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Over time, I perfected my ability to take initiative and work independently. I thrive off engaging with people on a daily basis, and continually search to find ways to better the lives of those around me. I have professionally assisted a family, individuals, and even professors in their lives; I love it all. While I still maintain these relationships, I am always open to new opportunities. 

Work experience

Dec 2015Mar 2016

Executive Assistant 

Vantage Residential Equity 

At VRE, I assisted the owner of the company with many varies needs, both family related and pertaining to the company. Working in a real estate investment firm I dealt with realtors, investors, brokers, tenets, and a multitude of suppliers. I scheduled meetings, booked flights and appointments, and even picked the kids up from school on occasion. Though I spent less time at VRE than my other endeavors, it proved just as productive. 

Jan 2012Present

Writing/Executive Assistant

Dr. Betsy Berry 

Dr. Betsy Berry is a senior lecturer in the English Department at the University of Texas at Austin. After taking several of her lecture classes, I took the opportunity to assist her in the overflow of responsibilities that accompany being a professor at UT: writing, editing, managing meetings and classes, or just intelligent conservation and collaboration. This connection provides an open door to continued learning and new experiences almost daily. 

Aug 2012Mar 2015

Personal Assistant 

Jenna Luzzo

Jenna was a graduate student in The School of Social Work at UT Austin, and Jenna is a quadriplegic. This made many seemingly simple tasks quite difficult. I attended graduate classes with Jenna, took extensive lecture notes, handled email communication, appointment scheduling, driving, and many other various tasks. My job with Jenna  offered me the opportunity to grow personally and academically. 

May 2014Jan 2016

Bar Keep 

Shakespeare's Pub

After graduation I began tending bar in the evening. Although I had odd bar jobs before working at Shakespeare's, this is when I truly learned what goes into making a company, and what is required from each individual for all the pieces to come together making a profitable business. 

Aug 2010Aug 2012

Family Assistant 

Diane Kearns

By handling the infinite tasks that it takes to manage household of five, I quickly learned the value of efficient multitasking. Originally, I was to care for Dean, then 6, who has severe Cerebral Palsy, but the job soon grew to more.  This experience proved the deep value of having a work environment with strong personal connection and relationships.



Dec 2009Dec 2013

BA in English and Anthropology 

The University of Texas at Austin: Cultural Studies and Creative Writing