Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff, Alyssa Mastromonaco, Reveals the Keys to Her Washington Success

As the youngest woman to be Deputy Chief of Staff at the White House, Alyssa Mastromonaco certainly has some incredible stories to tell. Now, Alyssa is sharing her amazing insights into the inner workings of Washington – and what it takes to get things done in one of the world’s most complex environments – through her exclusive speaking engagements with American Program Bureau.

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Alyssa Mastromonaco

Alyssa Mastromonaco, Former White House Chief of Staff

Now, Alyssa is entering the next phase of her remarkable career, speaking to audiences about the amazing journeys she has taken and sharing the many things she has learned along the way.

(PRWEB) July 10, 2014

As the youngest woman to be Deputy Chief of Staff at the White House, Alyssa Mastromonaco certainly has some incredible stories to tell. After all, you’re talking about “the” person who had the power to decide who gets to see The President of the United States, and when. Now, Alyssa is sharing her amazing insights into the inner workings of Washington – and what it takes to get things done in one of the world’s most complex environments – through her exclusive speaking engagements with American Program Bureau.

As the White House Deputy Chief of Staff, Alyssa was more than a Presidential gatekeeper. She was the person responsible for running and managing the whole 18-acre White House compound – including the 1,700+ employees in the Executive branch - ensuring that the entire department ran smoothly, even when the rest of the government did not. Through her tenacity, ingenuity and sheer determination, Alyssa instituted an array of new strategies and processes that kept the White House up and running efficiently throughout a ceaseless series of budget cuts, international crises and even a government shutdown.

This stalwart attitude and ability to measure and take risks served Alyssa well throughout her White House career. It enabled her to manage the hiring process for all Executive political appointments, screen nominees for Cabinet positions and help coordinate the nation’s response to some of the worst natural disasters in our country’s history. Throughout it all, Alyssa continued (and continues) to break down barriers, develop new paths for progress and achieve “what couldn’t be done,” transforming the allegorical “glass ceiling” for women into a stairway of opportunity.

Now, Alyssa is entering the next phase of her remarkable career, speaking to audiences about the amazing journeys she has taken and sharing the many things she has learned along the way such as how to successfully assemble and lead large teams of people and draw the best out of each and every one. Or discuss proven ways to handle crises of all sizes, turning negative events into positive outcomes. And as an empowered woman, she proudly speaks about the choices that have led to her success, showing others how they can create their own paths to greatness.

Organizations wishing to book Alyssa Mastromonaco should contact the American Program Bureau at 1-617-614-1600 for information on available dates and program topics. For more information on American Program Bureau, please visit http://www.apbspeakers.com. For a profile on Alyssa Mastromonaco, please visit http://www.apbspeakers.com/speaker/alyssa-mastromonaco.

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