Suze Morrison is a communications professional and community activist with roots in Toronto and London, Ontario. She has held a number of roles with highly-political organizations in nonprofit, healthcare, and Indigenous spaces. She has an Honours Bachelor of Applied Arts in Media Studies from the University of Guelph and a Diploma in Public Relations from Humber College.
Suze is known locally in London for her passion for politics and her advocacy work in the areas of equity and anti-oppression. In 2013 she joined forces with several London women to found Women and Politics, a grassroots initiative to connect women with politics. She has also served her community on several boards and advisory groups including: the Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Oppression Advisory Committee at the City of London, the Middlesex-London Community Drug and Alcohol Strategy, and the Western Ontario Sports Car Association. She currently sits on the Board of the Urban Alliance on Race Relations in Toronto.
Through her advocacy work, she has led several successful initiatives including chairing the planning committee for London’s Community Forum on Racism, advancing action on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s calls to action at the City of London, and working to end the racist practice of street checks at the London Police Services.
Suze lives with her husband Trevor, and in her spare time competes in grassroots motorsports events including autocross.