Suzanne Lewis

Suzanne is a rural issues specialist with a keen mind when it comes to identifying and managing potential risks, as well as creating strategies to pro-actively communicate with target audiences.

She has extensive experience writing content for publications from annual reports to brochures, and managing the production process. Suzanne is skilled in liaison with an organisation’s internal and external stakeholders and with rural and regional media.

Having grown up in the NSW Central West on a mixed farming enterprise, Suzanne has a thorough understanding of rural life and knowledge of the technical aspects of farming.

Prior to joining Cox Inall in 2005, Suzanne spent three years working in conservative politics and ran the regional programs area for the then NSW State Chamber of Commerce. She also spent three years in the UK, freelancing in areas such as health, construction, rail infrastructure and safety and in the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

Areas of expertise

  • Issues management
  • Communications strategy development
  • Writing and publication management


  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Social Science, University of Technology

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