Alicia Graham is a Service Expert who works with C-Suite Executives to manage their hectic work schedules hence allowing them the flexibility to maximize their productivity. She even works with one of our international clients! When Alicia is not supporting clients, she is an active member at her church, is an avid beekeeper, and spends time with her family in the great outdoors.
When did you start with Worxbee? I started with Worxbee in July 2017
What is the craziest job you have ever completed for a client? The craziest job I have ever completed would probably have been a genealogical trace to prove a 50- year-old person’s citizenship eligibility for a European country through a 2nd generation connection, a grandmother. I quickly found out the limitations of the world wide web and the importance and value of preserved physical records.
What is your favorite part of the job? My favorite part of the job is that I am constantly learning new skill sets. When I am tasked with carrying out an unfamiliar role, I look forward to the research and development of it.
What is the worst job you have ever had? The worst job I have ever had was as a medical courier. That job only lasted 2 weeks.
Where is your home town? My hometown is in Kingston, Jamaica
Who is the one person you admire and why? I had to think about this one for a moment, as I did not want to be too cliché, but this lady came out on top. I admire my mother because I see in her humility and quiet resilience. The formidable strength and perseverance of someone who will advocate for her fellow human being. A youthful spirit that seems to make her ageless with time. A tireless and devoted Christian woman who believes in the power of prayer.
What is your favorite travel spot? This one is a bit tricky as I love to travel. So, my two favorite travel spots are any of the Caribbean islands, also, I left my heart somewhere in San Francisco’s Redwoods.
What are you most proud of? I am most proud of the academic accomplishments of my three children. One of whom graduated college in 2018, another who will graduate in 2019 and the third, who at 10 years old, will probably graduate in 2021.
People would be surprised if they knew? People would be surprised if they knew that I have a very quirky sense of humour.