Susal Stebbins Collins

MA, SIT Graduate Institute
BA, St. Louis Conservatory of Music


Adjunct Faculty
Conflict Transformation

Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management
Susal Stebbins Collins teaches intercultural communication and the arts in SIT's Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management program. She has worked at the nexus of formal and informal education, social change, interculturalism, and the arts for over 20 years. Her previous positions include adjunct instructor at Macalester College; teaching assistant at SIT Graduate Institute; director of Arya Tara School for Buddhist nuns in Kathmandu, Nepal; and grants and publications coordinator for Self-Enhancement, Inc., an inner-city youth development organization in Oregon. Susal has served as board chair and co-founder of several progressive coalitions that advocate and conduct popular education for social and economic justice on the state, national, and international level. In addition to traditional academic subjects and citizen advocacy, her teaching experience includes peer counseling, mindfulness meditation, English as a second language, and wind instruments. Susal's professional and creative work has included music performance, photography, graphic design, writing, and editing.

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