Transforming lives and businesses
Jerrica, WBN talent
At WorkBetterNow, we provide remote workforce and virtual assistant services to help small businesses run their operations more efficiently. Founded by Rob Levin and Andrew Cohen, who have 40+ years of shared experience in helping small businesses, we offer pre-vetted and skilled Latin American professionals who are hand-matched to each business’s unique needs and requirements. With a focus on understanding each client’s business goals and culture, we aim to provide business owners with peace of mind and dedicated team members who are passionate about their success.
Power your business with a WorkBetterNow remote workforce and boost productivity, reduce costs, and gain a competitive edge in today’s fast-paced business environment.
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How WBN is changing businesses
WorkBetterNow is powering businesses to boost productivity, reduce costs, and gain a competitive edge in today’s fast-paced business environment. Don’t just take our word for it – watch these videos to see for yourself.
“I really credit you guys with the training and the development you’re doing to invest in these people. It really helps provide a great experience for our clients.”
“The last two years WorkBetterNow is a game change for me. It’s changing how I look at business. I want everyone to experience what I’m experiencing.”
“My WBN Assistant has helped me with marketing, traveling, and engaging other people with videos. It’s really like I’ve never had an assistant that has been so easy to engage and work with.”
“Stephany (WBN VA) is fantastic. I can’t use an adjective to tell you how happy I’m with her.”
“We are very lucky with the first VA, it was fantastic. I think WorkBetterNow goes way beyond assistants.”
“We have Virtual Assistants who say, I’ve done this before and I know that I need to do it again and they take the initiative to do it.”
Meet the WBN leadership team
Andrew is the CEO of Work Better Now and co-founder along with his college roommate Rob Levin.
Born and raised in the New York City suburbs, Andrew began his professional career working on Wall Street. More recently, he has been a business consultant in Los Angeles for both the Small Business Development Center and the Goldman Sachs 10KSB Program, working with small businesses, startups, and entrepreneurs. He specializes in developing high-performing teams, mentoring leaders, and growing strong culture within the workplace.
Andrew is an avid poker player, having won a World Series of Poker bracelet. His background as a professional poker player propelled his business skills and plays a fundamental role in his entrepreneurial management.
Andrew currently lives in Los Angeles with his family, and you can still find him playing poker in his spare time.
Fun fact: Andrew has produced three movies for television starring Hollywood legends Emilio Estevez, Donald Sutherland, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and others.
Rob co-founded Work Better Now in 2018 and currently serves as the chairman. He is also the managing member of the Oasis Strategy Group and CEO of RSL Media.
Previously, Rob was the founder and publisher of The New York Enterprise Report, a media company that served small and midsize businesses.
Having been nationally recognized for his small business leadership, Rob began his career as a “Big 6” CPA and has held senior positions in several entrepreneurial companies.
He earned his BS in accounting from the State University of New York at Albany and his MBA from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA.
He lives in the Riverdale section of the Bronx with his wife, two kids, and their dog.
A big music fan, Rob has seen over 1,000 concerts and plays guitar.
Fun fact: In college, Rob produced concerts including the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello, Meatloaf, and Fishbone.
Jessica was WBN’s first staff member back in 2018, working with Rob and Andrew to build WBN from the ground up, and she currently serves as the general manager.
For 14 years, before WBN, she helped other companies develop their processes and procedures, and she has helped countless virtual assistants develop their full potential and get things done. She was Rob’s executive assistant since 2014 before deciding to join the WBN adventure.
Jessica lives in San Salvador, El Salvador, with her husband, two kids, and her dog, Chewie, a wonderful Shih Tzu.
She is a big pop music fan who loves to dance.
Jessica was terrified of flying until she overcame the fear and flew on her own to attend WBN’s first leadership retreat in Costa Rica. Since then, she’s had the travel bug and wants to go everywhere.
Denuar started his career in WBN as a success coach and then transitioned into his current role as a senior recruiting manager.
Previously, he served as a manager in the business process outsourcing industry. He focused on coaching and development by creating action plans that improved KPI in performance and revenue.
Denuar lives in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, with his young daughter and his dog Bacon.
As a nature lover, he enjoys mountain biking and motocross.
Fun fact: He crossed Honduras from coast to coast on his bicycle. During the trip, he became an expert in fixing flat tires.
Silvana started at WBN as Andrew’s executive assistant and progressed to become the company’s senior project manager.
Her experience includes senior executive Assistant roles in England for the past seven years, working for both startups and well-established organizations. She also worked as a data compliance officer for a royal charity and a data center.
Silvana relocated back to Cordoba, Argentina, during the COVID-19 pandemic, where she now lives with her family and pets.
She loves large and small DYI projects. She has renovated three houses and is now working on the fourth one, which will be her family’s home. Lover of the outdoors, she lives near the mountains and is always doing something outside.
Fun Fact: Before moving to London, Silvana worked for BMW as a motorcycle tour guide on all five continents, having completed the longest commercial motorcycle tour—125 days, 360 degrees—around South America.