Veronica is the firm’s Receptionist/Office Assistant. She has over 10 years of experience in Customer Service and Office Administration. She also has an Associates in Business Administration, with a certification in IT Assistant. She is a native of the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. She is the newest member of our team having joined the firm in late November 2017.
Outside of work she currently is actively serving as the Executive Assistant & Finance Director to the Senior Pastor and also is the Praise Dance/Prophetic Arts Leader at her local church. She enjoys immensely the creative/Prophetic arts, reading, watching movies and tackling on new challenges, discovering new ways of having fun. Possessing a bright personality, she is sure to brighten up your day. Always ensuring that you leave with a smile on your face.
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