region 8 | Doylestown
Susan and her husband are proud parents to four amazing children, ages 17, 8, 6, and 2, who are attending or will attend Central Bucks Schools. Susan has lived here since 2008 and her husband his entire life! She and her family are #CBSDProud and are strong supporters of our public schools.
Susan graduated cum laude with a B.S. in Psychology and earned her Master’s degree in Forensic Psychology from Marymount University. She then attended The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, where she served on the school’s Council of Professional Conduct (Honor Board) for three years and as the Chair of the Honor Board in her final year.
She started her own law practice in May 2021, after 10 years working as an attorney, in the Doylestown Borough. In addition to her career as an attorney, she has worked with youth aged 13-17 at Foundations Behavioral Health as a Mental Health Technician on the residential units. She is involved in her kids’ schools and has served on the Doyle Elementary School's Home and School Association where she volunteers at most of our school events and in her children’s classrooms. She is also a proud member of The National LGBTQ+ Bar and Bucks County Bar Association.
If elected, Susan Gibson will focus on:
Safe and inclusive schools
Adding more social workers, school counselors, and mental health professionals
Implementing programs to prevent in and out-of-school violence and bullying
Recruiting top-notch educators who are paid fairly
Supporting teachers to use the full breadth of their experience to creatively teach, connect with students, and flourish as educators
Fiscal responsibility by investing money into students, curriculum, and their classrooms
A full-day kindergarten program that allows time for play-based exploration and creates a strong foundation for later learning.
Susan is fully invested in the success of our children and our community at large. She looks forward to getting to know the community and working together to bring compassion and common sense to our school district and community.