This episode is special because my friend Meagan Strout (CEO of Tack Advisors – the leading provider of management consulting and recruitment for administrative professionals) agreed to share the recording of one of their recent webinars called “Admin Leader in Action!”
Meagan hosts an engaging conversation with Tack Advisors’ Executive Business Partner, Alexa Gundermann and Alissa Stearman, Executive Business Partner to the CEO and Co-Founders of sweetgreen.
Alissa and Alexa discuss the dos and don’ts of developing a strong administrative team to support the co-founders and c-suite executives of a unicorn start-up. Alissa and Alexa worked in tandem supporting the sweetgreen founders and will share their insight into how to work cohesively to keep executives and admins on track.
Thank you Meagan and the Tack Advisors team for sharing this amazing conversation with the Leader Assistant Community!
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Alexa Gundermann has experience working for multiple start-ups in Manhattan and Los Angeles with the most recent role as Executive Assistant to the founders of sweetgreen. Alexa is currently the Executive Business Partner to the CEO and Marketing Coordinator at Tack Advisors; a recruiting, coaching, and consulting firm. Alexa is a certified Holistic Health Coach with her Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from Fairfield University in Connecticut.
Alissa Stearman has over a decade of executive support experience leveraging C-level executives across multiple industries. Alissa started her administrative career in fashion and moved to San Francisco in 2010 for a role at Yammer. While at Yammer, she grew with the company from 30 employees to over 500 when Microsoft acquired them in 2013. She continued her career in administrative operations at ClearSlide, Lyft, and Uber, experiencing the triumphs and tribulations of working in hyper-growth pre- and post IPO environments. Alissa currently supports the co-founders of sweetgreen, a food-tech company based in Los Angeles, CA.
Meagan Strout is the Founding Partner and CEO of Tack Advisors, the only full-service Recruiting and Consulting firm that is dedicated to progressing the role of administrative professionals. Meagan has 6 years of experience recruiting for Executive Assistants, Personal Assistants and Chiefs of Staff to support the world’s most influential leaders. Prior to transitioning her career to Talent Acquisition, Meagan worked in luxury hospitality for over a decade with Four Seasons, The Ritz-Carlton and The Breakers. While working in hospitality, she provided ‘Five Diamond’ leadership and administrative support to clients and guests around the world; and recruited, on-boarded and trained highly efficient teams.
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