Sue Dzendzera has been the CEO of Gingerbread Corner, a child-care charity (now with a turnover of £1m) for over 30 years.
Sue has held a number of other roles during that period, including Non-Executive Director, for over eight years, at a major hospital trust and chair of a number of local multi-agency panels (including the Domestic Violence Joint Planning Team). Sue was instrumental in setting up Croydon HomeStart and the workplace nursery at Croydon University Hospital, and she chaired the Selhurst Community First Panel, which awarded over £101,000 in grants to local organisations.
In addition to Chairing CVA (for the second time) and having a private psychotherapy practice, Sue’s interests include painting, knitting, board gaming and being involved in her local community of Crystal Palace. Sue has a Masters in Change Management, Post Graduate Diplomas in Business Research and in Human Givens, and an NVQ 5 in Management.