Myself is Beth Worthy, I worked as a chief financial officer and director of operations for GMR Transcription Services, Inc. (GMRT), overseeing client relations, human resources and new business development to accomplish the company's mission and goals.
I began my career in transcription and translation services shortly after graduating from California State University, Fullerton, with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. After a brief period serving as office manager and transcriptionist supervisor for GMRT, I got noticed quickly because of my skills and I was appointed to my current leadership position.
I am looking forward to sharing my time with this Small Business Community Network to learn more expertise and skills related to business services, shared by other members of the community. I would also like to share my own thought and business ideas with the community.
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