The Exalted Queen Mother Of The Red Hatters

Sue Ellen of the Red Hat Society

Sue Ellen of the Red Hat Society

The Red Hat Society is one the world’s largest networks for women. It began in 1998 with less than 18 members, and now features more than 30,000 local chapters. These chapters are located in every State of America, and in over 25 foreign countries.

The RHS could not have come to being with out the leadership of Sue Ellen Cooper. Sue Ellen founded the Red Hat Society with the hope it would bring women together in friendship and fun. Now thousands of women across the world share this philosophy.

Sue Ellen has accomplished many great things in her life. Before the Red Hat Society was founded Sue Ellen worked as a commercial greeting card illustrator. She also spent several years working in a mural-painting business.

Sue Ellen has always been an artist. Her favorite art to do are drawing and painting. She specifically enjoys painting in watercolor, though she has recently begun to enjoy drawing with colored pencils.

Sue Ellen Cooper graduated from California State University, Fullerten with a degree in Social Sciences and Humanities. Her Alma Mater honored her with a Distinguished Alumni Visions and Visionaries Award in 2004. She was given the award because of her many achievements and the impact she has made with so many women across the globe.

She has also been listed as one of Fullerton California’s 25 Most Influential People. She is also an author of several best-selling books, and has contributed with other authors with their books. You can find her books written about the Red Hat Society here.

Last, but not least, Sue Ellen is a loving wife and mother. Her husband, Allen, and she currently live in Fullerton, California. They are the proud parents of Shane and Andrea, and the loving grandparents of two granddaughters.

Thanks to Sue Ellen Cooper, thousands of women get together to celebrate life with the Red Hat Society. Sue Ellen Cooper currently holds the title of the “Exalted Queen Mother” among her fellow Red Hatters. What a fitting title for the founder who started it all.

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