Founder and President
Suesal founded Arieli & Company to provide incisive advice to international leaders. She specialises in helping organisations navigate change.
Prior to Arieli & Company, Suesal spent 10 years investigating talent management and organisational ecosystems while consulting across diverse fields, including law, media, and design. Previous employers include Deutsche Bank, ITN, and McAllister Olivarius LLP.
Suesal has an MA (Oxon) in PPE from Balliol College, University of Oxford. She trained in executive coaching at the Hudson Institute, Santa Barbara (U.S.). She is an accredited member of the International Coach Federation, the British Psychological Society, and the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations.
Susan has dedicated her career to helping organisations improve employee engagement, leadership impact, and operational success. Her expertise lies in helping individuals and leadership teams meet the challenges created by constant change in the workplace, and the ever-increasing internal and external pressures impacting business executives today.
For over 20 years, Susan enjoyed a dynamic, executive-level career in Human Resources with prominent acute healthcare organisations on the California Central Coast. Susan is a certified Hudson Institute coach, and she is qualified in the 360Reach assessment and Kolbe.
Peter combines his rich experience as leader in international marketing with a lifelong passion for helping others achieve success on their own terms. He works with leaders in transition, as well as those developing authentic styles or integrating life and career achievement.
Before working as an executive coach, Peter led client engagement at the Drucker Insitute and global brand strategy at Mattel. He was instrumental in product development and marketing while at Ford Motor Company.
Peter is a certified Hudson Institute coach and an accredited member of the International Coach Federation. He is a qualified practitioner of the Hogan assessments. He holds an MBA from UCLA Anderson, and a BA in Psychology and Pre-Professional Studies from the University of Notre Dame.
Adrienne focuses on increasing representation of women in leadership roles, and in helping female executives cultivate their authentic presence, voice, and leadership vision. As a wife, mother of three, and someone who has lost 70kg, she intuitively understands the challenges of balancing it all and has proven strategies for managing the “fullness” of life with less stress and more joy.
At Amazon and Target, Adrienne spearheaded global talent management initiatives and leadership development. She is regularly sought out to facilitate training and to keynote events.
Adrienne is an accredited Hudson Institute Coach and a member of the International Coach Federation. She holds an MBA from the Opus College of Business, University of St. Thomas, and a BBA in Marketing and International Business from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Karen has a legacy of success working as a senior business and people leader in the commercial FMCG and not-for-profit arenas. She is adept at working with leaders and teams to develop the right strategic and operational solutions, and at supporting the embedding, training, and coaching process back into the workplace.
Karen’s earlier career spanned 25 years working for blue-chip FMCG organisations Mars Confectionery and PepsiCo International, high-end retailer Selfridges, and the CIPD, the leading UK-body for HR professionals and Learning & Development specialists.
Karen is an accredited executive coach with the Henley Business School, UK. She is an alumna of the University of Strathclyde, Scotland.
June works with CEOs, Executive Directors and emerging leaders who have been recognised regionally or nationally for their accomplishment and potential.
Previously, June was Strategic Officer and Portfolio Director at the Bush Foundation. June has held senior leadership positions in higher education in the field of international and multicultural education, and executive positions in local government and education sectors.
June serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of the Minnesota Council on Foundations, and Chair of the Board of Trustees of World Education Services. She is a certified Hudson Institute coach. June is an alumna of Macalester College and the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Eleanor helps to design and develop interventions for leadership academies and culture change initiatives. She is particularly interested in the relationship between mental health and peak performance.
Eleanor holds a BA in French and Spanish from New College, University of Oxford. She has completed programmemes in somatic leadership development at the Strozzi Institute in California, and in analytical psychology at the C.G. Jung Institute in Zürich. She is currently studying Psychology at University College London, with a view to becoming a clinical psychologist.
Arieli & Company was conceived in 1990 and born in 2014.
The seed for Arieli & Company came from a trip taken by the Founder to Freetown, Sierra Leone. As a child, she spent a summer in a breeze-block housing community there. A young boy proposed to her: "If you marry me, I'll take you to Disney World!"
Years later, she thought back to this little boy. If he was willing and able to be a great leader, what obstacles stood in his way? This question and finding solutions to it became preoccupations ever since.
In 2014, Arieli & Company was founded to provide career management solutions for leaders. The firm provided performance coaching, leadership branding, and advice for work challenges. Clients began to ask the Company to develop solutions to fuel peak performance at their organisation. With this, Arieli & Company evolved into its present-day form.
Our genesis retains a strong influence on how we do business. We serve transformational leaders to help them build a legacy. For us, the epitome of success is a client who looks back with pride on what they achieved for their community, organisation, or nation.