The staff at Legacy Land Conservancy would like to express our deep appreciation for our Development Director Susan Cooley, who is retiring this week.
Susan has served as Legacy’s Development Director for the past five years. Prior to working for Legacy, she owned her own Advertising and Public Relations agency in Miami, Florida and worked for March of Dimes as State Director of Corporate Development in Michigan. She has also taken on numerous volunteer initiatives, including the development of the Michigan State University Jr. Master Gardener program in 1994, certifying hundreds of students throughout Washtenaw County and Detroit.
When reflecting on her time with Legacy, Cooley stated that “it has been a challenge and a pleasure working with Legacy these past five years. Our growth over these years is due to the dedication of our volunteers, trustees and my amazing colleagues. I will miss all the special moments I have had with each of them. I will look forward to their continued growth with the new Director.”
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3 comments on “Legacy Development Director Susan Cooley Retires This Week”
Happy Retirement Susan! I enjoyed working with you on the Legacy dinners!
Thanks for taking care of us. From Devin as a jmg to the meals. You have left a lasting legacy with us.
Fantastic job Susan, you will be missed. It was a pleasure to work with you on the volunteer projects you helped me be part of for the Land Legacy. Good Luck with your new venture!