Sue Hampton will be speaking at the Marvellous Women Conference
A former primary school teacher, Sue always had a passion for English and a desire to work with young children. In 1981, she lost all her hair and began to live with alopecia, which for twenty-eight years meant a series of increasingly convincing wigs to preserve her ‘secret’. Sue is now in demand as a visiting author & leading inspiring workshops and lectures in schools and universities across the county. She will share how her experiences as a woman with alopecia have shaped her as an author. Shunning stereotypes, media spin-offs and marketing trends, Sue values language and real-life courage.
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