Susan currently serves as the Executive Director of the Hudson County Democratic Organization, where she manages the party’s day-to day operations and assists with campaigns throughout the county. At 23, she is the youngest person to ever hold the position and the first person of color.
Susan first started her career in politics as an intern for U.S Senator Cory Booker as a college senior. After graduation, she went on to work as campaign organizer under Field Strategies during the 2016 election cycle and worked on several campaigns in Florida, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. After the results on election night 2016, she decided to shift to policy work. Susan went on to work as a policy adviser for NJ Assemblyman Chiaravalloti where she helped research and craft legislative policy. She also worked as the Assemblyman’s field director for his 2017 re-election. Susan served as the deputy campaign manager for the 2018 re-election of Mayor Jimmy Davis of Bayonne and his council team, whom won in a historic “clean sweep” landslide.
Susan graduated from Saint Peter’s University in 2016 with a B.A in Political Science and a minor in Chemistry. As an undergraduate, she worked at the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership as the student assistant.