Professional Information
A. Sue
Program Director
Diabetes America
Hospital & Health Care
Education, Honors & Awards
Northern Illinois University
nutrition (1975)
Northern Illinois University
Nutrition (1984)
Personal Information
United States
Obesity Coalition; St. Mark's United Methodist Church; American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery
Biking; Gardening
More than 25 years
program development, health coach, diet counseling, process improvement, analytical, behavior change specialist, writer
A. Sue Thompson is the Program Director for Diabetes America. She is an accomplished healthcare professional with extensive experience in the clinical and business operations of weight management, obesity treatment and health behavior change. She also has extensive experience with start up operations, program development, and process analytics/improvement. Her mission is to develop and offer services that provide clients with an effective way to improve their health and enhance their lifestyle and that of their families. Sue has 30 years of experience Health, Nutrition and Quality of life. She has been with Diabetes America for 1 year and previously worked for Reddy Clinic for 4 years. She is the program director for weight management and life coaching for 13 Clinics in Houston, Dallas, and the San Antonio areas. Sue has been written up in Otolaryngology of North America, and the Urology Journal, when not working she donates to the food Pantry and enjoys biking and gardening.
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Hospital; Healthcare Management; Nutrition; Weight Management; Client Management; Project Management; Public Speaking; Healthcare Development; Clinical Management; Program Development; New Business Development; Leadership; Executive Operational Management; Healthcare Advisement; Consulting; Life Coaching
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