Sue is a native Vermonter from Highgate Center, who now lives at the edge of the Adirondacks in Clinton County, New York. She holds degrees in Environmental Technology through Clinton Community College and Environmental Management and Planning at the State University of New York.
Sue spent many years with Vermont Fish and Wildlife, starting as the Franklin/Grand Isle representative on the Fish and Wildlife Board, then as Special Assistant to the Commissioner. She has been part of the environmental remediation team working on the western shores of Lake Champlain in coal tar and black ash cleanup, and has developed protocol and presented microplastic research with the State University of New York at Plattsburgh.
She is 17-year Weigh Captain for the LCI Father’s Day Fishing Derby, volunteers for many outdoor education groups, including both Vermont and New York Hunter Education programs, is a founding member of the Vermont Guide Association’s Doe Camp program, and currently is a volunteer instructor with the New York State Becoming an Outdoors Woman program.
In her free time, Sue and her husband raise grass-fed beef and are small-scale sugarmakers.