Sue Swenson most recently served as Acting Assistant Secretary in the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS), where she was responsible for a $15 billion budget and more than 200 staff. She is currently the president-elect of Inclusion International, the United Nations-recognized organization for children with disabilities, their parents, and adults with intellectual disabilities. Ms. Swenson’s middle son Charlie lived with profound disabilities for 30 years. Ms. Swenson is a graduate of Partners in Policymaking, was a Kennedy Fellow in the U.S. Senate, served as Commissioner for Developmental Disabilities in the Clinton administration, and has held the position of Executive Director at both the Kennedy Foundation and The Arc of the United States. She was educated at the University of Chicago and holds an MBA from the University of Minnesota.