Sue Anderson is an Accessibility Services Coordinator at SAIL, the Disability Network of the U.P. She works with state and federal agencies and other entities with the goal of creating an Absolutely Accessible U.P.—an Upper Peninsula where physical environments and services are barrier free.
Sue has lived in the U.P. for nearly 25 years and is a graduate of NMU’s teacher education program. She came to SAIL after working for Gwinn Schools as a special education teacher for about 15 years. Sue and her late husband, Eric, have two grown children Lydia and Aidan. In her free time, Sue enjoys spending time with friends and family, walking, practicing yoga, reading, researching her genealogy, and brushing her cats.