Sue Schneider, Ph.D., is an Extension Professor and Sate Health Specialist with Colorado State University’s Office of Engagement and Extension where she provides leadership for CSU Extension's health initiatives across Colorado. She is also Adjunct Faculty with the Colorado School of Public Health. As a medical anthropologist, Sue has been teaching, conducting research, and evaluating health programs in academic and community settings for over 20 years.
Sue’s extensive mindfulness training includes completing a 2-year certification program as a mindfulness instructor with the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkely and the Awareness Training Institute. For the last 10 years, she has developed and taught hundreds of mindfulness classes that support individuals in developing inner resources like stress-management skills. She recently developed a companion book for Living Mindfully titled, Meeting the Moment with Kindness: How Mindfulness Can Help Us Find Calm, Stability, and an Open Heart, which will be released in Oct. 2023. Sue holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from Michigan State University and is a Duke-trained Certified Integrative Health Coach.