Chief of Staff Secrets: Kirsten Nehr

In this Chief of Staff Secrets episode, we’re joined by Kirsten Nehr, Chief of Staff at Algorithmiq

Algorithmiq is on a mission to revolutionise life sciences by exploiting the potential of quantum computing to solve currently inaccessible problems. 

In today’s episode, we learn more about Kirsten’s background, including training to become a marine biologist, how the Founders Academy (now Framework) helped her accelerate her Startup career and what helped her become a successful Chief of Staff. 

Kirsten shares buckets of mentorship for any aspiring CoS, including the importance of networking, clicking with your Principle and what skills you should particularly focus on. 

For all of this and more, check out the full interview here: 

If you’re looking to become a Chief of Staff, check out our CoS Guide: 

If you’re looking for even more career inspiration, make sure you listen to our 40 Minute Mentor podcast at 

And if being a Chief of Staff sounds perfect for you, make sure to keep an eye out on our newest available positions at – or drop Chris Long a message at ku.oc.cmbj@sirhc

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