Julie Perrine is an administrative expert, speaker, author, and procedures pro. She is the founder and CEO of All Things Admin, a company dedicated to developing and providing breakthrough products, training, mentoring, and resources for administrative professionals worldwide.
Julie has more than 25 years of experience in the administrative profession spanning several industries and serving in corporate and startup settings. Julie’s main mission is to guide, encourage, and connect administrative professionals to the innovative technologies, ideas, resources, and people they need as they work toward achieving their career goals. Her upbeat, straightforward, step-by-step approach to handling the opportunities and challenges facing administrative professionals gives them proactive strategies for developing a plan, creating forward motion, and achieving great results.
Julie has created several innovative tools and programs for administrative professionals, including the AdminPro Training Series, AdminTech Crash Course, Administrative Procedures Toolkit, Kick-Start Creating Your Administrative Procedures Binder Course, Professional Portfolio Builder, and ePortfolio Builder.
Julie transformed a career as an administrative professional into several successful enterprises and shares her knowledge, expertise, and resources with individuals, corporations, and organizations as an online business model consultant, personality type strategist, and productivity expert. As a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator administrator, she facilitates understanding and communication among individuals and teams to improve performance, communication, self-awareness, and team cohesion through workshops and individual consulting services.
Julie writes regularly for the Executive Secretary Magazine, ezCater, Sane Spaces, and her All Things Admin blog. Her articles have been published in professional association newsletters nationwide. She has been active in local and international organizations, including the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) and the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO).