Sue Schettle is starting an exciting new chapter of her career by joining ARRM as its new CEO. ARRM is a nonprofit association of more than 200 providers, businesses and advocates dedicated to leading the advancement of home and community-based services supporting people living with disabilities in their pursuit of meaningful lives. ARRM is lucky to have such a dedicated and talented CEO, with an impressive track record of success.
Warren Wolfe’s 2012 Star Tribune article, “Making Decisions for loved one’s final days,” highlights Schettle’s dedication to public service, often in the face of difficult odds. He explains, “Schettle has spent the past three years coordinating an ambitious campaign to help Minnesotans make better end-of-life medical choices.” He is referring to her tenure as CEO of the Twin Cities Medical Society, a role that she held for ten years.Twin Cities Medical Society is a membership organization representing physicians, medical students and residents who live or work in the 7-county metro area.
Schettle begins her new role at ARRM on today.