In addition to her consulting and coaching work, Suzanne is an adjunct professor at American University's AU/NTL master's program in Organization Development. She co-facilitates an intense, highly interactive group dynamics lab for graduate students over a two-year period, and is responsible for teaching, advising and grading the students in the planning, implementation and write-up of their one-year practicum course in organization development.
Suzanne brings a rich background working within international organizations. She is certified in Multi-Track Diplomacy (international conflict facilitation) and has facilitated community and organizational dialogue in the US, Africa and Asia. She recently worked in Afghanistan on an organization development project funded by USAID. She designed and delivered a culturally sensitive change management program in French to the World Health Organization in Burkina Faso, West Africa. Earlier in her career, she contributed to the development of a cultural audit for the World Bank, and later counseled and advised employees affected by a system-wide reorganization. She speaks conversational French and Spanish.
Her speaking credits include the Women Presidents' Organization, the World Future Society, and the Chesapeake Bay Organization Development Network. Suzanne has also guest lectured at New York University, and published several articles, notably "International Development through OD: My Experience in Afghanistan" in the OD Practitioner and "Whose Drummer?" in Washington Woman Magazine.
Suzanne has a master's degree in organization development and is a certified professional coach. She is also certified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, FIRO-B™, EQi™ (Emotional Quotient Inventory), Benchmarks®, Leadership Circle Profile and the KAI (Kirton Adaption-Innovation Inventory).
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