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Susan Greenaway

Susan Greenaway was born in, and has spent most of her life in, the City of Nottingham. After training to be a school teacher at Edge Hill University in the 1970s she has spent all of her working life in primary and higher education. Since 1995 Susan has worked as a Researcher and Lecturer in Nottingham. Her roles have included the development of the Success for All literacy project and the UK’s national Scitt programme at the University of Nottingham. She has lectured in Primary Education at Nottingham Trent University and acted as a Researcher for a Special Educational Needs report for the University of Reading. In 2000 Susan completed an MA in Children’s Literature and in 2011 a BA in Fine Art at the University of Nottingham. Since graduating she has been an active member of the Socket collective, producing large scale photography using light and man-made materials, and has exhibited at Cork Street Open, London (2012), the Djanogly Gallery Nottingham (2011), Carnival of Monsters Nottingham (2012, 2014), Deda in Derby (2014), for example. Susan was also a School Governor for sixteen years and has been a Director at Bromley House Library since 2008. She is committed to promoting the City of Nottingham working as an Ambassador for the University of Nottingham and the city on annual visits to Malaysia and China.