Shirley Trail Lanier - lanier.virtual.assistant
Lanier Total Services/Lanier Strategies
SHIRLEY TRAIL LANIER, CEMA, CFA, CMA, CM, CPS
firstname.lastname@example.org 270.994.2149 (text)
*Virtual Assistant/Chaplain/Traveling Mobile Notary/Paralegal/Document Signing Agent
-— 516 N. 7th St. , Paducah, KY 42001
A chaplain/degreed, certified, professional, administrator/buyer/traveling mobile notary/ paralegal/market research manager – excels at assessing needs and organizing resources to manage complex tasks on time and within budget constraints. Strong communication, management, and leadership skills; excellent attitude, provides great customer service. Certified Manager (CM), Certified Professional Secretary (CPS), KY Notary, Paralegal, Certified Customer Service Auditor, Certified Marketing Associate. Proficient in all computer software. Past Secretary/ Treasurer, Board of Directors, local Federal Credit Union. Leadership Paducah Foundation Board; DOE Citizens Advisory Board, WKCTCS/Paducah Technical/Daymar College advisory boards; Governors Commission on Women. Member BPW (2005 Woman of the Year). Facilitate Families in Transition (FIT) McCracken County Court. Girl Scout facilitator. KPA, IAAP, Kentucky Colonel, Duchess of Paducah, Kiwanis Hixson; Volunteer: American Cancer Society, United Way, Market House Theater, Carson Center, Chamber of Commerce
lanier.virutal.assistant, Paducah, Kentucky 2001-present (Woman Owner)
Jackson Purchase Energy Corporation, Paducah, Kentucky – 2002-2007
Assistant to President/CEO/Board of Directors, Notary/Paralegal
United States Enrichment Corporation, Paducah, Kentucky – 1975-2001
(USEC, Lockheed Martin/Martin Marietta, Union Carbide)
Records Management/Document Processing Administrator (99-01)
Provided varied functions in support of multiple law firms representing plaintiff and defense litigants. Liaison among United States Enrichment Corporation (USEC), Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Justice (DOJ), and Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). Set up, filed and maintained general correspondence files, contract files and other legal documents. Retrieved documents as requested; assisted in special projects in legal department. Scanned, indexed documents, performed data input of summary information to contract database system.
*Performed review of documentation for classification, privacy, and export, research, and release issues from established federal, state, and local criteria; document scanning, indexing , and retrieval data base set-up and maintenance. *Authorized Derivative Classifier (ADC)—classified national security documents up to Secret level. Certified by Department of Energy.
*Developed, implemented, and maintained records management tracking database. *Selected by peers for 1999 Values Employee Award.
*Received monetary award for exceeding attendance, safety, and production goals.
Procedure Writer (98-99)
Wrote, revised, and processed procedures for the assigned Uranium Enrichment area. Excellent knowledge of federal NQA-1 Quality, NRC, DOE, EPA, and OSHA guidelines.
*Developed, implemented, and prepared procedures, coordinated review routing, facilitation, validation, performed ADC review.
*Presented to plant management.
*Developed, implemented, and maintained plant procedure tracking database.
*Received excellent attendance award.
Buyer – Purchasing (90-98) *Procured services, materials, supplies, tools, and equipment.
*Negotiated costs and contracts with vendors, consulted with management, and made awards.
*Processed purchase orders, ensured all contractual terms and conditions were met, including expediting.
*Received monetary recognition for initiating cost saving procedures.
Office Manager, Finance, Materials, and Services Division (85-90)
Managed organization directorâ€™s office, coordinated plant, corporate, DOE, state, county, and local activities; support to plant manager as needed.
*Implemented and maintained database to track plant budget and commitments.
*Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Representative.
*Supervised the work of four secretaries, interviewed, trained, and disciplined personnel.
- Received monetary recognition for significant achievement.
Administrative Assistant, Production Process Division (75-85)
Provided administrative support, fieldwork, and safety inspections to uranium processing areas, product feed and withdrawal, recirculating water, and cooling towers.
*Classified, prepared, and maintained accountability of all Production Process Division Secret documents.
*Implemented and maintained database to track commitments and action items.
*Coordinated daily shift uranium processing operations administrative activities including training and supervising.
EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND CERTIFICATIONS
Murray State University, Murray, KY, Bachelorâ€™s degree; Organizational Communication – 1996, Graduated Magna cum Laude, GPA 3.6
Paducah Community College, Paducah, KY; Associate degree, Valedictorian (86) GPA 3.8
Credentialed Director; National Credit Union Association (NCUA)/Credit Union National Association (CUNA) highest level of certification/numerous visits to Washington DC
Certified Manager (CM); National Management Association
Certified Professional Secretary (CPS); International Association of Administrative Professionals
Authorized Derivative Classifier (ADC); U.S. Department of Energy
Certificate, NQA-1, Managing Quality; National Management Association
Certified: Small Purchases, Negotiation Techniques; National Association of Purchasing Managers