Name : Professor Sue Christie Company : Action Renewables Position : Unpaid director Role :Sue will now sit on the Action Renewables board for five years, and will be responsible for strategic guidance and direction. Track record :Professor Sue Christie has been the Director of Northern Ireland Environment Link (NIEL), the networking and forum body for voluntary environmental organisations in Northern Ireland, since 1991. She is an ecologist, originally from the USA, with an MSc and PhD in Ecology and Behavioural Biology.
Professor Sue Christie
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