Over her ten years of experience, Beth has shown herself to be a conscientious and solution-focused administrative professional. Beth’s wide experience includes working for big companies and individual entrepreneurs as well as being self-employed. A self-starter, she has a successful track record of executive-level assistance, project management, and customer service support. With a talent for simultaneously executing multiple responsibilities as well as proactively resolving issues, Beth possesses an innate ability to manage time and resources effectively and to implement strategic administrative and operational initiatives.
A quick learner, Beth leverages her capacity to easily grasp and apply new ideas, concepts, methods, and hardware/software. Having built databases and dashboards as well as designed manuals and PowerPoint presentations, she has a true knack for all things tech. Her clients appreciate her ability to coach them through their tech challenges, ranging from learning new software to resolving technical issues. Benefitting from her knowledge and clear-eyed support, her clients enjoy enhanced productivity, quality, and client service, increasing their efficiency and streamlining their business processes.
Beth has completed coursework in Administration Management at Clemson University and coaching training through the Co-Active Training Institute. She makes her home in Atlanta, Georgia.
Q&A with Beth
Where I grew up: Atlanta, GA — born here in Atlanta
My family: I enjoy an independent spirit, a single lifestyle and simply being in my own company. Perhaps I was a Monk in a former life. Ha! I am highly empathetic. My most prized role is aunt status to 2 nieces and 7 nephews. I feel so grateful too for my 3 sisters and my brother and extended family, and wonderful friends.
My pets: I love Golden Retrievers!
My favorite music: A cross of genres (think Van Morrison, James Taylor, Jack Johnson, Frank Sinatra), 70’s & 80’s blend. It depends on my mood.
My favorite foods: Pizza
My favorite cocktail: Red wine
What I like to do in my spare time: Reading, filling my mind and spirit with uplifting info, podcasts, watching movies.
First Job: I was in charge of the Coca-Cola machine at our neighborhood pool for the summer season, which consisted of dealing with change…. literally, an unfathomable amount of coins. I became great friends with the teller at a nearby bank.
Something no one would believe about me: I’m an introvert.