Journalist

Sue is one of the country's leading personal finance experts and writes for a huge range of magazines, newspapers and websites.   'Money Talk' is Sue's own moneysaving column which appears in My Weekly magazine packed with the latest discounts, deals and ways to save. 

Just a few of the magazines Sue's written for include Good Housekeeping, Prima, Essentials, Woman, Woman & Home, Practical Parenting, Woman's Weekly, She, Bella, Choice and Glamour.

Newspaper credits include the Independent on Sunday, Observer, Daily Express, Sun and Sunday Times and Sue is a regular contributor to many online sites including lovemoney.com, confused.com, MSN Money and the parenting website Parentdish.

 

TV & Radio

Sue is a lively and enthusiastic broadcaster with a passion for moneysaving and is a regular guest on Sky News, BBC Breakfast and Radio 2's Jeremy Vine Show as well as being interviewed on the Steve Wright Show and BBC Radio 4's You and Yours.

From sharing savvy shopping tricks to ways to get your money back and avoid being ripped off, Sue loves investigating a good consumer story and exposing scams and small print. 

Sue talks money matters on radio stations across the country and is a regular guest across the morning shows on BBC Scotland and has also presented consumer phone-in shows for both BBC 3CR and BBC Northampton.

Speaking

Sue is a passionate and entertaining speaker and able to talk on a vast range of topics including how to manage your money and property issues, and from student finance to boosting your business through the media. 

Sue has spoken at numerous events including the National Association of Estate Agents' annual conference and property seminars and as an experienced presenter can also host events.  

With her background in broadcasting Sue frequently hosts media training events where she teams up with the media strategist Michelle Drapeau. From sharing presentation advice to helping small businesses boost their media profile Sue is able to offer clients a range of training packages.