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A HOUSE MANAGER is responsible for the efficient and productive day-to-day operation of household projects. This includes supervision of any support staff and serving as the point-of-contact with vendors, running of errands, overseeing maintenance and repair, and any other household projects or family events that require management.
Working as a liaison for Principals (i.e. Home Owners), the House Manager serves as the point-of-contact for all renovation contracts, antique and art sellers, sommeliers, stylists or specialists who require time and consideration.
Where there are children in the household, the House Manager works with the Nanny on educational goals, safety, diet and the schedules of the children relative to the schedules of their parents.
The EXECUTIVE PERSONAL ASSISTANT serves as an extension of their Principal, which provides both professional and personal support, particularly with those who work from home. This role works *directly* with the Principal– from making calls on their behalf, travel planning, scheduling appointments and coordinating with a chef, dietician and trainer as to the personal care of the Principal and his or her family, whereas the House Manager has a more *independent* role. The main objective of the EPA is to give the Principal personal support for any boards they serve on, attend any events on their behalf or execute any commitments they made to others.
Both roles are vitally important to those busy families where structure is needed to stay on task, but is essential in seamlessly working together to make the home and personal life of the Principal more productive and worry-free. The House Manager/Executive Personal Assistant works to organize home and business, creating a cohesive environment.
Serving guests, keeping a garage organized and vehicles cared for all consume time away from business and family. The management of a home is demanding and takes away from the important things that matter.
Founded in 2007 as a Household Management and Executive Personal Assistance service, Iuvo, Inc. has supported multiple principals across various industries for the past 11 years. With a business model structured to support both short-term and long-term principals, Iuvo, Inc. has provided client services ranging from small business start-ups and planning events to negotiating with contractors and inventory management.
Born in Forthood Texas, but raised in Oceanside, California Evelya – a proud aunt to eleven nephews and nieces, a great-niece with one on the way, and daughter of an Army/ Marine Veteran – now lives in San Diego. As a high school Honors graduate, she was offered academic scholarships to out-of-county institutions but Evelya elected to stay close to her family and community and accepted the offer to attend the University of California San Diego—ranked #16 U.S. News World Report Best Global Universities 2018. As a student she was actively involved in the Summer Bridge program and held leadership positions for La Raza Graduation for two years. In that time, she served as Camp Counselor in Brooklyn, New York and the following summer as an Upward Bound Counselor at the University of San Francisco where she worked and inspired a core of fourteen underprivileged students to reach their goals of attaining higher education.
Since then she has volunteered for the Jammer Foundation—supporters of foster youth, served as the President of the Board of her HOA for three years and had served on the Membership Committee for the San Diego Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
From 2009-2012, Evelya served as the captain of a team for the San Diego Hospice Melisa & Kayes annual Fun Run and Walk. In 2010, she also served on the Honorary Committee for Norma Hernandez School Board Seat 4, was featured in Giving Back magazine-May issue and was recognized by Senator Ron Calderon for her service in the community. In 2011, Laurel Elementary honored her with a placement in their Hall of Fame and was recognized by both Councilmember David Alvarez with a commendation and Captain Rosario for her substantial contribution to the renovation of the City of San Diego-Southern Division Police Department. In 2013, Evelya received the Scotty D Kindness Award from the Friends of Scott Foundation-Friends to Children with Cancer, the community recipient award from the University of California San Diego and the President’s award for her outstanding service on the Board of Directors of MANA de San Diego for her exceptional service as Membership Director, Board Member at Large and for her continued service as a mentor for the Hermanitas Program.
In 2014, Evelya trained for the Emergency Response Team in order to be prepared for service in case of natural disasters. She later received a special commendation from Calif. State Senator Ben Hueso, Calif. State Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, Mayor City of San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and National City Mayor Mary Salas, for outstanding achievement and leadership. At that time, she also completed a three-year term serving on the City of San Diego Historical Resources Board. Most recently, she focused her energy as now Past President of the San Diego Chapter Domestic Estate Managers Association (DEMA).
At this time, her commitment to the Private Service Industry, continued education and learning, took her to the Charles MacPherson Academy in Toronto, CN to become a certified House Manager/Butler—to note, the Academy is the only Private Service Educational Institution in North America that is accredited.