Sue Turner named Chair-Elect of FCI's Board of Trustees
The Faculty of Clinical Informatics (FCI) is delighted to announce Sue Turner OBE as Chair-Elect of the Board of Trustees. Sue's appointment will be confirmed at the FCI AGM on 30 September.
Sue Turner has dedicated her career to growing organisations and helping people improve their prospects. The first in her family ever to go to university, she is a Law graduate from the University of Bristol and has a reputation for combining innovation with scrupulous good governance in private, not-for-profit and public sectors. She was awarded the OBE in June 2021 for Services to Social Justice.
Sue is currently completing her MSc in Artificial Intelligence and Data Science and has founded AI Governance Limited, a purpose-driven consultancy which advises businesses and policy makers on pragmatic AI, data ethics and governance issues and making a positive societal impact. She is a Non Executive Director and Chair of the Remuneration & Nominations Committee for Cornish Mutual Assurance, the farming insurance experts.
She was previously Chief Executive Officer of Quartet Community Foundation, one of the oldest and largest community foundations in the UK. During her tenure, she more than doubled the charity’s permanent endowment to over £50 million and increased annual grant-making to over £5 million to support charitable organisations across the West of England. She has extensive experience of the changes taking place in UK philanthropy and has supported businesses and individuals to achieve more impact from their philanthropy.
Sue’s career encompasses time as Director of Communications for The Bristol Port Company (the UK’s most centrally located deep sea port), South West Director for the CBI (“the voice of UK business”) and Director of a national charity which worked with businesses to encourage young people to study Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
She lives in Somerset, UK, with her husband and has two children.