"...a positive attitude, healthy curiosity and a voracious appetite for getting real work done... Brenda is quick to dig in and make sense of what needs to be done and in what priority... She is a true asset...I would hire her again in a heartbeat."
- Director, North America Marketing Communications
"Brenda is a detailed oriented planner"
- National Account Manager
"...always impressed with her determination and resourcefulness. ...she is focused and she gets things done." - President & CEO
Why Virtual Office?
I have worked in Corporate America for over 20 years and made the decision to leave my senior marketing and events career to start my own company, Virtual Office, llc. My belief is I can provide a higher level of support in events, marketing and administrative vs. following a job description written by people who typically have not done the work.
Over the last 20 some years, I have gained a vast amount of knowledge and experience in an event and marketing role, which includes the accompanying administrative tasks. To be a success in this role you have to be on your toes 24/7, 365 days. It really does take a special kind of person to be able to project manage 66+ workshops a year, 45 trade shows, full media calendar, and numerous marketing-related projects.
Some would say, there is no way someone could manage all of these projects, let alone stay on schedule, under budget and maintain positive relationships. You know what? I am that type of person, and hands down the more chaos and responsibility I have, the more I thrive! To me, there is no such thing as "too busy", and all my former bosses would attest to this.
My motto, "my job is to make your life easier, and whatever task I can help with, I am going to do"
You've heard the stories about when people leave, their responsibilities are often put on others, and then the stress and animosity begins. Whether you need part- or full-time help, I am available for daily tasks or projects that come up. This is one of the reasons I started Virtual Office, to help companies fill the gap for work that needs to be done.