"Susan is a scholar-practitioner and futurist supporting transformative learning and change in human systems. She selects projects with high leverage to influence the unfolding future along a more life-affirming, integral trajectory. Her degrees include a B.S. in Engineering Physics, an M.S. in Chemical Engineering, and a Ph.D. in Integral Studies. Susan brings over 20 years’ experience as a corporate executive, international consultant, and engineer, and in program development, teaching, and research. She held corporate positions in the defense, semiconductor, and demolition industries, was Associate Professor of Management at Antioch University Seattle, and holds a US patent for SIPONT. Her programs for improving the workplace and the environment received multiple state awards. Susan’s work with global system transformation began during the Cold War as she collaborated with Aeroflot in a charter flight exchange, operating Soviet aircraft between Alaska and the militarily closed Soviet Far East. Her recent work emphasizes leadership capacity building, particularly with women, as a strategy for positive global systems change. Susan works with the Arlington Institute, a futurist think tank in Washington D.C., and is on the international faculty for everyONE-USA—Integral Africa, an emerging leadership development program based in Ethiopia." 
Resources and articles
- Susan Cannon, Kore Leadership, accessed September 1, 2007.