Hoot-E Introduces Susan Doyle

Here are the top five things Hoot-E wants you to know about Susan Doyle, AAP, President:

Emily Hays

  1. Before soaring into Missouri, Susan grew up in a small town in Southwestern Michigan called Marcellus. She says, “I loved spending my childhood in Michigan and going to Warren Dunes on Lake Michigan and Greenfield Village in Dearborn.” In her career, she has spent the last 28+ years working in the financial services industry, gaining wisdom in a variety of positions from corporate finance, to bank operations, to managing electronic payment products and development.
  2. Since joining our flock, Susan has realized that meeting and interacting with our members, and better understanding their top payments-related priorities, is her favorite aspect of her new role. To that end, she looks forward to attending several of our Payment Systems Update seminars to hear directly from our members. She also shared that she feels fortunate to have a tenured staff who are passionate about our members and the value they are delivering through our Education and Advisory Services.
  3. Outside of work, Susan enjoys cooking and trying new recipes. Her son, Tyler, often encourages her to open a restaurant. However, she says, “cooking is more of a hobby than a career.” Her son is also a good cook and they enjoy cooking and trying new recipes together. She also enjoys the outdoors, college sports and laying pool-side.
  4. Susan’s nest consists of her husband, Michael and her son, Tyler. Michael is a commercial banker with over 30+ years of banking experience. Tyler graduated from Kansas State University with an industrial engineer degree in December 2018. He will soon be moving to Wichita, Kansas, to begin his career at Textron Aviation. Susan also has a high-energy beagle, named Bella who is spoiled rotten. Susan laughed, “Bella is what I refer to as a ‘treat magnet.’ She will beg and bark for treats until someone gives her one, multiple times per day.”
  5. Fun fact: After college, Susan lived in Japan for three years where she worked for the University of Maryland. While there, Susan got to experience a World Fair, Ueno Zoo, Skiing at Hokkaido, Japan and the ice sculpture extravaganza held every year in Sapporo, Japan. She added, “I also had the opportunity to travel to Korea and experience eating Kimchi first-hand.” How neat!