Suzanne Roff-Wexler founded Compass Point Consulting in the 1990s to provide individual and group psychotherapy. By 2005, Compass Point Consulting transitioned from a private practice into a consulting service for leadership coaching and training.
Dr. Roff-Wexler is a consulting psychologist with a strong interest in 21st technology and psychology, social media, narrative, and knowledge management. She is 2016 President of the Manhattan Psychological Association. Suzanne is Past President of the Division of Organization, Consulting, and Work Psychology and Past Chair of the Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards for the New York State Psychological Association. She holds a PhD in Counseling Psychology from New York University and a Masters of Professional Studies from the Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy, The New School University.
She is an Adjunct Assistant Professor (concentration in Organizational Behavior and Change) at New York University. Suzanne is a graduate of the Professional Coaching Program of I-Coach New York and a Practitioner within the Cognitive Edge network, formerly David Snowden’s Cynefin Centre for Organizational Complexity. She is a Regional Director of the Gurteen Knowledge Community. She has authored chapters on Organizational Knowledge, including her latest on Finding Wisdom in Big Data and Healthcare. Among other interests, she serves on the Board of Directors of the Society of Daughters of Holland Dames.
In 2015, Suzanne founded the nonprofit Psychology21C.org with its mission to help sponsor a future generation of professionals applying the science of psychology to 21st century issues related to innovation, work-life competencies, new technologies, leadership, big data, investing, and consciousness.