I’m very excited to share my conversation with the Michelle Parise, Former EA to the CEO of Pinterest, in Episode 39 of The Leader Assistant Podcast!
Michelle Parise has over 15 years of experience as an Administrative Professional supporting CEOs in the fields of Commercial Real Estate, Venture Capital, and Technology.
She took the job as EA to the CEO of Pinterest when they had around 60 employees and a valuation of $100 million. When she left over 4 years later, Pinterest had over 1300 employees and a valuation of around $12 billion. Michelle talks about working in that hyper growth environment, managing an executive’s inbox, and more. She has some great advice for assistants in all types of organizations.
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Michelle Parise has over 15 years of experience as an Administrative Professional supporting CEOs in the fields of Commercial Real Estate, Venture Capital and Technology. She’s been sought out as a leader in the Administrative field for her exceptional skills and speaks regularly at industry conferences.
While working at Pinterest, she built a best-in-class Administrative team and centralized the Administrative function, becoming the first team Manager.
Michelle now is focused on helping individuals prepare for interviews, identify career goals, and grow their careers as well as helping companies build and develop their teams. Michelle lives in the Bay Area’s East Bay with her husband and two sons.
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