About Renae Treon

Renae TreonIn 2010, Renae Treon became a Management Assistant for Universal Technology Corporation (UTC). There she applied her years of experience managing the inner workings of highly technical office environments to the support of two sectors of the company’s Propulsion Division. Having obtained “Secret” level clearance, she coordinated the efforts of dozens of scientists and engineers in the company’s Air Force Research Laboratory based on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base outside Dayton, Ohio. As part of her responsibilities with UTC, Renae Treon ensured the accurate entry of information for travel orders into the Defense Travel System, for timesheet records, and for purchase order processing.

Prior to this, Renae Treon had acquired over 20 years of familiarity within the healthcare environment handling the executive support for the President and CEO of Miami Valley Hospital. Maintaining the efficient conduct of information, appointments, and travel arrangements for the President of the hospital, which required her to have a thorough working knowledge of the particular idiosyncrasies of hospital administration. She became well versed in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint in addition to scheduling software used to organize the time of the executives under her care. In earlier positions as Administrative Assistant at Miami Valley Hospital, she worked for two Vice Presidents, where she helped to prepare annual budgeting information and often was the principal recording secretary for committee meetings.

Outside of work, Renae Treon volunteers at two animal-related non-profit organizations. She works with Team Greyhound Adoption of Ohio that helps to find good homes for retired racing greyhounds. She also donates her time to the Society for the Improvement of Conditions for Stray Animals (SICSA), which helps to place animals in quality homes and also spays and neuters over 1000 animals annually. In her spare time, Treon enjoys a variety of interests including cooking, yoga, visiting the outdoors and horseback riding.

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