About a decade ago, when Susan Freeman decided she wanted to be a leadership consultant and executive coach, essentially a third, or even fourth, career, she had one overarching worry.
Freeman started her business life on Madison Avenue, an ad executive with the noted agency Young & Rubicam in the late 1980s, among other firms. She later was an executive recruiter. In between those gigs Freeman was the founding executive director of the Tampa Bay Business Committee for the Arts. There, over seven years, she grew the organization to some 80 business partners dedicated to investing in the area’s budding arts scene of the 1990s.
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