JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, February 14, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who is proud to announce the acceptance of Sue Harris to the distinguished ranks of leading professionals as a result of her exceptional entrepreneurial effort. Throughout her brilliant professional career, Sue has consistently demonstrated the vision, dedication and diligence necessary to be successful in the business world.
Sue is the Director of Home911, which turns clients’ cell phones into panic buttons, helping to save lives. When the cell phone panic button is pressed up to 10 nominated people are alerted that you are in trouble, and therefore can help you. Her vision is to get Home911 out to as many people as possible to help bring down the crime rate, stopping people from getting raped, murdered, and tortured, both inside the home and outside the home. In an effort to help spread their service, Home911 offers large companies the chance to have all their employees on Home911 at a remarkably reduced rate.
After 20 years in the market research industry, Sue decided to make her way into the entrepreneurial arena in 1999 when she bought a Minuteman Press franchise which she ran for 8 years. In 2005, she and her partner were attacked in her home, leading to her partner becoming paralyzed and Sue receiving a fractured skull along with extreme emotional trauma. This eventually led her to Home911 which she is incredibly passionate about for obvious reasons.
Sue’s entrepreneurial ventures extend beyond Home911 to include her Garden Boosters business, an organic product retailer that seeks to improve and revitalize planting soil by combining horse manure with their own soil conditioners called Vermiboost and bokashi, an amazing tree that dually serves a carbon guzzler purpose and can help global warming, if planted extensively. During her collegiate career, Sue earned a Bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of Brighton. She is a member of Business Engage, Toastmasters International, Rotary International, South African Business Network, and Femmepreneurs.
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