Tarah J is the executive assistant to the chief marketing officer at PODS. She has over 10 years of administrative support experience, including many years at Estée Lauder Companies in New York.
In this episode of The Leader Assistant Podcast, Tarah shares her EA career story, tips for leading your executive(s), and advice for new assistants.
I really enjoyed Tarah’s energy and passion for the EA profession and trust you will too!
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Make it better, become better, or leave it alone.
– Tarah J
- Haitian heritage, Florida native
- Career EA/admin with lots of trial and error to get to where she is today
- Lived in NY for 6 years worked for mega beauty patron, Estée Lauder
- Moved to FL when her mother was diagnosed with cancer
- Is now learning to be an EA in a new industry
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