Sue White, Presenter
Sue White is a freelance features and travel writer whose stories have featured in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Vogue Australia, Travel + Leisure (Australia), Sun Herald Travel, Women’s Health, Vogue Entertaining + Travel, CNN Traveller, the South China Morning Post, Good Health, various ABC outlets, Green Living, Green Lifestyle magazine and numerous other publications in both Australia and overseas.
Her features work has seen her interview everyone from Ita Buttrose to Julian Assange’s lawyer for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. As a travel writer, Sue has trekked to the source of fairtrade chocolate in Belize, checked out Gianni Versace’s 24-carat gold toilet in Miami and toured Maui in a bio-diesel VW, just for starters. Her travel writing currently concentrates on family travel and she recently launched a website for parents called Babies Who Travel.
Sue wore a variety of writing-oriented career hats before choosing it as a full-time career. For a decade she worked as a communications specialist for organisations such as The University of Sydney’s George Institute, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority, and numerous children’s cancer charities, including RedKite. When her schedule allows, she still takes on copywriting projects. Clients include IAG, the Think Education Group and its affiliates, Macquarie University Hospital, the British Council, National Dental Care and everyone from psychologists to property developers. Sue is also a member of the Foreign Correspondents Association.
Sue teaches Freelance Writing Stage 1, Professional Business Writing and Travel Writing.
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