Sue Suh is TIME’s Chief People Officer and oversees recruiting and human resources.
Sue has spent most of the past decade at one of the world’s largest private philanthropies, the Rockefeller Foundation, whose mission is to bring people around the globe to try and solve the world’s most challenging problems. Her roles at Rockefeller include four years as Chief Talent Officer, leading recruitment and talent development at Rockefeller’s offices around the globe. She has also served as a Managing Director of its Bellagio Center programming in Italy, which brings together thought leaders, scholars, artists and policy makers; director of employee services and facilities; interim director of the Asia office; and director of the president’s office under former Rockefeller president Judith Rodin.
Prior to Rockefeller, Sue spent five years in a variety of roles at the U.S. Departments of State and Defense in Washington, New York, and Tripoli, Libya, including a two-year stint at the U.S. Mission to the UN. She is a graduate of Princeton and has a Master’s in political science from Columbia.
A champion for diversity and inclusion, Sue is on the board of the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, the Classical Theatre of Harlem and Special Olympics Asia-Pacific. She was a Fulbright Scholar in South Korea and a Presidential Management Fellow.
Articles, Publications, and Appearances
‘Success Is Not a Solo Sport.’ How Workplaces Can Better Support Women of Color (TIME, December 2019)
Sue Suh (What Fuels You Podcast)
From Athlete To Advocate With World Champions Megan Rapinoe And Ibtihaj Muhammad (Salesforce)