Sue Lomas


Sue was born in Birmingham and moved to the North West for her first teaching job in 1978.  She taught Geography for 20 years before moving into school improvement work in Salford.  Sue now has her own consulting business working in a variety of educational fields.  She is a qualified Ofsted inspector and has worked as an Associate Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University.  Sue has a passion for her subject, and has been a member of its professional body, the Geographical Association for many years, including being its President in 2006.  She works on a voluntary basis to enthuse young people about the subject and is the chair of the association's youth arm 'Worldwise'. Sue has been a member of several school governing bodies and has also worked as an assessor for the Duke of Edinburgh's Award.

A member of Girlguiding since she was eight years' old, Sue is now a trustee of the national organisation.  She is passionate about promoting the opportunities Girlguiding offers to girls and young women and has recently completed her term of office as Region Chief Commissioner for North West England.  Sue is also national chair of the charity 'Youth United' which supports the work of the ten largest uniformed organisations across the UK.

 

Sue is married to Ian and lives in Culcheth, Warrington. She has one daughter who works as a teacher in London.

 

Sue was appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant in 2015.