Sue McNally is a writer/producer and director with more than 20 years experience in film and television.  She currently serves as the co-executive producer and producer/writer of Rudy Maxa’s World, which airs nation-wide on PBS.  In 2008 she garnered an EMMY award and two CINE Golden Eagle awards for her shows on Rajasthan and Tokyo.  To date, she has written and produced forty shows for Public Television.

From 2000 to 2006, she wrote, produced and directed for the series Smart Travels with Rudy Maxa.  She is responsible for nearly thirty half hour shows for this series.  Her Smart Travels show on France’s Bordeaux and Dordogne regions won an EMMY Award in 2006.  Her shows have garnered numerous other awards including the Grand Prix at the Croatian Golden Pen Awards for journalism and three CINE Golden Eagle awards for the shows Shanghai, the French Riviera and Venice.   

Sue recently produced and wrote the PBS one hour special:  Adventures with Purpose: Lord of the Nile which won top prize in 2 categories at the 2007 TELLY Awards.   

Sue has a long history writing, producing and directing training and corporate communications with clients such as The Boeing Company, University of Washington, City of Seattle,, Fluke, Plan International, Tacoma Community Center to name a few.   

Graduated President’s Fellow for Comparative Literature from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, Sue went on to receive her Masters in Film and Television from Boston University.   In 1999, Sue received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for her work in film. 







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