Speaker & Facilitator – selection of stills of Suzy’s work

Dr Suzy Walton - videos

Suzy Walton being interviewed for Limitless 2023 (edited version – 9 minutes)

Suzy Walton chairing global governance panel (edited version - 6 minutes 25 seconds)

Suzy Walton live broadcast interview with entrepreneur Luke Johnson (20 minutes)

Suzy Walton live broadcast interview with Sir John Scarlett, former head of MI6 (30 minutes)

Suzy Walton interviewing Sir Simon Stevens (9 minutes)  

Suzy Walton chairing governance panel (opening segment - 22 seconds)

IoD Convention Video 2014 (2m 30sec edit)

Selection of Dr Suzy Walton’s early radio work

Suzy was presenter, producer and editor of Time Off, a weekly radio travel programme. She travelled the world, peeking into known and unknown holiday destinations and sampling other cultures. Below is a selection of her travel pieces. Each is edited to give a flavour of her work. All pieces were recorded by Suzy alone, on location.



Concorde – Day Trip to Barbados

Concorde – Xmas Lunch

Cruising – Mediterranean

Cruising – South America




Geneva + Paris


Hong Kong

Mallorca – an assistance company 


Swiss Aviation School


USA Motorhome



“Suzy spoke at GNDI’s global conference, chairing a panel on governance trends. Our conference was unique – it ran for 24 hours in all time zones around the world. Suzy was a great host and very professionally juggled speakers, a production team and a studio - all on different continents!”
“Suzy delivered a powerful and thought provoking speech showing that anything is possible if you have courage – an excellent addition to any event programme.”
“Thank you very much for coming to the University of Hertfordshire to talk to us. I genuinely felt moved and absolutely inspired by your life and work. You have made my experience on the programme so much more valuable and I hope to have an ounce of the strength you have going forward.”
“Suzy was Chair for the inaugural event in London of the KPMG forum Women in Aerospace, Defence and Intelligence. We had an international audience across government, the military and industry including guests from the U.S.Air Force and the Pentagon. Suzy chaired the event skilfully including sharing her own reflections on key issues in relation to women in leadership.”
“Suzy spoke again at our Annual Convention at the Royal Albert Hall. As before – she was a phenomenal success!”

“Suzy gave a talk in London at the 30% Club. She believes you don’t always need a plan to succeed. She shared how she came to prominence in a number of professions – not through setting a strategy – but through a series of ‘lucky escapes’. Where one door closed another opened and Suzy exploited it. Our audience loved Suzy’s keynote. She was engaging, humorous and brutally honest. I’ve never before introduced someone where my opening line is “between us we have 15 children…..!”

“Suzy spoke at our Convention at the Royal Albert Hall and chaired a panel of global business leaders. With an audience of two thousand it’s challenging for any speaker. Suzy handled it with flair and panache. Suzy also spoke at our Women in Business conference in Pall Mall. Many found Suzy’s talk to be exceptionally motivating. On both occasions she was terrific.”

“Suzy hosted an inspiring session entitled ‘Overcoming Challenges and Building Resilience’ drawing extensively on her own remarkable experiences and insight. We found her incredibly open and approachable. A very enjoyable and unique session.”
“Many thanks for last night. Everyone was impressed by your positive attitude and your determination to succeed: this kind of role-modelling is so important to give people the courage to make the most of their lives and to overcome things that can get in the way. Female role models such as yourself are very important to help us become more equal and more inclusive – particularly at senior levels.”
“Suzy was an inspirational voice at a major conference we ran. Her openness and experience make her an articulate role model for women in leadership and those aspiring to be leaders. She was also very approachable, spending time with our delegates, speakers and staff, and being a guest blogger on our website. This is a valuable combination: a member of the boardroom who remembers what it takes to build your career.”
“Suzy talked to our women’s network about the barriers she’d overcome in her various careers and on body language techniques that anybody can use. We found the talk ‘Climbing the Glass Cliff’ inspirational and at the end she had everyone in the room using the techniques in a simulated briefing to 400 bagpipe players – a memorable day!”

“A high-flying civil servant, Suzy overcame many of the barriers that prevent working mothers getting to the top.”

“Many thanks for the session. You were truly a hit. The impact you had was one of awe – for what you had achieved, the amount you had crammed into your life and that you were still human!”
“Thank you so much for coming. The sensitive and analytical way in which you presented gave the girls an extremely clear view of the ways they could improve. Your coverage of technique, public speaking, the cut and thrust of debate etc were all excellent in providing the girls with feedback. To have someone who has achieved so much provides an awe-inspiring role model to have someone who has managed to combine a variety of roles with being a mother of three gives the girls an excellent example of what they too can achieve.”

Articles in National Press

Social Security Advisory Committee 2024

“Dr Suzy Walton”

The importance of listening: Dr Suzy Walton reflects on her new role with SSAC

IoD Role Models 2024

“Dr Suzy Walton”

“Be your own counsel – your own judge and jury” – Suzy Walton CDir, multi-sector board director

IoD News, July/August 2010

“Having it All”

A piece about Suzy’s achievements

Guardian, January 2008

“Out of the Darkness”

A piece about Suzy’s struggle to combine widowhood with a career in central government.

Financial Times, May 2008

“A tough test for would-be directors”

A piece featuring Suzy upon her achievement of Chartered Director status

Daily Telegraph, January 2004

“How to have it all, the Whitehall way”

A piece about Suzy, her various careers and motherhood