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Tonja D.

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  • Joined September 2016

Obsessed with organization, time management, software testing, and communication

  • Puyallup, WA, United States
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Tonja D.
Puyallup, WA, United States



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Business owner, Manager, and team coordinator. Worked primarily in technology as Software QA Sr. Supervisor for domestic and offshore test team

Work history

Personal trainer, group fitness instructor and owner. Handled all the day to day operations of the business including social media, client interactions, blog posts, billing and many other tasks
Sr. Software QA Supervisor
Create and manage execution of test plans, work with cross functional team to meet end users requirements, report on daily test progress, Manage offshore test team, Scrum, Agile and waterfall development methodologies. Events team intern
AT&T Wireless
Odyssey SWAT Team
Solve business customers issues by researching where the problem was, finding the solution and putting together a proposal for the solution. See the "Bug fix" through to completion and follow up with affected business consumers.



Jones College
BS in Business Administration.
National Personal Training Institute
Personal Training Deploma
Precision Nutrition
Precision Nutrition Level 1 certification



agile methodology community customer support event management event organization


Bitly Canva Facebook Hootsuite IFTTT Mailchimp Slack Wordpress Basecamp CoSchedule Constant Contact Eventbrite Instagram Pinterest Powerpoint


Not seeking work


  • Available during business hours and evenings


  • Can work 50hrs per week
  • Can commit to 3-6 months


Industries I love

Animals & Pets Gaming Health & Wellness

What I read

primarily fiction, sci-fi books, cookbooks, business books,

Side projects

Working as community outreach/QA lead for the City of Titans community project. A game development project

Ideal team

I find I can work well with anywhere form a 4-40 person team. Once I get over 40 direct reports, I start identifying assistants who can help me manage all the direct reports. As long as I can identify my communication network, size is not an issue.