Some women just get it right the first time in business, but for the masses it is quite a different story. There are millions of women that are completely lost when it comes to savvy business predispositions. Compounding this fact, are the inequalities in the workplace, and diminished paychecks women take home as salaried employees. No matter the odds, some women pride themselves in advocating hard work and persistence, and one such trailblazer is Susan McGalla. She earned her ticket to succeed in business, no matter what obstacles were in her path. Like an Olympic hurdler, she stride and jumped each and every hindrance.
Susan McGalla and others are stepping up to the preverbal business batters plate, and trying to hit a homerun for women all over the world, by featuring their success. These women want top jobs, compatible with their male counterparts, so every effort is put forth to prosper in corporate America. It is well-known that women are equally adaptable in business, and Susan McGalla has reinforced that mantra. She is one of the many successful female entrepreneurs in business who trained hard. She climbed the scaffolding of business. At a bird’s eye view, she holds her position on the top of the corporate ladder, and then built her own nest. She comments that confidence and hard work were her tools of the trade. She built her merchandising career and later consultant business by personalizing her goals achievements to match her intensity to survive in a voracious world.
As the driving force behind P3 Executive Consulting, LLC based in Pittsburgh, in addition to her position as the Director of Strategic Planning and Growth for The Pittsburgh Steelers, she knows her stuff. Her history is in retail and clothing merchandising. She has a keen eye for marketing and branding. From the very beginning she showed promise, working for eight years at the Joseph Horne Company, she advanced to join American Eagle Outfitters. She is identified as a very ethical and earnest person, and that prompted a promotion to Presidency and Chief Merchandising Officer of the entire company, kudos for her. Consequently, with so much experience under your belt, it is no wonder Susan McGalla wanted to venture further on her own accord to a different platform. However, most strikingly, Wet Seal cajoled her to join their executive team, how could she refuse? So in January 2011, she was their Chief Executive Officer. In the end, the desire to make it on her own won out; so she is presently a consulting expert on her own merits.