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Susie Pritchett

Success Coach

Susie L. Pritchett is an employee at the Library of Congress. She has held several positions which have dealt directly and indirectly with the public. She is a problem solver and has been committed to conducting research and document examinations since 1985. She is a 2016 graduate of the Steve Harvey Act Like A Success School of Personal Transformation and a 2018 graduate of the School of Business Acceleration.

Susie is a graduate of Prince Georges Community College with an Associate Arts Degree in Computer Information. She also attended Strayer University in Business Management and completed the Library of Congress Career Development Program.

Susie is a member of Toastmasters International, where the local chapter held positions as president, sergeant at arms, and vice-president. She is a member of Harley Davidson's national HOG chapter as well as the local Fort Washington Harley Davidson branch. She's a Harley Ladies (LOH) member under the local chapter umbrella of Fort Washington Harley Davidson.

Susie is very family-oriented, committed to her liturgical dance at church, and volunteers in many organizations.


I help women to be their authentic selves. I believe that if your basic needs are met you have the opportunity to use everything else to get what you want. A positive “can-do attitude” will lead you to everything that you desire. I show you how and build your self-esteem too! 

I, Susie Pritchett, Dare to Be Different!

I teach them self esteem is important in believing in yourself. I teach them how to self-love with what they have.

I guide women to be their authentic selves. I teach that it is not so much how you have but how much you can do with what you have.

I believe that if your basic needs are met that you have the opportunity to use everything else to get what you want. 

I teach that a positive can-do attitude is what is needed to move forward in a positive way. 

I teach them self esteem is important in believing in yourself. I teach them how to self-love with what they have.