Sue Carey is a seasoned development professional and international banker with extensive executive experience in management, strategic planning, governance, international trade, finance, project monitoring and evaluation. She has worked constructively with partners in large international programmes and projects in China (Xinjiang, Sichuan and Shanghai) on income generation via micro-enterprise / micro-finance for rural poverty reduction; business education – economics, banking, international trade, finance, and communications; the Caribbean (Jamaica) in public sector reform in trade/customs; and in South East Asia (Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam) on HIV/health policy reform and governance for mobile and migrant populations.
In collaboration with the World Bank, United Nations Development Fund, Global Fund on AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM), Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and Grand Challenges Canada, Ms Carey has designed successful project proposals for the South East Asia Region, Jamaica, and Ethiopia. As an editor, she has prepared research documents on migration and HIV for publication by the United Nations Regional Centre in Bangkok, Thailand (UNDP and UNIFEM).
As a Post-Secondary Educator, Ms Carey chaired the Business Department at Marianopolis College and was Area Representative on Faculty Affairs, Finance, Information Technology and Public Affairs Standing Committees. She taught International Business, Trade, Finance, Marketing, Personnel, and Humanities at Marianopolis and John Abbott Colleges, and Concordia University.