Executive Assistants Network: Identifying Your Role

Wednesday, March 12, 2014 -
12:15pm to 2:00pm EDT
Doris Duke Charitable Trust, 650 Fifth Avenue, 19th floor, NYC
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This program is being offered as part of the Executive Assistants Network, but is relevant to all junior-level administrative staff.

This discussion will help identify the numerous, contemporary (post-Mad Men!) fundamentals of the Executive Assistant’s role, and how they vary relative to your supervisors, organization type, and culture.  In particular, we will address the similarities and differences between your job description and your actual on-the-job requirements.  Joan Steinberg the Managing Director of Community Affairs and Foundation at Morgan Stanley, and former Executive Director of the American Cancer Society, and Maureen Rayhill, Director of Human Resources at The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust will contribute their insights and experiences to our peer discussion.


  • The primary responsibilities of your role and elaborate on its hidden complexities.
  • How the key relationships you develop with your supervisor, foundation staff, and the general public act as important gateways for information and communication.

This program is presented by Philanthropy New York's Executive Assistants Network.

This program is "Completely Private".