Susana Roza has been working as a journalist, coach and speaker for 25 years.
She began her career presenting the daily news on Spain's public television channel, TVE, in her hometown of Oviedo, Spain. From there, she moved on to the United States where she was a news writer and presenter for CBS Telenoticias out of Miami and CNN en español, based in Atlanta. After 7 years, she returned to Spain where she became the main image of the morning news on TVE, which was the leading newscast in its time slot for 8 straight years. In her 23 years as news presenter, she logged more than 10,000 hours of live broadcasting.
During the final years of her journalistic career, she combined presenting newscasts with conferences on “Communication and Leadership”, business school classes on “Effective Presentations” and executive consulting, helping to improve business leaders' public speaking abilities. Ikea, Nokia, Symantec, Oracle, Amadeus, FCC, Schweppes, Procter & Gamble, MTV and more have been among her clients.
Susana graduated from the University Complutense of Madrid with a degree in Information and Media Studies and has a Master's in Executive Coaching from La Salle International Graduate School. She was also a member of the team that received the Prince of Asturias Award for International Cooperation, given to CNN in 1997.
After living in Río de Janeiro for more than three years, she is currently living in Madrid and focused on giving speeches and spokespeople training courses in Latin America and Spain.
She speaks Spanish, English, and Portuguese.