Suky Bhaker is CEO at the Suzy Lamplugh Trust. She brings over 15 years' experience to the role, having worked in the public, NGO and charity sectors to tackle gender-based violence in the UK and abroad. Suky has been with the Trust for over five years, holding the positions of Head of Policy and Development, and more recently Interim CEO, and prior to this, she worked as the Chief Operating Officer for Paladin, the National Stalking Advocacy Service.

In addition to working in frontline services, Suky has worked in policy, research and development capacities, with areas of speciality in the VAWG sector including trafficking, honour-based violence, domestic and sexual violence, in addition to Stalking.

Suky was heavily involved in the successful coercive control campaign, to bring law change in domestic violence in the UK. Following the tragic death of Jo Cox MP, Suky was seconded from Suzy Lamplugh Trust as an adviser to the Parliamentary Security Department, supporting and advising MPs and their staff in issues relating to personal safety, stalking and harassment. 

Suky has most recently been the Programme Director for multiple complex national projects, including the world-first Multi-Agency Stalking Intervention Programme, which has received local and international interest and has been shortlisted for a number of awards.