Anthropologist, educator and globetrotter, Suzanne has a passion for sustainable development, indigenous livelihoods and global awareness. During her graduate research in San Juan la Laguna, Guatemala, she became fascinated by the women's weaving cooperatives working with traditional looming techniques and natural dyes. She saw an opportunity to help empower this small community through ethical entrepreneurship and bring their story and culture to others. After a variety of endeavors working in imports, education and non-profit work, she decided to put her idea to action and create Digo, a global initiative based in her home base Minneapolis, MN. Suzanne loves to try local dishes, try her hand in traditional dances and getting lost in the wilderness. Her favorite travel destinations include Peru, Iceland and Myanmar.