Sue currently works as a Director of the Office of the President the Czech Senate. Formerly a Press Secretary of the Senate, she is a first woman of colour to assume such responsibilities in the upper chamber of the Parliament of the Czech Republic. She has been providing expertise in both international and domestic issues, managing relations with various stakeholders and co-organising high-profile visits and events. Her professional background is in PR & communications, politics, public diplomacy, international development, digital democracy and civic participation. Building upon previous work experience from the organisations such as the United Nations, a civic-tech company Democracy 21 and the British Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, she is keen to explore new forms of leadership which facilitate effective team collaboration, create space for learning, reflection and innovation, and value diversity at the workplace. She holds a degree in Political Science from SOAS, University of London, and Charles University in Prague.

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