Sue Fidler,

Executive Director

Sue is a specialist charity consultant on internet, ICT and database issues. She offers IT, database and web knowledge for the benefit of the charity sector. Combining a practical understanding of fundraising, communications and wider charity issues with 'big picture' business and wide ranging IT knowledge, Sue is working to improve charities' use and understanding of the opportunities that ICT offers the charity sector.

Recent projects include: website specifications for NRAS and BSR; web development for Thames Hospicecare; strategy development with Sightsavers and Womankind; database development with Kids City and Vitalise.

Part of the ongoing development of many charity sites includes the development of email marketing, search engine marketing and social networking. Sue provides CharityeMail to more than 150 clients and is involved in long-term project development with clients such as MAF-UK, Aid to the Church in Need, PSMG and many more.

For 2.5 years Sue was Director of Communications and Solutions at Charity Technology Trust (CTT). At CTT she was responsible for e-communications, web development, delivery of web functionality and ICT consultancy.

While at CTT, Sue undertook projects including: an e-campaign with the Stop Climate Chaos coalition "I Count"; the WSPA "Animals Matter" campaign;  online fundraising projects with Amnesty International UK and Practical Action; IT and Database development with Send a Cow, Broadway,The Arts Fund, Prisoners of Conscience Appeal Fund.

Before that, Sue spent seven years as IT, Database and Internet Manager at overseas development charity, WaterAid. She has also worked as an 'all in one' fundraiser for the RSPCA at branch level, running the successful Paw Prints Appeal.

Sue is a regular contributor to sector publications and blogs, speaks at conferences and seminars on e-marketing, e-campaigning, web development and social networking and is a moderator of the Charity Web Forum. Sue has been CEO of the scientific development charity Science for Humanity for the past year.