Susannah works to improve governance in the transition mineral supply chain, with a particular focus on preventing corruption, as part of NRGI’s work to accelerate the just energy transition.

Prior to joining NRGI, Susannah worked for Transparency International U.K. and the U.K. Anti-Corruption Coalition. She has worked closely with governments and parliaments on a range of anticorruption reforms addressing illicit financial flows, procurement, and political integrity. This included advocating for good governance of transition minerals, and extractives more broadly, and participating in the U.K. EITI Civil Society Network and U.K. Open Government Network.

Susannah has a master’s in international relations from King’s College London and a master’s (honours) in history and politics from the University of Glasgow.