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Thought leader Bonnie Low-Kramen says, "there has never been a better time to be an EA than right now. There has also never been a more complicated time to work as an EA than right now." Since 2008 and the financial crisis, the world has changed and EAs have had to change with it. In our volatile and evolving environment, we will pull the curtain back on the important global trends that affect the one half billion assistants in the world.These include, EAs being viewed as strategic business partners who now have a seat at the table and an important voice to add as a contributor.
For 25 years, Bonnie Low-Kramen worked as the Personal Assistant to Oscar winner Olympia Dukakis and now travels the world educating, empowering, and inspiring. In May, 2019, Bonnie’s work was featured as a Forbes cover story. As the bestselling author of Be the Ultimate Assistant and the founder of Ultimate Assistant Training, she is one of the most respected leaders in the administrative profession. Bonnie is a columnist for Executive Secretary Magazine and is at the center of the movements to end workplace bullying and to close the wage gap. Named 2015 Educator of the Year by DEMA, the Domestic Estate Managers Association, Bonnie is known for her passionate commitment to be a catalyst for positive change in the global workplace. To date, she has spoken and taught in 14 countries. Clients include Starbucks, Amazon, PwC, AMC Entertainment, Dell, and MasterCard. Bonnie co-hosts the “Be the Ultimate Assistant Podcast” with Vickie Sokol Evans where they tackle the burning workplace issues. With trademark honesty and humor, she pulls the curtain back so that we can all lean in and excel at the very highest levels. Bonnie holds a BA from Rutgers University. A native New Jerseyan turned Floridian, Bonnie believes that you can’t be it if you can’t see it. She helps her audiences to see what is really happening in our modern workplace so that they can change the world.