Sue Aitchison, one of the longest-serving WWE employees, will be the recipient of this year’s Warrior Award at the upcoming WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Having worked so far for over 30 years with WWE, Aitchison is often credited with being the one who created the WWE community outreach programs and is the main person behind WWE’s relationship with Make-A-Wish. She is also one of the most-liked people at WWE corporate, making her a very well-deserved recipient of the honor.
“Sue has dedicated her entire career to helping Wish kids fulfill their dreams and putting smiles on countless families’ faces. Her heart and character epitomize the essence of the Warrior Award,” said Stephanie McMahon, WWE Chief Brand Officer. “She is an unsung hero who deserves to be recognized and immortalized in the WWE Hall of Fame.”
When he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2014, the Ultimate Warrior remarked that those unsung heroes at WWE should be recognized at such events and while the WWE created the Warrior Award loosely based on Warrior’s wish, Aitchison is the first WWE employee to be receiving this in five years.
“I am humbled to receive this prestigious award,” Sue Aitchison said. “I look forward to continuing WWE’s efforts with Make-A-Wish and other organizations to make a positive impact on children and their families around the world.”
Dana Warrior will be presenting Aitchison with the Warrior Award on the eve of WrestleMania 35.