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Yolanda McBeth (McBeth)
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Last updated: 8/29/2016
Yolanda McBeth (McBeth)
Non Member Individual
Professional Information
United States
Personal Information
12 Highland Avenue
Apt. 3
Yonkers
New York
10705  United States
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914 207-6553 (Phone)
914 258-2174 (Mobile)
9/2/1977
McBeth
Separated
Additional Information
Education/Experience
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Associates Degree in Office Administration, Katherine Gibbs School, New York, NY
High School Diploma, Manhattan Comprehensive Night/Day High School, New York, NY
Job Recognition Award
Class D Driver’s License with reliable vehicle—excellent driving skills, clean driving report.
Medical Billing & Coding 6 Week Course
Bachelor’s Degree in Progress, Rasmussen College, Bloomington, MN, 2010 – Present

Computer Skills: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Microsoft Windows 10 and WP. Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Typing 55- 60wpm (Intermediate in Outlook and PowerPoint).


VARIOUS POSITIONS HELD FROM 1996 – 2008

Office Clerk, Montifiore Medical Insurance
Receptionist, St. Cabrini Home
Data Entry Clerk, Children’s Village
Program Aide, Bowery Resident’s Committee
Administrative Support Representative, North Eastern Asset Recovery, Inc.





Social/Volunteer Organizations
-When I was younger I grew up in a church that I used to feed the hungry at least once a month in the church.
-I also Volunteered for an Organization called Living Transformation located in the Yonkers are where I live in 2014.
More Information
I am a 38 year old single mother of 5 children, where I earned my Associate's Degree in Office Administration in June of 2001. I was hired at a couple jobs as a Receptionist/Secretary, Data Entry Clerk and Program Aide, which all helped me to utilize my computer and office skills. I am currently trying to finish up my Bachelor's Degree in Business Management, because I knew that this would help me become my own boss, which I wanted to become in the long-term. Since having my first child in 1998, I had to start being organized because that was the only way to be on time at doctors appointments, school meetings, job activities, etc. It became a natural part of my life on making sure that I write everything down and to have a calendar on my fridge full of up-coming dates and events, which made me feel less anxiety. I enjoyed that my apartment was in order with everything in it's place, especially now that I have 4 children 10 and under. I recently was given a vision and I always knew that it wasn't my passion to work for someone, and wanted to work for myself eventually. I enjoy organizing by default, so why not get paid for my skills, and through that I could probably change someone's life.
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