Stacey Pinkerton
Thursday 17 Feb - Thursday 17 Feb

Abuse of Power - Mental Health for Executive & Personal Assistants

17 February at 18-19.00CET

We’re delighted to invite you to a new webinar on Abuse of Power. 

This webinar is kindly offered to IMA through our partnership with The Lifestyle Institute. 


This important webinar will cover

-Stacey’s story in brief

-Abuse of Power and how to recognize it

-Power Differential 

-How do we assist the assistant?

-Society and our law makers need to pay close attention to the lessons we learned in the two Cosby trials.

-How can you be an influence in your area for future generations?

-Open discussion Q&A


Why is it important?

To understand the limits of an assistance work and how to recognize potential situations that could end in an abuse of power from our boss or client. Also, to learn what you can do if you find yourself in a situation of abuse.


Replay of the webinar was available to members only for one month after the webinar.

Who is Stacey Pinkerton?

Stacey’s professional background in entertainment, and health industries has granted her a unique insiders perspective to navigate high stake relationships. 

After surviving brain cancer at a young age, sexual assault as a child, and later sexual assault from one of America’s most revered celebrities, she redefined this trauma into a source of empowerment for herself and others, thus becoming a thriver and a powerful voice throughout the world.

Stacey approached the Lifestyle Institute Alberta La Grup to initiate a long overdue subject resulting in the pioneer master class on Abuse of Power for EA's and PA’s.

Stacey is currently working with the Consent Awareness Network, a Super Pac that’s creating awareness and fighting to change our laws in order to fix the terrible flaws in our penal laws.  

This year at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival premiere Docu Series, We Need to Talk About Cosby,  by director W. Kamau Bell, Stacey joined the director during the panel discussion in what may be the most difficult discussion the entertainment industry has ever had: The LatinX House.

Stacey has been featured in The Sunday Times, The Washington Post, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Daily Beast, Huffington Post and many others. She was in the Los Angeles Times Podcast Chasing Cosby, and new documentary How We Need To Talk About Cosby now airing on Showtime.