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  Sue Gresham  
Certified Social Trainer & Strategist
Innovative Client Solutions
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Sue Gresham is a Certified Social Trainer & Strategist, and owner of Innovative Client Solutions. She specializes in social media coaching, training and strategy design for business professionals and small to medium sized businesses. Sue hosts a number of training workshops on LinkedIn, Facebook, social media strategy, in-person networking skills and time management; and also teaches a LinkedIn class for the University of Wisconsin-Waukesha Continuing Education Department. She regularly leads social media workshops for S.C.O.R.E., and has spoken to many organizations including the Volunteer Managers Association, Apartment Association of SE WI, NAPO, various Rotary Clubs, Kiwanis, and many professional and job seeker networking groups. She has been a guest speaker for business classes at Marquette University, Carroll University, Cardinal Stitch University, Waukesha County Technical College, Work Force Development and the UWM Alumni Association.

Sue is a weekly radio guest Wednesdays on The WRJN Afternoon News program, 1400AM hosted by Ted Ehlen. She is also a member of the Wisconsin chapter of the National Speakers Association. In her spare time, Sue is the VP of communications for the Wisconsin southeastern chapter of National Society for Training and Development, and on the board of directors for 40Plus of southeastern Wisconsin.

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