“I think the work we do is important because it enables kids to learn at their own pace and do the things they like to do. Kids are going to learn better if they’re interested in what they’re learning.”
Susan Borden joined the Nellie Mae Education Foundation in 1999.
Previously, Sue spent 27 years in various administrative support positions for Liberty Mutual Insurance Group in its Massachusetts offices. She has also worked as an Administrative Coordinator for a mental health case management firm and as Secretary for her church’s private Christian school.
Sue holds a certificate in American Sign Language and Deaf Studies from Northeastern University in Boston, is a registered Notary Public for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and is a member of the National Notary Association (NNA), the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP), and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). She serves as her church’s financial secretary, as a sign language interpreter for the deaf, and as a volunteer for Special Olympics Massachusetts, serving on the State Games Management Team for their Winter and Summer Games and August Sports Tournaments.