- In 2011, she played a key role on the Feasibility Study Board that founded and started Cristo Rey of Atlanta.
- As founder of the Early Learning Center at Marist in 2008, she developed and led an infant to preschool program for the faculty and staff.
- As volunteer founder and director of Camp Awareness in 1996, she created a camp experience program for children with autism.
- Sue is trained in sustainability, and she brought the Green Cup Challenge to Atlanta in 1998, a high school competition for lowering the use of electricity each year.
- She is also a trained facilitator on Positive Discipline by Jane Nelson and has led several parenting classes.
- She is also the Director and Founder of the Mustard Tree Foundation in Atlanta that serves children in addiction with scholarships for rehabilitation programs.
A strong believer in giving back to the local community, she has served on many Boards. She is married to her husband Michael and has two sons, Sean and Zach.