Susan Bloch is an eclectic freelance writer, international executive coach, and avid traveler. She enjoys writing flash fiction and nonfiction, as well as literary longform.

Her essay “The Mumbai Massacre” received notable mention in Best American Essays 2017. Susan’s nonfiction writing explores a range of topics, from hiking along Namibia’s Skeleton Coast, to navigating the loss of a spouse; how her favorite high school teacher was hanged for terrorist activities; and the importance of  gender equity in the boardroom. Susan’s work has been published in a variety of magazines, including The Citron Review, Entropy, Huffington Post, Bella Literary Review, STORGY, and Tikkun. 

The author of three books on global leadership, she has also appeared on BBC Newsnight to discuss board effectiveness. When she is not writing or consulting, Susan enjoys yoga, hiking and spending time with her grandchildren.