CANADIAN CONSUL GENERAL
Distinguished STRATEGIC PARTNER
In 2016, Susan became Consul General in Miami, the senior representative of the Government in Canada, responsible for Florida, Puerto Rico and USVI. Her office, the Consulate General, covers commercial, economic, political, public affairs, customs, law-enforcement and migration issues, and provides consular and commercial services. It includes four government departments, and coordinates with Department of National Defense staff in the territory.
Susan was Canada`s Senior Arctic Official (2013-16), and Director General in the trade policy area, covering policy, negotiations and regulatory issues (2009-13). She was at the Embassy of Canada in Washington DC (2004-09), where she became the Minister (Economic Affairs). In 2001-04, she was Canada`s Ambassador in Montevideo, Uruguay. She previously held trade positions in Yaoundé, Paris and Buenos Aires. Prior to joining the Government of Canada, Susan taught at both Cambrian College in Sudbury, and George Brown College in Toronto. She holds an MBA from the Ivey School of Business, at Western University, and an Honors BA in Math and English, from Queen’s University.
We are very pleased to present Canadian Consul General, Susan Harper, with the MEDWeek2022 Legacy Award as one of our Distinguished Strategic Partners. CONGRATULATIONS! WE WISH YOU THE VERY BEST IN YOUR FUTURE ENDEAVORS!