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Susan Waugh

Senior Accountant | waugh@ipinst.org

Susan Waugh joined IPI in June 2009 and is currently the Senior Accountant in the finance department.  She works closely with the Director of Finance. Her responsibilities include all accounting functions. 

She graduated with a BA in German with a public relations minor from the prestigious Thammasat University in Bangkok, Thailand and a Master of Science in accountancy from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Susan passed the CPA exam in 2004.

A specialist in nonprofit accounting, she came to IPI from the Doe Fund, a nonprofit organization dedicated to solving poverty through welfare-to-work programs, emphasizing life skills and apprenticeship programs. Earlier in her career, Susan was Staff Accountant at Prairie Center Health Systems.  She speaks Thai, English, and German.



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