Susan Ruth began her career as a performing artist and songwriter in Seattle, Washington, where she garnered multiple performances, and writing awards for her albums how to say goodbye and Surfacing to Breathe, and served on the NARAS (Recording Academy - The Grammy people) Board of Governors as a Songwriter Governor. In 2006, she moved to Nashville, Tennessee, penning songs in multiple genres, including pop, country, rock, AC and Euro-dance for artists such as Reba McEntire, Lonestar, Erdem Kinay, O'Shea and The United, among others.
In 2014, she released her album All I Ever Wanted Was Everything. Susan’s songs have been featured in motion pictures, including Life on the Line and After Life, as well as in the television series MTV's Road Rules and Real World. In July of 2016, Susan founded and began hosting the human interest, purpose-driven, award-winning Hey Human podcast. It has since gained momentum and worldwide attention for its open-minded conversations ranging in topics from science, technology, religion, art, economics and politics to humanism, philosophy, gender and race.
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Websites: susanruth.com / heyhumanpodcast.com