Lady Sue Woodford-Hollick
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"Lady Sue Woodford-Hollick is a businesswoman and consultant with wide ranging experience in broadcasting and the arts. She is a former current affairs producer and documentary maker for Granada Television and a founding commissioning editor for Channel 4 television.
"Sue recently retired after nine years as chair of the Arts Council England in London. She has chaired and been a trustee of numerous arts organisations including: Tate Members, Index on Censorship, Talawa Theatre Company and the Theatre Museum. She is the founder and co-owner of Bringing Up Baby Ltd, a London-based childcare company. Currently Sue is also a trustee of AMREF (African Medical Research Foundation), Africa’s largest health NGO, based in Nairobi and she chairs the Amref UK board. She is also a trustee of the Free Word Centre and Complicite Theatre Company."
She is married to Lord Hollick of Notting Hill.
- Patron, Runnymede Trust
- Member, Cultural Strategy Group
- Trustee (chair), Leaders' Quest