Sue has worked eight years for DatocWitten Group and has sole support responsibility for the company’s website, e-mail, security and collaboration platforms, and day to day technology support. Sue has supported the Fisher House Golf Classic since 2020 liaising with Foundation leadership and committee members on sponsorship, VIP participation and all tournament day details. She provides virtual and live event support for National Security Briefings conducted by the National Defense University Foundation.
Sue provided project oversight and daily counsel to Melwood’s fund development and event management teams. She was self-taught on their donor management/fundraising software, Raiser’s Edge, performing and managing data reconciliation efforts along with improving their gift and campaign reporting. Sue handled event timeline, logistics and invitation/RSVP management and seating for the 2022 Melwood Ability Awards and their 2021 Enriching Lives Breakfast.
Sue regularly collaborates on fundraising initiatives, prospect research and the designing of event materials for various clients including World War II Foundation, Congressional Medal of Honor Society, Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, Blue Star Families and Naval War College.
Technical proficiencies include platform support for Microsoft and Apple desktop and mobile devices, Outlook, Mac and iOS mail, Dropbox, Barracuda E-Mail Security, Constant Contact, Social Tables, WordPress, Microsoft Office, GoToWebinar, Zoom, Canva, EventBrite.
Prior to DatocWitten Group, Sue spent 26 years at Mobil Oil and ExxonMobil. She held numerous technical positions including programmer/analyst, technology procurement, LAN manager, senior technologist, and business support liaison. She also led the team responsible for the company’s internet and intranet websites.
Sue earned her undergraduate degree in Information Systems and Marketing from the University of Virginia. She lives in Reston, VA with her husband and two children.
FUN FACT: Sue is a sports and exercise fanatic. She was a coxswain for the Virginia Women’s and Men’s Rowing Team during her college years, and more recently coached house and travel softball for eight years. Sue and her son volunteer as Trail Patrols biking the W&OD trail.