Sue McFarland Metzger is an Instructor of Management Information Systems at Villanova University. Prior to Villanova, she was a Director of Global Support for SAP America, managing teams and processes that provided large scale, global support to critical customer situations. She received her MS in Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and undergraduate degree from Bucknell University. At Villanova’s School of Business, she teaches courses ranging from strategic information technology to CRM and ERP, mobile application development and engineering entrepreneurship. Sue has recently spearheaded the VU Women in Tech initiative that hosts events for students, faculty, staff and alumni to share experiences leading with technology, highlight opportunities for women to innovate with technology, and motivate those who hesitate. Because of Sue’s industry experiences, she provides career counseling to students interested in technology-based careers. In addition to teaching at VSB, Sue also teaches some for Engineering Entrepreneurship as well as Computing Sciences. Therefore, if you are looking for a Computer Science minor or perhaps are an engineer at VSB for a minor, Sue may be a good resource for you.