History and experience
Susan is an associate of the Centre specialising in event communications, business development and management/leadership training.
Susan is the Director of her own business which specialises in mobile learning. Alongside this, Susan delivers a large programme of training which teaches sixth form students business and life skills.
She has also played a full and active role in public life and has focused specifically on women’s issues in the workplace. She is a member of the steering group for the European Commission’s Women in Industrial Research – a special project looking into ways to encourage more women into science and research across the European Union.
She is a former chairman of the London Fair Play Consortium, a joint venture between the UK Government’s department for Employment and the Equal Opportunity Commission, whose remit is to identify and help remove the barriers to women playing a full role in the UK economy.
She is also a former chairman of the CAM Foundation, the UK’s leading awards body for qualifications in marketing, advertising and public relations.
In addition, Susan is a Governor of Brighton & Hove High School for Girls, is an Accredited Member of the Public Relations Society of America, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and holds a diploma in Journalism from the UK’s National Council for the Training of Journalists.
Susan is a graduate and active alumna of University College London and she chairs UCL’s fundraising campaign board in the United States.
Susan is also on the board of the London School of Public Relations.
She has written two books - “Win New Business” (2002), and “Corporate Reputation: The New Currency” (2003) both published by Acorn/Thorogood. She is currently working on her next book – “The Sixth Former’s MBA” which will be published in the Autumn of 2013.
"Susan was really inspiring. I now have boosted confidence and feel energised. I have lots of tips to take away and put into practice."
DC, Association Of Teachers & Lecturers
Susan is an international trainer and meeting facilitator who works in the commercial, academic and non-profit sectors. Clients Susan has worked with include NatCen, The Football Association, Metropolitan, Policy Connect and The Royal College of Arts.
Susan runs highly interactive workshops which include debate, small group exercises and role playing. She likes to think of her classrooms as learning labs and believes that if people don't have fun, they don't learn very much. Susan's style of training includes sharing a lot of humour, anecdotes, case studies and personal experiences and she encourages participants to relax, network and enjoy the training experience.
Susan is also available for coaching.
“Susan was a great trainer - very helpful and supportive. She helped make the experience thought-provoking and informative.”
SB, Royal College of Art
“Susan was excellent. She was patient and delivered the course at exactly the right tempo.”
AM, St. Joseph's Hospice