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Executive Assistant to the Founder/CEO


All Star Code is a nonprofit computer science education organization focused on motivated Black and Latino young men. Few organizations prepare this underserved group for careers in the innovation economy. Our ultimate goal is to close the wealth, income, and opportunity gaps.


The tech industry is the engine of innovation and job growth, yet only 1% of VC-backed startups have a Black or Latino person on the founding team. All Star Code creates economic opportunity by developing a new generation of entrepreneurs who have the tools they need to succeed in technology.


The Executive Assistant to the CEO is a role crucial to the success of this rapidly-growing organization. The Founder and CEO of All Star Code, Christina Lewis Halpern, wears many hats and needs an Executive Assistant who can support her work as the leader of the organization and thought leader in the nonprofit, startup, and tech spaces.


  • Provide administrative support to the Chief Executive Officer, including but not limited to detailed calendar management, expense report management, mail processing, invitation coordination, and travel coordination
  • Support the CEO in managing and prioritizing incoming and outgoing critical correspondence
  • Update and maintain CEO’s contacts and the organization’s press database
  • Identify, propose, and implement solutions to inefficiencies in the CEO’s daily and ongoing operations
  • Coordinate meetings, including attendee management, materials preparation, room set-up and issue resolution
  • Create and maintain filing systems for the CEO in accordance with organizational norms
  • Assist CEO in creation and editing of documents and presentations for external audiences
  • Facilitate communication between the CEO and employees while maintaining the utmost confidentiality and sensitivity
  • Coordinate quarterly board meetings and ongoing board sub-committee meetings
  • Greet guests and work with building management to ensure smooth guest access to ASC office
  • Support the Director of Operations and Special Projects with tasks, events, or other office needs


  • Minimum of three years of experience as an Executive Assistant reporting directly to senior management; additional receptionist or office management experience a plus
  • Advanced Microsoft Office and Google Suite skills, with an ability to get up to speed quickly with new software and programs
  • Impeccable attention to detail regardless of pace or level of ambiguity
  • Ability to find or create structure with information from a wide range of sources
  • Strong organizational, project management and problem-solving skills
  • Exceptional EQ: empathy, optimism, relationship-building, integrity, resilience and humility
  • Friendly and professional demeanor


Joining the All Star Code means a commitment to our three pillars: Dare Greatly, Celebrate Failure, and Tell Your Story. It's a fast-moving environment with a focus on outcomes for our All Stars.

All Star Code is a great place to work - our offices are at Bond Collective in the Financial District in Manhattan; we share common space with some of the newest and most cutting-edge startups in the city. Our alumni are always dropping in to say hi or get support for their budding college and entrepreneurship prospects, and our walls are covered in the plans we’re making to improve our programs and initiatives.


Financial District, Manhattan, New York City


Salary is competitive and All Star Code offers a comprehensive benefits package for all full-time employees.

All Star Code is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes candidates from diverse backgrounds.

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