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 Granda Television and a founding commissioning editor for Channel 4. Sue recently retired after nine years as chair of Arts Council England, 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 Limited, a London based childcare company. Currently Sue is a trustee of AMREF (African Medical Research Foundation), Africa’s largest health NGO, based in Nairobi. She chairs the Leader’s Quest Foundation and is a trustee of Complicité Theatre Company. She was appointed an OBE in 2011 for services to the arts.