West Chester, PA, June 20, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Susan Purl’s impressive and long-standing career has spanned over four decades, during which she has achieved much recognition for her abilities in finance and human resources, so much so that she is now regarded as a leading authority in her field.
Susan’s academic career began with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting, which she received from Rutgers University in New Jersey. She then complemented this with a Master of Arts degree in Human Resources Administration which she obtained from University of Phoenix in Arizona.
Following the completion of her academic studies, Susan embarked on long and successful career working for a range of highly respected organizations, culminating in her current role at The Ehlers Organization, where she has worked for the past 10 years. Her role there is predominantly as an Accountant, but due to Susan’s exceptional capabilities, she also undertakes the roles of HR Director and Office Administrator.
The variety of her role is what Susan loves the most and she finds it very rewarding to contribute to a number of areas such as franchise management, accounting and human resource administration. It is the challenges of managing various tasks and responsibilities that has kept Susan motivated over the years and she believe’ s that staying in the same position for so long has enabled her to oversee the natural flow and progression of the company as it grows from strength to strength.
Susan has faced challenges in her personal life, most notably surviving cancer, and this has led her to dedicate most of her spare time to charity. She focuses her time on cancer research and children’s cancer charities, as well as the National Historical Society and the Wounded Warrior Project, which is very close to her heart given her husband’s former career in the military.
When not busy working, Susan enjoys reading and spending time with her husband of over 40 years. She also loves to travel and explore new places, an activity influenced by her husband’s former career as a soldier, during which she had the privilege of experiencing life in the Orient and Germany.
Looking to the future, Susan plans to work up until her retirement, after which she plans to spend her leisure time with her grandchildren, embark on some further travel and continue her volunteer work with local youth organizations.