Susan S. Elliott founded SSE in 1966 in the midst of a decade that was known for innovative technology, but not for women leaders in the field. Throughout the early stages of SSE’s growth, Susan used the technology expertise and programming knowledge she had gained working at IBM as an Advisory Systems Engineer, and nurtured her leading-edge business to be one of the largest Information Technology Solution Providers in the St. Louis area.
Susan holds an AB degree from Smith College. She has served as chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and on numerous boards of local and national organizations, including as a charter member of the Regional Business Council (RBC), the St. Louis Regional Chamber and Growth Association (RCGA), Webster University, the St. Louis Zoological Foundation and the Visiting Nurse Association. She was an original commissioner on the Missouri Lottery Commission and currently serves on the board of the St. Louis Science Center.
Susan recently authored a book called Across the Divide: Navigating the Digital Revolution as a Woman, Entrepreneur, and CEO.
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