Susannah Bartlow is a writer, community member and educator living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her work bridges education with social movements to build stronger, more whole communities. Susannah works with Radical Well, an online gathering spot for healing and social justice; is a 2016-2017 Ex Fabula Fellow; and works as a Trauma-Informed Specialist with runaway and homeless youth in Milwaukee. She's also developing a yoga teaching practice, with a focus on practice for racial justice and on yoga for survivors of sexual violence.
Susannah is a U.S. East Coast native, hailing from southeastern Pennsylvania with several years also in Buffalo, New York. In 2008, she became the founding Director of the Women’s Center and contributing faculty in the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. As the founding director of the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center at Marquette University, she managed gender and LGBTQ+ programs and community work and taught in Women’s and Gender Studies, and got fired for a pretty good reason. Susannah earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Bryn Mawr College and a master of arts and a doctoral degree in English from University of Buffalo.