Sue Scheff is an author and Parent and CyberSafety Advocate. She founded Parents' Universal Resource Experts, Inc in 2001. Her expertise is educating parents that are struggling with their out-of-control teenager and Internet safety for both kids and adults.
In her book, Wit's End! Advice and Resources for Saving Your Out-of-Control Teen, (Health Communications, Inc), Sue Scheff journals her own difficulties with her teen, as well as offers prescriptive advice for parents at their wit's end. After being victimized online and cyber-stalked due to her advocacy work, Sue Scheff won a landmark case for Internet Defamation and Invasion of Privacy. Since then, her name and voice has become synonymous with helping others that are being destroyed virtually as well as educating kids and adults about their online reputation.
In her book, Google Bomb! How the $11.3M Verdict Changed the Way We Use the Internet (HCI), co-authored by the late John Dozier, Sue Scheff's story is untangled. Like her previous book, Google Bomb also offers the prescriptive advice to help others.
Her third book, Shame Nation: The Global Epidemic of Online Hate (Sourcebooks) with a featured foreword by Monica Lewinsky, covers preventing, surviving and overcoming digital disasters. Shame Nation is full of renown experts and contributors from across the globe spanning in psychology, legal, ORM, public relations and crisis management. It also includes firsthand stories from people that have been cyber-shamed and share their experiences.
As a Parent and CyberSafety Advocate, Sue Scheff believes that parenting teens today is a challenge and parents need all the help and resources they can get. An educated parent is a prepared parent.
Sue Scheff is a contributor for the Huffington Post, Parenting Today's Kids, Education.com, School Family, StopMedicineAbuse, FOSI, and others. She has been featured on ABC 20/20, CNN, Fox News, Anderson Cooper, Nightly News with Katie Couric, The Rachael Ray Show, Dr. Phil, and many more. Scheff has also been in USA Today, LA Times, NY Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, AARP, Miami Herald just to name a few.