On Tuesday night, a Lebanese woman named Susan Dabaja was elected president of Dearborn’s city council. Dearborn is a city in the state of Michigan that has the largest population of Americans of Middle Eastern origins.
Susan was elected for the presidency four years ago and won by 32 votes. As she was the first Middle Eastern woman to take office in Dearborn, Susan made national headlines. The fact that she got reelected means that the community of Dearborn trusts her.
About Susan Dabaja
Dabaja is a lawyer in Dearborn and a mother-of-three. According to sources, she was born in Lebanon and relocated to the United States in 1972.
Committed to her community and the city of Dearborn, she studied law and was always an active member of several organizations.
According to her biography on her website, she “co-chairs the Dearborn Education Foundation, [and] serves as Treasurer of the Dearborn Bar Association.”
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