Sue Ingram

(Ordinary Member) Sue is deeply interested in exploring practical ways to improve the breadth and responsiveness of representation in our national and territory political systems and the accountability of elected representatives to their constituents and to the wider society they represent.

Her interest in governance flows from a career as a senior executive in the Australian Government, as a senior member of post-conflict peacebuilding missions in the Indo-Pacific region, as principal governance adviser in AusAID and as an international governance consultant. She is currently an honorary fellow at the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific researching the operation of political institutions in post-conflict states.