Founder, HobbleJog Foundation, Inc.
Founder & CEO, Swan Consulting Group, Inc.
Credentialed Executive and Physician Leadership Coach
Strength, courage and persistence are not mere words for Susan Hahn, founder of the HobbleJog Foundation. Susan embodies these traits every day as a survivor of a near-fatal accident in 2013. Only six weeks after completing her first triathlon, she was hit by a speeding car while crossing a highway with her bike. She not only survived–she is teaching others to thrive through the HobbleJog Foundation.
Susan is no stranger to coaxing out the potential of others. Her executive coaching firm, Swan Consulting Group, Inc., has been serving senior leaders and organizations since 2001 by providing organizational expertise and leadership coaching.
Before starting her consulting firm, Susan spent 17 years working in executive positions at Sheppard Pratt, a leading Baltimore-based behavioral health system. She started as a clinician, then moved up the ladder to manager, director, and eventually rose to Vice President & Chief Operating Officer. A lifelong learner, Susan holds advanced academic degrees and licenses that bridge psychology and business management.
Susan’s drive to recuperate from her traumatic brain injury (TBI) allowed her to recover the ability to walk and strengthened her body and her mind. Her recovery time taught her the qualities needed to confront adversity and win. Full of gratitude for her life, Susan dedicated herself to helping others and in July 2016 founded The HobbleJog Foundation, named after the half walk, half jog gait she demonstrated as she exercised her way to health. HobbleJog Foundation supports teens and young adults recovering from neurological trauma, inspiring them to reach their full potential.
Her friend and former boss, CEO Emeritus of Sheppard Pratt, Steven Sharfstein, MD noted “Susan, you took a major near-death tragedy in your life and turned it into something miraculous in support of young people who will move forward as our future leaders!”
Susan is also:
- Founding president of the International Coach Federation (ICF), MD chapter
- Published author
- Credentialed Physician Leadership Coach (Physician Coaching Institute)
- Inductee, 2017 Top 100 Women in Maryland (Daily Record)
Contact Susan: Smhahn@SwanConsulting.com; Susan.Hahn@HobbleJog.org; 410.975.9751
Lori Raggio, MBA, SHRM-CP, PHR, Founder and CEO of Inspire Greatness Coaching and Consulting, LLC, serves as the creation catalyst, soul activist, and intuitive transformation alchemist helping leaders remove their armor, find their authentic self, and live aligned with their passion and purpose.
Lori is a compassionate, strategic, innovative, and results oriented leadership coach, human capital consultant and transformational retreat leader with over 25 years of progressive experience in private and public fast paced entrepreneurial growth organizations. Lori has coach certifications in Conversational Intelligence; Intelligent Leadership; Narrative Coaching, Team Coaching and is a certified Transformational Retreat Leader.
Lori has a master’s degree in Business Administration from Loyola University Sellinger School of Business and several additional graduate and undergraduate degrees in Social Services and English.
Lori serves on two boards of nonprofit organizations that have missions that align with her goal to support organizations and individuals to thrive in their greatness. Lori is also the first board President of the HobbleJog Foundation and the Immediate Past President of ICF Arizona.
Lori lives in Goodyear, Arizona with her two huskies Klondike and Takoda, a place where her heart and soul called her to during the pandemic in June 2020. Her son Dante is a cardiac ICU nurse in Springfield, MA and aspires to be a Nurse Anesthetist.
Lori can often be found playing Pickleball and walking in the desert. Lori is a 5 time Amazon bestselling author and an avid reader and has been a member of a book club for over 20 years. Lori is a lifelong learner, powered by purpose, driven by insatiable curiosity with a passion to build a better community one conversation at a time.
Doug has been with the Hoffman Eells Group since January 2007, when his firm, Hoffman CPAs, merged with Dragon Benware & Company, becoming the largest firm in the North Country. He earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Connecticut and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from SUNY Plattsburgh. In addition to being a Certified Public Accountant, Doug has also received the designation of Personal Financial Specialist (PFS) by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Doug works with a wide variety of clients, from small family-owned businesses to high net worth individuals, with their estate, tax, business, and personal planning, and has done so for more than 35 years. Prior to starting his own CPA firm, he worked for Price Waterhouse & Co., and was the controller for the Lake Placid 1980 Olympic Winter Games. He also has the experience of operating thirteen businesses between his wife, three children, along with his own entities within their family enterprises. Doug is a consultant and principal in American Business Transitions, Inc., an organization dedicated to helping family business owners. He is also a partner in Adirondack Asset Management, LLC, a personal financial planning and investment management firm.
Over the past decade, Matt has been working in the nonprofit space, supporting volunteer-led boards for global organizations. This has provided a tremendous opportunity to learn and grow through connection to mission-driven organizations and the brilliant passionate people who make them successful.
Matt has a Bachelors in International Studies and a Masters in Global Economics. He has accumulated dozens of hours of coach training, a continued study of progressive organizational development theory, and is currently pursuing certification in Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching.