Research indicates that companies that have good numbers of male and female employees alike tend to do better than many of their competitors. It indicates that companies that have workers who come from all different types of cultural backgrounds tend to do a lot better as well. People sometimes attribute this to the possibility that the people who work for these kinds of businesses may be a lot more willing to embrace uncharted territory.
It can be tough for women to climb the ladder at work. Getting promotions on the job can be quite a challenge for many women in this day and age. Despite that, there are still some women who manage to do amazingly well in their careers. Susan McGalla is one shining example. McGalla thinks that her upbringing has a lot to do with her achievements in her field. She thinks that her upbringing is the thing that enables her to work harmoniously alongside women and men. Her household consisted of two brothers. Her father worked as a football coach as well. This explains the fact that working alongside men has always seemed 100 percent natural to McGalla. Susan learned early on that people have to go after the things they want in life. Being a girl was never something that she was able to use as an excuse. McGalla was born in the spring of 1964. She’s a Midwestern native who comes from East Liverpool, a Columbiana County, Ohio city.
McGalla graduated from a school that’s known as the University of Mount Union. It’s an Alliance, Ohio college that was created back in the 1840s. McGalla started working not long after graduating. Her first position was with Joseph Horne Company. She held a couple of managerial and marketing jobs between the years of 1986 and 1994. She landed a position with American Eagle Outfitters in 1994. Her job title was that of a division merchandise purchaser. This was for the company’s women’s apparel sector. McGalla stayed with American Eagle Outfitters until the winter of 2009. That’s when she started a private consulting career in the investing and retail worlds.