Sue Mobley is Director of Advocacy at Colloqate Design. She comes to Colloqate with over a decade of experience in New Orleans non-profit and policy sectors. Mobley holds a Bachelor of Arts from Loyola University New Orleans in Anthropology and a Masters of Arts in Political Science from the American University in Cairo. Her primary research interests are in urban studies, public history, and design ethnography with a focus on race, class, and gender. She is the author of Human Rights, Human Wrongs, Observation of Human Rights Law and Norms in United Nations Peacekeeping Operations.
Sue has been a presenter at the Fannie Mae Headqarters on affordable housing policy, and at the Public Interest Design Leadership Forum, Centering the Human in Human Centered Design. She has sat as a panelist at the Greater New Orleans Funders Network, the Center for Planning Excellence Smart Growth Summit, Surdna Foundation Board Site Visit in New Orleans, Urban Consulate, Urban Exchange, and the AIGA Design Conference, Central City by Design. Check out some of Sue’s talks and appearances below!