Sue Cripps has been working with and providing strategic advice on social issues for more than twenty years. She was the founding CEO of Homelessness NSW in 2004, a leading public voice on homelessness that has seen her working across a wide range of social policy issues as solutions are sought to end homelessness.
She is a 2011 Churchill Fellow investigating international models of service integration to end homelessness. Sue holds post-graduate qualifications in health management. She has held senior management roles in not for profit human services and has worked in Housing NSW.
Sue has knowledge and experience in the homelessness, housing support, mental health and community service arena. With a track record of achievement within Australia, Sue has worked with organisations across the public and not for profit sectors to help them review and refine their service models to best position them to deliver high quality human services in a rapidly changing environment.
Areas of expertise:
- Housing support
- Service integration
- Partnership and collaboration