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View from the Top: Our conversation with Cyndi Zagieboylo, President and CEO of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
To celebrate our firm’s 35-year history, The Alexander Group is featuring outstanding executives we have recruited to discuss their leadership style and the legacy they hope to leave.
This month, we feature Cyndi Zagieboylo, President and CEO of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Cyndi began her career with the Society in 1985 and was frequently promoted to positions of greater responsibility as her leadership abilities were recognized. She was promoted to President and CEO ...
What is it like to start a new leadership role in the midst of a pandemic? How do you build relationships with stakeholders, get to know your team, and lay the groundwork for strategic and operational initiatives while sheltering in place? We caught up with Gavin Gray, new Chief Operating Officer for Am Law 100 firm K&L Gates, to get the scoop. Gavin, his husband, and their two dogs were at their home in ...
The work from home debate has long been hotly contested. Who could have foreseen that a global pandemic would put the concept so thoroughly and decisively to the test—or rather “stress test,” as spouses, partners, children and pets compete for limited space, solitude and (pets excluded) bandwidth? All while laboring under the heavy burden of health and economic fears.
Although some industries and job functions may lend themselves more naturally to working from home ...
To celebrate our firm’s 35-year history, The Alexander Group and its sister firm Alex & Red are talking to several of the outstanding executives we have recruited to ask about their lessons learned, leadership style, and the legacy they hope to leave behind.