by Molly Secours
Susan Mcbride might not be one of those celebrated figures in the “do-good-erati” world of social justice, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t pivotal. Without making a lot of noise or seeking the spotlight, her stealth movements facilitate opportunities for those who are invisible to feel both seen and heard. McBride has been mentoring and nurturing death row inmates and their families in some capacity for over a decade. Currently she has formed a partnership with a local faith-based non-profit that is serving as a funding sponsor to raise money for a prison outreach program that will include a support system to care for dying inmates.