Susan became executive director of WRC on January 1, 2014. Her passion is coaching women to see their own potential and finding the tools they need to achieve it.
Susan is a graduate of the Leadership Institute of Impact Alamance and Leadership Alamance. She serves on the board of the Rotary Club of Alamance and is an active member of the Women’s Professional Forum in Greensboro. Susan has served on the Board of Directors for the Women’s Resource Center in Greensboro. She has served on the executive committee of United Way of Alamance County Community Council as well as the planning committee for the annual Women’s Symposium through the Alamance Chamber. Her volunteer work with United Way of Greater Greensboro focused on community engagement through service on the Women’s Leadership Planning Committee. Susan holds a B.S. in Women’s Gender Studies from UNC-G. She has 13 years experience as a licensed insurance professional with Northwestern Mutual, skilled in operations management and coaching of new financial representatives.
She is the proud mom of one daughter, two sons and three grandchildren. Her spare time is filled as a beachcomber, reader, labyrinth walker and enjoying off the beaten path traveling.
Client Resource Counselor
The quote she chooses to live into:
“Once social change begins, you cannot uneducate the person who has learned to read. You cannot humiliate a person who feels pride, and you cannot oppress the people who are not afraid anymore.” —from “Lessons of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.” speech by César Chávez, January 12,1990
Community Outreach Coordinator
Kate Meyer is a detail-oriented team leader with over 20 years of management experience. Kate started a retail career after graduating from Meredith College with a Bachelor’s Degree, and quickly advanced to the position of assistant manager. After a short time, Kate was offered the position of Manager, a position which she excelled for over 10 years. While holding the manager’s position Kate’s store experienced five consecutive years of positive growth compared to the previous year, doubled net sales based on store traffic and she coached the development of six employees into management roles. Throughout her career Kate’s been a leader not only in her own store, but in district roles, assisting her district manager in special projects including coordinating district meetings where she often provided support in logistics, location, food services, and team-building activities. Kate’s driving force is not just her eye for detail but her desire to excel by providing dedicated leadership to her team and complete customer satisfaction. As a child of a creative parent, Kate enjoys spending her spare time as an amateur photographer, home decorator and back-yard gardener.