Margaret Richardson is Chief of Staff to the President & Editor-in-Chief of Devex, a media platform for the global development community. Margaret’s primary responsibilities include providing critical, high-level support and strategic guidance to her boss, assisting in Devex external affairs and high-level communications, engaging and managing key influencers and business development opportunities, and developing and executing special projects as needed. Margaret also manages and support efforts to lead the Devex People team which is focused on internal Talent and Culture.  Margaret started her career working as an intern for the Angus King for Senate political campaign. She received her Bachelor’s in 2014 from Smith College where majored in Political Science and Government. Press play on this T4C episode if you want to learn how to turn an interest in politics or government or even the media or international development into a super interesting career track!

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:

  • What a Chief of Staff does on a day-to-day basis
  • What is the difference between an Administrative Assistant & a Chief of Staff
  • How to plan out yearly, monthly and weekly goals and objectives
  • How time management is a key to your professional success
  • Why it is so important to regularly update your resume
  • Why owning your mistakes is so important in the professional world
  • Why playing competitive sports in high school and college can be a game changer professionally
  • If you want to learn more about how to break into Devex and how to become a Chief of Staff or Special Assistant listen to T4C episode #96 w/ Margaret Richardson

 

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