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Elizabeth Rhymaun

Guardian of culture with a passion for people and adventure

Summary of qualifications

  • Cultivates impeccable standards of communication among clients, coworkers and vendors.
  • Inventive organizational and problem solving prowess.
  • Incredible capacity to multi-­task and thrive under pressure in a fast paced environment with minimal supervision.
  • Proactive coordination and execution of time-­sensitive tasks.
  • Passionate about culture and obsessed with advocating for my team and teammates.
  • Promoter of passion, integrity, culture, honesty, and adventure.


Administrative skillset

Calendaring: Managing multiple calendars for executives and managers across multiple time zones. Acting "captain" of meeting rooms and coordination and booking for multiple offices. Ability to assist executives with proper prioritization of meetings, lunches, travel, etc.

Travel Coordination: Managing and supporting travel through multiple applications for multiple executives, including flights, accommodations, transportation, and itineraries. Adapting to reschedules, delays, updates, or arising issues for executives during their travel as well as expenses.

Expense Reporting: Managing and supporting multiple executives monthly expense reporting, reconciliations, and travel expenses as well as managing budgets and spending. Experienced in QuickBooks, Concur, and Egencia.

Work experience

Nov 2017Mar 2020

Office & HR Operations

Zonar Systems, Inc.
  • Process new hire paperwork, create new hire folders, digital files, swag kits, process I-9 verification, process employee data changes, tax withholding, position and pay changes.
  • Collaborate with Recruiting to ensure a smooth and exciting new hire experience for all new team members both local and remote.
  • Own the HR Alias inbox and respond to employee inquiries or forward to other team members as appropriate.
  • Manage downtown office spaces with duties including but not limited to - keys, parking, office furniture, snack/drink vendors, phones and office equipment.
  • Act as point person for Facilities issues and resolutions.
  • Coordinate space planning, building moves, expansion into new floors, office buildouts, budgets, contracts, etc.
  • Own, coordinate, plan, and execute cultural events within the office as well as offsite events, company picnics, parties, holidays, and celebrations.
  • Coordinate and own catering, conference room reservations, and office wide events, i.e., Waffle Wednesday, Happy Hour, and Lunch & Learns.
  • Monitor, order, stock office and breakroom supplies, maintain cleanliness of building and shared spaces.
  • Oversee and manage reception and coordinate to maintain cleanliness of lobby, conference rooms and public areas; oversee badge management system and work to keep office secure.
  • Serve as point of contact for building maintenance and property management.
  • ORCA Card Program owner and administrator.
  • Executive support for VP's of Product Management and Product Development.
Mar 2017Sept 2017

Program Manager

  • Manage classroom and staff for Seattle office, including management of Career Advisor and instructors, as well as students.
  • Act as a hub of information and provide guidance for students/alumni of the Metis Data Science bootcamp.
  • Collaborate and communicate with a team of remote Program Managers to guarantee smooth processes for bootcamp students and staff while maintaining ACCET requirements.
  • Manage all financials for the program including invoicing, accounts payable, and accounts receivable, as well as managing and maintaining budgets for the Seattle office.
  • Develop and scale culture of Seattle office with events, happy hours, lunches, lectures and meetup groups, as well as offsite adventures for students.
  • Develop and preserve strong relationships with multiple vendors and clients globally to ensure office culture and dynamic.
  • Assist Admissions with inquires regarding the program; act as a guide for students through the admissions process.
  • Prepare all documentation for current and future students while sustaining impeccable and up to date files per ACCET regulations.
  • Administer administrative training to instructors and staff when necessary, ensuring all staff maintain regulatory policies and procedures.
  • Serve as a Designated School Official by providing accurate information as requested by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the U.S. Department of State (DOS) in accordance with federal regulations, FERPA (Federal Educational Right to Privacy Act) guidelines, and campus policies.
Apr 2016Mar 2017

Office & Experience Manager

  • Manage and cultivate office and culture for Seattle office of 70 employees as well as remote offices in Portland, OR and Victoria, BC, while also assisting remote employees in Boston, Denver, Austin, and Fort Worth.
  • Act as an informational core for all employee inquiries, requests, and issues.
  • Plan, promote, and execute company events including the company picnic and multiple holiday parties as well as weekly Thursday happy hours.
  • Handle travel, expenses, calendars, and meetings for CEO and C-level executives.
  • Assist Finance department with credit card reconciliation, AP/AR, invoicing; created a payment tracking system for client payments.
  • Created a budget tracking system for all office purchases, lunches, and happy hours.
  • Responsible for ordering lunches, snacks, and office supplies as well as handling multiple vendors and deliveries.
Jun 2014Feb 2016

Office & Experience Manager


Austin, TX

  • Manage receptionist and oversee her duties of greeting office visitors, interview candidates, as well as initiating employee onboarding and introduction to office and culture. ­
  • Responsible for organizing and facilitating help-desk ticketing system, drafting office communications, booking conference rooms, running office errands, arranging meetings, lunches, events, accommodations, and itineraries.
  • Guardian, promoter, and protector of culture - brand ambassador.
  • Planned, promoted, and organized all company happy hours, events, special occasions, and parties to give back to the staff and promote Bigcommerce culture.
  • Managed two offices on a daily basis and kept the facilities running smoothly for all 400+ employees and handled all issues promptly, without disruption to staff, while also coordinating globally with the other office locations and managing a small team.
  • Management of AP/AR for business and vendors as well as filing expense reports and conducting credit card reconciliation for multiple executives. ­
  • Reduced annual food and beverage costs by 50% over an 8 month period, while still keeping a fully stocked variety as well as very happy employees.
  • Project managed and led the build out of the downtown space in Austin, as well as assisted with the buildout of the San Francisco office and its opening.

          Sep 2013May 2014

          Chef De Rang (Assistant Service Lead)

          Schloss Elmau Cultural Hideaway & Luxury Resort

          Elmau, Bavaria, Germany

          • Recognized for establishing an exceptional standing with guests as well as motivating the return of clientele. ­
          • Was able to adapt and be a top employee in a German workforce without previous knowledge of the language. ­
          • Worked efficiently and successfully with a diverse team of employees. 
          • Managed a small team of 4 foreign interns.
          Aug 2012Sep 2013

          Food & Beverage Assistant

          U.S. Department of Defense­ Edelweiss Lodge & Resort

          Garmisch­ Partenkirchen, Bavaria, Germany,

          • Aptitude for anticipating, identifying, and fulfilling guest needs, as well as clarifying and honoring special requests. ­
          • Exceptional ability to multi­-task while remaining calm and courteous under pressure in a fast paced environment. ­


          Bachelors of Science

          Texas State University

          Criminal Justice - Emphasis in Forensic Science

          GPA 3.2


          Avid traveler who loves new places, meeting new people, learning new languages, kayaking, reading, camping, whale watching, live music, every dog I've ever met, and adventure.