Sue Scheff is a Nationally Recognized Author, Parent Advocate, and Family Internet Safety Advocate. She founded Parents Universal Resources Experts, Inc. in 2001.
She has three published books, Wit’s End (HCI 2007), Google Bomb (HCI 2009) with a foreword by Michael Fertik, and her latest, Shame Nation: The Global Epidemic of Online Hate (Sourcebooks 2017) with a foreword by Monica Lewinsky.
After being stalked, harassed, bullied, and slandered online – in 2006, Scheff won a landmark case for internet defamation with an $11.3M jury verdict. Since then, she’s been an advocate for cyberbullying prevention and promoting the importance of online reputation.
Sue Scheff is a contributor for Psychology Today, HuffPost, Today Show Parenting, NBC’s Education Nation, Washington Post, Orlando Sentinel, Stop Medicine Abuse, Dr. Greene, and more. She has been featured on ABC 20/20, Today Show, CNN, CBS This Morning, The Mel Robbins Show, Fox News, Anderson Cooper, Nightly News with Katie Couric, Rachael Ray Show, Dr. Phil, and more.
Scheff has also been in USA Today, LA Times, New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and AARP, just to name a few.