Sue Ingram

PhD candidate
Contact details
+61 2 6125 7047
Room: 5117

Sue Ingram has a long career in public policy, peacebuilding and international development, including 16 years as a senior executive in various social policy areas of the Australian Government, several appointments in UN peacekeeping missions in Timor-Leste before and after independence, head of RAMSI’s Machinery of Government pillar, and Principal Governance Adviser in AusAID. More recently she has worked as an independent consultant/adviser focusing on governance and statebuilding in fragile and conflict-affected states for AusAID, the World Bank, UNDP and OECD. Sue is now studying full-time towards a PhD with SSGM.

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