Suzy Glass is a producer and facilitator. She moves ideas around between people, with a focus on transition and emerging futures.
Suzy is interested in finding ways to build collective knowledge and intelligence. She designs and implements learning and engagement processes that support us to think beyond our individual boundaries. Her work helps people to frame and broach complex problems that contribute to shifting paradigms. Suzy is a big fan of uncertainty: this is where powerful ideas take on their form.
Current work includes: facilitating a Community of Practice with the Built Environment and Finance & Capital Markets teams at the Laudes Foundation; project managing C Change, a decarbonisation programme for 103 and the Urban Land Institute; developing a community of interest with the Emerging Futures team at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Suzy spent the first few years of her professional life within the cultural sector. She moved between funding, sector development work, and producing complex interdisciplinary projects. She worked with and for a number of artists and organisations including Arts Council England, Creative Scotland, the BBC, Edinburgh Futures Institute and Edinburgh Art Festival.
She continues to maintain her connections with the cultural sector: she firmly believes that artistic imagination and creativity play a vital role in helping us to transition to a future in which we can all thrive.