Sue has over 20 years experience in Human Resources and OD, operating at Director level in Local Government, NHS and policing. She is a Fellow of the CIPD and a qualified mediator and coach. Having participated in the judging activity for Best Partnership Awards last year, Sue is excited to learn about all the amazing submissions in our Best Talent Programme award category and hoping to find another Gold Award Winner!

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The Vice President’s Key Responsibilities

In general, each Vice President’s key responsibilities are as follows:

(i) to provide support to the President in providing highly visible leadership for the Association and to further the vision, values and objectives of the Association.

(ii) To ensure, together with the President and other Board members that the work of the association is undertaken according to our values.

(iii) To support the President in maintaining our existing relationships and building new relationships with partners, sponsors and other key stakeholders.

Other individual responsibilities are focused on the scope of each role.  For example the Vice President: Regions is responsible for regional liaison and familiarisation with regional issues and ensuring that these are taken into account nationally, where appropriate.