At CLS Strategies, Su combines her years of work in the non-profit sphere with her digital skills to help clients navigate reputational and regulatory challenges in the financial and tech sphere.
Prior to CLS, Su worked for The Georgetown Firm, where she helped senior consultants develop marketing plans for public and private sector clients. Throughout her undergraduate career, she interned at various international non-profits, including The International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children, The Brookings Institution and Lautman Maska Neill and Company as a digital communications intern. In these roles, she conducted research and developed marketing plans to help non-profit clients succeed using social media.
Su also had the pleasure of studying abroad in Wellington, New Zealand and has traveled extensively throughout her life. During her senior year, Su developed a thesis discussion that examined the relationship between social media and political movements in the Middle East during the Arab Spring.
Su is a Philadelphia native who has grown to call Washington, D.C. home throughout her academic and professional career. Su graduated in December 2017 from American University in Washington, D.C. with a degree in International Relations and Communications.