Over twenty years in IT support.
Excellent writing and communications skills
Skilled in making the difficult to read easy to understand
Christine C. loves new experiences. Every day is a new adventure. She has traveled around the world but is equally happy exploring out her own backdoor.
She can cook and has started creating her own recipes.
She has an herb garden that her husband maintains but she claims.
Her dogs love her homemade dog treats.
Her grown kids hang out for love, attention, food, and cash handouts.
Her major is in Speech with a TV/Radio emphasis. This degree was later changed to the more encompassing Communications major.
She has written several articles around service dogs and emotional support animals.
Her articles for outdoor recreations include:
Are Yacht Clubs Worth It
How Many Hours on a Boat Engine is a Lot
Rent an RV with a Driver
Catamaran Versus Monohull
Do RV Parks Allow Travel Trailers
In over twenty years of IT support, she has learned that you must continue to learn and grow both, as an individual and as a company. Technology and work culture are changing so fast that if you arenÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢t open to change, you will fall behind. Working remotely is now the new normal and I have managed teams both onsite and remote.
When she started in IT, she had over ten years in retail sales and customer service. She has taken that customer focus throughout my career in IT.
Striving for improvement is a day to day task. She can add perspective and help you improve your processes.
Do you need help in getting the word out? Communication is knowing what to say, and how to say it. Working with different cultures has helped me focus on the message without forgetting the reader. She develops communication plans that focus information to the right audience using the right platform and timing.
If you like what you see, contact her so she can show you the benefits she brings to your organization.
She has written on the following topics for IT and Office
What is an e-Signature
Highly Effective Habits of a Remote Team
Greater Than a Tourist- Richmond, Virginia USA by Author C.W.
50 tips for visiting Richmond, Virginia
She has been heavily involved in blog and content writing for over four months. In each of these projects, she started with next to no knowledge on the topic. She has worked with editors and clients to get feedback to improve my writing and have grown to be a writer you can learn any topic quickly and write about it.
She has written several articles for various clients for their blog posts or articles posted on their website.
Her task was to create a list of sixty questions to be used to screen by an interviewer to screen candidates for a Helpdesk position. She was able to bring her years of experience as an IT Service Desk Manager who often interviewed candidates for this project. The end-result was twenty questions for each difficulty level of easy, medium, and hard. The client was pleased with her work and gave her positive feedback.
With travel tips and culture in our guidebooks written by a local, it is never too late to visit Richmond. Greater Than a Tourist- Richmond, Virginia USA by Author C.W. Casey offers the inside scoop on the River City, Richmond, Virginia. Most travel books tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there is nothing wrong with that, as part of the â€˜Greater Than a Touristâ€™ series, this book will give you candid travel tips from someone who has lived at your next travel destination. This guide book will not tell you exact addresses or store hours but instead gives you knowledge that you may not find in other smaller print travel books. Experience cultural, culinary delights, and attractions with the guidance of a Local. Slow down and get to know the people with this invaluable guide. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to discover new activities at your next travel destination.Inside this travel guide book you will find: Visitor information from a Local Tour ideas and inspiration Save time with valuable guidebook informationGreater Than a Tourist- A Travel Guidebook with 50 Travel Tips from a Local. Slow down, stay in one place, and get to know the people and culture. By the time you finish this book, you will be eager and prepared to travel to your next destination.