|Susan A. Clancy|
Susan Clancy, married and the proud mother of three daughters, is a successful woman who has managed to excel in environments with strong male dominance. She is recognized as a thought leader on the importance of gender diversity and women's leadership.
She gives lectures and teaches at training programs on this subject at multinational companies such as Coca-Cola, Intel, General Mills, HP, P & G, and HSBC as well as at government institutions in Latin America and international development organizations including IDB and DEG.
Mrs. Clancy holds a Ph.D. degree in Experimental Psychology from Harvard University and is a former member of the Faculty of Harvard University. Currently she teaches at INCAE Business School where she also works at the Center for Women's Leadership.
Her research is published through media such as The Wall Street Journal, CNN, The New York Times, Larry King Live and Dateline.
Women's Leadership: The Critical Importance of Women's Abilities for Persuasion and Negotiation (in Spanish)January 22, 2014 - El Salvador
Women's Executive Leadership Program (in Spanish)December 03-05, 2014 - Miami