Senior Accounting Manager
Accounting, Office Management, Human Resources, Project Documentation
Arlene Mallory holds down the fort at Impact 21. She manages Impact 21’s day-to-day activities ensuring punctuality and accuracy. She handles accounts payables and receivables, invoicing and billing, collections, and monthly financial reporting for the company. In addition, she manages all administrative activities including company logistics, internal form management, coordinating company events, and procurement of goods and services. She also serves in a Human Resources role, onboarding new team members, training on internal operations, payroll, and administering contracts. Arlene is a pro at Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. She supports both the internal team and clients in processing documents and in the production and delivery of project materials. Arlene developed the system of reporting time and project materials to back up monthly client invoicing and demonstrate clarity and transparency of Impact 21’s work efforts.
Prior to joining Impact 21, Arlene was a Regional Office Manager and assistant to the Regional Sales Manager for one of the largest credit card processing companies in the U.S. for over five years. She managed the daily operations, clerical, and administrative function of several sales offices in the Midwest region and served as liaison between the office staff and the corporate office. Arlene was also responsible for staffing new offices, procuring and acquiring materials, supplies, vendor setup, training new hires and existing staff, and escalating customer and correspondent banks service issues. She developed numerous spreadsheets that simplified monthly reporting and equipment pricing thus reducing errors in pricing calculations.
Arlene was born in the Philippines and attended Holy Angel University, Angeles City. She moved to the states and has called Lexington, KY home since 1993. Arlene enjoys cooking and relaxing with her cat Izzy.
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