Lady Sue Woodford Hollick
Sue Woodford-Hollick (Lady Hollick) is a businesswoman and consultant with wide-ranging experience in broadcasting and the arts. She is a former current affairs producer and documentary maker for Granada Television and a founding commissioning editor of Channel 4 Television. Sue is also the former chair of Arts Council England, London. She has chaired and been a trustee of numerous arts and human rights organisations, including: Tate Members; Index on Censorship; Theatre de Complicite; Free Word; AMREF Health Africa, Africa’s largest public health NGO; She was the founder and co-owner of a successful London based childcare company, which was sold in 2019. Currently Sue is a trustee of Music for my Mind, a new charity which brings personalised music to dementia patients and their carers. She recently retired after 6 years on the Board of Reprieve and chair of the Development Committee. In 2011, she was appointed OBE for services to the arts.