BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Susan Whitworth has had a life-long calling to give-back. While living in Houston, Texas, she served as the Chair of the Board of Directors of the March of Dimes. She continues serve that charity today, via the Austin branch, by not only being on their Board but by serving as a past President. Also while in Houston, Susan previously served as the American Heart Association Houston Division Guild President. The nonprofit, Ronald McDonald House, is also near and dear to Susan. Having served on the Houston Board of Directors and the Executive Committee. Currently, Susan serves on the Austin Community Advisory Council for the Austin Ronald McDonald House. Susan was honored as a Women of Distinction in Houston.
A couple of years ago, Susan took a passionate interest in helping further CC4C's mission and vision. She firmly believes that the children that CC4C is helping are the future. She feels a calling to ensure that the lives of those battling rare and undiagnosed medical conditions are transformed, and filled with hope and healing.
Susan has a degree in Marketing & Merchandising from LIM, New York and is celebrated today for her impressive career working in the field in the realm of Fine Furniture.
Sudha grew up in Southern India and moved to Texas by way of California. She has a degree in business and accounting, as well as a long history of giving back to each community that has been lucky enough to have her. During the past 25 years, she has chaired multiple, successful, large-scale fundraising campaigns and events. In 2017, Sudha, her mother and her youngest son, all became involved with CC4C. In fact, her son serves on our Junior Board today. Sudha has also been instrumental in shaping the vision and organization of CC4C's Junior Board Program.
Suzanne is a graduate from Texas Christian University, a native of Louisiana and grew up in the shadow of Washington, D.C. Her career began in the television industry in Dallas, telling stories of the people and places which make Texas so unique. Earning a regional Emmy Award for her work, the production industry led her to Chicago, where she eventually traded producing television for teaching it in the non-profit and education sector in 1998. Public Access television was in its prime and a subsequent move to New York found her as Executive Director of an upstate station. After enjoying her four-year tenure as Head Coach of the local community college women’s basketball team while running the station, she headed back to Texas. Since arriving, she’s worked and led local non-profits around the state like Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and Children’s Miracle Network. Making the move to Austin, she took on the longest job title to date and served as the Executive Director of the Lake Travis Education Foundation and the Director of Corporate Development for LTISD. After leading the district in innovative ways to leverage partnerships and fundraising to provide support for students, she took on the role of leading Susan G. Komen Greater Central and East Texas. During her three and half year tenure she grew the local affiliate from serving 5 counties to 58 and impacting 5 million central and east Texans. Today she serves as the Chief Strategic Solutions & Programs Officer for Livestrong, leading mission and innovation efforts across the country.