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Suzy Welch Biography
Suzy Welch, formerly known as Suzy Wetlaufer, is an American author, television commentator, business journalist, and public speaker. Her 2009 book, 10-10-10: A Life Transforming Idea, was a New York Times bestseller. She is also the co-author of two global New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling company books, Winning, released in 2005, and The Real Life MBA released in 2015 together with her husband, Jack Welch.
Suzy Welch Age
She was born on 1959, Portland, Oregon, United States. She is currently 60 years old. She stays in North Palm Beach, Florida, United States,
Suzy Welch Net Worth
John Francis “Jack” Welch Jr. (born November 19, 1935) is an American business executive, author, and chemical engineer. He was chairman and CEO of General Electric between 1981 and 2001. During his tenure at GE, the company’s value rose 4,000%. In 2006, Welch’s net worth was estimated at $720 million. Suzy has not indicated her net worth to be updated.
Suzy Welch Parents
She was born of Bernard Spring (father), Phyllis Spring (mother).
Suzy Welch Early life and Education
Suzy Welch was born to Phyllis and Bernard Spring in Portland, Oregon, in Suzanne Spring in 1959. She was raised mainly in New York and New England. Welch attended Phillips Exeter Academy, Harvard and Radcliffe College, and Harvard Business School, where she graduated in the top five percent of her class as a Baker Scholar.
Suzy Welch Career
Welch began her career as a Miami Herald journalist and then as an Associated Press reporter. She worked at Bain & Company, a management consulting company based in Boston, for several years after company college. She was later appointed Harvard Business Review’s editor-in-chief. She wrote a novel and wrote and edited countless books and articles on management, organization.
In early 2002, after admitting to an affair with the then-married Jack Welch, the former chief executive officer of General Electric, while preparing an interview with him for the magazine, Welch was compelled to resign from the Harvard Business Review. Jane Welch, the wife of Welch at the time, brought the affair to the attention of the Review.
Suzy has co-authored several best-selling books together with her husband, Jack Welch, including, Winning, her volume of companions, Winning: The Answers, and, most lately, The Real Life MBA: Your No-BS Guide to Winning the Game, Building a Team, and Growing Your Career. Jack and Suzy also wrote a weekly column on company and career difficulties published in the magazine BusinessWeek.
For journals including O, The Oprah Magazine and The Wall Street Journal, she has written about work-life equilibrium and other cultural problems. She was also a TV commentator, including Good Morning America, The View, Morning Joe, Your World With Neil Cavuto, and Power Lunch. Her career expertise and perceptive commentary have made her a regular contributor on the show. She is well known public speaker represented by CAA She moderated SXSW’s Q&A session between legendary business leader and husband, Jack Welch and venture capitalist Gary Vaynerchuk.
Suzy Welch CNBC
Suzy Welch is a business journalist and best-selling author with expertise in leadership, change and crisis management, corporate governance, social media, and careers. A popular speaker on decision-making and the topic of work-life balance, Welch is also a regular contributor to American workplace trends on The Today Show.
Suzy Welch began her career as a crime reporter for The Miami Herald in 1981, after graduating from Harvard University. After a serendipitous reassignment to the business beat some years later, she left daily journalism to attend Harvard Business School, where she graduated as a Baker Scholar. The next seven years were spent at Bain & Company, as a consultant working, in particular, with several heavy manufacturing clients in the Midwest.
In 1995, Suzy combined her two career paths at the Harvard Business Review, where she eventually was named Editor-in-Chief. In her years at HBR, she conceptualized and edited hundreds of articles on strategy, economics, operations, and organizational behavior, and wrote dozens more on leadership, change and crisis management, boards, HR, and career dynamics.
With her husband, Jack Welch, Suzy is the author of two international bestsellers, “Winning,” in 2005, and “The Real-Life MBA,” in 2015. On her own, she is the author of the 2008-2009 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller “10-10-10: A Life-Transforming Idea,” a decision-making concept she originally wrote about as a columnist for O: The Oprah Magazine. She frequently serves as a moderator at CEO events and has been a frequent television presence since 1996. She is also a widely read columnist on LinkedIn, where, as the mother of four Millennials, she often writes about U.S. employment trends and career management.
Suzy has served on several non-profit boards and currently sits on the board of the Humane Society of the United States, and the advisory board of the Good Food Institute. Both roles have deeply familiarized her with the animal agriculture and food technology industries in America.
Suzy Welch: The life-changing lesson I learned from Warren Buffett
Legendary investor Warren Buffett is known not only for his sage investing advice but for his personal advice as well. In fact, bestselling management author and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch says an experience she once had with Buffett changed her career “forever.”
Welch tells CNBC Make It that she and Buffett were seated next to each other at a mutual friend’s dinner party. Though she had met him a few times before, Welch says she was still thrilled as she “imagined an evening listening to the ‘Oracle of Omaha’ opine away.” Suzy Welch is the co-founder of the Jack Welch Management Institute and a noted business journalist, TV commentator and public speaker. Think you need Suzy to fix your career? Email her at