Sue was a committee member of Northwood Holocaust Memorial Day Education Events, the forerunner of Holocaust Learning UK, before becoming a trustee. Sue is passionate about the importance of young people learning about the Holocaust as part of our efforts to encourage tolerance, understanding and respect, and to build a better, safer, more humane and inclusive society for all.

As a trustee for HLUK, Sue takes a particular interest in and responsibility for the training of our volunteers who facilitate the workshops for students attending our programme. Sue has been practising as a clinical psychologist for over 30 years and she specialises in working with children, adolescents, young adults and their families.