Sue Calhoun has made her living from researching, interviewing and writing
for more than 25 years.
by the media for a decade, she worked on newspapers in three provinces, did
extensive work on contract for CBC radio and television, and wrote for such
national magazines as Canadian Geographic and Macleans magazine.
In 1990, she received an Atlantic Journalism Award in the Best
Magazine/Feature Writing Category as well as an "Honourable Mention for
Outstanding Investigative Reporting in Canada" from the Canadian
Association of Journalists.
Sue also worked for a fisheries consulting firm in
the Maritimes for 10 years, during which time she carried out a variety of
projects including program evaluations, research and writing, survey and
questionnaire design, interviews and focus groups in both official languages,
feasibility and market studies, and administration on international projects.
1997, she launched her own firm, Calhoun Research and Development/Recherche et
développement, now based in Moncton, New Brunswick.
As a volunteer, Ms Calhoun
helped parents to form a cooperative, to take over and run a private daycare
centre in Shédiac that was on the verge of bankruptcy, for which she was chosen
"Volunteer of the Year" in 1995 by the Acadian Cooperative Movement.
Sue is past president of the Canadian Federation of Business and Professional
Sue Calhoun is the author of two books and co-author of a third.
bilingual, she has a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the
Université de Moncton, a Diploma in Community Economic Development (CED) from
St. Mary's University in Halifax and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Sociology from
the University of Waterloo.
- Canadian CED Network
- Canadian Evaluation Society
- Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of
- Club de
femmes de carrière du sud-est du N.-B. (Southeast NB Business & Professional