100 Years of Radio
Sep 29, 2021
Susy Schultz
100 Years of Radio

Susy Schultz is an American journalist, educator and social advocate. She currently is executive director of the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago. She formerly was president of the Public Narrative in Chicago.[1]

She was recently named one of the "most powerful women in Chicago journalism" by the media critic of the Chicago Tribune.

Schultz, after an early stint at the City News Bureau of Chicago, joined the Chicago Sun-Times in 1984, where for 14 years she covered a wide range of stories, earning a number of awards including a Pulitzer Prize nomination.