Sue Malan

Our Moxie People

Director of Operations

Sue was born in Zimbabwe and moved to South Africa at the age of 7. After graduating in 1980 Sue had a long and stimulating career in the computer industry, first as a support consultant and then as a trainer. She was head hunted and accepted a teaching position where she created a computer training program for children at an Elementary School. In October 2008, without a job or house (but with a lot of moxie), Sue and her husband Ray and their 3 children took a leap of faith and made the bold move to America to start a new life. She spent a year working for a pharmaceutical company and joined the dynamic team of LifeMoxie in December 2010.

Sue began her career as a Business Development Executive and within a year she was promoted to Director of Operations. Sue is instrumental in driving projects forward and elevating LifeMoxie to the next level. Her dedication to producing results enables LifeMoxie to offer a ridiculously high caliber of service while making LifeMoxie a great place to work!

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After attending a session presented by Ann at a national SHRM conference, I knew our organization would benefit from a partnership with LifeMoxie.

Working with Ann and her team to create the Landing Career Development Program was exciting! Their expertise in the area of mentoring is vast and helped stimulate thoughtful conversations to ensure the development of a program reflective of our organizational culture.

From our very first call to the launch of our program, we have received excellent service and truly feel we have created a mentorship platform that works best for Williamsburg Landing.

Brandy Day
Chief Talent Officer

Williamsburg Landing

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