Susan Patricelli Regan (R)
Susan Patricelli Regan, is a mother of three grown sons, a wife of over 40 years, a former senior international marketing executive with a global fortune 500 consumer product company for which she developed a unique proprietary super premium adult beverage duty free product which was very successful with the discerning consumer target market. Her corporate experience spanned 35 years requiring interface with internal legal, finance, sales and market research departments as well as external partners in the U.S. Military Overseas, cruise lines/airlines in the Western Hemisphere, Far East, Europe and Mexico including event planning with Washington, D.C. administration contacts on both sides of the aisle, celebrity media, FEMA, NFL representatives and contract negotiations with global product distributors.
Susan is the President and Founder of two 501C3 foundations: Foxfield F.A.R.M. and Sylvia Davis Patricelli Fine Arts Scholarship and is the host of a PATV interview program CT Valley Views for which she and her husband Bill, Executive Director, have been independent producers for the past 10 years. The show has received two national awards awards for the professional quality and diversity of subject matter.
Both she and Bill grew up in West Hartford and were educated in the Town's exceptional public schools system. Susan graduated from Colby Sawyer College and Bill is a retired architectural designer who was responsible for planning and interior construction of many commercial projects in the New England area while working for Russell Gibson vonDohlen.
Her personal community avocations include public and private economic evolution, Veterans and First Responders with PTSD solutions as well as regional development for the special education segment of our State. Susan has been an Ambassador for St. Francis Hospital/Trinity Health for 10 years.
Thinking out of the box, get it done yesterday, within budget with an aggressive mediation marketing plan and strategic tactics comprise Susan's skill set. CT needs her innovation moving forward in 2022.