Introducing Our MTFRW President

Published on 01/01/24

MTFRW President Suzzann Nordwick

President Suzzann Nordwick

Our elected MTFRW president, Suzzann Nordwick, is a life-long citizen volunteer, who has spent the past two decades focused on helping reestablish America’s founding principles within our party platform with the goal to return our government to, We the People. As an engineer with valuable real-world problem-solving experience, Suzzann offers a practical common-sense approach when guiding our membership within the political arena.

Suzzann has been on MFTRW’s Executive Board since 2016, serving two terms as 1st Vice President, one term as 3rd VP, and one term as Secretary. During this time, she also actively participated in our Biennial Conventions (Miles City 2017, Lewistown 2019, Helena 2021, and Anaconda 2023). Suzzann plans to attend the National Federation of Republican Women’s 43rd Biennial Convention in Orlando; and she did attend NFRW 39th Biennial in Philadelphia and NFRW 42nd Biennial in Oklahoma City.

An America First Republican, Suzzann has well worn Make America Great Again hats in every color. She has been proud to stand strong with Donald J Trump since 2015, including as a Montana Delegate to the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Suzzann was also at President Trump’s infamous January 6th speech in Washington D.C.. after which she peacefully and patriotically protested the results of the 2020 presidential election.

Suzzann has deep Montana roots, with extended family all over the state. Her material family settled in the Powder River valley and her paternal family homesteaded near Homestead. Suzzann loves the grandeur of our mountains and the vastness of our plains. She has called many Montana communities’ home, including Great Falls, Bozeman, and Butte. A 5th-generation Montanan, who has been married to her college sweetheart for over 30 years, Suzzann proudly inherited an optimistic pioneering spirit, which she passed on to her two daughters along with beliefs in individual liberty, personal responsibility, and that rewards come from hard work.