Along with clarity and competence, an effective presence – who we are being and how we show up in relationship – contributes to our success at work and in our lives away from work. For nearly a decade, Susan Otim-Neal has supported a diverse range of public and private organizations to improve performance and strengthen organizational effectiveness. She has worked for Fortune 500 companies in key management consulting roles in Finance and Human Resources.
Susan partners with women-led teams to increase their clarity, capacity, and skill, whether coaching leaders one-on-one to develop emotional intelligence and executive presence, or designing meaningful group programs to enhance team performance.
Susan has expertise in the areas of Integral Human Development, Leadership Coaching, and Facilitation, and has significant experience in designing learning solutions to meet the unique challenges of clients. She has collaborated with emerging and experienced leaders to traverse uncertainty and realize long-term, sustainable change and transformation in their way of being, learning, relating, and working.
A frequent presenter on topics related to racial and gender equity, career advancement, and mindfulness, Susan has been featured as a guest Coach or speaker at leadership conferences, universities, and religious and community organizations. She graduated with a degree in Finance from George Mason University where she was also Captain of the Women’s Basketball team.
Susan is an ICF Credentialed Coach, a certified Integral Coach® through the New Ventures West coaching program, and holds certifications in Emotional Intelligence and Group Process Design and Facilitation. She has been an active member of numerous professional associations and community organizations, and currently lives in Maryland with her husband, their young son, and mischievous pup. Susan coaches to the Individual and Organizational soul, and works with clients in the Metropolitan DC area and beyond.