The Importance of Disability Representation in Everyday Life

Started my own Virtual Executive Assistant business

This week I launched my own Virtual Executive Assistant business after planning it for a few months. This is something I plan to do on the side as I work full time. I decided to do this for a couple reasons, one, I want something productive to do in my free time which also encourages me to network, two, earning extra money can’t hurt, and three, it will give me an opportunity to connect with people outside of work and build a professional network. Executive Administrative work can be done remotely and I plan to work before and after work and a few hours on the weekend. Feel free to visit my website and if anyone knows someone who may need a virtual executive assistant, my contact information is in my website. My ideal customer is an entrepreneur, a business owner, a podcaster, or anyone who needs help with email management, calendar and scheduling, business organization, time management, and/or project management.

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About Me

Hi, my name is Sabrina; I grew up in Mill Valley, California, and I love to visit when possible. I now live in Los Angeles, California.

Growing up using a wheelchair I knew my life would be very different. But I didn’t see people that looked like me until I started playing wheelchair basketball as a teenager. Then, in college, the visibility of disabilities grew (in my opinion and experience).

After graduation, I worked for the Jewish Los Angeles Special Needs Trust, which helps people with disabilities supplement their government benefits with affordable, professional special needs trust services.

After leaving that job, I eventually got my paralegal certificate and currently work in Family Law.

Throughout my life, I realized the importance of representation and of people who look like you and have a similar experience. My experience as a wheelchair user may be different than others, but it may prove helpful for someone else.