Sue offers over thirty-five years of experience in the nonprofit sector primarily in the field of disabilities and homelessness. She is founder of a Pennsylvania nonprofit creating housing for adults with disabilities, an experience that allowed her to see the power in communities coming together to make change and impact people’s lives. She also opened the first Safe Haven in Connecticut, a program based on the model of “housing first” for chronically homeless adults. Sue returned to Massachusetts in 2005, working as a nonprofit consultant and completing her master’s degree in Public Administration at Suffolk University where she remains as Adjunct Faculty.
After volunteering with Family Promise Metrowest, she joined the staff as Executive Director in August 2014. She is honored to provide leadership to this growing organization, and is inspired daily by the families, staff, and an extraordinary community of people who care.