Suzan is a true international publisher. She started her career at Warner Chappell in Paris, France, where she signed the Swedish pop band Ace of Base.
In 1996 Suzan was hired by the prestigious English boutique company Hit&Run Music, to work in their New York office. In 1997 she was transferred to Los Angeles where she was instrumental in developing the career of songwriter Shelly Peiken
(What a Girl Wants, Christina Aguilera - Almost Doesn’t Count, Brandy - Who You Are, Jessie J….).
In 2003, while at BMG Music Publishing she introduced songwriters Wally Gagel and Xandy Barry who are now the production team WAX ltd
(Family of the Year, Zella Day, Muse, Redlight King…). In 2010, during her first year at the newly formed BMG Rights Management, she worked with songwriters busbee
(Pink’s ”Try”), David Gamson
(Kelly Clarkson’s “Stronger”), Jean Baptiste (Black Eyed Peas, Chris Brown), Jonas Jeberg
(Demi Lovato, Pussy Cat Dolls)…
Suzan started Songwriters Rendezvous with Suzan Koc in 2008, she has been grooming numerous songwriters, including MILCK, the voice of the 2017 Women's March, who, after going viral with her song "Quiet" (15 million views in 48 hours), signed with Atlantic Records.
Suzan is determined to keep her ears fresh and stay in tune with the changes. Her approach to music is of a true art lover.
She currently teaches Music Publishing and other songwriting related classes at both the prestigious Musician’s Institute in Hollywood and UCLA Extension.