Sue is accountable for driving the sustainability vision and strategy for Worley, advising the Board and management on emerging sustainability and climate issues. Prior to this role Sue was Group Director of Corporate Affairs, with responsibility for government engagement, external communications and sustainability performance.
Sue represents Worley on matters with customers, governments, investors, NGOs, and academics, and leads delivery of initiatives to promote Worley’s thought leadership on sustainability, build sustainability culture and support achievement of company purpose and strategy.
Sue joined Worley in 2012 to lead the Environment and Society consulting group in Melbourne and has acted in senior advisory roles within Advisian. She also led sustainability teams for BP and AGL. Sue has deep domain expertise honed over 20+ years working on the ESG issues of the energy, chemicals, and resource industries globally. Prior to joining Worley Sue led sustainability teams in the energy sector.
Sue holds an Honors degree in Chemical Engineering and Bachelor of Science from the University of Melbourne and a Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management and Development (Climate Change) from the Australian National University.