Since 1996, Susan S. Radwan has owned and operated Leading Edge Mentoring, a consulting firm which specializes in governance and leadership issues. Radwan's work focuses on the structure and process which impacts effective growth of individuals and organizations.
Susan has a rich history of experience in the fields of insurance, education, strategy development, non-profit associations and consulting. Radwan considers her professional home in the association industry where she has served as a teacher, facilitator, and executive staff person.
She obtained a Master's degree in Education (1977) from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota, a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts (1974) from Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and professional certifications in association management, risk management, certification, systems thinking, strategic planning, among others.
In her work, Radwan applies her Master's Degree in Education as well as perspectives and skills learned in pursuit of her many designations. She most recently became a Governance Systems Professional-Fellow. The GSP designation recognizes knowledgeable governance professionals who adhere to a code of ethics and commit to ongoing professional development.
Radwan has a reputation for "walking with" her clients which has gained her a reputation known as the "wow of Sue". She brings passion, clarity and insight to her consulting and teaching. She has an acute ear for whether clients are grasping the nuances of the model.
Radwan is a life-long Michigan resident. She grew up in Saginaw, Michigan, went to college in Grand Rapids, taught junior high students in Bay City, and experienced the rest of her career based in Lansing. She currently resides in Grand Ledge, Michigan with her husband Fayez. She has three grandchildren who live a short nine miles away with her son-in-law and daughter who is a very successful REMAX real estate agent.