Susan Emma Owens Breakefield FultonPosted on
Susan co-founded FBB in 1989 as a fee-only investment management firm. Under Susan’s leadership, FBB was recognized for excellence as one of the top 25 “Up and Coming” investment management firms nationwide by Forbes Magazine in October 2008 and more recently named by the Financial Times to the FT Top 300 for six of the past seven years.
A regular commentator on CNBC and Fox Business Network, Susan has frequently addressed Washington area organizations about investing, philanthropy, and business leadership. Susan has been quoted in Business Week, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post on numerous occasions.
In 1999, Susan endowed a memorial to her husband, the Richard Alsina Fulton Center for Sustainable Living, a 50-acre farm for hands-on education regarding environmental issues and solutions.
Active and passionate about her interests, Susan has served on the boards of Wilson College, her alma mater, and Heifer International.
An Army brat, Susan calls DC home having lived there as a toddler and returned to graduate from Western High School (now Duke Ellington) in 1957. She has been a member of the Washington business community since 1964.