Suzanne Scott

for Vancouver City Council

Dr. Suzanne Scott is making her first foray into electoral politics as a candidate for Vancouver City Council in the November municipal election.

She brings senior experience in the private sector, government and post-secondary institutions to her candidacy. She has worked for TD Bank in Electronic Banking and Corporate Communications, for the federal government as a communications consultant for the Canadian International Development Agency and for UNICEF-Bangladesh. Most recently, she was Executive Co-ordinator to the Dean of UBC’s Faculty of Education.

Active in community service, Scott has held volunteer leadership roles with the Britannia Community Services Centre, where she was a Director, and the Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC, where she acted as Auction Chair for the 2014 Heart of Gold Gala.

Scott has also worked on municipal, provincial, and federal political campaigns. She completed the Women’s Campaign School in 2005 and in 2013 was voted by her peers as the Speaker of the House during the University of British Columbia’s inaugural Summer Institute for Future Legislators.

Scott holds a Ph.D. in Educational Studies from UBC, where she focused on Canadian philanthropy and higher education. Her M.A. thesis at the University of Toronto examined an innovative UNICEF initiative to educate young female labourers in Bangladesh. She also holds a Fundraising Management Certificate from the B.C. Institute of Technology.

Scott and her husband have three children.


It’s Time to Get Power Literate.

Suzanne Scott: Internationally aware, locally involved.

Suzanne Scott on CKNW’s Sunday Night Sex Show, September 21, 2014

Suzanne Scott talks about her Ph.D in Education.

Suzanne’s qualifications, work experience, graduate work, international experience and commitment to community building initiatives in Vancouver have prepared her well for a City Councilperson role with the Non Partisan Association. I recommend her very highly.Dr. Blye Frank Dean, Faculty of Education, UBC
Suzanne Scott Bangladesh 1994 UNICEF
Suzanne Scott With NPA Mayoral Candidate Kirk LaPointe at Gay Pride