Meet Suzanne Horter!

Suzanne is a Help Desk Coordinator at CATS Technology Solutions Group.   She was born in Elizabeth, NJ and spent her childhood growing up in Roselle, NJ.  She earned her certification for Help Desk and Information Systems at Cittone Institute, which is now known as Lincoln Tech.


Suzanne’s interest in technology began at a young age.  Her father was an engineer and wrote programs for Commodore during her childhood.  He taught her a lot about computers and IT in general, and that interest has continued into her adulthood.


Suzanne loves all types of music, and her hobbies include playing piano, guitar, and singing.  She also enjoys practicing Reiki and became a master several years ago.  In the future, she is looking forward to everything starting to re-open and being able to see friends and family safely when the pandemic has diminished!


Fun Facts About Suzanne:

  1. I have 4 children who keep me busy!
  2. I have done voice-acting in the past

About CATS Technology

CATS Technology is a complete technology solutions provider, dedicated to providing solutions that will streamline operations, enhance productivity and drive innovation for businesses of all sizes. Our professionally trained and certified IT experts empower our clients to leverage the full potential of their IT investments to stay ahead of today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape. 

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