Susan McGalla is an entrepreneur born and living in America. Susan also serves Pittsburgh Pennsylvania as an executive consultant. McGalla previously served as Chief Executive Officer of Wet Seal Inc and president of American Eagle Outfitters Inc. she founded P3 Executive Consulting, LLC that deals in offering advisory services to financial investment managers and Wall Street Community such as sell-side and buy-side analysts.
The advisory services base on Branding, talent management, marketing, Operational efficiencies and product merchandising.
On serving on both sides of being a leader and a woman, McGalla is a resource for providing women with advice that helps them to advance in businesses, leadership, and education. Susan has given speeches on women and leadership to various audiences. She is always proud of her womanhood and believes that women have a lot of underutilized potentials.
McGalla wants to see the world view women as professionals and not to attack them with womanhood. She has always been passionate about helping women to reach their career goals. McGalla has been leading the way for ladies in leadership. She credits her success to her efforts of working with both men and women. Susan McGalla was born and brought up in a family of two brothers and father who was a football trainer, and she had challenges as she didn’t get any break to do her stuffs. She had to work her way out. Her efforts bore fruits as she came to hold several high-level posts and positions in business and leadership.
Susan McGalla started serving American Eagle Outfitters at the time when all the senior management was made of only men. She performed in all her positions, and eventually, she saw herself up the ranks. McGalla managed to become the company’s president before she left to launch P3 Executive Consulting company. She used her confidence to penetrate into various positions in the industry that was dominated by males.
McGalla’s success is not a reflection of success to all women. Most of the women in the country today do not enjoy such opportunities. Women have to support and encourage each other. Women who come together to share ideas are likely to make it in their careers.