Suzanne Hildebrand is a member of the Mission-Alamo Lodge. Her Hermann Sons Life experience includes service since 2001 working with corporate counsel.
She has devoted much of her time to three important causes - founding the first Mothers Against Drunk Drivers Chapter in Texas, bringing San Antonio hospitals into compliance with stroke certification protocols nationwide, and support for law enforcement.
She was appointed by Governor Bill Clements to serve on the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education. She was appointed, and reappointed, by Governor Rick Perry to the Texas Council on Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke. In 2020, she was appointed by Governor Greg Abbott as Chair of the Texas Council on Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke, being the first non-doctor and first woman ever appointed to that position.
She also served on the Baptist Health System Patient Advisory Board and was instrumental in getting Stroke Support Groups set up at University Hospital and Baptist Hospitals.
She lives in Live Oak, a suburb of San Antonio, where she formerly served on the City Council.