Fantastic Response to IYOTSA 2014

Super excited to say that I’ve had a fantastic response to my request for interviews for the IYOTSA 2014 project.

The idea is to showcase amazing administrative professionals and trainers from all over the globe. We are a wonderful and powerful group of business leaders in our own right. To be able to kickoff the blog year with the superb Sue France has been wonderful.

But wait… there’s more!

I’ve received more than a dozen suggestions of admin leaders to spotlight- so I may have to adjust this schedule and highlight more than 1 or 2 a month.

If you’re not familiar with International Year of the Secretary and Administrative Assistant (IYOTSA) 2014. Please do visit their Facebook page at or the group within LinkedIn.  You may even want to join in on the fun project of posting your photo as part of their ‘Face of a PA’ campaign.  PAs are the equivalent of EAs and AAs here in the States.

Stay tuned as I hope to post up the next interview with a truly extraordinary woman I’ve had the pleasure of meeting twice. I’ll never forget the day I got a call from her!  It was an adrenaline rush, but it was also showing the true heart of professional admins looking out for one another.  Hope to have that interview post up in the next few days.

Until then– #KeepLearningKeepGrowing


Author: KMK Foley

Storyteller. Wicked sense of humor. Tenacious learner, Coffee Lover, especially Dunkin' Donuts.

3 thoughts on “Fantastic Response to IYOTSA 2014”

  1. Hi there

    I’m working with Lucy Brazier as Ambassador for Singapore for IYOTSA 2014. I am originally from Sheffield and have lived in Singapore for 11 years this time (previously another 5). I’m speaking at Lucy’s conference Executive Secretary LIVE in March in London. It would be great if we could chat about the possibility of an interview too. You might want to look at my website for more information, and you’ll also find a transcript of an interview here that Lucy and I did.

    My other corporate website is

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    1. Thank you, Shirley.
      I was originally scheduled to attend ExecSecLive this year, but unfortunately the scheduling did not work out with the company that employs me. I will definitely follow up with via my personal account – probably by the end of next week. I’m so thrilled with the responses I’ve received!

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