Sue is the Chief Executive Officer of the Domestic Violence Crisis Service, she is an LGBTIQA+ community advocate as well as a passionate violence prevention and respectful relationships educator and advocate.
Sue has been working in this space and aligned violence response and primary prevention spaces for more than 18 years, having most recently worked at the Australian National University leading their Respectful Relationships Unit prior to taking her current role. She has contributed to the development of education programs including Oxford University Press program, Consent Matters and Griffith University’s MATE Bystander program.
She is currently a member of the ACT LGBTIQ+ Ministerial Advisory Council service as its Chair.
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