Data Entry Clerk



118 Meadow Arbor Drive

Weatherford, TX 76085



Employment History

CrossFit Cityview

7/2013 to 6/2016
Level 1 Certified CrossFit trainer/personal trainer

Duties – Conduct classes, sale memberships, provide coaching for all skills that are involved in crossfit workouts.


Don Hubbard Investments

4/2012 to 7/2013

Administrative Assistant

Duties – Answering phones and greeting clients

            Preparing Portfolios for client meetings

            Placing trades

            Setting appointments and organizing meetings

            Preparing Excel and Powerpoint documentation





6/2009 to 3/2012

Agency Owner

Licensed Insurance Agent

I opened this agency with big intentions, unfortunately the tough market took a toll on my business and so I decided to sell my agency.  I sold it in March to another local agent and walked away.  It was a great learning experience and I don’t regret any of it.

Duties – To manage office, 2 other employees, market myself, process sales and perform customer service duties to my clients along with many self-employment responsibilities.


Edward Jones

6/2007 to 6/2009

Administrative Assistant

Duties -  I was the full office support to a very successful financial advisor.  I answered phones, set up appointments, assisted clients when needed and mainly assisted the advisor in many clerical ways.  I prepared portfolios for the client reviews.   I opened all the new accounts and processed paperwork.  Also, balanced our accounts and made daily bank runs.


Pinnacle Bank

2/2001 to 6/2007

Loan Officer/ VP of mortgage

Duties – I started off as a loan assistant and quickly went on to get my license and become an officer.  After 2 years, I was promoted to Vice President and was managing all our locations loan officers.  I was in charge of conducting weekly meetings and presenting loans to the board of directors for approval.



  • ID#: 141453
  • Location: Weatherford, TX , 76085

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