Sue is an accomplished strategic advisor and evaluator who draws on her experience across multiple policy sectors to bring insight into complex social policy problems. She works with and within government and with the not-for profit sector to lead service and system design, development and evaluation across child protection, family violence, disability, social housing, youth and community engagement and environmental policy. She is the principal investigator for the evaluation of Resilient Families, one of the first NSW Social Benefit Bonds, in which private investment has been used to fund child protection outcomes. A significant component of her work is in community and stakeholder engagement. She uses co-design and other forms of facilitation to enable collective approaches to service design and delivery principles, outcome frameworks, and evaluation.