Receptionist / Administrative Assistant


Assume a position as an Administrative Assistant that will enable me to contribute significantly to the organization and achievement of an established company or practice.



Administrative Assistant with 15 years experience supporting managers at various levels in diverse working environments. Expertise in creating and delivering dynamic reports and presentations. Impecable presentation, flawless accountability and people skills. Bi-lingual.



MANUFACTURA MEXICANA S.A. de C.V Mexico City 2001-2011 Owner

Owned and operated a financially successful small scale cafeteria which serviced......


CASA CUERVO, S.A. (Tequila Production Company) Mexico City 1999-2001

Assitant to the Strategic Planning Director

Produced monthly management reports from Casa Cuervo and three of it´s affiliated companies. Produced reports on a monthly basis for the CEO.



Assistant to the VP of Strategic Planning

Produced monthly management reports for both the Mexican and Latin American divisions. Structured and developed the business plans presentations. Rendered administrative support to Finance, Administrative, Marketing, Purchasing and Operations departments. Created expense reports and coordinated benchmarking information (reengineering). Coordinated monthly staff meetings and bi-monthly social events.


CRYOINFRA, S.A. de C.V Mexico City 1993-1994

Assitant to the Strategic Planning Director

Administrative activities which involved new strategic planning, project development and administration of information.


NO SABE FALLAR, S.A. DE C.V. (BIC PRODUCTS) Mexico City 1989-1993

Exports coordinator

In charge of exports programs for Central, South and North America. Responsibilities included but were not limited to:


Postgraduate Degree in Hospitality Administration, (ESDAI 2000-2002)

Excecutive Bilingual Assistant, Helen´s School, Mexico City 1984-1987



LANGUAGES: Spanish and English

COMPUTER: Total computer literacy of basic office software

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  • Location: Atlanta, GA , 30338

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