Virtual Personal Assistant Services for Professional Speakers and Coaches
Integrated Digital Marketing and Other Services
Assist with your social media and outbound email communications
Website and Graphic Design Services including powerpoint presentations
Assist with your editorial calendar to manage your blogs, or research for whitepapers
Assist with your website maintenance to keep it secure and up to date.
Administrative Services including research, invoicing, responding to emails and client care.
I am available to speak or consult about Accessibility and Inclusion
My mission is to collaborate and assist professional women speakers and coaches with their digital presence and activities. My areas of support include designing and maintaining websites, landing pages, outbound email marketing, and social media so that you can spend more time focusing on what you love doing and are good at.
As a former marketing executive, you can tap my previous experience in event marketing and management such as trade shows, webinars, marketing strategy, and content development.
As a previous business owner and current entrepreneur, I know what it is like to run a business.
That is why I am the perfect person to be part of your team, whether you have realized you cannot do it all alone, or you are just starting out.
30-minute Discovery call is free.
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Think about it. We do or will eventually become disabled. Disability is a funny word. It can apply to temporary, episodic, or permanent forms of disability. Surely – if you are color blind, that is considered a disability or an impairment. You wear glasses – an impairment. You have “lazy eye” and to “heal it,”…Read More
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