History-Making Mt. Everest Summiter and Business Executive
Thank you again for such a memorable experience.
Reaching New Heights
Seven Summits, and they saved the toughest
one for last: Mt. Everest... Made History!
Susan and her husband Phil became the first couple in history to climb the Seven Summits together, the highest mountain on each of the world's seven continents. That remarkable journey culminated at the top of Mount Everest on May 16, 2002.
That feat earned them world-wide media attention, including Good Morning America, The Today Show, CNN, The New York Times and countless others.
Susan's record would be remarkable enough if it only detailed her business achievements. During her 23-year corporate career, she's held leadership positions in several Fortune 500 companies. She led teams to sales records, beating objectives from $1 million to $600 million, ending as a Vice President. And it is during that era of corporate achievement that she climbed the Seven Summits.
Today, Susan tours the world speaking about her life journey and sharing with others her secrets for success, determination, and achieving seemingly impossible goals.
Susan tells her electrifying story to audiences with clarity and passion. She lifts her audience's ambitions by showing them how hard work, dedication, perseverance and a total commitment to excellence can pay off in reaching seemingly impossible goals.
- Diversity Executive
One Woman's Ascent to the Top of the Career Ladder
- ME: IN FOCUS
Conversations: Susan Ershler, author of "Together on Top of the World"
- Ershler's Top Performance Tips, Selling Power Magazine
Your Next Meeting...
- 4th American Woman to Climb the Seven Summits
- 12th American Woman to Climb Mt. Everest
- The only American female speaker who combines 23 years Fortune 500 corporate leadership experience with her experiences of reaching the summit of Mt. Everest and all Seven Summits.