Moving towards her personal life, Susan Carland belongs to white ethnicity and her nationality is Australian. He got married to her husband, Waleed Aly in Melbourne Zoo. From their beautiful relationship, Susan and Waleed Aly has two children, a daughter Aisha Aly and a son.
Susan began her career appearing on the commercial and public radio. Later, Carland worked as the host for a series named "Assumptions’’ that aired on ABC’s Radio National. Currently, Carland is working as a paper reviewer on the ABC TV’s News Breakfast.
Her outstanding performance on the ABC Tv’s was highly appreciated finally leading her way to several other hit TV series like Agony series, Q&A, Studia Ten and The Circle.
In 2004, Carland was named Australian Muslim of the Year. And later in 2012, she was placed on the 20 Most Influential Australian Female Voices list by The Age. Furthur, Carland was listed on 500 Most Influential Muslims in the World list and was also honored with the title of a ‘’Muslim Leader of Tomorrow’’ by the UN Alliance of Civilizations.
From the Melbourne University Carland published her first monograph, ‘’Fighting Hislam’’. Later, she along with Professor Gary Bouma co-authored ‘’The Research Process(7th edition), that was published by the Oxford University Press. Besides these, she also writes in local and international newspaper, academic journals, websites, and anthologies.
Susan Carland makes an attractive amount of money from her career. Through the exact figures regarding her net worth is not available her net worth is assumed to be in millions of dollars.