Susan Sobbott

last updated 8/15/2017

Susan N. Sobbott

President at Open

1 Spring Lane, Newburyport, Massachusetts, United States
HQ Phone:
(978) 465-2572

General Information


President, Global Corporate Payments - American Express Company


BAGeorgetown University

MBADarden School of Business

MBAUniversity of Rochester

bachelor?s degreeGeorgetown University


Board Member - New Jersey Performing Arts Center

Board of Advisors Member - Women's Leadership Exchange

Board Member - Childrens Place, Inc.

Honorary Chair of the Women?s Leadership Exchange Advisory Board - YMCA-NYC Women Achievers Award

Trustee - The Darden School of Business

Member of the Global Management Team, A Board Chair - Global Women's Interest Network

Active Member - other organization

Active Member - Junior League of Atlanta Organization

Active Member - National Association of Black MBAs Organization

Advisor - Women Unlimited , Inc.

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Dennis Brixius Vice President, Risk Management and Chief Security Officer The McGraw-Hill Companies | Editorial Book 2

Susan Sobbott, President of Open American Express
Susan Sobbott, President of Open American Express

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Officers & Directors - American Express Investor Relations

Susan Sobbott
President, Global Corporate Payments

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The Balance Project - Susie Orman Schnall

"An Integrated Life" by Susan Sobbott ran 6/12/13 on The Huffington Post.
Sobbott is the President of Global Corporate Payments at American Express, and rather than recommending that women balance the proverbial work and life, Sobbott recommends "integrating" them: "to work consciously to integrate all of the things that make it meaningful." Susan Sobbott Susan Sobbott Sobbott recognizes that many women feel they need to choose between their "career goals and their family aspirations." Sobbott created "a 'third option'-one that engages experienced, high-potential employees part-time, for specific, high-impact projects" because she realizes that when women are forced to choose between a job and family, the employer loses "every time, regardless of the choice [the women] make." Sobbott recommends women "identify what is truly meaningful and how to cleverly integrate those desires into the 24 hours we're allotted in a day. She gives her advice in the bottom of the article... From: The Huffington Post Susan Sobbott: An Integrated Life More about Susan Sobbott:

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