Chief Operating Officer
Anne-Louise Susan, MPH, MSW, is an enrolled member of the White Mountain Apache Tribe located in northeastern Arizona and is a descendant of the Walker River Paiute Tribe of northern Nevada. She is married to Lloyd Susan and is a mother to three children, Ashley, Taylor, and Justin.
Ms. Susan completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Nevada-Reno and served as a United States Senate Congressional Intern in Washington, D.C., for then Nevada senior Senator Howard W. Cannon (D-NV). She later worked for the Walker River Paiute Tribe and the White Mountain Apache Tribe as an Executive Assistant to Tribal Chairman Reno Johnson, Sr., and Tribal Social Services Executive Director. She was appointed to the Tribal Health Care Committee by then Arizona Governor Rose Mofford (D-AZ) where she serviced her two-year term.
She completed both a Masters of Public Health and a Masters of Social Welfare from the University of California-Berkeley. Upon graduation, she headed to Washington, D.C. where she was accepted as a United States Presidential Management Fellow under the Clinton Administration. She served her two-year fellowship at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD, under both the National Institute of Diabetes, Digestive, and Kidney (NIDDK) as well as the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).
Anne-Louise has worked for federal service over a twenty-year span with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, National Institutes of Health, and the Indian Health Service. She has been acknowledged with numerous awards including recognition from the National Indian Health Board who awarded her with a National Impact Award for her work on facility planning for staffing, health stations, health clinics, hospitals, and medical centers throughout the Indian Country. Most recently, she has served as a public health consultant and health system specialist for the San Carlos Apache Tribe and the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona.