Susan McGalla: Empowerment For Women

Women over the last century have made many strides in all areas of life. From business to entertainment, the female voice is gaining traction, with no plans on slowing down. Susan McGalla is one of those female voices, that seeks to equal the playing field for women. Susan MccGalla received her bachelors degree in business from Mount Union College. Susan began as a manager at many retail stores, during the early nineties. As time progressed she found herself within the financial investment industry. She eventually became a private consultant for a retail and investment business. In 2012, she founded the P3 executive Consulting.

 

As the founder of P3 Executive Consulting, Susan helps clients with a number of business oriented details. These details include: talent management, branding, marketing ideas as well as techniques to be more efficient. As a woman in charge, Mrs. McGalla has spoken at many conferences seeking to empower young women on the job. Some of the conferences she has spoken at include the prestigious Women and Girls Foundation of Pittsburgh. Susan usually recalls her childhood experiences as a the initial training that she needed to find success in business. As a child she was the only female sibling among her two brothers. This forced her to find her voice very early on in life.

 

Recently Susan McGalla sat down with the Philly Purge to discuss, women’s impact on professionalism in business. She retold her story of starting off as a manager at the retail store American Eagle. This initial opportunity taught her the importance of business at a fundamental level. This eventually translated into her professional career as a executive. Within the interview she also spoke about the problems that women face on a daily basis within the workplace. Some of these problems include lack of platforms for women to advance. Susan McGalla hopes that her voice as well as others, will serve as a potential solution for women seeking advancement in the workplace.

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