Sue's background includes more than 25 years as an environmental professional and community leader.
She is currently the executive director of The Community Foundation for Cobb County, Georgia and also
serves as founder and coordinator for the Southeast Earth Institute, which is a "connecting place" for many of the
organizations, initiatives, programs and projects that are committed to an ecological spirituality.
Sue is a graduate of the Regional Leadership Institute, past-president of The Georgia Environmental Council
and co-founder of a local Land Trust. She has been an active Board member of many church and community organizations
and is a graduate of the College of Notre Dame of Maryland with a B.A. in English. At present, she is pursuing an M.A. in
Religion and Ecology at Loyola University in New Orleans.
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