Meet Our Team
Sue has lived in Tucson, AZ for over 35 years. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with family, reading, hiking, and following the Arizona Wildcats.
After navigating the system for her parents, Sue was shocked to see how overly complex Medicare decisions can be. Going through numerous plans was both time consuming and confusing. So for the last 10 years, Sue has helped her clients take the stress and confusion out of the Medicare process.
Over the years, she has learned that good people refer good people and the growth of her business has been a testimony to that.
This year, she's been blessed to be able to expand her team in order to help more people.
Carolyn served for 32 years, as a teacher, coach, and athletic director at the Arizona Schools for the Deaf and Blind. After early retirement in 2006, she was recruited into the financial services world which led to her work in Medicare.
Outside of AIM Medicare Partners, Carolyn enjoys spending time in the White Mountains, Washington State, or wherever her latest whims take her. An avid sports fan of University of Arizona athletics teams, she makes time for attending Cats games or watching them on TV. A lifetime recreational reader and crossword puzzle aficionado, she is never far from a book or a stack of crossword puzzles compliments of the Arizona Daily Star. If you were to ride in her car with her, you would have an opportunity to enjoy her vast collection of country music and would find George Strait, Kenny Chesney and other favorites filling the air. Twice a week, you will find her at a local restaurant playing bridge with her ASDB retirement club members.
Whitney was born and raised in Tucson, AZ and loves the desert sun and warm sunny days. She attended the University of Arizona and earned a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education and taught elementary education for 10 years. During that time, she went on to obtain a Master's degree from Northern Arizona University in Educational Leadership. Her skills as an educator help guide people through the complicated world of Medicare.