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Bethany Lampland

I write about owning your career and improving your management skills.

I am the first chief operating officer at one of New York City’s largest and oldest nonprofits, with nearly 2,000 employees serving families in need. I’ve learned the hard way how to manage teams, inspire colleagues and do a lot with a little. My career journey has been circuitous, with stops along the way as divergent as corporate law firms and children's charities. Through it all I’ve learned to think expansively, take risks and truly own my career. I have degrees from Northwestern University and The University of Chicago School of Law and have received an equally important education from many everyday professors of life.

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