Sue Beeler

“Curious minds will always find something fascinating about science!”

With a Bachelor and Master of Science in Biology in her pocket, Sue Beeler embarked on a career of instilling a love for the wonders of science in children and adults alike for the past 30 years.  After working at a variety of environmental education centers, Sue moved from the Midwest prairies to the North Carolina piedmont where she set about creating and managing Forsyth County’s Tanglewood Park Nature Education programs.  Sharing her love of the outdoors, she touched the lives of hundreds – young and old.

As a mother of two boys, Sue became involved in Forsyth Country Day School’s biennial science festival – coordinating 6 different events over a span of ten years.  All through her children’s schooling and beyond, she enjoyed substitute teaching FCDS’s K-12 science classes.

Since moving to Virginia, Sue offers quality educational science programs to the Greater Roanoke area for a variety of academic settings.