Sue Fratkin is a public policy analyst concentrating on technology and telecommunications issues, particularly as they affect the higher education community. Realizing the impact that the growth in technology would have on this community, Sue founded Fratkin Associates in 1991. She regularly interacts with White House, Congressional and Federal Agency personnel and reports on governmental hearings, programs and publications, analyzing relevant legislation and regulations.
Fratkin Associates' clients include several Washington based higher education and IT focused associations. She also serves as the Washington liaison for the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation, an alliance of forty-one academic supercomputing centers in twenty-eight states.
As the author of numerous articles on public policy and telecommunications and technology policy pertaining to the higher education community, Sue participates as a panelist at national conferences and has served as a reviewer for Federal education technology programs.