Nathan Suter is the Executive Director of Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, VT and a practicing artist living in Burlington. Compelled by the mission to create a just and peaceful world, Suter will contribute his experience as an Executive Director, educator and organizer to the efforts of the Center. Nathan co-founded Root Division, and arts and education non-profit in San Francisco in 2002, just after earning an MFA at San Francisco Art Institute where he served as a representative to the Trustees. Suter remains on the Board of Root Division. “We learned a lot by starting an organization and growing it to be impactful in people’s lives.” Suter said “I enjoy working with nimble, mission-driven organizations built around a core of passionate people. The Peace and Justice Center is impressive to me for these reasons, along with a history of successes and positive change.” Suter is a member of the Bulls Head Oswego Friends Meeting in Rhinebeck, NY and a graduate of Haverford College in Pennsylvania.
The PJC is happy to welcome such an accomplished and passionate new member to our board.