Sue Dorfman, Principal
Sue Dorfman is a seasoned public relations professional, photojournalist, radio reporter and educator. For more than 25 years, her ability to successfully connect with key journalists has resulted in placements in major national media print and broadcast outlets, online and in market-specific publications. Her belief in the importance of dialogue has led Sue to coordinate such campaigns as a speaking tour of a Palestinian and an Israeli doctor for Physicians for Human Rights; organize press events at such venues as the National Press Club and the Carter Center; and lead workshops on conflict resolution, human rights and media for social change. An intrepid traveler and photographer, she has documented social conditions in more than two-dozen countries. Her film on the importance of voting, Dying to Vote, was screened widely during the 2004 election cycle. She holds an MA in Law and Diplomacy from The Fletcher School at Tufts University, an MA in Social Economy/Social Policy from Boston College and a BA in Government from Oberlin College.