Susan MacLean


Susie MacLean is Vice President for Health & Wellness Solutions and The Solutions Group (TSG), a division of Presbyterian Healthcare Services. Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, TSG is the only regional company that provides comprehensive wellness, workplace training and Employee Assistance programs and services to employer groups of all sizes, regardless of their health insurance carrier.

Prior to joining Presbyterian, Susie was President and CEO of The Solutions Group, a Wellness and Employee Assistance Program company she founded with business partner in 1999. Presbyterian purchased The Solutions Group in 2013.
As a leader, Susie values inclusion and collaboration as tool

s for gaining employee trust and loyalty. During her 14 years as a successful business owner, Susie created a work environment that fostered both creativity and empowerment. She has continued that approach in her role at Presbyterian, where many members of the original TSG team continue to work today. TSG partners with clients in much the same way, developing programs and services to meet the unique health needs of their employees while making individual wellbeing a top priority.

Passionate about health and wellness, Susie prides herself on both her personal and professional commitment to living and supporting a balanced lifestyle. She is a seasoned motivational speaker with a reputation for inspiring her audience with engaging examples and workshop concepts that offer real life applications. In 2015, she addressed attendees at the TEDxABQ Women event. Susie has also been a featured speaker at events sponsored by Albuquerque Quality Network, the Nursing Medical Surgical Symposium and the Society for Human Resource Management.

Susie earned both her Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Science in Community Health Education from the University of New Mexico. She is a 2001 graduate of Leadership Albuquerque and a 2005 graduate of the Entrepreneurial Leadership Accelerator Program. In 2013, Albuquerque Business First named Susie a Woman of Influence honoree.


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