Sue Rehmus is the founder of CHUMS. She was born and raised in St. Charles, Michigan earning her bachelor’s degree in Communication from Michigan State University and master’s degree in Communication and Multimedia from Saginaw Valley State University.
Sue worked for non-profit organizations including the American Lung Association and United Way before being recruited by General Motors where she led many complex communication initiatives in Michigan, Tennessee, Dubai, and South Africa in the 10 years she was with the company.
From 1995-2015, Sue served on the Board of Director’s member for the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) and made history becoming the first female chairman of the Board in the organization’s history.
Sue continues a prosperous career in corporate communication and lives in Atlanta, Georgia.