A native of Ireland, Susan is a freelance writer who has worked as a certified Activity Director, bringing the creative arts to mentally and physically disabled people, and as a health care marketing coordinator. A Cleveland State University grad, she is a contributing writer for Ancestry.com, eHow, About.com. and BlogHer.com and works on a fictional novel when time allows. When not hanging out with her kids, she likes to write and research about health care, politics, history, parenting and pop culture. A devout vegetarian of two decades, she enjoys tennis, good food and wine, swimming, traveling with her family to far off places, dating her husband, girl nights out, and loves documentaries, talk radio and occasional trash TV. She lives with her family in the Midwest.
It is said that information is our greatest commodity and I agree. Accessing information and research has taught me an understanding of our rights and responsibilities as women. We are our own best advocates and our own best line of defense with regard to our health, our well-being and to living our lives to the utmost.