Susan Scace is one of our strongest supporters and volunteers, serving as an interviewer, mentor and past board chair. She is currently a member of the Loran Scholars Foundation Honorary Council. She brings tremendous knowledge of governance and higher education, having served on the governing council of the University of Toronto for nine years and as vice-chair of the board of Trinity College in the University of Toronto. A graduate of Trinity, Mrs. Scace received an Arbor Award in 1996 for her outstanding volunteer leadership. In 2013, she received an honorary doctorate from the University of Toronto.
Actively involved in the community, Mrs. Scace serves on the board of Sunnybrook Hospital and the honorary board of The National Ballet of Canada. She is a past director of the North York General Hospital. Mrs. Scace is president of The Henry White Kinnear Foundation, which has funded Scace Loran Awards for eight young Canadians. She also mentored Paulina Bogdanova, a 2010 Loran Scholar at Trinity.
“The Loran Scholars Foundation is crucial for Canada. It allows our best students to study here in Canada during their undergraduate years while providing them with the opportunities they need to grow and develop as leaders,” says Mrs. Scace.
Scace Loran Scholars
Scace Loran Scholar - 2016
University of British Columbia
William Lyon Mackenzie Collegiate Institute
Scace Loran Scholar - 2017
University of Toronto
St. John Brebeuf Regional Secondary School
Abbotsford, British Columbia
Scace Loran Scholar - 2018
David Suzuki Secondary School
Scace Loran Scholar - 2015
University of Calgary
Gilbert Plains Collegiate Institute
Gilbert Plains, Manitoba
Scace Loran Scholar - 2019
Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute
Ta’Ziyah is the chair of the inaugural Equity Council at her school. She worked as a member of the Racialized Communities Strategy at Legal Aid Ontario and has volunteered with the Midtown Toronto Youth Council. Ta’Ziyah has been an active member of her student council since 11th grade and played an integral role in planning her school’s annual charity week.Close Bio