former college professor,
has been in love with the power of story
since she began to read.
As a child she literally devoured
books, magazines, plays,
anything she could get her hands on.
The library was her go-to place.
As an adult she has been practicing
in the intuitive, healing and
performing arts for nearly forty years.
Four-and-a-half of those years
were spent in New York City
helping infants and children
with disabilities. A highlight of those
years included a fifteen-day medical
mission to Romania to teach
the healing art of infant massage.
Sue loves to write and storytell from
these unique experiences and others.
A veteran of stage, theater, improvisation,
film, radio and television, Sue especially
loves the power of true, personal stories
and feels privileged to have had many adventures (as well as misadventures)
from which to cultivate her favorites.
As a contributing author,
she documented a snapshot of
one of these adventures
in the highly acclaimed Amazon bestseller,
A Juicy Joyful Life, Inspiration From Women Who've Found the Sweetness in Every Day.
Still working full time as
a self-employed massage therapist,
Sue manages to find the time to write
and storytell from the heart,
as well as offer improvisation workshops
in schools, retreats, and private settings.
Sue is a member in good standing
of several storytelling organizations