Sue’s professional career has encompassed work as a research scientist, senior government public servant and health executive. She graduated with an Honours degree in Biological Sciences from Sussex University and Doctor of Philosophy in Immunology from Oxford University. She is currently an Honorary Adjunct Associate Professor within the Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine at Bond University.
Sue is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors with extensive experience in governance and ethical management of public funds and charities. She was an elected Trustee of the Guidelines-International-Network for 8 years, and during that time served as Vice-Chair of the Board and Chair of the Finance and Risk Management Committee. As Chief Executive Officer and Company Secretary of Therapeutic Guidelines Ltd, she led the establishment of Therapeutic Guidelines Foundation, management of its public ancillary fund and expansion of its Guidelines International Program in low-and middle-income countries.
Sue was awarded an Australia Day Medallion in recognition of her work in closing evidence-practice gaps in Australian health care settings. For over thirty years, she has remained passionate about supporting charities that work with disadvantaged children to promote sustainable and inclusive futures for them and their communities.