Sue leads our global Life Sciences practice, headquartered from London.
Having been actively involved with the biotech sector for over three decades, Sue is passionate about helping to translate bioscience innovations into commercial and investor success. Her global experience covers advising early stage private to large multinational companies, supporting clients through periods of celebration and challenge, and supporting successful financings both privately and on public markets. She has also provided communications counsel to academic and not-for-profit organisations in addition to numerous venture funds.
A current member of the Board of the UK BioIndustry Association (BIA), Sue is an entrepreneur and business leader who has founded and sold three communications consultancies, an experienced CEO of a biotech spin-out and holder of non-executive positions. Sue was named as one of most inspirational women working in Life Sciences in in 2016 and again in 2017.
Sue has a first class degree in Biochemistry from Oxford University and an MBA from Cranfield Business School.