Susie Strauss, MSW, PCC, BCC. Is the former Executive Director/Founder of One to One Women Coaching Women, a non-profit that provides coaching at no cost to women in the US and Canada who come from challenging backgrounds and situations. In the true coaching fashion, she saw a need and conceived of a very big idea for how to fill it. Susie’s commitment to helping people realize their dreams is a thread that runs throughout her life and career and is reflected in the work she has done as a life coach, a therapist, and in the many civic activities in which she has taken part in Birmingham, Alabama, her former home state.
Susie earned a Masters in Social Work from the University of Georgia and is a graduate of the Falling Awake School of Life Coaching and the Institute for Life Coach Training; where she is currently part of the faculty. She conducts various coaching workshops and maintains a private life coaching practice. An avid weaver, she is a juried member of the Alabama Designers and Craftsmen organization and a board member of the Greater Birmingham Fiber Guild. She presently is co-partner of Nansū Home, a socially responsible company that imports hand-woven household items from Guatemala utilizing Susie’s weaving designs and made with organic cotton and natural dyes. Susie has three adult children and now lives in Colorado.
“I found Susie's teaching style to be warm and supportive. She always replied to each student's participation in an affirmative way and built on their input. Compared to other instructors, I found her very approachable”
“Susie was thought-provoking and paced herself as well as students. She was patient.”
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