Sue has over 30 years’ experience in the design and management of workplace fitness and health promotion programs. She has worked with many of Canada’s leading organizations including Canada Life Assurance, Invesco, Labatt, Kellogg Canada, STAPLES Canada, Autoliv, Aviva Canada, DuPont, Roche Canada and GWL Realty Advisors to name a few.
Sue received a Bachelor’s degree in Physical and Health Education and a Master’s in Adult Education from the University of Toronto.
Sue is involved in the day to day operations of the company including business development, strategic planning and consulting, fitness facility design, and providing support to Tri Fit’s clients and professional team. She has consulted with numerous organizations to develop a business case for a healthy workplace strategy and has worked with many of these organizations through to successful project implementation.
Sue speaks regularly on the topic of promoting a healthy workplace and has authored numerous articles for The Globe and Mail, Benefits and Pensions Monitor, HR Reporter, Employee Benefit News Canada and Benefits Canada.
Over the years she has been committed to the development and promotion of healthy workplaces through her work with the Conference Board of Canada and the National Quality Institute.
Sue is committed to wellness personally and professionally. She is an avid cyclist, runner, skier and tennis player. She has been an active participant in numerous fitness and fund raising events including being a five-time participant in the Ride to Conquer Cancer, a 200 km ride supporting the Princess Margaret Hospital.
Sue has received National recognition for her contribution to the field of workplace wellness. In 2001 she was honored at the Health Work and Wellness Conference in Calgary as a pioneer for her leadership and contribution to the field of fitness and wellness in Canada.