Sue Allon, from Allonhill.com

Chabad’s Emerging Leaders: Sue Allon

Sue Allon, from Allonhill.com

On Wednesday, February 15th, Chabad at CU Boulder will be having another event in their Emerging Leaders series. This one is featuring Sue Allon, the CEO of Allonhill. It will take place at the Rohr Chabad House (909 14th St.) from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm, including a reception.

Sue Allen is the CEO of her own company, Allonhill, specializing in mortgage due diligence and credit risk management. Allon gets to interact with some of the largest hedge funds and investment banks as well as government agencies. She is also an active member of the Denver Jewish community, along with being on the Board of Directors for National Jewish Health.

The Emerging Leaders program is a new program, set up by Chabad, to have local professionals and executives come talk to CU students. The idea is to show students how they too can be ethical leaders and members of the greater community. The first event in this series featured Senator Hank Brown, went very successfully, attracting many CU students and community members.

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