Before accepting a faculty position in the School of Social Work at St. Thomas University in 2003, Suzanne McKenzie-Mohr was in practice for fifteen years in shelters, hospitals, and counselling centres. Her scholarly interests and publications address youth experiences of homelessness and the care system, sexualized violence, and politicized framings of trauma. Sue co-edited Women Voicing Resistance: Discursive and Narrative Explorations (Routledge) with Michelle N. Lafrance, which received the Association for Women in Psychology’s 2015 Distinguished Publication Award. A founding member of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Narrative, her scholarship has been published in such journals as Feminism & Psychology, Qualitative Social Work, and the Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare. Her community involvement includes work with such agencies as the Fredericton Sexual Assault Centre, Partners for Youth, and the Fredericton Downtown Community Health Centre. Most recently Sue has settled in Western Canada.