Sue is passionate about working with young people and believes strongly in supporting young people to be able to make informed choices and to grow in self-confidence and awareness, in ensuring that they have opportunities to socialise in a safe environment, develop friendships and learn new skills.
She completed her science degree (BSc. hons Science in the Environment) and obtained a BA in Informal and Community Education.
Sue has a wide range of interests including reading, swimming, Tia Chi, travel, arts and crafts (although she confesses to being rubbish at it!), singing in a choir, films, eating out, general socialising and doing her best to live in and enjoy the moment!