Suzanne Skees

Founder/Board Chair, Skees Family Foundation
Suzanne Skees serves as founder/board chair of the Skees Family Foundation, which supports innovative self-help programs in the U.S. and developing countries in education and job creation. She studied English literature at Boston College and world religions at Harvard Divinity School. Writing for online and print media, she travels from schools to slums, prisons to farms, serving as a storyteller for nonprofit workers, social entrepreneurs, and their courageous clients, who toil every day to end poverty and create equality. Her next book, MY JOB: More People at Work Around the World, Book 2, will be released in March, 2019, as is available for pre-order on Amazon.
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How to Prioritize Your Mental Health When Your Career Feels Overwhelming

by Suzanne Skees
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The Age of the Profession Is Dead: 3 Reasons You Should Focus on Your Skills, Not a Profession

by Suzanne Skees

Millennials Want to Work. They Just Don’t Want to Settle.

by Suzanne Skees

How to Find Gratitude During the Holidays when you Feel as if You Can’t

by Suzanne Skees

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