Sue has been a driving force behind the NHS 2012 Challenge, which helps all staff to become more active and live a healthier life using sport and other physical activities. Having launched the programme with little or no budget, it is down to her passion for really making a difference within the NHS workforce, that this scheme has been so successful. She's balanced regional work with national pressures, but continues to work far beyond the expectations of her role to support others in the field. She has brought together senior people from within the NHS and outside it, meeting with Sports governing bodies, activity providers, and many other organisations. To date some 45% of all 700 NHS orgs are engaged with staff taking up sports they've never tried before. It will be a real legacy from London 2012. Initially she done this on top of her day job!