• About Me

    Paula Pipitone is a skilled executive administrative professional with more than 20 years of experience in the financial industry. She currently works in New York for a nonprofit. She enjoys reading, working out, traveling, cooking, hiking, dancing, spending time with her family, and engaging in the performing arts in her leisure time.


    Pipitone assists executives and managers at all levels of the organization while paying special attention to detail. She works for FINRA, a nonprofit that defends investors and market integrity, as a senior vice president's assistant. In March 2007, she began working for the company.


    Paula plans outings and meetings, makes schedules, and works to enhance productivity. She also maintains staff sick and vacation days, the company's computer database, and assists with internal and SEC audits. Additionally, she communicates with other FINRA departments, addressing operational issues and establishing a cooperative environment.


    The Securities and Exchange Commission is in charge of the nonprofit organization known as FINRA. In addition to interacting with member businesses, investors, and politicians, the group also provides resources to them. Its goal is to identify approaches that foster creativity, teamwork, and fairness in the regulatory environment. Paula Pipitone helps the business achieve its goal of ensuring investor security while participating in US financial markets.


    Investors and businesses may participate in the market with confidence thanks to FINRA. The company combines its in-depth expertise, market knowledge, and state-of-the-art technology to provide the brokerage industry with the first line of protection at no cost to taxpayers.


    Pipitone started as an administrative assistant for Charmer Industries. She worked as an administrative assistant at North Shore Prosthodontic Associates before beginning her career with Prestige Wine Imports in 2003. She took on greater financial responsibility while continuing to work as an administrative assistant at Prestige Wine Imports. During her three years with the company, she organized domestic and international travel for executives, created and carried out loan requests, and engaged in FX trading.


    For a year, she subsequently worked as an executive assistant at Price Waterhouse Coopers, LLP, in New York. She made supply purchases, edited letters and reports, and planned business travels. Paula Pipitone received her high school diploma from St. Vincent Ferrer in 1999. She graduated from Queensborough Community College with a degree in finance. Pipitone's professional talents are management, leadership, and valuation. She has great vision skills and is also highly creative.


    Paula oversees HR initiatives, including 401(k) and benefits plans. Additionally, she has prepared and signed loan requests, expense reports, accounts payable and receivable, and accounts receivable and payable. Pipitone is familiar with office suites, including Microsoft Office, PeopleSoft, QuickBooks, and Cliqbook.


    For the past 20 years, Pipitone has worked as an administrative assistant. Administrative assistants support administrative professionals by keeping administrative professionals organized and handling tasks that free them up to focus on higher-level duties. Meeting planning, creating paperwork, and hosting visitors at the workplace are typical activities.


    Pipitone and other administrative assistants need various skills to succeed in their jobs. They must be able to communicate and collaborate with other administrators, management, clients, and support staff and make wise judgments. They must be able to set priorities, organize themselves and others, and manage their time. Administrative assistants need to be proficient with commonly used office software and be able to write in a variety of styles.


    Paula Pipitone participates in several charitable endeavors as evidence of her commitment to public service. She participates in the Relay for Life charity event and raises money for St. Jude's Children's Hospital by walking and running.


    The American Cancer Society promotes the annual Relay for Life walks and races, one of the top nonprofits devoted to cancer research. Together, the event participants stroll into the night. Teams collect donations in specified amounts or per mile walked to support cancer research.


    St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital is one of the world's most renowned charities devoted to children's health. Children with serious medical conditions receive free treatment from St. Jude and funding for research into pediatric illnesses. A singer and actor named Danny Thomas started the group fifty years ago.