Susannah White

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Susannah joins Cox Inall with extensive experience in corporate communications and public relations, having worked with clients across the banking, mining, retail and not-for-profit sectors.

As a consultant at a leading Sydney based public relations agency, Susannah gained experience in handling complex issues for corporate clients and is skilled in issues management, media relations and corporate affairs. Susannah has project managed media training workshops for senior executives around Australia and the Asia Pacific, and has experience in developing and implementing strategic communications strategies for a variety of clients.

Most recently, Susannah worked for an international resources company where she developed a range of communications materials for internal stakeholders and regulators.

Susannah spent much of her childhood living in a remote part of the Northern Territory, and is now based on an Angus cattle stud near Mudgee NSW. She has a practical understanding of the issues facing regional areas and is a keen advocate for the Australian agricultural industry.

Susannah is in the final year of her postgraduate Law degree at the University of New England.

Areas of expertise:

  • Research, writing and editing
  • Strategic communications
  • Issues management

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Laws (Postgraduate) (currently completing), The University of New England
  • Bachelor of International and Global Studies (Government & International Relations Major), The University of Sydney

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