He was the executive assistant to the director of central intelligence in 1995 and 1996.
That's what makes her a good executive assistant, but she has other qualities, too.
Today, the executive assistant's job is moving the information to the right people.
She is currently married with two children and works as an executive assistant for a construction company.
"She is the model for today's executive assistant," he said.
It was difficult getting in touch with her because the executive assistant had no permanent number at which she could be reached.
He stared at the cigarette a moment, then said to his young executive assistant.
I was the executive assistant to the "Saunders" part of the company name.
Our company personnel department had assigned me a new secretary who was already on the job, looking every bit the executive assistant.
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When she'd applied for her job it was described as an 'executive assistant'.
Generally, those employees have other responsibilities, acting as executive assistants or working with constituents.
From 1951 to 1952, he was executive assistant to the Minister of Justice.
Mahoney was executive assistant to Martin during the latter's unsuccessful 1990 leadership campaign.
"A valued secretary may become an 'executive assistant' at higher pay," he said.
After returning to Quebec, he served as executive assistant to the deputy minister of education from 1967 to 1969.
He returned in 1965 as executive assistant and was promoted to secretary the following year.
Having two executive assistants is de rigueur for most executives these days.
He also worked in the 1980s as executive assistant to Clyde Wells.
Of course, it can be done exactly your way, if you have executive assistants, interns and the like.