Amy Bleser owns and operates Virtual Services 4 U as a mompreneur in San Antonio, TX serving clients nationwide. Clients include life and business coaches, image consultants, copywriters, internet marketers, publicity experts and small business owners. Ms. Bleser considers herself as a partner with her clients, helping to grow their business and achieve their dreams and goals.
Ms. Bleser’s professional experience includes more than 15 years of administrative support, financial management, fundraising, event planning, grant writing and graphic design. The most recent “traditional” position held was as an Operations Director for a family service nonprofit agency that served more than 100,000 Texas families. During her tenure with this nonprofit, Ms. Bleser was responsible for all financial aspects of the agency, managed all contract relations, organized and oversaw all development efforts and building/office operations for this nearly $2 million agency.
“Work Hard. Live Well. Do Good.” These were three pieces of advice given to Ms. Bleser by her Grandfather many years ago that dictate how she lives her life and runs her business. Ms. Bleser is quoted as saying “I love to work, contribute to my client’s business, my family and our community. I started Virtual Services 4 U in April, 2008 with a commitment to providing unparallel Virtual Assistant services to clients nationwide. My dedication to client satisfaction and commitment to constantly expanding my skills and knowledge has led to rapid growth of my business.”
Ms. Bleser lives in San Antonio, TX with her husband and 3 children. They are very active in their community and volunteer for many agencies as well as the kids school and after-school programs. Amy’s hobbies include photography, scrapbooking, reading, cooking and swimming. Maintaining a balanced life between work and family is essential to her as it keeps her refreshed and energized for the work ahead.
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