Here’s a peek into my virtual assistant beginnings.
I attended the University of Colorado at Boulder where I received a bachelor’s degree in English Literature and Communication. While working as a dedicated administrative assistant in the tall high rises in downtown Denver, I started Bus Fair, a blog about what life is like with epilepsy. My passion was to spread the word about aspects of epilepsy that people may not know about. The focus of the blog is about not being able to drive and the funny stories that come with using rideshare services and public transportation. In 2015, I decided to quit the hassle of commuting and become a virtual assistant.
I enjoyed being an administrative assistant in an office and with the help of some career coaching, I found my way onto UpWork. Now, I act as a virtual assistant helping entrepreneurs all over the country in all different types of industries. As a highly trained admin assistant, I crave organization and order. As such, I kept those skills with me as I entered the freelance world. I enjoy helping clients with their administrative duties with a focus on writing blog articles, creating fun social media posts, and drafting newsletter blasts. Of course, I am always happy to provide assistances wherever it is needed.
While being a virtual assistant is my priority, I also enjoy creative writing. I have written a wide array of short stories, personal essays, and poems. Currently, I am working on my first novel that fictionalizes real life events. For samples of my work, please visit the portfolio page.
I have all the tools, a quiet office setup, and attention to detail that makes for the ideal virtual assistant. So let’s chat!