Erika joined Reimer, McGuinness & Associates in 2016 as an Office Assistant. She performs administrative duties such as handling the firm's mail, maintaining conference room schedules, ordering office supplies and most importantly directing clientele to the correct members of the team. Her exceptional organizational and people skills make her a valuable member of the firm.
Prior to joining Reimer, McGuines & Associates, Erika worked primarily in the hospitality industry, first as a waitress/hostess and then as a sales representative for a tequila brand. She is a Commissioned Public Notary for the State of Texas. Erika attended Remington College, studying to become a dental assistant.
When away from the office, Erika loves going to the beach, concerts and spending time with friends and family. She also loves traveling and working out, with Zumba being her favorite way to keep up her fitness.
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