Suzi Nash

Suzi Nash
Artistic and Programming Director

As a woman who self describes as a bi-racial, female, left-handed lesbian, Suzi Nash has always used her unique perspective as a quadruple minority to build bridges and understanding. A producer, director, musician and columnist, and the recipient of the Philly Black Gay Pride award in Media and the prestigious Leeway grant, Nash has been in the entertainment field for over 25 years.

Nash got her start in children’s television as the Associate Producer of the Bozo the Clown Show on WGBS TV in Philadelphia. Aside from her producing duties, Suzi was seen on air as “The Ringmaster”. A Jill of all trades, she also released an album of children’s songs called Rainbow Sprinkles for children of non-traditional families. Her award winning short film, “Uncle Mike” based on one of the songs from the CD, played in film festivals both in the USA and Internationally.

Since 2005 she has written “Portraits”, a popular weekly column for the Philadelphia Gay News, one of the nations oldest and largest LGBTQ newspapers in the country.

Over the past 15 years Nash has been a judge and programmer for the Philadelphia International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, Qfest and qFLIX Philadelphia. She brings that expertise to her role as Director of Programming for The Women’s Film Festival (TWFF). She is excited to launch the latest project, Three Left-Handed Women, with two key members of TWFF.