C Suite Assistants

New York
Staffing
Specialties

Excerpt

Our team tailors each search experience to your unique needs. We get to know your business and your company culture so we can deliver exactly what you’re looking for.


Company Description

Carol and Suzanne, the two founding partners of C-Suite Assistants, both share the same surname, Coleman, so they often hear the question, “Are you sisters?” which invariably leads to the Pizza Story.

After a successful career as a banker and then as a recruiter at a Fairfield County staffing firm, Carol Coleman founded C-Suite’s parent company, Coleman & Company, in 1999. Suzanne Coleman (no relation), a recruiter at a staffing agency in NYC, happened to meet Carol at a local pizza parlor one fateful Friday night when their “Coleman” pizza orders were mixed up—hold the anchovies! As good recruiters do, they started a friendly conversation, and the rest is history. Suzanne and Carol joined forces in 2003 and wanting to expand their services to their existing search clients, they decided to launch C-Suite Assistants as a separate division to specialize in the recruitment of assistants for senior executives. Today the C-Suite division is extremely successful and focuses exclusively on the placement of executive and administrative assistants for CEOs CFOs, COOs, CMOs, General Counsels and other high-ranking members of the executive team.

Web URL: https://csuiteassistants.com/
Phone Number: (646) 214-7475
Email: [email protected]
Full Address: 144 E 44th St, 7th Floor New York, NY 10017

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