Suzi Clapham

Suzi Clapham is a Muruwari woman, she hSuzi Clapham is a Muruwari woman, she has held three principal-ships and has 35 years experience in rural and regional areas. Suzi is currently principal at Albion Park High in the Illawarra, NSW. Suzi has travelled widely in her career which spans 35 years and includes the Western Region, the North and South Coasts. Suzi’s background is as an English/History teacher and her passion, outside of Aboriginal Education and the Creative and Performing Arts, is fighting for equity and equal opportunities for the vulnerable, less able and marginalised.

Suzi has worked previously at the Board of Studies (now NESA) where she has held three principal-ships and has 35 years experience in rural and regional areas. Suzi is currently principal at Albion Park High in the Illawarra, NSW. Suzi has travelled widely in her career which spans 35 years and includes the Western Region, the North and South Coasts. Suzi’s background is as an English/History teacher and her passion, outside of Aboriginal Education and the Creative and Performing Arts, is fighting for equity and equal opportunities for the vulnerable, less able and marginalised.

Suzi has worked previously at the Board of Studies (now NESA) where she created NSW’s first significant early years Aboriginal literacy kit for schools; “Big Mob Books For Little Fullas”.

Suzi is a SPC representative of Aboriginal Education and asset management and she is a member of the AITSL panels overseeing accreditation of University teaching degrees.