Overcoming Mediocrity - Volume V

RESILIENT WOMEN - These stories are meant to inspire and encourage women to realize their true potential.

 

 

 

 

Michelle L. Sutter

Michelle was raised in western New York, braving the snow and cold for the first 30 years of her life, before settling in Atlanta, GA with her husband, Rick and children, Lyndsey and Christopher. She currently serves as the Sr. Vice President of Employee Benefit Consulting. With her background in healthcare consulting, she uses this platform to educate her clients and their employees and anyone she meets, on how to best navigate today’s healthcare system. Michelle shares her personal health story as a way to forge a personal connection and to emphasize the importance of preventive care, wellness and consumer advocacy. Since her diagnosis in 2012 of a rare disease, Michelle has worked to champion the cause that relates to Hereditary Cancers and Rare Diseases.

You can connect with Michelle via email at: SutterMum@gmail.com or, follow “SutterMum” on Facebook & Instagram. If you are looking to network in the Atlanta market, Michelle invites you to join the Gwinnett Women’s Small Business Collective (GWSBC) that she serves as moderator for via www.MeetUp.com

Fun Fact about Michelle: she collects Santas, with currently over 350 in her collection, and most years has between 9 to 13 fully decorated trees in her home. Perhaps being born on St. Nicholas Day had an impact!

 

Michelle L. Sutter
SutterMum@gmail.com

 

 


Recalculating: Life’s GPS

Michelle shares her captivating story of an unexpected, rare, medical diagnosis that she and her daughter received back in 2012. Michelle relives her journey with the reader, mapping out the lessons she learned along the way, the lists she makes and, provides a heartfelt call to action for herself and others who find their Life’s GPS recalculating their course unexpectedly. A story reminding us all of the importance of appreciating each and every day we are blessed with.

 

 

 

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