Fifteen years into her career as a project manager at various businesses and universities in the Baltimore area, LaTia Few noticed that many of the organizations she’d worked for faced similar administrative issues. She saw multiple administrative personnel on payroll performing redundant functions, cumbersome paper-based filing systems, bookkeeping put on the backburner, and hindered productivity due to scattered communications or non-existent documentation of important business operations.
In 2015, LaTia founded LaFew & Associates to help organizations address their administrative challenges by gaining access to high-quality project management, event management, and back office support services—all delivered through a convenient and cost-effective virtual model. Today, LaFew & Associates has served as the business-behind-the-business to organizations across industries and sizes, from solopreneurs to large, international organizations. Together, we’re transforming the way businesses work while promoting greater productivity and career opportunities within our local communities and beyond.
LaFew & Associates is committed to providing high-quality, detailed-oriented project management support to each client. We operate using a hands-on, one-size-does-not-fit-all approach that ensures you receive responsive and customized support to address your unique needs, challenges, and industry demands.
What’s In It For You?
If you’re spending more time supporting your business than actually growing it, hiring a virtual project manager can not only boost productivity, it could change your life. Working with us, you can:
Minimize or Completely Eliminate Overhead Costs
Only Pay For the Hours We Work (No Downtime)
Instantly Increase Manpower with 100% Virtual Support
Work with an Experienced, US-based Project Manager
Scale Support to Address Your Project’s Duration or Scope
Access Proven Project Management Best Practices and Tools
Improve Organization, Streamline Processes, and Meet Deadlines
Avoid Common Project Pitfalls and Cost Overruns