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Joanna Soriano

Joanna Soriano

Office Manager

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes

Taking it one step at a time.

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Deana Jung Prescott, M.D., M.S. - Adult Psychiatry

Office Manager

I now know that managing an office takes a lot more discipline than I previously expected. Several people rely on me on a daily basis to keep their lives afloat, no matter how small the task. Scheduling appointments, calling in refill requests, or simply speaking to them for a few more minutes can make quite the difference. I am glad I get to help those people. Being where I am today has allowed me to be grateful for what I have and to also be accepting of others, no matter what differences exist between us.

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Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes

Office Manager

More times than not, I've felt trapped or as if I was in a dead end job. I felt like I was going nowhere, like I had no purpose. This is definitely not the case with Lindamood-Bell. I for once feel as if I'm truly making a difference in people's lives. By doing what I do, I get to help others read, learn, and comprehend things that they never could before and it feels great!

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Aspen Heights Corpus Christi

Sales & Marketing Manager

This position taught me a lot about how powerful social media can be in today's world. I also learned that not every workplace is internally as it is perceived externally. People act different, roles are at times more ambiguous than others, and working 50+ hours a week really wasn't as fun as I thought it would be.

Aspen Heights Corpus Christi

Marketing Associate

During my time with AH Corpus Christi I was responsible for marketing a brand new student housing community to students and families in the surrounding area. Here I learned that teamwork is absolutely essential to becoming successful. Trust, dependability, and building rapport went a long way in this environment. I was also fortunate enough to have a great leader that taught me the importance of happiness when choosing a career. Yes, being financially stable was important, but being happy was going to be the key to my success. Till this day I go through life wondering how I can inspire others, in the same way that my leader inspired me.

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Words To Live By

Life has taught me that no matter what the context, there can and always will be someone who can do it better.

Now, at the ripe old age of 25, I am perfectly happy with maybe not being THE best, but being MY best.

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Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

Master of Arts, Communication

Good ol' grad school...definitely the TOUGHEST thing I've ever done in my life. It also turned out to be the most rewarding. It pushed me to my absolute limit. It taught me what it takes to be a great communicator, an ethical researcher, and most of all it taught me that with determination and perseverance a woman with a great head on her shoulders is absolutely deadly.

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Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

Bachelor of Arts , Communication

Hate to say it, but I was one of those kids who took 5 years to graduate. I first thought I wanted to become a nurse and after failing miserably at it for 3 and a half years I then decided to change my major to Communication. I had always been strong at public speaking so it seemed like a good fit. As it turned out I loved it; each and every class was something that really got me wanting to learn more. Because I loved my classes so much I decided to apply for graduate school. I kept telling myself "I just want to see if I'm good enough to get in. If I get accepted it doesn't mean I have to go...right??" I couldn't have been more wrong. The second I opened the email titled "CONGRATULATIONS!" life as I knew it was over. At TAMUCC I grew up. I made mistakes. I had my heart broken. But all of that, the good and the bad, was totally worth it.

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