Susannah Osborne

Susannah Osborne

Communications Specialist
+44 (0) 333 012 4147
susannah@foodethicscouncil.org

Susannah is a writer and ex journalist, with 15 years’ experience of writing and editing for UK newspapers and magazines, and contributing to books.

She has written on a diverse range of topics from health to professional sport and was introduced to the world of food ethics whilst working as a researcher for The Guardian’s Felicity Lawrence, on her book Eat Your Heart Out: Why the food business is bad for the planet and your health. Alongside her media experience, Susannah has spent time as a copywriter working for numerous brands on campaigns and product launches.

Susannah holds a B.Sc in Human Sciences from UCL and has a PGCE in geography from the Institute of Education. She has experience of teaching and examining geography in London schools and continues to tutor A Level geography, where topics include food security, sustainability and the future of food.

Food issues have been a constant in Susannah’s life – her father is a passionate gardener who specialises in growing vegetables (particularly purple sprouting broccoli) and her mother a geographer and wonderful cook (despite her tendency to serve brown food in the 80s). In her spare time, you’ll find Susannah participating in sport of any kind – especially road cycling, running and skiing.