Sue serves on the board of the PCDH19 Alliance. Her interest in supporting families fight this disease and find a cure for this form of epilepsy came when her daughter was diagnosed with it in 2012. Her career background is in Learning and Development where she focuses on designing education around professional and leadership development.
She has an elementary eduction degree along with a masters degree in instructional design.
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