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Prior to her appointment as publisher of the Statesman in 2012, Susie was Executive VP and General Manager for USA TODAY, where she was responsible for editorial and business functions and strategic direction for Gannett’s flagship brand. Additionally, she held senior executive positions at Detroit Media Partnership, including CEO, where she led the strategic transition of Detroit’s two metro dailies. Susie began her media career in 1984 when she joined the Arkansas Gazette as VP and Director of Marketing and led the marketing effort to take the Gazette from a privately held operation to corporate ownership by Gannett. In Austin, Susie serves on the board of directors for Downtown Austin Alliance and as vice chair for Make-A-Wish Central and South Texas Chapter. She also serves on the executive committee as Vice Chair of Communications for the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce and is a past member of the Executive Leadership Team for the 2014 Austin Heart Walk, a major fundraising initiative for the American Heart Association. Susie also serves on the international board for the International News Media Association. She was named Texas Business Woman of the Year by the Texas Women’s Chamber of Commerce in 2015.