Sue England is the Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Technical Director for World Vision International based in Sydney, Australia. World Vision is one of the largest international NGOs in the world and delivers community based maternal, newborn and child health programs in more than 60 developing countries worldwide. Sue has worked for World Vision for the last 7 years and has spent the last 15 years of her career supporting mothers and babies in developing countries. Prior to joining WV she has worked for Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in South Sudan and spent 2 years in East Timor as an advisor to a USAID funded project. She holds qualifications in nursing, midwifery, child and family health, sexual health, public health and education. Prior to starting her international work Sue was a consultant midwife in Australia specialising in clinical midwifery education and provided primary health care in remote central Australia. Sue’s current advocacy, policy and programming expertise centres on community mobilisation for the prevention of maternal and newborn deaths in PNG, Cambodia and East Africa. Sue has been an advisory board member to the WHO Collaborating Centre for nursing and midwifery at University Technology Sydney (UTS) since it’ s inauguration in 2009.