Susan Justus

Driven by a passion to help others succeed, Susan draws on more than 17 years of experience in talent development to help professionals at all levels reach their goals. She currently serves as the Vice President of Learning & Development for The New York Times in NYC where she helps team members at all levels find clarity, confidence and purpose through dynamic professional development programs and DEI education solutions.

Susan brings to the company a proven success record for building talent development departments from the ground up, advancing existing growth cultures and revolutionizing stale or ineffective programs within several organizations across various industries.

As a coach, Susan begins with identifying individual talent and then utilizing a strategic method to help individuals embrace motivations and inherent strengths as they embark on their career journeys. A broad thinker with a strong growth mindset, Susan offers a unique and deep understanding of leadership behaviors, life motivations, corporate insight and cross-cultural influences.

Throughout her career, Susan has helped build learning cultures within several industries, including financial services, business consulting, advertising, financial tech, insurance and media/publishing. Susan holds an M.S. in Human Resources Management with a focus in Human Development from the New School University and she is certified by the International Coaching Federation (ICF), Certified Life Coaching Institute and New York University.