Meet Elizabeth

Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW)


For about 20 years I worked in the education/child support field. I cared for young children, taught preschool, and ran my own daycare for 10 years. After working 12+ hours a day with two young children, I realized it was time to change careers. 


In 2012, I started my own Virtual Assistant business, working with Business Coaches and Entrepreneurs from all over the United States. I created marketing materials, assisted with lead generation, and helped Entrepreneurs hire employees by sorting through resumes and conducting phone interviews.

In 2018, I had several stay-at-home moms (friends of mine) approach me to help them rebuild their resumes so they could return to work. I was also asked to help some of them start their own work-at-home businesses. And after helping my son write his resume and search for a job when he turned 16, I felt I had a real knack and passion for career guidance. All these life experiences pushed me in the direction to become a Certified Professional Resume Writer.

​We all have a calling. We all have a passion. And we will all take a different journey to get there. Whatever your calling, whatever your passion, I want to help you along your journey.


There is something to be said about people who have a true, valued passion when it comes to their careers. Not many of us can say (as a child) that we knew exactly what we wanted to be when we grew up. And even if we thought we knew, more than likely it changed, more than once. And that's fine. As you get older, your passions change, your ideas change, your visions change. It's just a natural thing. And with those, your career goals change as well. But not everybody understands how to put those changes on paper. That's where I want to help you!

It's not necessary to be an expert in one field. You don't have to know everything about one subject or be the master of all. If you're passionate about something, your professionalism and drive will shine through. Your value will be told. It's your story, nobody else's. 


Use your resume to show people who you are, what you know, what you can do, what you're willing to learn, how far you're willing to go, and where you want to be. It's your career. It's your story. Now tell it. 

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