Meet Sue Ehinger
Sue Ehinger is an accomplished professional with a vast array of experience from working as a nuclear medicine technologist to President of Parkview Health & Affiliates. Sue dedicated 25 years of service to the community through Parkview Health until her retirement from the role of Chief Experience Officer in January 2019. Sue is currently serving as the Interim President & CEO for United Way of Allen County.
Sue’s commitment to improving our community is evidenced by her dedication to United Way of Allen County. A longtime donor, Sue recalls the start of her donor journey during her time at St. Joseph’s Hospital in 1974. She attributes her commitment to philanthropy to her father, as this was a practice that he showed her at a very young age. During her many years of volunteerism through United Way Sue steps in and raises her hand to fill various volunteer roles including being a member of the Capital Campaign Committee, Chair of the Community Impact Committee, Vice Chair, and now as Chairwoman of the Board of Directors.
Sue’s volunteerism reaches beyond these heights as she participates annually in United Way of Allen County’s Day of Caring, a volunteer event with projects located around Allen County for a day of giving back to your community, showing her support for over 20 years. Sue is a member and avid supporter of Women United, an affinity group of United Way of Allen County. These women are on a mission to significantly improve the quality of life for children in Allen County by ensuring their readiness for Kindergarten.
The mission of United Way and the work the organization does run deep through Sue. As United Way fights for 1 in 4 households who are working hard but struggling to survive, this organization becomes the voice for those most vulnerable in our community – one reason why Sue believes so strongly in this fight for our community. Sue explains “United Way understands our community, fights for those who don’t have a voice, and strengthens our community so individuals and families have hope to live to their potential”.
Sue works hard in Allen County every day because she believes we a community that cares about the health and well-being of everyone. When our community is the very best version of themselves, that is how an entire community succeeds.
Thank you, Sue, for your continued commitment to the individuals of Allen County and the mission of United Way.
GIVE | Invest in United Way’s mission and fight for families that are working paycheck-to-paycheck.
ADVOCATE | Lend your voice to break down barriers for your neighbors in Allen County.
VOLUNTEER | Make a difference by volunteering for your community.