About Us - Staff

Suu Taylor

Executive Director
Suu has been involved with SSAC Music Festival since 2014 volunteering as Vocal Coordinator and Chairperson of the Music Festival Planning Team. She has a music studio in Alliston, teaching voice and piano to students of all ages. After graduating from University of Windsor with a Bachelor or Music in Vocal Performance, Suu was active in Toronto's opera scene, both as a soloist and professional chorister.
Suu began to create and sell her jewellery at a season in her life when she was working from home and raising her family. Suu's jewellery features gemstones and silver wire. Suu finds it an interesting challenge to find the unique beauty in each stone and create a beautiful setting in which to showcase the gemstone.
Suu is passionate about teaching the importance of art in contributing to a balanced, emotionally healthy person, particularly in school curricula. Suu has also volunteered at Alliston Union and Ernest Cumberland Public Schools, leading extra-curricular choirs and serving as the music director at AUPS' musicals.
Suu is also an experienced administrator and program director. In 2003 she created and led the children's program for Upper Room Community Church and is still active teaching the kids and leading worship. As a member of URCC, Suu has been involved in fundraising to support an orphanage in Guinea, West Africa that cares for children whose lives have been affected by HIV/AIDS. Suu also has a heart to at-risk youth, particularly those who have been caught up in human trafficking. Suu's experience in outreach serves her local community because of the lessons she has gained from serving and meeting the needs of others.
Suu is grateful for the opportunity to serve her community, and help promote local art and artists.


Sarah O'Donnell

Education Coordinator

Sarah holds a bachelor of fine arts in performing arts and theatre education from Emerson College, Boston and is the owner and Artistic Director of Crazy Pants Theatre Company. Between 2009 - 2013 she has had the pleasure of co-founding and artistically directing The Gibson Centre's Theatre School as well teaching and creating their after-school arts program. Sarah has also enjoyed working with the Arlington Children's Theatre, and Theatre Orangeville Youth Outreach. She spent several years on staff at Lesley University's Centre for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative; helping to organize teacher training programs which implemented school-based literacy intervention for students experiencing extreme difficulty learning to read as well as directly supporting literacy expert and program director, Irene Fountas.

Sarah's passion is working with youth in the arts and she loves helping each actor reach their fullest potential. Classes at Crazy Pants Theatre Company encourage actors of all skill levels to participate. Watching her students grow in confidence and skill through the medium of performing arts has been incredibly rewarding. Sarah has been seen on stage through various production companies in the USA and Canada and is no stranger to working behind the scenes as writer and director on numerous projects both at Crazy Pants Theatre Company and beyond.

Sarah has served as an SSAC board member and she is very excited to join the SSAC Office Team.

Debbie Darling

Arts in our Community Coordinator

Debbie volunteers her time to coordinate exhibits in our many locations throughout South Simcoe.

Lisa Rosati

Volunteer Coordinator

Lisa has been involved with SSAC in a variety of positions since 2012, and we are so pleased to have her on our staff again as Volunteer Coordinator.

Thanks to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for a grant that makes this position possible.

Sandi Boyer

Front Office Coordinator

We are pleased to welcome Sandi to the SSAC team! She is the first person you will meet when you walk in the doors. If you have questions about membership or being a vendor in FortyOne, Sandi can help you.

Thanks to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for the grant that funds this position.