Sue Sanders regularly appears on TV and radio, and has been a keynote speaker and workshop leader in conferences on diversity, homophobia, and LGBT issues.
Sue was one of the founders of Schools OUT and instigated LGBT History Month, which is now celebrated in February every year.
Sue Sanders has been a member of the LGBT Advisory Group to the Metropolitan Police, an independent advisor to the London Criminal Justice Board, vice-chair of the Southwark Anti–homophobic Forum, and a consultant to the Crown Prosecution Service. She is also a member of the Cross-Government Independent Advisory Group on Hate Crime.
She has directed many plays in London's fringe theatres and has been involved in the production of radio programmes for ABC in Sydney; she’s also written poetry and short stories.
Awards and recognition
She was rated number 53 in the Pink List 2010, 43 in the Pink List 2011, 55 in the Pink List 2012 (jointly with Tony Fenwick), 54 in the World Pride Power List 2013, and 51 in the World Pride Power List 2014.
- http://www.schools-out.org.uk/?resources=chrysalis-safer-schools. Accessed: 2016-07-16. (Archived by WebCite® at http://www.webcitation.org/6j2baY3YJ)
- http://www.c-h-e.org.uk/achievementawards.shtml CHE website.
- http://lgbthistorymonth.org.uk/stuart-milk-hands-honorary-professorship-to-sue-sanders-at-historic-event/ LGBT History Month website