Photo by Robert Lowdon
What do you do at The
As receptionist and
administrative assistant, I interact with our members over the phone, in-person
and through email. I take event registrations and receive payments for the
events, as well as memberships. A huge part of my job is doing certificates of
origin and notarizing documents. I also answer the phones, open the mail and
send out invoices. I’ve helped with the script for our radio show.
When did you start at
Oct. 1, 2012
What’s the best part
about working at The Chamber?
The people here –
they’re amazing. They have a lot of compassion for people and our city.
What’s your education
and work background?
I’ve always worked in
the customer service industry, so I decided to go to Red River College and
enroll in the administrative assistant program.
What would people be
surprised to learn about you?
That I have a lot of
artistic interests – photography, art and writing.
What do you love most
We’re very friendly, welcoming
and open. We also have a lot of culture here and a huge variety of festivities
over the year, allowing people to explore and show their passion and skills.