The Chief of Staff's Role in Culture Building


In recent years, Chief of staff roles have become increasingly popular. Although job descriptions vary, most Chiefs of Staff are responsible for defining company processes & systems like communication norms, OKRs, and team-wide policies. These structures influence and reinforce the way teams work together and, ultimately, help define company culture.


In this webinar, hosted in collaboration with the Chief of Staff Network, we discuss:

1) How we define “company culture”

2) Common signs of a healthy and unhealthy company culture

3) Explicit and implicit ways Chiefs of Staff help define & model company culture

Meet Our Panelists

Priyanka Peeramsetty, Chief of Staff at inFeedo

Priyanka is currently the Chief of Staff at InFeedo,

Her work through the last 7+ years has prepped her to mobilize operations, own 0-1 projects and be the CXO’s confidant through tech interventions. She is a force multiplier and a happy generalist.

Her experience includes: designing a women’s startup incubator and a leadership lab, implement skill initiatives for Tier-2/3 towns, and training young community leaders globally.

She has won the following awards:
🏆 INK’s Future Maker 2023
🏆 Women Economic Forum Award – “Iconic Woman Creating a Better World for All”
🏆 Global Shaper of the World Economic Forum, Hyderabad Hub
🏆 Mentor of Change, Atal Tinkering Labs of Niti Aayog, Government of India

nkem oghedo

Nkem Oghedo is the founder of Adá, a marketplace that helps companies celebrate diversity authentically with team events hosted by Black chefs. Previously, she worked in management consulting and served as the Chief of Staff of wellness startup, Care/of. Her professional mission is to create equitable economies in which Black communities thrive. She holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Yale University and an MBA from Harvard Business School

The Chief of Staff Network is the authoritative community for accomplished Chiefs of Staff who want to empower their principals and teams through professional development, tactical resources, and access to a trusted peer community.