In this episode, I chat with Danielle Hill, former EA to the CEO of e.l.f. Beauty, as well as former EA to one of the co-founders of Pandora.
Danielle and I talk about getting your seat at the table, handling conflict in the workplace, what executives can do to get more out of their assistants, and the importance of being proactive.
Danielle also shares her story of standing next to her CEO at the podium of the New York Stock Exchange when their company went public.
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If you’re offered a seat on a rocket ship, don’t ask which seat. Just get on.
– Sheryl Sandberg
CONNECT WITH DANIELLE
As a Sr. Executive Assistant, Danielle Hill most recently partnered with the Chairman and CEO of e.l.f. Beauty, Tarang Amin.
Prior to e.l.f. Beauty, she supported Tarang at Schiff Nutrition, where they sold the company to Reckitt Benckiser.
Prior to that, she supported the COO of OnLive and co-founder of Pandora, Etienne Handman.
Danielle started her career in marketing, but quickly realized her strengths in planning and execution partnered well with executives at high growth companies.
She has been supporting c-suite executives for over 10 years.
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