Adjunct Professor Sue Fyfe is a community and academic leader with senior management, governance and strategic experience and a strong teaching and research record in public health, disability, health services and education. Sue currently consults in and specializes in public health research and development, focusing on social issues such as food security, affordable housing and family and domestic violence. She is committed to building strong, resilient communities with educational opportunities for all. She has lived in the Peel region for 25 years and has contributed her skills and expertise as Deputy Chair of the Peel Development Commission (2015-2017), a Board member of the Peel Community Development Group (PCDG)(2014-2018), Peel Harvey Catchment Council Board ( 2018-present) Forest Discovery Centre in Dwellingup (2011-present, Chair 2014-2019). Dwellingup Community Village project group (2015-2018), Mandurah Primary School Board (2019-present) and is a committee member of the Dwellingup Community Compact. Sue also holds visiting academic positions at Curtin University (Australia) and the University of Derby (UK) where she researches and supervises PhD students.