Skilled at multitasking and time management, Helen Grams-Anderson currently contributes in three professional roles. Since 2005, she has served as an Office Assistant for an interior design supplier. Helen Grams-Anderson handles a number of responsibilities in this position, including preparing mailings and maintaining databases.
In 2010, Helen Grams-Anderson began working as an Artist Assistant at Meg Arts. Passionate about art, she primes canvases and helps participants at this establishment with their painting. In addition, she organizes collector data, manages inventory, and prepares for shows.
Recently, she began a new role as Hostess at an Irish pub. Helen Grams-Anderson’s primary responsibilities here include greeting customers, organizing seating sections, and ensuring that the front of the restaurant is clean and visually appealing. She draws upon the skills she gained in her previous experience as a Hostess at Pita Jungle to excel in her current position.
In her spare time, Helen Grams-Anderson enjoys many facets of art, including drawing, painting, and designing and sewing clothes. She has taken pleasure in such activities since she was in high school where she partook in honors art coursework and the Visions program through the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art for three years. She attended Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business from 2009 to 2010.