Mallory Rothstein is an Administrative Business Partner at Google, and previously was an Associate to the Chairman and CEO of Henry Schein, Stan Bergman.
Mallory talks about getting a TEDx speaking opportunity, tips for public speaking, landing an assistant role with Stan Bergman (CEO of Henry Schein), what it’s like to work as an administrative business partner at Google, and she also talks about her passion to help high schoolers with personal development.
Real integrity is doing the right thing, knowing that nobody’s going to know whether you did it or not.
– Oprah Winfrey
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Mallory (Mal) Rothstein is an Administrative Business Partner in Search Ads at Google. Mal previously worked in People Development at Google and was an Associate to the Chairman and CEO of Henry Schein, Stan Bergman. Outside of the administrative professional world, Mal is the Founder of Learn What Matters which is about helping high schoolers invest in their personal development. Mal recently became a TEDx Speaker and is the host of a weekly Instagram Live Series called Peace Over Panic. She currently resides in the Bay Area where she enjoys cheering on the Golden State Warriors and hiking.
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