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Master Virtual Assistant Kathy McCabe keeps her clients from going crazy by helping with their office administration and other tasks. In the brick and mortar world, Kathy spent years as an administrative assistant with a variety of industries: a chain saw shop, a funeral home, a college, and a real estate office. She loves the work, and her vast experience prepared her to work efficiently with a wide variety of clients.
However, she learned early on that going to the office wasn’t for her. She doesn’t enjoy the traditional office situation and works best alone. These days she uses her gifts in a way that works best for her and her clients!
As a virtual assistant, Kathy is able to work alongside a variety of clients.
Currently, she’s working with a software company, a leading staffing industry trainer, two of the top 50 coaches in America, a clothing designer, a business to business relationship specialist, and a marketing firm. Her new book about her experiences as a virtual assistant, which will help newcomers to get started in this growing industry is available on Amazon.com
Kathy has earned distinction in the virtual assistant field. She earned the 2013 Thomas Leonard International Virtual Assistant of Distinction, and in 2005 was honored as a Semi Finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year competition for the Rocky Mountain Region. Client Joel Garfinkle raves, “As an executive coach, author of eight books and speaker, I have relied on virtual assistants to help my business continue to grow and sustain its success. For fifteen years Kathy has been invaluable to me. She has provided quality work, immediate response to all my needs and a great attitude. Make a great investment in your business and bring Kathy on-board as your Virtual Assistant!” And client Renee K. Smith thanked her, saying, “Your warm mannerism put me completely at ease, and I can’t remember when a business transaction seemed more like a friendly conversation of bouncing ideas back and forth as when I worked with you and your firm.”
Kathy’s Virtual Assistant services include typical services like word processing and spreadsheets, WordPress blog administration, remote PC access, virtual receptionist services, digital mailbox, email management, 1099 and W2 forms, internet research, and newsletters. Full descriptions of her services are available at http://www.thebestva.com.
When she’s not assisting clients, Kathy maintains a number of other roles—she’s an herbalist, photographer, and wood worker (restoring and turning). She and her husband own a store and often spend their weekends at fairs and craft shows (www.hilltop-arts.com). Looking to connect? Click on over to http://www.thebestva.com or find her on Facebook