Natalie Olson became a Virtual Assistant to partner with successful entrepreneurs and small business owners to take tasks off your to-do list, to free up your time, and to get you back to what you do best.
With more than 30+ years of experience in office administration, she brings a vast experience and background to each client’s needs.
Education and Experience:
Natalie started working at the young age of 14 for the Military Dependent Youth Program in Berlin, Germany, as a secretary for one of the Army offices, while living there with military parents. This was a program geared towards giving students job skills for life. This training and business experience gave her even better work ethics as she moved around the world.
One of the benefits of moving with the military is that you don’t have time to take years to adjust to new things and people; you get in, get the job done, move on to the next task, meet and learn about neighbors, and make friends quickly.
As a former Realtor, Natalie has experience on both the buying/selling, and real estate professional sides. She’s familiar with the paperwork, processes and procedures necessary and that time is of the essence when it comes to filing contract paperwork. Natalie is also familiar with how hard it is to be “seen” and heard in a very loud, busy social media world.
This 30+ years of experience has given me an edge on others in this industry as I can get to know you and your situation more quickly, and get down to work faster as your Virtual Assistant.
The business degree Natalie received at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee, helped give her a great foundation on starting her own business and getting down to the basics. Natalie is able to understand your business needs, see the bigger picture, and zero in on what’s most important to take care of first.
Get to know her:
Natalie started this company out of a need to work around some medical issues and time to heal at home. She’s battled cancer twice in seven years, through surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation treatments, and more doctors’ appointments than she can count. Natalie doesn’t know the meaning of “I can’t.” She gets the answers she needs, makes decisions, and moves on.
Natalie’s “Why” is the freedom to work where and when she wants, to travel as time allows, and to help others, especially other Breast Cancer patients and survivors through local community activities and volunteering when she can. Life is short, you have to live it while you can.