In the 21st century, women have been able to undertake various leadership roles in the various spheres, including leading corporations. Today, there is an increasing number of women in the boards of high-ranking companies. However, the percentage of women in corporate management positions and other fields is still low. Governments and non-governmental organizations have embarked on measures that seek to uplift women and give them resources that will enable them to venture into business or pursue their careers. With such efforts, the number of women has risen above the glass ceiling to take leading roles in various companies.
For many years, men have dominated different industries. Since today’s economy does not depends on masculinity, women are taking up various competitive positions. Susan McGalla is an example of the women who have had distinguished careers in the business world. Owing to her extensive expertise, Susan has managed to become a leading financial advisor to top players in the retail industry. She attributes her success to an impressive admixture of hard work, flexibility and a deep passion for her work. Susan McGalla believes that for people to build a successful career, they should identify their powerful traits to elevate them to greater levels. With this approach and attitude, most women will be able to succeed in their professional lives. Notably, Susan has been involved in empowering women to engage in business and climb through the corporate ladder.
At the Pittsburgh Steelers, Susan McGalla serves as the director of strategic planning and growth. She is also the brain behind P3 Executive Consulting, LLC. McGalla is highly experienced in the retail and clothing sector. She has been advising leading companies and persons on financial issues. She has extensive knowledge on product merchandising, branding, talent management and marketing. Susan started her career by working for Joseph Horne Company before joining American Eagle Outfitters. Her commitment and work ethics at American Eagle resulted in her promotion to serve as the president and chief merchandising officer. She also served as the president of the company’s flagship, American Eagle brand. Later, Susan went into private practice where she offers consultancy services.