Meet Our CEO

"We are honored for the "Opportunity to Partner with You, and Create a 'Remarkable Experience of a Lifetime' for Your Clients and Audiences! "

Dedicated to bringing customized, personalized, and highly detailed services to our Remarkable! clients, Sue Falcone is an award-winning visionary who brings strength, solutions, and a smile to the table when she partners with you to make sure your audience enjoys a first-class event.

As the 2009 founder of the global Remarkable! A Speakers Bureau, Sue brings decades of experience from every side of the Speaking and Events Industry to represent and book professional speakers, celebrity speakers, executive coaches, corporate trainers, entertainers, and music artists.

From serving as a corporate executive hiring outside speakers and trainers plus creating sales, training, and marketing events to being a professional speaker and best-selling author, Sue brings firsthand knowledge and experience, which provides unequaled insights into the challenges of today’s world.

Sue has been honored by the Business High Point Chamber of Commerce, as "Volunteer of the Year", nominee for "Small Business of the Year", and is an Alumni of the High Point Leadership Class. She was named by the Triad Business Journal as an "Outstanding Women in Business", and was featured in Global Leaders Magazine as a Global Leader. Sue is a member and volunteer of the Guilford Merchants Association, known as GMA, and has been honored as "Volunteer of the Year", and is currently a member of the RACERS, which stands for Recruit, Activate, Connect, Encourage and Retain. The RACERs group serves as GMA’s membership council. They are the voice of the membership and provide feedback to GMA staff in regard to planning, programming, and policies as well as recruiting and retaining members. Their mascot is RACER, the cheetah.

The most influential person in Sue’s life was her grandmother, Dora Phylena Dawson, who lived to be 98 years old — and was still working into her 90s! Dora was a Cherokee Indian from Oklahoma (where Sue was raised) and was only granted an 8th-grade education — as that was the norm for Indian women in Oklahoma at the time. But though she never owned a car or home or left any assets, Dora was an entrepreneur in her own right. She worked as both a maid and seamstress and raised five children by herself during the Great Depression. Sue learned volumes from her grandmother about faith, God, family, and the value of hard work — which she has now passed along to many others.

Sue shares the key to her long and successful career... "As a student of life, I continue to absorb the continuous knowledge needed to bring great events to the world around us. So, from mentee to mentor, I now enjoy giving back so that we can all be the best we can be!"

You’ll find Sue on many major podcasts, always willing to share her passion for business and her industry. Sue and her team created a unique, weekly multi-streaming live show, "Simply" Remarkable to host clients, event professionals, and potential clients so that her audience can get to know personally the talent that is represented by Remarkable!

GIVING BACK TO HELP OTHERS SUCCEED! A portion of Remarkable! profits are donated to the Women’s Resource Center of Greensboro and a worldwide relief agency helping thousands across the world in their time of need.

Sue’s Professional Accomplishments Include:

"Sue and her team treat you like you are their only customer, with personalized service and touches. I would highly recommend Sue as a partner the next time you are looking for professional talent to book, as she is a true professional who focuses on service to her clients." ~ Christine Gilmore, VP of Training, Bell Partners Inc.

A Few Personal Accomplishments...

You’ll always see Sue wearing one of her trademark colorful, wide-brimmed hats – often toting her branded colors of blue, teal, and coral out in public to complement her hallmark red hair. But it’s more than just fashion...Sue is allergic to the sun, so it’s also quite necessary!