Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Andrene Williams - Global Elite Virtual Assistant Services

Andrene Williams is the Founder/CEO of Ladydoves Self Enrichment Organization, 501 (3) (C) certified, non-profit youth organization (www.ladydoves.org,) CEO of Global Elite Virtual Assistant Services (www.mygevas.com,), Columnist for the Trend Newspaper (name of column is H.O.P.E., Helping Our People Excel. HOPE primary focus is the youth), Host ( with her partner Makeda Campbell) of the M.A.C. show which is a blog talk radio show that speaks on issues about everyday life situation (Real Talk by Real Women, they cover it all. www.blogtalkradio.com/themacshow), a notary, licensed real estate salesperson and a graduated nurse. Ms. Williams was born in Jamaica West Indies. As a child, she moved to the United States and resided in Queens, New York. Ladydoves Self Enrichment Organization, LSEO, was started in 2008. The purpose of LSEO is to provide services for underprivileged kids. They will cater to children and young adults from six (6) years to young adults. Provide scholarships, individual and group tutoring, after-school and summer programs, financial assistance for children of low income families to attend summer camp, career advisement, job preparedness programs, forum for women and also their mentoring program. LSEO mentoring program will be available in-house as well as in various areas like foster care, schools and facilities that are in need of their services, and eventually their own facility as well. The goal of their mentoring program (Rising Phoenix) is to empower and enrich the lives of our youths by providing mentors that will share their life experiences to increase a youth’s self-esteem and self-worth, as well as nourishing their ability to be productive and efficient - to reach their full potential. Their youth group S.O.U.L. which was formed in 10/2010 was composed to help teach children how to be future entrepreneurs. Global Elite Virtual Assistant Services, GEVAS, was formed as a result of being laid off from her health administration position. She knew she had to find alternate means to take care of her financial obligations. She wanted to find a job that will enable her to utilize her experience while working at her own convenience. What she enjoys the most about what she does in GEVAS is being able to make people’s vision of being an entrepreneur a reality by helping clients get their business license. GEVAS treat your business like their own therefore they go above and beyond to give you excellent quality services. Before starting your own business, here are a few tips she would like to offer:  Do your research to find out the need for the services that you will be offering  Make sure that you have available funds to cover you while your building your company  Put a business plan together- the blueprint  Do a name search to make sure the name you selected is available  OBTAIN YOUR BUSINESS LICENSE These are just a few of the steps to follow. If you don’t have the time to do these steps then contact GEVAS and they will do it for you at awilliams@mygevas.com
Andrene Williams
www.mygevas.com

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