Sue “Sunanda” Manteris Settles Employment Discrimination Lawsuit
Former KSNV news anchor Sue “Sunanda” Manteris settled her discrimination lawsuit with the station recently. Manteris was an anchor with the NBC affiliate for more than 22 years and a broadcast veteran of nearly 30 years.
As part of the agreement, Manteris signed a non-disclosure clause… and says she is very happy with the settlement. “As stated in the lawsuit, I fought for myself and other minority anchors and colleagues at KSNV…. when new management came in. That “old” phase is now gone from the station, with new management and new ownership. Hopefully treatment like that will not be tolerated or repeated there. “Manteris attorney Gus Flangas says the lawsuit is complete and as “Sue’s attorney and friend, I am proud of her unwavering strength and determination to see this through.”
Sue is well-known and respected throughout Southern Nevada for anchoring the number-one morning and evening newscasts for Las Vegas’ NBC affiliate for more than 20 years. During that time, she received dozens of awards and recognitions for her work in journalism, as well as her tireless efforts in the non-profit sector. Sue has an impressive network of movers and shakers of Las Vegas which helps her achieve an unprecedented positive results for her clients.
Currently Sue works as an account executive for 10e Media where she successfully and creatively secures media coverage for the agency’s clients. However, her number one pastime is spending time with her family, which includes her husband Art, son Jai and their pug dog named George.