A client of mine, once had a problem. He was losing time performing tasks that took away from his income-generating job. So he reached out to me after I responded to a ‘lil old job ad (Best. Decision. Ever.), with the hope that I could take some pressure off of him and get him back on track. From there, he recommended me. I have built upon a small empire, a group of software developers that I represent online in various ways.
Who am I?
I’m Mandy. And I am what the “Interwebz” call a Virtual Administrative Assistant (or VA). I specialize in helping devs be more productive by performing a variety of tasks, so they don’t have to. I don’t charge exorbitant amounts of money like all these other crappy VA websites. Chances are you’re here by word of mouth and I’m going to maintain that. I’m no BS. I have references.
Areas of Expertise:
I also do travel research and booking, social media management, blog management, email handling and communication, client scheduling, research tasks, and other miscellaneous things (as needed). I will also tutor you if you’re looking to edit your own podcast.
I have appeared as a guest on:
The Ruby Rogue’s 100th Episode: Behind the Scenes with The Ruby Rogues. (I come on ~33:00)
The Freelancer’s Show: Episode 083: Virtual Assistance with Mandy Moore
I also volunteered at the 2013 Lone Star Ruby Conf in Austin, TX.
I have especially taken interest in helping software developers. Why? I aim to help them be more productive while they write code and do whatever else they want. This is pretty much why I have a crappy website with a blog format. I’m too busy worrying about their stuff. You’re here because you’ve heard of me. I don’t promote myself. My clients promote me.
Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organizing a conference? I’m interested in helping. Want to learn how to edit podcasts? Let’s talk.
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