About Me

Paula Pipitone is a seasoned executive administrative professional with over 20 years of financial industry experience. She currently works for a non-profit in New York. Pipitone spends her free time reading, exercising, traveling, cooking, hiking, ballet, spending time with her family, and participating in the performing arts.

Pipitone pays close attention to detail while assisting executives and managers at all levels of the organization. She works as a senior vice president's assistant at FINRA, a non-profit organization that protects investors and market integrity. Pipitone started with the company in March 2007.

Paula Pipitone organizes travel and meetings, creates meeting agendas, and implements workflow improvement strategies. She also looks after the company's computer database, tracks employee sick and vacation days, and helps with SEC and internal audits. Pipitone also liaises with other FINRA departments, resolving operational issues and fostering a collaborative culture.

FINRA is a non-profit organization overseen by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The organization interacts with and provides tools to member firms, investors, and policymakers. Its goal is to find solutions that foster innovation, collaboration, and fairness in the regulatory environment. Pipitone contributes to the company's mission of keeping investors safe while participating in US capital markets.

FINRA enables investors and firms to participate in the market with confidence. The company uses its extensive expertise, market intelligence, and cutting-edge technology to provide the brokerage industry with the first line of defense at no cost to taxpayers.

Pipitone began her career at Charmer Industries as an administrative assistant. Before joining Prestige Wine Imports in 2003, she worked as an administrative assistant for North Shore Prosthodontic Associates.

Pipitone continued to work as an administrative assistant at Prestige Wine Imports while taking on more financial responsibilities. She coordinated domestic and international travel for executives, prepared and executed loan requests, and processed FX trades during her three years with the company.

Pipitone then spent a year in New York as an executive assistant for Price Waterhouse Coopers, LLP. She bought supplies, proofread reports and correspondence, and organized executive travel.

In 1999, Pipitone graduated from St. Vincent Ferrer High School. She earned a finance degree from Queensborough Community College.

Management, leadership, and valuation are among Pipitone's professional skills. She is also very creative and has excellent visualization abilities.

Paula Pipitone manages human resources functions such as 401(k) and benefits plans. Pipitone has also prepared and executed loan requests, expense reports, accounts receivable and payable, and accounts payable and receivable. Pipitone is knowledgeable about office software such as Cliqbook, PeopleSoft, QuickBooks, and the Microsoft Office suite.

Pipitone has worked as an administrative assistant for the past 20 years. Administrative assistants assist administrative professionals by keeping them organized and performing tasks that allow them to take on higher-level responsibilities. Typical responsibilities include organizing meetings, writing documents, and greeting visitors to the office.

Administrative assistants like Paula Pipitone have a wide range of responsibilities from one job to the next. Assistants can help with a variety of tasks, including:

Greeting visitors and organizing and coordinating meetings

Creating memos, emails, reports, and other forms of correspondence

Mail collection and distribution

Making and keeping physical and electronic filing systems

Administrative assistants may also be required to write and edit documents, manage accounts, and perform bookkeeping and other financial duties.

Administrative assistants like Pipitone require many skills to succeed in their roles. They must be able to communicate and collaborate with other administrators, management, clients, and support personnel and make sound decisions. They must be capable of organizing themselves and others and prioritizing their calendars. Administrative assistants must be able to write in various styles and be familiar with commonly used office software.

Paula Pipitone demonstrates her dedication to public service by participating in various charitable activities. Pipitone supports St. Jude's Children's Hospital by walking and running for brain and breast cancer research through Relay for Life.

The American Cancer Society, one of the leading non-profit organizations dedicated to cancer research, promotes the annual Relay for Life walks and runs. The event participants work together to walk through the night. Teams receive donations in fixed amounts or per mile walked to help fund cancer research.

St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital is one of the world's largest and most influential nonprofit organizations dedicated to children's health. St. Jude funds pediatric disease research and provides free treatment to children with serious medical conditions. Danny Thomas, an actor and entertainer founded the organization 50 years ago.


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