Susan Page embodies everything that characterizes today’s powerful career women. As a profession, Susan has become a model, fashion-oriented entrepreneur, emcee, radio show host, public speaker, and writer. But despite all her conquests and successes as a career person, Susan still considers her involvement in the family and raising children as the greatest achievement of her life.
On the other side that tips the scale lies Susan’s commitment to the community. Susan has co-hosted the Kapiolani Children’s Miracle Network telethon and specials for 22 years and currently serves as a director on the boards of the Kapiolani Health Foundation, Women In Need, and is Vice Chair of the national board of the humanitarian faith-based organization, Heart for Africa. Her involvement with the latter made her realize how minute and irrelevant her problems were relative to those she came across with in Africa.
“We have a lot in our country, and I feel very blessed in my life to have a lot,” Susan says. “I’m focused a little bit on Africa because there’s just such a grave and dire need there beyond what we can even imagine here. Our greatest need here is very small compared to the least of their needs there, and so that’s what we’re doing.”
This GGR exclusive takes us into Susan Page’s professional, domestic and philanthropic endeavors. Susan shares her knowledge about business and how to do a successful marketing, critically important especially in today’s increasingly globalized business community.
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Susan Page has been a weekly columnist for Oahu’s MidWeek magazine for 14 years, writing on current events and life style. After selling both her modeling and fashion photography businesses in 1993, she has been a busy emcee, guest radio host, and public speaker. Susan also has co-hosted the Kapiolani Children’s Miracle Network telethon and specials for 22 years and currently serves as a director on the boards of the Kapiolani Health Foundation, Women In Need, and is Vice Chair of the national board of the humanitarian faith-based organization, Heart for Africa. She is currently Vice President of Marketing for Coffee Enterprises, Inc. Susan has been a military wife and a widow. She is the proud mother of a daughter, Joy Ditto, a lobbyist in Washington, D.C. and a son, USMC Captain Kyle Ditto, an FA/18 pilot, four grown step children and seven grandchildren. She is married to retired Navy Captain Gerald Coffee and resides in Aiea, Hawaii.
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