Sue Bohle has helped many companies grow from start-up to the Fortune 500. The Bohle Company was Microsoft's first PR agency. She also launched Epson America, handling all marketing and corporate PR work for eight years, and steered Packard Bell's PR for nine years, from the time the company was $10 million in sales to over $5 billion. She has worked for Eastman Kodak for 27 years.
More than a decade ago, Sue was elected to the College of Fellows, an honor bestowed on less than one percent of all PR professionals. She later served as chair of this organization, one of the few women to hold that honor.
In 1999, Sue was named one of the "Top 50 Top Women in PR" by PR Week magazine.
Sue currently serves on the National Board of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), the dominant professional organization in the public relations field, internationally.
Sue is a past chairman of the Counselors Academy, a national organization of heads of agencies; she was also the Counselors Academy's representative to International Communications Organization (ICO), a global standard-setting council made up of one public relations association from each country; and past president of the Los Angeles Chapter, PRSA, where she was named Outstanding Professional two decades ago.
Sue holds both a bachelor's and master's degree from Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University. In 1997, she was named a Charter Member of the Medill School of Journalism's Hall of Achievement, honoring less than 100 alumni who have become leaders in their fields.