My clients often say, “I should have Pam take care of this!

Here are some of the things I can do for you:

Managing You:

  • Keep track of deadlines
  • Make travel arrangements
  • Compile all travel details into one itinerary
  • Maintain calendar, schedule appointments, make reservations
  • Place online orders for items such as gifts, flowers, office supplies, etc.
  • Hand-write note cards for a thank you, birthday, holiday, etc.

Business & Customer Care:

  • Send and respond to e-mail messages
  • Accept and make phone calls
  • Answer questions about your program/product/service
  • Proofread material including business correspondence, newsletter, brochure, report, presentation, article, press release, new Web site
  • Send reminders
  • Maintain database(s) with list of customers, list of prospects, e-mail list, etc.
  • Manage Microsoft Word documents, Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations
  • Create and update procedures
  • Issue contracts
  • Handle hard copy mailings
  • Help find resources
  • Easily learn new software
  • Securely handle confidential information


  • Set up conference calls and in-person meetings
  • Take minutes for a meeting held by conference call
  • Issue invitations and manage rsvp’s for an event
  • Manage program registrations and track payments
  • Make name tags


  • Issue invoices
  • Follow-up on overdue payments that are owed to you
  • Online bill pay

Don’t see everything you’re looking for? Just ask! This is not a finite list as I’m constantly learning.

Moving Forward

It’s helpful to have a few ideas about what you need assistance with. If you haven’t worked with an assistant before, then pay attention to what you do over the course of a week and think about what you want to let go of.

Once you have that, get in touch with me and we’ll set up a time to talk.

I have an interview process to help discover if we are a good fit for one another. It consists of two phone calls that each last about 30-45 minutes. Those calls go like this:

  • During the first call we learn about each other’s businesses, the type of help you’re looking for and if we want to move forward.
  • Having a second call about one week later allows us to reflect on our initial conversation and ask additional questions.
  • If we decide to work together, then I send you my welcome packet to complete and we get started!

Please contact me to discuss the work I can do with you!