Harlem World Palm: Wait, There’s More

My name is Angela and I am the President/CEO and Founder of Harlem World Palm.  I partner with Small Business Owners, Entrepreneurs, Online Business Managers and Non-Profit Organizations to help grow their business.  I provide freelance Administrative Support to free up your time and relieve you from being inundated with paperwork, invoicing, follow up, scheduling, etc.  I also create organized systems to help you retrieve information quickly and efficiently.  I provide social media marketing services to increase the visibility of your brand to the world which involves creating social media accounts and producing eye-catching graphics to accompany great content.  I’m qualified to “Simplify Your Life” due to my experience, skills and education.  I have 10+ years of experience supporting Senior-Level Executives from Wall Street, Corporate Headquarters of major Financial Institutions in the Central Florida area and Non-Profit Organizations in South Florida.  My proficiency in Microsoft Office and various Social Media Platforms and my education with various Certificates & Degrees in Executive Assistant Training, Paralegal Studies and Organizational Communication & Leadership has provided me with the ability to help you take your business to the next level.

Where did the name of the company come from? Harlem is a large neighborhood in the northern section of the New York City borough of Manhattan, which has gone through great adversity and many challenges since the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920’s, yet the residents are resilient!  Today, the “New” Harlem Renaissance can be characterized mainly by economic growth and development, as real estate prices have been skyrocketing, and new shops are popping up all over Harlem.  In 2004, I left Harlem and Wall Street for the bright sunny skies of Orlando, FL where I subsequently experienced great adversity and many challenges. Upon my arrival to “The City Beautiful,” I accepted an administrative support position for a major communications company and later greeted with Hurricane Charlie, which was the first of three hurricanes I experienced that year.  In 2008, while employed by a major financial institution, the great recession hit our country and I was laid off due to a merger and acquisition.  Fortunately, I was afforded a great opportunity to work for a non-profit organization in West Palm Beach, which is one of the three main cities in South Florida.  Like the residents of my hometown of Harlem, I’ve remained resilient as I’ve come through great adversity and many challenges.  After the “Great Recession,” I also noticed a paradigm shift in the re-structuring of businesses.  There was a tremendous increase in start-ups and small business owners struggled to maintain their business while juggling various time-consuming and repetitive administrative tasks.  I realized there was a need for Small Business Owners to outsource those assignments in an effort to Reduce Overhead Costs and Increase Efficiency.  Consequently, I’ve created great partnerships in the South and Central Florida areas and the Northeast, which was the beginning of Harlem World Palm.

For more information or to schedule a complimentary 30-minute Discovery Call or 1:1 Consultation, please complete the “Client Needs Assessment” form on our website: http://www.NANGELADOLBERRY.com

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