Danielle graduated with a degree in Education from Université du Québec en Outaouais. She also has a high school diploma in secretarial work, and shorthand. This was long before Windows and Facebook…
Danielle was a chiropractic administrative assistant from 1995 to 2002, which is where she discovered and developed her interest in the Internet and office work. Over the course of those seven years, she discovered many coaches, authors and speakers, who influenced her personal growth and planted the seed of her dream to one day publish her own book.
In November of 2002, Danielle fulfilled her long-time dream of starting her own virtual assistance business. She is one of the very first VAs in Quebec, and at the time of the publication of this book, she still owns her business, serving clients all over the world.
During her career as a virtual assistant, Danielle received the honors of: 2006 Solo Entrepreneur from the Outaouais Business and
Professional Women’s Network (REFAP) and the 2008 Young Self-Employed Worker of Quebec from the Provincial ARISTA Awards.
In 2008, she founded the first French-speaking virtual assistant network, the RPSAV, to encourage collaboration and cooperation between members, while increasing each and every member’s individual visibility.
In 2010, she wrote the VA guide “Adjointe virtuelle d’excellence – Démarrer une entreprise d’assistance virtuelle sur des bases solides”, an ebook, and developed the online virtual assistant training program “Devenir adjointe virtuelle”.
In 2012, Danielle published another ebook “Trouver mes clients – Guide marketing pour les travailleurs autonomes”, a marketing guide for entrepreneurs.
Her mission is to help women owners of online business increase their visibility and profit from the Internet while also having the time to live life to its fullest.
A source of inspiration for her colleagues, Danielle wishes to be one for every woman who knows that she deserves better, but doesn’t dare go after it, because she has fears to conquer.