Summer Intern, Investigations Department (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 12, 2012
working at the ADL was like working with your family, everyone was very friendly and willing to help if ever there was an issue. Working for a non profit really opens your eyes to the issues we all face.
family environment, work hand in hand with the community, educate people on the issues we face everyday
Office Manager/Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 29, 2017
● Directly responsible for managing twelve administrative assistants, including interns and their daily functions at the regional office and to provide executive support to the Regional Director. ● Coordinated administrative support for events, board retreats and coordinated regular board meetings. ● Managed all details of event logistics; reserve location, negotiate contracts, plan menus arrange set-up, mail invitations and monitor reservations. Maintained and monitored monthly budget reports expenditures to assure adherence to national budget guidelines.
Executive Assistant to Vice President (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 5, 2017
As an older non profit with a lot of legal background, the place just had too many forms for every action you wanted to take. Nothing was online or streamlined and email seemed to be the main reason to have a computer at all. The general mood of the workplace is somber and it feels like everyone is doing three jobs.
great location, great cause
older management, too much unnecessary paperwork, bad work culture