Emilie Given’s focus is to inspire other women to create a career that allows them to focus on passion over paperwork and family over familiarity. She runs a virtual assistant team and has a lot of wisdom to share!
In this episode, Emilie talks about what it was like being an executive assistant at Amazon, how almost dying pushed her to make the move to becoming a virtual assistant, how to find VA clients, managing multiple executives, and more. Enjoy our conversation and be sure to connect with Emilie via the links below!
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Emilie Given is a wife, boy mom, and entrepreneur. She founded She’s A Given, a Seattle-based virtual assistant company in 2018 to be able to spend more time with her family. Through her thriving business, Emilie’s primary focus is to inspire other women to create a career that allows them to focus on passion over paperwork and family over familiarity.
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