South Anna District
Susan P. Dibble's BiographySusan P. Dibble was elected as the South Anna District Supervisor in November 2019, and is serving her first term on the Board of Supervisors. Ms. Dibble serves on the Board's Community Development, Finance and Joint Education Committees. She also represents the Board on the Central Virginia Waste Management Authority and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Commission. Ms. Dibble is an officer on the Capital Region Airport Commission (Secretary) and also serves as Corporate Secretary for the Capital Region Airport Commission Foundation.
Prior to being elected, Ms. Dibble served on the Hanover County School Board for 6½ years, from 2013-2019. She served as the Chair in 2018 and the Vice-Chair in 2016 and 2017. During her tenure, she also served on the Finance Committee, Hanover Education Foundation Board, Safety Committee, and Family Life and Community Involvement Committee.
Ms. Dibble also served as a member of the Hanover County Social Services Board from 2000-2008, where she served as Chair and Vice-Chair. She is also a former member of the Hanover Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.
Education & Professional Experience
Ms. Dibble graduated from Virginia Tech in 1984 with a Bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture. She is a well-established and successful business owner since 1990 and has extensive experience in design, construction, and business management. Ms. Dibble is a member of the Virginia Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects as well as a Registered Landscape Architect in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Ms. Dibble was a PTA volunteer for 12 years, serving multiple years as President and Vice-President while her youngest son attended Hanover County Schools. In 2012, Hanover County presented Ms. Dibble with the Spirit of One Volunteerism Award.
She is a member and Past Lieutenant Commander of the Richmond Sail and Power Squadrons where she has taught and promoted safe boating for over 25 years.
Ms. Dibble was born and raised in Henrico County. She and her husband Wayne have lived in Hanover County since 2000. They have three sons and five grandchildren.