Sue Curtis is the administrator for The UK ADHD Network (UKAAN). Sue started her working career in data processing, working for a Merchant Bank in the City of London. She quickly progressed to Supervisor of 2 machine rooms servicing the banks Investment and Banking transactions. She later became a systems analyst, and designed and implemented a new payroll system for the banking group. Whilst remaining with the bank she made a career change into Travel, and was appointed Travel Manager for the banking group of companies, with responsibilities for consolidation of travel systems under a centralized control. She also managed a variety of other administerial functions on a day to day basis. After a long career with the bank, she decided to leave and took a year’s sabbatical, after which she started work for an Airline and Telecommunications company as UK Travel Co-ordinator. She later took on the role of Travel Manager for EUMEA, where she was responsible for all the operational management and travel related issues in the UK and regionally. Her achievements included the creation of a Global Hotel Program, and the design and implementation of an Electronic Travel Request System, which was adopted as the standard on a Global basis. Sue was also responsible for organising a number of global meetings and events for user groups within the airline community. Following redundancy, she went to work for a Business Travel Agency as Account Director, developing and implementing strategic business plans for a portfolio of some of the top business accounts with the agency, whilst supporting the Account Management team.