Sue Mobley

Public Programs Manager
Fueled by coffee and peer reviewed articles

Sue comes to Small Center with a decade of experience in New Orleans nonprofit and advocacy sectors. With a background in political science, anthropology, and sociology, Sue pushes design students to think about the context of Small Center’s projects and partners’ work. As Public Programs Manager, Sue gathers people from different fields and backgrounds for great conversations about critical issues affecting New Orleans. She is also the lead researcher, writer, and organizer of Small Center’s exhibits, and runs Small Center’s evaluation process for past projects. Sue has an obsessive love of maps, and enjoys using her 8-year old son, Oran, as a guinea pig for projects.

Sue’s side hustles include: Co-Director at Paper Monuments

Recent Awards + Publications

Community Engaged Design

Surdna Foundation

Affordable housing exhibit pops up at Tulane City Center

Gambit

City Spotlight: New Orleans

Third Wave Urbanism

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