Chief of Staff Panel: Navigation from a CoS role to a new leadership position with Rachel Lau, Dev Sethi, and Maggie Hsu

Chief of Staff Panel: Navigation from a CoS role to a new leadership position with Rachel Lau, Dev Sethi, and Maggie Hsu
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Chief of Staff roles take many forms, as do career paths after operating in the role. If you're considering applying for a CoS role or are currently a CoS, join us for a conversation with three former Chiefs. You'll hear about how each individual leveraged their experience to land leadership positions at some of the most successful tech companies. We'll collect your questions prior to the panel and live during the event. See below for more information on our great panelists!

Rachel Lau oversees Go-to-Market Treasury Strategy and Operations for PayPal and its subsidiaries from the New York office. Prior to PayPal, Rachel worked at Via Transportation as Chief of Staff to the CEO and as an Expansion Manager, overseeing the launch of Via's shared-ride technology in new markets. She has also worked at J.P. Morgan in its New York and Hong Kong offices. Rachel completed her BSBA in Finance and International Business with a minor in Psychology at Georgetown University.

Dev Sethi is the Head of Sports at Instagram. He oversees strategic partnerships across the sports ecosystem, including athletes, leagues, teams, and media organizations. Before joining Instagram in fall 2018, Dev was Complex Networks' first Chief of Staff reporting to CEO Rich Antoniello. Hired after Complex was acquired by Verizon and Hearst in a joint venture, he was responsible for creating strategic external partnerships as well as optimizing internal operations across content and business functions spanning Complex Networks’ portfolio of millennial-focused brands. Prior to Complex, Dev led Partnerships & Operations at media startup Whistle Sports, an emerging sports media brand, data/analytics consultancy, and content network. Dev spent the first 6 years of his career at Google, the first 4 working in its sales practice before transitioning to YouTube to manage new partnerships focused on the sports vertical.

Maggie Hsu is the Global Business Development Lead for Amazon Managed Blockchain. Previously, she led business development for Fluidity, a technology provider for tokenizing and trading securities on Ethereum. Prior to that, Maggie was Chief of Staff for Tony Hsieh of, as well as a consultant at McKinsey. She holds undergraduate and MBA degrees from Harvard University.