Contact & About Me

My passion is helping professionals, small businesses and non­-profits succeed.

I have over 20 year’s experience as an office administrator and organizer as well as a program co-ordinator, and have worked with a wide variety of professionals, small businesses and non-profits. I’m a silver leaf member of the Professional Organizers in Canada and I’ve also taken a professional development course in project management.

Conservation, nature and social justice issues are important to me. I am the co-founder of the Toronto Chapter of the Feminist Bird Club, a group dedicated to promoting diversity in birding. We also fundraise to protect the rights of women/trans folx and members of the BIPOC and LGBTQ+community. In 2020 I organized our first Birdathon and raised over $28,000 in support of the Black Legal Action Centre in Toronto. I am also a long-time supporter of the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada.

In 2022 I was accepted as a volunteer with the David Suzuki Butterflyway Ranger Project as well as a Volunteer Garden Coordinator with the City of Toronto. I have combined these 2 roles and am revitalizing a community garden at my local rec centre. This includes sourcing free plants and soil, finding volunteers, planting, mulching and lots of weeding! We now have a native plant and vegetable garden filling 14 raised beds. Follow along with my Urban Agriculture adventures  East York Children’s Community Garden.

I am currently enrolled in the Sustainable Urban Agriculture Certificate Program at Guelph University. I have also completed TRCA’s Teaching and Learning with Monarch Butterflies course,  Evergreen Canada’s Urban Agriculture Leader training program as well as LEAF Tree Tenders Volunteer Training. A few years ago, I completed an Intro to Beekeeping course at The Toronto Botanical Garden. My happy place is in the garden, taking photos of the native bees and birds!

contact Suzanne at

suzanneatsuzanneisaacsdotcom  (suzanneatsuzanneisaacsdotcom)