Sue Rivero


She is a proud Mother and Grandmother.  Sue believes that our first priorities must be our youth and seniors. She believes we are all responsible for each other by being kind, understanding and especially, proactive. She believes we are all equal and priceless. She admires our individual spirituality and ancestral cultures.  Sue wears many hats in the organization. She works on our Facebook page, acts as photographer, outreach partnerships, Scholarship panel, clerical, MLK Banquet team and many other tasks. Sue made a career in real estate in California and Washington before moving to Idaho.  Sue has been with the IFAAA since she moved to Idaho Falls in 2016 from Bellevue Washington to help care for her terminally ill mother. Since then, she has fallen in love with the region and its people.