Sue moved to London to work in the not-for-profit sector some twenty years ago – having been inspired by a documentary about the Terence Higgins Trust. She worked with The Food Chain, an HIV/AIDS charity, for five years and since then she has worked for a number of different charities in service delivery, administration and office management roles. More recently Sue retrained as an accountant.
Sue works part-time for the Office of the Green MEPS, as well as marking accountancy exams on a freelance basis. Sue has always been interested in social and environmental impact. When she lived in Homerton, she established a small charity to plant wildflower meadows, and collaborated with local artists to promote the project. Last year Sue launched a blog, ‘Where stuff comes from’, to explore the impact of her own day-to-day choices.