That’s how I learned how to type. Lam: What was your first job as a receptionist? Leonard-Porch: I started my receptionist career at an in-house magazine for a nonprofit organization that helps struggling communities. I worked as a receptionist for about a year. I outgrew the position and there was no place else to go. Then I moved on to another position at Cook County Hospital as a floating secretary. I went from department to department, wherever anyone was out or needed assistance. From there, I became an assistant in the Department of Cardiology. [After some months,] I answered a random ad in the newspaper and got a position with the National Parent Teacher Association. I think that’s really when my love affair started, because I was an administrative assistant and I was in charge of my own little department within the National PTA.
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