Over the course of her 30-year career, Sue has seen and experienced a lot of workplace sexual harassment, and as a leader has taken responsibility for preventing it, and investigating and resolving it when it happens. She has seen, many times, how sexual harassment diminishes people’s opportunities and constrains their careers, and has been dismayed by its continued prevalence despite decades of societal efforts to combat it. That’s why she welcomed the honesty of the #MeToo movement and the opportunities Aftermetoo presents to directly support people who are being harassed. Sue is a nonprofit executive and former journalist who has worked with many organizations in the media, technology, nonprofit, advocacy, and human rights sectors. She used to run the Wikimedia Foundation, the U.S. based nonprofit that operates Wikipedia, and before that she ran CBC.CA, the English-language website of the CBC.