The Office Geek for Non-Traditional Offices
The office geek. We’ve all known one. They may have been anyone from the mail guy to the boss. It didn’t matter what their job description was they were the person that everyone went to when they lost their bcc in their e-mail client or needed to install software. But now that more and more businesses are choosing a virtual or ‘cloud’ office who do you go to now?
That’s where I come in. I’m the office geek for non-traditional offices, whether that means you’re working from a home office, a mobile warrior or simply looking for someone to help your current office adopt new technologies.
Who am I?
My name is Tina Marie Hilton and I am the owner and virtual online technology assistant at Clerical Advantage and it’s Girly Girl Geek services. I’ve been successfully providing services to clients across the U.S. since 2007.
Clerical Advantage currently has a client base of over 35 individuals and businesses and has continually added to that number since its inception.
I’m often called on to provide expert information regarding the virtual assistant industry. I’ve been involved in several collaborative projects including:
- Faculty Member at Solo Practice University – teaching a course for solo attorneys on how to find and work with a virtual assistant/virtual paralegal effectively.
- Team Member at the Alliance for Virtual Businesses - web designer and instructor.
- Co-Founder at Start Blogging Today – providing training for businesses and individuals in the area of blogging for business.
My writing on the subject of virtual assistance also appears in the book “Social Media for Lawyers” by Carolyn Elefant, Esq. and Nicole Black, Esq. and I’m listed as a case study in attorney Stephanie Kimbro’s “Virtual Law Practice: How to Deliver Legal Services Online”.
I’ve also been interviewed numerous times by the likes of the Paralegal Mentor, Vicki Voisin, the Virtual Assistant Forums, A Virtual Perception Podcast and many others. You can find me featured in the article “Virtually Yours” in the November 2011 edition of the Carolina Paralegal News. And for the past two years I’ve been a guest speaker at the Online International Virtual Assistants Convention.
This year (2012) I founded Virtual Assistant Survival School, an online training program for virtual professionals, to not only help others realize their dream of becoming a virtual service provider, but to help create a group of highly professional virtual assistants that businesses can trust and rely on.
Interested in how I can help you? Find out more about what I can do for you by clicking here.