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Career Spotlight: Sue Fordyce, Manager, Enterprise Client Services

December 13, 2018


Sue Fordyce

We sat down with Sue Fordyce, Manager, Enterprise Client Services, as part of our monthly series that profiles unique jobs around Rogers. Giving back to the communities where we live and work is an important part of who we are at Rogers, and wanted to learn more about the impact Sue has on her local community in Burnaby, B.C. What inspired you to join the team at Rogers? I have been at Rogers for over 30 years and I am fortunate to have worked with many great people and leaders in that time. My journey started with Rogers Cable in Burnaby, and over the years, I moved into different roles across the company, and the country. I love that we are a fast-paced, ever-changing environment. There is never a dull moment! How do you make a difference in your community? I make a difference in my community by organizing and planning charitable events, including golf tournaments for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, women’s transition houses, and most recently, the Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club. Giving back warms my heart and getting involved is truly rewarding. I feel a sense of pride knowing that I can help those in need, whether it be financially, through donating my time or participating in events. Tell us about the Holiday Give Back Program you helped to organize at Rogers! For the past 2 years, the Rogers team in Burnaby has partnered with the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Coast BC. The organization serves over 12,500 children, youth and families annually and provides a safe and supportive environment for the kids. Every Christmas, the Club opens their doors to youth that either do not have support at home, or in some cases, may be dealing with homelessness. We are raising funds this year around the Burnaby office to fill up holiday stockings with much-needed items like gloves, socks, toothbrushes, etc. Youth is our future – thank you Boys and Girls Club for taking care of them! Why is it important to get involved in local initiatives? Getting involved in local initiatives helps us strengthen our community, which we all genuinely value here at Rogers. Being active in the community also allows us to connect with people on a different level, see positive change from our efforts, and pay it forward. What makes you proud to work for Rogers? I work for a company that values the legacy Ted Rogers built, and am very fortunate to be part of the broader Rogers family. I am proud of the company’s commitment to provide innovative solutions to Canadians, focus on delivering best in class customer and employee experiences, and involvement in the communities we live in and serve. Connect with Sue on Linkedin to learn more about her career journey.