Susie Reynolds Reece, comedically known as Southern Fried Asian (Korean-Arkansan style), is a published author, national speaker, and suicide prevention strategist and consultant.

Reece is currently the first and only Violence Prevention Coordinator for CHI St. Vincent Arkansas’ Network. She was a founding member and the first and only Chairperson of the Garland County Suicide Prevention Coalition (GCSPC). In 2017, GCSPC gained formal 501c3 nonprofit status under the guidance of Reece. She was named the Executive Director of the newly rebranded Suicide Prevention Allies (SPA).

Reece is no stranger to the desperate need for suicide prevention, having lost her father to suicide in early childhood and later having fought with major depression throughout her formative and adult years.

She is a certified instructor in an array of subjects and has taught hundreds of courses to a wide audience from inmates to Marine Generals at Marine Training Headquarters and everyone in between. Reece has presented, consulted, and spoken to hundreds of thousands all over the United States. She is a riveting speaker and mental health advocate who takes a difficult issue head on to help normalize the necessity of speaking out when times get tough.

Reece strives to raise awareness of the issues of suicide, interpersonal violence, mental health and substance use disorders. She acts as a social entrepreneur connecting and educating stakeholders on their unique roles and assets when dealing with the social issues within their communities. Reece has produced an array of content related to both mental health and substance abuse prevention. She holds countless certifications within the fields of coalition building and prevention with her focus area in the prevention of suicide. Reece’s varied professional experience in public relations, community non-profits, systemic improvements, training, education, networking, and writing provide the perfect foundation for building a strong and successful suicide prevention, social justice, or nonprofit movement.

Her first book, “The Children’s Guide to Parenting,” and latest release “The i’Mpossible Project: Lemonade Stand” are currently available on Amazon.

Thanks for dropping by. -SouthernFried Asian

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  1. Hi! I think maybe we should talk. We have at least one thing in common… seems that we both lost our father to suicide as a young child. My dad was a New York police officer who took his life when I was 8 yrs old. I would find the body. After many years of dealing with life the wrong way (drugs), I found my calling in the performing arts. I have been drug free for almost 8 years and have enjoyed success as an actor and Stunt performer in the New York television market. I recently completed production on my first SAG-AFTRA short film where in addition to co-directing, co-producing, Casting, and writing the script, I also played the lead role of my father.

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