For episode two of our new Chief of Staff Secrets series, we had the pleasure of catching up with the wonderful Libby Dangoor, Chief of Staff at Multiverse.

Multiverse is a rapidly growing ScaleUp on a mission to develop a diverse pool of future leaders by creating an alternative to university and corporate training, that opens up many pathways to a life of learning.

Before joining Multiverse as their People Director, Libby started out as a Commercial Analyst at BP, before making the switch to management consulting at Bain. After working closely with Multiverse’s CEO, Euan Blair, they both knew the business is in need of a Chief of Staff. While putting together the job description, Libby became more and more interested in the role and now combines her people operations and strategic capabilities into Multiverse’s Chief of Staff.

If you’ve been following us for a while, you’ll know that we’re big fans of Multiverse. We’ve previously had the pleasure of welcoming both Founders, Sophie Adelman and Euan Blair on to our 40 Minute Mentor series. That’s why we were thrilled when Libby agreed to share her journey to Chief of Staff with us.

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