Susan Eckstein

Susan Eckstein

Speaker Details:


Women’s Empowerment Expert, Certified Coach, Trainer, and Facilitator

City, State/Province:

Long Beach


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Susan Eckstein is a Certified Clear Beliefs Coach, women’s empowerment expert, facilitator, and nationally known speaker. Susan helps high-achieving women relearn how to own their personal power, so they can have the confidence to be seen, be heard, and take up space. She leads women to overcome mindset barriers, develop confidence, improve professional communication, and show up powerfully.

Her work centers around helping her clients clarify desired results, identify internal roadblocks, release limiting beliefs, and develop clear action plans so they can realize their goals. She also designs and facilitates personal and professional development workshops on several topics, including how to show up and stop shrinking, becoming your future self now, and overcoming imposter syndrome.

Susan is a passionate event speaker and trainer who inspires audience members to find courage, think differently, seek solutions, take action, and stay motivated. She has been a guest on multiple podcasts including The Cool Change Podcast, My Perfect Failure, The Big Talk, and Shock Your Potential. She is also an expert keynote speaker on topics that include empowerment, authenticity, courage, confidence, and challenging societal and parenting norms.

A three-time Ironman herself, as well as a former certified triathlon coach, running coach, and personal trainer, Susan has coached hundreds of men and women to the successful completion of their dream athletic events, including triathlons, marathons, and adventure races.

With more than a decade of public relations experience, Susan has worked with senior-level executives in
the medical, pharmaceutical, and financial industries on content development, media representation, and
crisis communications.

Susan has a B.A. in English and Music from Skidmore College. She currently lives in Long Beach, NY with her partner Tom and she enjoys long walks on the beach – no, really – in her free time.

Susan Eckstein