Susan Hackett is a Program Coordinator at the Women’s Business Development Council (WBDC). She is responsible for coordinating and implementing key programs and services throughout the Eastern region and in WBDC’s virtual classroom. Programs she oversees include WBDC & AARP’s Work For Yourself @ 50+, Academy for Small Business, and development of WBDC’s eLearning Library. Additionally, Ms. Hackett coordinates outreach, promotion, and facilitation in achieving program impact.
Ms. Hackett has an extensive background in administration. Her experience ranges from family business operations to Fortune 100 companies. Susan is adept at workflow design and process implementation, integrating future-oriented strategy. In addition, she brings a background of specializing in data and knowledge management, e-communications, and process improvement especially related to technology. Most recently she has added editing and post-production of video to her portfolio. Clients will find her in an active and supportive role in helping their businesses emerge and flourish. She is dedicated to empowering women in their desire to accomplish their business goals.
Ms. Hackett is a graduate of Emerson College with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts. Since that formal study, she has cultivated naturally adjacent skills including performing, directing, creative writing, and public speaking. Outside of WBDC, Susan enjoys a nice cup of tea, photo-documenting her view of the world, serving as a museum docent, and creating masterpieces with fabric.
Susan is available for virtual appointments with individuals from Eastern Connecticut getting started with WBDC. To schedule a session today, contact Susan at email@example.com or 203-353-1750 xt. 116