November 11th, 2015 by admin
Sue’s career has revolved around empowering people and enabling organisations to develop, drive and deliver the transformation that maximises their performance. Mastering the strategic, management, leadership and collaborative skills to do this has taken more than 25 years of professional practise in effective and efficient community development policy and program design, implementation and evaluation; and service delivery at the highest levels including: State and federal governments; private industry and in urban and regional operating areas. Sue feels privileged to be a Classroom of Hope Board member as it completely aligns with her sense of purpose to help empower people; particularly young people and through education. Sue believes that in building schools and helping improve access to education, Classroom of Hope helps turn dreams into reality.