Audiences find her refreshing, entertaining and inspiring.
Students are empowered by her intelligence, generosity, and passion.
Readers can’t put the book down.
BONNIE LOW-KRAMEN is a Jersey girl whose voice is one of the most respected in the administrative profession. With honesty and humor, she pulls the curtain back on a career that is glamorized and misunderstood. She is known for her passionate commitment to professional assistants and to affecting positive change in the workplace believing that the way to do this is through education and training of both assistants and managers. Both groups are the backbone of global business and as such, are deserving of professional development in the form of training.
This is her calling. This is her why.
For 25 years, Bonnie worked in show business as the personal assistant to actors Olympia Dukakis and Louis Zorich. One of her biggest accomplishments was surviving 1988 which was the year Olympia won the Oscar for Moonstruck, Michael Dukakis ran for the presidency, and Bonnie gave birth to her son Adam…and all without a computer or a cell phone.
Seeing there were so few resources for assistants, she authored the best-selling book, “Be the Ultimate Assistant: A celebrity assistant’s secrets to working with any high-powered employer.” Her articles on workplace issues affecting professional assistants are widely published.
Bonnie is a co-founder of the professional association New York Celebrity Assistants (NYCA) and works to build positive collaborations and networks between assistants around the world.
A New Jersey native and Rutgers University graduate, Bonnie is a popular speaker at global conferences on her quest to change the workplace for the better.
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