I have been an IT trainer since 1998. I have worked for a wide range of organizations from community centers, community colleges, the Colorado Judicial Branch and a large law firm. During these years as an IT trainer, Technology trainer, Instructor - whatever the title may have been, I gained a lot of experience in many different programs, platforms and devices. I’ve created so many Excel spreadsheets, training manuals, and PowerPoint presentations, that I can’t even put a number to it.
I also have experience in classroom training, online delivery, and content development.
I decided to take my knowledge and start my own business and this is it – Forevermore, llc. I focus primarily on Microsoft applications. I love creating Word documents and manuals, putting together a PowerPoint presentation and setting up an Excel workbook.
Why Forevermore? Because there is always something to get done.
For-ev-er-more (fôr ev′ər môr′) For eternity; for always; continually.
I used to work for a judge, who would pick a theme for the year. This theme is what she would focus her talks and articles around. She called me into her office one day and pointed at a stack of papers and articles. The stack was about a foot high and as I leafed through the printouts and tagged pages of the magazines, I saw her handwritten notes everywhere.
“I want you to create a PowerPoint for me that I can use during my talks,” she stated as a matter of fact.
“Do you have a summary or outline?” was my response.
She just pointed at the stack. You don’t question a judge. I took the stack of papers and headed out. Once I wrapped my head around all the information and broke it down into workable pieces, it was the best project I have ever been assigned. I learned so much about her chosen topic and busted out one great PowerPoint.
In my free time, I love to ride my bike, whether it is mountain biking, cyclocross, a gravel grinder or just riding to the grocery store. I ride for the Willa's Wheels team. We help raise awareness for the Ray of Hope Foundation. They support Coloradians with cancer who are having trouble with the basic
necessities of living - such as; rent, groceries, or mortgage.
Ray of Hope Cancer Foundation