Susan McGala: A Wonderful Success Story

This article has information surrounding Businesswomen Susan McGalla. General information will be given later. There are statistics which display that businesses with gender-diversity are fifteen percent more likely to perform better than companies. It seems that diversity in workplaces can give more perspectives. Also, companies are able to do thirty-five percent better when new ideas are open to them. But, even with those high statics there is only a tiny percentage of C-level positions held by women in the S&P 500.

An example of a women leader who has helped others lead the way for other women leaders is Susan McGala. She is someone who was raised for her comfort level for working with those who were both women and men. She had grown up with a football coach dad and two brothers as well. Sadly, when she was a child she hadn’t been given any gifts. There was a lesson she needed to carry a lesson forward in life and got successful from it. That less was, if there was something she wanted she needed to work for it. That wonderful advice gave his several high-level positions.

One of the jobs she worked in was in American Eagle Outfitters. When she began the job the executives in the company were all men. The cool thing was before she left the company she was the president of the company. The current she has is being the Vice President of Business Strategy and Creative Development for the NFL team the Pittsburg Steelers. Before that she established P3 Executive Consulting.

Now some general information about McGalla, she was born in East Liverpool, Ohio on May 31, 1964.She was a former graduate of Mount Union Company. She has been the director of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development. She has also been a trustee for the University of Pittsburg.

She currently sits on the boards of HFF Inc., which is a publicly traded company. It gives things like commercial real estate services. The company also helps with the Magee-Women’s Hospital Research Institute and Foundation.