Honorable Suzanne Mack has served as a Magisterial District Judge in the City of Erie for 21 years. She also served as the President of the Magisterial District Judge Association from 2016-2017 and was awarded the Themis Award for lifetime achievement in 2018. Judge Mack serves on local boards and associations that address truancy, domestic violence, children and youth issues, chemical dependency, mental health, court security, neighborhood groups and juvenile delinquency.
Prior to becoming a Magisterial District Judge, she was employed by Serenity Hall, Inc./Crossroads —a substance use disorder treatment provider in Erie, PA — for 18 years. She started as a case manager and worked her way up to the Executive Director position. During her tenure as Executive Director, the organization merged with Gaudenzia, Inc.
Judge Mack holds a master’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration and bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Mercyhurst University. She has also accumulated over 800 hours of continuing legal education.
Why I Serve at Gaudenzia:
I am committed to the care and treatment of individuals with substance use disorder and serve on the Board to ensure that those in need receive quality services in a timely and cost-effective manner.