National Administrative Professionals’ Day, also known as Secretaries Day or Admin Day, is meant to recognize the professionals who keep an office and executives going.
The observance first launched in 1952 when U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Charles Sawyer proclaimed June as National Secretaries Week. In 2000, the day was changed to the third Wednesday in April and name was changed to Administrative Professionals day .
NABAP has officially declared April 21st as OUR DAY - also known as Administrative Professionals Day. It's a day of celebration and gratitude for all you do for the profession. Don't miss out on what we have planned for you. Including an impactful panel discussion on Black Admins Breaking Barriers, special discounts, and a few giveaways. Mark your calendar and join us for our first annual day of you. Stay tuned for more details.