Susan Loucks is the principal of Susan Loucks Consulting, working with organizations that are interested in creating as good a world on the inside of their organizations as they are striving to build on the outside. She designs and facilitates processes for change, planning, skill building, and organizational improvement with particular attention to broad and effective participation and power dynamics within organizations. She has worked as an organizational development consultant for nonprofits independently, with the Human and Institutional Development Forum in Bangalore, India, and with the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management at Robert Morris University.
She earned a BA degree from Wellesley College, a MS degree from the University of Michigan, and a certificate in Grassroots Development and NGO Management from the School for International Training. Susan has qualifications/certifications in Appreciative Inquiry, Sociocracy, Community Mediation, Grassroots Development and NGO Management, and the Art of Transformational Consulting (Social Transformation Project).