Co-Founder, Sacred Design Lab
Sue Phillips is relentlessly delighted by liberating ancient wisdom to help solve gnarly problems. She is passionate about inspiring spiritual flourishing, equipping people for meaning-making, and witnessing the transformation that happens when we get all up in life’s biggest questions. She is part business strategist, part design geek, and part monastic.
Sue is the co-founder, with colleagues Angie Thurston and Casper ter Kuile, of Sacred Design Lab, a research and design consultancy that translates ancient wisdom and practices to help organizations create products, services and experiences that uplift social and spiritual lives.
A graduate of Colgate University and the Episcopal Divinity School, Sue taught at Harvard Divinity School, where she is a Ministry Innovation Fellow. She lives in Tacoma, Washington with her wife, Tandi Rogers.