Susan Mazur-Stommen is a cultural anthropologist who has researched culture, behavior, and sustainability for over twenty years. Her work has included such high points as testifying before Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley with bright pink hair. Any given work day might find her:
Hanging out in a metal fabrication shop in Chicago listening for air pump leaks.
Taking pictures of people's underwear drawers and asking about laundry pain points in suburban SoCal.
Eating goat burgers on a farm in rural Alabama; or trying a 'slug' burger at Borroum's, the oldest drugstore in Mississippi.