26. ""not being completed intentionally" -- you can't accuse her of that." In response to In response to 0 Fri Dec-19-14 02:11 PM by daryloneal
So from the beginning it makes you look very emotional and immature.
There's definitely a better way to have gone about that.
For starters, leave her supervisor out of it in the beginning. Just communicate your concern (without bold accusations) to your supervisor. If you're in good standing with your supervisor, he/she will give her supervisor a call to communicate the issue.
You may have damaged your own reputation more than you did hers.