Susan Stos began her career in educational publishing in Canada after attaining a BA Honours in English Literature. She later changed media and learned television production and journalism while working in the national newsroom of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Upon emigrating to South Africa, she became the first producer/director of a new current affairs program, Carte Blanche, which dared to ask questions of the apartheid regime. She went on to become executive producer of Carte Blanche Africa, broadcast to the continent.
She obtained a Master's degree in journalism from the University of the Witwatersrand for which she wrote a thesis on journalism ethics, specifically checkbook journalism. She has lectured post-graduate journalism students at the University of Johannesburg, and written and delivered papers on the subject.
She is currently lecturing, writing and updating a program she developed for schools entitled APPLY Ethics™, which teaches high school students how to make ethical decisions.
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