Sue Routledge is a Follow-up/Data Coordinator for the North Dakota Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (ND EHDI) program. She also provides grant support and participates in grant development at NDCPD. In the past, she had been a Follow-up/Data Coordinator for previous ND EHDI projects including First Sounds, Project Kaylyn, and HearNow as well as a Scheduling Coordinator for notetakers, clients and client representatives for the Realtime Remote Online Captioning (RROC) program. Native to North Dakota, Sue received a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology from Minot State University. Prior to joining NDCPD, she was employed in the Minot community as a Medical Technologist. She and her husband have 2 children.