Sue brings over 20 years’ experience in senior charity roles (including 15 as a CEO within education) and of working in membership organisations. Coupled with time as an independent consultant, public affairs and communications lead she has brought a wide range of educational services to schools.
Sue has led projects with organisations including the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), the Department for Education (DfE), the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), Local Enterprise Partnerships, Erasmus and the Careers and Enterprise company and has extensive membership, volunteer, service development and fundraising experience. Her time as an economic development director sparked her early belief in the importance of skills development for young people and adults alike, and of the importance of finding your voice. Her working philosophy is one of collaboration, and harnessing skills and knowledge across sectors for the greater good.