She later gets promoted as copywriter, the first female to hold such position since World War 2. When she was 12 years old, her father died of a heart attack in front of her. She has a sister named Anita. Shortly after graduating from the Miss Deaver's, a "topnotch" secretarial school in Brooklyn, Peggy started her career as secretary to Don Draper, the creative director at Sterling Cooper. On her first day at Sterling Cooper, Peggy is given a tour of the company by office manager Joan Holloway.
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The finale had a touch of romance, a touch of bleakness and a spectacular power move from Joan. When Stephanie leaves him abandoned there, he breaks down and calls Peggy, who tells him to come home. A woman at the retreat encourages him to come to a seminar. When the man starts crying, Don goes to hug him. A smile crosses his lips.