- TD&A team member since 2016
- 3+ years self-employed
- 25+ years corporate
- Most loved skills by her clients: efficiency, organization, customer service
Associate of Tracey Del Camp and Associates since 2016, Alex started her career by working in a law office as a legal assistant. After deciding she wanted to be a direct and integral part of helping people and small businesses become their very best, she became a virtual assistant in 2015. Alex’s happy place is knowing that her clients are focusing on what they do best while she keeps their business running smoothly in the background.
Below is a brief synopsis of Alex’s roles and work experience.
- Legal Assistant– Alex has over 25 years of experience working in law offices in a variety of different types of law. Duties included all legal and administrative tasks including coordination, preparation and filing of all court documents, organization of document production during litigation, coordinating travel arrangements, docketing, calendaring appointments and meetings, tracking reimbursements, and office management.
Alex has experience working with businesses and individuals in a variety of industries including leadership and individual coaching, legal writing, finance, women-focused networking, bio-tech, chiropractic consulting, real estate appraising, home organization, and litigation.
Alex is happy to take on the tasks that others find daunting, challenging, or honestly just unappealing. Putting out fires and problem solving are also two of Alex’s specialties. Seeing a long project out from beginning to end and managing all the steps along the way are also in her wheelhouse.
When Alex is not working she enjoys running, cycling, hiking, backpacking, reading, and spending time with friends.
Raving Fan …
I have worked with Alex since 2016. Simply said, Alex is a game changer! She is the consummate professional I was hoping for. She communicates directly with my clients and the other members of the team. She is responsive and proactive – I don’t know what I would do without her—Craig Choffe