Sue Scheff founded Parents’ Univeral Resource Experts (P.U.R.E) in 2001. It was created to help educate parents in a loosely regulated industry called “teen help.” After struggling with her own teenage daughter, she traveled down a road that was not only destructive to her - but put her daughter in harms way.
Sue Scheff is a Parent Advocate and continues to help thousands of families with today’s teens. During her crusade to help inform others, she became a victim, and now survivor, of Internet Defamation and Slander. As with many people that have a voice to create change, you will have vocal enemies. However, free speech does not condone defamation or slander. After fighting back - a jury awarded Sue Scheff $11.3M verdict for damages.
She has just announced her third book, SHAME NATION: Preventing, Surviving and Overcoming Digital Disaster by Sourcebooks Fall 2017. www.shamenationbook.com
"You are one single keystroke away from your life being destroyed”—Sue Scheff
Sue Scheff has appeared on many media outlets including ABC News 20/20 i-Caught, CNN Anderson Cooper, The Rachael Ray Show, Lifetime Television, CNN Headline News, Fox Morning News with Mike and Juliet, Fox News Tampabay, CBS News with Katie Couric, BBC, CBC Sunday News Magazine, Newsweek, Washington Post, Washington Times, USA Today, Miami Herald, Veja, Forbes, and many more both National and International.
Sue’s book - Wit’s End! is available at all book stores and online at Amazon. Published by Health Communications, Inc.
Google Bomb! is Sue's second book with co-author John Dozier and foreword by Michael Fertik. Published by Health Communications Inc. When Revenge Becomes E-Venge - Take Cover with Google Bomb!
Sue Scheff is the co-chair for the Community Empowerment Series in in St. Johns County and also the Board of Advisors for CiviliNation.
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Sue Scheff is a contributor for Huffington Post, Parenting Today's Kids, Everyday Parenting, GalTime, Education.com, Dr. Greene.com, School Family, Examiner, Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI), and many others.
Sue Scheff is also a Rotarian and active in her local Rotary Club.