Meet the Team

With one exception, each person on our team is a graduate of AssistU (and our exceptional exception also happens to be the only guy on the team!). Although a small team, we are mighty and care deeply about each other, our profession, and helping you. We ask each other to weigh in on different topics throughout the year, some silly, and some serious, so be sure to stop back and see what we have to say!  The current question is:

 

What wisdom would you share with your childhood self?

Anastacia Brice

Anastacia Brice

Founder

*Always* trust yourself most.
—get to know Anastacia

Nicole Paull

Nicole Paull

Anastacia's Fab VA

It really is impossible to please everybody. It’s okay. You don’t have to.
—get to know Nicole

Heather Hinson

Heather Hinson

Mentor

Just be kind to people. There is very little point in being anything else.
—get to know Heather

Lorri Morin

Lorri Morin

Mentor

You are stronger than you know and you don’t need validation from anyone else.
—get to know Lorri

Gayle Bu

Gayle Bu

Mentor

Don’t spend money you don’t already have on material things you don’t need. It’s better to save your money and buy the shiny $250 coffee maker that makes your heart sing every morning than to buy the one at Walmart for $39.99 on credit only to find out that 15 years later, that same one actually cost you $1,267!
—get to know Gayle

Amy Kazor, CMVA

Amy Kazor, CMVA

Mentor

Don’t care so much what everyone thinks. Be brave and be yourself.
—get to know Amy

Pat Denzer

Pat Denzer

Captioning Perfector

This is a tough one! Would my childhood self even listen? I would share with my childhood self to follow the path of love. Love for herself, for humanity, for the earth. Love will be her best compass.
—get to know Pat

Mindy Bowman

Mindy Bowman

Maker of Wildly Pretty Things

Savor your childhood and don’t rush growing up!
—get to know Mindy

Jude Rush

Jude Rush

Automation Genius

That the things grown-ups do aren’t your fault… learn to trust yourself and your instincts.
—get to know Jude

“Never above you. Never below you. Always beside you.”
– Walter Winchell