Since childhood, Sue has envisioned a world that is compassionate, inclusive and environmentally aware. This vision guided her throughout her schooling and a 25-year career in public policy.
Sue speaks about the history of Earth Day and its roots in toxics as well as how to activate your passion for the earth in a grassroots way.
Sue works as a speaker, educator, and environmental advocate with a focus on the environment and climate change. Her recent book is Advocating for the Environment, How to Gather Your Power and Take Action.
An activist herself, Sue teaches part time at several colleges and remains actively engaged in advocacy work, serving on board of Defend Our Health, the steering committee of the Pine Tree Amendment Coalition and the policy committee for OurPower. She holds a BA in Human Ecology from College of the Atlantic, and MBA from the University of New Hampshire.
You can reach Sue through her website: www.sueinches.com.
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