Sue's interest and lifelong membership in Girl Scouts was cultivated by her mother who has spent over 50 years actively involved in the Girl Scouts. Sue herself started in Girl Scouts as a Brownie and graduated high school as a Senior Girl Scout. Sue attributes her successes over the years to the skills, confidence and opportunities being a Girl Scout help her develop. It is those same skills and opportunities she wants to help other young girls develop and experience. While in college Sue continued participating in Girl Scouts by working as a summer camp counselor and as an adult, Sue hosted a troop while living in Philadelphia and served as a troop leader while in North Carolina.
Today, Sue resides in Manchester, New Hampshire where she works as the Vice President of Strategy at Catholic Medical Center. In this position, Sue focuses on developing and executing organizational strategies as well as marketing, communications and philanthropic activities. Sue moved to New Hampshire from Naples, Florida where she lived for 10 years. There she worked for a healthcare system leading strategic planning retreats, implementing lean six sigma, and formulating numerous industry and competitive landscape analyses. She also spent a portion of her career as an independent consultant and management engineer in various healthcare organizations along the east coast. Sue has a Bachelors and Masters degree in Industrial Engineering and an MBA from Duke University. Sue believes her strengths and knowledge can help the Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains continue to bring rewarding opportunities and experiences to girls and adults throughout New Hampshire and Vermont.