Sue oversees all accounting functions, including bookkeeping for the individual development projects and their affiliated companies. Trained as a CPA, she holds integrity, accuracy, and adherence to good accounting practices as integral parts of the fiduciary responsibility.
Having joined project^ shortly after its inception, Sue views her role as being that of a facilitator. Working with all members of the team, she strives to keep the accounting aspects of each project flowing smoothly and accurately, as well as providing timely reporting to help see the projects through from inception to completion and beyond into managed holdings for investors.
Previously, Sue worked as a licensed CPA for a multi-national accounting firm, with audit experience on a wide variety of companies, from small start-ups to a Fortune 500 forest products company to the banking industry. After leaving to focus on being a stay-at-home mom, she re-entered the workforce by starting her own bookkeeping service.
Throughout the years, Sue has used her accounting and other skills to volunteer at several nonprofit organizations. She has a particular heart for children in crisis and the under-served.