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Whitney Schneider


About Me

I am one of those people that will make you smile when you meet them. I am quirky, independent, and a passionate type who has strong creative and analytical skill sets. I am just as comfortable with software such as Adobe suite as I am Microsoft Office and 365. Challenges are fun for me, particularly when it's a technical issue or a way to find a new solution in a project. I am the fastest typist the South East, or so I am told (95WPM) and consider myself a computer dork. I have strong communication skills and enjoy working with a variety of people from my years of customer service and retail. I have managed people and projects, and look forward to allowing my experience and skills to shine with your company!

Ideal Workplace Values

An ideal workplace is altruistic at its core - it cares about people first. A sense of transparency, inclusivity, and progressive outlook is important to me based on my values.


Tampa, Florida, US

Open To

Full Time JobCo-op

Work Settings


Career Interests

Administrative WorkBusiness & FinancialLaw, Policy, & AdvocacyLeadership & Management

Skills & Strengths

Neuroexceptional Talents

I am a pattern watcher which helps me identify short term needs as well as big picture needs. I am constantly thinking of ways to improve processes and work smarter, not harder. Because of my neurodivergence, I also am also able to adapt my training style to the person I am instructing, because I have had to adapt my own learning style over the years while struggling. It has informed my sense of empathy and patience in helping others, and I think that is an absolute strength.

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Inclusion Essentials


step by step instructionsChat systems (Teams)Send Questions in AdvanceInterviewer Experienced with NeurodiversityAlternate Interview FormatEmail / Calendar OrganizationCommunication PlanConcise instructionsReceiving Information in AdvanceWritten InstructionsRecorded Tasks & MessagesFlexible scheduleshorter meetingsUninterrupted Work Time

Sensory Sensitivities

Bright, blinking, or fluorescent lights
Loud noises