Your Virtual Pocket Knife
Last active: 22 days ago
That's right, consider me your virtual pocket knife. I've worked in a wide variety of fields: law, marketing, graphic design, event planning, social media, photography, online retail, publicity, office management, telecommunications, tech support, talent buying, music (booking, promoting, retail, radio, and management), archives, data entry, writing, and transcription. Whatever your needs, I probably have you covered.
Each of those fields I listed above represent actual time I spent working in that field on a professional level. They aren't just hobbies or keywords thrown into my bio in order to pick up recruiters.
For example, I ran a nationally recognized live music venue from 2005 until 2009 in Lexington, KY with sales of half a million dollars a year on average. I was Director of Operations and Talent Buyer, but those titles don't really convey just how many hats I wore. I had a staff of twenty that I hired, trained, and fired if needed. As Talent Buyer, I negotiated artist offers and contracts with booking agencies like Williams Morris, High Road Touring, and Creative Artists Agency in order to fill our stage seven nights a week. I oversaw our social media campaigns, advertising, street team, and website. Once a month I'd design and layout our full-color multi-fold monthly calendar for publication. As publicist, I'd work with local print, web, radio, and TV media in order to secure publicity for our upcoming shows. I could go on, but you get the idea.
How about another one of those fields I listed, law? From 2011 until 2013 I assisted an attorney with his duties. When I started I was hired to function as a secretary, essentially. I'd transcribe legal documents, motions, briefs, and legal notices from dictation. As time went on, the attorney trusted me do study case law, do his research, and prepare draft arguments and motions on his behalf. We were active in cases on the Federal level, and I was filing documents in courts one step below the U.S. Supreme Court.
I can go on, but there are other applicants you need to get to before you make your decision. I understand that. When you're ready to make the right choice and leave the job up to someone with the experience to get it done properly, I'm here.