Connecticut Conference Chair
Sue is a 2006 Graduate from Branford Career Institute and is Board Certified. Before becoming a massage therapist she worked full time as a hairdresser/manager for 18 years. She joined AMTA as a student member, becoming a Professional member after getting her licensure in 2006. Sue is a lifelong learner after pursuing her massage career. Volunteering is a big part of that learning; she is a member of and trained for the Sport Massage team, CSMT team and Emergency Division team. She also volunteered her time coordinating and participating in National Massage Therapy Awareness Week. Learning about the House of Delegates intrigued her so she pursued what she needed to do to become a Delegate/Alternate and then went on to be Lead Delegate going to National Conference to represent the CT Chapter for the House of Delegates. Sue also help to raise monies for the Massage Therapy Foundation serving on the outreach committee. She enjoys being a part of the chapter leadership where she has served on the board as 1st VP, CSMT Coordinator/chair and now as the CT Conference Chair.
Sue has a full time practice in Hebron, providing table and chair massage. She enjoys providing chair massage at local events and corporate offices.
She has been married for 30 years to her wonderful husband and has 4 children. Sue was on the BOD for the Windham Chamber of Commerce and the Parish Council at her church. Sue enjoyed organizing and overseeing the church tag sale for the last 7 years which raised monies for church improvement, the needy and for scholarships for the parish children. She believes that we all lead very busy lives and that we need to remember to take the time to give back to ourselves. She also believes that her success comes from treating people the way she would expect to be treated and nothing less.