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ABOUT SUSAN BINAU

 

Susan is a cancer survivor, a mother of four, and was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer a few days after her son's second birthday.

 

Navigating through Cancer Land was a scary and lonely journey, and the lack of resources for families in her situation was shocking. 

 

Finding herself as the sole survivor of six friends two years later, Susan made a promise to develop resources to help families cope with the end of life and grief. The resources that she and her friends could have used In 2013 her youngest son Andy embarked on his mother's journey. Our History.

 

Founder & President

Susan Binau is a global philanthropist, social entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and award-winning program developer. A colon cancer survivor, Susan has developed programs and resources since 2009 for families to use when coping with terminal illness and grief with the formation of Grief Heroes Foundation. She has authored 12 self-help books and invented tools like the Angel KIT™ and Heart Package designed to support families navigating critical illness or death. These programs have made a difference for more than 25,000 families worldwide. In establishing these programs, Susan built a nonprofit organization in Denmark and the United States and collaborated with nonprofit organizations, hospitals, and schools in many countries. She holds a Master's Degree in Education & Human Resource Development and is a certified corporate speaker.

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Susan Binau
Founder & President

Susan Binau

Founder & President

Susan Binau is a global philanthropist, social entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and award-winning program developer. A colon cancer survivor, Susan has developed programs and resources since 2009 for families to use when coping with terminal illness and grief with the formation of Grief Heroes Foundation. She has authored 12 self-help books and invented tools like the Angel KIT™ and Heart Package designed to support families navigating critical illness or death. These programs have made a difference for more than 25,000 families worldwide. In establishing these programs, Susan built a nonprofit organization in Denmark and the United States and collaborated with nonprofit organizations, hospitals, and schools in many countries. She holds a Master's Degree in Education & Human Resource Development and is a certified corporate speaker.

 

Mother and son on a mission to help grieving children.
Susan and Andy Binau are co-authors of the Super Dog Zam Grief Series and co-founders of the Grief Heroes Foundation.