Sue Jacques is a keynote speaker, author, and former forensic death investigator who is known internationally for her expertise in professionalism, civility, social graces, and life lessons.
Prior to becoming a keynote speaker and professionalism specialist in 2000, Sue spent nearly two decades as a forensic death investigator at the Medical Examiner's office. Through her involvement in the medical investigation of thousands of unexpected and violent deaths, Sue learned about the ultimate costs of disrespect and the true value of civility, compassion, and kindness. Her unique experiences infiltrate every message she shares.
A regular media resource, Sue has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Network, CTV, CBC, BNN, Global, and Oprah Radio. Her professional journey was featured in Moremagazine, she's a former columnist for Physicians Practice, and she's been quoted in a variety of publications.
Sue is the author of What The Fork? An Unpretentious Guide to Formal Dining for Informal People. Her next book, Life Lessons from a Death Investigator, is slated for release in 2018.
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