Suzanne Levy, the founder and president of Bolder Leadership, brings 20 years of expertise to her client relationships as she guides executives and leaders on a path to exceptional performance.
Suzanne and her team work with senior leaders of Fortune 500 companies, business owners and multi-million sales producers to drive peak individual and organizational performance.
Suzanne partners with senior executives to help catalyze positive change. Her guidance is directed toward gaining new perspectives and taking bold actions to achieve outstanding—and measurable—results. Suzanne’s straightforward, insightful approach shepherds clients in identifying behaviors that promote leadership effectiveness, develop sustainable change, sharpen operations and management skills, empower teams, facilitate strategic thinking and generate action plans for goals achievement.
Before founding Bolder Leadership, Suzanne launched and managed a division of The Walt Disney Co. overseeing all publishing, marketing, consumer goods, online, new business development and promotion for many television properties. Prior to Disney, she worked in production management at HBO and in advertising at Ammirati and Puris in New York City.
Suzanne’s other experience includes serving for two years on the planning committee of the Executive Coaching Summit, a global network of senior development experts researching and integrating best practices. She worked as the career coach for Vault.com, a financial and legal industry leader in career support; has presented to the group “100 Women in Hedge Funds”; and has recently been featured as the catalyst for the book “Becoming Ginger Rogers: How Ballroom Dancing Made Me a Happier Woman, Better Partner, and Smarter CEO” by Patrice Tanaka who worked with Suzanne just after 9/11.
Suzanne is certified in several tools including Benchmarks, Lominger VOICES, DiSC, EQi 2.0 and EQi 2.0 360.
Suzanne earned a BA degree from Washington University in St. Louis and has completed numerous coach trainings. She has lived and studied in Paris and has practiced martial arts for six years. She recently relocated to Boulder, CO with her husband and two young children. She can be found on the bike paths, the hiking trails or in the dance studio.