Susan loves Mount Albert and is an active volunteer having served on numerous Boards & Committees, including as the Inaugural Chair of the Arts & Committees, the Downtown Revitalization Committee, and Library Board.

As an award-winning international businesswoman, Susan has strong public-funds management experience combined with extensive policy development. She has represented both provincial and national organizations in senior leadership roles.

Susan is running to help shape growth in a smart & sustainable way that enhances our quality of life for future generations.

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Susan Lahey Candidate for Ward 3 Mount Albert at Norn Union Corn Roast
Susan is passionate about arts and culture. As a Board Director on the Ontario Arts Council, she participated in approving more than $20M in provincial public awards and grants. As a monthly arts columnist for the EG Bulletin, she interviews artists from all media promoting local talent. Through her volunteer work serving with The Mount Albert Lions Club, she contributed to numerous projects and special fundraising events for the betterment of the community.
Susan is a successful business owner with both local and international experience as an award-winning professional art appraiser. She’s a highly sought-after expert, published author and popular public speaker at conferences, along with President of the Canadian Chapter of the International Society of Appraisers. She has worked at the Royal Ontario Museum and consults for public institutions and private clients throughout North America and the world.
Having lived and studied in Canada, Europe and Asia, Susan chose to make Mount Albert her home with her two teenage sons. Bilingual and an avid reader of fiction and mystery novels, Susan plays the piano, tends to her garden, loves attending live theatre, and enjoys walking EG’s beautiful trails with her dog Henry.