Her themed Thanksgiving dinners take months to plan. The first movie she helped shoot, edit and produce was played in a theatre for her parents’ 50th wedding anniversary. She was the captain of an A-1 doubles tennis team in Boston. And for 10 years, she served on the board of Thomas College and now sits on the board of The World Ocean School, educating underserved and first-generation students on land and sea.
So Sue is a people person. Sure. Like Beyoncé is a performer.
“Bringing people together to do great things and help them live into their creative selves — that’s what I love doing,” she says. Though she started in advertising, she migrated to consulting until McKinney called. “I bring experience working with many different industries back into the industry I first fell in love with,” Sue explains. “And I get to do it at an agency where creativity is valued in every department and the people feel like home. It’s my kind of place.”