Press Release: Susan McDermott, Leading Motivational Speaker In Australia Joins Stanford Who’s Who
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA, July 30, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who /– An accomplished leader and motivational speaker in the epilepsy awareness field, Susan McDermott has enjoyed a successful career filled with numerous accomplishments, leading to her recognition in the exclusive network of prominent professionals with Stanford Who’s Who. Over the course of her exceptional professional career, Ms. McDermott has regularly exhibited the ideals, commitment, conscientiousness and energy necessary to be named among the elite. Susan has devoted most of her work and personal time to Epilepsy Leader, an advocacy organization that strives to combat myths that all people with epilepsy are “disabled.” She uses her own experience as an epileptic as well as 22 years of work as a financial planner to educate employers about the best ways to accommodate people with epilepsy. During Ms. McDermott’s tenure with Step Up Financial Planners in Lismore, Australia, she frequently offered her services without charge or “pro bono” to help people with disability benefits applications and insurance claims. She also represented and achieved sponsorship for community fundraising groups through filing applications with the AMP Foundation. The AMP Foundation is the charitable arm of the major Australian financial institution AMP, which helps fund numerous charitable causes in Australia. Susan’s favorite business publication is “The Australian,” the country’s only major national broadsheet-style daily newspaper. During her free time, she enjoys playing tennis, body surfing, cooking Indian curry dishes, and reading. Use the following links to view more information on Susan McDermott  and the AMP Foundation Browse the Stanford Who’s Who Social Media Branding Website 
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