Media + Speaking

Susan is passionate about speaking on various topics, including women in business (especially in industries where women are underrepresented), the importance of connecting hearts and minds when engaging your workforce, high performing team behaviors and the changing environment following the pandemic (a new way of approaching connectedness and sustaining your company’s culture). She is open to speaking engagements both in-person and virtually.

Marsh McLennan Agency's Women in Business Symposium: Achieve What's Possible Washington, D.C.

During this panel moderated by Julie Rison, Senior Vice President, Private Client Services and National DE&I Co-Chair at Marsh McLennan Agency, Susan shared her path to success, the challenges she faced and offered her perspective on what is in store for women in American business today. In the audience were over 70 women executives from the Washington D.C. metro area.

The Top 50 Women Leaders of Ohio for 2022

Selected alongside other executives in the state of Ohio, Susan was named to this exclusive list by Women We Admire during her role as Chief People Officer.

National Diversity in Manufacturing Summit Cleveland, OH

Susan was nominated to speak at the Summit and presented in the Recruitment and Retention: Best Practices category. She shared her perspective on "Increasing Women in Leadership Roles Through Sponsorship". Setting the context first with the current landscape in manufacturing, the research that continues to show that women are outnumbered and underrepresented, Susan offered her business case and outline for how to implement a pilot program into today's organizations.


Promoting Employee Health and Well-being

Podcast with Andrea Butler

In this episode, Andrea Butler interviews Susan about promoting employee mental health and well-being. Key takeaways from this episode:

  • The most engaged employees are often the ones most prone to burnout. Leaders at every level within the organization need to check in with their people and ask how they are feeling and what can be done to help support them where they are. It's important to remove the roadblocks that you are able to remove.
  • Employers who encourage and support mental health in the workplace are going to win in the marketplace and ensure they do not lose really great talent.


Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM): What Drives SHRM Member Susan?


This membership video (originally postponed from filming at the Mars, Incorporated offices where Susan worked at the time) was shot remotely in Susan's home during the pandemic. This compilation of Susan sharing her experience as a long-time (since 2003) SHRM member highlights the value she has placed on membership at the organization. The full video highlighting three members was utilized on numerous SHRM advertising materials including on their website to promote the importance of a collective HR professional organization.

Severn River Living
Chartwell, Anne Arundel County

In this local publication, Susan shares her career journey, the excitement of moving to a new and welcoming community and starting a Little Free Library to serve neighbors that she stewards with her son, Peter.

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