imbued with, the true spirit of "Miss Lou"...

Dr. Susan Lycett Davis (known affectionately and throughout S.Florida cultural and literary circles, as “Dr.Sue”) is a talented young artist, who writes and is imbued with, the true spirit of the late Hon. Louise Bennett-Coverley -“Miss Lou” She continues to grow and enrich the literary landscape with her insightful and humorous interpretation of the Jamaican culture and we congratulate her on the launch of her new book -“I am Jamaica”
— Norma Darby – Jamaica Folk Revue
 

heartwarming and nostalgic...

Your poetry...Heartwarming and Nostalgic...your performance and emceeing...Exemplary of Jamaican Culture and a Caribbean Flare...
— Kiwanis of Greater Sunrise...President Elect...
 

emotional and provocative...

Dr Sue’s pieces are emotional and provocative in a powerful original way. She bares her soul in the process and makes no presumption of being master, but rather, assumes the position of scholar of her role model, Miss Lou. She does it in style, dancing and singing from line to line with a ‘riddin’ that is infectious. Dr. Sue’s collection is a welcomed addition to the island language genre.
— Malachi Smith Award-winning Caribbean Author/Poet, USA
 

portrait of an educator...

Dr. Susan Davis, also affectionately called Auntie Susan by many children in Uganda, believes strongly in education for all.  She not only has made education her career/profession but she also sees it as a calling.  I have watched her extend her passion for education to children across the sea in Uganda. She supports them financially through sponsorship, putting her money where her mouth is. Mentors them consistently by keeping in touch and encouraging them. She is indeed these students’ biggest cheerleader! I have had the honor of watching Susan front-row invest personally in the lives of others through her passion for education.

Much love to you dear sister for your heart for the Lord and education!
— Cyrus Mad-Bondo Vice President - Africa Chief Strategist - World Help