Susan joins the Talent Rewire team at FSG with experience working towards communications, media, and outreach goals for organizations committed to systemic social change. As Talent Rewire’s manager of communications and storytelling, Susan will support all communications strategies, help shape brand presence, and distribute content about the Initiative’s programs and research.
Susan comes to FSG with previous experience working in fair housing, public health, nonprofit publishing, and entertainment (film/tv). At the core of their work is a belief in the ways compelling, accessible storytelling can shift our narratives about the world and how it should work.
- University of Southern California, BA, Media Arts & Practice
On Working at FSG
At FSG, I am surrounded by colleagues who are not only unafraid to ask the hard questions about the world but also courageous enough to never settle on the easy answers. I joined Talent Rewire because I was compelled by its mission to help employers unlock the business potential of Opportunity Employment. I could see both the immediate and long-lasting impacts that engaging with employment practices could have on the lives of those who have been systemically marginalized. I’m excited to learn, re-learn, and implement with a team committed to doing better.