As Executive Vice President, Sue works closely with Peter with regard to the underwriting and review of legal matters presented for funding. After receiving her Juris Doctorate from Hofstra University School of Law in 1979, Sue practiced law for 21 years, specializing in matrimonial law. In addition to her practice, she served as a Hearing Examiner in the Family Court, as an adjunct professor of law at Pace University Law School, Mediator for the Grievance Committee of the Ninth Judicial District of New York, President of the Putnam County Bar Association, and a member of various advisory and pro bono committees. In 1989, Sue authored “The Implications of the 1989 New York Child Support Standards Act”, published by Matthew Bender. She was a frequent speaker before legal and community organizations.
In 2000, Sue “retired” from the practice of law to be home with her children. During this time she became involved in volunteer work and fundraising for local charities. In 2008, she joined the RapidFunds® team.
Sue resides in Danbury, Connecticut. Her two beautiful children are now grown, but visit frequently. In addition to work, Sue sits on the board of a community organization that provides food, clothing and a variety of other services to persons in need. For multiple years, she has also chaired an annual fundraiser for this worthwhile cause. Her spare time is spent traveling, mountaineering, hiking, running and playing tennis.