Fifty Women for SCCSS - An initiative of: Sunshine Coast Community Services Society

Sue Jackel

Honorary Chair, 50 Women for SCCSS

Sue Jackel is deeply committed to her community on the Sunshine Coast. Known for her dedication to improving the lives of residents, especially seniors, she actively engages in various initiatives and organizations.

As a seniors advocate, Sue ensures that the voices and concerns of seniors are heard in local governance. She has organized non-partisan forums during municipal elections to address their needs effectively.

Sue’s involvement extends to community organizations such as the Coast Car Co-op, where she supported efforts to expand transportation services in Sechelt. Additionally, her role as a committee member for the Sunshine Coast Foundation and Chairperson of the Sunshine Coast ElderCollege reflects her commitment to enhancing educational opportunities for seniors and others in our community.

Her contributions have been recognized with awards including the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.

Currently, Sue focuses on fostering collaboration and positive change closer to home, such as supporting the new SCCSS community services hub and affordable housing for women, reflecting her dedication to making a difference in her neighbourhood.

“I'm passionate about ensuring housing options for all income levels, particularly for women and children. Affordable housing means more than just a roof; it's about security and dignity. Together, we can build a stronger, more inclusive society where everyone thrives.”
Sue Jackel
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