Meet a Member: Spotlight on PRO's Sue Hannan
Meet a Member
The success of Chapter 293 has always depended greatly upon the talent and commitment of its members and leaders.
In this issue, we briefly spotlight the valued contributions of Chapter 293 Steward Sue Hannan.
Originally from New Jersey before moving to California in 1972, Sue has served as an Enforcement staff attorney in the Pacific Regional Office since March of 2000.
She is also a member of the SEC Women's Committee.
She has a B.A. in psychology from Rutgers University, an M.Ed. from Rutgers Graduate School of Education, and a J.D. from Loyola.
After working for many years as an attorney specializing in insurance defense litigation, she was drawn to a career at the SEC as a result of her strong interest in investing and her desire to help advance the agency's mission of protecting investors.
Sue has greatly enjoyed her work for the Enforcement Division, which she has found to be highly rewarding.
Just this year, she
worked on the successful trial team that won a federal district court trial against Emvest Mortgage Fund, LLC
, Emvest, Inc.
, and Milon Lyle Brock.
Sue became a member of Chapter 293 as soon as SEC employees voted it into existence in the summer of 2000.
She found the decision to join NTEU to be an easy one.
"To me, it was a no-brainer," she
Sue has served as a Steward at the PRO from Chapter 293's inception.
In that capacity, she
has represented a number of employees in various difficult situations, including disciplinary actions.
She is a strong advocate for utilizing mediation to resolve disputes and to repair damaged communications, and she has been able to bring that philosophy to her work on behalf of the union in a way that has been mutually beneficial to both managers and employees.
personal life, Sue
takes full advantage of the excellent work/life balance that her
career at the SEC
enjoys a broad range of outdoor activities in California, including hiking, skiing and golf.
is also an avid reader and she