Susan Conroy is a highly experienced cultural planner with experience in cultural facility planning and development. Susan has worked in local government, ACT Government and as a sole trader for 24 years before taking up the position of Executive Director at Southern Tablelands Arts. Susan has specialist skills in cultural research, arts and cultural policy, arts and cultural project development, evaluation, consultation and engagement, cultural and community facility planning, precinct planning and development and place making.
Susan Conroy has been working professionally in cultural and community planning for over 29 years and is a graduate of Griffith University. She has a sustained and successful history of achieving the integration of cultural and community planning and policy into strategic and urban planning for NSW local government and Territory clients as well as businesses in the development sector in the ACT.
Susan has extensive experience in applying cultural planning and community cultural development processes to the development and management of public, community and cultural resources and infrastructure. She also has specialist expertise in working with urban designers and planners in public place, place making and master planning projects since the early 1990s. Susan has contributed to award-winning projects in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.