A Bit About Me
Hello, I’m Sue Holzberlein, a third generation Christian Scientist.
I grew up in a family that practiced Christian Science daily and exclusively and attended Christian Science Sunday School until I was 20. However, in my young adult years I left Christian Science for about a decade. During that time, I relied on traditional medical care. I found that the doctors and nurses I saw were kind, intelligent people and had the same healing goals that I do, but that the medical treatment did not work as fully for me as Christian Science treatment does.
I began a part-time public practice of Christian Science healing in 1999. At that time, I also worked in high tech. In 2006, I left high tech and began a full-time public practice of Christian Science and have been Christian Science Journal listed since September of 2006. I am a member of The First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston, MA USA, and, also, a local branch Church of Christ, Scientist.
Before I became a Christian Science Practitioner, I worked in high tech for 29 years. My positions ranged from COBOL and Fortran programmer for American Guidance Service in Minnesota to Director of Software Engineering for Packard Bell NEC in Massachusetts. I was also a PMP Certified Project Manager and a Microsoft Certified Professional. I worked for many years managing software and hardware development projects. My final job in high tech was for Vibren Technologies, an NEC Company, in Massachusetts.
My hobbies include hiking, kayaking, gardening, reading, baking, photography, and snowshoeing. I love animals of all kinds and live near a forest and pond. I go out for a walk in the woods often and many days I see and enjoy wild animals.