Susan Miller-Davis

 
Photo by Lauren Matley

Photo by Lauren Matley

 

Principal, Infinite Table

Susan supports organizations promoting sustainability, innovation and equity in local economies and food systems, as a consultant, advisor, fundraiser, donor and investor.  Susan has worked with a range of private and public sector organizations, including the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies (BALLE), the Northern California Recycling Association (NCRA), Deloitte & Touche, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union and the World Bank.  She has also held board positions at WorldLink/Nourish, the California Culinary Academy Educational Foundation and Slow Food East Bay. She earned a BS at Cornell University and an MPA in economics at Princeton University.

Susan lives in Piedmont with her husband, Jonathan Davis and two sons. She fell in love with the We Players in 2012 during production of the Odyssey on Angel Island, when she earned the distinction of most outrageously participatory audience member by trying to defend Athena, disguised as a beggar woman, from the drunken taunts of the suitors. Susan joined the We Players board in 2015, and currently chairs the development committee.