Sue Mintz

Certified Retirement Transition Coach

With over 25 years of experience at AT&T, my primary focus was in the areas of Human Resources, Leadership Development, Communication & Training and Career Coaching. I was recognized for my highly effective training, facilitation skills, and ability to successfully collaborate with others to achieve desired results. 


When I retired, I felt comfortable with my financial plan. However, I didn’t know what I didn’t know about planning for the non- financial aspects of retirement. How was I going to structure my day? How would I continue to feel purposeful, valued, and socially engaged?  I realized I wasn’t the only one with these questions.


​Now, as a Certified Retirement Transition Coach and workshop facilitator, I offer clients a framework to follow when planning for the non-financial aspects of retirement. They will see retirement for what it truly is by going through a proven process that leads them to establish a variety of ways to remain healthy and active, and feel a sense of purpose and continuous fulfillment in this new phase of life.


I am also available for speaking engagements, interviews, and writing articles about the importance of planning for this aspect of retirement.

I received my Retirement Coaching certification through Retirement Options, a division of Career Partners International LLC.  As an active member of Retirement Coaches Association, I continue to learn from like-minded colleagues about best practices when helping retirees transition into this exciting phase of life! 

I am also a  certified "Now What" facilitator/coach.  Through this program I guide my clients from what they have done in the past to who they want to become in the future! 

Please contact me for a complimentary "get to know you" visit either via email or phone. or 214.676.1888.

 The opinions expressed and material provided are for general information, and should not be considered an endorsement of any sort or solicitation for the purchase or sale of any security.

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