Sue Graham

InfoPro Incorporated

Sue Graham founded InfoPro in 1989. Under her leadership, the company has steadily grown into a successful organization that provides a wide range of advanced information technology (IT) solutions.

With an impressive list of past and current government and commercial customers, Sue has branded InfoPro with a clearly defined level of technical excellence and a meticulous approach to both management and problem solving. These core business fundamentals have positioned InfoPro to successfully compete for a variety of government and private contract opportunities.

Some recent notable awards and accolades include:
InfoPro was named a Top Woman-Owned Company by Government Computer News for 2005 and 2006.
Recognized as one of the Top 500 Small Businesses and a Top 500 Diversity-Owned Business
InfoPro has also been named a Woman-Owned Business Enterprise of the Year from the U.S. Department of Transportation, and an Inc. 500 and Washington Technology Fast 50 Company.

Sue has been named as one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women, and was nominated as one of the Top Twenty-Five Influential Minority Women in Business by the Minority Business & Professionals Network, Inc., in 2002. She is listed in the Who’s Who of Executives and Professionals, and is an Officer and Board member of several organizations, including the Asian Business Roundtable, Thais for Thai Association, and the National Association of Professional Asian Women.

Before establishing InfoPro, Sue worked with General Science Corporation, where she was a member of a large-scale systems development team for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. She began her career in information technology while at the Kansas State University Computing Center in Manhattan, Kansas. Sue holds two degrees from Kansas State – a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a graduate degree in Computer Science with a concentration in software engineering.