Former Progress-Enterprise editor and long-time community development advocate, Susan Corkum-Greek will carry the Progressive Conservative banner in Lunenburg during the next provincial election.
“I am thrilled to be part of the PC team that has taken a compassionate approach to solving the issues that matter to Nova Scotians, like mental health and long-term care,” said Corkum-Greek. “It’s clear to see that Tim Houston is a thoughtful leader who wants a better Nova Scotia for all of us.”
Corkum-Greek is the general manager of the Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance (LAMP). Before that, she managed the tall ship Picton Castle and The Dory Shop Boatyard, was Executive Director of the Lunenburg Board of Trade and spent 17 years covering community news for Lighthouse Publishing.
As a volunteer, she was among the founding directors of the Lunenburg Waterfront Association and is currently vice-chair of the Lunenburg Board of Trade.
“Susan Corkum-Greek has a proven track record of making positive things happen in her community,” said Progressive Conservative leader Tim Houston. “With her obvious desire and ability to serve the people of Lunenburg, she will make an excellent MLA.”