Susan is a political activist and currently serves as a Communication and Public Affairs Consultant for Jacobson Strategic Communications. She enjoys biking, reading, traveling, and volunteering in her spare time. Susan champions women's causes, and volunteers her time as a board member with several organizations: Bryn Mawr Hospital Women's Board, Represent PA, and Hope Partnership Development. Susan truly embodies what it means to be a Project W Member!
What inspired you to join Project W?
Having grown up in Haverford Township, I have an affinity for Delaware County! My entire life my parents were involved in township and county politics, and the community in general, and I often tagged along. I feel like I know the county so well- its strengths and challenges. Project W's mission of "committing to enhancing and improving the quality of life for women in Delaware County, through collective giving, by women," spoke to me. I see Project W as an organization that provides an opportunity for members to give back and make an impact. (And of course Lauren's outreach phone call to me was so inspiring and compelling, I had to join!)
Anything that you want to share as the new Membership Chairperson?
I'm hoping we can inspire other women to see the benefits of joining a giving circle that supports and helps programs in our local community, Delaware County. I think people are looking for ways to help their community at this juncture and Project W provides just this. Members can select their level of involvement- perfect for busy women.
The hottest places in hell are reserved for those who, in times of great moral crisis, maintain their neutrality. (attributed to Dante )
Favorite Thanksgiving tradition?
Gathering with family and seeing my adult children's friends who are home visiting their families for Thanksgiving.
Ran Bill Clinton’s field campaign for SE PA in 1992 and served in his administration as Regional Administrator of the SBA.