Originally from Boston, Susannah Shattuck currently lives in San Francisco. She works for Prezi, a Hungarian-based startup that creates presentation software. She graduated in 2013 from Yale University, where she studied history and fine art. Susannah spent her academic career studying the power of art and culture to transform both individuals and society, and she is currently interested in the role of technology and entrepreneurship in shaping and mis-shaping communities. San Francisco is a particularly interesting place to study these issues, and Susannah enjoys spending her time trying to learn more about the complex web of relationships that the tech industry has wrought on this city and its inhabitants. Susannah is a Humanity in Action Senior Fellow (France 2013).
Updated May 2019
More from Susannah Shattuck
Studying the Past to Build the Future
Senior Fellow Susannah Shattuck, a MBA/MPP candidate at Stanford Graduate School of Business speaks on how entrepreneurial disrupters need to take the right lessons from the past to understand the impact innovations will have on human behavior.
City in Flux: The Impact of San Francisco's Tech Industry on Local Communities and the Non-Profit Organizations that Serve Them