Sue Robbins is a woman who is Transgender, Intersex, and Pansexual and uses the pronouns She, Her, and Hers. She is currently serving on Equality Utah’s Transgender Advisory Council working on bills, policy, and other statewide Transgender and Intersex efforts. She is a Past Board Chair of the Utah Pride Center and of Transgender Education Advocates (TEA) of Utah, along with being a founding member and the inaugural President of Phi Delta, Utah’s chapter of Tri-Ess. Sue also lifts voices as a guest Community Co-Host of Everyday People at KRCL RadioACTIve. Sue has been recognized with the 2018 Transgender Advocacy TEAM Award and the 2019 Dr. Kristen Ries Community Service award.
Sue is an Engineering Manager currently employed with a government contractor. She is a proud veteran with 20 years of service in the US Army working first as a Tank Crewmember and later in Satellite Communications. Sue lives in Woods Cross with her loving and amazing wife Theresa and has four children and ten grandchildren.