Sue joined the MAHO Board of Directors two years ago because she wanted to do what she can to help create more accessible communities. To Sue, “accessibility for all” is far-reaching because it is important in both private and public spheres. More importantly, accessibility should be a guaranteed right for everyone! In her time as a Board member, she has realized how important education and awareness are to increasing accessibility.
Sue lives in Cleveland Heights and is a retired special education teacher. Her favorite thing about Cleveland Heights and the surrounding area is just how much there is to do! From the museums to the restaurants, she likes to explore. Sue is very active in her neighborhood and loves to travel when she has the chance.