Snow Camp, NC (PRWEB) September 7, 2009
Mary H. Ruth, owner of Virtual Writing and Communications and long-standing member of Virtual Assistant Forums, recently stepped down as coordinator of the popular Virtual Assistant Interviews series in order to take on a new direction at the community: the Virtual Leading Edge interview series.
Designed to educate and enlighten fellow Virtual Assistants, Ruth's candid interviews with virtual assistance and internet thought leaders will be published monthly to the Virtual Assistant Forums blog at http://www.virtualassistantforums.com/blogs/vaf-admin/.
"As professional virtual service providers and business owners it's crucial to stay tuned to various industries, emerging trends, and developing concepts." says community founder Tess Strand Alipour, "This new interview series aims to help Virtual Assistant Forums members do just that, and we're fortunate to have Mary heading up this new project."
Of her new appointment as editor of the Virtual Leading Edge series, Mary says, "I am deeply honored that VAF has entrusted this important job to me. I'm really looking forward to the new acquaintances I'll be making, and hope VAs will benefit from the information these leaders have to share with us."
The first installment in the Virtual Leading Edge series will feature Allison Nazarian, author of Copywriting 101.
About Mary H. Ruth and Virtual Writing and Communication Solutions:
Mary H. Ruth is a veteran of over thirty years in non-profit administration in North Carolina, with additional experience in law offices, retail, and graphics. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1975. She now operates her own virtual assistant business, Virtual Writing and Communications http://www.writingva.com/, from her home office in Alamance County. While Mary specializes in writing, editing, and social media marketing, she considers her best skill to be that of listening, and her greatest pleasure lies in understanding and magnifying her clients' brands. Connect with Mary via Twitter http://www.twitter.com/maryhruth, and her blog, Virtual Assistance and You, which is written especially for VAs and their clients http://www.writingva.com/wordpress-2.8/wordpress.
About Virtual Assistant Forums:
Virtual Assistant Forums is the social networking and discussion forum for virtual assistants at all levels of business development. Register to claim and customize your profile and network with other VAs, share information and experience, post images and create videos, start a blog, create and join discussion groups, and chat with guest experts in the chatroom. Regularly published RFPs, tons of great resources, a Virtual Assistant directory, and more - it's all in one place, and it's all absolutely free. To participate in this friendly, supportive community of professional VAs today visit http://www.virtualassistantforums.com