My road in life has taken me all over.
Single parenting
Emotional challenges
Financial strain
Got my first real job!
Childcare dilemma
Work life challenges
Toxic relationship
Graduated college


High School
Tustin High School
Rancho Santiago College
California State University, Fullerton


Executive Assistant

I am an executive assistant to a medical facility.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Communicating / Sharing Stories

Day to Day

I plan an agenda for the day, make and return phone calls, brainstorm new business development plans, review my accounting duties, respond to emails, review corporate accounts, work on business proposals, assist the CEO on special projects, and compile data on a day to day basis to prepare for month-end.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for college students

I highly suggest taking a chance and stepping out of your comfort zone to do something bold. Be approachable, talk to resources, ask questions, and make relationships with others to further your social skills.

Recommended Education

My career is related to what I studied. I'd recommend the path I took:



The Noise I Shed

From Friends:

"I was a single parent while attending school. The noise I heard came from others who felt I needed to spend more time with my child rather than pursuing my personal goals in school. My priorities were often questioned. "

Challenges I Overcame

Single Parent


If finances were not an issue, what pursuit would you have taken to fulfill your passions?

Asked by Victoria at CSUF

Amy states that she would probably pursue an occupation in finances or economics because it was a passion rather than an occupation that she was good at. This passion of hers would have been a challenge but fulfilling her desires too.

If you did not have children, how do you think your life and occupation would be different?

Asked by Victoria at CSUF

Amy states that she would be able to more financially stable and pursued her career more because she would not have to worry or provide for her children. Her desire to have a family would have come later in life with a good foundation.

Would you ever go back to school to pursue finances or economics to fulfill your passion?

Asked by Victoria at CSUF

Amy states that she would not want to go into finances because she thinks her age is a barrier.

How do you try to achieve your interest of helping others through your occupation?

Asked by Victoria at CSUF

Amy helps others by treating co-workers and other people she encounters daily with integrity and excellent customer service.

If you could tell your younger self some advice about your future occupation, what would tell her?

Asked by Victoria at CSUF

Amy would tell herself to follow her true passion, perfect her skill set, to apply herself, and to believe in herself more.

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