Sunni Hutton is a community organizer with deep experience in helping translate between technical experts and community residents with a focus on elevating community views and voices. She is an education professional with a background in human and organizational development and policy.
Sunni is skilled in project management and evaluation, strategic planning, community engagement, large group facilitation, and resource development. Her projects over the past few years range from organizing renters and institutional stakeholders in the St. Louis region into a coalition that builds tenants associations, to leveraging an EPA Environmental Justice grant to builds community capacity and government capacity through a collaborative problem-solving model to address waste management inefficencies.
Sunni holds a Bachelors of Science degree from Vanderbilt University in Policy and Human & Organizational Development, and a Masters of Education from UMSL. She is a former 1st and 5th grade classroom educator at KIPP and Normandy Schools Collaborative.