For more than 25 years, Sue has worked in corporate, government and nonprofit environments
using facilitation skills to design and measure processes, develop human resources
and improve organizational effectiveness. Sue is experienced in making meetings more
organized and collaborative, conducting training that is more transformative and
fun, and working with teams to assess how well their processes are working.
These skills were invaluable to Sue throughout a lifetime in community service as
a volunteer, board member and consultant, developing organizational systems and leading
fundraising efforts. As an employee, Sue worked in both corporate and government
grant making (with specialization in supporting the arts) and in environmental conservation
and waste management.
Sue is uniquely experienced to lead or administer your Corporate Social Responsibility
from a long history of engagement in the environmental, educational, arts and social
Sue holds a Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies degree focused in Organizational
Development from Texas State University. She is also a Certified Public Manager (CPM)
through the William Hobby Public Service Academy, now training others seeking the
CPM certification. Sue also is a National Endowment for the Arts Fellow and holds
a B.A. In Speech and Drama, enhancing her ability to connect with clients, customers
and students. Sue is a graduate of the Leadership Austin Essential Class 2010.