She is the author of two powerful books, "The essence of womanhood: Re-awakening the authentic feminine" and "Dance your way to the top: Feminine Leadership without burning out". And her pedigree is impeccable.
Susie has lived through a period of the greatest revolutions of all time for woman. Being in her 60s, she grew up during the second wave of feminism. as a consequence she enjoyed freedom her mother never had, particularly in her careers.
Yes that is careers plural, because these days- who has just one? She has been a buyer of Marks and Spencer, a shoe designer, a horticulturist featured at the Chelsea Flower Show and more.