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2017 Scripps College Resume Book Dear alumnae, families, and friends, On behalf of Scripps College, I have the privilege of introducing you to talented job seekers from the Classes of 2016 and 2017. Within these pages are over 100 examples of the Scripps College experience. Our liberal arts graduates complete a core curriculum in interdisciplinary humanities and compose a senior thesis specific to their area of study. They are leaders who excel in research and writing, communication, and analytics. Most graduate having completed at least two internships and about 60% of them spend a semester abroad. Recent graduates are now working for organizations large and small across the country like Advisory Board, Amazon, BlackRock, Boston Children's Hospital, Brighter, California Music Studios, CBS Interactive, City of Hope, Duff & Phelps, Goldman Sachs, Google, Intrepid Investment Bankers, JET, Lieberman Research International, LinkedIn, Medallia, NBC, Pfizer, Pomona Hope, Teach for America, Windes Accounting, and Yelp. Many began university research positions and international fellowships. How to use this book We offer the 2017 Scripps College Resume Book as a networking and recruitment tool for these impressive individuals. For privacy purposes, students are identified by first name and last initial only (in the case of duplicate aliases, an additional letter is included in the last name as a unique identifier). Each name is hyperlinked to an email forward. We encourage you to connect with students directly for job referrals or networking opportunities. Should you be interested in receiving a group of resumes for a particular industry, please contact our office for support. Each participant was given an opportunity to identify her top three industries, as listed on the following contents page. While you can browse through individual resumes, you may prefer to search by industry fields. The “Home” button located in the top corner of each page will bring you back to the contents page. The industry listed at the top of each resume will bring you back to the industry’s chapter page. Additionally, you may wish to explore the navigation bar in the Resume Book footer which includes buttons for zooming and full screen viewing. We also invite you to visit us on campus or post current openings with us directly. Please contact us with any questions; my team and I are here to help in whatever way we can. Incipit Vita Nova,

Vicki P. Klopsch Executive Director, Career Planning & Resources


Contents CLICK ON ANY OF THE FIELDS BELOW AND BE TAKEN TO A LIST OF STUDENTS WITH MATCHING INTERESTS.

INDUSTRY FIELDS Architecture/Planning

Arts/Design

Consulting/Management

Consumer Products/Retail

Education

Engineering

Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)

Environment/Sustainability

Event Planning

Finance/Investment

Fundraising/Development

Government/Public Policy

Health/Medicine

Human Resources/Recruiting

International Relations

Journalism/Publishing

Language/Culture

Law

Marketing/Advertising/PR

Museum Work

Scientific Research/ Development

Social Services

Sports/Recreation

Start-Ups/Small Business

Technology/Computer Science

Travel/Hospitality


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Architecture/Planning CLICK ON A STUDENT’S NAME TO VIEW THIS STUDENT’S RESUME, OR SCROLL THROUGH THIS CHAPTER TO VIEW ALL RESUMES IN THIS INDUSTRY.

Emily Au

Isabella L

Elizabeth D

Katie S

If you would like a list of the students’ names and email addresses in this industry, please email us at careers@scrippscollege.edu.


HOME EMILY AU

INDUSTRY: Architecture/Planning EDUCATION Scripps College | Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Environment, Economics, and Politics | Cumulative GPA: 3.83 Expected May 2017 − Humanities Institute Junior Fellow: Selected as 1 of 13 students to participate in a graduate-level seminar course titled “Dangerous Conversations: Raced, Gendered, and Classed Violence in the U.S. Post-Charleston” − Senior Thesis: “‘White’ Space: The Racialization of Claremont, California” School for International Training | Jaipur, India One semester abroad | GPA: 3.76

Spring 2016

EXPERIENCE Volunteer Coordinator and Phone Banker October - November 2016 Hillary for California| Claremont, CA − Managed volunteers for a recurring voter contact phone bank of up to 30 participants by keeping records of volunteer participation, contacting registered volunteers, and assisting in management of the phone bank − Participated as a volunteer phone banker to contact voters in swing states for 6 hours/week, including time spent as volunteer coordinator Homes For All Intern June - August 2016 Right to the City Alliance | Brooklyn, NY − Gained experience working on a national campaign to cease the mass displacement of low-income, communities of color from their historic urban neighborhoods − Supported developing and formatting recommendations to a draft of the 4th Regional Plan for the tri-state area − Performed outreach for the Autonomous University for Social Movements's study abroad programs through mobilizing the organization's existing contacts and establishing new contacts through phone calls, email, and inperson meetings, and organizing related data Plan for a Healthy Los Angeles Intern September - December 2015 Los Angeles Department of City Planning | Los Angeles, CA − Led the development of a Healthy Kids Zone program within the Department of City Planning, which will establish schools as resources for health in poor-health Los Angeles communities − Organized and facilitated the meeting of the Plan for a Healthy Los Angeles’s Community and Technical Advisory Committees Collegiate Leaders in Environmental Health Intern June - August 2015 National Center for Environmental Health, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) | Atlanta, GA − Developed infographics on food safety and healthy community design for dissemination in the Congressional budget, on CDC social media, and to other stakeholders − Conducted qualitative interviews with public health experts about health impact assessments, and crafted plain language summaries for publication on CDC’s website − Presented at annual Climate and Health Symposium on “An Environmental Justice Analysis of the Health Impacts of Climate Change in LA County” to over 30 CDC colleagues SKILLS AND RECOGNITION − Computer: Microsoft Office/Mac proficient, ConstantContact, social media marketing − Intermediate French, Beginning Hindi − Accepted as a student delegate to 2017 Northwestern University Conference for Human Rights, “Art x Human Rights: Propaganda, Power, and Protest!” − Ava Doner Memorial Scholarship, WTS LA, November 2015: Top undergraduate scholarship, of $7,500, for Los Angeles women pursuing a career in transportation or environmental planning − Presidential Scholarship, Scripps College, April 2013: Merit-based award of $14,000 per year


HOME ISABELLA L

INDUSTRY: Architecture/Planning

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Analysis, Politics Track • Awards: Dean’s List Fall 2015, Women in Transportation Seminar Scholarship Recipient • Relevant Coursework: Green Urbanism, Environmental Science, Environmental Politics, Environmental Economics • Thesis: All Roads Lead to the Fair: How a 2022 Los Angeles World’s Fair Would Accelerate the Implementation of Sustainable and Innovative Forms of Transportation

EXPERIENCE French Ministry of the Environment, Energy, and the Sea, Paris, France June 2016-August 2016 Environmental Risk Intern • Responsible for planning the meeting of the Natural Hazards Platform of the Alpine Convention uniting alpine countries to establish risk prevention strategies to combat climate change • Developed a call to action and prevention guide to address mountainous risks in France • Created marketing materials to launch mountainous risk prevention initiatives increasing community based organizing The Paris Urbanism Agency, Paris France March 2016–May 2016 Sustainable Development Intern • Conducted research on sustainability initiatives in Paris addressing energy conservation and sustainable transportation • Translated sustainability guides from French to English increasing international collaboration United States Senator Dianne Feinstein, Los Angeles, CA September 2015–December 2015 Policy Intern • Supported the senator and her field staff through constituent services, administrative support, and attending meetings • Conducted policy research for legislative projects, drafting memos, press clippings, and letter requests • Created weekly drought reports monitoring environmental conditions and water scarcity in California Los Angeles 2022 World’s Fair, Los Angeles, CA June 2015–Present Sustainability Flex Team Co-Lead • Lead development of sustainability policies and standards in all aspects of the World’s Fair, including health, happiness, diversity, culture, land use, and wildlife • Plan cross departmental meetings to coordinate sustainability efforts with all committees of the World’s Fair Earth Rights Institute, Los Angeles, CA May 2015–August 2015 Assistant Program Director • Project manager of Inland Empire Sustainability Initiative creating a youth to green career pathway for k-12 students • Content creation for the Annual Report, bi-monthly newsletters, website design, and social media seen by over 800 members • Led fundraising initiatives to launch Living Lab Course on Sustainable Development in Guatemala

ACTIVITIES Scripps College Office of Admissions, Claremont, CA August 2016-November 2016 Senior Interviewer • Conducted interviews with prospective students to help shape the future of the college Scripps Associated Students, Claremont, CA May 2015-Present Senior Class President, Junior Class President • Elected to serve and represent student voices within the Scripps College student government and administration • Effectively plan class specific events connecting students to each other and the greater Claremont community • Improve campus climate based on student input forming action oriented committees and implementing new student resources Claremont Energy Challenge, Claremont, CA January 2015-September 2015 Event Planning Coordinator • Planned Claremont Energy Challenge Launch Event in March with over 300 attendees • Developed relations with local city council, national, and federal affiliates to participate in our energy reduction competition • Responsible for PR outreach both locally in city and amongst the Claremont Colleges increasing community engagement

INTERESTS AND SKILLS • • • •

Technical: Microsoft Access, InDesign, Wordpress, Constant Contact, Mail Chimp, thankQ CRM Software, Guidestar, Asana Language: French (Advanced), Italian (Intermediate) Interests: Sustainability, Urban Planning, Transportation, Environmental Policy, Sustainable Development, Traveling, Gelato Clubs: Board of Trustees Student Representative, Environmental Club, Animal Justice and Education


HOME ELIZABETH D

INDUSTRY: Architecture/Planning Profile Graduating senior studying neuroscience with a secondary concentration in art and spatial design. Completed a thesis in the fall of 2016 on cytoarchitectonics and the evolution of morphological eye design, which is in preparation for publishing in 2017. Seeking a position post-graduation in the field of architecture or design to employ a unique combination of analytic, computational, creative, and interpersonal skills before earning an M.A. in architecture. Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 • B.A. in Behavioral Neuroscience accompanied by a minor in Art, Cumulative GPA: 3.5 • Thesis: An Optical Morphospace: The Evolutionary Constrains of Sensitivity and Acuity of Eyes • Dean’s List Fall 2017 University Arts London: Chelsea College, Chelsea, England Spring 2016 • Competitive abroad program in Interior and Spatial Design Collegiate course work: Calculus, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Molecular Neurobiology, Computer Science, Statistics, European Art History, Painting, Combined Media Art, Architectural History, Digital Framing Theory Concord Academy, Concord, MA May 2013 Work Experience Kenneth Boroson Architects, LLC, Administrative/ Design Intern Summer 2015 • Assisted with administrative responsibilities, complied architectural research, produced and implemented a standard operating procedure for various production and administrative duties, and completed a Microdesk certification in Revit programing Harvard Graduate School of Design: Career Discovery Internship Program Summer 2015 • Accepted into a seven-week architecture and spatial design internship program to study hand drafting, modeling, diagraming, and installation under qualified Harvard professor and graduates Laspa Center for Leadership, Scholar in Action Fall 2017-Present • Selected by co-directors of the Laspa Center to assist students in assuming positions of leadership at the highest levels of achievement. Responsible for developing, moderating, and facilitating programming within the community to develop and support future generations of women leaders The Vanguard Magazine, Staff Writer 2014- 2017 • Utilized strong written and verbal skills to publish weekly articles in an intercollegiate online entrepreneurial publication about technology and innovation The Student Life Magazine, Lifestyle/ Sports Writer 2014- 2017 • Wrote and edited for the oldest running campus newspaper Southern California • Frequently employed interpersonal skills while conducting interviews of staff members, coaches, and students Classic Liquors, Part-Owner/ Financial Administrator 2011-Present • Owner of 21% of five 10,000 sq. foot big box liquor stores • Assists with marketing, social media, office administration and sales Accomplishments Laspa Center for Leadership, We Act Grant Committee Member Fall 2016 • Selected by board of directors to be a Scholar in Action, responsible for awarding annual grants to current students University Arts London, Nominated Study Abroad Ambassador May 2016 William Morris Gallery, London, England Featured Artist March 2016 Scripps College New Dorm Design Committee, Student Chair September 2015 Concord Academy, Alumnae Steering Committee 2012-2013 • Selected by the Headmaster to serve on a committee which interacts with the Board of Trustees Cow House Studios, Student Resident June-July 2012 • Selected as one of twelve international students to study under a Fulbright Scholar in County Wexford, Ireland Skills • • •

3+ years of experience within the office environment Proficient in Spanish (oral and written) Proficient in Python and R programming language

3D: Autodesk: Revit, AutoCAD 2D: Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook Adobe: Illustrator, Photoshop


HOME KATIE S

INDUSTRY: Architecture/Planning

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts: Art History; Double Minor: Environmental Analysis, French Sarah Lawrence College, Paris, France Reid Hall

May 2017 August 2015 – December 2015

Experience PR Assistant, Scripps College Office of Communication and Marketing, Claremont, CA August 2016 – Present • Build brand awareness through strategic media outreach; monitor and analyze press mentions. • Enhance SEO performance of the Scripps College website. • Conducted competitor analysis of online newsrooms; prepared presentation of best practices and recommendations. Global eCommerce & Marketing Intern, Williams-Sonoma, Inc., San Francisco, CA June 2016 – August 2016 • Extracted, integrated, and analyzed email campaign performance for company-owned brands in Australia and the UK. • Conducted eCommerce analysis and market research of WSI industry competitors and other leading global retailers. • Created best practices seasonal marketing campaign toolkit for international company-owned locations and franchise partners; presented findings and recommendations to global teams. • Prepared and presented an overview of WSI’s global mission, presence, and expansion strategy. Data Specialist, Scripps College Office of Communication and Marketing, Claremont, CA Spring 2015 & Spring 2016 • Responsible for keeping the many Scripps College websites updated with current news and events. • Digitized the Scripps College Magazine for a web format. • Confirmed the functionality of all links across the websites using Wordpress, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, etc. • Edited the online profiles of professors and academic departments. Design Intern, Proceviat Designs, Los Altos, CA

July 2015

• Assisted with interior design, space planning, and home staging. • Met with clients and made home consultation visits throughout the Silicon Valley area. Apparel Intern, Ariat International, Union City, CA June 2014 – August 2014 • Completed a variety of projects related to apparel design, garment fitting, manufacturing, and marketing at the headquarters of an international equestrian footwear and apparel company. • Contributed to the major redesign of the Ariat website.

Leadership Positions • • • •

Peer Mentor, Member of the 2014-2015 New Student Program. Tour Guide and Bay Area Student Representative for Scripps College. Fundraiser at Scripps Phonathon and Student Representative at the Campaign for Scripps College 2013 launch. Co-Founder of Spotlite, a student organization which highlights the arts and culture across the 5 Claremont Colleges.

Awards & Recognitions • Deborah David and Norman Kurland Scholarship Recipient: Fall 2015, Spring 2016. • Scripps College Dean’s List: Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Spring 2016.

Skills Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Wordpress, Google Suite, MailChimp, Vocus, Experian Suite, Data analysis, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Snapchat, Fundraising, Public speaking, Web design, Retail marketing campaign planning, Leadership, Community outreach, Peer counseling, French, Python.


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Arts/Design CLICK ON A STUDENT’S NAME TO VIEW THIS STUDENT’S RESUME, OR SCROLL THROUGH THIS CHAPTER TO VIEW ALL RESUMES IN THIS INDUSTRY.

Ariana C

Taylor C-H

Chrysanna D

Amelia H

Grace P

Caroline T

Megan T

Maxine T

Isabel V

Elizabeth D

Diva G

Katie M R

Lauren C

Jessica R

Mary C

Eliza L

Uma B

Cassidy V

Isabella R

Amanda L

Alexandra W

If you would like a list of the students’ names and email addresses in this industry, please email us at careers@scrippscollege.edu.


HOME ARIANA C

INDUSTRY: Arts/Design Education:

Scripps College , Claremont, California •

Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies and French

Sarah Lawrence College in Paris , Paris, France •

Semester abroad with classes taught exclusively in French

May 2017 Spring 2016

Fashion Institute of Technolog y , New York, New York •

Summer 2015 Related Coursework: Marketing for Integrated Marketing Communications and Introduction to the Fashion Industry

Experience:

Lord & Taylor Flagship Store, Store Operations Intern, New York, New York •

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Summer 2016 Organized and created an in-store event by researching inspiration and ideas that fit a seasonal theme, organizing third party vendors, and calculating a budget of $1,300 for the event Created marketing material for VIP shoppers that explained the store’s offerings for events and experiences that will be used companywide Helped manage or execute in-store events including fashion presentations for guests and special discount days

Scripps College , Marketing Assistant, Claremont, California •

Fall 2015 Contributed to Scripps’ Office of Marketing and Communications by assisting with copy editing, creating and updating web pages for the official Scripps College website, as well as fact checking and gathering market data

Elie Tahari, International Sales Intern, New York, New York •

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Summer 2014 Supported international and domestic sales professionals with clients, helping with appointments during market in the Tahari showroom, inputting order confirmations on scan application, cross checking orders for cancellations, requesting to add new styles, and creating power points showcasing the product information that each client had ordered Assisted the stylist with the models by putting together outfits from the collection during market, conclaves, and styling appointments Maintained in the sample closet by retrieving and returning clothing that was going out to the clients. Internship resulted in research paper approved by Scripps College written on the role of influence in sales

Samuel French Inc., Literary Intern, New York, New York. • • •

Summer 2013 Backed with organization and execution of annual “Samuel French Off- Off Broadway Festival” by running errands and researching resources available for playwright’s website in a timely manner Indexed over 3,000 contracts and copyrights in file cabinets Edited both the Festival website and main company website by writing about playwrights

Skills: • Microsoft Office Suite • Basic understanding of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, and InDesign • Native English speaker and conversational French reading, writing, and conversational skills • Social media forums: Wordpress.org, Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram Personal Interests: • Fashion, music, cinema, running, yoga, travel, and reading


HOME TAYLOR C-H INDUSTRY: Arts/Design Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Art History Senior Thesis: “The Cultural Mosaic Under the Tesserae: Local Identity in the Iconography and Compositions of Roman Floor Mosaics” Cumulative GPA: 3.67 Dean’s List Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 Sarah Lawrence College, Paris, France

Semester Abroad, Spring 2016

Experience Curatorial Intern June-August 2016 Department of European Painting and Sculpture, Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO • Assisted with the forthcoming French paintings catalogue • Organized and labeled documents for curatorial object files • Compiled information on the exhibition history, provenance, and bibliography of works of art in the collection Graphic Design Assistant September-December 2015 Office of Marketing and Communications, Scripps College • Created marketing materials for Scripps College • Edited and formatted existing materials for both online and print publications Mellon Research Fellow June-August 2014 Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College • Organized and used primary source documents to research the life and work of American photographer Dody Weston Thompson • Curated an exhibition of Weston Thompson’s work which was on display at the Clark Humanities Museum at Scripps College (April-May 2016) • Wrote wall texts and a press release for this exhibition • Wrote a report for Scripps College and the Mellon Foundation and presented this research at the Scripps Undergraduate Research Symposium • Assisted with other tasks, events, and exhibitions at the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery Development Department Intern Legal Aid of Western Missouri • Wrote case studies to be used in reports and grant proposals • Contributed to grant proposals • Catalogued donor materials

June-August 2013

Tour Guide June-August 2012 Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO • Lead tours for children of the sculpture park as part of the Teen Guide Program “Sculpture in the Summer” Skills Proficient in French (reading, writing, and speaking) Proficient in Adobe InDesign, Lightroom, and Photoshop Experienced in both digital and darkroom photography Proficient in Microsoft Office and comfortable with both Mac and PC platforms


HOME CHRYSANNA D INDUSTRY: Arts/Design

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA  B.A. in Art (honors), magna cum laude  Senior Thesis: The Ceramic Body: Concepts of Violence, Nature, and Gender  Dean’s List 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015; GPA 3.8  Recipient of the 2016 Lucia Suffel Crafts Award

May 2016

Studio Art Centers International, Florence, Italy January 2015 – April 2015  Semester abroad with focus in Drawing, Fashion Design, Sculpture, Art History, and Italian Language

EXPERIENCE Instructor, Camp Fashionista, San Jose, CA  Led and assisted day-long drawing and sewing classes for students ages 6-12  Participated in the management of camp curriculum and upkeep of the studio

May 2016 – Present

Attendant, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Claremont, CA September 2012 – May 2016  Greeted visitors and provided information about exhibit  Assisted during gallery receptions and learned about preparing works for exhibition Digital Imaging Assistant, Scripps College Visual Resources September 2012 – May 2016  Conducted the organization, scanning, preservation, and digital image editing of thousands of slides  Composed PowerPoint presentations for faculty  Uploaded and maintained digital image archives for Claremont University Consortium’s Image Database Intern, Made Sewing Studio, Seattle, WA June 2015 - August 2015  Assisted and led beginner and intermediate sewing classes five days a week for children ages 5 to 12  Participated in the development, organization, and management of camp curriculum Recipient of Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Research Grant, Scripps College May 2014 – Sept 2014  Researched, interviewed, and wrote about a group of 20 female artists and their works  Co-curated an exhibition on a portfolio of 20 prints  Designed and wrote a brochure and composed piece abstracts for exhibition Intern, Camp Galileo, Cupertino, CA June 2013 - August 2013  Participated in the setup, cleanup, organization, and management of day-long camp five days a week  Supervised and collaborated with children ages 4 to 13 in educational indoor and outdoor activities Instructor, Lord of the Light Art Studio and Gallery, San Jose, CA July 2009 - August, 2012  Individually instructed, advised, and mentored students ages 4 to 12 to help them develop visual art skills and become acquainted with fine art tools

SKILLS Technical: Proficient in drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, and digital arts; Basic experience in graphic design, animation, photography, and sewing Software: Experienced with both Mac and Windows systems, Microsoft Office and Mac Productivity Apps, and Adobe Creative Suite’s Photoshop and InDesign


HOME AMELIA H

INDUSTRY: Arts/Design

Relevant Experience Tutor, Self-Employed, Concord, CA Sept. 2016-Present  Strategized effective learning techniques for areas of difficulty  Implemented focusing strategies for student's unique attention span and learning style Intern, Scripps College Media Services, Claremont, CA Sept. 2015-May 2016  Checked equipment out to faculty, staff, and students and contacted customers regarding overdue equipment  Set up equipment for campus events Sept. 2013-Dec. 2015 Clerical Assistant, Scripps College Writing Program, Claremont, CA  Assisted a faculty member in research for papers, an anthology, and a lecture presentation  Created a WordPress site as a central location for information about the Claremont Colleges' Creative Writing departments to increase visibility of the programs and their events April 2013-May 2016 Student Leader, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Claremont, CA  Planned and facilitated weekly small group meetings with a co-leader  Delegated tasks for a team of 5-10 people to and manage communication between teams  Handled logistics for planning 1-3 events a year for groups of 15-40 people Board of Trustees Student Rep., Scripps College, Claremont, CA Sept. 2015-May 2016  Spoke with Board members about student opinions on issues and initiatives as a member of Student Affairs Committee; voted on programs and decisions related to student life Summer 2013, 2014, 2015 Intern, Laurie Shigekuni & Associates, San Francisco, CA  Trained in Medi-Cal legal requirements, estate planning, and trust administration, and drafted documents for one to two cases each of three summers  Assisted in answering questions and distributing sample documents at estate planning seminars at elderly community meetings throughout San Francisco May 2014-May 2015 Assistant Co-Head, Asian American Student Union, Claremont, CA  Collaborated with other identity-based student groups to maintain community spaces for underrepresented students on campus  Planned events and weekly meetings for 7-15 members, managed organization budget of $4000, and planned 1 overnight retreat for 20 members  Discussed issues of diversity and inclusion with college administration to connect administration with student concerns and experience Resource Advocate Volunteer, City of Hope, Duarte, CA Sept. 2013-April 2014  Conversed with 20-30 cancer patients and caregivers per shift to evaluate need for non-medical support and refer to appropriate resources  Provided navigational assistance to patients and caregivers Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2016  Bachelor of Arts: Science, Technology, and Society  Thesis: “’It's Not a Real Disorder’: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Paradigms of Childhood Harm” Awards and Achievements: Science, Technology, and Society Department Prize 2016 (Department Award); Juliet King Esterly ’34 Scholarship (Merit Award); Aseneth Louise Willits ’60 Memorial Scholarship (Merit Award); Dean’s List consecutive semesters Fall 2013-Fall 2015; Student Employee of the Year Finalist 2014-15 


HOME GRACE P

INDUSTRY: Arts/Design EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont CA. BA Studio Art (Honors) Thesis: “Dissociative Anonymity: Performative Photography and the Use of Uncanny Disguise” Award: Art Department Innovation Award for outstanding thesis project Burren College of Art, Study Abroad, Ballyvaughan, Ireland EXPERIENCE Video Production Intern, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). New York, NY. · Supervisor: Eva Kozanecka, Digital Media: Video Department · Assisted in production of new YouTube series and Artist Profiles · Provided administrative support: scheduling, emails, creative deck creation, etc. · Produced live-streams of MoMA lectures, announcements, events through MoMA YouTube channel · Edited and generated original video content (timelapse, clips) for social media platforms Digital Content Intern, Everyone is Gay. New York, NY. · Director: Kristin Russo · Created original digital content for social media platforms (Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr) · Reorganized and refreshed written content on Wordpress website and YouTube Channel · Researched and contacted new writers for Wordpress advice content · Created original written content for organization’s monthly newsletter · Produced weekly GIFs in Photoshop as promotional material Facebook Live streams IIT Intern, Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia, PA. · Supervisor: Ariel Schwartz, Information and Interpretive Technologies Department · Assisted with projects related to digital interpretation of in-gallery installations · Launched and user-tested new wayfinding app · Performed video editing and production for special exhibitions · Created still photographs of existing interpretation devices; wrote narrative text for relaunch of the permanent collection. Multimedia Intern, Project Basho and ONWARD Photo. Philadelphia, PA. · Director: Tsuyoshi Ito · Assisted with creation of the ONWARD Photo photography seminar class for Japanese students · Helped manage audio and video aspects of course material recordings · Set up live broadcasts of portfolio review for students of the international course. Editorial Intern, SG Scripts. Cambridge, MA. · Owner: Sandy Goldberg · Transcribed interviews, edited scripts and MP3 tracks for multimedia guides for: Michael C. Carlos Museum permanent collection Boston Museum of Fine Art The Van Gogh Museum DESIGN WORK Lead Designer, You Must Not Know: Scripps Senior Art Exhibition - Drafted and created exhibition material including announcement cards and posters - Handled production, financing, and printing of all materials MEDIA LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER Art Director, Invisible Literary Magazine, Scripps College - Manage submissions from artists, curate and select contributions for publication DJ, KSPC Radio, Scripps College - Plan, organize, and host weekly two-hour radio program

May 2016

Jan-Apr 2015

Sept-Dec 2016

Sept-Dec 2016

Jun-Aug 2015

Jun-Aug 2014

Jul 2014

Spring 2016

2012-2016 2012-2016

SKILLS · Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Premiere, InDesign, Audition, GIF creation, digital illustration) and Pro Tools · Google Drive (Google Doc, Sheets, Slides), Gmail, Google Calendar · Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook) · TMS (The Museum System) · Social Media Platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Wordpress, Tumblr, YouTube, etc. and Live Streaming features on YouTube and Facebook · Experience with studio photography/lighting, audio and video editing, film scanning


HOME CAROLINE T

INDUSTRY: Arts/Design

-------------------------------------------------------------------------Education:

Scripps College GPA: 3.6 | GPA in Major: 3.9 Honors Studio Art | Concentration: Photography [ Graduation: December 2016 Thesis | Performing the Uncanny: An Exploration of Self Through Alternate Process Photography | 2015-2016

Visual Art Experience: Artist Books Published Scripps College Press [ Fall 2016 Worked in Scripps College Press, created two multiple edition artist books, books are now in special collections in university libraries across the country

Various class exhibitions | Fall 2014, Spring 2016, Fall 2016 Installation cut paper sculpture, ceramics, and digital art

Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery exhibition of thesis project | Spring 2016 Juried gallery exhibition of alternative process photography from senior project

Editor-in-chief of [In]visible Magazine | 2015-2016 Ran a feminist art and literary magazine for three semesters: ran meetings, planned events, managed staff.

Lead Design Editor of [In]visible Magazine | 2014-2015 Headed layout design staff on feminist art and literary magazine after being a staff designer and artist for a year

Photographer and graphic design intern for Project Cordillera | Summer 2014 Created a welcome book for travelers using the socially responsible tourism company based in Huaraz, Peru. Took photos of local community and hiking trails to promote Project Cordillera

Teaching Experience: Taught Third Semester Spanish discussion class at Scripps | Spring 2015 Taught Spanish to fourth graders at Chaparral Elementary | Fall 2014

Other Work Experience: Jewelry sales person at Meierotto Jewelers | Summer 2016 Worked with buying and selling jewelry with customers and vendors, wrote appraisals, helped organize events

Awards: Lucia Suffel Crafts award | Art Department Honors Award for thesis work Epsilon Zeta chapter of Sigma Delta Pi | National Spanish Honor Society

Skills: Professionally proficient in Adobe Creative Suite Advanced photographic work | Digital and B&W dark room Spanish | Professionally proficient reading, writing and speaking French | Intermediate reading, beginner speaking and writing Print and book making Plaster and clay sculptural work


HOME MEGAN T INDUSTRY: Arts/Design

EDUCATION Scripps College ; Claremont, California Bachelor of Arts in English with Minor in Art, Expected Graduation May 2017 • GPA : 3.9 • Honors & Awards : Dean’s List, Harold Graham Memorial Scholarship in Art Study Abroad, Studio Art Centers International ; Florence, Italy Fall Semester 2015 (September-December)

EXPERIENCE Gallery Assistant Intern at FARAGO • • • • •

Preparation of labels, artists’ exhibition cards, price listings, and signage Dismantling, packing, and shipping exhibition pieces Upkeep and organization of artist files Assistance 
for 
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Usher at Edwards Valencia Stadium 12 • • • • •

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September 2013 - Present

Answer telephone and in-person inquiries, referring patrons to librarians for further assistance when necessary Catalogue and sort books and other print materials according to procedure, return them to designated storage areas Organize and maintain periodicals and reference materials Maintain and troubleshoot problems with library equipment Enter and update patrons' records on computers

Freelance Photographer • • •

June 2014 - August 2014

Greet patrons and direct them to proper theatres Assist patrons with locating theatres, restrooms, concession stands, and exits Maintain cleanliness of individual theatres and common areas Monitor and replenish supply of products in condiment areas Check security of theatres and assure adherence to safety rules

Special Collections Assistant at Ella Strong Denison Library •

May 2015 – August 2015

September 2012 - Present

Process photos, edit, and retouch images using Adobe Photo programs Manage logistics of planning and scouting for shoot locations Technically proficient in camera equipment, film, lenses, filters, and lighting

SKILLS & INTERESTS • •

Mac, PC, Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook), Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Social Media Platforms, Wordpress, Printmaking in a wet darkroom Swimming, Creative Writing, Analogue Photography, Early Modern English Theatre, Post-War American Poetry, Makeup Artistry, Bookmaking


HOME MAXINE T

INDUSTRY: Arts/Design

Education Scripps College Fine Arts Major [drawing + painting]

Claremont, CA 2013 – 2017

Experiences Laguna Art Museum Laguna Beach, CA Educational Intern 2016 (July- August) • Project preparation, art teaching assistance and demonstration for art camps Elements of Art and Foundations of Illustration (ages 9-12) Freelance Art Instructor • • •

Taipei, Taiwan 2016- 2017 Fundamental drawing and painting classes: fostered creativity, artistic expression, and courage to experiment with a myriad of mediums (ages 3-15) Taught modern calligraphy class at Florida Bakery to cookie and cake chiefs Provided step-by-step art instruction to scenic painting as paint night instructor

Claremont, CA Scripps College Student Store Marketing Manager 2015- Present • Promote merchandise through in-store decorations, posters, community events and social media • Two-years cashier experience prior Taipei, Taiwan Taipei American School Art Garden Intern 2015 (Jun-July) • Responsible for maintenance and growth of rooftop garden six days/week, 10-hrs/day • Daily tasks included: watering, uprooting, repotting, trimming, cleaning, planting, and creating art • Weekly photo documentation and blog updates of garden growth Taipei, Taiwan Huilin Home Support Center 惠琳全人成長中心 English Summer Camp Counselor 2016 (May) • Envisioned, planned, and executed an English immersion summer camp for underprivileged children in Taipei city • Activities include: art, sports, music, cooking, and cultural studies Taipei, Taiwan Taipei Visually Impaired Municipal School English Teacher 2008-2012 • Five-year commitment every Friday to provide one-on-one English lessons at Taipei’s Visually Impaired Municipal School. • Fostered close friendships and mentorship relationships with students. Art Awards & Publications • Susan Lautmann Hertel ’52 Memorial Art Scholarship • 2016, “Now Trending” Palos Verdes Art Center’s Biennial Alpay Scholarship Exhibition • 2016 California State Fine Art Exhibition, 2016 • The Scripps College Journal, 2016 • Motley Coffeehouse exhibition, 2016 Skills • Bilingual – Chinese and English (fluent); Korean (conversational) • Adobe Photoshop


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INDUSTRY: Arts/Design

Scripps College, Claremont, California Expected May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies, Minor in Spanish, Cumulative GPA: 3.78/4.0 Dean’s List (4 Semesters) Relevant Coursework: Photography, Production, Liberal Arts Sequence, Computer Science, Design, UX/UI Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain, CIEE New Media, Communication, and Journalism Program

Spring 2016

EXPERIENCE Language Consultant, Modern Language Resource Center, Scripps College Current • Tutor Scripps College students in every level of Spanish language class, including both grammar and essay writing techniques. Senior Media Studies Thesis, Scripps College Fall 2016 • Coded, designed, and produced the content (writing/interactive photographic gallery) for a live website (irvseniorproject.website) supplemented with an accompanying research paper Operations Intern, Health Evolution Summit Summer 2016 • Acted as the EA to the CEO, assisted with scheduling, running meetings, and answering calls • Completed Excel-based research projects surrounding potential summit attendees, and performed various database organizational projects Community Manager/Writer/Photographer, OffMetro San Francisco Summer 2015 • Managed website and various social media accounts for online green travel resource with over 700 followers • Wrote articles and photographed various events as a representative of OffMetroSF Server/Waitress, Glaze Teriyaki, San Francisco, California • Responsible for serving food, taking orders, opening and closing a popular San Francisco restaurant

2015/16

Marketing Co-Chair, Nourish International, Claremont Chapter Spring 2014/Fall 2015 • Lead advertising campaigns for various fundraising events over social media and print platforms • Helped raise over $7,000 and send five students to Cameroon to complete a well-building project as well as a lead a seminar in HIV/AIDs and sexual health Co-President, National Charity League Marin Chapter, San Francisco, California 2013 • Active member of the National Charity League for over five years • Elected to be one of the Co-Presidents of the class in 2013 • Ran meetings, organized events, and reached out and built relationships with various charity organizations Capstone Internship, The Branson School; Ross, California Spring 2013 • Designed and executed month long project in which I worked with professional photographers, such as Bill Owens and Michael Zagaris • Gained experience regarding different aspects of the professional art and publishing world through interviews and shadowing • Started my own blog, as well as crafted and printed an in depth photo essay outlining experiences

SKILLS Advanced Spanish (speaking, writing, reading, comprehension) (includes processing film)/ Advanced Digital photography editing in Photoshop Advanced in Illustrator, InDesign, Prelude, Premiere Pro, and Aperture, Photoshop, Adobe Bridge Experienced in, Python, VPython, HTML, CSS, and Javascript Proficient in Microsoft Suite/Social Media Platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Wordpress)

Darkroom Printing


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INDUSTRY: Arts/Design Profile Graduating senior studying neuroscience with a secondary concentration in art and spatial design. Completed a thesis in the fall of 2016 on cytoarchitectonics and the evolution of morphological eye design, which is in preparation for publishing in 2017. Seeking a position post-graduation in the field of architecture or design to employ a unique combination of analytic, computational, creative, and interpersonal skills before earning an M.A. in architecture. Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 • B.A. in Behavioral Neuroscience accompanied by a minor in Art, Cumulative GPA: 3.5 • Thesis: An Optical Morphospace: The Evolutionary Constrains of Sensitivity and Acuity of Eyes • Dean’s List Fall 2017 University Arts London: Chelsea College, Chelsea, England Spring 2016 • Competitive abroad program in Interior and Spatial Design Collegiate course work: Calculus, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Molecular Neurobiology, Computer Science, Statistics, European Art History, Painting, Combined Media Art, Architectural History, Digital Framing Theory Concord Academy, Concord, MA May 2013 Work Experience Kenneth Boroson Architects, LLC, Administrative/ Design Intern Summer 2015 • Assisted with administrative responsibilities, complied architectural research, produced and implemented a standard operating procedure for various production and administrative duties, and completed a Microdesk certification in Revit programing Harvard Graduate School of Design: Career Discovery Internship Program Summer 2015 • Accepted into a seven-week architecture and spatial design internship program to study hand drafting, modeling, diagraming, and installation under qualified Harvard professor and graduates Laspa Center for Leadership, Scholar in Action Fall 2017-Present • Selected by co-directors of the Laspa Center to assist students in assuming positions of leadership at the highest levels of achievement. Responsible for developing, moderating, and facilitating programming within the community to develop and support future generations of women leaders The Vanguard Magazine, Staff Writer 2014- 2017 • Utilized strong written and verbal skills to publish weekly articles in an intercollegiate online entrepreneurial publication about technology and innovation The Student Life Magazine, Lifestyle/ Sports Writer 2014- 2017 • Wrote and edited for the oldest running campus newspaper Southern California • Frequently employed interpersonal skills while conducting interviews of staff members, coaches, and students Classic Liquors, Part-Owner/ Financial Administrator 2011-Present • Owner of 21% of five 10,000 sq. foot big box liquor stores • Assists with marketing, social media, office administration and sales Accomplishments Laspa Center for Leadership, We Act Grant Committee Member Fall 2016 • Selected by board of directors to be a Scholar in Action, responsible for awarding annual grants to current students University Arts London, Nominated Study Abroad Ambassador May 2016 William Morris Gallery, London, England Featured Artist March 2016 Scripps College New Dorm Design Committee, Student Chair September 2015 Concord Academy, Alumnae Steering Committee 2012-2013 • Selected by the Headmaster to serve on a committee which interacts with the Board of Trustees Cow House Studios, Student Resident June-July 2012 • Selected as one of twelve international students to study under a Fulbright Scholar in County Wexford, Ireland Skills • • •

3+ years of experience within the office environment Proficient in Spanish (oral and written) Proficient in Python and R programming language

3D: Autodesk: Revit, AutoCAD 2D: Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook Adobe: Illustrator, Photoshop


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DIVA G

INDUSTRY: Arts/Design

Scripps College  B.A. in Digital Media Studies (GPA: 3.6/4.0; Thesis with Honors) Horace Mann High School  Academic honors in Psychology and History

Claremont, CA 2013-2017 New York, NY 2009-2013

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Logic & Grace – a 5-person digital communications consultancy, specializing in brand strategy New York, NY Freelance Content Strategist September 2016 – November 2016  Designed social media content to align with overarching brand strategy − Managed a weekly content calendar for 5 client’s social media channels (blog, IG, FB, Twitter, Pinterest) − Tracked performance with social media analytics tools and consolidated findings into weekly client reports  Expanded e-commerce platforms through content adjustments, SEO, backend optimization June 2016 – August 2016 Summer Intern  Planned, sketched and successfully launched 3 e-commerce sites, with a focus on design cohesion across channels − Researched client business models and benchmarked performance against data on industry best practices − Interviewed clients to understand how unique values could be integrated into their brand identity  Created brand identity pitches for potential new clients through competitive analysis (successfully sourced 2 clients) ZADY - an 8-person e-commerce marketplace dedicated to sustainable fashion New York, NY Summer Intern July 2015 – August 2015  Sourced, vetted and selected promoted external brands on the Zady e-commerce marketplace − Registered 3 new brands to the Zady website each week by crafting compelling brand stories, enticing product descriptions and pairing selected brands with product content − Utilized Zady’s proprietary content management system to manage brand content  Managed all social media channels (Instagram and Facebook) to promote Zady’s business objectives − Designed a unique social media strategy centered on customer experience and brand education − Spearheaded an independent data mining project to analyze customer demographics and inform marketing  Hypothesized emerging market trends as an assistant to the lead buyer to inform product selection for 2016 S/S − Attended trade shows as an understudy to learn the mechanics and risks of product selection  Independently authored a research guide to promote Zady’s mission for a new standard in sustainable fashion − Detailed environmental and social costs of production and distribution in the “fast fashion” industry − Distributed the guide to college organizations and professors; one of whom included it in her course content Teachers College, Columbia University – Global Mental Health Lab New York, NY Psychology Research Intern for Dr. Helen Verdeli May 2015 – June 2015  Researched existing literature and manuals for the treatment of interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) in veterans − Prioritized select in-scope techniques for a global IPT manual sponsored by the World Health Organization

LEADERSHIP & VOLUNTEERING Scripps Voice Claremont, CA Fashion Columnist (previously Staff Writer) September 2014 – 2016  Wrote a bi-weekly column in the Scripps student paper that addresses sustainable fashion habits on campus Alok Memorial Nursery School Jaipur, India Program Consultant and Board Member August 2012 – Present  Transformed a tutoring program into a registered, for-profit nursery school with 13 teachers and 120+ students

SKILLS & INTERESTS Skills: Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Photoshop CS6, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe AfterEffects (Beginner), Python (Beginner), Ruby (Beginner), Sketch, Squarespace, Google Analytics, Facebook Analytics, Instagram Analytics, Twitter Analytics Languages: Intermediate Italian; Interests: E-commerce, Branding, Sustainable Design, Boxing, Travel


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Work Experience Marketing and Development Coordinator Acterra, Palo Alto, CA August 2016 – Present • Redesigned and implemented an organizational marketing and outreach plan, managing all social media engagement, curation of the member newsletter with a distribution of over 3,000 readers, and additional promotion through Facebook advertising, local publications, and news sites. • Develop events for community members, managing registration and on-site logistics, co-developing programming, and conducting donor outreach. Member of the Board of Directors The Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation, Studio City, CA 2013 – 2016 • Serving fourth annual term for $5.5 million asset base foundation with $600k+ annual budget. • Guided youth ages 8-21 through professional development and grants process as Senior Board Advisor, managing an $8,000 annual grants cycle (2013). Program Manager Youth Philanthropy Connect, Studio City, CA August 2014 – January 2015 • Served in fixed-term contract position to support organizational restructuring and training of new hires. • Facilitated the development and management of three large-scale partnership grants totaling over $90,000. • Created the Intern program, managing four new interns and handling all tools for internal communications and data tracking, including an intern guide, timesheet trackers, and social media performance. Program Assistant Youth Philanthropy Connect, Studio City, CA 2012 – 2014 • Planned and executed annual conference events, co-producing content, managing event logistics, creating marketing collateral, and conducting media outreach, increasing attendance by 180% over three years. • Promoted corporate sponsorships and strategic foundation partnerships, projects, and events through marketing and PR plans, monthly newsletters, web development, and social media. Intern The National Center for Family Philanthropy, Washington D.C. June 2011 – August 2011 • Researched models of next gen philanthropy through distributed SurveyMonkey and case study research. • Co-authored a white paper on the development of next gen boards, entitled “Igniting the Spark: Creating Effective Next Gen Boards” for publication with 14k+ direct readers and 100k+ online access users.

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Design: Adobe Creative Suite Graphic Design and Publishing (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) Technical: CRM Softwares (Salesforce.com, Constant Contact), Web Management (Wordpress, Squarespace); Google Analytics, Social Media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube), Microsoft Office and Google Suites

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts | GPA: 3.8, cum laude | Dean’s List Double Major, Media Studies (Scripps College) & Theatre (Pomona College)

2012 - 2016

University of Edinburgh, Business School, Edinburgh, U.K. Certificate in Arts Administration | GPA: 3.3

Board Service and Leadership Roles Secretary, Board of Directors, Change the World Productions, 2016 Board of Directors, No Limits Theater Group, 2015 Grant Writer, The Children’s Nature Institute, 2013 Committee Member, Next Generation Advisory Board, Exponent Philanthropy, 2011-2013 Collegiate Involvement in the Arts, Scripps College and Pomona College, 2012-2016: The Curtain Raisers Summer Theatre and Dance Scholarship Recipient, 2015; Play Selection Committee Member, Student Play Festival

2015


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LAUREN C

INDUSTRY: Arts/Design

Education Scripps College: Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Digital/Electronic Media Studies, Minor in Theatre, costume design emphasis GPA: 3.6 Senior Thesis: Film- “The Final Girl Grown Up: Representations of Women in Horror 1978-2016”

May 2017

Queen Mary University of London: London, England Program: Institute for Study Abroad- Butler Relevant Coursework: Interactive Media Design, Basic Period Costuming, British Horror Cinema

Fall 2015

Experience Legendary Digital Networks- Nerdist, Burbank, CA- Social Media Intern

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Wrote social copy and scheduled article shares on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr Updated Pinterest and Tumblr blog pages frequently Created social graphics from video content and for events (San Diego Comic Con) Shared live events on social media, including a June Livestream fundraiser, raising over $76,000 for MDA

The Odyssey Online- Social Media Director/Writer

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June-August 2016

January-October 2016

Contributed one short article a week to the Odyssey website Scheduled article sharing on social media and encourage social media use of the Scripps College writers team (11 people) Highlighted trending articles and boost views of newer articles through social media, focusing on viral articles to submit to main Odyssey Facebook page

Fall 2015 Institute for Study Abroad Butler, London, England- Community and Culture One of 60 student applicants to complete certificate based program emphasizing global awareness and diversity  Participated in planned trips to critically analyze and discuss culture while navigating multicultural environments  Managed additional courseload for course, including readings, critical responses to discussions and trips, and final vieo presentation summarizing the ideas of home and familiarity in different cultures.  Gained sensitivity towards difference and adaptability to new circumstances, as well as global perspective

Denison Library, Claremont CA- Student Library Assistant

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Supervise desk and provide customer service to library patrons Manage archival computer systems to organize and store special documents Plan and organize 6-10 annual library events for faculty and student groups of 20-50 Design, manage, and advertise large special exhibits of rare book collections for academic and general audiences using physical materials and digital/social media

Scripps Live Arts, Claremont CA- Social Media Manager

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August 2013 – Present

2013 – Present

Communicate to local bands and artists through relevant social media and Email Coordinate small-scale concerts across five college campuses, with audiences ranging 20-100 people Advertise for concerts and events through social media, manage Facebook page throughout the year Manage technical sound and lighting design for events Collaborate with other school departments music organizations on events and technical design Plan and execute 2-4 annual creative workshops for student body centered around local Los Angeles women’s music scene

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Proficient Spanish- 5 years Proficient in Microsoft Office, basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Prelude, Premiere, Flash Proficient use of social media and blogging outlets, ie. Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Instagram, Wordpress


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INDUSTRY: Arts/Design

EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts, Media Studies May 2017 SCRIPPS COLLEGE, Claremont, CA • Researched and analyzed gender roles in fairy tales and new media, cumulating in an interactive senior thesis project and paper titled “Women in Fairy Tales: The Pursuit of a Modern-Day Heroine” • Coursework in media history and theory, digital art, and design

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Marketing Intern May 2016 – August 2016 SKYPORT SYSTEMS, Mountain View, CA • Managed sales enablement project outlining collateral names for entire sales funnel • Coordinated targeted B2B social media program specifically designed to reach target market • Assisted creating nurture track campaigns for two solution-specific product use cases • Consolidated product-related content for customer outreach • Promoted webinar series by creating visual assets and managing email, web, and social media campaigns • Organized and produced internal go-to-market newsletter Marketing Intern June 2015 – August 2015 SKYPORT SYSTEMS, Mountain View, CA • Moderated and promoted webinar series through social media and email campaigns • Designed and orchestrated display ad campaigns • Collaborated with third-party vendors • Implemented and oversaw promotional events and appearances at trade shows and conferences

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Relay for Life Team Member AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, Redwood City and Claremont, CA • Raised money for cancer research by relaying and running team booths Marketing Intern PIED PIPER PLAYERS, San Mateo, CA • Painted and decorated set pieces • Designed and created costumes

SKILLS • • • • •

Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign MailChimp, HubSpot, Marketo SurveyMonkey Google AdWords

2010 – 2016

2010 – 2013


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INDUSTRY: Arts/Design

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA

May 2017

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art History Current GPA: 3.67 Senior thesis: exploring the display of contemporary art within white cube gallery spaces specifically MOMA, Dia: Beacon and the New Museum. Course work includes modern European, medieval European, Japanese prints, arts in China, art since 1989, Native American art, modern architecture and sustainability, courses in computer science and art conservation. University College London

Spring, 2016

Study abroad semester at the University College London in London, England studying art history. Course work included questions of feminism in contemporary art, Renaissance sculpture, and art in early modern Europe.

Professional Experience Wilson Intern, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College

Fall, 2016 - Present

Work includes organizing and cataloguing the permanent collection, helping prepare for upcoming exhibitions, planning an exhibition in the spring and presenting to a board of collectors desired additions to the collection. This year’s work will be culminated into a report written in the spring. Archives Intern, Brooklyn Academy of Art

Summer, 2016

Worked with BAM historical material, cataloguing significant pieces in Collective Access. Experience reading BAM’s Retention Guide, using archival language to distinguish the significance of material to determine what to discard. Teaching Artist Apprentice, Main Line Art Center

Summer, 2014

Worked as Teaching Artist Apprentice at Main Line Art Center in Haverford, Pennsylvania. Observed and facilitated artistic lesson plans for elementary aged school children ages 6-12. Intern at the City of Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program

Spring, 2013

Helped with office work, worked in archives for exhibit displayed at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and painted mural with participants of the restorative justice program.

Leadership Skills Peer Mentor, Scripps College President, Scripps College Art Collective

Skills Technical: Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Collective Access Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Language: Conversational Spanish, Introductory French

2014-2015 2015-2017


HOME ELIZA L INDUSTRY: Arts/Design OBJECTIVE: To contribute to a cutting-edge research program while gaining exposure and experience for a future career in scientific research

EDUCATION Scripps College

Claremont, CA

Major: Biochemistry Thesis: Engineering Taq polymerases for the reverse transcription of 2’ modified DNA

DIS Copenhagen

May 2017

Copenhagen, Denmark

Study Abroad: Biomedicine

Fall 2016

Relevant Coursework: Accelerated Introduction to Chemistry, Introduction to Biology, Introduction to Organic Chemistry, Introduction to Physics, Genetics, Medical Biotechnology & Drug Development, Epigenetics, Independent Study: DNA Polymerase Engineering, Advanced Laboratory, Principles of Quantum Physical Chemistry, Principles of Thermodynamics, Physical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Introduction to Computer Science, Molecular Biology*, Cellular Biology* (*indicates anticipated completion prior to graduation)

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Research Assistant

Claremont, CA

W.M. Keck Science Department / Advisor: Aaron M. Leconte January 2016 - present • Initiated and completed project to evaluate rationally-designed mutant DNA polymerases for reverse transcription of 2’ modified DNA. • Cloned 15+ mutants using Phusion site-directed mutagenesis. • Expressed and purified 15+ mutant polymerases. • Evaluated 15+ mutant polymerases for their ability to reverse transcribe 2’OMe modified DNA relative to control enzymes. • Discovered 4 rationally designed mutant DNA polymerases with improved reverse transcription activity.

SKILLS Biochemical techniques: Phusion site-directed mutagenesis (includes primer design, PCR, DNA purification and ligation, plasmid purification, DNA sequencing analysis), protein expression and purification (includes bacterial cell culture, lysis, nickel column chromatography, SDS-PAGE, Bradford assay), enzyme assays (includes optimization and execution of enzymatic assays, DNA sequencing gel electrophoresis, LiCor gel imaging). Chemical techniques: UV-Vis, GCMS, TLC, titration, FTIR, HPLC

PUBLICATIONS S.L. Rosenblum, A.G. Weiden, A.L. Ogonowsky, E.L. Lewis, H.E. Chia, S.E. Barrett, A.M. Leconte. Characterization and rational design of Taq DNA polymerases capable of 2’ modified synthesis. Manuscript in preparation.

PRESENTATIONS Keck Science Research Symposium Engineering Taq Polymerases for the Reverse Transcription of 2’ Modified DNA

253rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society Engineering Taq Polymerases for the Reverse Transcription of 2’ Modified DNA

Claremont, CA September 2016

San Francisco, CA April 2017

OTHER EXPERIENCES Motley Coffeehouse / Barista Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery / Wilson Arts Administration Intern

January 2015 - present Summer 2014


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Education Scripps College – Claremont, CA Est. Graduation: May 2017

BA in English Cumulative GPA: 3.76 Academic Interests: Relationship Management, Music, Fashion, Creative Writing, Creative Direction & Strategy, Africana Studies, and Education Reform

Experience

Hearst Magazines: Cosmopolitan & Seventeen / Beauty Intern Summer 2016 •

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Windows Mac Microsoft Office Writing Editing WordPress Presentation Design Social Media Adobe Creative Suite

Conducted market research, transcribed interviews, and compiled both products and press for upcoming stories Selected among three other interns to assist on Photoshoots with high profile clients such as Luka Sabbat Maintained client relationships between Cosmo, Seventeen and their many PR contacts by serving as the main point of contact for both magazines Developed and formally presented a brand expansion strategy Organized, catalogued, and maintained a high volume beauty closet

Hearst Magazines: Good Housekeeping / Marketing & Sales Intern Summer 2015 •

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Managed relationships by communicating with Good Housekeeping readers, consumers and company contacts daily Handled all consumer complaints for Seal-backed products Supported the Institute’s Beauty/ Engineering Labs with in-house product testing Worked closely with the Sales Team for client meeting preparation Was specifically chosen to research and compile data for the 2015 Primary and Green Good Housekeeping Seal Survey

Institutional Advancement / Student Fundraiser for Scripps College Fall 2014-Present •

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Corresponds and updates current Scripps families and alumnae regularly on academic/ social events at Scripps College, while encouraging a wide variety of alumnae economic support Has personally raised over $30,000 during this fiscal year to-date, Recognized as Caller of the Month: November 2014, February 2014, April 2014, February 2015, March 2015, February 2016, and October 2016 Received awards for Highest Dollar Amount Raised & Highest Number of Donors for the 2016-2017 fiscal year to-date

826 Boston / Programming Intern Summer 2014 •

Worked closely with programming staff on organizing both tutoring and inschool projects Facilitated writing workshops, mentored teen staff members, and led events and initiatives


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INDUSTRY: Arts/Design EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont CA

Expected May 2017

Major in Interdisciplinary Studies in Culture, Minor in Italian • Cumulative GPA — 3.92 • Dean’s List 2013–2015

Brown University, Bologna, Italy — Semester Abroad, Jan-June 2016 WORK EXPERIENCE Facilitation Intern, StoryCenter, Berkeley CA

June-Aug 2016 • Taught the elements of filmmaking: use of image, editing, language/prose, sound & music, and personal voice. • Facilitated Digital Storytelling Workshops: Assisted participants with personal narrative script writing and video editing. Provided general hands-on technical and emotional support.

Project Manager, Undergraduate Virtual Reality Project, Scripps College, Claremont CA

Sept-Dec 2016 • Managed a team of 8 undergraduates, facilitating communication skills and creating efficiency. • Utilized online organizational platforms Asana, Slack, and Google Docs to outline tasks, progress, & team updates. • Developed research about new digital tools for presenting academic work.

Lead Instructor in Digital Music Production, Galileo Learning, Lafayette CA

June-July 2015 • Implemented curriculum for Arts and Sciences camp for middle school age. Created classroom community culture. • Refined skills for effective communication with staff, parents, and kids.

Assist. Summer Program Director, Brushstrokes Pottery Inc., Berkeley CA

June-Aug 2014 • Designed and developed curriculum for Summer arts program for ages 3-5. • Facilitated arts curriculum, kept campers engaged, multitasked. Was primary contact for parents during the week, learned to communicate effectively.

AWARDS & GRANTS

Ament Scholars Award Recipient, Scripps College

Academic Year 2015

• Selected by Humanities faculty as rising senior excelling in Humanities research

Mellon Undergraduate Research in the Humanities & Social Sciences Grant Recipient, Scripps College

June-Aug 2016 Developed research and inquiry skills through the process of interviews, field notes, and observations through Internship at • StoryCenter. • Explored the artistic processes through which individuals articulate, share, and re-define their own narratives; and the benefits of this media creation for participating communities.

SKILLS Languages: Conversational fluency in Italian Computer Skills: Premiere Pro • WeVideo • Digital Performer • Garageband • Mac and PC proficient Leadership: Collective Songwriting Workshop facilitation • Radio DJ at KSPC Claremont 88.7fm• Musical media campaign in support of Black Lives Matter. — References available upon request —


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INDUSTRY: Arts/Design

Education Scripps College | Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Art History & Minor in Media Studies

May 2017

Experience Nancy Glanville Music Library, Library Assistant | Scripps College, Claremont, CA  Organize and checkout library collections of music score holdings, texts, LPs and CDs  Assist library patrons and the music department by taking phone calls and running errands  Stage manage and usher student and faculty recitals

Sept 2013 – Present

FASO, Business Administrator & Social Media Associate | Los Angeles, CA Nov 2009 – Present  Structure database of donors on DonorPerfect  Write and produce content for Filipino American Symphony Orchestra’s Twitter and Facebook pages as admin  Assist the flow of rehearsals and of community outreach and fundraising performances  Performed as a soloist and choir member for past concerts  Notated woodwind parts for FASO is Bach to Rock! (2012) Mellon Undergraduate Research Fellow  Commissioned and produced composer Dr. Koji Nakano's new musical work Imagined Sceneries  Curated exhibition "The Tale of Genji": Reimagined in Scripps College’s Clark Humanities Museum  Promoted Imagined Sceneries’ premiere and its Festival of Noh Theater on print and web

Feb 2016 – Sept 2016

Levitt Pavilions, Social Media & Communications Intern | Los Angeles, CA  Wrote and published 40 artist bios on the Levitt AMP website  Tracked media coverage of Levitt concerts  Conducted grant promotion research for the Levitt AMP program  Promoted Levitt artists on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest  Authored and published 3 articles on Levitt Pavilion’s website

Jun 2015 – Aug 2015

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus Living History Intern | Pasadena, CA  Led archival project that provided content for a catalog celebrating the chorus's 30th anniversary  Maintained chorus Facebook and Twitter pages and organized music library and folders for 400 choristers  Engaged in weekly meetings of both the administrative and artistic staff  Planned and facilitated the chorus’s annual audition, alumni reunion, and gala

Jun 2014 – Aug 2014

Awards & Honors       

Scripps Public Events & Community Programs Co-sponsorship Grant (2016) Hearst Foundation Senior Thesis Research Grant (2016) Pattison, McDowell, & Pruessing Memorial Music Scholarship (2016) Jane O’Donnell Music Scholarship (2015) Jaqua-Hardin Memorial Music Scholarship (2014) Circle K International Phoenix of the Month (2014) Scripps College Dean’s List (Spring 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2016)

Skills  Proficiency in Mac and Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Corel Painter, NationBuilder, Hootsuite, Buffer, Google News Alerts, DonorPerfect, Adobe Dreamweaver, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WordPress, Scalar, Omeka, Tumblr, Google+, Pinterest, and YouTube  Programming experience in Python  Language proficiency in French, Tagalog, and Latin  Proficiency in transcription for singing from Russian, French, Italian, Latin, Pāli, Mandarin, Spanish, Catalan, Tagalog, Visayan, German, Japanese, and Greek


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INDUSTRY: Arts/Design EDUCATION

Scripps College [Expected graduation: May 2017] Bachelor of Arts: Media Studies Major (Critical Studies focus) Enrolled with Merit Founders’ Scholarship Queen Mary University of London [2016] - Film, English and Drama Raffles Junior College [Singapore]

KEY SKILLS

Office: Answer/roll calls, Scheduling, Reception duties Language: Fluent in English and Mandarin Technical: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop, Mac OS, Windows, Microsoft Outlook, Novell

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CBS Films Acquisitions Intern [June 2016 - August 2016] Assist EVP of Acquisitions, cover phones and handle scheduling Screen and review film/script submissions to report to Director of Acquisitions Assist with upcoming festivals’ preparations, research potential acquisitions, grade and track submissions using Film Tracker database

Di Bonaventura Pictures Development Intern [June 2016 - August 2016] Primary phone duties, worked front reception Covered assistants’ desks, rolled calls, maintained office Actively researched and covered incoming scripts to pitch to assistants and creative executives Sourced daily for materials for potential development into projects

Mandeville Films Development Intern [September - December 2015] Covered assistants’ desks, rolled calls, maintained office, script coverage Researched and developed Director Spreadsheets for upcoming projects Sourced ideas for potential projects and pitching to executives

Endgame Entertainment Finance and Creative Development Intern [May-July 2015] Front desk reception, managed company’s emails, rolled calls for senior executives Reviewed international marketing strategies and financial models of upcoming projects, sat in on conference calls Analyzed past foreign sales, researched investment risks and profits to better allocate budgets for developing projects Attended informative luncheons with senior executives

Peer mentor/Sponsor in Asian American Sponsor Program [2014-2015] Organized workshops, events and weekly meet-ups

Contributing writer to The Student Life (TSL) [2015] Published articles in the weekly newspaper run by the Associated Students of Pomona College for the Claremont Colleges

Volunteer at West-End Animal Shelter [2014-present] Assisted in shelter’s smooth operations, advised potential adopters

Silver Award recipient at International creative writing competition Represented Singapore to achieve the Silver Award at 2012 international Commonwealth Essay Competition with piece A Day’s Journey


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INDUSTRY: Arts/Design Education: Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 B.A. in Classics, Senior Thesis: The Role of the Sicilian Expedition in the Decline of the Athenian Empire Dean’s Honor List: Fall 2013-14, Spring 2014-16 | Cumulative GPA: 3.75 Dikemes, College Year in Athens, Athens, Greece Fall 2015-Spring 2016 Experience: Ken Fulk Inc., San Francisco, CA May 2016-August 2016 Summer Intern • Assisted Head Designers and Assistant Designers with contacting suppliers, organizing Room Boards, event planning and preparation • Created a Style Guide to maintain consistent branding for the Harrison Apartment Building • Re-organized sample storage closets • Created an office map for Designers with AutoCAD May 2016 – August 2016 Eleanor Harwood Gallery, Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco, CA Summer Intern • Organized and updated website development throughout and after the transfer to a new platform • Maintained social media presence on Facebook and Twitter • Corresponded with clients and potential buyers on behalf of artists • Set up and deconstructed the gallery for various shows Scripps College Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault, Claremont, CA Fall 2013 – Present Co-Coordinator Present Co-Programming Team Lead Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 • Developed and executed an on-campus warm-line for survivors of sexual assault, Inter-Personal Violence (IPV), Domestic Violence (DV), and stalking • Lead and facilitated weekly meetings • Planned and helped instructed in 40 hour training for the new Advocates • Designed and implemented relevant workshops and events each year and collaborated with other groups on campus and college administrators on events like Take Back the Night, Know Your (Title) IX, How to Support a Survivor 101, and more Temporary Positions at Fitbit through Premier Staffing, San Francisco, CA Packaging Temp • Assembled gift boxes from Fitbit for their clients • Organized the distribution of beta devices for clients

June 2015

Fall 2014 – May 2015 New Student Program, Scripps College, Claremont, CA Team Leader • Mentored a group of incoming first years; oversaw and managed a group of mentors and their mentees • Participated in a 1.5 week long intensive training on IPV, DV, stalking, supporting students, helping students communicate with professors, establishing rapport with different administrative offices • Designed and executed 6 dorm-wide and campus-wide events • Met weekly with the Co-Coordinators to report on the mentors and mentees; planned and held monthly meetings with mentors; had weekly check-ins with mentors and mentees Skills: • Proficient in Photoshop, InDesign, SPSS, Microsoft Office, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram • Language: Spanish (10 years), Basic Modern Greek, Ancient Greek (2 years)


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HOME MARIE V

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Experience New Student Program Coordinator

January 2016 – Present

Scripps College | Claremont, California Directed and hosted 60+ academic and social events, maintained $24k budget with 40 person team Integrated new team structure and expectations based on surveys and interviews of past members Represented College during panels, receptions, and Trustee meetings Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault Coordinator

March 2015 - Present

Scripps College | Claremont, California Provided support and resources to students through programming, hotline, and empowerment groups Organized 40-hour intersectional, trauma-informed training for new members Created and branded educational and promotional resources for Title IX Office and Dean of Students Consulted and corresponded with Trustees on funding, accomplishments, and ambitions Orientation Activity Retreats Coordinator

May 2014 – September 2014

Scripps College | Claremont, California Planned and directed seven off-campus trips for 270 new and transfer students Compiled detailed itineraries and emergency action plans for staff Prepared budgets, vetted vendors, and maintained all aspects of each contract; upheld $12k budget Department of Genetics Research Assistant

May 2015 – September 2015

Washington University School of Medicine | Saint Louis, Missouri CRISPR clonal gene inactivation screens on 10k Zebrafish at three developmental stages Investigated compartmentalization, number of organ founding stem cells in caudal and anal fins Developed pipeline for project implementation and created survey to analyze sample application

Education Scripps College

Class of May 2017

Biology Major Thesis: Comparative analysis of progestin use and breast cancer diagnoses San Bernardino Valley College

May 2016 – May 2017

American Sign Language, Conversationally Fluent

Skills Professional Attentive to details, organized, solution-oriented Technical Advanced: Microsoft Suite, HTML, CSS, Java Programming, Formstack, Google Drive features Personal Professional demeanor, insightful, strong communicator


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ALISON C INDUSTRY: Consulting/Management EDUCATION

Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Economics • GPA 3.83 / 4.0, Dean’s List: 2013-2015 • Robert Day Scholar of Claremont McKenna College: Selected for a highly competitive 2.5 year program and scholarship focused on leadership, finance and organizational psychology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA • Summer Program: Studied Management and Psychology, GPA: 4.0

June – August 2014

WORK EXPERIENCE ProcessUnity Inc., Marketing Analyst Intern, Concord, MA June – August 2016 • Conducted competitive market research on governance, risk and compliance software industry to position products • Created inbound marketing material including articles and white papers • Assisted in developing software-as-a-service packaging and pricing schemes by collaborating with product teams RetailNext Inc., Business Data Analyst Intern, San Jose, CA September – December 2015 • Developed new staffing product with potential of generating $500K in sales by analyzing large data sets and drawing actionable insights on in-store consumer behavior • Used SQL and Microsoft Excel to analyze 4 million shopping trips to create reports and visualizations • Optimized processes and created structure for onboarding of new data analyst team in South Africa • Produced customer presentations and solutions for retailers by working cross-functionally and with customers GAO Capital, Summer Analyst, Singapore June – August 2015 • Evaluated investments for the hedge fund platform of a wealth management family office • Structured and carried out due diligence on direct lending fund; communicated directly with executives of funds • Collaborated with management of investees and authored business plans for startup incubator grants Vadaro, Summer Intern, Sunnyvale, CA & Singapore January – April 2013, June 2014 • Evaluated client contracts for company’s acquisition and created customer assignment letters • Generated ideas to integrate the management and product of an acquired company • Researched and analyzed the retail sector to bring video analytics offering to market

LEADERSHIP AND CURRENT PURSUITS President, Scripps College Student Investment Fund, Claremont, CA September 2013 – Present • Manage a portfolio valued at $300,000 with a performance of 3.2% in last two years • Analyze current assets, research and pitch stocks including Las Vegas Sands to optimize portfolio goals President, Scripps Entrepreneur Club (Innovate@Scripps), Claremont, CA September 2013 – Present • Part of pioneer group that established the entrepreneurship society for Scripps College • Organize networking and educational events and panel discussions for the Claremont college community President, Scripps College Economics Society, Claremont, CA September 2014 – Present • Coordinate and host events, such as a speaker series, to promote the Economics field Student Representative on Scripps College Board of Trustees, Claremont, CA September 2014 – May 2015 • Serve on Finance Committee and provide Trustees with student perspectives • Participate in discussions about the College’s financial operations including long-range budget projections

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION Bill and Melinda Gates Investments Stock Pitch Competition, Claremont, CA • Pitched Live Nation Entertainment to a panel of executive level alumni • Conducted comprehensive analysis of the company, including DCF valuation

November 2014

Intuit Idea Jam Case Competition – Second Place Team, Claremont, CA January 2014 • Devised and presented innovative solutions to management to improve Intuit’s accounting software impACT Case Competition at Claremont McKenna College – Finalist Team, Claremont, CA • Analyzed and solved business cases in social enterprise

November 2013

SKILLS: Fluent in Mandarin Chinese, Proficient in Python, Stata, Microsoft Excel, SQL and Salesforce


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NIA G

INDUSTRY: Consulting/Management

Education B.A. Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2016 • Economics major/Politics and International Relations minor • Honors thesis: Why Are We Still Listening to this Dead British Guy: An Analysis of Emergency Liquidity Assistance in Germany During the Sovereign Debt Crisis M.Sc. University of Glasgow, Adam Smith School of Business, Glasgow, Scotland Pending September 2017 • International Finance and Economic Policy

Experience Head Resident Advisor at Scripps College August 2015-May 2016 • Mentor all 19 new and returning Resident Advisors • Complete administrative tasks as assigned by the Area Coordinators • Provide support with planning and executing Resident Advisor training • Track and analyze programming requirements and budgets for all Resident Advisors • All responsibilities of a Resident Advisor Co- Treasurer at Scripps Associated Students May 2015-May 2016 • Elected by student body to represent student voices • Determines budget allocations for all student organizations • Processes all reimbursements for Scripps student organizations • Provides information to student body about other funding opportunities • Determines use of discretionary spending of student funds Aquatic Facility Coordinator at The Park District of Oak Park Summers 2014-2016 • Daily supervision of 5-16 lifeguards and up to 6 operations staff, total supervision of approximately 100 staff members • Attend to patron concerns and complaints • Oversee all facility and lifeguard trainings • Administrative duties, including daily completion and filing of paperwork and cash handling • Handle emergency situations, including maintenance emergencies Resident Advisor at Scripps College August 2013-May 2015  Meet and form connections with approximately 100 residents to ensure student safety  Plan and execute at least 6 events per semester to build community across 1,000 residential students  Educate residents and Scripps students on a variety of subjects including multiculturalism, alcohol awareness, mental wellness, and sexual assault  Handle any crisis situations that occur after hours and act as a liaison between students and professional staff  Budgeting responsibilities, including writing funding proposals  Mediating any conflicts between residents within the residence hall  Committee and administrative duties Grant and Fundraising Intern at Crossroads Social Entrepreneurship Academy January 2015-May 2015 • Facilitate Academy sessions teaching basic business skills to previously incarcerated women • Seek out new grant and fundraising possibilities • Contribute to writing grant proposals Intern at Davidoff Communications June 2014-July 2014 • Research and support on client projects including research on national trends • Generating social media content • Generating written marketing content Communications and Public Affairs Intern at Th!nkInc. Strategy June 2014-July 2014 • Developing and maintaining press and media contact lists • Updating media outreach information • Developing social media strategy • Generating written marketing content

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Microsoft Office Salesforce Social Media STATA Quikbooks


HOME SARAH B INDUSTRY: Consulting/Management EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA  

December 2016

Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations, Minor Hispanic Studies/Spanish 3.82 GPA

American University, Washington Semester Program, Washington, D.C. 

Fall 2015

Participated in the International Law and Organizations Seminar, focus in policy analysis and international relations

School for International Training, Human Rights and Social Movements, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

EXPERIENCE Independent Researcher, Scripps College, Claremont CA  

Fall 2016 – present

Thesis: Cutting Costs and Paying the Price: The Threat to Prisoners Health and Well-Being in Private Prisons Conduct research on prison food systems; investigating the effect of the private prison profit motive on the physical and mental health and well-being of prisoners

Agros International, Marketing and Communications Intern, Seattle, WA • • • 

Spring 2016

Semester Spanish intensive program and homestay with an emphasis in Argentinian politics, human rights and social movements

Summer 2016

Wrote weekly blog entries focused on international development and donor engagement Initiated and planed a fundraising project to bring awareness and raised $5,000 for the organization through a photo exhibition Assisted with water development and disease prevention projects to assist over 100+ families in six villages in Nicaragua Translated communication materials from Spanish to English or vice versa to assist in country staff

EMILY’s List, Marketing and Membership Services Intern, Washington, D.C.   

Crossroads Inc. Food Justice Meatless Monday Program, Intern, Claremont, CA 

Fall 2015

Aided in the marketing production process: drafting and editing written content; and reviewing samples Maintained database integrity in Raiser’s Edge by tracking and maintaining membership communications via telephone, email, and postal mail; sustained communication with a group of 50+ Friends of EMILY monthly donors and tracked donor requests Preformed candidate and policy research to assist staff with marketing material

Fall 2014 – May 2015

Worked with a group of 8 women recently released from life prison sentences and assisted them in planting, harvesting, and cooking food once a week as part of a rehabilitation program

Lane Powell, Intern, Seattle WA 

Summer 2015

Completed and executed administrative tasks; scheduled conference room, planned office wide events, accommodated meeting requirements for an office of 200+ employees, ensuring employee work efficiency

NARAL Pro-Choice Washington, Reproductive Freedom Fellow, Seattle, WA • • •

ACTIVITIES AND SERVICE Women’s Club Soccer Team Captain, The Claremont Consortium 

Fall 2014 – May 2015

Elected by team majority, managed a budget of $5,000 for the team, negotiated for a $1,000 increase the following year

LASPA Center for Leadership Launch Committee Member, Scripps College 

Fall 2014 – May 2015

Promoted and managed campus activity on the Peace Corps on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, assisted recruiter with outreach

HONORS AND AWARDS Dean’s List, Scripps College, Claremont, CA 

Fall 2013 – present

Awarded to students who received an A- average or higher while taking a full-course load; awarded 6 consecutive semesters

Young Philanthropist Award, Bainbridge Island, WA 

Fall 2014 – May 2015

Invited to participate as a student representative to plan and implement the mission of the center, represented the student voice on decisions related to the launch ceremony

Peace Corps Student Ambassador, Scripps College 

Fall 2016 – present

Lead team activities, manage team schedule, plan events, work with college staff to maintain club policy standards

Mock Trial Team Treasurer, Scripps College 

Summer 2014

Tracked over 50 candidates and created targeted campaign response strategies for high priority races Managed and trained 4 office volunteers weekly; published blog entries; planned and managed outreach and volunteer events Conducted over 100 blind calls weekly and updated voter information in the NGP Van donor database

Summer 2013

Created and implemented the “Birdhouse Project” in conjunction with the Housing Resources Board to raise $6,000 for affordable housing on Bainbridge Island; Awarded to one outstanding community leader annually

Rotary Club Scholarship, Bainbridge Island, WA

Spring 2013

Awarded $3,500: given to student leaders who show a dedication to their local community

Razor’s Edge, Sharepoint, NGP VAN, Microsoft Office Suite, Advanced Spanish, Lifeguard Certified

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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, California May 2017 Bachelor of Arts, Public Policy Analysis and Economics • GPA: 3.7/4.0 • Thesis: The Impact of California Minimum Wage Hikes on Employment and Labor Demand Elasticity • Relevant Coursework: Calculus, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Economic Statistics, Econometrics, Financial Economics, Labor Economics, Political Economy, Policy Implementation

RECENT EXPERIENCE Pomona Economic Opportunity Center, Pomona, California August – December 2016 Intern • Spearheaded financial calculations such as the annual cash-flow analysis, quarterly expenditure breakdown, and projected 2016 – 2017 budget, cumulating in a 10-point presentation for Board Members and State Auditors. • Initiated a survey of 300+ members, tabulated demographic data, then depicted patterns and trends in charts. • Created a bilingual intake form and online processing system that halved the time needed for day laborers to file wage theft claim reports. Antitrust & Securities Bureau, New York Attorney General, New York, New York May – August 2016 Microeconomics Intern • Designed and executed independent, econometric analyses and data manipulation with regards to financial derivatives and industry benchmarks, resulting in the charts and briefing reports used in litigation discussions. • Performed double-blind analyses by defining variables, identifying sources of errors, and discussing the significance of trends in every stage of the analysis via concise Reconciliation Reports. • Analyzed 50K entries of economic data on multiple software interfaces, ran microeconomic forecasting models, and managed all financial data regarding two ongoing lawsuits. Office of Global Women’s Issues, U.S. State Department, Virtual August – May 2016 Virtual Student Foreign Service Intern • Constructed comprehensive summaries focused on school-aged girls in South East Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East by interpreting and translating statistics from UNESCO databases into accessible language. • Multitasked short- and long-term projects such as updating 3-year old fact sheets on best practices in girls education, managing a database of 2,000+ contacts, and creating the Let Girls Learn flyer in Adobe Illustrator. • Compiled and assessed information from academic journals, Lexis Nexis, and government reports to provide pertinent statistics for the 80-page White House Adolescent Girls Strategy. Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, Massachusetts May – August 2015 Women & Public Policy Program Intern • Produced correspondences letters, program evaluations, and press releases for internal and external distribution. • Drafted 1-pagers on specific people, news events, policies, and organizations for time-sensitive projects. • Developed, compiled, and published the online 2015–2016 Harvard Kennedy School Gender Course Guide.

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Co-Treasurer, Scripps College Student Government April 2016 - Present • Oversee budget allocation for 220 clubs, ensure fair and timely distribution of funds, and reconcile accounts. Voting Member, Scripps College Board of Trustees Finance Committee April 2016 – Present • Represent student interests during 4 strategic meetings focused on long-term college budget projections. Teaching Assistant, Scripps College Economics Department January 2016 – Present • Correct 60+ problem sets per month and provide one-on-one instruction for Intermediate Macroeconomics. Student Ambassador, Scripps College Admissions Office September 2014 – Present • Lead hour-long campus tours and facilitate communication regarding the ongoing Overnight Host program.

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Skillsets: Stata, Python, Microsoft Office Suite, QuickBooks, Bloomberg Terminal, Adobe, Open Office, Spanish Memberships: Scripps Funding Advisory Committee, Scripps Economics Society, “Green Jackets” Frisbee Team Awards: Dean’s List (2014 – 2016), Internship Grant (2014 & 2016), Johnson Summer Research Grant (2015)


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INDUSTRY: Consulting/Management EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, California B.A. in Public Policy Analysis • Dean’s List Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Spring 2015 • Senior Thesis: Why Do Some California Parents Opt Their Children Out of School Based Sex Ed Programming? Danish Institute of Study Abroad, Copenhagen, Denmark PROFESSIONAL & RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Intern, East Valley Community Health, Pomona, CA • Planned & facilitated sexual education presentations at local high schools • Spearheaded project to increase teen utilization of clinic services • Aided East Valley’s Mobile HIV testing unit on site visits

Expected May 2017 GPA: 3.7

Spring 2015

August 2016-Present

Research Assistant, Denver Health, Denver, Colorado • Assisted with the recruitment of 80 study participants for a pilot study on the effectiveness of text messaging as a medium for sexual education • Synthesized qualitative research from multiple studies using Atlas.ti • Compiled findings into poster and PowerPoint format for use in presentations

May-August 2016

Intern, WorldDenver, Denver, Colorado • Facilitated planning and execution of WorldDenver events in accordance with the State Department’s goal of promoting international awareness in Denver • Created marketing materials and managed back end of membership database

May-August 2016

Intern, Step Up, Chicago, Illinois • Conducted grant research for Step Up teen programs • Created emails to be sent out to external audiences of more than 5,000 members • Assembled marketing materials for events and assisted with other event prep and follow-up task, including maintaining Step Up’s database on Salesforce • Aided in management of more than 60 volunteers for Step Up’s signature gala

June-August 2015

Intern, The Women's Foundation of Colorado (WFCO), Denver, CO • Designed an alumnae program for graduates of the WFCO's Girls’ Leadership Council by researching best practices on alumni mobilization and networking • Served as an office aide by researching previous grants, compiling marketing materials, and streamlining office organization

May-July 2014

Camp Counselor, Boulder Running Camp, Boulder, CO July 2013-2014 • Mentored groups of 20 female high school athletes through camp activities including leading workouts, facilitating college recruiting talks, and promoting morale • Formulated and presented a list of ways to improve the social environment for female campers to the director- changes were implemented during the second session ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES & LEADERSHIP Varsity Cross Country and Track at Scripps College • All-Conference, All-Region, Academic All-American

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INDUSTRY: Consulting/Management

Education___________________________________________ Scripps College – Claremont, CA

May 2017

Bachelor of Arts Economics and French Studies Dean’s List, Fall Semester 2013 Related Coursework: Econometrics, Behavioral Economics, Statistics, and Economic Development Senior Thesis: Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate and the Consequential Pricing of Provençal Wines

Experience__________________________________________ Abacus Planning Group – Intern – Columbia, SC • • • • • • • •

Maintained and reformatted documents within archival database containing financial records of clients Assisted in the revision and analysis of client financial plans, including communicating with clients for documents/information and updating plan information Worked directly with supervisors to understand firm’s unique service offering, client experience, and general office operations Received extensive training in the profiling of personal finance documents Facilitated bi-weekly presentations in front of co-workers on topics, such as retirement and health insurance Collaborated with full-time staff, maintaining open lines of communication to meet all associated deadlines on assigned projects Assisted with administrative tasks such as answering phones and greeting clients Orchestrated hour long team-building exercises for a group of 20 employees

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Summer 2016

Summer 2015

Created and maintained Facebook page (1,679 likes) and Twitter page (46 followers) for only French language, culture, and resource center in Colorado Secured in-kind donations for annual summer fundraising event, “Summer Soirée” Formatted and designed templates for Silent Auction bid items Completed data entry from previous years’ registration Improved organization of www.leguide.org, an online resource for French culture in Rocky Mountain region Assisted with administrative tasks such as answering phones and greeting students

Starbucks – Barista – Evergreen, CO

Summer 2015

Trained and became certified as barista • Collaborated with team of four baristas during 8-10 hour shifts • Received extensive training in inventory management, occupational safety, sales, and customer service skills • Reinforced operational policies and procedures for cash handling, security, facilities maintenance, and inventory management • Operated cash register

Camp Chateaugay – Piano Instructor, Musical Theater Assist, Counselor – Merrill, NY Summer 2014 • • •

Instructed approximately ten piano students per day, ranging in age from 8 to 14 Collaborated with Music Theater Director to coordinate 20-student ensemble for “Alice In Wonderland” and “Roger and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” Facilitated daily routines with camp attendees (age 6-9), such as morning wake up, walking to activities, meal times, and bed times

Skills_________________________________________________________ French – Language Proficiency: Advanced; obtained certification in Teaching English as a Foreign Language while studying at the American University Center of Provence in Aix-en-Provence during Spring 2016 semester Computer Skills – Microsoft Suite, Worldox, Salesforce, Squarespace, Bidding Owl


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Education Scripps College Claremont, CA • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology • Cumulative GPA: 3.7, Dean’s List Spring 2015-Present • Member of the National Honor Society in Psychology (Psi Chi)

May 2017

Experience Lab Director, Adult Development Project Scripps College Claremont, CA Jan 2015 - Present • Collaborate with the lab PI in order to design and conduct psychological research in adult aging • Manage and train 8 research assistants in order to introduce participants to the lab environment and adhere to lab protocols • Recruit and schedule over 70 participants from the surrounding community • Measure brain activity through the application of EEG caps and software • Process and analyze EEG data Co-Founder & Social Media Lead, Planned Parenthood Claremont Colleges Chapter Claremont, CA August 2015 - Present • Collaborate directly with Planned Parenthood Los Angeles Head Quarters • Organize campaign strategies on Claremont Colleges and surrounding Claremont area to raise awareness and education • Responsible for social presence, as well as event planning Research Assistant, Xu Baby Lab UC Berkeley Berkeley, CA • Engaged in multiple recruiting methods including email, phone, and onsite recruiting • Conducted experiments investigating causal and probabilistic reasoning in 7-12 year old children • Assisted training 2 other research assistants on methods for studying probabilistic reasoning

Jun - Aug 2016

Research Intern, Emotion, Health and Psychophysiology Lab UC San Francisco San Francisco, CA Jun - Aug 2015 • Engaged in multiple recruiting methods and coordinated appointments for over 50 participants visiting the lab for participation in research studies • Conducted experiments investigating effects of oxytocin and physiological synchrony in varying social contexts • Assisted in training other research assistants on methods • Processed and analyzed physiological data such as heart rate variability, skin conductance, impedance, and blood pressure Jan - May 2015 Program Intern, Landmark Medical Center Pomona, CA • Worked with in-patient clients suffering from mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, depression, addiction, etc. • Created a group therapy program centered around goal planning and achievement skills • Ran group therapy and individual counseling sessions Intern, Ada’s Café Palo Alto, California • Assisted in planning and opening a café location for non-profit 501 c 3 organization • Trained mentally disabled adults in basic professional skills, as well as food industry specific skills • Wrote a manual specific for the training of mentally disabled adults for food industry positions • Presented training manual to local grocery stores and food establishments • Organized and implemented fundraising strategies • Raised awareness through multiple social media mediums

Jun 2012 - Jun 2014

Skills and Certifications Proficient in SPSS, E-Prime, NetStation, Mindware, Acknowledge, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Photoshop and Social Media Certified in National Institute of Health course “Protecting Human Research Participants” Intermediate French


HOME MUXUAN W INDUSTRY: Consulting/Management EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations and Japanese May 2017 ·Dean’s List, Spring 2014-Spring 2016; Internship Grant, Summer 2014 ·Cumulative GPA: 3.76 Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan CIEE Arts and Science Program ·Gained deep understanding of Japanese society and developed Japanese language skills

March-July 2016

RELATED EXPERIENCE Program Intern US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce – EF, Washington, D.C September-December 2015 ·Assisted in event planning for procurement events ·Researched for Asia Trade Mission and annual CelebrAsian procurement event ·Managed twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn accounts, designed posters and send out e-blasts through Mail Chimp ·Tracked office spending and transaction, and file accounting records Internship Berger Hirschberg Strategies, Washington D.C June-August 2015 ·Database management in NGP VAN, excel, and google docs ·Researched for potential donors and tracked donor information Communications and Fundraising Intern INCLUDED, Beijing, China May-August 2014 ·Created a database for potential donors to support the operation of INCLUDED ·Drafted fund reports and proposals ·Managed social media accounts and designed publicity brochures ·Recorded recent donations and donor contact information Vice President Claremont Chinese Student Association, Claremont Colleges May 2014-May 2015 ·Arranged Chinese New Year Celebration which attracted more than 500 students and local residents ·Coordinated multimedia equipment and managed hall arrangement for the New Year Gala ·Managed the WeChat public account for the association and published news routinely OTHER EXPERIENCE Chinese Fellow and Research Assistant, Pomona College, Claremont Colleges January 2014-present ·Graded homework for modern Chinese literature class and held tutor sessions for students of Chinese language ·Arranged bibliography in assisting professor’s research on women writers in Modern China Alto, Claremont Concert Choir, Claremont Colleges Fall 2013-present Performer, Claremont Colleges Taiko, Claremont Colleges Fall 2014-present ·Performed Taiko (Japanese Drum) songs in school events Actress, Chinese Drama Club, Claremont Colleges Fall 2013 and Fall 2014 ·Performed “the Mother” in The Station and “School Principal” in Lv De Shui SKILLS Language Skill Chinese (Native Speaker); Japanese (JPLT Level 1); Spanish (Elementary); English (Fluent) Computer Skill Java; SML; Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel; Power Director (Video Making)


HOME ALENA D INDUSTRY: Consulting/Management

EDUCATION Scripps College - Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Economics-Accounting and Russian and East European Studies

Expected May 2017 GPA:3.3/4.0  Accounting Coursework: Accounting for Decision Making; Asset and Income Measurement, Auditing, Current: Corporate Finance, Tax Planning, Financial Statement Analysis  Economics Coursework: Principles of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics; Intermediate Microeconomics Fullerton College - Fullerton, CA June-August 2013, 2014  Coursework: Calculus 1, Business Law, Statistics GPA: 4.0/4.0

WORK EXPERIENCE BDO USA, LLP Orange County Office- BDO U.S, Costa Mesa, CA Winter Core Tax Intern

January-May 2017

 Provide tax compliance and advisory services to multinational companies  Analyze data received and directly participate in the individual income tax return preparation process  Prepare client correspondence on various international assignment matters;tax settlements and tax reconciliations

Cartpool- Claremont, CA Chief Operating Officer  Increased profits by 10% for start up through partnerships with local businesses  Developed brand ambassador program to increase customer base by 20%  Collaborated with CEO and CFO to expand start up to other colleges  Analysed competitors and forecasted future growth of revenue and app downloads Office of Institutional Advancement - Scripps College, Claremont, CA Student Fundraiser and Gift Planner

June 2016-Current

September 2013-May 2016

 Increased profits and raised over $5,000 during the year for Scripps College Fund through negotiation, persistence, and the asking ladder  Maintained accurate records of pledges and demographic changes  Negotiated donations from prospects over the phone, demonstrating tact and resolution skills  Maximized and allocated $3000 in Student Fundraiser budget that helped improve human capital and productivity

Office of Business Affairs – Scripps College, Claremont, CA June-August Summer 2015 Budget and Accounting Intern  Collaborated and developed a plan with the financial analyst to decrease campus utility expenses by 10%  Evaluated and recorded changes in fair value measurements and disclosures in accordance with GAAP  Prepared closing journal entries for bank reconciliations utilizing Workday accounting software  Developed an electronic filing system to maximize efficiency and accessibility of financial documents

LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES 5C Cartpool Club- Claremont, CA  President- Organize 4-5 events for students to experience entrepreneurship in a start up Women in Finance, Accounting, and Consulting – Claremont, CA  Co-President: Foster relationships between students and alumnae involved in business fields Scripps College Economics Society – Claremont, CA  Officer: Develop workshops and lectures for women to engage in economic discussions regarding inequality Pomona Hope – Pomona, CA  Project Leader: Teach students how to speak Russian and lead group projects

2016-Current 2013-Current 2013-2016 2014-2015

SKILLS AND AWARDS Language: Russian (fluent) Community Service and Leadership Recipient Recognition: State of California, Certificate of Congressional Recognition


HOME MAITHILI J

INDUSTRY: Consulting/Management Education Scripps College Claremont, CA B.A. Environment/ Economics/ Politics

May 2017

Skills and Awards Proficient in French, Microsoft Office, computer research, social media, Facebook, statistics, data analysis, community outreach, GIS, Voter Access Network (van) Keck Foundation Summer Research Fellowship Keck Science Department (2015) Conducted research on leaf cutter ants in Costa Rica Experience Research Intern, Hilltop Public Solutions

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Aided and expanded coalition of Colorado organizations and corporations for different campaigns through research and direct outreach Assisted in campaign and outreach efforts for Senator Michael Bennett’s reelection Helped research key bills to pass in the senate

Core 1 mentor, Scripps College

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(Fall 2015)

Helped professors accommodate and ensure students success Aided 15 first years students academic adjustment to college

Firestone Center for Restoration Ecology, Barú, Costa Rica

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(summer 2015) Researched leaf cutter ant nests and analyzed nesting behavior Utilized GPS topography techniques to map 100 new nests Re-mapped a 10-acre lot for an ongoing research project that analyzes ant behavior and foraging techniques

Princeton Ridge Coalition, Princeton, NJ

Intern • • •

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Organized outreach in the Princeton area Gained lobbying support to fight the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Raised awareness of environmental issues of safe pipeline construction

Publications Joshi, Maithili, 2015. Effects of Drought and Fire in Amazonian Rainforests pages 229-238 in Morhardt, J. Emil, Editor.,Energy, Biology, Climate Change. CloudRipper Press, Santa Barbara, California, 365 pages JOSHI, MAITHILI 2016. Morhardt, J. Emil Editor. Energy Innovations 2016. CloudRipper Press, Santa Barbara, California, 285 pages


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INDUSTRY: Consulting/Management EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations, with a concentration in Social Policy

Expected May 2017

The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, England June 2016 Studied as part of the General Course program for the 2015 - 2016 academic year, coursework included health and social care policy, poverty and social change, and foreign policy analysis. Earned a 2:1 overall mark

EXPERIENCE The Motley Coffeehouse, Claremont, CA September 2016 - May 2017 Barista • Greeted and assisted customers, took down drink orders and handled purchases and other cash transactions as cashier. • Built professional relationships with clientele to ensure and provide quality performance. • Performed all support tasks such as restocking and maintaining coffeehouse cleanliness at all times. • Prepared and served drinks and food in accordance with health codes and coffehouse standards, from a menu of approximately 40 customizable beverages. Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment, Claremont, CA September - December 2016 Intern • Produced educational and community building events for the Scripps and Claremont College community. • Demonstrated leadership and networking ability in implementing events from start to finish — wrote curriculum for the event, arranged catering, collaborated with counselors and on-campus organizations, designed flyers and Facebook page to advertise the event, and facilitated the opening, closing and progression of the actual event. • Created and advertised anonymous polls in order to garner feedback, and reported back on their results. Dr. Bernard Berk, Professor of Sociology, Pasadena, CA July - August 2016 Research Assistant • Conducted research on the linkage between autism and the creation and presence of a “self” (self-recognition, self-identification). • Summarized academic journals in the fields of neurobiology, psychology, and sociology. • Proofread several drafts of Dr. Berk’s ongoing articles. • Assisted with administrative duties such as filing, transcribing and other organizational tasks. Personal Social Services Research Unit February - April 2016 The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, England Student Researcher • Contributed to ongoing research project conducted by research fellow Annette Bauer and director Martin Knapp to study programs, services and social innovations offered to refugees in London. • Gathered online literature about programs offered to refugees in the Westminster and Tower Hamlets areas of London. • Contacted and interviewed organizations and scholars over the phone. • Tracked responses from organizations contacted in a comprehensive chart that helped to narrow the project’s scope to studying the area of Birmingham, allowing the research process to progress to its next stages. Human Rights Watch, Los Angeles, CA May - August 2015 Development and Outreach/Children’s Division Intern • Maintained phones, HRW social calendar and Facebook, Twitter, and email accounts. • Conducted prospect research on possible donors and maintained Raiser’s Edge database.. • Assisted with logistical preparation for fundraisers and designed several invitations for various events. • Coordinated with Children’s Rights Division and conducted research to create a resource list for prisoners and their families. • Led project of transferring confidential paperwork to computer database and managed several volunteers. SKILLS • Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint • Social media • Basic graphic design experience (Mac design applications: Pages and Keynote, some Photoshop/Adobe) • Raiser’s Edge


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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts, Mathematical Economics and Fine Art • GPA: 3.7/4.0 • Awards: Dean’s List, Scripps Presidential Scholarship, Denver Public Schools Retired Employees Scholarship, Junior Humanities Institute Fellow • Relevant Coursework: Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Economic Statistics; Econometrics; Accounting; Financial Economics; Linear Algebra; Differential Equations; Computer Science; Labor & Personnel Economics; Game Theory

EXPERIENCE Clifford Swan Investment Counsel, Intern, Pasadena, CA June 2016 – August 2016 • Developed a 3 page report and presentation on Union Pacific in order to brief the counselors on the company and created an investment thesis for them based on research and conversations with UNP’s investor relations team • Synthesized earnings reports for four companies into one page summaries for the investment research team • Worked with several investment counselors to determine how to allocate equities and fixed income assets within the portfolios of five high net worth individuals Student Investment Fund, Secretary, Scripps College, Claremont, CA January 2015 – Present • Prepared and presented both qualitative and quantitative stock analysis pitches to the board which were later purchased by the Fund • Managed security investments to help grow the portfolio gifted by a Scripps alumna to almost $300,000 • Worked closely with the president to restructure our goals and how we conduct meetings in order to manage the portfolio more effectively Finance Committee, Student Representative, Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2015 – May 2016 • Assisted the Board in developing the current year’s budget, developing next year’s budget, creating a ten-year plan for the college, comparing metrics to other peer institutions, and analyzing the capital structure of the college Center for Work, Health and Environment, Finance Intern, University of Colorado Denver June 2015 – August 2015 • Reconciled 3 years of financial data from 5 accounts in the University’s accounting system into QuickBooks • Managed a financial analysis project to determine Health Links’ sustainability as a stand-alone business and its larger effect on the operation of the Center • Presented findings to department heads within the Colorado School of Public Health and offered suggestions to help them make decisions on how to proceed with Health Links The Infinite Monkey Theorem Urban Winery, Marketing Intern, Denver, CO May 2014 – August 2014 • Created and fostered partnerships with local food trucks and hotels to better customers’ experiences • Developed branded descriptions for the monthly wine club and newsletter sent to over 2,200 subscribers

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Economic Statistics Tutor, Scripps Tutoring Program, Claremont, CA September 2015 – Present Nominated by two Economics professors to tutor students in Econ Stats Officer at Large, Econ Society, Scripps College August 2015 – May 2016 Organized economic related events for the whole student body Teaching Assistant, Scripps College Math Department, Claremont, CA August 2014 – Dec 2015 Selected by faculty in the Scripps Mathematics department to grade homework for Calculus I Peer Mentor, New Student Program, Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – May 2015 Mentored a group of seven first year students to help them adjust to life at Scripps

SKILLS & INTERESTS • Skills: Microsoft Word, Excel (advanced), PowerPoint, QuickBooks, STATA, Python • Interests: Contemporary, Impressionist, and Abstract art; Alpine Skiing


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INDUSTRY: Consumer Products/Retail Education Scripps College, Claremont CA – B.A. in Economics & Philosophy, 2017 (expected) The Doane Stuart School, Rensselaer NY – H.S. Diploma, 2013 Experience Public Relations & Marketing Intern, bSmart Guide New York, NY (Remote during semester), December 2016 – May 2017 (expected) E-Commerce Intern, Of a Kind (A Subsidiary of Bed, Bath & Beyond) New York, NY, May 2016 – August 2016 • Produced weekly/monthly Returns Reports, part of the weekly/monthly Sales Reports • Conducted research for copy on displays to be featured in Bed, Bath & Beyond’s Sunset Park store location • Handled operational tasks such as coordinating designer and vendor shipments, tracking
of samples between designers, headquarters, and the warehouse, logging inventory adjustments, and expense reporting Mellon Pre-Thesis Fellow, Scripps College Claremont, CA (Remote), May 2016 – September 2016 • Conducted Philosophy Research on David Benatar’s Anti-Natalism arguments, including an indepth examination of David Benatar’s “Better to Never Have Been” and other Philosophers’ responses • Presented Research in the form of a scholarly work at Scripps College Fall Symposium in September 2016 Intern, Zetlin & DeChiara, LLP 
 New York, NY, Summer 2014 & 2015 • Lead Summer Intern on one case, trained other interns on a matter requiring accounting analysis to find inconsistencies in discovery documents relating to bank records, invoices, accounts payables and receivables between various shell companies to identify possible alleged fraud • Performed first level document review on various databases platforms in the Cloud as well as in- house, such as iConnect, Concordance, and iPro • Assisted the Trial Attorneys and the Litigation Support Specialist to prepare for the next court session on a matter being litigated in New York State Court • Coded dynamic databases in Case Notebook to assist attorneys in preparation for depositions in conjunction with Litigation Support Team Skills & Activities • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel), Shopify, HelpScout, Adobe Photoshop, Concordance, iPro, WestLaw Case Notebook, Xera iConnect • French Tutor, Scripps College Tutoring Program


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INDUSTRY: Consumer Products/Retail Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Art History May 2016 Thesis: “By the Hand of a Women”: Gender, Luxury, and International Trade in Andrea Mantegna’s Judith and Holofernes • Study Abroad: University of Edinburgh 2014-2015 • Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences, Seattle, WA Graduated with Honors June 2012 Related Experience Intern at Pacific Electric Picture Company Summer 2015 Hollywood, CA • Completed script coverage using writing and communication skills to analyze humor, the strength of the characters, and the commercial potential of scripts. • Able to keep up with a fast paced office environment while answering and transferring phone calls Summer 2015 Intern for Gen Anderson at Change the Menu Los Angeles, CA • Edited video for documentaries on fracking in California for the Sierra Club and a spec pilot for Green Chef.com • Showed Studio 10 North to location scouts and went above and beyond the role of intern to perform assistant’s duties Intern at Endgame Entertainment Summer 2014 Beverly Hills, CA • Completed script coverage for a wide range of properties, analyzing the works’ quality. • Answered phones, transferred calls and worked effectively with a group of other interns and current staff Academic Year 2012-2016 Film and Television Critic, The Scripps Voice Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Blog video reviews of current television shows, review and recommend films on Netflix for my peers and write and publish pieces for student newspaper within deadline • Write in depth recaps and coverage of specific television shows as well as selecting television shows and offer brief opinions Summer 2012 and 2013 Sales Associate and Marketing Intern at NuBe Green Seattle, WA • Made sales, navigated Lightspeed, kept the store clean, closed at the end of the day, restocked merchandise, and counted and recorded money in the till. • Was paid to paint windows, doors, and signs with the company name and logo • Took photographs and product measurement for the website. Also researched products and wrote copy for their descriptions • • • •

Skills and Activities Proficient with Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite (Premiere, Photoshop, etc.) as well as iMovie and Final Cut Pro. Clubs and Organizations: Claremont Entertainment Media, Fencing, and 5C Roleplaying Association Proficient in French, some Italian and German Honorable Mention, ACT Theater Young Playwrights Festival


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Alice F

Megan H

Sierra M

Rachel M-H

Chrysanna D

Christine G

Amelia H

Sawyer H

Abby K

Monika L

Sarah O

Vaiva P

Phoebe S

Chloe S

Maxine T

Emilie W

Vivian Y

Nikita A

Adrian B

Mary C

Jennie F

Kathryn K

Elizabeth L

Leonida R

Charlotte S

Julia T

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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Biology, minor in Anthropology, GPA: 3.8 • Dean’s List from Fall 2013-Spring 2015 and Spring 2016 • Senior Thesis: The effect of the chromoshadow domains of Hhp1, Hpl1, and Hpl2 on heterochromatin protein localization in Tetrahymena thermophila University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK (Semester Abroad) Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Certification Brookline High School, Brookline, MA, GPA: 3.9

September-December 2015 August 2015

June 2013

WORK EXPERIENCE Laspa Center for Leadership, Scripps College Scholar in Action (Fall 2016-Spring 2017) • Organize and moderate public events including a discussion with Maria Hinojosa • Oversee We Act Grants that fund independent self-designed summer projects • Develop Alternative Spring Break trip focusing on leadership development Scripps College Academy, Scripps College Teaching Assistant for the Math and Science Scholars Program (Fall 2016) • Created a semester-long cellular biology lab curriculum with PI to expose four highachieving high school girls from underprivileged backgrounds to the scientific method • Assisted in the instruction of proper data collection and presentation Keck Science Department, Claremont Colleges Lab Technician (Summer 2016-Fall 2016) • Investigated and present thesis research on the interaction of histone modifications and heterochromatin proteins • Received summer funding through W. M. Keck Fund Biology Tutor, Scripps College (Fall 2014- Spring 2015) • Worked with two Introductory Biology students to develop effective study skills for science courses • Demonstrated comprehensive knowledge of basic molecular, cellular, ecological, and evolutionary biology to advance student understanding Biology Grader, Keck Science Department (Fall 2014) • Aided professor by grading homework assignments for Introductory Biology course on molecular and cellular biology VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Gnu Foundation Internship, Guatemala City, Guatemala (Summer 2016) • Redistributed food to poor families and evaluated effectiveness of loans given to small businesses in conjunction with Esperanza para Guatemala • Interacted with Esperanza teachers to learn the educational challenges present in the community Alternative Spring Break, San Francisco, CA (March 2015) • Visited and corresponded with representatives from Summer Search and Beyond 12 • Assisted with interactive and outdoor science curriculum with Education Outside • Supervised an elementary student community engagement activity with America Scores


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INDUSTRY: Education EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Sociology – 3.8 GPA Dean’s List – Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016

Expected May 2017

EXPERIENCE Resident Advisor – Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Foster, build and support a community of 112 residents on a team of 21 people • Serve on-call weekly, respond to emergency situations for 900 students, ensuring safety and wellbeing • Mediate and strategize inter-personal conflict resolutions among roommates and community members • Plan, organize and implement programming supporting community and supplemental education • Developed and led pilot Living Learning Community, focusing on building connections across difference

August 2015 – Present

August 2016 – Present Intern at Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment (SCORE) – Scripps College, Claremont, CA • SCORE is the social justice office at Scripps College which utilizes a shared leadership model to provide community engagement and increase social justice education and programming across the college and neighboring communities • Develop and facilitate workshops for college faculty members regarding issues of social justice, including microagressions, deconstructing gender binaries and disability justice in the classroom • Implement programming to bring social justice education to the college community Voting Member on Student Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees - Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2016 – Present • One of two student voting members serving on the Student Affairs Committee • Gather and share student feedback on issues including educational equity, experiences of marginalized students and residential life Admissions Tour Guide – Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Guided prospective students and families around campus to spark interest in the school • Emphasized the college’s actions towards equity and highlighted areas for improvement

September 2014 – September 2016

Summer 2016 International Summer Camp Resident Advisor – The Northwest School, Seattle, WA • Provided a welcoming and engaging summer program for youth ages 10-16 from across Seattle, the U.S. and the world. • Created a safe, fun and engaging environment where international students practiced English speaking skills • Designed a student handbook for new international students Served on President’s Advisory Committee for Diversity & Inclusion – Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2015 – May 2016 • Attended monthly meetings as a student representative for Sustained Dialogue, a program focusing on diversity and community • Worked to advise the Scripps president on how to best address issues of diversity and inclusion on campus November 2014 – February 2016 Head Moderator Sustained Dialogue – Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Used dialogue groups to create communities of leaders through a focus on diversity, inclusivity and community • Moderated a weekly dialogue group of 12 people fostering space to share experiences as well as learn from others Program Research Intern – College Access Now, Seattle, WA • Worked as a team member of a small college access non-profit organization • Performed financial analysis of student college acceptance, compiled and analyzed 300 financial aid awards • Conducted end of year Program Survey Analysis, program evaluation and future program planning Camp Counselor – Steve and Kate’s Camp, Seattle, WA • Counselor for 1st graders • Organized, planned and helped implement programs and activities at camp

Summer 2015

Summer of 2013 and 2014

CONFERENCES, INSTITUTES, AWARDS, ETC. National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education Student Scholar Awardee Southern Residential Activities Programming Conference Award Winning Presenter for “White People: A Documentary Screening and Dialogue” Student Social Justice Training Institute

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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Minor in Hispanic Studies Expected May 2017 • Study Abroad in Quito, Ecuador: SIT Culture, Language, and Development (Spring 2016) EXPERIENCE Glanville Music Library, Claremont CA Library Assistant Optimize workflow at the library though organizing all library materials Categorize all musical office data Address student musician questions and problems Scripps College Performing Arts Center, Claremont CA House Manager Oversee Performing Arts Center ushers during performances Enforce policies at events for employees, attendees, and performers Promoted from Usher to House Manager January 2015

September 2014-present

September 2014-present

June 2015- September 2016 The Amir Project, Webster, WI Senior Mentor Created curriculum on issues of food justice and gardening skills Plan and facilitate training of 25 college aged Farming Fellows Liaison between Fellows, Amir Project directors, and directors of five summer camps Communicate weekly with Fellows and Amir Project directors through Skype calls Promoted to this position after serving as a Farming Fellow in 2015 Something Silver jewelry store, Seattle WA Sales Associate Maintained daily sales goals and store appearance Streamlined sales during busy holiday months to specific lines of jewelry

June 2013-December 2015

ACTIVITIES Co-President, Activities Team, Scripps College, January 2014-present Plan bi-monthly events, either on campus or off-campus, for the entire Scripps College student body Maintained group membership by 100% Liaison between Dean of Students Office and Activities Team members Served as treasurer during 2014-15 school year Mock Trial A Team, Scripps College September 2014- December 2016 Portray witness during trial competitions Facilitate courses on public speaking and witness technique to new members SKILLS AND AWARDS Skills: Proficient in conversational Spanish and the written language and completed Seattle Rock and Roll Half Marathon in June 2015. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Wordpress, Photoshop, and Point of Sale Awards: Dean’s List Fall 2013, Spring 2014, and Fall 2015, Mock Trial: Outstanding Attorney and Outstanding Witness Awards 2015, 2013 and 2012


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Education Scripps College – Claremont, CA Expected 5/2017 Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Legal Studies, minor in Japanese • Related Coursework: Forensic Psychology, Social Psychology, and Clinical Neuropsychology • Thesis: Why did they shoot? The power of media with Attribution Theory International Christian University – Tokyo, Japan Summer 2016 Intensive Japanese language study abroad program

Experience Student Driver, Scripps College Academy - Scripps College, Claremont, CA 8/2014 - Present • Assist in the transportation of high school students to Scripps College for a pre-college program • Support high school students in the development towards college Nancy Glanville Music Library Assistant - Scripps College, Claremont, CA 1/2016 – Present • Monitor and organize the music library • Oversee and supervise music performances Language Clinic Teacher’s Assistant - Scripps College, Claremont, CA 9/2016 – 12/2016 • Instructed and educated college students on how to teach elementary school students a foreign language • Assisted professor in grading and overseeing the college students as they taught elementary school students Close Relationships Psych Lab = Scripps College, Claremont, CA 9/2015 – 5/2016 • Interviewed participants, collected data, and coded their responses Japanese Language Grader - Pomona College, Claremont, CA 8/2015 – 5/2016 • Assisted professor with grading homework Language Clinic Teacher - Scripps College, Claremont, CA 8/2014 – 12/2014 • Educated and taught elementary school students about the Japanese language and culture

Leadership Psi Chi Honors Society Club 8/2014 – Present President (2016 – Present) • Organize meetings to further enhance the interest and knowledge revolving around psych to other students • Scheduled and organized a guest psych speaker to talk at the Claremont Colleges Japanese Student Organization of the Claremont Colleges 8/2013 - Present Social Media Chair (Spring 2016), Treasurer (Fall 2016), President (Spring 2017) Babes &Blankets Knitting Club 8/2013 - Present Treasurer (2013-2014), Secretary (2014-2015), Vice President (Fall 2015), Co-President (Spring 2016) • Implemented changes in communication to improve club membership by 500% AASP (Asian American Sponsor Program) 8/2013 – 5/2016 Peer mentor (2014-2016) • Supported and organized AAPI events for younger college students to help adjust to college

Skills Proficient in Japanese, Microsoft Office suite, Psych statistics – SPSS, Psych research methods

Honors and Scholarships Deans List, Scripps College Psi Chi Honors Society Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Bixby Scholarship

Fall 2013, Spring 2015 - Present August 2016 – Present August 2015 – Present


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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2016 Bachelor of Arts, Honors in History • Cumulative GPA – 3.68 • Senior Thesis: Blood On the Leaves: Lynchings, Police Murders, and the Narration of Racial Terrorism Against Black Bodies • Related coursework: Marx in Context, The Black Male Experience, The African Diaspora US since 1877, the American 1960’s, Decolonizing History, Black Americans and Political Systems, Prisons, Parks, and the Legacies of Colonialism, and Race, Education, and Law Fall 2014 IES Abroad, Granada, Spain

HONORS AND AWARDS Dean’s List Scholar Spring 2013 –Spring 2016 (6 semesters) Edward A. White Award in American Studies May 2016 • Awarded annually to a senior who has done outstanding work in the study of the United States and its history, culture, or politics as evidenced in her senior thesis History Senior Thesis Award May 2016 • Presented by the history faculty for the best senior thesis in history and related disciplines Hearst Foundation Senior Thesis Research Grant of $1000 October 2015 • Awarded to five seniors each semester to provide funding for materials or research–related travel

EXPERIENCE Administrative Assistant, Foundation Investment Group, Berkeley, CA June 2014 – August 2016 • Organized and reproduced files of over 5,000 client investment histories • Assisted the office manager in administrative tasks Education Associate, Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco, CA May 2015– August 2015 • Developed and organized two educational programs: Diaspora Dialogues, a transnational dialogue on race, identity, and culture between Black immigrants and African Americans, and the Bino and Fino DVD Launch Event, a celebration of Nigerian cartoonist Adamu Waziri • Corresponded with Bay Area non-profits, schools, and black arts and justice organizations for programming outreach • Greeted, informed, and sold items to patrons of the museum at the front desk • Published a short editorial on the MoAD blog Recreational Leader, City of Berkeley Recreation, Berkeley, CA June 2013 – August 2015 • Facilitated after school programs and communicated with parents during summer camp drop offs • Refereed volleyball games and acted as sole supervisor during adult nighttime recreation activities • Helped supervise a block party and carnival servicing over 500 children each summer • Greeted patrons and informed them of the City of Berkeley’s recreational opportunities Research Assistant, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA January 2014 • Cleaned and cross–referenced pesticide use data in Excel to track trends for a National Science Foundation–funded research project on the strawberry industry and farm worker health

SKILLS AND EXTRACIRRICULAR ACTIVITIES Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), Zotero, and social media software Intermediate language proficiency in Spanish CPR/AED certified Co-Captain of the Claremont Colleges Women’s Club Volleyball


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Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA

2013- 2017

Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, Minor in Hispanic Studies

3.56 GPA, Dean’s List 2013-2015

Hamilton College Academic Year in Spain Study Abroad, Madrid, Spain 

January-May 2016

Studied Spanish Poetry, Sociology, Art History, and Grammar at Madrid’s Instituto Internacional, Hamilton College’s Study Abroad Center.

Experience Editor-in-Chief, The Scripps Voice, Claremont, CA

September 2016-current

Led student staff of 20+ to plan, assign, and design articles for the student-run bimonthly campus newspaper.

Initiated environmentally responsible printing practices by reducing paper waste.

Copy Editor, The Scripps Voice, Claremont, CA 

September 2014-January 2016

Edited 10-12 news articles written by student journalists weekly; focusing on grammar, spelling, coherence, and adherence to American Press (AP) journalistic style.

Special Collections Assistant, Denison Library, Claremont, CA 

Archived special collections, utilized specialized cataloging software, provided research assistance to patrons, filed publications, helped organize events for patrons, and assisted in preservation of rare books.

Spanish Counselor, OpenMinds Learn Best Camp, San Diego, CA 

September 2013-current

May-August 2014

Taught Spanish during the academic year in a classroom of first- and second-graders, completing lesson plans, organizing educational activities and songs, and supervising the classroom.

Research Intern, Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, Iowa City, IA

July-August 2015

Archived mixed media works, reorganized archival files, and provided research assistance to professors.

Assisted with office administrative tasks such as answering phones and updated online presence such as mailing lists and transcription services accounts.

Skills Language: Fluent in reading, writing, and speaking Spanish Media: Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook proficient in InDesign, proficient in social media (WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr)


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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA  B.A. in Art (honors), magna cum laude  Senior Thesis: The Ceramic Body: Concepts of Violence, Nature, and Gender  Dean’s List 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015; GPA 3.8  Recipient of the 2016 Lucia Suffel Crafts Award

May 2016

Studio Art Centers International, Florence, Italy January 2015 – April 2015  Semester abroad with focus in Drawing, Fashion Design, Sculpture, Art History, and Italian Language

EXPERIENCE Instructor, Camp Fashionista, San Jose, CA  Led and assisted day-long drawing and sewing classes for students ages 6-12  Participated in the management of camp curriculum and upkeep of the studio

May 2016 – Present

Attendant, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Claremont, CA September 2012 – May 2016  Greeted visitors and provided information about exhibit  Assisted during gallery receptions and learned about preparing works for exhibition Digital Imaging Assistant, Scripps College Visual Resources September 2012 – May 2016  Conducted the organization, scanning, preservation, and digital image editing of thousands of slides  Composed PowerPoint presentations for faculty  Uploaded and maintained digital image archives for Claremont University Consortium’s Image Database Intern, Made Sewing Studio, Seattle, WA June 2015 - August 2015  Assisted and led beginner and intermediate sewing classes five days a week for children ages 5 to 12  Participated in the development, organization, and management of camp curriculum Recipient of Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Research Grant, Scripps College May 2014 – Sept 2014  Researched, interviewed, and wrote about a group of 20 female artists and their works  Co-curated an exhibition on a portfolio of 20 prints  Designed and wrote a brochure and composed piece abstracts for exhibition Intern, Camp Galileo, Cupertino, CA June 2013 - August 2013  Participated in the setup, cleanup, organization, and management of day-long camp five days a week  Supervised and collaborated with children ages 4 to 13 in educational indoor and outdoor activities Instructor, Lord of the Light Art Studio and Gallery, San Jose, CA July 2009 - August, 2012  Individually instructed, advised, and mentored students ages 4 to 12 to help them develop visual art skills and become acquainted with fine art tools

SKILLS Technical: Proficient in drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, and digital arts; Basic experience in graphic design, animation, photography, and sewing Software: Experienced with both Mac and Windows systems, Microsoft Office and Mac Productivity Apps, and Adobe Creative Suite’s Photoshop and InDesign


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Education Scripps College – Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 • Dual major in Economics and Psychology, Minor in Hispanic Studies GPA: 3.26 • Relevant coursework: o Clinical Neuropsychology o Foreign Language + Culture Teaching Clinic (see below) • Senior Thesis: “The Wage Gap and its Effects on Well-Being, Motivation, and Productivity Fall 2016 • Member of Psi Chi: The International Honor Society in Psychology Fall 2016 IES Abroad, Granada; Universidad de Granada – Granada, ES

Spring 2016

Experience Spanish Tutor, Scripps Tutoring Program, Claremont, CA • Provide students with peer-based one-on-one tutoring to support academic success

Fall 2016

ITA, IT-FITS program, Scripps College IT Department, Claremont, CA Fall 2016 • Instructional Technology Assistants (ITA’s) provide faculty with specific technological help, including computer software, lab equipment, or online campus resources. Intern, Colegio Maristas “La Inmaculada” de Granada, Granada, ES Spring 2016, 8 hrs/wk • Teach English to primary school students. Create lesson plans for the students to engage in discussion and learn the culture, or assist the instructor with book lessons. Research Assistant, Close Relationships Psychology Lab, Scripps, Claremont, CA Fall ‘15, Summer ‘16 • Work with a professor to understand the power dynamics within close relationships; coding Intern, Scripps College Department of Information Technology, Claremont, CA • User support, troubleshooting, New Student Orientation, computer set-ups

Summer 2014 – Fall 2015

Foreign Language + Culture Teaching Clinic , Scripps College, Claremont, CA Fall 2014 • “Core” course: learned techniques to teaching a foreign language through its culture, and applied these skills to co-teach introductory Spanish to a sixth grade class Phonathon caller, The Scripps Fund, Claremont, CA Spring 2014 • Call alumnae and parents of current and past students to keep them connected to Scripps by building rapport, and encourage them to support the school Union Station Homeless Services, Pasadena, CA Summer 2012 - Summer 2013, ~4 hrs/wk • Food Services: Make and serve breakfast and lunch to the clients at the Adult Center

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Scripps Psi Chi club, Co-president 2016 Babes and Blankets Club, Co-president 2014 - 2015 Mariachi Serrano de Claremont o Trumpet, since 2004 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) Club Tennis Japanese Student Organization of the Claremont Colleges

2013 - present 2013 - present Fall 2015 2013 - present 2013 - present

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Trilingual o English: fluent in reading, writing, and speaking o Spanish: advanced in reading, writing, and speaking o Mandarin Chinese: intermediate in speaking, basic in reading and writing Technological troubleshooting • Adapt quickly to new surroundings Microsoft Office suite Teamwork, building community


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Relevant Experience Tutor, Self-Employed, Concord, CA Sept. 2016-Present  Strategized effective learning techniques for areas of difficulty  Implemented focusing strategies for student's unique attention span and learning style Intern, Scripps College Media Services, Claremont, CA Sept. 2015-May 2016  Checked equipment out to faculty, staff, and students and contacted customers regarding overdue equipment  Set up equipment for campus events Sept. 2013-Dec. 2015 Clerical Assistant, Scripps College Writing Program, Claremont, CA  Assisted a faculty member in research for papers, an anthology, and a lecture presentation  Created a WordPress site as a central location for information about the Claremont Colleges' Creative Writing departments to increase visibility of the programs and their events April 2013-May 2016 Student Leader, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Claremont, CA  Planned and facilitated weekly small group meetings with a co-leader  Delegated tasks for a team of 5-10 people to and manage communication between teams  Handled logistics for planning 1-3 events a year for groups of 15-40 people Board of Trustees Student Rep., Scripps College, Claremont, CA Sept. 2015-May 2016  Spoke with Board members about student opinions on issues and initiatives as a member of Student Affairs Committee; voted on programs and decisions related to student life Summer 2013, 2014, 2015 Intern, Laurie Shigekuni & Associates, San Francisco, CA  Trained in Medi-Cal legal requirements, estate planning, and trust administration, and drafted documents for one to two cases each of three summers  Assisted in answering questions and distributing sample documents at estate planning seminars at elderly community meetings throughout San Francisco May 2014-May 2015 Assistant Co-Head, Asian American Student Union, Claremont, CA  Collaborated with other identity-based student groups to maintain community spaces for underrepresented students on campus  Planned events and weekly meetings for 7-15 members, managed organization budget of $4000, and planned 1 overnight retreat for 20 members  Discussed issues of diversity and inclusion with college administration to connect administration with student concerns and experience Resource Advocate Volunteer, City of Hope, Duarte, CA Sept. 2013-April 2014  Conversed with 20-30 cancer patients and caregivers per shift to evaluate need for non-medical support and refer to appropriate resources  Provided navigational assistance to patients and caregivers Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2016  Bachelor of Arts: Science, Technology, and Society  Thesis: “’It's Not a Real Disorder’: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Paradigms of Childhood Harm” Awards and Achievements: Science, Technology, and Society Department Prize 2016 (Department Award); Juliet King Esterly ’34 Scholarship (Merit Award); Aseneth Louise Willits ’60 Memorial Scholarship (Merit Award); Dean’s List consecutive semesters Fall 2013-Fall 2015; Student Employee of the Year Finalist 2014-15 


HOME SAWYER H INDUSTRY: Education EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in English, minor in Media Studies Expected May 2017 - GPA: 3.7/4.0, Dean’s List (2014, 2015, 2016) - Relevant Coursework: Advanced Creative Writing, Video Art, Urban Photography, Psychology of Education Danish Institute for Study Abroad, Copenhagen, Denmark December 2015 - Studied Children in a Multicultural Context through text and discussion, field studies, and a practicum site - Embraced Danish culture by taking Danish Language and Gender and Sexuality in Scandinavia WORK EXPERIENCE Cosmopolitan Magazine June 2016-August 2016 Features Intern - Distributed a daily news report to the editorial staff pitching new feature ideas and thematically relevant updates - Copy edited final versions of the magazine - Conducted interviews and assisted editors and the editor-in-chief with research for projects and articles Breakthrough Collaborative Teaching Fellow June 2015-August 2015 - Taught three sections of 7th grade English Literature, a nutritional health class including discussion and cooking, a poetry club, and counseled an advisory group - Independently created, wrote, and implemented daily lesson plans for each class - Organized and led community activities such as the end of the year presentations of learning and a poetry reading The Student Life September 2014-June 2015 Column Writer - Wrote a weekly, 800 word column reviewing current movies for the Claremont College newspaper - Edited the column multiple times before it was published Hawaii Luxury Magazine August 2014 Writing Intern - Edited drafts of the company’s various magazines such as Go Kailua, Waikiki Magazine, and HI Luxury Magazine - Wrote short features (200 words) and a long feature (800 words) for Waikiki Magazine and Go Kailua - Assisted the photographer and stylist at a photoshoot Hollister Co., June 2013-August 2013 Sales Associate - Greeted and assisted customers throughout the store, worked the cash register, and dressing rooms LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Creating Academic Relations through Education (CARE) Club September 2014-Present Volunteer Volunteer weekly in a first grade classroom at Chaparral Elementary School Assist the teacher by leading small groups in activities Provide extra help for struggling students in math, reading, and writing Children in a Multicultural Context Practicum September 2015-December 2015 Teacher’s Assistant - Volunteered weekly in a sixth grade classroom at Selsmoseskolen Elementary School in Denmark - Co-taught an English Lanuage class to improve Danish students’ speaking, writing, and reading skills Developed and facilitated lesson plans and activities Scripps College New Student Program April 2014- June 2015 Peer Mentor - Attended an intensive, week long training course in counseling and privilege awareness - Prepared activities and attended workshops to lead and counsel - Counseled and created program events for seven first-year girls COMMUNITY SERVICE Food Distribution Windward United Church Christ Volunteer - Distribute food to those in need Wednesday mornings when home from school

June 2013-Present

SKILLS/INTERESTS Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Social Media Sites, Creative Writing, Photography, Teaching, Traveling, Surfing


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Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA

Expected 05/2017

 Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Feminist, Gender, Sexuality Studies  GPA—3.90; Dean’s List, Fall 2013-present  Senior Thesis: The Effect of Oxidative of Myometrial MicroRNA Expression Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Spring 2016

 IES Study Abroad: Studied gender, sexuality, and race in the context of Amsterdam

EXPERIENCE Organic Chemistry Tutor, Scripps College; Claremont, CA 09/2015-present  Assist with the comprehension and execution of Organic Chemistry concepts through one-on-one sessions with five students  Regularly provide emotional support, encouragement, and new study skills for tutees Volunteer, SELAH Pregnancy Resource Center; Steamboat, CO 8/2016  Maximized work place productivity giving SELAH staff more time to focus on clients Intern, ACZ Laboratories; Steamboat, CO 05/2015-08/2015  Performed various chemical analyses of client samples  Managed and reorganized waste disposal system in order to maximize overall lab efficiency Physician Shadowing, Yampa Valley Medical Center; Steamboat, CO 05/2015-08/2015  Shadowed physicians from a wide range of specialties including orthopedic surgery, oral surgery, dermatology, and radiology. Peer Mentor, Scripps College; Claremont, CA 08/2014-04/2015  Underwent extensive training on topics ranging from trauma informed care to event planning  Mentored a group of seven incoming first-years through weekly communication along with the facilitation of one event a month aimed at easing the transition to college and forming strong communities of peers Part-Time Nanny, The Ruckman Household; Steamboat, CO 05/2014-12/2014  Supervised the safety, nutrition, and playtime of a three year old boy with cognitive disabilities  Maintained a high standard of household cleanliness and meal preparation Member of Scripps Advocates, Scripps College; Claremont, CA 10/2013-05/2014  Advocated for victims of sexual assault by facilitating discourse regarding sexual assault during five campus (5C) wide activities  Trained in how to best support a survivor of sexual assault as well as the current 5C and title IX policies regarding sexual assault at the Claremont Colleges

SKILLS Computers: Basic Excel (2010), Microsoft office (2010), and social networking skills (Facebook, Instagram) Languages: English (Fluent), Spanish (Basic communication and comprehension) Medical: Basic first aid


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Education

Scripps College- Claremont, CA • • •

December 2016

Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies Dean’s List 2014, 2015, 2016 Eleanor J. Ham ’37 Scholarship Recipient

Work Experience

Scripps College Office of Admissions, Senior Interviewer- Claremont, CA 

Worked as one of four student interviewers in the Office of Admissions. Conducted two to three interviews per shift and submitted thorough evaluations. Engaged prospective students in thoughtful dialogue about their passions. Worked at orientation and visitation events, acted as an ambassador for Scripps College and helped students understand if Scripps is right for them.

Revolve Impact, Policy and Advocacy Intern- Los Angeles, CA 

May 2016- August 2016

Created messaging and social media for campaigns around mass incarceration, gun safety, and other social justice issues. Engaged in research and advocacy for major projects like #FREEAMERICA, VOTA!, and #SchoolsNotPrisons. Produced briefs and guidebooks for senior staff.

Sallie Tiernan Fieldhouse, Building Manager- Claremont, CA 

March 2014 – May 2016

Managed staff members in daily operations of the wellness center and pool. Opened and closed the facility and ensured success of center. Worked extensively on programming, payroll, scheduling, guest services, team building activities, and lifeguard training.

Hamilton College Consulting, Site Manager- San Diego, CA 

May 2015- September 2015, December 2015

Oversaw student staff, instructed high school students, created materials for daily classes. Tutored students in the Critical Reading section of the SAT. Created over forty original vocabulary quizzes and implemented and taught weekend vocabulary review classes.

Leadership Experience and Activities

Scripps Associated Students (SAS) Diversity and Inclusivity Chair 

2013- 2016

Created a space to discuss the politics of Asian American identity, generated and maintained dialogues about intersectional topics specifically regarding the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Helped plan monthly events on campus to raise awareness of issues facing AAPI students. Acted as a mentor to five AAPI first year students and supported them in their college career.

Skills 

2016

Sat on the Presidents Advisory Committee on Diversity and Inclusivity (PACDI), a committee that meets once a month to discuss issues of equity and racism on campus; provided campus-wide consultation on diversity and inclusivity, power, and privilege; ensured student government and administration maintains high consideration to issues of equity on campus during weekly meetings. Advocated for clubs and organizations on campus requesting resources from administration. Sponsored events that continued a thoughtful discussion of diversity and inclusion.

Asian American Student Union Member 

August 2016- December 2016

Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint CPR, First Aid, AED Certified


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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts, Major: Linguistics; Minor Degree: German Studies -Dean’s List: Fall 2013-2015, Spring 2014-2015 -Scripps Humanities Institute Fellow, Fall 2015 University of Edinburgh Study abroad with IFSA-Butler

May 2017

Spring 2016

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Scripps Media Services, Claremont, CA August 2014 – May 2017 Audio Visual Technician Intern -Provided hardware, software, and electronics maintenance for classrooms, events, and administration -Instructed staff, students and faculty on equipment operation -Handled student equipment reservations of photography and video equipment -Performed regular classroom computer and audio equipment checks -Troubleshot system malfunctions -Monitored setup schedule, updated audio visual requests, and struck events Scripps New Student Program IT, Claremont, CA Information Technology Orientation Technician -Assisted new students in setting up network, printers, e-mail and portal accounts -Installed security and other software United Parcel Service, Kansas City, MO Center Customer Service Representative -Processed, sorted, and delivered mail and packages -Provided printing, faxing, and advertising design services

August 2015 & 2016

June 2013 – August 2013

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER WORK SPCA Animal Shelter, Merriam, KS June 2016 – August 2016 Feline Crew -Met cats’ nutritional needs, cleaned animal living space, and socialized cats -Guided potential pet owners in navigating pet adoption process and matching families with animals Shepherd’s Center, Kansas City, MO June 2015 – August 2015 Technology Consultant for Seniors -Trained senior citizens in basic computer literacy and program navigation Unleashed Pet Rescue, Mission, KS June 2014 – August 2014 Volunteer -Provided care for rescue animals, managed animal living space, and exercised dogs SKILLS Piano: 8 years of training Technician: proficient in Mac and Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite, Windows debugging, System Administration, Software & Hardware Troubleshooting Languages: proficient in German, novice in French, Russian Drawing & Design: pencil realism and Adobe Photoshop / Illustrator design skills


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Education: Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 ● Bachelor of Arts in Biology, GPA: 3.76 ● Senior Thesis: “The Relationship between Colic and Hindgut Microbiota Composition in Horses” Work Experience: High Country Outfitters and Camp Wahoo!, Cle Elum, WA 2009-Present (Summers) ● Staff Member from 2009-2015, Camp Director 2016-Present ● Plan and guide horseback rides into the North Cascade mountains of Washington State for guests of all ages and weekly campers aged 8-14 ● Teach campers and new staff wilderness, horse, and leadership skills ● Feed, doctor, and care for camp herd (roughly 40 horses and mules) Sallie Tiernan Field House, Scripps College, CA September 2015-Present ● TFH Coordinator 2015-Present (promotion), Customer Service Associate 2013-2015 ● Open, close, and maintain facility and equipment ● Manage student staff, inventory exercise equipment, and maintain rental program ● TFH Health and Wellness blog contributor Roberts Pavilion, Claremont Mckenna College, CA November 2016-Present ● Facility Attendant ● Open, close, and maintain facility and equipment Leadership Experience: Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges Track and Field, Claremont, CA September 2013-Present ● Voted team captain ● Introduced prospective students and new team members to the team ● Taught technique and helped coach new team members in the fall Lakeside High School Track and Field, Seattle, WA 2010-2013 ● Voted team captain Community Involvement and Service: Delta Certified Therapy Dog Handler, Seattle, WA Campfire USA Day Camp Counsellor, Seattle, WA Lankas Lithuanian Heritage Camp Ceramics Teacher, Shelton, WA Awards and Achievements: Scripps College Deans List Noëlle and Veronique Boucquey Outstanding Scholar Athlete Award West Region Women’s Field Athlete of the Year NCAA National Championships, All-Academic Women’s Track and Field Team SCIAC Women’s Field Athlete of the Year CMS Freshman Athlete of the Year Second Place Washington State Decathlon Skills and Certifications: Wilderness First Aid, CPR and AED Certifications Teal Dot Bystander Certification QRC Ally Training Intermediate written and conversational Spanish

2007-2013 2010-2012 Summer 2013 Fall 2013-Present 2016 2016 2015, 2016 2015, 2016 2014 2013 Current Current Current


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INDUSTRY: Education EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Legal Studies major and Sociology minor, Current GPA: 3.65. Bachelor of Arts degree anticipated Fall 2016. • Dean’s List - Fall 2013, Fall 2014 - Spring 2016. University of Sussex, Brighton, United Kingdom • Law and Sociology, Fall 2015 Study Abroad. o Sussex University Fencing Club, Women’s 2nd Team.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY District Office Intern, Office of Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez June 2016 to August 2016 Los Angeles, California • Assisted staff Field Representatives with managing the casework needs and input of constituents using the Legislative Constituent Management System and providing administrative support. • Conducted research on pending bills and state policies on behalf of staff to assist them in better engaging with the various communities and organizations within the 51st Assembly District.

Leadership Academy Intern, Center for Asian Americans United for Self-Empowerment June 2016 to August 2016 Los Angeles, California • Participant in a 9-week professional development program for students who are interested in exploring a career in public service to gain firsthand experience in politics through community organizing, constituent services, community relations, legislative research, etc. • Collaborated with fellow interns to develop a public service announcement video campaign to mobilize Asian American and Pacific Islander youth to vote in the upcoming election. Building Manager, Sallie Tiernan Field House Scripps College, Claremont, California June 2014 to May 2016 • Supervised a team of customer services associates, lifeguards, and fitness instructors. • Managed onsite facility and customer problems, conflicts and issues regarding accessibility and policy as a student leader to optimize its delivery of health, fitness and wellness services.

Digital Intern, New Partners Consulting, Inc. June 2015 to August 2015 Washington, D.C. • Developed tools tracking digital publications’ impressions for progressive political consulting firm. • Learned campaign design principles and methodologies, assisted staff with social media and websites, drafting email blasts, reports, and web content as well as providing administrative support.

Taiwanese American Citizens’ League – Political Internship Program June 2015 to August 2015 Washington, D.C. • Participated in an 8-week program in Washington D.C. which included a full-time internship, various workshops on leadership, identity, policy, and networking as well as a group advocacy project on an issue important to the Taiwanese American and Asian American and Pacific Islander communities as a whole. • Conducted independent research with fellow interns and visited various congressional offices on Capitol Hill to advocate for legislation to increase mental health services in schools.

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES Mock Trial B Team, C Team Captain, Media Relations September 2013 to May 2015 Scripps College, Claremont, California • Analyzed evidence in to develop arguments for defense/prosecution/plaintiff in a mock trial case. • Played character and expert witness and attorney role in multiple national college tournaments. • Coordinated the creation of the team’s website using a Weebly platform and managed the team’s social media presence.


HOME CHLOE S INDUSTRY: Education Education Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017  Current GPA: 3.71  Senior Thesis, completed Fall 2016: Saccharomyces cerevisiae membrane fluidity impacts the Unfolded Protein Response when induced by phenol stress Research Experience Undergraduate Researcher, Edwalds-Gilbert Lab June 2016-present Keck Science Department, Scripps College, Claremont, CA  Investigated yeast membrane fluidity and unfolded protein response by conducting experiments such as RT-PCR, yeast transformation, and immunoprecipitation/SDSPAGE and western blot for senior thesis research Leadership Experience Barista Lead Jan 2016-Dec 2016 The Motley Coffeehouse, Scripps College, Claremont, CA  Voted into position by peers  Communicated concerns from barista team to manager team and evaluated barista performance by administering quizzes and conducting performance reviews  Expanded barista lead position duties by taking on projects such as redesigning recipe book, serving on committee for interviewing and hiring new manager team, and planning prompts and maintaining chalkboard art wall Presenter, National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE) NCORE 2014, 2015, and 2016  Collaborated with various groups at the largest race conference in the United States  Designed and implemented sessions on Asian American and mixed race identity; participated in multiple years as the only student on the presentation team Mira Loma High School Science Olympiad Invitational Scoring Room Assistant 2014-2017 Mira Loma High School, Sacramento, CA  Supervised and performed event scoring and delegated tournament tasks to volunteers Event Coordinator March 2013-present Northern California and Southern California Science Olympiad  Coordinated events such as Experimental Design, Write it Do it, and It’s About Time at invitational, regional, and state level tournaments  Wrote and proctored exams and procedures, acquired materials, graded results Teaching Experience Teaching Assistant, Organic Chemistry Jan 2016 - present Keck Science Department, Scripps College, Claremont, CA  Supervised and encouraged students, assisted professor, and maintained materials and equipment during biweekly lab  Provided biweekly office hour for assisting students on assignments, graded assignments Tutor, Introduction to Biological Chemistry & Introductory Biology Oct 2014-May 2015 Scripps College, Claremont, CA  Tutored students weekly in various subjects by reviewing concepts and assisting in homework and lab report writing Teaching Assistant, Math and Science Scholars Program Sept 2014-Dec 2014 Keck Science Department and Scripps College Academy, Scripps College, Claremont, CA  Mentored underserved and underrepresented female high school students in a molecular biology semester long research project


HOME Research Techniques  DNA extraction  Bacterial and yeast transformation  PCR  Agarose gel electrophoresis  Immunoprecipitation  SDS-PAGE and western blotting  Immunofluorescence microscopy  Solution preparation  Also familiar with chemistry techniques such as titration, simple and fractional distillation, thin layer and column chromatography, liquid-liquid extraction, recrystallization, melting and boiling point determination Awards and Certifications  Scripps College Ahmanson Foundation Scholarship for Academic Achievement Recipient, Fall 2016  Program for Responsible and Ethical Preparation As Informed Researchers (PREPAIR) Certification  Scripps College Dean’s List, Spring 2014 and Fall 2016  Scripps College Sands Writing Award Nomination, Research Paper  SERVSAFE California Food Handler Certification  Scripps College Presidential Scholarship Recipient  California State Seal of Biliteracy in Mandarin Additional Experience Barista Sept 2013 - present The Motley Coffeehouse, Scripps College, Claremont, CA  Prepared food and drinks, served customers, and maintained work environment of coffee shop while on shift Lab Preparation Assistant, Introduction to Biological Chemistry Aug 2016 – Dec 2016 Keck Science Department, Scripps College, Claremont, CA  Organized equipment and prepared solutions and other materials for class labs Agricultural Technician II June 2015-Aug 2015 California Department of Food & Agriculture Plant Pest Diagnostic Center Entomology Lab, Sacramento, CA  Received, organized, cataloged, and tracked specimens for Asian Citrus Psyllid program daily  Organized, labelled, cataloged, and mounted specimens in the California State Arthropod Collection Grader, Introduction to Biological Chemistry Sept 2014-Dec 2014 Keck Science Dept, Scripps College, Claremont, CA  Graded biology homework and lab assignments for the course Administrative Assistant, Balch Faculty Office Sept 2013 - Dec 2013 Scripps College, Claremont, CA  Supported faculty by scanning, photocopying, and binding reading materials, fetching mail, and organizing documents Skills  Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook)  Mandarin Chinese proficiency  Typing (60 wpm)


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Education Scripps College Fine Arts Major [drawing + painting]

Claremont, CA 2013 – 2017

Experiences Laguna Art Museum Laguna Beach, CA Educational Intern 2016 (July- August) • Project preparation, art teaching assistance and demonstration for art camps Elements of Art and Foundations of Illustration (ages 9-12) Freelance Art Instructor • • •

Taipei, Taiwan 2016- 2017 Fundamental drawing and painting classes: fostered creativity, artistic expression, and courage to experiment with a myriad of mediums (ages 3-15) Taught modern calligraphy class at Florida Bakery to cookie and cake chiefs Provided step-by-step art instruction to scenic painting as paint night instructor

Claremont, CA Scripps College Student Store Marketing Manager 2015- Present • Promote merchandise through in-store decorations, posters, community events and social media • Two-years cashier experience prior Taipei, Taiwan Taipei American School Art Garden Intern 2015 (Jun-July) • Responsible for maintenance and growth of rooftop garden six days/week, 10-hrs/day • Daily tasks included: watering, uprooting, repotting, trimming, cleaning, planting, and creating art • Weekly photo documentation and blog updates of garden growth Taipei, Taiwan Huilin Home Support Center 惠琳全人成長中心 English Summer Camp Counselor 2016 (May) • Envisioned, planned, and executed an English immersion summer camp for underprivileged children in Taipei city • Activities include: art, sports, music, cooking, and cultural studies Taipei, Taiwan Taipei Visually Impaired Municipal School English Teacher 2008-2012 • Five-year commitment every Friday to provide one-on-one English lessons at Taipei’s Visually Impaired Municipal School. • Fostered close friendships and mentorship relationships with students. Art Awards & Publications • Susan Lautmann Hertel ’52 Memorial Art Scholarship • 2016, “Now Trending” Palos Verdes Art Center’s Biennial Alpay Scholarship Exhibition • 2016 California State Fine Art Exhibition, 2016 • The Scripps College Journal, 2016 • Motley Coffeehouse exhibition, 2016 Skills • Bilingual – Chinese and English (fluent); Korean (conversational) • Adobe Photoshop


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EDUCATION: Scripps College, Claremont, CA. Bachelor of Arts: Linguistics. GPA: 3.7 University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan Study abroad with CET’s Intensive Arabic Language Program,

2013-2017 Spring 2016

EXPERIENCE: Program Assistant – Scripps College Office of Study Abroad and Global Education, Claremont, CA. 2014 – Present Responsible for greeting visitors, answering phones, responding to student questions about programs and applications, social media outreach, designing posters and flyers, planning events including fairs and discussions. PanLex Acquisition Intern – Long Now Foundation, Berkeley, CA. Summer 2016 Worked in the acquisition track of a project dedicated to creating a pan-lingual online dictionary. Helped acquire, evaluate, and catalogue lexical data for assimilation into the PanLex database. Conducted library and Internet research to find sources for more than 45 lesser-known languages. Cashier – Scripps College Student Store, Claremont, CA. Fall 2015 Responsible for customer service, ensuring customers were satisfied with their items, running the store when no other employees were available, stocking and organizing displays. Intern – Endangered Language Fund, New Haven, CT. Summer 2015 Digitized 18 years’ worth of archival materials, identified materials to be put on the organization’s website, copyedited publications, data entry, crosschecked and fact-checked information on file, helped brainstorm website improvements and social media outreach. Social Science Resource Writer – DemiDec Resources, Los Angeles, CA. Summer 2014 Wrote a 90-page study guide for the social science component of Academic Decathlon, conducted and synthesized research from a multitude of primary and secondary sources, met strict writing and editing deadlines.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT: ESL Tutor – 5C Refugee Advocacy Network, Claremont, CA. Participate in drop-in English as a Second Language tutoring for local refugees.

2016 – Present

AWARDS AND HONORS: • • •

Recipient of Scripps Internship Grant, Summer 2016 Dean’s List: 2013-2016 Scripps College Humanities Institute Junior Fellow, Fall 2016

SKILLS: • •

Computer - Mac and Windows proficiency, Microsoft Office, Adobe Suite, Wordpress, Audacity, Praat, Social Media, Digitizing tools Languages - Fluent in French, Proficient in Arabic (Advanced-Mid on ACTFL’s oral proficiency exam)


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Scripps College | Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Biology and minor in Anthropology, Cumulative GPA: 3.6

Graduation: May 2017

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

First Generation @ Scripps Co-Intern, Claremont, CA June 2016 – Present • Coordinating the Pre-Orientation Program for the incoming First-Gen Cohort including social events and academic workshops • Executing year-long programming catered toward all First-Gen cohorts, staff and faculty, including overseeing the student mentor program, coordinating monthly educational workshops and social events and co-authoring monthly newsletters distributed to the greater Claremont community Manager at Scripps Student Store, Claremont, CA September 2015 – Present • Present: Personnel Manager—Coordinating the master schedule, supervising a team of fourteen cashiers and improving staff bonding events. • Past: Customer Relations Manager—Consulted with customers and streamlined logistical processes to expedite mail order purchase fulfillment. Tutor at Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2015 – Present • Providing one-on-one tutoring for seven students taking Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry. Senior Thesis at Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2016 – December 2016 • Investigated and authored a literature-based thesis: Prevention of Chronic Hepatitis B—derived Hepatocellular Carcinoma by Entecavir and Cyclosporin A add-on therapy in Asian Immigrant Communities Undergraduate Research, Claremont, CA January 2015 – December 2015 • Awarded the Environmental Analysis grant to examine the effects of phenol compounds on gene expression, splicing and transcription of yeast cells in Professor Gretchen Edwalds-Gilbert’s biology lab.

LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

Co-Head Sponsor for Asian American Sponsor Program, Claremont, CA September 2015 – May 2016 • Transformed the internal and external structures of the program, controlled logistics and budgeting for the 100-person program. • Facilitated dialogue about social justice issues pertaining to the Asian American identity, orchestrated and marketed extremely well-attended social events • Supervised and supported twelve sponsors and collaborated with other 5C AAPI organizations. Mentor for the First Generation @ Scripps Program, Claremont, CA • Mentored two incoming First-Generation first years at Scripps

September 2014 – May 2016

Sponsor for the Asian American Sponsor Program, Claremont, CA September 2014 – May 2015 • Sponsored and spearheaded programming for first year students who self-identified as Asian American

SKILLS •

Trilingual, fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese

Computer Skills: Excel, PowerPoint, Word, social media (Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, Instagram), HTML


HOME NIKITA A INDUSTRY: Education

EDUCATION Scripps College • Claremont, CA • Expected Graduation Date: May 2017  Bachelor of Arts in Biology, minor in Chicana/Latina Studies WORK/RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Neuroscience Intern—Janssen Pharmaceutical Co. of Johnson & Johnson Summer 2015, 2016  Thesis Project: “Novel Links in the Neuroinflammatory Network: Response of Blood Brain Barrier Cells in the CNS to Pathogens” (December 2016)  Identified new targets in the blood brain barrier that help control neuroinflammation associated with mood disorders  Cultured primary human endothelial cells, astrocytes, and pericytes  Stimulated human cells in vitro with Toll-like receptors and Nod-like receptors and measured immune factor/protein secretion through Luminex assay Research Assistant—Wiley Lab, W.M. Keck Science Center 03/2015 - 05/2016  Explored the role of histone deacetylases in chromatin dynamics  Studied relationships between histone modifications and gene expression using protozoan Tetrahymena thermophila Tutor—Scripps College Academy 08/2015 - 05/2016  Tutored low-income middle school students from Los Angeles in all subjects  Helped students develop study skills necessary for academic success Biology Teaching Fellow—Breakthrough Collaborative Summer 2014  Served as a full-time teacher for low-income middle school students to advance their academic opportunities and launch them on a successful path to college  Developed Biology curricula from scratch, created daily lesson plans and assessments, and led laboratory activities and dissections for students  Inspired college-bound students and increased student awareness of higher education opportunities through college presentations, workshops, and college preparatory classes Research Intern—Kesari Lab, UCSD Moores Cancer Center 12/2011 - 04/2013  Measured cell proliferation and differentiation in Glioblastoma cells and Neural stem cells when stimulated with immunosuppressant and chemotherapy drugs  Processed patient blood plasma, serum, cerebral spinal fluid, and brain tumors RESEARCH TECHNIQUES  Primary cell culture, Luminex Assay, ELISA, RNA Isolation, RNA QC, Flow Cytometry, Gel Electrophoresis, Western Blot, Gene Transformation, PCR, Spectrophotometry ACTIVITIES/VOLUNTEER Co-founder, Head Mentor—South Asian Mentorship Program 08/2015 - present  Further awareness of South Asian issues by organizing cultural, political, social, and educational activities for the 5 college South Asian community


HOME • Serve as a mentor for any South Asian student at the Claremont Colleges • Organized and led a full-time training week for a team of mentors Co-founder—5C DESI Musical Group 08/2016 - present • Perform South Asian musical arrangements across the Claremont Colleges Medical Volunteer—Scripps College Medical Team 08/2015 - present • CPR/First Aid/AED and Triage Certified through the American Heart Association • Assist medical team during emergencies and drills on campus 08/2013 - 05/2016 President, Board Member—Ekta: South Asian Student Association • Led an executive board of officers; Organized cultural outreach events for 250+ members • Fundraised and managed a $12,000 budget for Sanskriti—the largest student-run production at the Claremont Colleges • Established an annual bone marrow drive to increase donor matches in the community • Choreographed and led Bollywood performances for multiple events Sponsor—Asian American Sponsor Program at Scripps College 08/2014 - 05/2015 • Provided academic, social, and emotional support to all incoming AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) students • Conducted workshops, events, and discussions for the AAPI community on campus President, Board of Director—Science Fair Student Advisory Board 2009 - 2013 • Helped organize and operate the Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair • Conducted workshops, mentored students one-on-one on project development, and visited schools to discuss the advantages of participating in Science Fair Medical Volunteer—Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla, CA 2009 - 2013 • Worked in Oncology Wing and Cardiac Center; transported specimens and blood, assisted patients and staff, retrieved supplies, administrative work Choir Leader—Chinmaya Dhvani 2007 - 2013 • Lead youth/adult choir for six years at Chinmaya Mission San Diego AWARDS • National Merit Scholar—National Merit Scholarship Corporation 2013 st 2010, 2011, 2013 • 1 place winner—Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair nd • 2 place winner—Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair 2012 • Accepted into California State Science Fair competition 2011, 2013 • Professional Society Awards—San Diego MENSA, Kaiser Permanente, Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, San Diego County Pharmacists Association 2011, 2012, 2013 • High School Diploma in Social Music—National Guild of Piano 2013 • Certificate of Merit—National Guild Piano Auditions 2003 - 2013 st • 1 place winner—Bhagavad Geeta Chanting competition 2005 - 2010 SKILLS • Organizational Leadership, Written/Conversational Spanish Language Proficiency, CPR/First Aid/AED Certified, Triage Training, Classroom Management, Prism, MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Teal Dot Sexual Assault Prevention, Ally Training


HOME ADRIAN B

INDUSTRY: Education EDUCATION Scripps College; Claremont, CA. Bachelor of Arts (anticipated May 2017) Major: Biochemistry University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, UK (Spring 2016)

EXPERIENCE Research Assistant at Keck Science Department Claremont, California (2015-Present) Conduct independent research in molecular biology under the advisement of Professor Edwalds-Gilbert. Investigated the effect of various phenols on stress responses within cells. Designed and carried out lab protocols and was responsible for independently generating consistent and publishable data. Organic Chemistry Teaching Assistant at Keck Science Department Claremont, California (2016-Present) Assist organic chemistry students with lab work. Create a safe working environment and assist students with grasping material. Hold office hours to answer questions, and grade lab materials. Molecular Biology Teaching Assistant at Keck Science Department Claremont, California (2016-Present) Assist students with molecular biology lab. Prepare reagents and other materials, and oversee students and answer questions as they conduct the lab. Assist with general understanding of laboratory procedures and general molecular biology concepts. Scripps College Academy Teaching Assistant Scripps College Claremont, California (Fall 2015) Collaborated with PI to develop a semester-long curriculum to introduce 5 high achieving underrepresented high school students to a molecular biology lab as part of the Math and Science Scholars Program. Taught proper lab safety techniques as well as fundamental molecular biology tools. Supported students in the development of final presentation. Organic Chemistry Lab Assistant at Keck Science Department Claremont, California (Fall 2015) Prepared solutions, solvents, and unknowns for the organic chemistry lab course. Enacted proper lab safety techniques while handling large quantities of hazardous materials. Successfully synthesized accurate reagents for use in experimentation. Assistant Curator at Claremont Colleges Library Special Collections Claremont, California (2013 - Present) Took inventory of materials and worked with students in research projects. Create metadata for various forms of media such as audio files, and photographs. Keck Science General Chemistry 14 Tutor Keck Science Department Claremont, California (2014 - 2015) Assisted students in their understanding of the material for general chemistry, help students prepare for upcoming exams, and answer questions regarding problem sets, labs, and general understanding of current material. Keck Science General Chemistry 14 Lab Teaching Assistant Keck Science Department Claremont, California(Fall 2014) Assisted general chemistry students in their lab. Create a safe working environment and offer correction where appropriate. Answered questions regarding the lab, and graded lab reports. Staples Customer Service Associate Phoenix, Arizona (Summer 2014) Assisted customers with finding and purchasing desired products. Ensured customers left satisfied with their purchases.

PRESENTATIONS The effect of phenolic stress on the unfolded protein response of ergosterol deletion mutants of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Edwalds-Gilbert, Gretchen. Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research (Fall 2015) Membrane fluidity and its effect on Ire1 clustering in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Edwalds-Gilbert, Gretchen. The Allied Genetics Conference 2016 (Summer 2016) Membrane fluidity and its effect on Ire1 clustering in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Edwalds-Gilbert, Gretchen. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Undergraduate Research Presentations (Fall 2016) The ERG2 gene is necessary for the optimal function of the Unfolded Protein Response after phenol stress, Edwalds-Gilbert, Gretchen. American Society for Cell Biology Annual Conference (Invited-Winter 2016)

SKILLS Computer Aeon Library Systems, Archivists Toolkit, BLAST, ApE, Finch, Quast, Rasta Laboratory Culture growth; yeast and bacterial transformations; RNA, protein, and plasmid purifications; ReverseTranscriptase PCR; Southern blots, primer design, fluorescence microscopy, immune-precipitation, western blot


HOME MARY C

INDUSTRY: Education

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA

May 2017

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art History Current GPA: 3.67 Senior thesis: exploring the display of contemporary art within white cube gallery spaces specifically MOMA, Dia: Beacon and the New Museum. Course work includes modern European, medieval European, Japanese prints, arts in China, art since 1989, Native American art, modern architecture and sustainability, courses in computer science and art conservation. University College London

Spring, 2016

Study abroad semester at the University College London in London, England studying art history. Course work included questions of feminism in contemporary art, Renaissance sculpture, and art in early modern Europe.

Professional Experience Wilson Intern, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College

Fall, 2016 - Present

Work includes organizing and cataloguing the permanent collection, helping prepare for upcoming exhibitions, planning an exhibition in the spring and presenting to a board of collectors desired additions to the collection. This year’s work will be culminated into a report written in the spring. Archives Intern, Brooklyn Academy of Art

Summer, 2016

Worked with BAM historical material, cataloguing significant pieces in Collective Access. Experience reading BAM’s Retention Guide, using archival language to distinguish the significance of material to determine what to discard. Teaching Artist Apprentice, Main Line Art Center

Summer, 2014

Worked as Teaching Artist Apprentice at Main Line Art Center in Haverford, Pennsylvania. Observed and facilitated artistic lesson plans for elementary aged school children ages 6-12. Intern at the City of Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program

Spring, 2013

Helped with office work, worked in archives for exhibit displayed at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and painted mural with participants of the restorative justice program.

Leadership Skills Peer Mentor, Scripps College President, Scripps College Art Collective

Skills Technical: Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Collective Access Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Language: Conversational Spanish, Introductory French

2014-2015 2015-2017


HOME JENNIE F

INDUSTRY: Education

WORK EXPERIENCE Democratic Party of Virginia, Organizer, Henrico, VA Aug 2016 – Nov 2016 • Recruited and trained more than 200 volunteers to register voters, canvass, and phonebank to increase voter turnout for the Clinton/Kaine presidential race and for state and local Democratic candidates • Executed a successful Get Out The Vote campaign to increase voter turnout in Henrico, helping to bring the county and state to a Democratic victory • Worked extensively with VAN to support a data-driven and metrics-based program, with data entry, virtual phonebanks, and cutting canvassing turf • Trained campaign Fellows in leading phonebanks and canvass events, training volunteers, and using VAN Matt Dunne for Governor, Volunteer, White River Junction, VT July 2016 – Aug 2016 • Phonebanked using CallFire, entered data in VoteBuilder, and worked at community events with campaign team The Secular Student Alliance at the Claremont Colleges (SSA), Founder and President Apr 2014 – May 2016 • Established first local SSA chapter to provide an intellectual, social, and activist community for humanists, atheists, and agnostics • As President, planned and led weekly meetings of 20-40 students with discussions, guest speakers, and social engagement; organized weekly dinners, small-group discussion meetings, and campus-wide events • Collaborated with SSA Regional Campus Organizer to plan Southwest Secular Student Con (2015), bringing together college students and nationally renowned speakers for a weekend of lectures and workshops Modern Languages Resource Center (MLRC), Tutor and Manager, Scripps College Sept 2013 – May 2016 • As Manager (2013-2015), managed team of 8 language tutors and assisted MLRC Director in shift schedule, tutor resources, MLRC social media outlets, and website development in Wordpress • As Tutor (2015-2016), tutored 2-5 drop-in students weekly in Spanish and French; assisted students and faculty in using MLRC computer software and audio/visual resources New Student Program, Team Leader and Peer Mentor, Scripps College Aug 2013 – May 2014 • Led and advised dorm team of 4 Peer Mentors and worked closely with group of 7 individual students, assisting with academic, social, and emotional matters • Mentored and provided support for all 30 first-years in dorm; organized monthly dorm events to foster supportive dorm community for all students Institute for Study Abroad, Butler Univ. (IFSA), Global Ambassador, Scripps College Sept 2015 – Jan 2016 • Worked with IFSA Field Director for California; assisted at Scripps Study Abroad Fair • Organized study abroad info session for first-year Scripps students and wrote for IFSA Alumni Blog Taller de Acción Comunitaria (TAC), Activity Leader, Valparaíso, Chile Feb 2015 – July 2015 • Volunteered with 5-member team at TAC, a grassroots organization that works with at-risk youth, to plan and lead a weekly 1.5-hour activity with a kindergarten class on environmental sustainability, in Spanish Chaparral Elementary School, Student Teacher, Claremont, CA Sept 2013 – Dec 2013 • Co-taught two half-hour French lessons with peer each week to 34 fifth-grade students as part of the Scripps class Foreign Language Teaching Clinic; created original class syllabus and lesson plans for each class period LANGUAGES:

Spanish (Advanced), French (Advanced)

SKILLS: VAN, Qualtrics Online Survey Software, SPSS (statistical analysis and reporting software), Wordpress EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2016 Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with focus on Secular Studies, minor in Foreign Languages, GPA 3.96 New Generation Scholarship recipient (four-year full scholarship) and Dean’s List (four years) Senior Thesis, Sociology: “Liberal Arts, Religion, and Irreligion: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of Student Religiosity and Secularity at the Claremont Colleges” (Thesis Advisor: Phil Zuckerman, PhD) IFSA-Butler Chilean Universities Program, Valparaíso, Chile Feb 2015 – July 2015


HOME KATHRYN K

INDUSTRY: Education

Education BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MATHEMATICS | MAY 2016 | SCRIPPS COLLEGE, CLAREMONT, CA · Thesis: At the Intersection of Math and Art: An Exploration of the Fourth Dimension, Non-Euclidean Geometry, and Chaos

· GPA: 3.64 – Recipient of the James E. Scripps Merit Scholarship – Cum Laude

Related Experience

MATH GRADER | SCRIPPS COLLEGE | SEPTEMBER 2015 – DECEMBER 2015 · Graded homework assignments and provided written feedback on errors in mathematical proof writing BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INTERN | GREEN FOREST CAR WASH | MAY 2015 – AUGUST 2015 · Gathered, cross-referenced, and analyzed data on the performance of all car wash locations · Provided recommendations for policy changes based on data analysis · Assisted in the research and development of new car wash locations

MATH TUTOR | SCRIPPS COLLEGE | SEPTEMBER 2013 – MAY 2014 · Provided math tutoring for fellow students in one-on-one situations and group sessions

· Built a relationship with students in one-on-one sessions and tailored my approach to meet their specific needs · Maintained focus on multiple students and disparate subjects simultaneously in group tutoring sessions MARKETING CONSULTANT | RADIUS | SEPTEMBER 2013 – FEBRUARY 2014

· Continued work from summer internship to provide data analysis for the Radius marketing team

MARKETING INTERN | RADIUS | JUNE 2013 – AUGUST 2013

· Efficiently used a “big data” database to gather data on businesses

· Analyzed data and determined the best application of data to content marketing

· Created content marketing materials, including articles, infographics, social media posts, and slideshows NATIONAL COMPETITOR | DECA | SPRING 2010 – SPRING 2012

· Worked independently and in small teams to write and present marketing plans at national competitions

Skills & Abilities

MICROSOFT WORD, POWERPOINT, EXCEL, AND OUTLOOK · Experienced with equations for manipulating data and methods for organizing data · Skilled in creating aesthetically pleasing and readable graphs, charts, and tables WRITING AND EDITING

· Significant experience with technical and persuasive writing through internships and coursework · Skilled editor with an emphasis on efficiency and attention to detail

SELF-STARTER

· Experienced with producing results in a timely fashion under little direct supervision

· Able to effectively communicate results to coworkers and incorporate independent work into larger team projects


HOME ELIZABETH L

EDUCATION

INDUSTRY: Education

Scripps College—Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology • Senior Thesis: “Sexual Education and Agency Culture at the Claremont Colleges” • Coursework: The Newspaper Op-Ed, International Journalism, Writing for Social Change • Dean’s List Fall 2013

May 2016

WORK EXPERIENCE Institutional Advancement Summer Intern , Scripps College Career Planning & Resources

May 2016-August 2016 Constructed targeted emails to students, drafted letters and website updates, formatted community newsletters. Researched companies and employers, wrote position descriptions, and posted job/internship listings on our portal. Created visual and digital marketing materials promoting our staff, services, and resources, and updated social media. Provided administrative assistance and customer service, answered phone calls, scheduled meetings, and input data. Summer Conference Assistant, Scripps College Public Events May 2015-August 2015, May 2016August 2016 • Assisted planning and hosting events, including weddings, alumnae events, music workshops, and academic programs. • Wrote instructional materials, organized office records, created signs/documents, and completed research projects. • Organized staffing schedules, set up physical layouts, served as on-call liaison, and performed on-site tasks as needed. • Collaborated with and delegated tasks among team of 5-6 and communicated with other campus departments. Career Consultant, Scripps College Career Planning & Resources August 2015-May 2016 • Reviewed resumes, cover letters, and personal statements for undergraduate students of various fields of study. Advised students on enhancing their application materials and career searches based on individual goals and strengths. • Co-moderated “Breaking the Glass Ceiling” Panel and served as student rep. for Internship Grant Review Committee. • Designed sandwich boards, wrote marketing and promotional material, and created running slideshows. • Completed various administrative tasks as needed, including scheduling, answering phones, organizing, emails. • • • •

WRITING & EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE

Staff Writer, The Student Life—Claremont, CA, Student-Run College Newspaper

September 2015-December 2015 • Wrote weekly articles, covering sexual assault policies, student social justice initiatives, and institutional expansion. • Communicated with editors and co-writers; conducted research and interviews with administration, students, etc. Copy Editor, The Scripps Voice—Claremont, CA, Student-Run College Newspaper September 2014-May 2015 • Edited 4-5 articles per biweekly issue for mechanical errors, organizational structure, and clarity using AP style. • Reviewed content with attention to paper’s emphasis on intersectional feminist representation of student voices. Staff Writer, The Scripps Voice—Claremont, CA, Student-Run College Newspaper September 2012-May 2015 • Wrote 1-2 articles per biweekly issue, including reports on campus events such as performances, gallery openings, guest speakers, and alumnae highlights as well as various op-eds on trigger warnings, feminism, social justice, etc. • Maintained a regular film column, reviewing Netflix streaming recommendations and award season nominations. • Planned stories, connected with sources, and revised articles in collaboration with editors.

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Competitive Partnerships Organizer—Claremont, CA November 2014-January 2016 • Supported independent competitive ballroom dancing community (approx. 40 members) by working in team of 4-6 to organize professional and peer training, group practices, and competition logistics, managing multiple projects at once. • Facilitated communication among dancers, maintained social media groups and relationships with professional coaches, encouraged positive participation through peer training and team-building events. • Applied for various funding opportunities and collected donations to cover shoes, costumes, and registration needs. • Participated in three-time winning formation routine of 10 dancers, practicing 6-12 hours per week independently.

SKILLS & INTERESTS •

Experience with WordPress, MyEmma, Formstack, Asana, Adobe InDesign, iMovie, Microsoft Office Suite. Company dancer with VISIONS Contemporary Ballet—New York, NY (Fall 2016)


HOME LEONIDA R

INDUSTRY: Education

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry • Thesis: Analysis of Base Stacking Effect on DNA Duplex Stability Using Circular Dichroism and UV/Visible Spectroscopy DIS in Copenhagen, Denmark August 2015 – December 2015 • Biomedicine: Biotechnology and Drug Development Core Course LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE First-Generation @ Scripps Intern Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2015 - Current • Worked in with a team that consisted of another student intern, two faculty members, and two staff members to create programs for the First-Generation students at Scripps College • Programmed 1 education and 1 social event and produced a newsletter to the Scripps community every month during the academic year • Planned a 3-day pre-orientation program and mentor program for incoming first-years as well as a retreat for entire First-Generation community Admission Office Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – Current • Lead Admission Ambassador: Supervised and managed a team of 12 Admission Ambassadors • Admission Ambassador: Gave tours to prospective students and families as well as managed student volunteers during school year to host and interact with prospective students • Tour Guide: Gave two tours per week to prospective students, families, and college counselors Wanawake Wesusi Vice President Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – May 2015 • Coordinated and conducted weekly meetings for students who identify with being of African decent • Plan 10 programs for the Black community and other marginalized students in the Claremont Colleges • Overlooked 4 student committees during Black History Month which planned 4 separate events MENTORING/TEACHING EXPERIENCE First-Generation Mentor Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Conducted weekly meeting with 2 first generation students at Scripps • Attended bi-weekly meetings with first generation co-interns

August 2014 – December 2014

Aim High Teaching Intern Lick-Wilmerding High School, San Francisco, CA June 2014 - August 2014 • Created and taught a lesson plan in human biology for 60 seventh grade students who were predominantly students of color from working class families • Collaborated with other educators to create 6 events over the course of 5 weeks LAB AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Howard Hughes Medical Institute Grant Recipient W.M Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges May 2016-August 2016 • Conducted research under Mary Hatcher-Skeers to fulfill senior thesis project • Investigated the effects of base stacking to DNA duplex stability • 30 hours a week in lab in addition to reading multiple scientific articles a week • Gained proficiency in using a UV/Vis Spectrometer and treatment of DNA samples


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General Chemistry Lab Teaching Assistant for Post-Baccalaureate Program W.M Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges • Assisted 20 post-baccalaureate students in the lab component of General Chemistry • Graded pre-lab and post-lab reports and performed other administrative tasks

July 2016

Organic Chemistry Lab Teaching Assistant W.M Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges January 2016/2017 – May 2016/2017 • Assisted 18 students once every two weeks in the lab component of Organic Chemistry • Held office hours for students when lab was not held that week • Graded pre-lab and post-lab reports and edited a full lab report Promoting Underrepresented Minorities Advancing in the Sciences (PUMAS) Intern Gladstone Institute, San Francisco, CA June 2015 – August 2015 • Worked in the Stem Cell Core lead by Kathryn Ivey on the Cardiovascular Disease Department • Worked with a research assistant and graduate student on 3D cell culture of mouse embryonic stem cells • Ensured the Stem Cell Core was fully stocked and maintained Introductory to Biological Chemistry Lab Teaching Assistant and Tutor W.M. Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges • Assisted 23 students once a week in the lab component of class • Tutored 3 students privately on lecture and lab material

August 2014 – December 2014

DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE EXPERIENCE Admission Advisory Board Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – Current • Worked with the Admission Office to create better practice to recruit more underrepresented students • Volunteered for various events for prospective and admitted students Scripps College Academy Lab Assistant for Math and Science Scholars Program Scripps College, Claremont, CA October 2016 – November 2016 • Supervised 4 students in a month-long research project on bomb calorimetry and food chemistry • Students in this program were from underrepresented backgrounds in STEM Summer Science Immersion Program Mentor W.M Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges • Mentored and served as a Resident Advisor for 30 incoming first-years • Assisted professors in supervising students in the lab as well as in the field • Students identify with underrepresented backgrounds

August 2014, August 2016

Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment (SCORE) Leadership Council Member Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – May 2015 • Met bi-weekly with leaders of other affinity group on campus and form coalitions with these group • Programmed 2 events with other organizations for marginalized groups on Scripps’ campus SKILLS • Public Speaking, Collaboration, Team Management, Critical Thinking, Adaptability


HOME CHARLOTTE S INDUSTRY: Education

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May, 2016  Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science; minor in Hispanic Studies; Dean’s list  GPA: 11.265/12.000 (cum laude)  Thesis (honors): The effects of light pollution on the foraging behavior of Calypte anna and Selasphorus sasin  Member of Sigma Delta Pi (National Spanish Honor Society) SIT Study Abroad: School for International Learning, Quito, Ecuador  Academic semester abroad studying Comparative Ecology and Conservation  Published a report detailing the results of my Independent Study Project: Taking Root: Effective Methods for Active Forest Regeneration (ISBN 978-3-659-92426-2) Related Experience SAT/ACT Teacher, Kaplan, Amherst, MA Aug, 2016 - present  Completed 25-hour training to learn teaching skills, methods, expectations, and resources  Teach pre-college students SAT/ACT standardized test prep in classroom and one-on-one setting  Create a focused and engaging learning environment with clear, fair expectations  Maintain frequent communication with students, monitor progress and set goals to ensure success  Represent Kaplan with professionally at all times, work with integrity, and prepare thoroughly Academic Tutor, Scripps College, Claremont, CA Sept, 2014 – May, 2016  Tutored university students in Biology, Environmental Analysis, Oceanography  Organized and planned one-on-one weekly tutoring sessions for up to 3 students a semester  Built rapport with students to accommodate individual needs and learning styles  Encouraged students to set goals, recognize areas for improvement, and celebrate achievement  Helped develop effective study habits and test-taking skills Honors senior thesis, Scripps College, Claremont, CA Sept, 2015 – April, 2016  Collaborated with a PhD professor to plan, organize, and conduct field research to determine effects of light pollution on the foraging behavior of two species of hummingbirds  Collected data using camera traps to capture feed timing in various light-polluted environments, compared to a control  Analyzed results using Excel and R for statistical computing and presented my results in a written thesis report and poster presentation Research Assistant, Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA Sept, 2013 – Dec, 2015  Awarded funding by the Scripps College Research in Environmental Analysis Research & Pre-Thesis Fellowship to monitor the recovery of a plant community following a wildfire  Collected data under direction of a PhD professor, managed data in a large Excel file, and performed statistical analysis  Wrote a scientific report and presented results at the Keck Science Research Symposium Activity Leader, Embassy Summer Academy, Kingham Hill, Oxfordshire, UK Jun – Jul, 2015  Motivated and engaged international students, aged 7-16, in a variety of art and sport activities  Led a group of up to 12 students on educational tourist excursions and walking tours  Monitored student behavior to uphold a safe and inclusive environment


HOME  Trained, planned, and set goals for improvement on a team of up to 20 in weekly staff meetings Research Fellow, Keck Science Center, Firestone Reserve, Costa Rica Jun – Jul, 2014  Awarded $4000 from the W. M. Keck Summer Research Fellowship  Surveyed topographically to track the spatial ecology and foraging area of Attine “leaf-cutter” ants, mapped data, & presented results at the Keck Science Research Symposium Field Manager, Environment New York, New York City, NY May – Jul, 2013  Canvassed to 100+ people/day to educate on local political, environmental issues and recruit paying members to support the organization’s campaign to ban fracking in New York state  Organized and enacted campaign actions including phone banks, petitions, and letters to the press  Trained and supported new employees, managed teams of up to 4, and handled daily monetary intake English Teacher, Breakthrough Austin, Austin, TX May – Aug, 2011  Completed 2 week teacher training program for effective classroom leadership and mentoring underprivileged middle school students to help bridge the achievement gap and prepare for college  Taught 2 summer school English classes to 30 students, focusing on skills in essay writing, reading comprehension, textual analysis, study habits, physical activity, and art  Collaborated on a team of 4 teachers weekly to develop lesson plans and evaluate student progress  Mentored an advisor group of 6 students daily with individual check-ins and group bonding activities Other Experience Room attendant, The Lord Jeffery Inn, Amherst, MA Sept, 2016 - present  Clean and prepare guest rooms thoroughly and efficiently to five-star standard  In each room, make beds, vacuum, dust, sanitize, mop & restock bathroom  Collaborate as a team to divide tasks and efficiently complete daily duties Volunteer, Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms, Dordogne, France June, 2015  Worked at a Bed & Breakfast to clean and prepare rooms, welcome and care for guests, and prepare and serve breakfast daily  Assisted in general upkeep of the building and grounds, maintained organic vegetable garden and tended to horse stable Feb – May, 2015 Academic Semester Abroad, SIT Study Abroad, Ecuador  Lived with a host family in Quito and took classes in Tropical Ecology, Conservation, and Spanish  Studied conservation and conducted biological fieldwork in the Cloud Forest, Amazon Rainforest, Páramo highlands, and the Galápagos Islands  Planned and conducted research for one month in the cloud forest to study responsible land management of retired pastureland in the cloud forest  Wrote and published a report focusing on the most successful reforestation techniques Photographer, La Sameuse Yearbook, Scripps College, Claremont, CA Sept, 2015 – Feb, 2016  Photographed sports games, performances, events, and portraits using a DSLR camera  Conducted interviews and wrote a spread on international students Intern, Plant Justice, Claremont, CA Sept – Dec, 2014  Developed lesson plans, discussions, activities, and projects for an after-school program of 10-15 students attending a continuation high school  Strove to achieve a welcoming, supportive, and inclusive space centered around fun and learning  Facilitated group discourse on environmental justice, food justice, and political organizing  Motivated students to engage in political action that addressed important issues in their community


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Microsoft Office, ArcGIS, Compass mapping software, “R” for statistical computing Proficient in reading, writing, and communicating in Spanish Creative and scientific writing, especially formal reports including statistical analysis and results Strong communicator, flexible, teamwork, efficient under pressure, time management, organized


HOME JULIA T

INDUSTRY: Education EDUCATION Scripps College: Claremont, California Bachelor of Arts in History, Minor in Environmental Analysis Cumulative GPA: 3.65; Dean’s List, Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 School for International Training International Honors Program, Climate Change: Vietnam, Morocco, and Bolivia WORK EXPERIENCE Senior Interviewer, Scripps College Office of Admission, Claremont, CA • Interview prospective students, evaluate student fit, and file interview reports about each candidate.

Expected May 2017

February 2016-May 2016

August 2016-December 2016

Talent Acquisition Development Program Intern, Amazon, Seattle, WA June 2016-August 2016 • Sourced and assessed engineering and technical talent for the Amazon Prime Air team; completed intensive recruiter training. • Presented diversity recruiting recommendations and research to Amazon Talent Acquisition executives. June 2015-August 2015 Features Intern, Marie Claire Magazine, New York, NY • Pitched and published stories on MarieClaire.com. • Selected to fill in as the Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief; managed EIC Anne Fulenwider's schedule and communicated with masthead editors and staff members to coordinate meetings and editorial decisions. • Conducted interview for feature article; provided research, fact checked, and transcribed interviews for feature print articles. • Drafted and edited captions and titles for three editions of the @Work Tech page; proposed themes and products to editors. Senior Development Manager, The Student Life, Claremont, CA September 2015- Present The Student Life is the weekly print and online newspaper of the Claremont Colleges. • Write investigative and feature pieces; work with Senior Staff members to develop digital presence and reader engagement. • Interviewed staff and wrote twelve complete guides for each editor position, to provide guidance to incoming editors. Editor-in-Chief December 2014 May 2015 ● Managed 120 + staff members and led workshops, meetings, and production of the weekly print edition. ● Made final editing decisions regarding all content and production aspects of the weekly newspaper. ● Organized journalism panel with participants from The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and The Chicago Tribune. ● Developed plans for and led launch of customized website; oversaw an increase in visual storytelling on print and online platforms. Managing Editor August 2014-December 2014 ● Edited and oversaw production of the Life & Style and Sports sections of the newspaper. Life & Style Section Editor February 2014-May 2014 ● Researched and pitched all Life & Style topics for each week’s section; independently managed 15 person reporting staff. January 2014-January 2016 Editorial Assistant, Vela Magazine Vela Magazine is an online magazine of creative non-fiction, written by women and inspired by travel. ● Researched and managed daily posts to Facebook and Twitter feeds; in one year, saw 1,000+ increase in Twitter followers. ● Strategized and assisted in organizing Kickstarter campaign in the fall of 2014 to raise $20k for magazine expansion. ● Read manuscripts and provided commentary; collaborated with professional women journalists to increase site traffic. June 2014-August 2014 Research Intern, Lis Wiehl Books, New York, NY Lis Wiehl is an author, lawyer, and broadcast journalist focusing on current legal topics. ● Conducted research on legal topics for Wiehl’s on air, broadcasted segments; presented potential angles for arguments. ● Proposed and carried out two Q&A series with legal experts on juvenile justice and police violence as part of Wiehl’s blog. Journalism Intern, The Borgen Project June 2014-August 2014 The Borgen Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to advocating for poverty reduction legislation. ● Wrote 3-4 articles per week for Borgen Magazine on international markets and politics. ● Selected to make presentation about story on Sierra Leone to 500-person team during weekly national conference call. On-Air News Reporter, KSPC 88.7 FM, Claremont, CA KPSC 88.7 FM is the non-profit, student radio of the Claremont Colleges. • Crafted news reports and used studio equipment to report upon local and national news on-air.

January 2014-May 2014

AWARDS, HONORS AND SKILLS Selected to attend University of California, Berkeley Advanced Oral History Summer Institute; Mellon Research Award Recipient. Fluent in AP Style; Proficient in Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, WordPress, Twitter, Facebook. Spanish language: Professional working knowledge.


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INDUSTRY: Education

EDUCATION

Scripps College – Claremont, CA August 2013 - May 2017 Bachelor of Arts Psychology; Minor: Media Studies GPA: 3.9 • Relevant Coursework: Statistics, Research Methods, Psychological Statistics, Abnormal Psychology, Psychology of Women, Psychology and Law, Cognitive Development, Relationships and Psychopathology Seminar. • Awards: Deans List (2014-2016)

EXPERIENCE

Teaching Assistant—Claremont, CA Teaching Assistant for Research Methods Class at Scripps College • Assists the Professor with creating assignments and lesson plans. • Holds office hours to help students with their course work.

August 2016– Present

Research Assistant – Claremont, CA August 2015– Present Research Assistant for Professor Hartley’s Neuroscience Lab • Assists the investigator and lab manager in recruiting participants and conducting EEG tests with participants. Research Intern—New York, NY June 2016– August 2016 Research Intern at The Seaver Center at Mount Sinai Hospital • Assisted the research coordinators and doctors in data entry, assessment, and patient care. Social Work Intern—New York, NY June 2016– August 2016 Social Work Intern at Mount Sinai Hospital • Assisted the Pediatric Oncology Social Workers and team in facilitating patient care, helped parents and children understand the treatment they were undergoing. Planned Parenthood Recovery Assistant—New York, NY June 2016– August 2016 Planned Parenthood Recovery Assistant at the Planned Parenthood Health Center • Assisted the nurses in providing emotional and physical care to the patients and assisted patients in understanding their procedure. Hospital Intern, Pediatric Cardiology– New York, NY June 2012– August 2012 Hospital intern with social work department • Worked with and supported children in waiting room until parents’ or siblings’ operations were finished • Organized and marketed an event for pediatric cardiology patients—handled fundraising, program content, etc.

LEADERSHIP

Founder and President of Planned Parenthood Club Leader and founder of Planned Parenthood club on campus Youth Power Summit with Planned Parenthood Club Leader and campus facilitator Life and Style Writer – Claremont, CA Investigator and Writer for Student Life Paper

SKILLS AND INTERESTS

• Technical: Microsoft Office, Photoshop, SPSS, Data entry with VAN • Interests: Clinical Psychology, Fitness, Campus Organizing, and Women’s Health

September 2015 – Present October 2016 September 2014 – May 2015


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INDUSTRY: Engineering EDUCATION__________________________________________________________________________________ Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts: Physics Major, GPA: 3.66 • Dean’s List, Scripps College, Spring 2014- Spring 2015, Spring 2016 University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland September 2015-December 2015 • Study Abroad Fall 2015 Catalina Foothills High School, Tucson, AZ May 2013 • AP Scholar with Distinction, The College Board, 2013 • Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, Catalina Foothills High School, 2013 • Outstanding Senior Science Award, Catalina Foothills High School, 2013 • Scholar-Activity Award: Band, Catalina Foothills High School, 2013 • Student Athlete Award: Cross Country, Arizona Interscholastic Association, 2009 WORK EXPERIENCE__________________________________________________________________________ Math Grader, Scripps College, Claremont, CA January 2016-Present • Graded student homework for Differential Equation class 6 hours a week (Spring 2016) • Grade student homework for Linear Algebra class 6 hours a week (Fall 2016) Media Services Intern, Scripps College Information Technology, Claremont, CA August 2014-Present • Work the front desk answering calls, reviewing the calendar, checking equipment in and out • Assist presenters with technical issues, set up recordings, set up projector and computer for presentation SULI Intern, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO June 2016-August 2016 • Funded through DOE’s SULI program to conduct research in the Material Science Group full time • Studied water vapor sorption performance of desiccants • Independently trouble-shot and repaired an ICP-MS and created instructions for use Physics Tutor, Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA September 2014-May 2016 • Tutored students in General Physics through drop-in tutoring 3 hours a week. Environmental Summer Research Fellow, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR June-August 2015 • Funded through an NSF REU program to conduct research in Geraldine Richmond Lab full time • Studied the air-water interface of CO 2 uptake using aqueous monoethanolamine (MEA) • Ran population density, molecular orientation, and spectroscopic computations of aqueous MEAH+ • Measured surface tension of the MEA-CO 2 reaction • Presenting findings at American Chemical Society meeting in March 2016 Dorm Consultant Intern, Scripps College Information Technology, Claremont, CA August 2014-May 2015 • Set up computers to connect to school Wi-Fi, printers, and server full time for new student orientation week • Responsible for maintaining functionality of dorm computer laboratories • Execute troubleshooting for dorm printers and computers to maximize efficiency Junior Counselor and Counselor in Training, Fenster Ranch Summer Camp, Tucson, AZ May 2007-August 2012 • Taught art, ropes course skills, sports, swimming, and lifestyle skills full time ACTIVITIES___________________________________________________________________________________ • Challah For Hunger, Volunteer, Finance Manager, Finance Coordinator, Ingredient Manager, 2013-Present • 5C Animal Shelter Volunteer Program, Volunteer, 2014-2016 • Holden Village, Trails Assistant, 2014 • Amigos de las Américas, Volunteer and Route Leader, 2011-2013 • Foothills Falcon Marching Band, Mellophone Performer, 2008-2013 • Wind Ensemble, French Horn Performer 2008-2013 • Cross Country, Varsity Runner 2008-2013, Co-Captain 2013 • Track and Field, Runner 2009-2012 SKILLS _______________________________________________________________________________________ • Language Skills: Conversational and written Spanish • Computer Skills: Microsoft Office, MATLAB, R, Maple 18, Python, SolidWorks, SimaPro


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Sharon K

Amanda L

Caroline N

Iman S

Samantha S

Isabella R

Sabra S

Lauren C

Megan T

Alicia B

Amelia H

Katie S

Monika L

Abigail M

Grace P

Sawyer H

Isabel V

Julia T

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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio) EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont CA

Expected May 2017

Major in Interdisciplinary Studies in Culture, Minor in Italian • Cumulative GPA — 3.92 • Dean’s List 2013–2015

Brown University, Bologna, Italy — Semester Abroad, Jan-June 2016 WORK EXPERIENCE Facilitation Intern, StoryCenter, Berkeley CA

June-Aug 2016 • Taught the elements of filmmaking: use of image, editing, language/prose, sound & music, and personal voice. • Facilitated Digital Storytelling Workshops: Assisted participants with personal narrative script writing and video editing. Provided general hands-on technical and emotional support.

Project Manager, Undergraduate Virtual Reality Project, Scripps College, Claremont CA

Sept-Dec 2016 • Managed a team of 8 undergraduates, facilitating communication skills and creating efficiency. • Utilized online organizational platforms Asana, Slack, and Google Docs to outline tasks, progress, & team updates. • Developed research about new digital tools for presenting academic work.

Lead Instructor in Digital Music Production, Galileo Learning, Lafayette CA

June-July 2015 • Implemented curriculum for Arts and Sciences camp for middle school age. Created classroom community culture. • Refined skills for effective communication with staff, parents, and kids.

Assist. Summer Program Director, Brushstrokes Pottery Inc., Berkeley CA

June-Aug 2014 • Designed and developed curriculum for Summer arts program for ages 3-5. • Facilitated arts curriculum, kept campers engaged, multitasked. Was primary contact for parents during the week, learned to communicate effectively.

AWARDS & GRANTS

Ament Scholars Award Recipient, Scripps College

Academic Year 2015

• Selected by Humanities faculty as rising senior excelling in Humanities research

Mellon Undergraduate Research in the Humanities & Social Sciences Grant Recipient, Scripps College

June-Aug 2016 Developed research and inquiry skills through the process of interviews, field notes, and observations through Internship at • StoryCenter. • Explored the artistic processes through which individuals articulate, share, and re-define their own narratives; and the benefits of this media creation for participating communities.

SKILLS Languages: Conversational fluency in Italian Computer Skills: Premiere Pro • WeVideo • Digital Performer • Garageband • Mac and PC proficient Leadership: Collective Songwriting Workshop facilitation • Radio DJ at KSPC Claremont 88.7fm• Musical media campaign in support of Black Lives Matter. — References available upon request —


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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)

Education

Scripps College | 2013-Present |

Questbridge Scholarship recipient Major: Dance (Performance and Choreography) Minor: Media Studies (Critical Film Studies) Spring Senior Thesis

Skills & Abilities

Computer Skills: Microsoft Office, iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Final Cut X, Adobe Premiere CS6, Adobe Premiere Pro CC (editing software) Database: CMS Data Entry, Footprints IT Helpdesk

Experience

Dance Media Assistant | Scripps College | September 9 2016-Present

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Suggested and implemented changes to Dance Department website Produced promotional videos for department Worked with Adobe Premiere and Word Press

Video Intern | Bates Dance Festival | July 4-August 9 2016

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Recorded performances and classes, as well as conducted interviews Edited class and interview footage for promotional/archival purposes Worked with Final Cut X

Archives and Preservation Intern | American Dance Festival | June 1- July 26 2015

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Assisted festival videographer at performances Edited and copied performance DVD’s for students, companies, and archives collection Worked with older recording and editing systems (DVD Video Recorder, Beta Max) Worked with Adobe Premiere Pro CC

IT Intern | Scripps College | January 2014-Present

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Managed the front desk to field phone calls Dealt with varied technical computer issues and reimaged computers Data entry Oversaw toner inventory/stock

Kumon Assistant Manager | Kumon Learning Center | June 2012-August 2013; May 2014-August 2014

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Tutoring children in reading and math Data entry, Inventory/Stock Optimized workflow in office setting through reorganization of important manuals

Sales Associate | Pandora | July 2014-January 2015

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Communicate with patrons effectively to design their desired bracelets Greet customers and manage 30+ patrons per hour during holiday season Keeping stations organized to optimize efficient transactions


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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio) EDUCATION

Scripps College [Expected graduation: May 2017] Bachelor of Arts: Media Studies Major (Critical Studies focus) Enrolled with Merit Founders’ Scholarship Queen Mary University of London [2016] - Film, English and Drama Raffles Junior College [Singapore]

KEY SKILLS

Office: Answer/roll calls, Scheduling, Reception duties Language: Fluent in English and Mandarin Technical: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop, Mac OS, Windows, Microsoft Outlook, Novell

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CBS Films Acquisitions Intern [June 2016 - August 2016] Assist EVP of Acquisitions, cover phones and handle scheduling Screen and review film/script submissions to report to Director of Acquisitions Assist with upcoming festivals’ preparations, research potential acquisitions, grade and track submissions using Film Tracker database

Di Bonaventura Pictures Development Intern [June 2016 - August 2016] Primary phone duties, worked front reception Covered assistants’ desks, rolled calls, maintained office Actively researched and covered incoming scripts to pitch to assistants and creative executives Sourced daily for materials for potential development into projects

Mandeville Films Development Intern [September - December 2015] Covered assistants’ desks, rolled calls, maintained office, script coverage Researched and developed Director Spreadsheets for upcoming projects Sourced ideas for potential projects and pitching to executives

Endgame Entertainment Finance and Creative Development Intern [May-July 2015] Front desk reception, managed company’s emails, rolled calls for senior executives Reviewed international marketing strategies and financial models of upcoming projects, sat in on conference calls Analyzed past foreign sales, researched investment risks and profits to better allocate budgets for developing projects Attended informative luncheons with senior executives

Peer mentor/Sponsor in Asian American Sponsor Program [2014-2015] Organized workshops, events and weekly meet-ups

Contributing writer to The Student Life (TSL) [2015] Published articles in the weekly newspaper run by the Associated Students of Pomona College for the Claremont Colleges

Volunteer at West-End Animal Shelter [2014-present] Assisted in shelter’s smooth operations, advised potential adopters

Silver Award recipient at International creative writing competition Represented Singapore to achieve the Silver Award at 2012 international Commonwealth Essay Competition with piece A Day’s Journey


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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio) Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Art History May 2016 Thesis: “By the Hand of a Women”: Gender, Luxury, and International Trade in Andrea Mantegna’s Judith and Holofernes • Study Abroad: University of Edinburgh 2014-2015 • Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences, Seattle, WA Graduated with Honors June 2012 Related Experience Intern at Pacific Electric Picture Company Summer 2015 Hollywood, CA • Completed script coverage using writing and communication skills to analyze humor, the strength of the characters, and the commercial potential of scripts. • Able to keep up with a fast paced office environment while answering and transferring phone calls Summer 2015 Intern for Gen Anderson at Change the Menu Los Angeles, CA • Edited video for documentaries on fracking in California for the Sierra Club and a spec pilot for Green Chef.com • Showed Studio 10 North to location scouts and went above and beyond the role of intern to perform assistant’s duties Intern at Endgame Entertainment Summer 2014 Beverly Hills, CA • Completed script coverage for a wide range of properties, analyzing the works’ quality. • Answered phones, transferred calls and worked effectively with a group of other interns and current staff Academic Year 2012-2016 Film and Television Critic, The Scripps Voice Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Blog video reviews of current television shows, review and recommend films on Netflix for my peers and write and publish pieces for student newspaper within deadline • Write in depth recaps and coverage of specific television shows as well as selecting television shows and offer brief opinions Summer 2012 and 2013 Sales Associate and Marketing Intern at NuBe Green Seattle, WA • Made sales, navigated Lightspeed, kept the store clean, closed at the end of the day, restocked merchandise, and counted and recorded money in the till. • Was paid to paint windows, doors, and signs with the company name and logo • Took photographs and product measurement for the website. Also researched products and wrote copy for their descriptions • • • •

Skills and Activities Proficient with Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite (Premiere, Photoshop, etc.) as well as iMovie and Final Cut Pro. Clubs and Organizations: Claremont Entertainment Media, Fencing, and 5C Roleplaying Association Proficient in French, some Italian and German Honorable Mention, ACT Theater Young Playwrights Festival


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EDUCATION

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Scripps College/The Claremont College Consortium, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 Candidate for B.A. in Art History, Minor in Anthropology • GPA: 10.56/12.0; Dean’s List Spring 2015 • Recipient Fall 2015/Spring 2016 Deborah David & Norman Kurland Art History Scholarship ($18,000grant total) Menlo School, Atherton, CA • GPA: 3.62/4.0; Faculty Honors (2010-2013); Honor Roll (2009) • Departmental Award in French (2013); President, French Club (2013)

WORK EXPERIENCE

June 2013

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KSPC Claremont 88.7 FM, Program Director, Claremont, CA Jan. 2016 - Present • Responsible for oversight, planning, and coordinating full time schedule for 24/7 on-air college radio station • Supervise and manage local and student DJs and create additional broadcast content (podcasts, PSAs, promos, etc.) Connect the Dots, Social Media and Outreach Intern, Dublin, Ireland Summer 2016 • Intern for social enterprise start-up that addresses social and urban issues in Dublin, Ireland. Outreach to Dublin City Council and communities in Dublin for funding/sponsorship of events on civic issues, such as vacant spaces, sustainability • Drafted project proposals and pitches that effectively detailed the start-up’s mission; managed social media accounts KSPC Claremont 88.7 FM, General Manager, Claremont, CA Summer 2015 • Managed and programmed DJ shows, ticket giveaways, publicity/program guide, organized in-studio sessions with live bands and guests/interviews, wrote PSAs, blog posts and station promos, managed KSPC sponsored concerts and events, organized a month-long youth radio program KSPC Claremont 88.7 FM, Volunteer Coordinator, Claremont, CA Aug. 2014 - May 2015 • Developed and oversaw master schedule of volunteers for 24/7 broadcast schedule, planned team building events for all KSPC volunteers among the colleges • Trained new DJs and music reviewers ARTstART, Community Curator Intern , Claremont, CA Aug. 2014 - May 2015 • Paid intern for community program to educate high school students about local art and art history • Created and prepared lesson plans and art activities at local elementary schools and high schools combined with museum tours at local museums in the Inland Empire region BCBG MAXAZRIA, Sales Associate, Palo Alto, CA Summer 2014 • Consistent top seller in designer women’s clothing store; studied and reviewed seasonal styles and new clothing lines to provide targeted assistance to customers

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE/ACTIVITIES___________________________________________________ KSPC Claremont 88.7 FM, DJ; Promotions and Publicity Volunteer, Claremont, CA • On air radio DJ with live two-hour weekly radio show, The Weekly Dose • Promote KSPC events and shows via social media

Fall 2013-Present

Scripps Live Arts Club, Co-President, Claremont, CA Fall 2013-Present • Plan and organize on campus live concerts and research local music talent • Negotiate band contracts and organize live events; designed Scrips Live Arts logo and t-shirt

ATHLETICS AND OTHER INTERESTS

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JV and Varsity Lacrosse, Menlo School, Atherton, CA • Two-year starting varsity defender, lettering each year for nine-time league champions • Managed year-long training and practices of 10-20+ hours/week with academics Languages: German (Level 3) French (5+ years of study, including AP French)

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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Studies, Consumerism Concentration, Psychology Minor • GPA: 3.74; Dean’s List recipient

Related Experience Marketing Manager, Local + Lejos, Los Angeles, CA Fall 2016-Present • Facilitated two campaigns to drive email opt-ins by pitching to and partnering with brands and media sources including Forbes and Headspace to gain over five million new subscribers. • Generated two job descriptions, conducted interviews, and hired two store associates and one fulfillment and customer relations coordinator. • Learned SEO techniques and explained how this website optimization would improve user traffic. These changes were then implemented site wide. Field Marketing Intern, Paramount Pictures, Los Angeles, CA Summer 2016 • Created field directives for RINGS, which detailed how the film should be marketed to college students and the public that were later used for a national marketing campaign. • Organized six college events and programs that appealed to students for STAR TREK BEYOND, FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS, and BEN-HUR. • Assisted during promotional events including premieres, press junkets, and press days. • Demonstrated company loyalty by continuing to work with Allied Integrated Marketing off-site. Creative Intern, Ramo Law, Beverly Hills, CA Summer 2016 • Provided coverage for 20 scripts by editing and analyzing content to assess alignment with the company’s goals. • Examined various production companies and paired them with scripts to be pitched to larger studios. Promotions Intern, Allied Integrated Marketing, New York, NY Summer 2015 • Researched, pitched, and secured promotions with 50 partnering businesses in New York City. • Helped facilitate 20 pre-screenings and premieres for companies such as Paramount, 20th Century Fox, Disney, and Warner Brothers and wrote detailed reports on PRO after these events. • Identified over 500 events and 3,000 retailers in New York for future promotional use. Curatorial Intern, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA Summers 2013-2014 • Conducted provenance with contemporary art curators by researching the owners of the art before coming the museum. Compiled 40+ sources per owner and synthesized this information into five page biographies. • Collected 200 videos of artist interviews and pitched ways of integrating this new media into the exhibit. Museum utilized these recommendations in their Pop Departures exhibit in the fall of 2014.

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Computer: Skilled in SPSS, Microsoft Office, Publicity Reporting Online (PRO), research databases. Meal Team Leader, Teen Feed, Organized a group of 11 volunteer to cook monthly meals for 80 homeless teenagers in Seattle’s University District, 2005-2013.


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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)

Education Scripps College | Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Art History & Minor in Media Studies

May 2017

Experience Nancy Glanville Music Library, Library Assistant | Scripps College, Claremont, CA  Organize and checkout library collections of music score holdings, texts, LPs and CDs  Assist library patrons and the music department by taking phone calls and running errands  Stage manage and usher student and faculty recitals

Sept 2013 – Present

FASO, Business Administrator & Social Media Associate | Los Angeles, CA Nov 2009 – Present  Structure database of donors on DonorPerfect  Write and produce content for Filipino American Symphony Orchestra’s Twitter and Facebook pages as admin  Assist the flow of rehearsals and of community outreach and fundraising performances  Performed as a soloist and choir member for past concerts  Notated woodwind parts for FASO is Bach to Rock! (2012) Mellon Undergraduate Research Fellow  Commissioned and produced composer Dr. Koji Nakano's new musical work Imagined Sceneries  Curated exhibition "The Tale of Genji": Reimagined in Scripps College’s Clark Humanities Museum  Promoted Imagined Sceneries’ premiere and its Festival of Noh Theater on print and web

Feb 2016 – Sept 2016

Levitt Pavilions, Social Media & Communications Intern | Los Angeles, CA  Wrote and published 40 artist bios on the Levitt AMP website  Tracked media coverage of Levitt concerts  Conducted grant promotion research for the Levitt AMP program  Promoted Levitt artists on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest  Authored and published 3 articles on Levitt Pavilion’s website

Jun 2015 – Aug 2015

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus Living History Intern | Pasadena, CA  Led archival project that provided content for a catalog celebrating the chorus's 30th anniversary  Maintained chorus Facebook and Twitter pages and organized music library and folders for 400 choristers  Engaged in weekly meetings of both the administrative and artistic staff  Planned and facilitated the chorus’s annual audition, alumni reunion, and gala

Jun 2014 – Aug 2014

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Scripps Public Events & Community Programs Co-sponsorship Grant (2016) Hearst Foundation Senior Thesis Research Grant (2016) Pattison, McDowell, & Pruessing Memorial Music Scholarship (2016) Jane O’Donnell Music Scholarship (2015) Jaqua-Hardin Memorial Music Scholarship (2014) Circle K International Phoenix of the Month (2014) Scripps College Dean’s List (Spring 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2016)

Skills  Proficiency in Mac and Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Corel Painter, NationBuilder, Hootsuite, Buffer, Google News Alerts, DonorPerfect, Adobe Dreamweaver, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WordPress, Scalar, Omeka, Tumblr, Google+, Pinterest, and YouTube  Programming experience in Python  Language proficiency in French, Tagalog, and Latin  Proficiency in transcription for singing from Russian, French, Italian, Latin, Pāli, Mandarin, Spanish, Catalan, Tagalog, Visayan, German, Japanese, and Greek


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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio) EDUCATION Scripps College Class of 2017 May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies with Film/Video Concentration University of Melbourne, Australia Spring 2016 Relevant Coursework • Introduction to Video Art, Media Sketchbook, Experimental Animation: Digital Cinema, Media Arts for Social Justice, Introduction to Digital Art, Intermediate Creative Writing: Fiction, Advanced Creative Writing: Poetry, Writing Journalism, Media Studies Senior Thesis Documentary

PRODUCTION INTERNSHIPS Post-Production Intern, Peel & Eat July 2016 - August 2016 Boston, MA • Engaged in post-production of commercials by communicating with advertising agencies and editing on Premiere Pro. • Composed a thirty second anti-heroin advertisement in less than three months as part of a statewide intern competition. • Ensured that the offices of Peel & Eat were presentable at all times and well-stocked for future clients. Screenwriting Intern, Lena Rudnick June – August 2015 Brooklyn, NY • Developed three scripts through the editing and rewriting process: including, short film, pilot, and feature in order to improve Rudnick’s screenwriter profile. • Networked with New York screenwriting advertisers in order to promote Rudnick’s film to local and Hollywood producers. • Prepared and edited video content on Final Cut Pro for Rudnick’s freelance assignments with Found Sound Nation. Editorial Intern, Rose Styron July 2015 Martha’s Vineyard, MA • Collaborated with editors from Harper Collins Publishers in regards to Styron’s upcoming memoir. • Exemplified exceptional organizational skills while composing Styron’s emails and schedule by collaborating with her assistants. • Accompanied Styron to board meetings and book launches demonstrating confidence in group discussions and exemplary note taking skills.

WRITING/MARKETING EXPERIENCE Staff Writer, The Student Life November 2014 – October 2015 Claremont, CA • Conducted interviews with politicians, authors, and students to produced a twelve hundred word article every week for the Claremont Consortium’s most popular on campus publication. • Researched with editors to construct list of articles for the Life & Style section. • Attended events to network with distinguished guests and encouraged them to speak to me ‘on record’ about their experience. Scripps Editor, The Golden Antlers October 2014 – November 2015 Claremont, CA • Contributed monthly list of article ideas to the Claremont Consortium’s online humor magazine for our staff writers to expand on such as, “The End of the Girl’s College,” and “5C Fall Break: A Total Disaster.” • Acted as a mentor for the staff writers from Scripps College and edited their pieces before publication. Marketing Director, Nourish International October 2013 – January 2015 Claremont, CA • Attracted large attendence to weekly Café that fundraised upwards of two thousand dollars in order to send multiple students to Fundong, Cameroon to run a HIV/AIDS workshop. • Promoted the group’s Instagram following by fifty followers and increased club’s Facebook activity with a weekly post.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Shift Leader, Scripps Fund Purchasing Coordinator, Claremont Market Shares Waitress/Hostess, Bar New Haven • Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro, Microsoft Office

October 2015 – Present January 2015 - Present March 2013 – January 2016

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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)

Education Scripps College: Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Digital/Electronic Media Studies, Minor in Theatre, costume design emphasis GPA: 3.6 Senior Thesis: Film- “The Final Girl Grown Up: Representations of Women in Horror 1978-2016”

May 2017

Queen Mary University of London: London, England Program: Institute for Study Abroad- Butler Relevant Coursework: Interactive Media Design, Basic Period Costuming, British Horror Cinema

Fall 2015

Experience Legendary Digital Networks- Nerdist, Burbank, CA- Social Media Intern

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Wrote social copy and scheduled article shares on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr Updated Pinterest and Tumblr blog pages frequently Created social graphics from video content and for events (San Diego Comic Con) Shared live events on social media, including a June Livestream fundraiser, raising over $76,000 for MDA

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Contributed one short article a week to the Odyssey website Scheduled article sharing on social media and encourage social media use of the Scripps College writers team (11 people) Highlighted trending articles and boost views of newer articles through social media, focusing on viral articles to submit to main Odyssey Facebook page

Fall 2015 Institute for Study Abroad Butler, London, England- Community and Culture One of 60 student applicants to complete certificate based program emphasizing global awareness and diversity  Participated in planned trips to critically analyze and discuss culture while navigating multicultural environments  Managed additional courseload for course, including readings, critical responses to discussions and trips, and final vieo presentation summarizing the ideas of home and familiarity in different cultures.  Gained sensitivity towards difference and adaptability to new circumstances, as well as global perspective

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Supervise desk and provide customer service to library patrons Manage archival computer systems to organize and store special documents Plan and organize 6-10 annual library events for faculty and student groups of 20-50 Design, manage, and advertise large special exhibits of rare book collections for academic and general audiences using physical materials and digital/social media

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Communicate to local bands and artists through relevant social media and Email Coordinate small-scale concerts across five college campuses, with audiences ranging 20-100 people Advertise for concerts and events through social media, manage Facebook page throughout the year Manage technical sound and lighting design for events Collaborate with other school departments music organizations on events and technical design Plan and execute 2-4 annual creative workshops for student body centered around local Los Angeles women’s music scene

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Proficient Spanish- 5 years Proficient in Microsoft Office, basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Prelude, Premiere, Flash Proficient use of social media and blogging outlets, ie. Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Instagram, Wordpress


HOME MEGAN T INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)

EDUCATION Scripps College ; Claremont, California Bachelor of Arts in English with Minor in Art, Expected Graduation May 2017 • GPA : 3.9 • Honors & Awards : Dean’s List, Harold Graham Memorial Scholarship in Art Study Abroad, Studio Art Centers International ; Florence, Italy Fall Semester 2015 (September-December)

EXPERIENCE Gallery Assistant Intern at FARAGO • • • • •

Preparation of labels, artists’ exhibition cards, price listings, and signage Dismantling, packing, and shipping exhibition pieces Upkeep and organization of artist files Assistance 
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September 2013 - Present

Answer telephone and in-person inquiries, referring patrons to librarians for further assistance when necessary Catalogue and sort books and other print materials according to procedure, return them to designated storage areas Organize and maintain periodicals and reference materials Maintain and troubleshoot problems with library equipment Enter and update patrons' records on computers

Freelance Photographer • • •

June 2014 - August 2014

Greet patrons and direct them to proper theatres Assist patrons with locating theatres, restrooms, concession stands, and exits Maintain cleanliness of individual theatres and common areas Monitor and replenish supply of products in condiment areas Check security of theatres and assure adherence to safety rules

Special Collections Assistant at Ella Strong Denison Library •

May 2015 – August 2015

September 2012 - Present

Process photos, edit, and retouch images using Adobe Photo programs Manage logistics of planning and scouting for shoot locations Technically proficient in camera equipment, film, lenses, filters, and lighting

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Mac, PC, Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook), Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Social Media Platforms, Wordpress, Printmaking in a wet darkroom Swimming, Creative Writing, Analogue Photography, Early Modern English Theatre, Post-War American Poetry, Makeup Artistry, Bookmaking


HOME ALICIA B INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology • Dean’s list • President and Founder, Board Game Club ▪ Teacher, Science Bus Club ▪ Captain, Quidditch Club ▪ Training Lead, Scripps Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault

EXPERIENCE Girl Scouts of Western Washington, Carnation, WA Summers 2013, 2014, 2016 Unit Counselor and Specialist • Taught leadership and led counselor team debriefings to improve group performance • Coordinated with co-counselors to create new activities and projects • Awarded Specialist of the Week for outstanding performance June 2015 – August 2015 Oracle Corporation, Redwood Shores, CA Marketing Intern • Developed and piloted a video editing training program with potential savings of $100,000+ a year • Audited content of marketing properties, finding $500,000+ of undocumented assets • Interviewed internal employees from entry level to VP to develop a persona on field marketers Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2014 – May 2015 Phonathon Fundraiser • Persuaded a diverse group of potential donors to contribute to Scripps College • Developed high-quality relationships with alumnae and parents • Awarded Caller of the Week for fundraising excellence March 2009 – June 2013 Bellevue West Little League, Bellevue, WA Plate Umpire and Field Umpire • Made impartial judgment calls and partnered with other umpires to agree on difficult decisions • Ensured that coaches, players, and parents followed Little League code of conduct Little League Softball Coach (Volunteer, 2012-2013) • Formulated practice plans, led team practices, and taught fundamental softball skills • Determined player positions and batting orders for games Bellevue School District, Bellevue, WA 4th Grade Teacher’s Assistant (2012) • Created lesson plans and led projects and activities • Assisted students in overcoming struggles with course material

Summers 2010, 2011, 2012

2nd and 3rd Grade Teacher’s Aide (Volunteer, 2010-2011) • Assisted teachers in creating lesson plans and handled conflicts during free periods Girl Scouts of Western Washington, Carnation, WA Counselor-In-Training / Intern • Learned leadership skills and applied them to challenging situations • Collaborated with other counselors-in-training to resolve group conflicts • Led games, activities, and large group events for 100+ campers

Summers 2010, 2011, 2012

TECHNICAL SKILLS Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher ▪ Adobe Photoshop, Premier ▪ Final Cut Pro


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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)

Relevant Experience Tutor, Self-Employed, Concord, CA Sept. 2016-Present  Strategized effective learning techniques for areas of difficulty  Implemented focusing strategies for student's unique attention span and learning style Intern, Scripps College Media Services, Claremont, CA Sept. 2015-May 2016  Checked equipment out to faculty, staff, and students and contacted customers regarding overdue equipment  Set up equipment for campus events Sept. 2013-Dec. 2015 Clerical Assistant, Scripps College Writing Program, Claremont, CA  Assisted a faculty member in research for papers, an anthology, and a lecture presentation  Created a WordPress site as a central location for information about the Claremont Colleges' Creative Writing departments to increase visibility of the programs and their events April 2013-May 2016 Student Leader, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Claremont, CA  Planned and facilitated weekly small group meetings with a co-leader  Delegated tasks for a team of 5-10 people to and manage communication between teams  Handled logistics for planning 1-3 events a year for groups of 15-40 people Board of Trustees Student Rep., Scripps College, Claremont, CA Sept. 2015-May 2016  Spoke with Board members about student opinions on issues and initiatives as a member of Student Affairs Committee; voted on programs and decisions related to student life Summer 2013, 2014, 2015 Intern, Laurie Shigekuni & Associates, San Francisco, CA  Trained in Medi-Cal legal requirements, estate planning, and trust administration, and drafted documents for one to two cases each of three summers  Assisted in answering questions and distributing sample documents at estate planning seminars at elderly community meetings throughout San Francisco May 2014-May 2015 Assistant Co-Head, Asian American Student Union, Claremont, CA  Collaborated with other identity-based student groups to maintain community spaces for underrepresented students on campus  Planned events and weekly meetings for 7-15 members, managed organization budget of $4000, and planned 1 overnight retreat for 20 members  Discussed issues of diversity and inclusion with college administration to connect administration with student concerns and experience Resource Advocate Volunteer, City of Hope, Duarte, CA Sept. 2013-April 2014  Conversed with 20-30 cancer patients and caregivers per shift to evaluate need for non-medical support and refer to appropriate resources  Provided navigational assistance to patients and caregivers Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2016  Bachelor of Arts: Science, Technology, and Society  Thesis: “’It's Not a Real Disorder’: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Paradigms of Childhood Harm” Awards and Achievements: Science, Technology, and Society Department Prize 2016 (Department Award); Juliet King Esterly ’34 Scholarship (Merit Award); Aseneth Louise Willits ’60 Memorial Scholarship (Merit Award); Dean’s List consecutive semesters Fall 2013-Fall 2015; Student Employee of the Year Finalist 2014-15 


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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts: Art History; Double Minor: Environmental Analysis, French Sarah Lawrence College, Paris, France Reid Hall

May 2017 August 2015 – December 2015

Experience PR Assistant, Scripps College Office of Communication and Marketing, Claremont, CA August 2016 – Present • Build brand awareness through strategic media outreach; monitor and analyze press mentions. • Enhance SEO performance of the Scripps College website. • Conducted competitor analysis of online newsrooms; prepared presentation of best practices and recommendations. Global eCommerce & Marketing Intern, Williams-Sonoma, Inc., San Francisco, CA June 2016 – August 2016 • Extracted, integrated, and analyzed email campaign performance for company-owned brands in Australia and the UK. • Conducted eCommerce analysis and market research of WSI industry competitors and other leading global retailers. • Created best practices seasonal marketing campaign toolkit for international company-owned locations and franchise partners; presented findings and recommendations to global teams. • Prepared and presented an overview of WSI’s global mission, presence, and expansion strategy. Data Specialist, Scripps College Office of Communication and Marketing, Claremont, CA Spring 2015 & Spring 2016 • Responsible for keeping the many Scripps College websites updated with current news and events. • Digitized the Scripps College Magazine for a web format. • Confirmed the functionality of all links across the websites using Wordpress, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, etc. • Edited the online profiles of professors and academic departments. Design Intern, Proceviat Designs, Los Altos, CA

July 2015

• Assisted with interior design, space planning, and home staging. • Met with clients and made home consultation visits throughout the Silicon Valley area. Apparel Intern, Ariat International, Union City, CA June 2014 – August 2014 • Completed a variety of projects related to apparel design, garment fitting, manufacturing, and marketing at the headquarters of an international equestrian footwear and apparel company. • Contributed to the major redesign of the Ariat website.

Leadership Positions • • • •

Peer Mentor, Member of the 2014-2015 New Student Program. Tour Guide and Bay Area Student Representative for Scripps College. Fundraiser at Scripps Phonathon and Student Representative at the Campaign for Scripps College 2013 launch. Co-Founder of Spotlite, a student organization which highlights the arts and culture across the 5 Claremont Colleges.

Awards & Recognitions • Deborah David and Norman Kurland Scholarship Recipient: Fall 2015, Spring 2016. • Scripps College Dean’s List: Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Spring 2016.

Skills Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Wordpress, Google Suite, MailChimp, Vocus, Experian Suite, Data analysis, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Snapchat, Fundraising, Public speaking, Web design, Retail marketing campaign planning, Leadership, Community outreach, Peer counseling, French, Python.


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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)

Education

Scripps College- Claremont, CA • • •

December 2016

Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies Dean’s List 2014, 2015, 2016 Eleanor J. Ham ’37 Scholarship Recipient

Work Experience

Scripps College Office of Admissions, Senior Interviewer- Claremont, CA 

Worked as one of four student interviewers in the Office of Admissions. Conducted two to three interviews per shift and submitted thorough evaluations. Engaged prospective students in thoughtful dialogue about their passions. Worked at orientation and visitation events, acted as an ambassador for Scripps College and helped students understand if Scripps is right for them.

Revolve Impact, Policy and Advocacy Intern- Los Angeles, CA 

May 2016- August 2016

Created messaging and social media for campaigns around mass incarceration, gun safety, and other social justice issues. Engaged in research and advocacy for major projects like #FREEAMERICA, VOTA!, and #SchoolsNotPrisons. Produced briefs and guidebooks for senior staff.

Sallie Tiernan Fieldhouse, Building Manager- Claremont, CA 

March 2014 – May 2016

Managed staff members in daily operations of the wellness center and pool. Opened and closed the facility and ensured success of center. Worked extensively on programming, payroll, scheduling, guest services, team building activities, and lifeguard training.

Hamilton College Consulting, Site Manager- San Diego, CA 

May 2015- September 2015, December 2015

Oversaw student staff, instructed high school students, created materials for daily classes. Tutored students in the Critical Reading section of the SAT. Created over forty original vocabulary quizzes and implemented and taught weekend vocabulary review classes.

Leadership Experience and Activities

Scripps Associated Students (SAS) Diversity and Inclusivity Chair 

2013- 2016

Created a space to discuss the politics of Asian American identity, generated and maintained dialogues about intersectional topics specifically regarding the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Helped plan monthly events on campus to raise awareness of issues facing AAPI students. Acted as a mentor to five AAPI first year students and supported them in their college career.

Skills 

2016

Sat on the Presidents Advisory Committee on Diversity and Inclusivity (PACDI), a committee that meets once a month to discuss issues of equity and racism on campus; provided campus-wide consultation on diversity and inclusivity, power, and privilege; ensured student government and administration maintains high consideration to issues of equity on campus during weekly meetings. Advocated for clubs and organizations on campus requesting resources from administration. Sponsored events that continued a thoughtful discussion of diversity and inclusion.

Asian American Student Union Member 

August 2016- December 2016

Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint CPR, First Aid, AED Certified


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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio) EDUCATION B.A. | May 2017 | Scripps College · Major: Media Studies & French · Honors: Dean’s List Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 · Current GPA: 3.66 · Senior Thesis: “Culture as a Tool of Exclusion: An Analysis of Mathieu Kassovitz’s La Haine” Academic Year Abroad | August 2015 – June 2016 | Université Paris 7 – Diderot · Studied at the University of Paris through Middlebury College’s C.V. Starr Schools Abroad · Concentration in Cinema and French Studies · French Level C1 – Full Fluency WORK EXPERIENCE Marketing Assistant | Scripps College Office of Communications & Marketing | September 2016 - Present · Data entry for “Scripps Presents” events · Copy editing for web features and promotional materials Consultant/Tutor | Modern Language Resource Center | September 2016 - Present · Provide effective, friendly and straightforward tutoring services to students in French classes regarding test preparation, essays, grammar and conversation · Manage and oversee orderly and efficient usage of language lab by students and professors · Coordinate film and equipment checkout and return Research Assistant | Vision Insight Praaxis Research & Evaluation | July 2016 - Present · Data entry & analysis for healthcare needs assessments Stagiaire (Intern) | Simpki | February 2016 – May 2016 · Translated content from French to English for Anglo-Saxon consumers · Selected photos for Simpki “destination” pages · Modified and enhanced photos to increase visual aesthetic and maintain continuity of site · Coded site’s keywords from French to English · Deepened communication skills in a multi-lingual environment Social Media Intern | Claremont Energy Challenge | February 2015 – May 2015 · Managed Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts · Created and edited icons, pamphlets and fliers using Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator Reporting Intern | Scripps College Office of Communications & Marketing | September 2014 – May 2015 · Wrote all articles, blurbs, and conducted all interviews concerning European Union Center of California, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletics, and Residential Life for Inside Scripps website Staff Writer | The Student Life Newspaper | September 2013 – May 2014 · Wrote weekly articles and conducted interviews for Life & Style and Sports sections VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE French Interpreter | Heartland Alliance Marjorie Kovler Center | July 2016 – Present · Interpret for French refugees and asylum seekers during therapy sessions · Greet clients and notify doctors and case managers upon arrivals · Help refugees and asylum seekers complete job applications and edit resumes Radio Campus Paris | August 2015 – June 2016 · Attended workshops, meetings and events to gain directing and production experience Chicago Independent Radio Project | June 2015 – August 2016 · Managed records fair at Pitchfork Music Festival Chicago 2015 Market Day Coordinator | Claremont Market Shares | January 2015 – May 2015 · Greeted local farmers for produce deliveries and set up displays and technology on market days SKILLS & ABILITIES Digital Media · Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Prelude and Premier · HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Python · Microsoft Office

Communication · Outgoing, confident, self-sufficient and independent · Familiar with style guidelines for academic and public writing · Has written for a multitude of platforms (Newspaper – reporting and opinion; Public Relations; Website content)


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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio) EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont CA. BA Studio Art (Honors) Thesis: “Dissociative Anonymity: Performative Photography and the Use of Uncanny Disguise” Award: Art Department Innovation Award for outstanding thesis project Burren College of Art, Study Abroad, Ballyvaughan, Ireland EXPERIENCE Video Production Intern, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). New York, NY. · Supervisor: Eva Kozanecka, Digital Media: Video Department · Assisted in production of new YouTube series and Artist Profiles · Provided administrative support: scheduling, emails, creative deck creation, etc. · Produced live-streams of MoMA lectures, announcements, events through MoMA YouTube channel · Edited and generated original video content (timelapse, clips) for social media platforms Digital Content Intern, Everyone is Gay. New York, NY. · Director: Kristin Russo · Created original digital content for social media platforms (Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr) · Reorganized and refreshed written content on Wordpress website and YouTube Channel · Researched and contacted new writers for Wordpress advice content · Created original written content for organization’s monthly newsletter · Produced weekly GIFs in Photoshop as promotional material Facebook Live streams IIT Intern, Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia, PA. · Supervisor: Ariel Schwartz, Information and Interpretive Technologies Department · Assisted with projects related to digital interpretation of in-gallery installations · Launched and user-tested new wayfinding app · Performed video editing and production for special exhibitions · Created still photographs of existing interpretation devices; wrote narrative text for relaunch of the permanent collection. Multimedia Intern, Project Basho and ONWARD Photo. Philadelphia, PA. · Director: Tsuyoshi Ito · Assisted with creation of the ONWARD Photo photography seminar class for Japanese students · Helped manage audio and video aspects of course material recordings · Set up live broadcasts of portfolio review for students of the international course. Editorial Intern, SG Scripts. Cambridge, MA. · Owner: Sandy Goldberg · Transcribed interviews, edited scripts and MP3 tracks for multimedia guides for: Michael C. Carlos Museum permanent collection Boston Museum of Fine Art The Van Gogh Museum DESIGN WORK Lead Designer, You Must Not Know: Scripps Senior Art Exhibition - Drafted and created exhibition material including announcement cards and posters - Handled production, financing, and printing of all materials MEDIA LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER Art Director, Invisible Literary Magazine, Scripps College - Manage submissions from artists, curate and select contributions for publication DJ, KSPC Radio, Scripps College - Plan, organize, and host weekly two-hour radio program

May 2016

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SKILLS · Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Premiere, InDesign, Audition, GIF creation, digital illustration) and Pro Tools · Google Drive (Google Doc, Sheets, Slides), Gmail, Google Calendar · Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook) · TMS (The Museum System) · Social Media Platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Wordpress, Tumblr, YouTube, etc. and Live Streaming features on YouTube and Facebook · Experience with studio photography/lighting, audio and video editing, film scanning


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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio) EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in English, minor in Media Studies Expected May 2017 - GPA: 3.7/4.0, Dean’s List (2014, 2015, 2016) - Relevant Coursework: Advanced Creative Writing, Video Art, Urban Photography, Psychology of Education Danish Institute for Study Abroad, Copenhagen, Denmark December 2015 - Studied Children in a Multicultural Context through text and discussion, field studies, and a practicum site - Embraced Danish culture by taking Danish Language and Gender and Sexuality in Scandinavia WORK EXPERIENCE Cosmopolitan Magazine June 2016-August 2016 Features Intern - Distributed a daily news report to the editorial staff pitching new feature ideas and thematically relevant updates - Copy edited final versions of the magazine - Conducted interviews and assisted editors and the editor-in-chief with research for projects and articles Breakthrough Collaborative Teaching Fellow June 2015-August 2015 - Taught three sections of 7th grade English Literature, a nutritional health class including discussion and cooking, a poetry club, and counseled an advisory group - Independently created, wrote, and implemented daily lesson plans for each class - Organized and led community activities such as the end of the year presentations of learning and a poetry reading The Student Life September 2014-June 2015 Column Writer - Wrote a weekly, 800 word column reviewing current movies for the Claremont College newspaper - Edited the column multiple times before it was published Hawaii Luxury Magazine August 2014 Writing Intern - Edited drafts of the company’s various magazines such as Go Kailua, Waikiki Magazine, and HI Luxury Magazine - Wrote short features (200 words) and a long feature (800 words) for Waikiki Magazine and Go Kailua - Assisted the photographer and stylist at a photoshoot Hollister Co., June 2013-August 2013 Sales Associate - Greeted and assisted customers throughout the store, worked the cash register, and dressing rooms LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Creating Academic Relations through Education (CARE) Club September 2014-Present Volunteer Volunteer weekly in a first grade classroom at Chaparral Elementary School Assist the teacher by leading small groups in activities Provide extra help for struggling students in math, reading, and writing Children in a Multicultural Context Practicum September 2015-December 2015 Teacher’s Assistant - Volunteered weekly in a sixth grade classroom at Selsmoseskolen Elementary School in Denmark - Co-taught an English Lanuage class to improve Danish students’ speaking, writing, and reading skills Developed and facilitated lesson plans and activities Scripps College New Student Program April 2014- June 2015 Peer Mentor - Attended an intensive, week long training course in counseling and privilege awareness - Prepared activities and attended workshops to lead and counsel - Counseled and created program events for seven first-year girls COMMUNITY SERVICE Food Distribution Windward United Church Christ Volunteer - Distribute food to those in need Wednesday mornings when home from school

June 2013-Present

SKILLS/INTERESTS Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Social Media Sites, Creative Writing, Photography, Teaching, Traveling, Surfing


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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)

Scripps College, Claremont, California Expected May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies, Minor in Spanish, Cumulative GPA: 3.78/4.0 Dean’s List (4 Semesters) Relevant Coursework: Photography, Production, Liberal Arts Sequence, Computer Science, Design, UX/UI Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain, CIEE New Media, Communication, and Journalism Program

Spring 2016

EXPERIENCE Language Consultant, Modern Language Resource Center, Scripps College Current • Tutor Scripps College students in every level of Spanish language class, including both grammar and essay writing techniques. Senior Media Studies Thesis, Scripps College Fall 2016 • Coded, designed, and produced the content (writing/interactive photographic gallery) for a live website (irvseniorproject.website) supplemented with an accompanying research paper Operations Intern, Health Evolution Summit Summer 2016 • Acted as the EA to the CEO, assisted with scheduling, running meetings, and answering calls • Completed Excel-based research projects surrounding potential summit attendees, and performed various database organizational projects Community Manager/Writer/Photographer, OffMetro San Francisco Summer 2015 • Managed website and various social media accounts for online green travel resource with over 700 followers • Wrote articles and photographed various events as a representative of OffMetroSF Server/Waitress, Glaze Teriyaki, San Francisco, California • Responsible for serving food, taking orders, opening and closing a popular San Francisco restaurant

2015/16

Marketing Co-Chair, Nourish International, Claremont Chapter Spring 2014/Fall 2015 • Lead advertising campaigns for various fundraising events over social media and print platforms • Helped raise over $7,000 and send five students to Cameroon to complete a well-building project as well as a lead a seminar in HIV/AIDs and sexual health Co-President, National Charity League Marin Chapter, San Francisco, California 2013 • Active member of the National Charity League for over five years • Elected to be one of the Co-Presidents of the class in 2013 • Ran meetings, organized events, and reached out and built relationships with various charity organizations Capstone Internship, The Branson School; Ross, California Spring 2013 • Designed and executed month long project in which I worked with professional photographers, such as Bill Owens and Michael Zagaris • Gained experience regarding different aspects of the professional art and publishing world through interviews and shadowing • Started my own blog, as well as crafted and printed an in depth photo essay outlining experiences

SKILLS Advanced Spanish (speaking, writing, reading, comprehension) (includes processing film)/ Advanced Digital photography editing in Photoshop Advanced in Illustrator, InDesign, Prelude, Premiere Pro, and Aperture, Photoshop, Adobe Bridge Experienced in, Python, VPython, HTML, CSS, and Javascript Proficient in Microsoft Suite/Social Media Platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Wordpress)

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INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio) EDUCATION Scripps College: Claremont, California Bachelor of Arts in History, Minor in Environmental Analysis Cumulative GPA: 3.65; Dean’s List, Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 School for International Training International Honors Program, Climate Change: Vietnam, Morocco, and Bolivia WORK EXPERIENCE Senior Interviewer, Scripps College Office of Admission, Claremont, CA • Interview prospective students, evaluate student fit, and file interview reports about each candidate.

Expected May 2017

February 2016-May 2016

August 2016-December 2016

Talent Acquisition Development Program Intern, Amazon, Seattle, WA June 2016-August 2016 • Sourced and assessed engineering and technical talent for the Amazon Prime Air team; completed intensive recruiter training. • Presented diversity recruiting recommendations and research to Amazon Talent Acquisition executives. June 2015-August 2015 Features Intern, Marie Claire Magazine, New York, NY • Pitched and published stories on MarieClaire.com. • Selected to fill in as the Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief; managed EIC Anne Fulenwider's schedule and communicated with masthead editors and staff members to coordinate meetings and editorial decisions. • Conducted interview for feature article; provided research, fact checked, and transcribed interviews for feature print articles. • Drafted and edited captions and titles for three editions of the @Work Tech page; proposed themes and products to editors. Senior Development Manager, The Student Life, Claremont, CA September 2015- Present The Student Life is the weekly print and online newspaper of the Claremont Colleges. • Write investigative and feature pieces; work with Senior Staff members to develop digital presence and reader engagement. • Interviewed staff and wrote twelve complete guides for each editor position, to provide guidance to incoming editors. Editor-in-Chief December 2014 May 2015 ● Managed 120 + staff members and led workshops, meetings, and production of the weekly print edition. ● Made final editing decisions regarding all content and production aspects of the weekly newspaper. ● Organized journalism panel with participants from The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and The Chicago Tribune. ● Developed plans for and led launch of customized website; oversaw an increase in visual storytelling on print and online platforms. Managing Editor August 2014-December 2014 ● Edited and oversaw production of the Life & Style and Sports sections of the newspaper. Life & Style Section Editor February 2014-May 2014 ● Researched and pitched all Life & Style topics for each week’s section; independently managed 15 person reporting staff. January 2014-January 2016 Editorial Assistant, Vela Magazine Vela Magazine is an online magazine of creative non-fiction, written by women and inspired by travel. ● Researched and managed daily posts to Facebook and Twitter feeds; in one year, saw 1,000+ increase in Twitter followers. ● Strategized and assisted in organizing Kickstarter campaign in the fall of 2014 to raise $20k for magazine expansion. ● Read manuscripts and provided commentary; collaborated with professional women journalists to increase site traffic. June 2014-August 2014 Research Intern, Lis Wiehl Books, New York, NY Lis Wiehl is an author, lawyer, and broadcast journalist focusing on current legal topics. ● Conducted research on legal topics for Wiehl’s on air, broadcasted segments; presented potential angles for arguments. ● Proposed and carried out two Q&A series with legal experts on juvenile justice and police violence as part of Wiehl’s blog. Journalism Intern, The Borgen Project June 2014-August 2014 The Borgen Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to advocating for poverty reduction legislation. ● Wrote 3-4 articles per week for Borgen Magazine on international markets and politics. ● Selected to make presentation about story on Sierra Leone to 500-person team during weekly national conference call. On-Air News Reporter, KSPC 88.7 FM, Claremont, CA KPSC 88.7 FM is the non-profit, student radio of the Claremont Colleges. • Crafted news reports and used studio equipment to report upon local and national news on-air.

January 2014-May 2014

AWARDS, HONORS AND SKILLS Selected to attend University of California, Berkeley Advanced Oral History Summer Institute; Mellon Research Award Recipient. Fluent in AP Style; Proficient in Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, WordPress, Twitter, Facebook. Spanish language: Professional working knowledge.


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HOME CHARLOTTE S INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May, 2016  Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science; minor in Hispanic Studies; Dean’s list  GPA: 11.265/12.000 (cum laude)  Thesis (honors): The effects of light pollution on the foraging behavior of Calypte anna and Selasphorus sasin  Member of Sigma Delta Pi (National Spanish Honor Society) SIT Study Abroad: School for International Learning, Quito, Ecuador  Academic semester abroad studying Comparative Ecology and Conservation  Published a report detailing the results of my Independent Study Project: Taking Root: Effective Methods for Active Forest Regeneration (ISBN 978-3-659-92426-2) Related Experience SAT/ACT Teacher, Kaplan, Amherst, MA Aug, 2016 - present  Completed 25-hour training to learn teaching skills, methods, expectations, and resources  Teach pre-college students SAT/ACT standardized test prep in classroom and one-on-one setting  Create a focused and engaging learning environment with clear, fair expectations  Maintain frequent communication with students, monitor progress and set goals to ensure success  Represent Kaplan with professionally at all times, work with integrity, and prepare thoroughly Academic Tutor, Scripps College, Claremont, CA Sept, 2014 – May, 2016  Tutored university students in Biology, Environmental Analysis, Oceanography  Organized and planned one-on-one weekly tutoring sessions for up to 3 students a semester  Built rapport with students to accommodate individual needs and learning styles  Encouraged students to set goals, recognize areas for improvement, and celebrate achievement  Helped develop effective study habits and test-taking skills Honors senior thesis, Scripps College, Claremont, CA Sept, 2015 – April, 2016  Collaborated with a PhD professor to plan, organize, and conduct field research to determine effects of light pollution on the foraging behavior of two species of hummingbirds  Collected data using camera traps to capture feed timing in various light-polluted environments, compared to a control  Analyzed results using Excel and R for statistical computing and presented my results in a written thesis report and poster presentation Research Assistant, Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA Sept, 2013 – Dec, 2015  Awarded funding by the Scripps College Research in Environmental Analysis Research & Pre-Thesis Fellowship to monitor the recovery of a plant community following a wildfire  Collected data under direction of a PhD professor, managed data in a large Excel file, and performed statistical analysis  Wrote a scientific report and presented results at the Keck Science Research Symposium Activity Leader, Embassy Summer Academy, Kingham Hill, Oxfordshire, UK Jun – Jul, 2015  Motivated and engaged international students, aged 7-16, in a variety of art and sport activities  Led a group of up to 12 students on educational tourist excursions and walking tours  Monitored student behavior to uphold a safe and inclusive environment


HOME  Trained, planned, and set goals for improvement on a team of up to 20 in weekly staff meetings Research Fellow, Keck Science Center, Firestone Reserve, Costa Rica Jun – Jul, 2014  Awarded $4000 from the W. M. Keck Summer Research Fellowship  Surveyed topographically to track the spatial ecology and foraging area of Attine “leaf-cutter” ants, mapped data, & presented results at the Keck Science Research Symposium Field Manager, Environment New York, New York City, NY May – Jul, 2013  Canvassed to 100+ people/day to educate on local political, environmental issues and recruit paying members to support the organization’s campaign to ban fracking in New York state  Organized and enacted campaign actions including phone banks, petitions, and letters to the press  Trained and supported new employees, managed teams of up to 4, and handled daily monetary intake English Teacher, Breakthrough Austin, Austin, TX May – Aug, 2011  Completed 2 week teacher training program for effective classroom leadership and mentoring underprivileged middle school students to help bridge the achievement gap and prepare for college  Taught 2 summer school English classes to 30 students, focusing on skills in essay writing, reading comprehension, textual analysis, study habits, physical activity, and art  Collaborated on a team of 4 teachers weekly to develop lesson plans and evaluate student progress  Mentored an advisor group of 6 students daily with individual check-ins and group bonding activities Other Experience Room attendant, The Lord Jeffery Inn, Amherst, MA Sept, 2016 - present  Clean and prepare guest rooms thoroughly and efficiently to five-star standard  In each room, make beds, vacuum, dust, sanitize, mop & restock bathroom  Collaborate as a team to divide tasks and efficiently complete daily duties June, 2015 Volunteer, Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms, Dordogne, France  Worked at a Bed & Breakfast to clean and prepare rooms, welcome and care for guests, and prepare and serve breakfast daily  Assisted in general upkeep of the building and grounds, maintained organic vegetable garden and tended to horse stable Feb – May, 2015 Academic Semester Abroad, SIT Study Abroad, Ecuador  Lived with a host family in Quito and took classes in Tropical Ecology, Conservation, and Spanish  Studied conservation and conducted biological fieldwork in the Cloud Forest, Amazon Rainforest, Páramo highlands, and the Galápagos Islands  Planned and conducted research for one month in the cloud forest to study responsible land management of retired pastureland in the cloud forest  Wrote and published a report focusing on the most successful reforestation techniques Photographer, La Sameuse Yearbook, Scripps College, Claremont, CA Sept, 2015 – Feb, 2016  Photographed sports games, performances, events, and portraits using a DSLR camera  Conducted interviews and wrote a spread on international students Intern, Plant Justice, Claremont, CA Sept – Dec, 2014  Developed lesson plans, discussions, activities, and projects for an after-school program of 10-15 students attending a continuation high school  Strove to achieve a welcoming, supportive, and inclusive space centered around fun and learning  Facilitated group discourse on environmental justice, food justice, and political organizing  Motivated students to engage in political action that addressed important issues in their community


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Microsoft Office, ArcGIS, Compass mapping software, “R” for statistical computing Proficient in reading, writing, and communicating in Spanish Creative and scientific writing, especially formal reports including statistical analysis and results Strong communicator, flexible, teamwork, efficient under pressure, time management, organized


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INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA •

May 2017

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Analysis, Science Specialized Field Senior Thesis: “Quantifying Carbonyl Sulfide and Other Sulfur-Containing Compounds Over the Santa Barbara Channel 3.5 Cumulative GPA, Dean’s List 2014

EXPERIENCE Research Intern, NASA Student Airborne Research Program • • •

June 2016 – August 2016

Collected 250 whole air samples on DC-8 research flights; Analyzed samples in lab using gas chromatography Collaborated with multi-disciplinary student research team and faculty mentors Developed independent research project and presented poster at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

Coordinator, New Student Program, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • • • •

April 2015 – May 2016

Led team of 40 mentors in assisting 280 new students with their transition to Scripps Organized weeklong comprehensive training for mentors, helped conduct orientation Managed $25,000, put on and supervised 30 programs for fall semester Weekly meetings with college administration, biweekly/monthly meetings with full team

Co-President, Ocean Initiative Club, Scripps College, Claremont, CA •

Facilitated weekly meetings to discuss marine-based current events, planned off-campus ocean excursions, and managed a budget of $1,000

National Crew Member, The Student Conservation Association •

April 2014 – May 2015

July 2012 – August 2013

Served on 2, 4 week crews performing trail and tread rehabilitation and waterbar construction on the Blue Ridge Parkway and in Yellowstone National Park

Non-Profit Volunteer, Arlington Food Assistance Center, Arlington, VA •

June 2012 – July 2013

Served 100+ hours bagging produce, cleaning the warehouse, interacting with clients, and performing office tasks

HONORS AND AWARDS Student Employee of the Year Finalist •

For excellence in quality of work, reliability, initiative, professionalism, and commitment to community

Ben DeFelice Scholarship •

49th

April 2011

Selected to present “The Effect of Age on Ability to Perceive High Frequencies”

Outstanding Young Scientist •

March 2012

For Outstanding Originality, Analysis and Clarity in Science and Technology at the Northern Virginia Regional Science and Engineering Fair Presented “An Investigation of Sky Glow on Observing Stars Near Urban Areas”

National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium Participant, San Diego, CA

May 2013

80+ hours establishing an outdoor learning program which introduced sustainable gardening to elementary school children

Patent and Trademark Office Society Citation •

September 2013

Awarded to applicant with strong academic performance and community involvement

Girl Scout Gold Award •

June 2015

Awarded to applicant exemplifying qualities of leadership, dedication, and commitment

Presidential Scholarship •

March 2016

June 2010, June 2012

Awarded by the Central Intelligence Agency

SKILLS • Private Pilot’s License for Single-Engine Land Aircraft August 2014 • Computer: ArcGIS, R, Igor Pro, Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), Adobe Photoshop • Language: Strong written and verbal communication


HOME MAITHILI J

INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability Education Scripps College Claremont, CA B.A. Environment/ Economics/ Politics

May 2017

Skills and Awards Proficient in French, Microsoft Office, computer research, social media, Facebook, statistics, data analysis, community outreach, GIS, Voter Access Network (van) Keck Foundation Summer Research Fellowship Keck Science Department (2015) Conducted research on leaf cutter ants in Costa Rica Experience Research Intern, Hilltop Public Solutions

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Aided and expanded coalition of Colorado organizations and corporations for different campaigns through research and direct outreach Assisted in campaign and outreach efforts for Senator Michael Bennett’s reelection Helped research key bills to pass in the senate

Core 1 mentor, Scripps College

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(Fall 2015)

Helped professors accommodate and ensure students success Aided 15 first years students academic adjustment to college

Firestone Center for Restoration Ecology, Barú, Costa Rica

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(summer 2015) Researched leaf cutter ant nests and analyzed nesting behavior Utilized GPS topography techniques to map 100 new nests Re-mapped a 10-acre lot for an ongoing research project that analyzes ant behavior and foraging techniques

Princeton Ridge Coalition, Princeton, NJ

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(Summer 2014)

Organized outreach in the Princeton area Gained lobbying support to fight the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Raised awareness of environmental issues of safe pipeline construction

Publications Joshi, Maithili, 2015. Effects of Drought and Fire in Amazonian Rainforests pages 229-238 in Morhardt, J. Emil, Editor.,Energy, Biology, Climate Change. CloudRipper Press, Santa Barbara, California, 365 pages JOSHI, MAITHILI 2016. Morhardt, J. Emil Editor. Energy Innovations 2016. CloudRipper Press, Santa Barbara, California, 285 pages


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INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Analysis, Politics Track • Awards: Dean’s List Fall 2015, Women in Transportation Seminar Scholarship Recipient • Relevant Coursework: Green Urbanism, Environmental Science, Environmental Politics, Environmental Economics • Thesis: All Roads Lead to the Fair: How a 2022 Los Angeles World’s Fair Would Accelerate the Implementation of Sustainable and Innovative Forms of Transportation

EXPERIENCE French Ministry of the Environment, Energy, and the Sea, Paris, France June 2016-August 2016 Environmental Risk Intern • Responsible for planning the meeting of the Natural Hazards Platform of the Alpine Convention uniting alpine countries to establish risk prevention strategies to combat climate change • Developed a call to action and prevention guide to address mountainous risks in France • Created marketing materials to launch mountainous risk prevention initiatives increasing community based organizing The Paris Urbanism Agency, Paris France March 2016–May 2016 Sustainable Development Intern • Conducted research on sustainability initiatives in Paris addressing energy conservation and sustainable transportation • Translated sustainability guides from French to English increasing international collaboration United States Senator Dianne Feinstein, Los Angeles, CA September 2015–December 2015 Policy Intern • Supported the senator and her field staff through constituent services, administrative support, and attending meetings • Conducted policy research for legislative projects, drafting memos, press clippings, and letter requests • Created weekly drought reports monitoring environmental conditions and water scarcity in California Los Angeles 2022 World’s Fair, Los Angeles, CA June 2015–Present Sustainability Flex Team Co-Lead • Lead development of sustainability policies and standards in all aspects of the World’s Fair, including health, happiness, diversity, culture, land use, and wildlife • Plan cross departmental meetings to coordinate sustainability efforts with all committees of the World’s Fair Earth Rights Institute, Los Angeles, CA May 2015–August 2015 Assistant Program Director • Project manager of Inland Empire Sustainability Initiative creating a youth to green career pathway for k-12 students • Content creation for the Annual Report, bi-monthly newsletters, website design, and social media seen by over 800 members • Led fundraising initiatives to launch Living Lab Course on Sustainable Development in Guatemala

ACTIVITIES Scripps College Office of Admissions, Claremont, CA August 2016-November 2016 Senior Interviewer • Conducted interviews with prospective students to help shape the future of the college Scripps Associated Students, Claremont, CA May 2015-Present Senior Class President, Junior Class President • Elected to serve and represent student voices within the Scripps College student government and administration • Effectively plan class specific events connecting students to each other and the greater Claremont community • Improve campus climate based on student input forming action oriented committees and implementing new student resources Claremont Energy Challenge, Claremont, CA January 2015-September 2015 Event Planning Coordinator • Planned Claremont Energy Challenge Launch Event in March with over 300 attendees • Developed relations with local city council, national, and federal affiliates to participate in our energy reduction competition • Responsible for PR outreach both locally in city and amongst the Claremont Colleges increasing community engagement

INTERESTS AND SKILLS • • • •

Technical: Microsoft Access, InDesign, Wordpress, Constant Contact, Mail Chimp, thankQ CRM Software, Guidestar, Asana Language: French (Advanced), Italian (Intermediate) Interests: Sustainability, Urban Planning, Transportation, Environmental Policy, Sustainable Development, Traveling, Gelato Clubs: Board of Trustees Student Representative, Environmental Club, Animal Justice and Education


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Education

INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability

Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Economics; Self-Designed Minor in Entrepreneurship Graduated Cum Laude; Dean’s List Danish Institute for Study Abroad, Copenhagen, Denmark

May 2016 Spring 2015

Experience Intern, Felidae Conservation Fund: Bay Area Puma Project, Mill Valley, CA September 2016-Current Felidae is a non-profit that, locally, focuses on researching pumas and educating the public about coexistence. • Revamping educational materials to increase accessibility to the information and to focus on relevant topics • Presenting these materials to local students, K-12, to teach about pumas and what it means to co-exist • Engaging locals in education about Felidae at environmental events in communities where we work • Working in the field, where I check camera traps and help determine ideal sites for them based on signs Tutor and Mentor, IvyAdvisors, Mountain View, CA August 2016-Current • Tutoring and mentoring high school students to prepare them for the SAT and college admissions President and Founder, Innovate@Scripps, Scripps College, Claremont, CA 2012-2016 Innovate empowers women interested in entrepreneurship to learn more, found companies, and make change. • Saw need for entrepreneurial resources, so founded first business club at Scripps, a women’s college • Led a team of six executive members in fundraising, marketing, and events efforts for the club • Organized and ran meetings and events (Startup Weekend, student panels, alumnae events in Silicon Valley) • Built next generation of Innovate leaders to ensure continuity of club after my graduation Digital Product Management Intern, Sierra Club, San Francisco, CA Summer 2015 Sierra Club is an environmental NGO founded by John Muir, helping people explore, enjoy and protect Earth. • Self-designed project: Re-organized and designed select SC webpages to improve UX, guided by research • Set up chapter webpages using Drupal; set up and designed help sites using Google Sites; replicated site bugs Marketing Intern, Kabbage, Inc., San Francisco, CA Summer 2013 Kabbage is a small business lending platform, ranked a most promising company (Forbes 2014). • Aligned social media channels with the Kabbage brand through photo contests emphasizing the customer, an Instagram profile promoting transparency behind the scenes, and consistent and fresh design • Researched and deployed best practices for social media promotion, especially regarding Google+ for SEO • Identified a problem and created an opt-out system for Facebook users unhappy about regularly viewing our Facebook ads on their newsfeeds, immediately decreasing the negative comments on our page • Worked with customers and contributed to meetings about updating Kabbage’s brand and UI/UX Staff Writer, The Student Life Newspaper, Pomona College, Claremont, CA 2012-2013 • Wrote weekly news stories about current issues at the Claremont Colleges • Created bi-weekly, in-depth feature stories about Claremont life, including environmental issues

Volunteer Mentor, Leadership in Environmental Education Partnership (LEEP), Pitzer College, Claremont, CA 2016 • Led and taught sixth graders about local SoCal environment and scientific principles in nearby field station • Created weekly lesson plans with a team of college students to engage and educate our sixth graders Student Rep, President’s Advisory Sustainability Committee, Scripps College, Claremont, CA 2015-2016 Personal Finance Student Mentor, Moneythink, Jurupa Valley, CA 2014 • Led personal finance at a low-income HS, weekly; inspired student engagement; built safe space for learning

Skills & More • • • • •

Photography: Award-winning, PA Weekly; WordPress: crebinger; Etsy Shop: CARESIE; Instagram: @caresy Design: UI, UX Testing; UXPin; Drupal; Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator Marketing: Hootsuite, SilverPop, Facebook, Facebook Ads, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest Language: Limited proficiency: Spanish; Elementary proficiency: Danish; Beginner skills: Java, HTML, CSS Travel: Around the globe, including, in Sub-Saharan Africa, to Tanzania, Botswana, and Zambia in 2014


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INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability EDUCATION__________________________________________________________________________________ Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts: Physics Major, GPA: 3.66 • Dean’s List, Scripps College, Spring 2014- Spring 2015, Spring 2016 University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland September 2015-December 2015 • Study Abroad Fall 2015 Catalina Foothills High School, Tucson, AZ May 2013 • AP Scholar with Distinction, The College Board, 2013 • Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, Catalina Foothills High School, 2013 • Outstanding Senior Science Award, Catalina Foothills High School, 2013 • Scholar-Activity Award: Band, Catalina Foothills High School, 2013 • Student Athlete Award: Cross Country, Arizona Interscholastic Association, 2009 WORK EXPERIENCE__________________________________________________________________________ Math Grader, Scripps College, Claremont, CA January 2016-Present • Graded student homework for Differential Equation class 6 hours a week (Spring 2016) • Grade student homework for Linear Algebra class 6 hours a week (Fall 2016) Media Services Intern, Scripps College Information Technology, Claremont, CA August 2014-Present • Work the front desk answering calls, reviewing the calendar, checking equipment in and out • Assist presenters with technical issues, set up recordings, set up projector and computer for presentation SULI Intern, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO June 2016-August 2016 • Funded through DOE’s SULI program to conduct research in the Material Science Group full time • Studied water vapor sorption performance of desiccants • Independently trouble-shot and repaired an ICP-MS and created instructions for use Physics Tutor, Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA September 2014-May 2016 • Tutored students in General Physics through drop-in tutoring 3 hours a week. Environmental Summer Research Fellow, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR June-August 2015 • Funded through an NSF REU program to conduct research in Geraldine Richmond Lab full time • Studied the air-water interface of CO 2 uptake using aqueous monoethanolamine (MEA) • Ran population density, molecular orientation, and spectroscopic computations of aqueous MEAH+ • Measured surface tension of the MEA-CO 2 reaction • Presenting findings at American Chemical Society meeting in March 2016 Dorm Consultant Intern, Scripps College Information Technology, Claremont, CA August 2014-May 2015 • Set up computers to connect to school Wi-Fi, printers, and server full time for new student orientation week • Responsible for maintaining functionality of dorm computer laboratories • Execute troubleshooting for dorm printers and computers to maximize efficiency Junior Counselor and Counselor in Training, Fenster Ranch Summer Camp, Tucson, AZ May 2007-August 2012 • Taught art, ropes course skills, sports, swimming, and lifestyle skills full time ACTIVITIES___________________________________________________________________________________ • Challah For Hunger, Volunteer, Finance Manager, Finance Coordinator, Ingredient Manager, 2013-Present • 5C Animal Shelter Volunteer Program, Volunteer, 2014-2016 • Holden Village, Trails Assistant, 2014 • Amigos de las Américas, Volunteer and Route Leader, 2011-2013 • Foothills Falcon Marching Band, Mellophone Performer, 2008-2013 • Wind Ensemble, French Horn Performer 2008-2013 • Cross Country, Varsity Runner 2008-2013, Co-Captain 2013 • Track and Field, Runner 2009-2012 SKILLS _______________________________________________________________________________________ • Language Skills: Conversational and written Spanish • Computer Skills: Microsoft Office, MATLAB, R, Maple 18, Python, SolidWorks, SimaPro


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INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability

Education

Scripps College, Claremont, CA B.A. Expected May 2017 • Pursuing Bachelor of Arts in English, Minor in Hispanic Studies • Cumulative GPA—3.4; Dean’s List-- Fall 2013, Fall 2015 • Member of the National Spanish Honor Society, Epsilon Zeta chapter of Sigma Delta Pi Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Valparaíso, Chile Semester abroad, Fall 2015

Experience

United States Senate office of Senator Bernard Sanders, Washington, D.C June-August 2016 Legislative Intern • Acted as liaison between constituents and Senator Sanders’s staff, fielding up to 100 calls per day and recording concerns about legislation and casework • Conducted research projects for senior staffers, including identifying discrepancies in supplemental food allowances for military service members at home and abroad, complete with recommendations for amending existing programs and legislation to better suit those affected by them • Attended 2-3 Senate hearings and briefings each week for staffers and took comprehensive notes for their consideration • Delivered bills to the Senate floor and led tours for constituents through the U.S. Capitol Building Scripps College Institutional Advancement, Claremont, CA Program Supervisor September 2016-Present • Oversee hiring and training of callers and shift leaders and maximize fundraising potential by assigning calls to employees based on their history and interests • Act as liaison between Institutional Advancement senior staff and the Phonathon team to maintain productivity and improve the experience of students, parents, and alumnae Shift Leader January 2016-Present • Assist a program supervisor on two shifts a week by guiding callers through phone conversations and fundraising with alumnae and parents • Provide individualized coaching support to callers while maintaining collective morale and productivity • Attend weekly management meetings in order to plan for the week’s shifts and better utilize calling time Student Fundraiser September 2014- Present • Speak with alumnae and parents about their experiences, update them on the college and encourage them to support the college financially • Regularly meet and exceed fundraising goals by maintaining personal connections with alumnae and parents in the Scripps College community, personally raised over $30,000 for the college since starting Honnold-Mudd Library, Claremont, CA Services Desk Assistant October 2013- May 2014 • Delivered directional and reference assistance to patrons from across Los Angeles County, in person and by phone • Assisted with book circulation and general research questions • Earned “Student Employee of the Month” for providing exceptional service to patrons and for working closely with both student and professional colleagues

Skills

Language: Advanced spoken and written Spanish Technology: Proficient with Microsoft Office, social media and some research databases


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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts, Major: Linguistics; Minor Degree: German Studies -Dean’s List: Fall 2013-2015, Spring 2014-2015 -Scripps Humanities Institute Fellow, Fall 2015 University of Edinburgh Study abroad with IFSA-Butler

May 2017

Spring 2016

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Scripps Media Services, Claremont, CA August 2014 – May 2017 Audio Visual Technician Intern -Provided hardware, software, and electronics maintenance for classrooms, events, and administration -Instructed staff, students and faculty on equipment operation -Handled student equipment reservations of photography and video equipment -Performed regular classroom computer and audio equipment checks -Troubleshot system malfunctions -Monitored setup schedule, updated audio visual requests, and struck events Scripps New Student Program IT, Claremont, CA Information Technology Orientation Technician -Assisted new students in setting up network, printers, e-mail and portal accounts -Installed security and other software United Parcel Service, Kansas City, MO Center Customer Service Representative -Processed, sorted, and delivered mail and packages -Provided printing, faxing, and advertising design services

August 2015 & 2016

June 2013 – August 2013

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER WORK SPCA Animal Shelter, Merriam, KS June 2016 – August 2016 Feline Crew -Met cats’ nutritional needs, cleaned animal living space, and socialized cats -Guided potential pet owners in navigating pet adoption process and matching families with animals Shepherd’s Center, Kansas City, MO June 2015 – August 2015 Technology Consultant for Seniors -Trained senior citizens in basic computer literacy and program navigation Unleashed Pet Rescue, Mission, KS June 2014 – August 2014 Volunteer -Provided care for rescue animals, managed animal living space, and exercised dogs SKILLS Piano: 8 years of training Technician: proficient in Mac and Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite, Windows debugging, System Administration, Software & Hardware Troubleshooting Languages: proficient in German, novice in French, Russian Drawing & Design: pencil realism and Adobe Photoshop / Illustrator design skills


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INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability

A collaborative and people-oriented Emergency Medical Professional with deep interest in healthcare and a strong record of accomplishments supporting patients, family members and communities for a better quality of life.   

Emergency Medical Technician Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Women’s Studies

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Scientific Research Air-free Glove Box Public Speaker

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Synthetic organic chemistry Healthcare Worker Medical Volunteer

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K ECK SCIENCE D EPARTMENT , Claremont, California Research Assistant, December 2015 – Present • • • •

Organic Chemistry Lab project on Hydroamination with Organocatalysts. Limited examples of asymmetric, intramolecular hydroamination reactions employing dienes have been reported. Focused study on use of organocatalytic hydroamination of alkenes and dienes through preparation of Bronsted acid catalysts. Poster and thesis presentation at American Chemical Society for production of 1,2-dihydroquinolines using efficient Organocatalysts.

S OUTH A SIAN M ENTORSHIP P ROGRAM , Claremont, California Head Mentor and Founder, April 2016 – Present • • •

Raised inter-cultural, ally training, queer identity awareness and enhanced student engagement by founding first South Asian Mentorship Program across the five Claremont Colleges. Invited guest speakers to the Claremont Colleges to create dialogue around South Asian Identity. Collaborated with administration to provide more facilities and resources for students and raised student morale.

WEST COAST EMT , Anaheim, California

Emergency Medical Technician, August 2015 – September 2015 • •

Provided emergency medical assistance as Certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Educated EMT candidates as Trainer at West Coast EMT Orange County.

SCRIPPS COLLEGE , Claremont, California

Team Leader and Head Mentor, August 2014 – Present • • •

Led a team and directed a program to extend mentorship opportunities to other students in need. Invited and collaborated with speakers to discuss issues on mental health and raised level of awareness across student body. Supported students in power-based personal violence, including sexual assault, stalking and partner violence as Nationally Certified Violence Prevention Mentor.

E ISENHOWER MEDICAL CENTER , Palm Springs, California Medical Research Intern, May 2014 – August 2014 • •

Enhanced healthcare setting by analyzing healthcare policies at the hospital. Reviewed policies with key stakeholders, such as, doctors, nurses and patients and recommended modifications of policies based on their input. Reviewed the practices on prevention and control for MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) to help reduce healthcare costs, improve patients’ well-being and reduce the need of placing patients in isolation in Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit.

S T . J UDE MEDICAL CENTER , Fullerton, California President of Youth Leadership Team, June 2011 – June 2013 • • • •

Organized a team of over 300 volunteers at St. Jude Hospital to support patients and their families. Organized speaking and charity events for volunteers. Invited academicians and business persons as speakers to share their experiences. Raised over $3,500 for the Neighbors Helping Neighbors Organization to provide for underinsured and uninsured.


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SCRIPPS COLLEGE , Claremont, California, Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology, Expected May 2017 Courses: Molecular Biology Statistics Physics I/II Organic Chemistry I/II Biochemistry Biomechanics Vertebrate Physiology Organic Chemical Synthesis Genetics HIV/AIDS Chemistry


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INDUSTRY: Event Planning FULL TIME STUDENT OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES AT SCRIPPS COLLEGE and peer- and youth-counselor with experience in reconciling and integrating cross-cultural perspectives. Distinguished record in assisting multifaceted approaches to health-oriented holistic problem solving.  Deep international experience, fluent in 4 languages.  Gracious team management abilities with exceptional talent for newcomer outreach and coordination of sustainable, diplomatic communication networks.  Progressive leadership assignments in multifaceted operations and synergetic cooperation.  Interdisciplinary analytical skills providing strong adeptness at creative problem solving. EDUCATION 2013 – 2017

Major in Religious Studies, Scripps College Claremont, CA Scripps College for Women – Undergraduate Degree Program. GPA 8.069. Graduation date: May 2017

2011 – 2013

International Baccalaureate (IB) Program, Li Po Chun United World College Ma On Shan, HK Higher Level English Literature, History, Spanish (second language); Standard Level Mathematics, Environmental Systems + Societies, Mandarin (second language). GPA 38/45

2006 – 2011

IB Middle Years Program, Chinese International School Bilingual Education School

Hong Kong, HK

LANGUAGES English, Native Language; Fluent speaking, reading and writing Spanish, Fluent speaking, reading, and writing; schools attended include LPCUWC Mandarin, Conversant level speaking, reading, and writing Portuguese, Native Language: Fluent speaking

Hong Kong, HK Hong Kong, HK

EXPERIENCE 2016

2015

2015 2016

2016 – 2017

2014 – 2016

Intern at CXA (ConnexionsAsia) (B-to-B Health Insurance Company) Singapore Managed internship team. Transformed, refocused, and assembled company’s whitepaper document for Marketing Department. Organized vendor coupons and advertisements for CXA promotional event “goodie bag”. Intern at Kinetic APAC (Multimedia Out-of-Home Advertisement Agency) Shanghai, China Developed and presented creative solutions to client marketing goals. Clients included Anta (Chinese sports apparel brand) and The North Face. Employee at Eye of Buddha Claremont, CA Customer Service experience as Sales & Marketing employee at local boutique shop. Student Advisor at EmPOWER Centre (Violence Prevention & Advocacy Center) Claremont, CA “Think Tank” member of Student Advisory Board of the Resource Center for student survivors of sexual assault, stalking, and gender-based or intimate partner violence at the Claremont Colleges. Implementing educational programs and supporting survivors. President of NU ALPHA PHI (Intersectional Co-Ed Social Club) Claremont, CA Chaired weekly meetings in an all-gender inclusive, diversity “Safe Space” for students of marginalized identities. Mentored peers and cultivated sustainable communication efforts within the organization. Spearheaded creative fundraising projects and merchandise. “Music Meister” at The Wash Claremont, CA Head DJ for ongoing weekly party, “The Wash”. Responsible for ensuring swift transportation of all musical equipment (speakers, cables), and for invigorating the party with fresh playlists updated every week.

2014 – 2017

Café Con Leche (at Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment) Participating member in Hispanic & Latinx identity-based community group.

2011 – 2013

UWC Communications (web-based intercollegiate social media), Producer/Director Hong Kong, HK Founded, and administered creative processes and production of an intercollegiate video blog project, UWCTV. Earned leadership experience, broadened and refined my innovative, imaginative instincts.

2011 – 2013

English Tutorials (Tutoring for local primary school students), Leading Tutor Ma On Shan, HK Managed team of tutors, charged with developing student—tutor—faculty communications. Conducted regular English lessons at Ma On Shan Ling Liang Primary School for 5th and 6th grade students.

MISCELLANEOUS 2016 – 2017 2008 – 2015

3HO Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training (Sikh Yoga Style) Studying to become Certified as a Kundalini Yoga Teacher. Graduation date: May 2017 Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki I & II Certified (Energy Healing Technique) Certified and attuned to the practice of Reiki, a traditional holistic Japanese healing technique.

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Education

Scripps College | 2013-Present |

Questbridge Scholarship recipient Major: Dance (Performance and Choreography) Minor: Media Studies (Critical Film Studies) Spring Senior Thesis

Skills & Abilities

Computer Skills: Microsoft Office, iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Final Cut X, Adobe Premiere CS6, Adobe Premiere Pro CC (editing software) Database: CMS Data Entry, Footprints IT Helpdesk

Experience

Dance Media Assistant | Scripps College | September 9 2016-Present

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Suggested and implemented changes to Dance Department website Produced promotional videos for department Worked with Adobe Premiere and Word Press

Video Intern | Bates Dance Festival | July 4-August 9 2016

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Recorded performances and classes, as well as conducted interviews Edited class and interview footage for promotional/archival purposes Worked with Final Cut X

Archives and Preservation Intern | American Dance Festival | June 1- July 26 2015

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Assisted festival videographer at performances Edited and copied performance DVD’s for students, companies, and archives collection Worked with older recording and editing systems (DVD Video Recorder, Beta Max) Worked with Adobe Premiere Pro CC

IT Intern | Scripps College | January 2014-Present

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Managed the front desk to field phone calls Dealt with varied technical computer issues and reimaged computers Data entry Oversaw toner inventory/stock

Kumon Assistant Manager | Kumon Learning Center | June 2012-August 2013; May 2014-August 2014

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Tutoring children in reading and math Data entry, Inventory/Stock Optimized workflow in office setting through reorganization of important manuals

Sales Associate | Pandora | July 2014-January 2015

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Communicate with patrons effectively to design their desired bracelets Greet customers and manage 30+ patrons per hour during holiday season Keeping stations organized to optimize efficient transactions


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Experience New Student Program Coordinator

January 2016 – Present

Scripps College | Claremont, California Directed and hosted 60+ academic and social events, maintained $24k budget with 40 person team Integrated new team structure and expectations based on surveys and interviews of past members Represented College during panels, receptions, and Trustee meetings Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault Coordinator

March 2015 - Present

Scripps College | Claremont, California Provided support and resources to students through programming, hotline, and empowerment groups Organized 40-hour intersectional, trauma-informed training for new members Created and branded educational and promotional resources for Title IX Office and Dean of Students Consulted and corresponded with Trustees on funding, accomplishments, and ambitions Orientation Activity Retreats Coordinator

May 2014 – September 2014

Scripps College | Claremont, California Planned and directed seven off-campus trips for 270 new and transfer students Compiled detailed itineraries and emergency action plans for staff Prepared budgets, vetted vendors, and maintained all aspects of each contract; upheld $12k budget Department of Genetics Research Assistant

May 2015 – September 2015

Washington University School of Medicine | Saint Louis, Missouri CRISPR clonal gene inactivation screens on 10k Zebrafish at three developmental stages Investigated compartmentalization, number of organ founding stem cells in caudal and anal fins Developed pipeline for project implementation and created survey to analyze sample application

Education Scripps College

Class of May 2017

Biology Major Thesis: Comparative analysis of progestin use and breast cancer diagnoses San Bernardino Valley College

May 2016 – May 2017

American Sign Language, Conversationally Fluent

Skills Professional Attentive to details, organized, solution-oriented Technical Advanced: Microsoft Suite, HTML, CSS, Java Programming, Formstack, Google Drive features Personal Professional demeanor, insightful, strong communicator


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EDUCATION

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Scripps College/The Claremont College Consortium, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 Candidate for B.A. in Art History, Minor in Anthropology • GPA: 10.56/12.0; Dean’s List Spring 2015 • Recipient Fall 2015/Spring 2016 Deborah David & Norman Kurland Art History Scholarship ($18,000grant total) Menlo School, Atherton, CA • GPA: 3.62/4.0; Faculty Honors (2010-2013); Honor Roll (2009) • Departmental Award in French (2013); President, French Club (2013)

WORK EXPERIENCE

June 2013

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KSPC Claremont 88.7 FM, Program Director, Claremont, CA Jan. 2016 - Present • Responsible for oversight, planning, and coordinating full time schedule for 24/7 on-air college radio station • Supervise and manage local and student DJs and create additional broadcast content (podcasts, PSAs, promos, etc.) Connect the Dots, Social Media and Outreach Intern, Dublin, Ireland Summer 2016 • Intern for social enterprise start-up that addresses social and urban issues in Dublin, Ireland. Outreach to Dublin City Council and communities in Dublin for funding/sponsorship of events on civic issues, such as vacant spaces, sustainability • Drafted project proposals and pitches that effectively detailed the start-up’s mission; managed social media accounts KSPC Claremont 88.7 FM, General Manager, Claremont, CA Summer 2015 • Managed and programmed DJ shows, ticket giveaways, publicity/program guide, organized in-studio sessions with live bands and guests/interviews, wrote PSAs, blog posts and station promos, managed KSPC sponsored concerts and events, organized a month-long youth radio program KSPC Claremont 88.7 FM, Volunteer Coordinator, Claremont, CA Aug. 2014 - May 2015 • Developed and oversaw master schedule of volunteers for 24/7 broadcast schedule, planned team building events for all KSPC volunteers among the colleges • Trained new DJs and music reviewers ARTstART, Community Curator Intern , Claremont, CA Aug. 2014 - May 2015 • Paid intern for community program to educate high school students about local art and art history • Created and prepared lesson plans and art activities at local elementary schools and high schools combined with museum tours at local museums in the Inland Empire region BCBG MAXAZRIA, Sales Associate, Palo Alto, CA Summer 2014 • Consistent top seller in designer women’s clothing store; studied and reviewed seasonal styles and new clothing lines to provide targeted assistance to customers

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE/ACTIVITIES___________________________________________________ KSPC Claremont 88.7 FM, DJ; Promotions and Publicity Volunteer, Claremont, CA • On air radio DJ with live two-hour weekly radio show, The Weekly Dose • Promote KSPC events and shows via social media

Fall 2013-Present

Scripps Live Arts Club, Co-President, Claremont, CA Fall 2013-Present • Plan and organize on campus live concerts and research local music talent • Negotiate band contracts and organize live events; designed Scrips Live Arts logo and t-shirt

ATHLETICS AND OTHER INTERESTS

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JV and Varsity Lacrosse, Menlo School, Atherton, CA • Two-year starting varsity defender, lettering each year for nine-time league champions • Managed year-long training and practices of 10-20+ hours/week with academics Languages: German (Level 3) French (5+ years of study, including AP French)

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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Minor in Hispanic Studies Expected May 2017 • Study Abroad in Quito, Ecuador: SIT Culture, Language, and Development (Spring 2016) EXPERIENCE Glanville Music Library, Claremont CA Library Assistant Optimize workflow at the library though organizing all library materials Categorize all musical office data Address student musician questions and problems Scripps College Performing Arts Center, Claremont CA House Manager Oversee Performing Arts Center ushers during performances Enforce policies at events for employees, attendees, and performers Promoted from Usher to House Manager January 2015

September 2014-present

September 2014-present

June 2015- September 2016 The Amir Project, Webster, WI Senior Mentor Created curriculum on issues of food justice and gardening skills Plan and facilitate training of 25 college aged Farming Fellows Liaison between Fellows, Amir Project directors, and directors of five summer camps Communicate weekly with Fellows and Amir Project directors through Skype calls Promoted to this position after serving as a Farming Fellow in 2015 Something Silver jewelry store, Seattle WA Sales Associate Maintained daily sales goals and store appearance Streamlined sales during busy holiday months to specific lines of jewelry

June 2013-December 2015

ACTIVITIES Co-President, Activities Team, Scripps College, January 2014-present Plan bi-monthly events, either on campus or off-campus, for the entire Scripps College student body Maintained group membership by 100% Liaison between Dean of Students Office and Activities Team members Served as treasurer during 2014-15 school year Mock Trial A Team, Scripps College September 2014- December 2016 Portray witness during trial competitions Facilitate courses on public speaking and witness technique to new members SKILLS AND AWARDS Skills: Proficient in conversational Spanish and the written language and completed Seattle Rock and Roll Half Marathon in June 2015. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Wordpress, Photoshop, and Point of Sale Awards: Dean’s List Fall 2013, Spring 2014, and Fall 2015, Mock Trial: Outstanding Attorney and Outstanding Witness Awards 2015, 2013 and 2012


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Education___________________________________________ Scripps College – Claremont, CA

May 2017

Bachelor of Arts Economics and French Studies Dean’s List, Fall Semester 2013 Related Coursework: Econometrics, Behavioral Economics, Statistics, and Economic Development Senior Thesis: Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate and the Consequential Pricing of Provençal Wines

Experience__________________________________________ Abacus Planning Group – Intern – Columbia, SC • • • • • • • •

Maintained and reformatted documents within archival database containing financial records of clients Assisted in the revision and analysis of client financial plans, including communicating with clients for documents/information and updating plan information Worked directly with supervisors to understand firm’s unique service offering, client experience, and general office operations Received extensive training in the profiling of personal finance documents Facilitated bi-weekly presentations in front of co-workers on topics, such as retirement and health insurance Collaborated with full-time staff, maintaining open lines of communication to meet all associated deadlines on assigned projects Assisted with administrative tasks such as answering phones and greeting clients Orchestrated hour long team-building exercises for a group of 20 employees

Alliance Française de Denver – Intern – Denver, CO •

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Summer 2016

Summer 2015

Created and maintained Facebook page (1,679 likes) and Twitter page (46 followers) for only French language, culture, and resource center in Colorado Secured in-kind donations for annual summer fundraising event, “Summer Soirée” Formatted and designed templates for Silent Auction bid items Completed data entry from previous years’ registration Improved organization of www.leguide.org, an online resource for French culture in Rocky Mountain region Assisted with administrative tasks such as answering phones and greeting students

Starbucks – Barista – Evergreen, CO

Summer 2015

Trained and became certified as barista • Collaborated with team of four baristas during 8-10 hour shifts • Received extensive training in inventory management, occupational safety, sales, and customer service skills • Reinforced operational policies and procedures for cash handling, security, facilities maintenance, and inventory management • Operated cash register

Camp Chateaugay – Piano Instructor, Musical Theater Assist, Counselor – Merrill, NY Summer 2014 • • •

Instructed approximately ten piano students per day, ranging in age from 8 to 14 Collaborated with Music Theater Director to coordinate 20-student ensemble for “Alice In Wonderland” and “Roger and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” Facilitated daily routines with camp attendees (age 6-9), such as morning wake up, walking to activities, meal times, and bed times

Skills_________________________________________________________ French – Language Proficiency: Advanced; obtained certification in Teaching English as a Foreign Language while studying at the American University Center of Provence in Aix-en-Provence during Spring 2016 semester Computer Skills – Microsoft Suite, Worldox, Salesforce, Squarespace, Bidding Owl


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EDUCATION Scripps College - Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Economics-Accounting and Russian and East European Studies

Expected May 2017 GPA:3.3/4.0  Accounting Coursework: Accounting for Decision Making; Asset and Income Measurement, Auditing, Current: Corporate Finance, Tax Planning, Financial Statement Analysis  Economics Coursework: Principles of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics; Intermediate Microeconomics Fullerton College - Fullerton, CA June-August 2013, 2014  Coursework: Calculus 1, Business Law, Statistics GPA: 4.0/4.0

WORK EXPERIENCE BDO USA, LLP Orange County Office- BDO U.S, Costa Mesa, CA Winter Core Tax Intern

January-May 2017

 Provide tax compliance and advisory services to multinational companies  Analyze data received and directly participate in the individual income tax return preparation process  Prepare client correspondence on various international assignment matters;tax settlements and tax reconciliations

Cartpool- Claremont, CA Chief Operating Officer  Increased profits by 10% for start up through partnerships with local businesses  Developed brand ambassador program to increase customer base by 20%  Collaborated with CEO and CFO to expand start up to other colleges  Analysed competitors and forecasted future growth of revenue and app downloads Office of Institutional Advancement - Scripps College, Claremont, CA Student Fundraiser and Gift Planner

June 2016-Current

September 2013-May 2016

 Increased profits and raised over $5,000 during the year for Scripps College Fund through negotiation, persistence, and the asking ladder  Maintained accurate records of pledges and demographic changes  Negotiated donations from prospects over the phone, demonstrating tact and resolution skills  Maximized and allocated $3000 in Student Fundraiser budget that helped improve human capital and productivity

Office of Business Affairs – Scripps College, Claremont, CA June-August Summer 2015 Budget and Accounting Intern  Collaborated and developed a plan with the financial analyst to decrease campus utility expenses by 10%  Evaluated and recorded changes in fair value measurements and disclosures in accordance with GAAP  Prepared closing journal entries for bank reconciliations utilizing Workday accounting software  Developed an electronic filing system to maximize efficiency and accessibility of financial documents

LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES 5C Cartpool Club- Claremont, CA  President- Organize 4-5 events for students to experience entrepreneurship in a start up Women in Finance, Accounting, and Consulting – Claremont, CA  Co-President: Foster relationships between students and alumnae involved in business fields Scripps College Economics Society – Claremont, CA  Officer: Develop workshops and lectures for women to engage in economic discussions regarding inequality Pomona Hope – Pomona, CA  Project Leader: Teach students how to speak Russian and lead group projects

2016-Current 2013-Current 2013-2016 2014-2015

SKILLS AND AWARDS Language: Russian (fluent) Community Service and Leadership Recipient Recognition: State of California, Certificate of Congressional Recognition


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Education BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MATHEMATICS | MAY 2016 | SCRIPPS COLLEGE, CLAREMONT, CA · Thesis: At the Intersection of Math and Art: An Exploration of the Fourth Dimension, Non-Euclidean Geometry, and Chaos

· GPA: 3.64 – Recipient of the James E. Scripps Merit Scholarship – Cum Laude

Related Experience

MATH GRADER | SCRIPPS COLLEGE | SEPTEMBER 2015 – DECEMBER 2015 · Graded homework assignments and provided written feedback on errors in mathematical proof writing BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INTERN | GREEN FOREST CAR WASH | MAY 2015 – AUGUST 2015 · Gathered, cross-referenced, and analyzed data on the performance of all car wash locations · Provided recommendations for policy changes based on data analysis · Assisted in the research and development of new car wash locations

MATH TUTOR | SCRIPPS COLLEGE | SEPTEMBER 2013 – MAY 2014 · Provided math tutoring for fellow students in one-on-one situations and group sessions

· Built a relationship with students in one-on-one sessions and tailored my approach to meet their specific needs · Maintained focus on multiple students and disparate subjects simultaneously in group tutoring sessions MARKETING CONSULTANT | RADIUS | SEPTEMBER 2013 – FEBRUARY 2014

· Continued work from summer internship to provide data analysis for the Radius marketing team

MARKETING INTERN | RADIUS | JUNE 2013 – AUGUST 2013

· Efficiently used a “big data” database to gather data on businesses

· Analyzed data and determined the best application of data to content marketing

· Created content marketing materials, including articles, infographics, social media posts, and slideshows NATIONAL COMPETITOR | DECA | SPRING 2010 – SPRING 2012

· Worked independently and in small teams to write and present marketing plans at national competitions

Skills & Abilities

MICROSOFT WORD, POWERPOINT, EXCEL, AND OUTLOOK · Experienced with equations for manipulating data and methods for organizing data · Skilled in creating aesthetically pleasing and readable graphs, charts, and tables WRITING AND EDITING

· Significant experience with technical and persuasive writing through internships and coursework · Skilled editor with an emphasis on efficiency and attention to detail

SELF-STARTER

· Experienced with producing results in a timely fashion under little direct supervision

· Able to effectively communicate results to coworkers and incorporate independent work into larger team projects


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Education B.A. Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2016 • Economics major/Politics and International Relations minor • Honors thesis: Why Are We Still Listening to this Dead British Guy: An Analysis of Emergency Liquidity Assistance in Germany During the Sovereign Debt Crisis M.Sc. University of Glasgow, Adam Smith School of Business, Glasgow, Scotland Pending September 2017 • International Finance and Economic Policy

Experience Head Resident Advisor at Scripps College August 2015-May 2016 • Mentor all 19 new and returning Resident Advisors • Complete administrative tasks as assigned by the Area Coordinators • Provide support with planning and executing Resident Advisor training • Track and analyze programming requirements and budgets for all Resident Advisors • All responsibilities of a Resident Advisor Co- Treasurer at Scripps Associated Students May 2015-May 2016 • Elected by student body to represent student voices • Determines budget allocations for all student organizations • Processes all reimbursements for Scripps student organizations • Provides information to student body about other funding opportunities • Determines use of discretionary spending of student funds Aquatic Facility Coordinator at The Park District of Oak Park Summers 2014-2016 • Daily supervision of 5-16 lifeguards and up to 6 operations staff, total supervision of approximately 100 staff members • Attend to patron concerns and complaints • Oversee all facility and lifeguard trainings • Administrative duties, including daily completion and filing of paperwork and cash handling • Handle emergency situations, including maintenance emergencies Resident Advisor at Scripps College August 2013-May 2015  Meet and form connections with approximately 100 residents to ensure student safety  Plan and execute at least 6 events per semester to build community across 1,000 residential students  Educate residents and Scripps students on a variety of subjects including multiculturalism, alcohol awareness, mental wellness, and sexual assault  Handle any crisis situations that occur after hours and act as a liaison between students and professional staff  Budgeting responsibilities, including writing funding proposals  Mediating any conflicts between residents within the residence hall  Committee and administrative duties Grant and Fundraising Intern at Crossroads Social Entrepreneurship Academy January 2015-May 2015 • Facilitate Academy sessions teaching basic business skills to previously incarcerated women • Seek out new grant and fundraising possibilities • Contribute to writing grant proposals Intern at Davidoff Communications June 2014-July 2014 • Research and support on client projects including research on national trends • Generating social media content • Generating written marketing content Communications and Public Affairs Intern at Th!nkInc. Strategy June 2014-July 2014 • Developing and maintaining press and media contact lists • Updating media outreach information • Developing social media strategy • Generating written marketing content

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Microsoft Office Salesforce Social Media STATA Quikbooks


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INDUSTRY: Fundraising/Development EDUCATION Scripps College Class of 2017 May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies with Film/Video Concentration University of Melbourne, Australia Spring 2016 Relevant Coursework • Introduction to Video Art, Media Sketchbook, Experimental Animation: Digital Cinema, Media Arts for Social Justice, Introduction to Digital Art, Intermediate Creative Writing: Fiction, Advanced Creative Writing: Poetry, Writing Journalism, Media Studies Senior Thesis Documentary

PRODUCTION INTERNSHIPS Post-Production Intern, Peel & Eat July 2016 - August 2016 Boston, MA • Engaged in post-production of commercials by communicating with advertising agencies and editing on Premiere Pro. • Composed a thirty second anti-heroin advertisement in less than three months as part of a statewide intern competition. • Ensured that the offices of Peel & Eat were presentable at all times and well-stocked for future clients. Screenwriting Intern, Lena Rudnick June – August 2015 Brooklyn, NY • Developed three scripts through the editing and rewriting process: including, short film, pilot, and feature in order to improve Rudnick’s screenwriter profile. • Networked with New York screenwriting advertisers in order to promote Rudnick’s film to local and Hollywood producers. • Prepared and edited video content on Final Cut Pro for Rudnick’s freelance assignments with Found Sound Nation. Editorial Intern, Rose Styron July 2015 Martha’s Vineyard, MA • Collaborated with editors from Harper Collins Publishers in regards to Styron’s upcoming memoir. • Exemplified exceptional organizational skills while composing Styron’s emails and schedule by collaborating with her assistants. • Accompanied Styron to board meetings and book launches demonstrating confidence in group discussions and exemplary note taking skills.

WRITING/MARKETING EXPERIENCE Staff Writer, The Student Life November 2014 – October 2015 Claremont, CA • Conducted interviews with politicians, authors, and students to produced a twelve hundred word article every week for the Claremont Consortium’s most popular on campus publication. • Researched with editors to construct list of articles for the Life & Style section. • Attended events to network with distinguished guests and encouraged them to speak to me ‘on record’ about their experience. Scripps Editor, The Golden Antlers October 2014 – November 2015 Claremont, CA • Contributed monthly list of article ideas to the Claremont Consortium’s online humor magazine for our staff writers to expand on such as, “The End of the Girl’s College,” and “5C Fall Break: A Total Disaster.” • Acted as a mentor for the staff writers from Scripps College and edited their pieces before publication. Marketing Director, Nourish International October 2013 – January 2015 Claremont, CA • Attracted large attendence to weekly Café that fundraised upwards of two thousand dollars in order to send multiple students to Fundong, Cameroon to run a HIV/AIDS workshop. • Promoted the group’s Instagram following by fifty followers and increased club’s Facebook activity with a weekly post.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Shift Leader, Scripps Fund Purchasing Coordinator, Claremont Market Shares Waitress/Hostess, Bar New Haven • Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro, Microsoft Office

October 2015 – Present January 2015 - Present March 2013 – January 2016

SKILLS


HOME TAYLOR C-H INDUSTRY: Fundraising/Development Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Art History Senior Thesis: “The Cultural Mosaic Under the Tesserae: Local Identity in the Iconography and Compositions of Roman Floor Mosaics” Cumulative GPA: 3.67 Dean’s List Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 Sarah Lawrence College, Paris, France

Semester Abroad, Spring 2016

Experience Curatorial Intern June-August 2016 Department of European Painting and Sculpture, Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO • Assisted with the forthcoming French paintings catalogue • Organized and labeled documents for curatorial object files • Compiled information on the exhibition history, provenance, and bibliography of works of art in the collection Graphic Design Assistant September-December 2015 Office of Marketing and Communications, Scripps College • Created marketing materials for Scripps College • Edited and formatted existing materials for both online and print publications Mellon Research Fellow June-August 2014 Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College • Organized and used primary source documents to research the life and work of American photographer Dody Weston Thompson • Curated an exhibition of Weston Thompson’s work which was on display at the Clark Humanities Museum at Scripps College (April-May 2016) • Wrote wall texts and a press release for this exhibition • Wrote a report for Scripps College and the Mellon Foundation and presented this research at the Scripps Undergraduate Research Symposium • Assisted with other tasks, events, and exhibitions at the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery Development Department Intern Legal Aid of Western Missouri • Wrote case studies to be used in reports and grant proposals • Contributed to grant proposals • Catalogued donor materials

June-August 2013

Tour Guide June-August 2012 Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO • Lead tours for children of the sculpture park as part of the Teen Guide Program “Sculpture in the Summer” Skills Proficient in French (reading, writing, and speaking) Proficient in Adobe InDesign, Lightroom, and Photoshop Experienced in both digital and darkroom photography Proficient in Microsoft Office and comfortable with both Mac and PC platforms


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INDUSTRY: Fundraising/Development EDUCATION Scripps College Claremont, CA September 2013- May 2017 (Expected) Major: Molecular Biology Relevant Coursework: Calculus III, Linear Algebra, Introductory Biology with Lab (2 semesters), Accelerated General Chemistry with Lab, Principles of Physics with Lab (2 semesters), Organic Chemistry with Lab, Cell Biology with Lab, Genetics, Biochemistry, Computer Science (Python), Statistics, Vertebrate Physiology with Lab, Molecular Biology with Lab Future Coursework: Physical Chemistry, Computer Science (Racket, JAVA, Prolog and JFlap) Thesis: “Effect of HDAC (Thd2) on chromatin maturation in Tetrahymena thermophila” WORK EXPERIENCE Keck Science Department: Dr. Emily A. Wiley’s Research Lab Claremont, CA October 2015- Present Molecular Biology research lab working on DNA histone modification and chromatin maturation using the species Tetrahymena thermophila. Responsibilities included making SDS-polyacrylamide gels, running SDS-gels for chemiluminescent imaging, Coomassie staining, collecting and prepping flow cytometry data, isolation of nuclei and chromatin from whole cells. Clinical Follow-Up Intern, South Asian Heart Center, El Camino Hospital Mountain View, CA June 2016- August 2016 Summer intern at the South Asian Heart Center, focused on preventing early heart disease in the South Asian Community. Had appointments with participants guiding them into a heart healthier lifestyle by suggesting better meditation, exercise, diet, and sleep habits. Other responsibilities included finding a better appointment scheduler for the center, training high school and incoming summer interns, organizing physical and virtual files, entering publications into their database, going to local outreach events, and scheduling participant appointments. VOLUNTEERING Scripps Medical Team Claremont, CA Fall 2015 – Present CPR, First Aid and AED certified through American Heart Association and Triage Training Certification. Summer 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015 Stanford Auxiliary Junior/College Volunteer Palo Alto, CA Trauma Services: I performed office work where I organized medical files, performed administrative and clerical work Cancer Boutique: delivered gifts and flowers to patients in their rooms, ensured patients’ morale was elevated Ambulatory Surgical Center: assisted at the reception, guided patient’s families through the procedure of checking in, escorted families to the patient’s rooms, and helped doctors identify patient’s family. Total of 105 hours completed. LEADERSHIP POSITIONS Claremont Ekta Claremont, CA September 2015- Present Board member of South Asian Club at the 5 Claremont Colleges (Scripps College, Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, Pitzer College and Pomona College). The Ekta board is a group of 15 South Asians from the student body on the campuses that puts together political, cultural, and social events for South Asian students and is a voice for them. Asian American Sponsor Program Claremont, CA August 2014- August 2015 Sponsor for incoming first-year Asian American college students Organized and planned an event to educate on stress and burnout and its effect on the Asian American community EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES


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Shadowing: Pathologist, Oncosurgeon, OB/Gyn, and Radiologist Faridabad/Noida, India August 2015 Observed surgeries of breast cancer patients and cesarean sections. Also observed biopsies and general procedure of mamographies, ultrasounds, CT scans and MRIs. September 2013-February 2014 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Women’s Diving Team Claremont, CA Received varsity letter for competing on behalf of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletics September 2008-August 2013 Stanford Diving Palo Alto, CA Active member of Stanford Diving team and participated in various inter-club competitions Practiced 5 days per week RESEARCH TECHNIQUES Very Familiar: Gel Electrophoresis Immunoblotting (Western Blot) Flow Cytometry Fluorescent Imaging

Somewhat Familiar: Recrystallization Simple/Fractional Distillation Liquid-liquid Extraction Thin Layer Chromatography

Southern Blot Restriction Enzyme Digest PCR Column Chromatography

SKILLS Languages: Verbal and written Spanish, Conversational Hindi Computer Skills: Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft PowerPoint Software: Programming- Python, JFLAP, Logisim Other: SCUBA Open-Water Certification (PADI)


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Work Experience Marketing and Development Coordinator Acterra, Palo Alto, CA August 2016 – Present • Redesigned and implemented an organizational marketing and outreach plan, managing all social media engagement, curation of the member newsletter with a distribution of over 3,000 readers, and additional promotion through Facebook advertising, local publications, and news sites. • Develop events for community members, managing registration and on-site logistics, co-developing programming, and conducting donor outreach. Member of the Board of Directors The Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation, Studio City, CA 2013 – 2016 • Serving fourth annual term for $5.5 million asset base foundation with $600k+ annual budget. • Guided youth ages 8-21 through professional development and grants process as Senior Board Advisor, managing an $8,000 annual grants cycle (2013). Program Manager Youth Philanthropy Connect, Studio City, CA August 2014 – January 2015 • Served in fixed-term contract position to support organizational restructuring and training of new hires. • Facilitated the development and management of three large-scale partnership grants totaling over $90,000. • Created the Intern program, managing four new interns and handling all tools for internal communications and data tracking, including an intern guide, timesheet trackers, and social media performance. Program Assistant Youth Philanthropy Connect, Studio City, CA 2012 – 2014 • Planned and executed annual conference events, co-producing content, managing event logistics, creating marketing collateral, and conducting media outreach, increasing attendance by 180% over three years. • Promoted corporate sponsorships and strategic foundation partnerships, projects, and events through marketing and PR plans, monthly newsletters, web development, and social media. Intern The National Center for Family Philanthropy, Washington D.C. June 2011 – August 2011 • Researched models of next gen philanthropy through distributed SurveyMonkey and case study research. • Co-authored a white paper on the development of next gen boards, entitled “Igniting the Spark: Creating Effective Next Gen Boards” for publication with 14k+ direct readers and 100k+ online access users.

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Design: Adobe Creative Suite Graphic Design and Publishing (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) Technical: CRM Softwares (Salesforce.com, Constant Contact), Web Management (Wordpress, Squarespace); Google Analytics, Social Media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube), Microsoft Office and Google Suites

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts | GPA: 3.8, cum laude | Dean’s List Double Major, Media Studies (Scripps College) & Theatre (Pomona College)

2012 - 2016

University of Edinburgh, Business School, Edinburgh, U.K. Certificate in Arts Administration | GPA: 3.3

Board Service and Leadership Roles Secretary, Board of Directors, Change the World Productions, 2016 Board of Directors, No Limits Theater Group, 2015 Grant Writer, The Children’s Nature Institute, 2013 Committee Member, Next Generation Advisory Board, Exponent Philanthropy, 2011-2013 Collegiate Involvement in the Arts, Scripps College and Pomona College, 2012-2016: The Curtain Raisers Summer Theatre and Dance Scholarship Recipient, 2015; Play Selection Committee Member, Student Play Festival

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December 2016

Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations, Minor Hispanic Studies/Spanish 3.82 GPA

American University, Washington Semester Program, Washington, D.C. 

Fall 2015

Participated in the International Law and Organizations Seminar, focus in policy analysis and international relations

School for International Training, Human Rights and Social Movements, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

EXPERIENCE Independent Researcher, Scripps College, Claremont CA  

Fall 2016 – present

Thesis: Cutting Costs and Paying the Price: The Threat to Prisoners Health and Well-Being in Private Prisons Conduct research on prison food systems; investigating the effect of the private prison profit motive on the physical and mental health and well-being of prisoners

Agros International, Marketing and Communications Intern, Seattle, WA • • • 

Spring 2016

Semester Spanish intensive program and homestay with an emphasis in Argentinian politics, human rights and social movements

Summer 2016

Wrote weekly blog entries focused on international development and donor engagement Initiated and planed a fundraising project to bring awareness and raised $5,000 for the organization through a photo exhibition Assisted with water development and disease prevention projects to assist over 100+ families in six villages in Nicaragua Translated communication materials from Spanish to English or vice versa to assist in country staff

EMILY’s List, Marketing and Membership Services Intern, Washington, D.C.   

Crossroads Inc. Food Justice Meatless Monday Program, Intern, Claremont, CA 

Fall 2015

Aided in the marketing production process: drafting and editing written content; and reviewing samples Maintained database integrity in Raiser’s Edge by tracking and maintaining membership communications via telephone, email, and postal mail; sustained communication with a group of 50+ Friends of EMILY monthly donors and tracked donor requests Preformed candidate and policy research to assist staff with marketing material

Fall 2014 – May 2015

Worked with a group of 8 women recently released from life prison sentences and assisted them in planting, harvesting, and cooking food once a week as part of a rehabilitation program

Lane Powell, Intern, Seattle WA 

Summer 2015

Completed and executed administrative tasks; scheduled conference room, planned office wide events, accommodated meeting requirements for an office of 200+ employees, ensuring employee work efficiency

NARAL Pro-Choice Washington, Reproductive Freedom Fellow, Seattle, WA • • •

ACTIVITIES AND SERVICE Women’s Club Soccer Team Captain, The Claremont Consortium 

Fall 2014 – May 2015

Elected by team majority, managed a budget of $5,000 for the team, negotiated for a $1,000 increase the following year

LASPA Center for Leadership Launch Committee Member, Scripps College 

Fall 2014 – May 2015

Promoted and managed campus activity on the Peace Corps on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, assisted recruiter with outreach

HONORS AND AWARDS Dean’s List, Scripps College, Claremont, CA 

Fall 2013 – present

Awarded to students who received an A- average or higher while taking a full-course load; awarded 6 consecutive semesters

Young Philanthropist Award, Bainbridge Island, WA 

Fall 2014 – May 2015

Invited to participate as a student representative to plan and implement the mission of the center, represented the student voice on decisions related to the launch ceremony

Peace Corps Student Ambassador, Scripps College 

Fall 2016 – present

Lead team activities, manage team schedule, plan events, work with college staff to maintain club policy standards

Mock Trial Team Treasurer, Scripps College 

Summer 2014

Tracked over 50 candidates and created targeted campaign response strategies for high priority races Managed and trained 4 office volunteers weekly; published blog entries; planned and managed outreach and volunteer events Conducted over 100 blind calls weekly and updated voter information in the NGP Van donor database

Summer 2013

Created and implemented the “Birdhouse Project” in conjunction with the Housing Resources Board to raise $6,000 for affordable housing on Bainbridge Island; Awarded to one outstanding community leader annually

Rotary Club Scholarship, Bainbridge Island, WA

Spring 2013

Awarded $3,500: given to student leaders who show a dedication to their local community

Razor’s Edge, Sharepoint, NGP VAN, Microsoft Office Suite, Advanced Spanish, Lifeguard Certified

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HOME SARAH B INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA  

December 2016

Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations, Minor Hispanic Studies/Spanish 3.82 GPA

American University, Washington Semester Program, Washington, D.C. 

Fall 2015

Participated in the International Law and Organizations Seminar, focus in policy analysis and international relations

School for International Training, Human Rights and Social Movements, Buenos Aires, Argentina 

EXPERIENCE Independent Researcher, Scripps College, Claremont CA  

Fall 2016 – present

Thesis: Cutting Costs and Paying the Price: The Threat to Prisoners Health and Well-Being in Private Prisons Conduct research on prison food systems; investigating the effect of the private prison profit motive on the physical and mental health and well-being of prisoners

Agros International, Marketing and Communications Intern, Seattle, WA • • • 

Spring 2016

Semester Spanish intensive program and homestay with an emphasis in Argentinian politics, human rights and social movements

Summer 2016

Wrote weekly blog entries focused on international development and donor engagement Initiated and planed a fundraising project to bring awareness and raised $5,000 for the organization through a photo exhibition Assisted with water development and disease prevention projects to assist over 100+ families in six villages in Nicaragua Translated communication materials from Spanish to English or vice versa to assist in country staff

EMILY’s List, Marketing and Membership Services Intern, Washington, D.C.   

Crossroads Inc. Food Justice Meatless Monday Program, Intern, Claremont, CA 

Fall 2015

Aided in the marketing production process: drafting and editing written content; and reviewing samples Maintained database integrity in Raiser’s Edge by tracking and maintaining membership communications via telephone, email, and postal mail; sustained communication with a group of 50+ Friends of EMILY monthly donors and tracked donor requests Preformed candidate and policy research to assist staff with marketing material

Fall 2014 – May 2015

Worked with a group of 8 women recently released from life prison sentences and assisted them in planting, harvesting, and cooking food once a week as part of a rehabilitation program

Lane Powell, Intern, Seattle WA 

Summer 2015

Completed and executed administrative tasks; scheduled conference room, planned office wide events, accommodated meeting requirements for an office of 200+ employees, ensuring employee work efficiency

NARAL Pro-Choice Washington, Reproductive Freedom Fellow, Seattle, WA • • •

ACTIVITIES AND SERVICE Women’s Club Soccer Team Captain, The Claremont Consortium 

Fall 2014 – May 2015

Elected by team majority, managed a budget of $5,000 for the team, negotiated for a $1,000 increase the following year

LASPA Center for Leadership Launch Committee Member, Scripps College 

Fall 2014 – May 2015

Promoted and managed campus activity on the Peace Corps on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, assisted recruiter with outreach

HONORS AND AWARDS Dean’s List, Scripps College, Claremont, CA 

Fall 2013 – present

Awarded to students who received an A- average or higher while taking a full-course load; awarded 6 consecutive semesters

Young Philanthropist Award, Bainbridge Island, WA 

Fall 2014 – May 2015

Invited to participate as a student representative to plan and implement the mission of the center, represented the student voice on decisions related to the launch ceremony

Peace Corps Student Ambassador, Scripps College 

Fall 2016 – present

Lead team activities, manage team schedule, plan events, work with college staff to maintain club policy standards

Mock Trial Team Treasurer, Scripps College 

Summer 2014

Tracked over 50 candidates and created targeted campaign response strategies for high priority races Managed and trained 4 office volunteers weekly; published blog entries; planned and managed outreach and volunteer events Conducted over 100 blind calls weekly and updated voter information in the NGP Van donor database

Summer 2013

Created and implemented the “Birdhouse Project” in conjunction with the Housing Resources Board to raise $6,000 for affordable housing on Bainbridge Island; Awarded to one outstanding community leader annually

Rotary Club Scholarship, Bainbridge Island, WA

Spring 2013

Awarded $3,500: given to student leaders who show a dedication to their local community

Razor’s Edge, Sharepoint, NGP VAN, Microsoft Office Suite, Advanced Spanish, Lifeguard Certified

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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy

Education

Scripps College, Claremont, CA B.A. Expected May 2017 • Pursuing Bachelor of Arts in English, Minor in Hispanic Studies • Cumulative GPA—3.4; Dean’s List-- Fall 2013, Fall 2015 • Member of the National Spanish Honor Society, Epsilon Zeta chapter of Sigma Delta Pi Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Valparaíso, Chile Semester abroad, Fall 2015

Experience

United States Senate office of Senator Bernard Sanders, Washington, D.C June-August 2016 Legislative Intern • Acted as liaison between constituents and Senator Sanders’s staff, fielding up to 100 calls per day and recording concerns about legislation and casework • Conducted research projects for senior staffers, including identifying discrepancies in supplemental food allowances for military service members at home and abroad, complete with recommendations for amending existing programs and legislation to better suit those affected by them • Attended 2-3 Senate hearings and briefings each week for staffers and took comprehensive notes for their consideration • Delivered bills to the Senate floor and led tours for constituents through the U.S. Capitol Building Scripps College Institutional Advancement, Claremont, CA Program Supervisor September 2016-Present • Oversee hiring and training of callers and shift leaders and maximize fundraising potential by assigning calls to employees based on their history and interests • Act as liaison between Institutional Advancement senior staff and the Phonathon team to maintain productivity and improve the experience of students, parents, and alumnae Shift Leader January 2016-Present • Assist a program supervisor on two shifts a week by guiding callers through phone conversations and fundraising with alumnae and parents • Provide individualized coaching support to callers while maintaining collective morale and productivity • Attend weekly management meetings in order to plan for the week’s shifts and better utilize calling time Student Fundraiser September 2014- Present • Speak with alumnae and parents about their experiences, update them on the college and encourage them to support the college financially • Regularly meet and exceed fundraising goals by maintaining personal connections with alumnae and parents in the Scripps College community, personally raised over $30,000 for the college since starting Honnold-Mudd Library, Claremont, CA Services Desk Assistant October 2013- May 2014 • Delivered directional and reference assistance to patrons from across Los Angeles County, in person and by phone • Assisted with book circulation and general research questions • Earned “Student Employee of the Month” for providing exceptional service to patrons and for working closely with both student and professional colleagues

Skills

Language: Advanced spoken and written Spanish Technology: Proficient with Microsoft Office, social media and some research databases


HOME JENNIE F INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy

WORK EXPERIENCE Democratic Party of Virginia, Organizer, Henrico, VA Aug 2016 – Nov 2016  Recruited and trained more than 200 volunteers to register voters, canvass, and phonebank to increase voter turnout for the Clinton/Kaine presidential race and for state and local Democratic candidates  Executed a successful Get Out The Vote campaign to increase voter turnout in Henrico, helping to bring the county and state to a Democratic victory  Worked extensively with VAN to support a data-driven and metrics-based program, with data entry, virtual phonebanks, and cutting canvassing turf  Trained campaign Fellows in leading phonebanks and canvass events, training volunteers, and using VAN Matt Dunne for Governor, Volunteer, White River Junction, VT July 2016 – Aug 2016  Phonebanked using CallFire, entered data in VoteBuilder, and worked at community events with campaign team The Secular Student Alliance at the Claremont Colleges (SSA), Founder and President Apr 2014 – May 2016  Established first local SSA chapter to provide an intellectual, social, and activist community for humanists, atheists, and agnostics  As President, planned and led weekly meetings of 20-40 students with discussions, guest speakers, and social engagement; organized weekly dinners, small-group discussion meetings, and campus-wide events  Collaborated with SSA Regional Campus Organizer to plan Southwest Secular Student Con (2015), bringing together college students and nationally renowned speakers for a weekend of lectures and workshops Modern Languages Resource Center (MLRC), Tutor and Manager, Scripps College Sept 2013 – May 2016  As Manager (2013-2015), managed team of 8 language tutors and assisted MLRC Director in shift schedule, tutor resources, MLRC social media outlets, and website development in Wordpress  As Tutor (2015-2016), tutored 2-5 drop-in students weekly in Spanish and French; assisted students and faculty in using MLRC computer software and audio/visual resources New Student Program, Team Leader and Peer Mentor, Scripps College Aug 2013 – May 2014  Led and advised dorm team of 4 Peer Mentors and worked closely with group of 7 individual students, assisting with academic, social, and emotional matters  Mentored and provided support for all 30 first-years in dorm; organized monthly dorm events to foster supportive dorm community for all students Institute for Study Abroad, Butler Univ. (IFSA), Global Ambassador, Scripps College Sept 2015 – Jan 2016  Worked with IFSA Field Director for California; assisted at Scripps Study Abroad Fair  Organized study abroad info session for first-year Scripps students and wrote for IFSA Alumni Blog Taller de Acción Comunitaria (TAC), Activity Leader, Valparaíso, Chile Feb 2015 – July 2015  Volunteered with 5-member team at TAC, a grassroots organization that works with at-risk youth, to plan and lead a weekly 1.5-hour activity with a kindergarten class on environmental sustainability, in Spanish Chaparral Elementary School, Student Teacher, Claremont, CA Sept 2013 – Dec 2013  Co-taught two half-hour French lessons with peer each week to 34 fifth-grade students as part of the Scripps class Foreign Language Teaching Clinic; created original class syllabus and lesson plans for each class period LANGUAGES:

Spanish (Advanced), French (Advanced)

SKILLS: VAN, Qualtrics Online Survey Software, SPSS (statistical analysis and reporting software), Wordpress EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2016 Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with focus on Secular Studies, minor in Foreign Languages, GPA 3.96 New Generation Scholarship recipient (four-year full scholarship) and Dean’s List (four years) Senior Thesis, Sociology: “Liberal Arts, Religion, and Irreligion: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of Student Religiosity and Secularity at the Claremont Colleges” (Thesis Advisor: Phil Zuckerman, PhD) IFSA-Butler Chilean Universities Program, Valparaíso, Chile Feb 2015 – July 2015


HOME MUXUAN W INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations and Japanese May 2017 ·Dean’s List, Spring 2014-Spring 2016; Internship Grant, Summer 2014 ·Cumulative GPA: 3.76 Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan CIEE Arts and Science Program ·Gained deep understanding of Japanese society and developed Japanese language skills

March-July 2016

RELATED EXPERIENCE Program Intern US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce – EF, Washington, D.C September-December 2015 ·Assisted in event planning for procurement events ·Researched for Asia Trade Mission and annual CelebrAsian procurement event ·Managed twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn accounts, designed posters and send out e-blasts through Mail Chimp ·Tracked office spending and transaction, and file accounting records Internship Berger Hirschberg Strategies, Washington D.C June-August 2015 ·Database management in NGP VAN, excel, and google docs ·Researched for potential donors and tracked donor information Communications and Fundraising Intern INCLUDED, Beijing, China May-August 2014 ·Created a database for potential donors to support the operation of INCLUDED ·Drafted fund reports and proposals ·Managed social media accounts and designed publicity brochures ·Recorded recent donations and donor contact information Vice President Claremont Chinese Student Association, Claremont Colleges May 2014-May 2015 ·Arranged Chinese New Year Celebration which attracted more than 500 students and local residents ·Coordinated multimedia equipment and managed hall arrangement for the New Year Gala ·Managed the WeChat public account for the association and published news routinely OTHER EXPERIENCE Chinese Fellow and Research Assistant, Pomona College, Claremont Colleges January 2014-present ·Graded homework for modern Chinese literature class and held tutor sessions for students of Chinese language ·Arranged bibliography in assisting professor’s research on women writers in Modern China Alto, Claremont Concert Choir, Claremont Colleges Fall 2013-present Performer, Claremont Colleges Taiko, Claremont Colleges Fall 2014-present ·Performed Taiko (Japanese Drum) songs in school events Actress, Chinese Drama Club, Claremont Colleges Fall 2013 and Fall 2014 ·Performed “the Mother” in The Station and “School Principal” in Lv De Shui SKILLS Language Skill Chinese (Native Speaker); Japanese (JPLT Level 1); Spanish (Elementary); English (Fluent) Computer Skill Java; SML; Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel; Power Director (Video Making)


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, California May 2017 Bachelor of Arts, Public Policy Analysis and Economics • GPA: 3.7/4.0 • Thesis: The Impact of California Minimum Wage Hikes on Employment and Labor Demand Elasticity • Relevant Coursework: Calculus, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Economic Statistics, Econometrics, Financial Economics, Labor Economics, Political Economy, Policy Implementation

RECENT EXPERIENCE Pomona Economic Opportunity Center, Pomona, California August – December 2016 Intern • Spearheaded financial calculations such as the annual cash-flow analysis, quarterly expenditure breakdown, and projected 2016 – 2017 budget, cumulating in a 10-point presentation for Board Members and State Auditors. • Initiated a survey of 300+ members, tabulated demographic data, then depicted patterns and trends in charts. • Created a bilingual intake form and online processing system that halved the time needed for day laborers to file wage theft claim reports. Antitrust & Securities Bureau, New York Attorney General, New York, New York May – August 2016 Microeconomics Intern • Designed and executed independent, econometric analyses and data manipulation with regards to financial derivatives and industry benchmarks, resulting in the charts and briefing reports used in litigation discussions. • Performed double-blind analyses by defining variables, identifying sources of errors, and discussing the significance of trends in every stage of the analysis via concise Reconciliation Reports. • Analyzed 50K entries of economic data on multiple software interfaces, ran microeconomic forecasting models, and managed all financial data regarding two ongoing lawsuits. Office of Global Women’s Issues, U.S. State Department, Virtual August – May 2016 Virtual Student Foreign Service Intern • Constructed comprehensive summaries focused on school-aged girls in South East Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East by interpreting and translating statistics from UNESCO databases into accessible language. • Multitasked short- and long-term projects such as updating 3-year old fact sheets on best practices in girls education, managing a database of 2,000+ contacts, and creating the Let Girls Learn flyer in Adobe Illustrator. • Compiled and assessed information from academic journals, Lexis Nexis, and government reports to provide pertinent statistics for the 80-page White House Adolescent Girls Strategy. Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, Massachusetts May – August 2015 Women & Public Policy Program Intern • Produced correspondences letters, program evaluations, and press releases for internal and external distribution. • Drafted 1-pagers on specific people, news events, policies, and organizations for time-sensitive projects. • Developed, compiled, and published the online 2015–2016 Harvard Kennedy School Gender Course Guide.

CURRENT LEADERSHIP •

Co-Treasurer, Scripps College Student Government April 2016 - Present • Oversee budget allocation for 220 clubs, ensure fair and timely distribution of funds, and reconcile accounts. Voting Member, Scripps College Board of Trustees Finance Committee April 2016 – Present • Represent student interests during 4 strategic meetings focused on long-term college budget projections. Teaching Assistant, Scripps College Economics Department January 2016 – Present • Correct 60+ problem sets per month and provide one-on-one instruction for Intermediate Macroeconomics. Student Ambassador, Scripps College Admissions Office September 2014 – Present • Lead hour-long campus tours and facilitate communication regarding the ongoing Overnight Host program.

SKILLSETS, MEMBERSHIPS, & AWARDS •

Skillsets: Stata, Python, Microsoft Office Suite, QuickBooks, Bloomberg Terminal, Adobe, Open Office, Spanish Memberships: Scripps Funding Advisory Committee, Scripps Economics Society, “Green Jackets” Frisbee Team Awards: Dean’s List (2014 – 2016), Internship Grant (2014 & 2016), Johnson Summer Research Grant (2015)


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy

Education

Scripps College- Claremont, CA • • •

December 2016

Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies Dean’s List 2014, 2015, 2016 Eleanor J. Ham ’37 Scholarship Recipient

Work Experience

Scripps College Office of Admissions, Senior Interviewer- Claremont, CA 

Worked as one of four student interviewers in the Office of Admissions. Conducted two to three interviews per shift and submitted thorough evaluations. Engaged prospective students in thoughtful dialogue about their passions. Worked at orientation and visitation events, acted as an ambassador for Scripps College and helped students understand if Scripps is right for them.

Revolve Impact, Policy and Advocacy Intern- Los Angeles, CA 

May 2016- August 2016

Created messaging and social media for campaigns around mass incarceration, gun safety, and other social justice issues. Engaged in research and advocacy for major projects like #FREEAMERICA, VOTA!, and #SchoolsNotPrisons. Produced briefs and guidebooks for senior staff.

Sallie Tiernan Fieldhouse, Building Manager- Claremont, CA 

March 2014 – May 2016

Managed staff members in daily operations of the wellness center and pool. Opened and closed the facility and ensured success of center. Worked extensively on programming, payroll, scheduling, guest services, team building activities, and lifeguard training.

Hamilton College Consulting, Site Manager- San Diego, CA 

May 2015- September 2015, December 2015

Oversaw student staff, instructed high school students, created materials for daily classes. Tutored students in the Critical Reading section of the SAT. Created over forty original vocabulary quizzes and implemented and taught weekend vocabulary review classes.

Leadership Experience and Activities

Scripps Associated Students (SAS) Diversity and Inclusivity Chair 

2013- 2016

Created a space to discuss the politics of Asian American identity, generated and maintained dialogues about intersectional topics specifically regarding the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Helped plan monthly events on campus to raise awareness of issues facing AAPI students. Acted as a mentor to five AAPI first year students and supported them in their college career.

Skills 

2016

Sat on the Presidents Advisory Committee on Diversity and Inclusivity (PACDI), a committee that meets once a month to discuss issues of equity and racism on campus; provided campus-wide consultation on diversity and inclusivity, power, and privilege; ensured student government and administration maintains high consideration to issues of equity on campus during weekly meetings. Advocated for clubs and organizations on campus requesting resources from administration. Sponsored events that continued a thoughtful discussion of diversity and inclusion.

Asian American Student Union Member 

August 2016- December 2016

Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint CPR, First Aid, AED Certified


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Legal Studies major and Sociology minor, Current GPA: 3.65. Bachelor of Arts degree anticipated Fall 2016. • Dean’s List - Fall 2013, Fall 2014 - Spring 2016. University of Sussex, Brighton, United Kingdom • Law and Sociology, Fall 2015 Study Abroad. o Sussex University Fencing Club, Women’s 2nd Team.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY District Office Intern, Office of Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez June 2016 to August 2016 Los Angeles, California • Assisted staff Field Representatives with managing the casework needs and input of constituents using the Legislative Constituent Management System and providing administrative support. • Conducted research on pending bills and state policies on behalf of staff to assist them in better engaging with the various communities and organizations within the 51st Assembly District.

Leadership Academy Intern, Center for Asian Americans United for Self-Empowerment June 2016 to August 2016 Los Angeles, California • Participant in a 9-week professional development program for students who are interested in exploring a career in public service to gain firsthand experience in politics through community organizing, constituent services, community relations, legislative research, etc. • Collaborated with fellow interns to develop a public service announcement video campaign to mobilize Asian American and Pacific Islander youth to vote in the upcoming election. Building Manager, Sallie Tiernan Field House Scripps College, Claremont, California June 2014 to May 2016 • Supervised a team of customer services associates, lifeguards, and fitness instructors. • Managed onsite facility and customer problems, conflicts and issues regarding accessibility and policy as a student leader to optimize its delivery of health, fitness and wellness services.

Digital Intern, New Partners Consulting, Inc. June 2015 to August 2015 Washington, D.C. • Developed tools tracking digital publications’ impressions for progressive political consulting firm. • Learned campaign design principles and methodologies, assisted staff with social media and websites, drafting email blasts, reports, and web content as well as providing administrative support.

Taiwanese American Citizens’ League – Political Internship Program June 2015 to August 2015 Washington, D.C. • Participated in an 8-week program in Washington D.C. which included a full-time internship, various workshops on leadership, identity, policy, and networking as well as a group advocacy project on an issue important to the Taiwanese American and Asian American and Pacific Islander communities as a whole. • Conducted independent research with fellow interns and visited various congressional offices on Capitol Hill to advocate for legislation to increase mental health services in schools.

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES Mock Trial B Team, C Team Captain, Media Relations September 2013 to May 2015 Scripps College, Claremont, California • Analyzed evidence in to develop arguments for defense/prosecution/plaintiff in a mock trial case. • Played character and expert witness and attorney role in multiple national college tournaments. • Coordinated the creation of the team’s website using a Weebly platform and managed the team’s social media presence.


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JOELLE L

INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy Education: Scripps College, May 2017 GPA: 3.79 Major: American Studies with concentration in Government Minor: Hispanic Studies Recipient of Hillary Rodham Clinton Scholarship for Leadership Work Experience: College Essay Tutor, Private family, Diamond Bar, CA 10/2016-Present • Edited and formatted college application essays for a high school senior. Nanny, Private family, Claremont, CA 09/2013-Present • Picked up children every weekday from school and played with them until their parents returned from work. Social Media Intern, Washington D.C. 06/2015-07/2015 National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty through the Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism • Managed the Twitter account for the “90 Million Strong” Campaign by regularly tweeting articles pertaining to the death penalty. • Wrote news releases and articles about the death penalty. •Analyzed and summarized the Glossip v. Gross Supreme Court case. Camp Counselor, Camp Alonim, Simi Valley, CA 06/2014-07/2014 • Cared for a bunk of a dozen ten-year old girls. • Planned and ran fun and educational activities. Leadership and Social Service Experience: Co-President, Claremont Colleges Hillel, Claremont, CA 09/2016-12/2016 • Organized weekly Shabbat dinners and other religious and social events regularly attended by over 60 students. • Created agendas and led student board meetings. English Tutor, Apoyo Escolar, Buenos Aires, Argentina 04/20107/2015 Instructor, Prison Education Project, Chino Hills and Norco, CA 10/2014-05/2015 • Prepared weekly lesson plans and taught incarcerated individuals • Encouraged inmates to pursue education after their release and provided them with information regarding college and career possibilities First Year Students at Hillel Chair, Claremont, CA 09/2015-12/2015 • Organized social events for first year students to welcome them to the Claremont Hillel community. Social Activities Chair for Hillel, Claremont, CA 01/2015-05/2015 Vice President Progressive Claremont Israel Alliance, Claremont, CA 12/2014-05/2015 Staff Writer for The Scripps Voice, Claremont, CA 01/2014-12/2015 Hall Senator, Claremont, CA 09/2013-05/2014 • Planned social events for the students living in my dorm. Skills • Advanced Spanish speaking and writing • Social Media (Twitter, Facebook)


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont CA Expected May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy Analysis (in partnership with Pomona College), minor in Hispanic Studies Dean’s List: Fall 2015, Spring 2016 EXPERIENCE • •

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Public Counsel Legal Intern, Los Angeles, CA

Coordinate and work on outreach and intake for clients seeking asylum, in Immigration Rights Project division at the largest pro bono law firm in the nation Conduct intakes in Spanish with Spanish speaking populations; interview asylum seekers from the Middle East, and Africa

August 2016-present

U.S. Department of State Intern, Washington, D.C. Familiarized with foreign policy, education policy, and public-private partnerships, especially pertaining to youth issues Supported Program Officers with projects in youth programs such as the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES), Ben Franklin Fellows, and Emerging Young Leaders Promoted outreach for programs in regards to inclusivity of different marginalized populations

May-August 2016

Congressman Rick Larsen Intern, Bellingham, WA Served as first point of contact, fielding phone calls, and welcoming constituents Analyzed data, and contributed to research in order to support staff with projects on a variety of topics including human trafficking, agricultural exports, and education

May-August 2014

North Pacific Seafood Employee, Naknek, AK Strengthened ability to adapt to different work environments and broadened understanding of cultural differences Worked 16-hour shifts, 7 days a week for entirety of salmon season

June-July 2014

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Scripps Board of Trustees Student Representative, Claremont, CA Facilitate communication between students and trustees Organize events to understand and tend to issues pertaining to the entire student body Voting member of Education Policy committee for 2016-2017 Academic Year

July 2016-present

Scripps Associated Students Co-President of Class of 2017, Claremont, CA Organize and publicize many campus events and increased transparency between administration and students Reelected for second term to represent the class by relaying student opinion on relevant campus issues to the administration Manage and operate a budget of over $10,000 for senior class programming Scripps Student Investment Fund, Claremont, CA Collaborate with other members to maintain and update Scripps stock portfolio with over $270,000 in assets Research and pitch potential equity investments along with market neutral strategies and hedging Scripps Mock Trial, Claremont, CA Evaluated case material to craft and convey central argument in competitions Actively contributed to over 10 inter-college competitions

March 2015-present

January 2015-present

September 2014- May 2016

SKILLS •

Language Proficiency: Full business proficiency and written Spanish (Study abroad in Madrid, Spain in Fall 2015)


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy EDUCATION Scripps College: Claremont, California August 2012-May 2016 B.A: American Studies GPA: 3.87 Honors: Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude, Dean’s List, Mellon Foundation Undergraduate Research Fellow; Scripps Humanities Institute Fellow Senior Thesis: “A Model for Empowerment: Lugenia Burns Hope’s Community Vision through the Neighborhood Union” EXPERIENCE Urban Compass, Program Coordinator, Watts, California August 2016-Present • Manage an encouraging and productive classroom of 15 elementary school students; provide individual academic support; work with program team to design enriching sports and blended learning activities for 50 students; supervise high school and college student volunteer tutors • Track student progress through management of social and academic data on Salesforce, collaborate with parents on students’ academic and social wellbeing Center for Faith Justice, Leaderworx Program Leader, Trenton, New Jersey June-August 2015 • Led social justice education and community engagement trips for middle and high school students • Responsible for transportation, education, mentoring and physical welfare of 6-12 students participating in week-long residential programs with NGOs in Appalachia and Trenton engaged in building construction, prison rehabilitation, homeless support services and elder care Fresh Lifelines for Youth, Intern, Redwood City, California June-August 2014 • Provided general administrative support for an NGO which provides mentorship and education to middle school children transitioning out of the Juvenile Justice system • Duties included survey data entry, file management, expense report submissions and advance planning for academic year programming Fleet Feet Sports, Customer Service Representative, Menlo Park, California May 2013-August 2014 • Worked in customer service support for specialty retail running store requiring exceptional service • Duties included evaluating the customer’s running gait, providing guidance regarding various products, participating in a training course on product technology, consulting with vendors on retail product placement; provided additional administrative services such as: responding to phone inquiries, banking and stocking merchandise Peninsula Bridge Program, Teaching Assistant, Portola Valley, California June-July 2012 • Tutor and PE Coach for an academic program preparing 20 students from under-resourced communities for high school • Duties included supporting students enrolled in a philosophy class and leading physical education classes SERVICE Girls on the Run, Our Lady of the Assumption School, Claremont, California October 2015-May 2016 • Coached 20 girls in an after-school program encouraging positive emotional, social and physical development Caritas Hellas, Athens, Greece October - December 2014 • Taught English classes and provided support services for refugees and asylum seekers from Middle Eastern and African countries ACTIVITIES Mariachi Serrano De Claremont Band; Claremont Colleges Women’s Ultimate Frisbee Team; MultiFatith Service Council, College Year in Athens (Semester Program); Completed Athens Classic Marathon; 14th U.S. Congressional District Student Advisory Board SKILLS AND TRAINING Office Skills: Mac OSX and Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint); Student Affairs Training: Sustained Dialogue Institute Moderator Training (facilitating dialogue on diversity, inclusion and conflict resolution), Los Angeles Archdiocese Program for Protection of Children, Claremont Sexual Assault Bystander Engagement Training; Stanford University Continuing Studies Search Engine Optimization Course, Salesforce for Non-Profits; Languages: Spanish (limited working proficiency)


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Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, minoring in Hispanic Studies • GPA 3.72, Dean’s List Spring 2014 and Spring 2015 • Scripps Presidential Scholar: Four-year partial scholarship • Thesis- “Just Hold On, We’re Going Om”: Perceptions of Mindfulness and Meditation in the Global West “Teaching for Social Change” Workshop Series-- Pitzer College, Claremont, CA Spring 2015 • Selected to attend four workshops led by award-winning teachers centered on fostering social justice through teaching • Learned invaluable cultural competency, student engagement, and instructional planning skills to assist diverse learners and administer social change Work/Volunteer Experience________________________________________________________________ Research Assistant October 2013 – Present Scripps’ Office of Assessment and Institutional Research, Claremont, CA • Maintain general upkeep and organized workflow in the office • Utilize Microsoft Office technology (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) to analyze assessment and evaluation surveys and reports • Assist in data collection and data entry for internal and external reporting purposes Research Intern June 2016 – August 2016 Maine Immunization Program, Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Augusta, Maine • Compiled and presented K12 school enrollment and vaccine count data for 150+ Maine schools • Expertly utilized Excel and Google Fusion Tables to create tables and heat maps displaying annual SchoolLocated Vaccine Clinic program statistics for the years 2011 through 2015 • Co-pioneered and co-drafted a Maine legislative proposal for universal access to all vaccines federally recommended for Maine adults • Extensively researched and compiled Maine population statistics, vaccine count statistics, and vaccine pricing information to estimate the cost of above Maine legislative proposal Audience Engagement and Communications/Public Relations Intern May 2015 – August 2015 Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME • Expertly compiled and presented museum visitor data with tables, line graphs, bar graphs, and heat maps using Excel and Google Fusion Tables • Utilized Createsend programming to update the Portland Museum of Art’s Calendar of Events online • Aided the Public Relations Department in publicizing the 2015 Portland Museum of Art Biennial exhibition • Extensively researched and compiled contact information for members of congress, new media listings, and more than 100 local news sources • Distributed exhibition posters around southern Maine Peer Mentor Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 Scripps College First Year Program, Claremont, CA • Exceled in leadership training, crisis management training, and event planning • Planned successful events for more than 100 students • Provided extensive guidance and resources for first year students CARE (Creating Academic Relations through Education) Classroom Volunteer Fall 2013 Chaparral Elementary School, Claremont, CA • Tutored children successfully in various academic subjects • Effectively assisted teachers in the set-up and execution of lesson plans Skills___________________________________________________________________________________ • Computer skills: Microsoft Office Suite, Social Media Platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) • Casual conversational and written Spanish


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Minor in Hispanic Studies Expected May 2017 • Study Abroad in Quito, Ecuador: SIT Culture, Language, and Development (Spring 2016) EXPERIENCE Glanville Music Library, Claremont CA Library Assistant Optimize workflow at the library though organizing all library materials Categorize all musical office data Address student musician questions and problems Scripps College Performing Arts Center, Claremont CA House Manager Oversee Performing Arts Center ushers during performances Enforce policies at events for employees, attendees, and performers Promoted from Usher to House Manager January 2015

September 2014-present

September 2014-present

June 2015- September 2016 The Amir Project, Webster, WI Senior Mentor Created curriculum on issues of food justice and gardening skills Plan and facilitate training of 25 college aged Farming Fellows Liaison between Fellows, Amir Project directors, and directors of five summer camps Communicate weekly with Fellows and Amir Project directors through Skype calls Promoted to this position after serving as a Farming Fellow in 2015 Something Silver jewelry store, Seattle WA Sales Associate Maintained daily sales goals and store appearance Streamlined sales during busy holiday months to specific lines of jewelry

June 2013-December 2015

ACTIVITIES Co-President, Activities Team, Scripps College, January 2014-present Plan bi-monthly events, either on campus or off-campus, for the entire Scripps College student body Maintained group membership by 100% Liaison between Dean of Students Office and Activities Team members Served as treasurer during 2014-15 school year Mock Trial A Team, Scripps College September 2014- December 2016 Portray witness during trial competitions Facilitate courses on public speaking and witness technique to new members SKILLS AND AWARDS Skills: Proficient in conversational Spanish and the written language and completed Seattle Rock and Roll Half Marathon in June 2015. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Wordpress, Photoshop, and Point of Sale Awards: Dean’s List Fall 2013, Spring 2014, and Fall 2015, Mock Trial: Outstanding Attorney and Outstanding Witness Awards 2015, 2013 and 2012


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SCRIPPS COLLEGE, CLAREMONT, CA

DUAL BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS & POLITICS/FRENCH STUDIES, MAY 2017  Fall 2015 semester at Sorbonne Nouvelle University (Paris III) in Paris, France

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE NEIGHBORHOOD LEGAL SERVICES, LEGAL INTERN | POMONA, CA | AUG 2016 – PRESENT  Assisted self-represented low-income litigants in completing necessary court documents in family law areas

such as divorce, parental rights, child custody and visitation, divorce and paternity responses and judgments, as well as Unlawful Detainer actions; explained court orders to understand judicial process

CABINET CASTELLANE AVOCATS LEGAL INTERN | PARIS, FRANCE | FALL 2015, SUMMER 2016  Analyzed and assisted in making conclusions on arbitration and legal cases in French and English at international business law firm  Collaborated with International Chamber of Commerce; aided in organization of arbitration hearing and drafting of an arbitral award; drafted right to responses, official correspondences to lawyers, parties, and judges, various transcriptions, English-French translations PRINCESS CRUISES HR COMMUNICATIONS INTERN | SANTA CLARITA, CA | JUNE 2015 – AUGUST 2015  Constructed Holland America Group intranet and Princess eNewsletter to consolidate information for all HA Group brands’ employees (Holland America Line, Princess, Seabourn)  Organized and improved efficacy of WeInnovate, a crowdsourcing platform created in order to allow employees to provide cross-department suggestions to improve the company SCRIPPS COLLEGE COMMUNICATIONS INTERN | CLAREMONT, CA | OCTOBER 2013 –

PRESENT

 Worked in the Dean of Students office to assist Deans of Residential Life and Academic Resources and

Services, and Vice President of Student Affairs, and liaise student/faculty correspondence

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

C L A R E M O N T C O L L E G E S S T U D E N T S F O R M E N T A L W E L L N E S S (5C SMW)

EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER | CLAREMONT, CA | FEBRUARY 2016 – PRESENT  Worked towards emphasizing mental health care in minority and marginalized communities by promoting

discourse and partnering with the Claremont Colleges students and administration and mental health experts

MODERN LANGUAGE RESOURCE CENTER TUTOR | CLAREMONT, CA | AUG 2016 – PRESENT

 Provided effective tutoring services to students in French classes through assistance with test preparation,

essays, grammar and conversation.  Encouraged critical thinking and taught how to self-correct and revise compositions

S C R I P P S A S S O C I A T E D S T U D E NT S S E C R E T A R Y | C L A R E M O N T , C A | S E P T 2 0 1 4 —M A Y 2 0 1 5  Acted a liaison between SAS, the administration, and student body while communicating with the Board of Trustees; kept minutes for Executive/Programming Board meetings, managed social media and SAS website SCRIPPS COLLEGE MOCK TRIAL CAPTAIN /ATTORNEY | CLAREMONT, CA | SEPT 2013 – MAY 2015

 2015 All-Regional Attorney award awarded by American Mock Trial Association; 2014 American Mock Trial

Association Claremont Regional Championship Winner; 8th place at National Championship qualifier

 Managed team of 12 people by organizing lessons, weekly practices, preparing and editing direct/cross-

examinations and closing arguments for tournaments

SCRIPPS COLLEGE NEW STUDENT PROGRAM PEER MENTOR | CLAREMONT, CA | SEPT 2014 —MAY 2015  Assisted first-year students in acclimating by programming events and connecting them with school resources;

participated in complex problem-solving and solution-based intervention

ADDITIONAL SKILLS  Fluent and professionally proficient (speaking, reading and writing) in French with excellent interpersonal, verbal, written communication skills and public speaking skills  Exceptional Windows/Mac OS X, Microsoft Office, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Adobe InDesign, social media programs


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy Education Scripps College Claremont, CA B.A. Environment/ Economics/ Politics

May 2017

Skills and Awards Proficient in French, Microsoft Office, computer research, social media, Facebook, statistics, data analysis, community outreach, GIS, Voter Access Network (van) Keck Foundation Summer Research Fellowship Keck Science Department (2015) Conducted research on leaf cutter ants in Costa Rica Experience Research Intern, Hilltop Public Solutions

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Aided and expanded coalition of Colorado organizations and corporations for different campaigns through research and direct outreach Assisted in campaign and outreach efforts for Senator Michael Bennett’s reelection Helped research key bills to pass in the senate

Core 1 mentor, Scripps College

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(Fall 2015)

Helped professors accommodate and ensure students success Aided 15 first years students academic adjustment to college

Firestone Center for Restoration Ecology, Barú, Costa Rica

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(summer 2015) Researched leaf cutter ant nests and analyzed nesting behavior Utilized GPS topography techniques to map 100 new nests Re-mapped a 10-acre lot for an ongoing research project that analyzes ant behavior and foraging techniques

Princeton Ridge Coalition, Princeton, NJ

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Organized outreach in the Princeton area Gained lobbying support to fight the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Raised awareness of environmental issues of safe pipeline construction

Publications Joshi, Maithili, 2015. Effects of Drought and Fire in Amazonian Rainforests pages 229-238 in Morhardt, J. Emil, Editor.,Energy, Biology, Climate Change. CloudRipper Press, Santa Barbara, California, 365 pages JOSHI, MAITHILI 2016. Morhardt, J. Emil Editor. Energy Innovations 2016. CloudRipper Press, Santa Barbara, California, 285 pages


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy

Scripps College—Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology • Senior Thesis: “Sexual Education and Agency Culture at the Claremont Colleges” • Coursework: The Newspaper Op-Ed, International Journalism, Writing for Social Change • Dean’s List Fall 2013

May 2016

WORK EXPERIENCE Institutional Advancement Summer Intern , Scripps College Career Planning & Resources

May 2016-August 2016 Constructed targeted emails to students, drafted letters and website updates, formatted community newsletters. Researched companies and employers, wrote position descriptions, and posted job/internship listings on our portal. Created visual and digital marketing materials promoting our staff, services, and resources, and updated social media. Provided administrative assistance and customer service, answered phone calls, scheduled meetings, and input data. Summer Conference Assistant, Scripps College Public Events May 2015-August 2015, May 2016August 2016 • Assisted planning and hosting events, including weddings, alumnae events, music workshops, and academic programs. • Wrote instructional materials, organized office records, created signs/documents, and completed research projects. • Organized staffing schedules, set up physical layouts, served as on-call liaison, and performed on-site tasks as needed. • Collaborated with and delegated tasks among team of 5-6 and communicated with other campus departments. Career Consultant, Scripps College Career Planning & Resources August 2015-May 2016 • Reviewed resumes, cover letters, and personal statements for undergraduate students of various fields of study. Advised students on enhancing their application materials and career searches based on individual goals and strengths. • Co-moderated “Breaking the Glass Ceiling” Panel and served as student rep. for Internship Grant Review Committee. • Designed sandwich boards, wrote marketing and promotional material, and created running slideshows. • Completed various administrative tasks as needed, including scheduling, answering phones, organizing, emails. • • • •

WRITING & EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE

Staff Writer, The Student Life—Claremont, CA, Student-Run College Newspaper

September 2015-December 2015 • Wrote weekly articles, covering sexual assault policies, student social justice initiatives, and institutional expansion. • Communicated with editors and co-writers; conducted research and interviews with administration, students, etc. Copy Editor, The Scripps Voice—Claremont, CA, Student-Run College Newspaper September 2014-May 2015 • Edited 4-5 articles per biweekly issue for mechanical errors, organizational structure, and clarity using AP style. • Reviewed content with attention to paper’s emphasis on intersectional feminist representation of student voices. Staff Writer, The Scripps Voice—Claremont, CA, Student-Run College Newspaper September 2012-May 2015 • Wrote 1-2 articles per biweekly issue, including reports on campus events such as performances, gallery openings, guest speakers, and alumnae highlights as well as various op-eds on trigger warnings, feminism, social justice, etc. • Maintained a regular film column, reviewing Netflix streaming recommendations and award season nominations. • Planned stories, connected with sources, and revised articles in collaboration with editors.

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Competitive Partnerships Organizer—Claremont, CA November 2014-January 2016 • Supported independent competitive ballroom dancing community (approx. 40 members) by working in team of 4-6 to organize professional and peer training, group practices, and competition logistics, managing multiple projects at once. • Facilitated communication among dancers, maintained social media groups and relationships with professional coaches, encouraged positive participation through peer training and team-building events. • Applied for various funding opportunities and collected donations to cover shoes, costumes, and registration needs. • Participated in three-time winning formation routine of 10 dancers, practicing 6-12 hours per week independently.

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Experience with WordPress, MyEmma, Formstack, Asana, Adobe InDesign, iMovie, Microsoft Office Suite. Company dancer with VISIONS Contemporary Ballet—New York, NY (Fall 2016)


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2016 Bachelor of Arts, Honors in History • Cumulative GPA – 3.68 • Senior Thesis: Blood On the Leaves: Lynchings, Police Murders, and the Narration of Racial Terrorism Against Black Bodies • Related coursework: Marx in Context, The Black Male Experience, The African Diaspora US since 1877, the American 1960’s, Decolonizing History, Black Americans and Political Systems, Prisons, Parks, and the Legacies of Colonialism, and Race, Education, and Law Fall 2014 IES Abroad, Granada, Spain

HONORS AND AWARDS Dean’s List Scholar Spring 2013 –Spring 2016 (6 semesters) Edward A. White Award in American Studies May 2016 • Awarded annually to a senior who has done outstanding work in the study of the United States and its history, culture, or politics as evidenced in her senior thesis History Senior Thesis Award May 2016 • Presented by the history faculty for the best senior thesis in history and related disciplines Hearst Foundation Senior Thesis Research Grant of $1000 October 2015 • Awarded to five seniors each semester to provide funding for materials or research–related travel

EXPERIENCE Administrative Assistant, Foundation Investment Group, Berkeley, CA June 2014 – August 2016 • Organized and reproduced files of over 5,000 client investment histories • Assisted the office manager in administrative tasks Education Associate, Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco, CA May 2015– August 2015 • Developed and organized two educational programs: Diaspora Dialogues, a transnational dialogue on race, identity, and culture between Black immigrants and African Americans, and the Bino and Fino DVD Launch Event, a celebration of Nigerian cartoonist Adamu Waziri • Corresponded with Bay Area non-profits, schools, and black arts and justice organizations for programming outreach • Greeted, informed, and sold items to patrons of the museum at the front desk • Published a short editorial on the MoAD blog Recreational Leader, City of Berkeley Recreation, Berkeley, CA June 2013 – August 2015 • Facilitated after school programs and communicated with parents during summer camp drop offs • Refereed volleyball games and acted as sole supervisor during adult nighttime recreation activities • Helped supervise a block party and carnival servicing over 500 children each summer • Greeted patrons and informed them of the City of Berkeley’s recreational opportunities Research Assistant, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA January 2014 • Cleaned and cross–referenced pesticide use data in Excel to track trends for a National Science Foundation–funded research project on the strawberry industry and farm worker health

SKILLS AND EXTRACIRRICULAR ACTIVITIES Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), Zotero, and social media software Intermediate language proficiency in Spanish CPR/AED certified Co-Captain of the Claremont Colleges Women’s Club Volleyball


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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont CA Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, Economics Minor and Politics Concentration • Cumulative GPA: 3.96, Dean’s List Fall 2013 – Present • James E. Scripps Scholar (four-year merit scholarship for half tuition)

May 2017

SIT: Regional Integration, Development, and Social Change, Buenos Aires Argentina August – December 2015 • Classes held entirely in Spanish • Conducted month-long independent research project in Spanish titled, Theory and Practice: Problem-Posing Education and Counterhegemonic Struggle in the Germán Abdala and Sergio Karakachoff Popular High Schools

KEY EXPERIENCE AND LEADERSHIP Career Consultant, Career Planning and Resources, Scripps College August 2016 – Present • Help students navigate job and internship searches and provide assistance with writing resumes and cover letters • Assist with on-campus recruiting and alumnae programs Organizing Intern, Street Vendor Project (Urban Justice Center) June – August 2016 New York, NY • Conducted outreach with 200+ vendors across New York City, expanding membership base to record numbers • Collaborated with organizers and vendors to plan meetings, actions, and protests • Helped lead meetings between vendors, New York City Council members, and police precinct leadership • Created bilingual flyers and other promotional material, mobilized vendors via 100+ phone calls weekly Internship with Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (through course at Scripps) Los Angeles, CA • Conducted door-to-door outreach in the Koreatown community in English and Spanish • Assisted with weekly childcare for ESL classes

January – May 2016

Senior Summer Camp Counselor, Camp Ramah in Wisconsin June – August 2015 Conover, WI • Responsible for welfare and positive impact on the lives of 28 campers aged 15 - 16 • Collaborated with age group director, professional social workers, and senior staff to ensure camper success • Planned and coordinated summer-long Counselor in Training program for 55 participants in addition to daily programming Campus Activities Chair, Scripps Associated Students (SAS) May 2014 – May 2015 • Organized weekly snack for Scripps students as well as 4 large events, including a holiday dinner for over 350 attendees • Independently managed $10,000 budget Peer Mentor, New Student Program, Scripps College August 2014 – May 2015 • Assisted 8 First-Year mentees in adjusting to Scripps through event planning and relationship building Caller, Phonathon, The Scripps Fund, Scripps College • Served as first point of contact for many alumnae and parents via 200 phone calls per week • Raised more than $14,000 for The Scripps Fund • Rookie Caller of the Year 2013 – 2014

September 2013 – April 2015

Senior Cabin Counselor and Inclusion Counselor June – August 2014 Camp Ramah in Wisconsin, Conover WI • Ensured success of 20 campers (10 per session) aged 10 - 11 • Consulted with Inclusion Program director and professional social workers to lead co-counselors in accommodating a mentally disabled camper in social interaction and personal care • Led a team of 4 co-counselors and worked daily with staff of thirty to plan and run daily educational and active programming Vice President of Student Affairs Search Committee Student Member, Scripps College January – May 2014 • One of two students to participate in candidate selection and interviews along with faculty, trustees, and senior administrators

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, AND SKILLS Advanced Spanish Proficiency (reading, writing, speaking), translation experience High level of competency in using Microsoft Office; Excel and STATA economic data analysis experience


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy

Education B.A. Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2016 • Economics major/Politics and International Relations minor • Honors thesis: Why Are We Still Listening to this Dead British Guy: An Analysis of Emergency Liquidity Assistance in Germany During the Sovereign Debt Crisis M.Sc. University of Glasgow, Adam Smith School of Business, Glasgow, Scotland Pending September 2017 • International Finance and Economic Policy

Experience Head Resident Advisor at Scripps College August 2015-May 2016 • Mentor all 19 new and returning Resident Advisors • Complete administrative tasks as assigned by the Area Coordinators • Provide support with planning and executing Resident Advisor training • Track and analyze programming requirements and budgets for all Resident Advisors • All responsibilities of a Resident Advisor Co- Treasurer at Scripps Associated Students May 2015-May 2016 • Elected by student body to represent student voices • Determines budget allocations for all student organizations • Processes all reimbursements for Scripps student organizations • Provides information to student body about other funding opportunities • Determines use of discretionary spending of student funds Aquatic Facility Coordinator at The Park District of Oak Park Summers 2014-2016 • Daily supervision of 5-16 lifeguards and up to 6 operations staff, total supervision of approximately 100 staff members • Attend to patron concerns and complaints • Oversee all facility and lifeguard trainings • Administrative duties, including daily completion and filing of paperwork and cash handling • Handle emergency situations, including maintenance emergencies Resident Advisor at Scripps College August 2013-May 2015  Meet and form connections with approximately 100 residents to ensure student safety  Plan and execute at least 6 events per semester to build community across 1,000 residential students  Educate residents and Scripps students on a variety of subjects including multiculturalism, alcohol awareness, mental wellness, and sexual assault  Handle any crisis situations that occur after hours and act as a liaison between students and professional staff  Budgeting responsibilities, including writing funding proposals  Mediating any conflicts between residents within the residence hall  Committee and administrative duties Grant and Fundraising Intern at Crossroads Social Entrepreneurship Academy January 2015-May 2015 • Facilitate Academy sessions teaching basic business skills to previously incarcerated women • Seek out new grant and fundraising possibilities • Contribute to writing grant proposals Intern at Davidoff Communications June 2014-July 2014 • Research and support on client projects including research on national trends • Generating social media content • Generating written marketing content Communications and Public Affairs Intern at Th!nkInc. Strategy June 2014-July 2014 • Developing and maintaining press and media contact lists • Updating media outreach information • Developing social media strategy • Generating written marketing content

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Microsoft Office Salesforce Social Media STATA Quikbooks


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Sociology – 3.8 GPA Dean’s List – Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016

Expected May 2017

EXPERIENCE Resident Advisor – Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Foster, build and support a community of 112 residents on a team of 21 people • Serve on-call weekly, respond to emergency situations for 900 students, ensuring safety and wellbeing • Mediate and strategize inter-personal conflict resolutions among roommates and community members • Plan, organize and implement programming supporting community and supplemental education • Developed and led pilot Living Learning Community, focusing on building connections across difference

August 2015 – Present

August 2016 – Present Intern at Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment (SCORE) – Scripps College, Claremont, CA • SCORE is the social justice office at Scripps College which utilizes a shared leadership model to provide community engagement and increase social justice education and programming across the college and neighboring communities • Develop and facilitate workshops for college faculty members regarding issues of social justice, including microagressions, deconstructing gender binaries and disability justice in the classroom • Implement programming to bring social justice education to the college community Voting Member on Student Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees - Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2016 – Present • One of two student voting members serving on the Student Affairs Committee • Gather and share student feedback on issues including educational equity, experiences of marginalized students and residential life Admissions Tour Guide – Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Guided prospective students and families around campus to spark interest in the school • Emphasized the college’s actions towards equity and highlighted areas for improvement

September 2014 – September 2016

Summer 2016 International Summer Camp Resident Advisor – The Northwest School, Seattle, WA • Provided a welcoming and engaging summer program for youth ages 10-16 from across Seattle, the U.S. and the world. • Created a safe, fun and engaging environment where international students practiced English speaking skills • Designed a student handbook for new international students Served on President’s Advisory Committee for Diversity & Inclusion – Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2015 – May 2016 • Attended monthly meetings as a student representative for Sustained Dialogue, a program focusing on diversity and community • Worked to advise the Scripps president on how to best address issues of diversity and inclusion on campus November 2014 – February 2016 Head Moderator Sustained Dialogue – Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Used dialogue groups to create communities of leaders through a focus on diversity, inclusivity and community • Moderated a weekly dialogue group of 12 people fostering space to share experiences as well as learn from others Program Research Intern – College Access Now, Seattle, WA • Worked as a team member of a small college access non-profit organization • Performed financial analysis of student college acceptance, compiled and analyzed 300 financial aid awards • Conducted end of year Program Survey Analysis, program evaluation and future program planning Camp Counselor – Steve and Kate’s Camp, Seattle, WA • Counselor for 1st graders • Organized, planned and helped implement programs and activities at camp

Summer 2015

Summer of 2013 and 2014

CONFERENCES, INSTITUTES, AWARDS, ETC. National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education Student Scholar Awardee Southern Residential Activities Programming Conference Award Winning Presenter for “White People: A Documentary Screening and Dialogue” Student Social Justice Training Institute

Summer 2016 Fall 2015 Summer 2015


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Politics, Minor in History Cum Laude, Honors in Major GPA: 11.34 on 12-point scale, (3.78 equivalent) Humanities Institute Junior Fellow, Fall 2013, Summer 2014 recipient of Gabrielle Giffords ’93 Internship in Public Service Grant Sayre High School, Lexington, KY Graduated with High Honors

May 2016

May 2012

EXPERIENCE El Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte de España, Language and Culture Assistant Oviedo, Asturias, Spain • Prepare and present lessons on American culture and English for 4th-6th grade students September 2016 - May 2017 Mayor’s Office, Mayor’s Fellow Lexington, KY • Wrote and presented recommendations to the city for minimum wage enforcement May - July 2016 • Presented information on economic inequality, intelligent infrastructure, and fiber internet expansion policy • Updated existing data comparing university cities and collected new data on family sustaining incomes Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA), Student Volunteer Los Angeles, CA • Canvassed community with information on immigration and lead paint exposure January - May 2016 • Worked with a team to create a GIS map of affordable housing and public transit to support Proposition JJJ National Women’s Law Center, Family Economic Security and Education and Employment Outreach Intern Washington, D.C. • Created content for Facebook and Twitter June - July 2015 • Researched and published three blogs and a policy memo on topics including education and labor policy Jumpstart, Corps Member Claremont, California • Prepared children for Kindergarten in a preschool serving low-income families September 2014 - May 2015 • Worked as a team of five in a class of fifteen children six hours a week • Attended trainings on early childhood education and social justice National Organization for Women (NOW), Field Organizing Intern Washington, D.C. • Maintained member and chapter database, trained other interns on database June - August 2014 • Created voting rights action kit distributed to more than 300 chapters • Worked independently and in groups to create chapter resources Queer Resource Center, Queer, Questioning, and Allied Mentor Program Mentor Claremont, California • Mentored queer, questioning, and allied college students August 2013 - May 2017 • Organized community events • Received training on privilege, domestic violence, sexual assault, disabilities, and substance abuse Motley Coffee Shop Claremont, California Barista August 2012 - May 2017 • Barista at a non-profit, feminist, student-run coffee shop • Worked with a team of four to create a proposal to re-center the Motley’s political mission; this proposal was approved and is in the process of being implemented Barista Lead January - December 2015 • Elected by barista team to serve as Barista Lead • Trained and served as resource for baristas, completed barista evaluations Pride Community Services Organization of Central Kentucky (Formally GLSO) Lexington, Kentucky Pride Festival Activities Committee Co-Chair October 2011 - June 2012 • Planned activities for 2012 Lexington Pride Festival, which serves all of Central Kentucky and draws thousands of attendees • Supervised activities and volunteers at Pride Festival Intern April - May 2012 • Assisted in redesigning PCSO Library • Organized data for grant report SKILLS Computer: Microsoft Office and Outlook, Social Media, Google Drive, Research, GIS Language: Spanish (proficient)


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy Education Scripps College: Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations ● Public health concentration, Pre-med science coursework ● Dean’s List Fall 2015, Spring 2016

Expected May 2017

Research Experience Research Assistant - Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare: Pomona, CA May 2015-present ● Conducted a clinical research pilot project for 13 children on the autism spectrum aged 7-11 ● Lead a team of research volunteers to create new ways for patients to advance social language skills using LEGOs ● Developed curriculums and carried out assessment tests. Currently working on paper and conducting statistical data analysis Undergraduate Research Assistant - Harvey Mudd College: Claremont, CA June 2014-Sept 2014 Funded by Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI)- Catherine McFadden lab ● Examined genetics and biodiversity of corals sent from Madagascar and Taiwan ● Extracted DNA, then purified, quantified, and sequenced to accurately identify coral species. ● Attained user knowledge of DNA sequencing programs such as MacClade, EditSeq, and PhyML to create phylogenetic tree. ● Presented poster of scientific findings at The Claremont Colleges research symposiums: Taxonomic Classification of Octocoral Species Using mutS and CO1 barcode Marker Genes Work Experience Teacher’s Assistant - W. M Keck Science Department: Claremont, CA Sept 2014-present ● Assisted in teaching introductory chemistry lab concepts to about 23 students each semester and grade Excel reports Chemistry Lab Stockroom Assistant - Harvey Mudd College: Claremont, CA Sept 2013-May 2015 ● Set up Harvey Mudd first year chemistry lab experiments and logged in chemical waste Activities and Community Engagement Debate Union: The Claremont Colleges Sept 2015-present ● Compete in British parliamentary debates and engage in educational outreach for local middle and high school students ● Developing public speaking and professional communication skills Al Shifa Clinic: San Bernardino, CA Nov 2014-present ● Interact with patients and their dedicated physicians with various specialties ● Clinic offers free health services for the impoverished and underserved locals, majority of whom are Hispanics Literacy for All Monterey Park: Monterey Park, CA Sept 2015-Dec 2015 ● Tutored adults to prepare for U.S naturalization exam with Pitzer’s Community Health class ● Population was majority Asian immigrants with low English language proficiency Kaiser Permanente Hospital: Fontana, CA June 2009-Feb 2015 ● Participated in wellness program for inpatient pediatric patients by comforting or conversing with them ● Observed doctors at work and how they communicated with their patients and peers Leadership Secretary - Scripps Associated Students: Scripps College Sept 2016-present ● Elected student government position on the executive board Staff Editor and Writer - The Port Side Magazine: The Claremont Colleges Feb 2014-Dec 2015 ● Wrote and edited political articles relating to international, national, and on campus events ● Conducted interviews with faculty and students Sponsor - Asian American Sponsor Program: Scripps College Sept 2014-May 2015 ● Mentored a group of 6 Scripps College first year, Asian American students ● Promoted events focused on creating a dialogue on issues facing Asian Americans at a micro and macro level Honors and Awards Stan Larson Scholarship May 2013 ● Awarded by the Claremont Kiwanis Club to a student who has served the community through volunteer work Skills and Knowledge ● Languages: Fluent in Urdu, Conversational Spanish ● CPR & First Aid certified, expires October 2016


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Analysis, Politics Track • Awards: Dean’s List Fall 2015, Women in Transportation Seminar Scholarship Recipient • Relevant Coursework: Green Urbanism, Environmental Science, Environmental Politics, Environmental Economics • Thesis: All Roads Lead to the Fair: How a 2022 Los Angeles World’s Fair Would Accelerate the Implementation of Sustainable and Innovative Forms of Transportation

EXPERIENCE French Ministry of the Environment, Energy, and the Sea, Paris, France June 2016-August 2016 Environmental Risk Intern • Responsible for planning the meeting of the Natural Hazards Platform of the Alpine Convention uniting alpine countries to establish risk prevention strategies to combat climate change • Developed a call to action and prevention guide to address mountainous risks in France • Created marketing materials to launch mountainous risk prevention initiatives increasing community based organizing The Paris Urbanism Agency, Paris France March 2016–May 2016 Sustainable Development Intern • Conducted research on sustainability initiatives in Paris addressing energy conservation and sustainable transportation • Translated sustainability guides from French to English increasing international collaboration United States Senator Dianne Feinstein, Los Angeles, CA September 2015–December 2015 Policy Intern • Supported the senator and her field staff through constituent services, administrative support, and attending meetings • Conducted policy research for legislative projects, drafting memos, press clippings, and letter requests • Created weekly drought reports monitoring environmental conditions and water scarcity in California Los Angeles 2022 World’s Fair, Los Angeles, CA June 2015–Present Sustainability Flex Team Co-Lead • Lead development of sustainability policies and standards in all aspects of the World’s Fair, including health, happiness, diversity, culture, land use, and wildlife • Plan cross departmental meetings to coordinate sustainability efforts with all committees of the World’s Fair Earth Rights Institute, Los Angeles, CA May 2015–August 2015 Assistant Program Director • Project manager of Inland Empire Sustainability Initiative creating a youth to green career pathway for k-12 students • Content creation for the Annual Report, bi-monthly newsletters, website design, and social media seen by over 800 members • Led fundraising initiatives to launch Living Lab Course on Sustainable Development in Guatemala

ACTIVITIES Scripps College Office of Admissions, Claremont, CA August 2016-November 2016 Senior Interviewer • Conducted interviews with prospective students to help shape the future of the college Scripps Associated Students, Claremont, CA May 2015-Present Senior Class President, Junior Class President • Elected to serve and represent student voices within the Scripps College student government and administration • Effectively plan class specific events connecting students to each other and the greater Claremont community • Improve campus climate based on student input forming action oriented committees and implementing new student resources Claremont Energy Challenge, Claremont, CA January 2015-September 2015 Event Planning Coordinator • Planned Claremont Energy Challenge Launch Event in March with over 300 attendees • Developed relations with local city council, national, and federal affiliates to participate in our energy reduction competition • Responsible for PR outreach both locally in city and amongst the Claremont Colleges increasing community engagement

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Technical: Microsoft Access, InDesign, Wordpress, Constant Contact, Mail Chimp, thankQ CRM Software, Guidestar, Asana Language: French (Advanced), Italian (Intermediate) Interests: Sustainability, Urban Planning, Transportation, Environmental Policy, Sustainable Development, Traveling, Gelato Clubs: Board of Trustees Student Representative, Environmental Club, Animal Justice and Education


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, California B.A. in Public Policy Analysis • Dean’s List Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Spring 2015 • Senior Thesis: Why Do Some California Parents Opt Their Children Out of School Based Sex Ed Programming? Danish Institute of Study Abroad, Copenhagen, Denmark PROFESSIONAL & RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Intern, East Valley Community Health, Pomona, CA • Planned & facilitated sexual education presentations at local high schools • Spearheaded project to increase teen utilization of clinic services • Aided East Valley’s Mobile HIV testing unit on site visits

Expected May 2017 GPA: 3.7

Spring 2015

August 2016-Present

Research Assistant, Denver Health, Denver, Colorado • Assisted with the recruitment of 80 study participants for a pilot study on the effectiveness of text messaging as a medium for sexual education • Synthesized qualitative research from multiple studies using Atlas.ti • Compiled findings into poster and PowerPoint format for use in presentations

May-August 2016

Intern, WorldDenver, Denver, Colorado • Facilitated planning and execution of WorldDenver events in accordance with the State Department’s goal of promoting international awareness in Denver • Created marketing materials and managed back end of membership database

May-August 2016

Intern, Step Up, Chicago, Illinois • Conducted grant research for Step Up teen programs • Created emails to be sent out to external audiences of more than 5,000 members • Assembled marketing materials for events and assisted with other event prep and follow-up task, including maintaining Step Up’s database on Salesforce • Aided in management of more than 60 volunteers for Step Up’s signature gala

June-August 2015

Intern, The Women's Foundation of Colorado (WFCO), Denver, CO • Designed an alumnae program for graduates of the WFCO's Girls’ Leadership Council by researching best practices on alumni mobilization and networking • Served as an office aide by researching previous grants, compiling marketing materials, and streamlining office organization

May-July 2014

Camp Counselor, Boulder Running Camp, Boulder, CO July 2013-2014 • Mentored groups of 20 female high school athletes through camp activities including leading workouts, facilitating college recruiting talks, and promoting morale • Formulated and presented a list of ways to improve the social environment for female campers to the director- changes were implemented during the second session ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES & LEADERSHIP Varsity Cross Country and Track at Scripps College • All-Conference, All-Region, Academic All-American

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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy

Education

Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Latin American Studies and Chicano/Latino Studies • Senior Thesis: Neoliberalism and Mexican Education Reform • Dean’s List- Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2016 Fall 2015 SIT Nicaragua: “Youth Culture, Literacy, and Media,” Managua, Nicaragua • Independent Research Project: Sociocultural Effects of Infrastructure Development in San Carlos

Experience Scripps College Writing Center, Claremont, CA September 2014-Present Peer Writing Tutor • Support and engage with Scripps students to assist during all stages of the writing process • Help to analyze and synthesize information from various sources into organized, cohesive arguments • Ongoing one-on-one writing tutoring with English language learners Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault, Claremont, CA September 2013-Present Support Advocate • Helped organize and launch a 12 hour-a-day hotline providing crisis support and information for survivors of sexual assault at the Claremont Colleges • Monitor the hotline 3 to 6 nights per month on-call to support and guide survivors in high stress situations • Train for over 50 cumulative hours on listening skills, legal procedures, and crisis intervention [in]Visible Magazine, Claremont, CA September 2013-May 2016 Editor-in-Chief, Writing Director • Led and coordinated weekly group meetings to produce semesterly publication about gender issues • Promoted magazine development, involvement/recruitment, and readership through managing social media pages, including Facebook and WordPress, fostering campus presence • Managed magazine budget of $2900, including allocation for events and publishing costs • Copy editing, oversaw writing processes of writers, and helped them to develop and revise their articles Asylum Access, Oakland, CA Summer 2015 Executive Intern • Conducted and analyzed research on international issues and media pertaining to refugees and drafted preliminary op-eds to educate on issues such as refugee work rights and the European migration crisis • Provided administrative support to the Executive Director of a nonprofit organization providing legal advocacy to refugees in Asia, Africa, and Latin America • Investigated and strategized avenues for potential funding opportunities, increasing media visibility, and collaboration opportunities for the nonprofit, prepared official reports Metta Center for Nonviolence Education, Petaluma, CA Summer 2014, 2015 Communications Intern • Assisted with management and educational mediums of a small local nonprofit designed to provide education to the public about nonviolence • Copy-edited issues of Emergence, a monthly publication produced by the nonprofit organization • Drafted educational E-books based on various speeches given by the Executive Director

Skills

Languages: Advanced Spanish Computer Programs: Microsoft Office, Salesforce, SPSS, Social Media Programming Languages: JavaScript, HTML/CSS


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INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy EDUCATION Scripps College | Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Environment, Economics, and Politics | Cumulative GPA: 3.83 Expected May 2017 − Humanities Institute Junior Fellow: Selected as 1 of 13 students to participate in a graduate-level seminar course titled “Dangerous Conversations: Raced, Gendered, and Classed Violence in the U.S. Post-Charleston” − Senior Thesis: “‘White’ Space: The Racialization of Claremont, California” School for International Training | Jaipur, India One semester abroad | GPA: 3.76

Spring 2016

EXPERIENCE Volunteer Coordinator and Phone Banker October - November 2016 Hillary for California| Claremont, CA − Managed volunteers for a recurring voter contact phone bank of up to 30 participants by keeping records of volunteer participation, contacting registered volunteers, and assisting in management of the phone bank − Participated as a volunteer phone banker to contact voters in swing states for 6 hours/week, including time spent as volunteer coordinator Homes For All Intern June - August 2016 Right to the City Alliance | Brooklyn, NY − Gained experience working on a national campaign to cease the mass displacement of low-income, communities of color from their historic urban neighborhoods − Supported developing and formatting recommendations to a draft of the 4th Regional Plan for the tri-state area − Performed outreach for the Autonomous University for Social Movements's study abroad programs through mobilizing the organization's existing contacts and establishing new contacts through phone calls, email, and inperson meetings, and organizing related data Plan for a Healthy Los Angeles Intern September - December 2015 Los Angeles Department of City Planning | Los Angeles, CA − Led the development of a Healthy Kids Zone program within the Department of City Planning, which will establish schools as resources for health in poor-health Los Angeles communities − Organized and facilitated the meeting of the Plan for a Healthy Los Angeles’s Community and Technical Advisory Committees Collegiate Leaders in Environmental Health Intern June - August 2015 National Center for Environmental Health, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) | Atlanta, GA − Developed infographics on food safety and healthy community design for dissemination in the Congressional budget, on CDC social media, and to other stakeholders − Conducted qualitative interviews with public health experts about health impact assessments, and crafted plain language summaries for publication on CDC’s website − Presented at annual Climate and Health Symposium on “An Environmental Justice Analysis of the Health Impacts of Climate Change in LA County” to over 30 CDC colleagues SKILLS AND RECOGNITION − Computer: Microsoft Office/Mac proficient, ConstantContact, social media marketing − Intermediate French, Beginning Hindi − Accepted as a student delegate to 2017 Northwestern University Conference for Human Rights, “Art x Human Rights: Propaganda, Power, and Protest!” − Ava Doner Memorial Scholarship, WTS LA, November 2015: Top undergraduate scholarship, of $7,500, for Los Angeles women pursuing a career in transportation or environmental planning − Presidential Scholarship, Scripps College, April 2013: Merit-based award of $14,000 per year


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine

Education Scripps College Claremont, CA Anticipated Graduation May 2017 Bachelor of Arts, Science and Management Focusing in Biotechnology

Work Experience

Amplion, Bend, Oregon Present • Create, write, and edit content about biomarkers and drug pipelines for their website, blog, and newsletters • Maintain the company’s social pages and publications • Industry and biomarker market research • Aid in the data management for their biomarker database Manly Environment Centre, Manly, Australia June 2015-August 2015 • Created, Researched, and designed a children's encyclopedia ebook of all the flora and fauna found around the Manly area to be distributed through their website • Drafted and researched a speed reduction proposal that was presented to the local council • Monitored the pH, salinty, oxygen levels, temperature, fecal coliform, electrical conductivity, and phosphates in local streams through field sampling to ensure their health OpenSesame, Portland, OR June 2014-June 2015 Marketing Associate (August 2014-June 2015) • Wrote relevant and SEO-optimized blog posts for both the company’s blog and external blogs • Created content such as page text for OpenSesame’s new webpage redesign Marketing Intern (June 2014-August 2014) • Wrote at least two relevant blog posts per week • Created SEO–optimized course descriptions for courses on the OpenSesame marketplace • Took over the company’s Pinterest page and more than doubled the followers • Designed the Seller Onboarding ebook for the company to use as a new sales resource

Extracurricular Activities

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January 2014-Present

Cofounded and co-captained the first ever club soccer team at the Claremont colleges. Ran weekly practices and worked behind the scenes scheduling and organizing scrimmages and games and managing the club funds Advanced social media marketing, blogging, market research Advanced general/advanced laboratory techniques (pipetting, titrations, recrystallizations, distillations), research Conversational Spanish Proficient in: Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine EDUCATION Scripps College; Claremont, CA. Bachelor of Arts (anticipated May 2017) Major: Biochemistry University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, UK (Spring 2016)

EXPERIENCE Research Assistant at Keck Science Department Claremont, California (2015-Present) Conduct independent research in molecular biology under the advisement of Professor Edwalds-Gilbert. Investigated the effect of various phenols on stress responses within cells. Designed and carried out lab protocols and was responsible for independently generating consistent and publishable data. Organic Chemistry Teaching Assistant at Keck Science Department Claremont, California (2016-Present) Assist organic chemistry students with lab work. Create a safe working environment and assist students with grasping material. Hold office hours to answer questions, and grade lab materials. Molecular Biology Teaching Assistant at Keck Science Department Claremont, California (2016-Present) Assist students with molecular biology lab. Prepare reagents and other materials, and oversee students and answer questions as they conduct the lab. Assist with general understanding of laboratory procedures and general molecular biology concepts. Scripps College Academy Teaching Assistant Scripps College Claremont, California (Fall 2015) Collaborated with PI to develop a semester-long curriculum to introduce 5 high achieving underrepresented high school students to a molecular biology lab as part of the Math and Science Scholars Program. Taught proper lab safety techniques as well as fundamental molecular biology tools. Supported students in the development of final presentation. Organic Chemistry Lab Assistant at Keck Science Department Claremont, California (Fall 2015) Prepared solutions, solvents, and unknowns for the organic chemistry lab course. Enacted proper lab safety techniques while handling large quantities of hazardous materials. Successfully synthesized accurate reagents for use in experimentation. Assistant Curator at Claremont Colleges Library Special Collections Claremont, California (2013 - Present) Took inventory of materials and worked with students in research projects. Create metadata for various forms of media such as audio files, and photographs. Keck Science General Chemistry 14 Tutor Keck Science Department Claremont, California (2014 - 2015) Assisted students in their understanding of the material for general chemistry, help students prepare for upcoming exams, and answer questions regarding problem sets, labs, and general understanding of current material. Keck Science General Chemistry 14 Lab Teaching Assistant Keck Science Department Claremont, California(Fall 2014) Assisted general chemistry students in their lab. Create a safe working environment and offer correction where appropriate. Answered questions regarding the lab, and graded lab reports. Staples Customer Service Associate Phoenix, Arizona (Summer 2014) Assisted customers with finding and purchasing desired products. Ensured customers left satisfied with their purchases.

PRESENTATIONS The effect of phenolic stress on the unfolded protein response of ergosterol deletion mutants of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Edwalds-Gilbert, Gretchen. Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research (Fall 2015) Membrane fluidity and its effect on Ire1 clustering in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Edwalds-Gilbert, Gretchen. The Allied Genetics Conference 2016 (Summer 2016) Membrane fluidity and its effect on Ire1 clustering in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Edwalds-Gilbert, Gretchen. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Undergraduate Research Presentations (Fall 2016) The ERG2 gene is necessary for the optimal function of the Unfolded Protein Response after phenol stress, Edwalds-Gilbert, Gretchen. American Society for Cell Biology Annual Conference (Invited-Winter 2016)

SKILLS Computer Aeon Library Systems, Archivists Toolkit, BLAST, ApE, Finch, Quast, Rasta Laboratory Culture growth; yeast and bacterial transformations; RNA, protein, and plasmid purifications; ReverseTranscriptase PCR; Southern blots, primer design, fluorescence microscopy, immune-precipitation, western blot


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CHAVI C

INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine EDUCATION Scripps College Claremont, CA September 2013- May 2017 (Expected) Major: Molecular Biology Relevant Coursework: Calculus III, Linear Algebra, Introductory Biology with Lab (2 semesters), Accelerated General Chemistry with Lab, Principles of Physics with Lab (2 semesters), Organic Chemistry with Lab, Cell Biology with Lab, Genetics, Biochemistry, Computer Science (Python), Statistics, Vertebrate Physiology with Lab, Molecular Biology with Lab Future Coursework: Physical Chemistry, Computer Science (Racket, JAVA, Prolog and JFlap) Thesis: “Effect of HDAC (Thd2) on chromatin maturation in Tetrahymena thermophila” WORK EXPERIENCE Keck Science Department: Dr. Emily A. Wiley’s Research Lab Claremont, CA October 2015- Present Molecular Biology research lab working on DNA histone modification and chromatin maturation using the species Tetrahymena thermophila. Responsibilities included making SDS-polyacrylamide gels, running SDS-gels for chemiluminescent imaging, Coomassie staining, collecting and prepping flow cytometry data, isolation of nuclei and chromatin from whole cells. Clinical Follow-Up Intern, South Asian Heart Center, El Camino Hospital Mountain View, CA June 2016- August 2016 Summer intern at the South Asian Heart Center, focused on preventing early heart disease in the South Asian Community. Had appointments with participants guiding them into a heart healthier lifestyle by suggesting better meditation, exercise, diet, and sleep habits. Other responsibilities included finding a better appointment scheduler for the center, training high school and incoming summer interns, organizing physical and virtual files, entering publications into their database, going to local outreach events, and scheduling participant appointments. VOLUNTEERING Scripps Medical Team Claremont, CA Fall 2015 – Present CPR, First Aid and AED certified through American Heart Association and Triage Training Certification. Summer 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015 Stanford Auxiliary Junior/College Volunteer Palo Alto, CA Trauma Services: I performed office work where I organized medical files, performed administrative and clerical work Cancer Boutique: delivered gifts and flowers to patients in their rooms, ensured patients’ morale was elevated Ambulatory Surgical Center: assisted at the reception, guided patient’s families through the procedure of checking in, escorted families to the patient’s rooms, and helped doctors identify patient’s family. Total of 105 hours completed. LEADERSHIP POSITIONS Claremont Ekta Claremont, CA September 2015- Present Board member of South Asian Club at the 5 Claremont Colleges (Scripps College, Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, Pitzer College and Pomona College). The Ekta board is a group of 15 South Asians from the student body on the campuses that puts together political, cultural, and social events for South Asian students and is a voice for them. Asian American Sponsor Program Claremont, CA August 2014- August 2015 Sponsor for incoming first-year Asian American college students Organized and planned an event to educate on stress and burnout and its effect on the Asian American community EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES


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Shadowing: Pathologist, Oncosurgeon, OB/Gyn, and Radiologist Faridabad/Noida, India August 2015 Observed surgeries of breast cancer patients and cesarean sections. Also observed biopsies and general procedure of mamographies, ultrasounds, CT scans and MRIs. September 2013-February 2014 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Women’s Diving Team Claremont, CA Received varsity letter for competing on behalf of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletics September 2008-August 2013 Stanford Diving Palo Alto, CA Active member of Stanford Diving team and participated in various inter-club competitions Practiced 5 days per week RESEARCH TECHNIQUES Very Familiar: Gel Electrophoresis Immunoblotting (Western Blot) Flow Cytometry Fluorescent Imaging

Somewhat Familiar: Recrystallization Simple/Fractional Distillation Liquid-liquid Extraction Thin Layer Chromatography

Southern Blot Restriction Enzyme Digest PCR Column Chromatography

SKILLS Languages: Verbal and written Spanish, Conversational Hindi Computer Skills: Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft PowerPoint Software: Programming- Python, JFLAP, Logisim Other: SCUBA Open-Water Certification (PADI)


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Bachelor of Arts in Art Conservation • GPA 3.74 • Thesis: Body, Blood, and Flood: The Ripple of Kinesics Through Nature in Leonardo da Vinci’s Art Studio Art Center International, Florence, Italy

May 2017

Jan 2016-Apr 2016

Experience Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare Mar 2015-May 2015, Aug-Dec 2015 Human Resources, Central Supply Volunteer, Claremont, CA • Optimized workflow in order to facilitate improved patient care • Maintained an organized supply room for entire hospital • Stocked supplies in patient and storage rooms Scripps College Sept-Dec 2015 Note Taker for Classics Department, Claremont, CA • Scribed legible and concise notes for students with learning disabilities MCLA Psychiatric Office June 2012- Apr 2013, June-Aug 2014, May-Aug 2015 Office Assistant, Glendale/Burbank, CA • Managed and filed 125 patient’s medical charts daily • Regulated prescriptions between doctors and pharmacies through fax • Digitized insurance billings for the office • Catalogued old medical charts to be stored or shredded Project ARTstART Jan 2015-May 2015 Community Curatorial Intern, Claremont, CA • Mentored 60 high school students in creating art based lessons for 4 elementary schools • Encouraged discussion about art and community artists • Facilitated collaborations with artists, curators, and students New Student Program Scripps College Aug 2014-May 2015 Peer Mentor, Claremont, CA • Facilitated smooth arrival of first-years to Scripps College • Worked with a team of 4 other mentors to promote community building and inclusivity • Programmed educational and fun events for the residential hall (3 events/month, attendance of 15-40 people) • Used social media and designed fliers to promote events Los Angeles Equestrian Vaulting Club Sept 2011 – Aug 2013 Coach, Los Angeles, CA • Maintained a working barn and oversaw the logistics and safety of a vaulting program (4 horses/10 students) • Fostered fitness and team building skills • Mentored and coached students while traveling to competitions • Taught vaulting at summer riding camps to children with disabilities Secretary of Board of Directors • Participated and voted in monthly Board of Director meetings • Transcribed detailed minutes of every board meeting to email to board members • Liaised between board members, coach, and club members

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Computer: LoggerPro, VassarStats, Mesquite, LabQuest, Microsoft Office, Latex Familiar Chemistry Lab Techniques: HP-LC, FTIR, Cyclic Voltammetry, Langmuir-Blogett Trough, UV-Vis Spectroscopy Beginner German (written, spoken), Beginner Italian (written, spoken) Deans list scholar Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015 “Protecting Human Research Participants” National Institute of Health certification 2015

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Guided tours for Basilica di Santa Croce in Florence, Italy Administered tests to screened people for diabetes in at-risk communities

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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine

Education Scripps College: Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations ● Public health concentration, Pre-med science coursework ● Dean’s List Fall 2015, Spring 2016

Expected May 2017

Research Experience Research Assistant - Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare: Pomona, CA May 2015-present ● Conducted a clinical research pilot project for 13 children on the autism spectrum aged 7-11 ● Lead a team of research volunteers to create new ways for patients to advance social language skills using LEGOs ● Developed curriculums and carried out assessment tests. Currently working on paper and conducting statistical data analysis Undergraduate Research Assistant - Harvey Mudd College: Claremont, CA June 2014-Sept 2014 Funded by Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI)- Catherine McFadden lab ● Examined genetics and biodiversity of corals sent from Madagascar and Taiwan ● Extracted DNA, then purified, quantified, and sequenced to accurately identify coral species. ● Attained user knowledge of DNA sequencing programs such as MacClade, EditSeq, and PhyML to create phylogenetic tree. ● Presented poster of scientific findings at The Claremont Colleges research symposiums: Taxonomic Classification of Octocoral Species Using mutS and CO1 barcode Marker Genes Work Experience Teacher’s Assistant - W. M Keck Science Department: Claremont, CA Sept 2014-present ● Assisted in teaching introductory chemistry lab concepts to about 23 students each semester and grade Excel reports Chemistry Lab Stockroom Assistant - Harvey Mudd College: Claremont, CA Sept 2013-May 2015 ● Set up Harvey Mudd first year chemistry lab experiments and logged in chemical waste Activities and Community Engagement Debate Union: The Claremont Colleges Sept 2015-present ● Compete in British parliamentary debates and engage in educational outreach for local middle and high school students ● Developing public speaking and professional communication skills Al Shifa Clinic: San Bernardino, CA Nov 2014-present ● Interact with patients and their dedicated physicians with various specialties ● Clinic offers free health services for the impoverished and underserved locals, majority of whom are Hispanics Literacy for All Monterey Park: Monterey Park, CA Sept 2015-Dec 2015 ● Tutored adults to prepare for U.S naturalization exam with Pitzer’s Community Health class ● Population was majority Asian immigrants with low English language proficiency Kaiser Permanente Hospital: Fontana, CA June 2009-Feb 2015 ● Participated in wellness program for inpatient pediatric patients by comforting or conversing with them ● Observed doctors at work and how they communicated with their patients and peers Leadership Secretary - Scripps Associated Students: Scripps College Sept 2016-present ● Elected student government position on the executive board Staff Editor and Writer - The Port Side Magazine: The Claremont Colleges Feb 2014-Dec 2015 ● Wrote and edited political articles relating to international, national, and on campus events ● Conducted interviews with faculty and students Sponsor - Asian American Sponsor Program: Scripps College Sept 2014-May 2015 ● Mentored a group of 6 Scripps College first year, Asian American students ● Promoted events focused on creating a dialogue on issues facing Asian Americans at a micro and macro level Honors and Awards Stan Larson Scholarship May 2013 ● Awarded by the Claremont Kiwanis Club to a student who has served the community through volunteer work Skills and Knowledge ● Languages: Fluent in Urdu, Conversational Spanish ● CPR & First Aid certified, expires October 2016


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA

Expected May 2017

Bachelor of Arts in Biology Japanese Minor Senior Thesis in Biology Yangon International School, Yangon, Myanmar

Fall 2016 August 2004-May2013

Experience Japanese Grader 

Fall 2015-present

Graded Pomona College’s Japanese1A/1B (beginning), 51A (intermediate), and 111A (advanced) students’ homework.

Japanese Students’ Organization of the Claremont Colleges (JSOCC) Officer

Fall 2014-present

Secretary: Took notes during officer meetings and helped organize upcoming events.

Newsletter Writer: Created a bi-monthly newsletter for the members about any upcoming events, fun facts about Japan, Japanese words, and current Japanese news. Fall 2014-Spring 2015

Scripps College Core 3: Language Culture and Teaching Clinic Teacher’s Assistant 

Fall 2012

Shadowed a doctor while she made rounds and observed the pharmacy.

Kyaw Thaung Care Intern at Yangon, Myanmar 

Helped create Kyaw Thaung Care’s website.

Translated a short documentary from Burmese to English and add subtitles.

Community Service Tutoring, Yangon, Myanmar 

Fall 2014

Talked to first year Asian/Asian American students, helped them adjust to college, and planned events.

Hospital Shadowing at Yangon, Myanmar 

Fall 2015

Tutored for the Keck Science introductory biology class, Bio43, once a week.

Asian American Sponsor Program (AASP) Sponsor 

Fall 2016

Served as a teacher’s assistant for Scripps College’s Language Culture and Teaching Clinic Core 3 program, where students created lesson plans and taught children at Chaparral Elementary School.

Biology Tutor 

Fall 2015-present

Tutored fifth grade students, averaging 6 per session, in English and Math.

Skills Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint Fluent Burmese and English, Advanced Japanese

June 2012-August 2012

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EDUCATION SCRIPPS COLLEGE | CLAREMONT, CA

Expected Graduation Date: May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience (pre-medical) Cumulative GPA: 3.42 Minor in Art History Honors and Awards: Claremont Colleges Neuroscience Fellowship Recipient (Summer 2016), Dean’s List (Spring 2015), International Baccalaureate Diploma Recipient, Academic All-American of the National Forensic League, AP Scholar

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE WESTERN UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES | POMONA, CA

Oct. 2014 – Dec. 2016

Neurotoxicology Research Assistant (School of Pharmacy)  Supervisor: Arezoo Campbell  Completed a year-long thesis titled “An in vitro study of human astrocyte senescence and the potential neuroprotective effects of melatonin”  Maintained sterile cell cultures and performed various immunohistochemistry assays to test experimental designs  Spearheaded initiatives and novel models to refine cell maintenance techniques to induce human astrocyte senescence  Collaborated with multiple lab researchers to develop plans and generate ideas for future experiments for improvements on current projects

CASA COLINA CENTERS FOR REHABILITATION | POMONA, CA

Feb. 2015 – May 2016

KECK GRADUATE INSTITUTE | CLAREMONT, CA

Jul. 2014 – Aug. 2014

Clinical Research Assistant  Supervisor: Sheila Rosenberg  Researched literature and prepared experimental design in LEGO StoryStarter therapy for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders  Developed and outlined 20-week intervention curriculum, study’s goals and protocol, and completed an approved IRB proposal  Organized materials and ongoing data for up-to-date and easily accessible information on current work in the study  Led the design for Casa Colina’s application of LeGoff’s (2004) LEGO Therapy trials as a control and starting point for the s tudy Microfluidics Lab Research Assistant  Supervisor: Anna Hickerson  Collaborated with supervisors and managers to design different experiments and troubleshoot issues with the relevant biotechn ology  Conducted targeted experiments on electrowetting platform to collect data and record observations in order to configure future equipment  Initiated lead conferences with corporate sponsors in order to present findings in an organized, efficient way and to relay progress

VOLUNTEER & LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE PROJECT ARTSTART | CLAREMONT, CA

Community Curator Intern & Teaching Mentor Aug. 2014 – Present  Approved and assisted development of teaching plans and training lessons for high school students to present to elementary school students  Facilitated executive meetings amongst interns to plan program goals, progress, and outreach in order to continually expand organization  Took an administrative role in providing feedback and evolving projects to boost student creativity and leadership within their teaching teams

Student Advisory Group: Founding Member Jun. 2013 – Aug. 2014  Developed ARTstART’s mission statement, curriculum, and program structure to set foundations for a successful non -profit organization  Collaborated in teaching groups to plan lesson logistics and present material in classes of ~30 students at disadvantaged elementary schools

SCRIPPS ASSOCIATED STUDENTS | CLAREMONT, CA

Aug. 2016 – Present

Faculty-Staff Relations Chair  Elected to maintain student, faculty, and staff dialogue and transparency in academic policies and to convey students’ academic needs  Active voting member of student government Executive Board promoting and programmi ng measures that enhance campus community

ADDITIONAL SKILLS Technical Skills:  Technology and Program Proficiency  Microsoft Office: Multiple years of experience in PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and Outlook  4 months of training and experience as a Scripps College Information Technology intern  Proficiency in data organization using SPSS software  Design Experience: 3 years of experience with Photoshop and InDesign garnered from personal interest and student-run organizations  Language Skills: fluent in Vietnamese (Native Speaker); proficient in French (5 Years of Education), rudimentary Danish (1 semester) Other Skills:  Social Networking: Can promote and disseminate information to reach a wide audience using Facebook, Instagram, and Tumblr  Public Speaking:  Claremont High School Debate Captain  4 years of membership and multiple awards in a competitive high school public speaking league


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine

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A collaborative and people-oriented Emergency Medical Professional with deep interest in healthcare and a strong record of accomplishments supporting patients, family members and communities for a better quality of life.   

Emergency Medical Technician Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Women’s Studies

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Scientific Research Air-free Glove Box Public Speaker

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Synthetic organic chemistry Healthcare Worker Medical Volunteer

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K ECK SCIENCE D EPARTMENT , Claremont, California Research Assistant, December 2015 – Present • • • •

Organic Chemistry Lab project on Hydroamination with Organocatalysts. Limited examples of asymmetric, intramolecular hydroamination reactions employing dienes have been reported. Focused study on use of organocatalytic hydroamination of alkenes and dienes through preparation of Bronsted acid catalysts. Poster and thesis presentation at American Chemical Society for production of 1,2-dihydroquinolines using efficient Organocatalysts.

S OUTH A SIAN M ENTORSHIP P ROGRAM , Claremont, California Head Mentor and Founder, April 2016 – Present • • •

Raised inter-cultural, ally training, queer identity awareness and enhanced student engagement by founding first South Asian Mentorship Program across the five Claremont Colleges. Invited guest speakers to the Claremont Colleges to create dialogue around South Asian Identity. Collaborated with administration to provide more facilities and resources for students and raised student morale.

WEST COAST EMT , Anaheim, California

Emergency Medical Technician, August 2015 – September 2015 • •

Provided emergency medical assistance as Certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Educated EMT candidates as Trainer at West Coast EMT Orange County.

SCRIPPS COLLEGE , Claremont, California

Team Leader and Head Mentor, August 2014 – Present • • •

Led a team and directed a program to extend mentorship opportunities to other students in need. Invited and collaborated with speakers to discuss issues on mental health and raised level of awareness across student body. Supported students in power-based personal violence, including sexual assault, stalking and partner violence as Nationally Certified Violence Prevention Mentor.

E ISENHOWER MEDICAL CENTER , Palm Springs, California Medical Research Intern, May 2014 – August 2014 • •

Enhanced healthcare setting by analyzing healthcare policies at the hospital. Reviewed policies with key stakeholders, such as, doctors, nurses and patients and recommended modifications of policies based on their input. Reviewed the practices on prevention and control for MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) to help reduce healthcare costs, improve patients’ well-being and reduce the need of placing patients in isolation in Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit.

S T . J UDE MEDICAL CENTER , Fullerton, California President of Youth Leadership Team, June 2011 – June 2013 • • • •

Organized a team of over 300 volunteers at St. Jude Hospital to support patients and their families. Organized speaking and charity events for volunteers. Invited academicians and business persons as speakers to share their experiences. Raised over $3,500 for the Neighbors Helping Neighbors Organization to provide for underinsured and uninsured.


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SCRIPPS COLLEGE , Claremont, California, Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology, Expected May 2017 Courses: Molecular Biology Statistics Physics I/II Organic Chemistry I/II Biochemistry Biomechanics Vertebrate Physiology Organic Chemical Synthesis Genetics HIV/AIDS Chemistry


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry • Thesis: Analysis of Base Stacking Effect on DNA Duplex Stability Using Circular Dichroism and UV/Visible Spectroscopy DIS in Copenhagen, Denmark August 2015 – December 2015 • Biomedicine: Biotechnology and Drug Development Core Course LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE First-Generation @ Scripps Intern Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2015 - Current • Worked in with a team that consisted of another student intern, two faculty members, and two staff members to create programs for the First-Generation students at Scripps College • Programmed 1 education and 1 social event and produced a newsletter to the Scripps community every month during the academic year • Planned a 3-day pre-orientation program and mentor program for incoming first-years as well as a retreat for entire First-Generation community Admission Office Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – Current • Lead Admission Ambassador: Supervised and managed a team of 12 Admission Ambassadors • Admission Ambassador: Gave tours to prospective students and families as well as managed student volunteers during school year to host and interact with prospective students • Tour Guide: Gave two tours per week to prospective students, families, and college counselors Wanawake Wesusi Vice President Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – May 2015 • Coordinated and conducted weekly meetings for students who identify with being of African decent • Plan 10 programs for the Black community and other marginalized students in the Claremont Colleges • Overlooked 4 student committees during Black History Month which planned 4 separate events MENTORING/TEACHING EXPERIENCE First-Generation Mentor Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Conducted weekly meeting with 2 first generation students at Scripps • Attended bi-weekly meetings with first generation co-interns

August 2014 – December 2014

Aim High Teaching Intern Lick-Wilmerding High School, San Francisco, CA June 2014 - August 2014 • Created and taught a lesson plan in human biology for 60 seventh grade students who were predominantly students of color from working class families • Collaborated with other educators to create 6 events over the course of 5 weeks LAB AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Howard Hughes Medical Institute Grant Recipient W.M Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges May 2016-August 2016 • Conducted research under Mary Hatcher-Skeers to fulfill senior thesis project • Investigated the effects of base stacking to DNA duplex stability • 30 hours a week in lab in addition to reading multiple scientific articles a week • Gained proficiency in using a UV/Vis Spectrometer and treatment of DNA samples


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General Chemistry Lab Teaching Assistant for Post-Baccalaureate Program W.M Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges • Assisted 20 post-baccalaureate students in the lab component of General Chemistry • Graded pre-lab and post-lab reports and performed other administrative tasks

July 2016

Organic Chemistry Lab Teaching Assistant W.M Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges January 2016/2017 – May 2016/2017 • Assisted 18 students once every two weeks in the lab component of Organic Chemistry • Held office hours for students when lab was not held that week • Graded pre-lab and post-lab reports and edited a full lab report Promoting Underrepresented Minorities Advancing in the Sciences (PUMAS) Intern Gladstone Institute, San Francisco, CA June 2015 – August 2015 • Worked in the Stem Cell Core lead by Kathryn Ivey on the Cardiovascular Disease Department • Worked with a research assistant and graduate student on 3D cell culture of mouse embryonic stem cells • Ensured the Stem Cell Core was fully stocked and maintained Introductory to Biological Chemistry Lab Teaching Assistant and Tutor W.M. Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges • Assisted 23 students once a week in the lab component of class • Tutored 3 students privately on lecture and lab material

August 2014 – December 2014

DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE EXPERIENCE Admission Advisory Board Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – Current • Worked with the Admission Office to create better practice to recruit more underrepresented students • Volunteered for various events for prospective and admitted students Scripps College Academy Lab Assistant for Math and Science Scholars Program Scripps College, Claremont, CA October 2016 – November 2016 • Supervised 4 students in a month-long research project on bomb calorimetry and food chemistry • Students in this program were from underrepresented backgrounds in STEM Summer Science Immersion Program Mentor W.M Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges • Mentored and served as a Resident Advisor for 30 incoming first-years • Assisted professors in supervising students in the lab as well as in the field • Students identify with underrepresented backgrounds

August 2014, August 2016

Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment (SCORE) Leadership Council Member Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – May 2015 • Met bi-weekly with leaders of other affinity group on campus and form coalitions with these group • Programmed 2 events with other organizations for marginalized groups on Scripps’ campus SKILLS • Public Speaking, Collaboration, Team Management, Critical Thinking, Adaptability


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine Current Address: 1030 Columbia Ave. #955 Claremont, CA 91711

Education

Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology Minor in Foreign Languages

Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, Mexico (semester abroad)

Permanent Address: 130 Lindholm Lane Bayside, CA 95524 Expected May 2017 Spring 2016

Senior Thesis Research KGI School of Life Sciences, Claremont CA August 2016-present • Experience in microbiology techniques of antibiotic testing. • Design and implement experiments, optimize protocols for infection of Drosophila melanogaster. • Drosophila melanogaster colony maintenance.

Northcoast Preparatory Academy, Arcata, CA IB diploma

Research and Healthcare Experience

Volunteer and Teacher’s Assistant UNASSE A.C. Mérida, Mexico • Assisted with youth behavioral therapy sessions. • Shared and translated resources from English to Spanish. • Assisted with STI prevention events and campaigns.

June 2013

January 2016–April 2016

Health Education Program Director LASPA Center, Scripps College, Arcata, California May -August 2015 • Developed and implemented a health education training series for rural Latino youth. • Managed a $4,000 budget. • Collaborated with four community partners and organizations including Planned Parenthood and Open Door Community Health Center. Disparities Elimination Summer Research Intern DESRE program, Georgia Southern University and the NIH, Statesboro, GA June - July 2015 • Completed two journal articles with publication potential on rural health disparities faced by diabetic and hypertensive patients. • Collaborated on health intervention strategies for surrounding communities. • Trained in SPSS.

Hospital Volunteer Pomona Valley Health Center, Pomona, CA August 2014- May 2015 • Assisted physicians and nurses with surgical procedures by keeping infants calm, re-stocking rooms, and feeding. • Provided health information to patients. • Gained skills in premature infant care. Community Health Center Member Services Project Intern Open Door Community Health Center, Arcata, CA • Designed and implemented the county-wide Campaign for National Health Center week. • Created materials for and lead outreach events.

June 2014-August 2014


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Employment

Shadowed physicians. Entered and managed data for grants and outside patient care.

Peer Health Educator Coordinator and Peer Health Educator Sallie Tiernan Field House, Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 -Present • Create Health Education trainings for new peer health educators. • Collaborated with supervisor to create lesson plans and intervention strategies. • Research health topics and create presentations. • Create health education events for students and link them to resources. • CO-Manager of Outdoor Women Leaders (OWL) Scripps College, Claremont CA August 2015- Present • Organize and lead overnight backpacking and camping trips. • Coordinate gear rental and run gear rental room. • Collaborate with other students to put on events about outdoor education and activities. • Petition for and manage budget. • Approve hours for other employees and oversee schedules. Co-Leader of Scripps Queer-Allied Student Union SCORE, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Program campus events which discuss sexuality/ gender • Create a safe space for queer people to discuss their experiences • Coordinate and collaborate with other campus groups • Practice group leadership and organization

September 2015–present

Core Curriculum Peer Mentor Scripps College, Claremont CA August –December 2015 • Facilitated group discussions about curriculum and intersectional identities. • Problem-solved issues that arose in terms of classroom dynamics and power with professors and staff. • Provided support and mentorship to first-year college students.

Camp Counselor and Educator Northstar Quest Camp for girls, Produced by the Ink People, Eureka, CA June 2013- July 2013, July 2014-August 2014 • Mentored girls ages 11-13 as a camp counselor. • Created and presented lessons on sexuality, menstruation, and healthy relationships. • Lead discussions about diversity, and personal challenges with the girls.

Experience and Skills

Fluent in Spanish Advanced French Proficient in Microsoft Office Proficient in SPSS Lifeguarding experience: September 2013- March 2014 CPR/AED certified through NOLS Wilderness First Responder Certification: NOLS (Current through 2018). Laboratory skills: PCR, Drosophila melanogaster colony maintenance, vector cloning, literature review, Bradford assay, bacterial colony maintenance and streaking, column chromatography, His-tag chromatography.

Awards and Recognition

Ann Peppers Foundation Scholarship Recipient 2013-2017 Dean’s List: Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2016. IFSA-Butler Academic Achievement List Spring 2016 Johnson Summer Research Grant Recipient Summer 2016 LASPA Center Grant Recipient Summer 2015 Scripps College Summer Internship Grant Recipient Summer 2014 Humboldt County Rising Star award, Eureka CA, 2013


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine Education: Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 ● Bachelor of Arts in Biology, GPA: 3.76 ● Senior Thesis: “The Relationship between Colic and Hindgut Microbiota Composition in Horses” Work Experience: High Country Outfitters and Camp Wahoo!, Cle Elum, WA 2009-Present (Summers) ● Staff Member from 2009-2015, Camp Director 2016-Present ● Plan and guide horseback rides into the North Cascade mountains of Washington State for guests of all ages and weekly campers aged 8-14 ● Teach campers and new staff wilderness, horse, and leadership skills ● Feed, doctor, and care for camp herd (roughly 40 horses and mules) Sallie Tiernan Field House, Scripps College, CA September 2015-Present ● TFH Coordinator 2015-Present (promotion), Customer Service Associate 2013-2015 ● Open, close, and maintain facility and equipment ● Manage student staff, inventory exercise equipment, and maintain rental program ● TFH Health and Wellness blog contributor Roberts Pavilion, Claremont Mckenna College, CA November 2016-Present ● Facility Attendant ● Open, close, and maintain facility and equipment Leadership Experience: Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges Track and Field, Claremont, CA September 2013-Present ● Voted team captain ● Introduced prospective students and new team members to the team ● Taught technique and helped coach new team members in the fall Lakeside High School Track and Field, Seattle, WA 2010-2013 ● Voted team captain Community Involvement and Service: Delta Certified Therapy Dog Handler, Seattle, WA Campfire USA Day Camp Counsellor, Seattle, WA Lankas Lithuanian Heritage Camp Ceramics Teacher, Shelton, WA Awards and Achievements: Scripps College Deans List Noëlle and Veronique Boucquey Outstanding Scholar Athlete Award West Region Women’s Field Athlete of the Year NCAA National Championships, All-Academic Women’s Track and Field Team SCIAC Women’s Field Athlete of the Year CMS Freshman Athlete of the Year Second Place Washington State Decathlon Skills and Certifications: Wilderness First Aid, CPR and AED Certifications Teal Dot Bystander Certification QRC Ally Training Intermediate written and conversational Spanish

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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Molecular Biology - Dean’s List - Keck Foundation Research Scholarship - Senior Biology Thesis: “The Na+/K+ -ATPase Regulates Central Sensitization in a Rodent Model of Migraine”

May 2016 Fall 2015 – Spring 2016 Summer 2014 Fall 2015

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Research Intern, Huntington Medical Research Institutes, Pasadena, CA Summer 2015 – Spring 2016 + + “The Na /K -ATPase Regulates Central Sensitization in a Rodent Model of Migraine” Advisors: Dr. Noah Gross, Dr. Michael Harrington

Summer 2014 – Spring 2014

Student Researcher, W.M. Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA “Effects of Lesions of Auditory Nuclei Avalanche and Nif on Zebra Finch Song” Advisor: Dr. Melissa Coleman Grant: $4000 from Keck Foundation Research Scholarship

WORK AND VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Summer 2016 – present

Medical Intern, Pomona Pediatrics, Pomona, CA -

Shadowed Pediatrician and assisted with recording patient history, collecting vital signs Assisted nurses to accommodate patient and family needs

Fall 2013 – Fall 2015

Clinical Care Extender, COPE Health Solutions, Covina, CA -

Dedicated over 180 hours of service in addition to 33 hours of training Departments: Emergency Unit, Definitive Observation Unit, Intensive Care Unit, Obstetrics Unit Assisted nurses and doctors to accommodate patients’ and family needs; set up ECG’s, recorded vital signs, helped patients with grooming, feedings, mobility

Teaching Assistant, Vertebrate Physiology, Claremont, CA -

Spring 2015

Guided 25 college students through a variety of physiology protocols for a semester long lab course Assisted professor with set up of lab, preparation of assays, and supervision of students

Teaching Assistant, Introductory Biology, Claremont, CA -

Fall 2014

Guided 40 college students through a variety of introductory biology protocols for a semester long lab course Assisted professor with set up of lab, preparation of lab protocols, and supervision of students

Tutor, Introductory Biology, Claremont, CA -

Provided individual and group tutoring to students in Introductory Biology Presented difficult material in an individualized and easily understandable manner

Office Assistant, Anthropology Department, Scripps College, Claremont, CA -

Fall 2012 - Spring 2013

Transcribed anthropology interviews Assisted in the preparation of documents, screened incoming phone calls Managed work areas, equipment, and anthropology material

Summer Camp Counselor, Tryon Creek State Park, Portland, OR -

Fall 2014

Summer 2008 – Summer 2012

Design and implement weekly schedule, activities, and programming Direct daily functions for summer camp dedicated to creating engaging recreational opportunities for children


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Organize and lead small and large group activities such as crafts, nature education, songs, games, hiking, skits, and opening and closing ceremonies

ACTIVTIES & LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Yoga Instructor, Art of Living Foundation, Los Angeles, CA Summer 2016 - Taught children in elementary schools surrounding Pomona area breathing and yoga exercises Member, Genomicist Research Committee, Claremont, CA Fall 2015 - Aided faculty in choosing tenure-track faculty for the Keck Science Department - Attended candidate talks and evaluated the candidates Committee Chair, Claremont Colleges against Cancer, Claremont, CA Fall 2014 – Spring 2016 - Planned and applied for sponsorship for events for Claremont Colleges Against Cancer - Served as an organizer for Relay for Life, one of the biggest events for the group with an attendance of nearly 300 people Attend weekly meetings with board to discuss upcoming events

Writer, [In]Visible Magazine, Claremont, CA Fall 2014 – Spring 2016 - Write articles - Attend weekly meetings to discuss content - Promote positive body-image and provide nuanced analysis of women’s issues on campus, and in society Blogger, Beyond the Elms (Scripps Career Planning & Resources), Claremont, CA Spring 2016 - Compose posts for weekly publishing in “Beyond the Elms” - Content ranges from career advice, professional advancement techniques, and personal anecdotes that engage and content to Scripps’ student body

RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS “The Na+/K+ -ATPase Regulates Central Sensitization in a Rodent Model of Migraine” - Keck Thesis Symposium, W.M. Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA - Keck Research Symposium, W.M. Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA - HMRI Research Talks, Huntington Medical Research Institutes, Pasadena, CA

Fall 2015 Fall 2015 Summer 2015

“Effects of Lesions of Auditory Nuclei Avalanche and Nif on Zebra Finch Song” - Keck Research Symposium, W.M. Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA

Summer 2014

RESEARCH TECHNIQUES Experience with: Gel Electrophoresis, Restriction Digests, Genomic DNA isolation, Cell transformations (Yeast, E.Coli), Sequence Database searching, PCR, Making buffers, Pouring plates, ImageQuant TL, Image J, Fos quantification, Histological techniques, immunohistochemistry COURSEWORK Organic Chemistry, Genetics, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Vertebrate Physiology, Neuroscience, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Physical Chemistry, Accelerated Integrated Science Sequence (A.I.S.S), Immunology, Introduction to Biomedical Engineering, Introduction to Computer Science ADDITIONAL SKILLS MS Office Suite (MS Office, Excel, Powerpoint), working knowledge in: Maple, SPSS, Python, Image J, First aid/CPR certified, Fluent in Tamil and moderate understanding of French


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine Education Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 • Current GPA: 3.71 • Senior Thesis, completed Fall 2016: Saccharomyces cerevisiae membrane fluidity impacts the Unfolded Protein Response when induced by phenol stress Research Experience Undergraduate Researcher, Edwalds-Gilbert Lab June 2016-present Keck Science Department, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Investigated yeast membrane fluidity and unfolded protein response by conducting experiments such as RT-PCR, yeast transformation, and immunoprecipitation/SDSPAGE and western blot for senior thesis research Leadership Experience Barista Lead Jan 2016-Dec 2016 The Motley Coffeehouse, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Voted into position by peers • Communicated concerns from barista team to manager team and evaluated barista performance by administering quizzes and conducting performance reviews • Expanded barista lead position duties by taking on projects such as redesigning recipe book, serving on committee for interviewing and hiring new manager team, and planning prompts and maintaining chalkboard art wall Presenter, National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE) NCORE 2014, 2015, and 2016 • Collaborated with various groups at the largest race conference in the United States • Designed and implemented sessions on Asian American and mixed race identity; participated in multiple years as the only student on the presentation team Mira Loma High School Science Olympiad Invitational Scoring Room Assistant 2014-2017 Mira Loma High School, Sacramento, CA • Supervised and performed event scoring and delegated tournament tasks to volunteers Event Coordinator March 2013-present Northern California and Southern California Science Olympiad • Coordinated events such as Experimental Design, Write it Do it, and It’s About Time at invitational, regional, and state level tournaments • Wrote and proctored exams and procedures, acquired materials, graded results Teaching Experience Teaching Assistant, Organic Chemistry Jan 2016 - present Keck Science Department, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Supervised and encouraged students, assisted professor, and maintained materials and equipment during biweekly lab • Provided biweekly office hour for assisting students on assignments, graded assignments Tutor, Introduction to Biological Chemistry & Introductory Biology Oct 2014-May 2015 Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Tutored students weekly in various subjects by reviewing concepts and assisting in homework and lab report writing Teaching Assistant, Math and Science Scholars Program Sept 2014-Dec 2014 Keck Science Department and Scripps College Academy, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Mentored underserved and underrepresented female high school students in a molecular biology semester long research project


HOME Research Techniques • DNA extraction • Bacterial and yeast transformation • PCR • Agarose gel electrophoresis • Immunoprecipitation • SDS-PAGE and western blotting • Immunofluorescence microscopy • Solution preparation • Also familiar with chemistry techniques such as titration, simple and fractional distillation, thin layer and column chromatography, liquid-liquid extraction, recrystallization, melting and boiling point determination Awards and Certifications • Scripps College Ahmanson Foundation Scholarship for Academic Achievement Recipient, Fall 2016 • Program for Responsible and Ethical Preparation As Informed Researchers (PREPAIR) Certification • Scripps College Dean’s List, Spring 2014 and Fall 2016 • Scripps College Sands Writing Award Nomination, Research Paper • SERVSAFE California Food Handler Certification • Scripps College Presidential Scholarship Recipient • California State Seal of Biliteracy in Mandarin Additional Experience Barista Sept 2013 - present The Motley Coffeehouse, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Prepared food and drinks, served customers, and maintained work environment of coffee shop while on shift Lab Preparation Assistant, Introduction to Biological Chemistry Aug 2016 – Dec 2016 Keck Science Department, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Organized equipment and prepared solutions and other materials for class labs Agricultural Technician II June 2015-Aug 2015 California Department of Food & Agriculture Plant Pest Diagnostic Center Entomology Lab, Sacramento, CA • Received, organized, cataloged, and tracked specimens for Asian Citrus Psyllid program daily • Organized, labelled, cataloged, and mounted specimens in the California State Arthropod Collection Grader, Introduction to Biological Chemistry Sept 2014-Dec 2014 Keck Science Dept, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Graded biology homework and lab assignments for the course Administrative Assistant, Balch Faculty Office Sept 2013 - Dec 2013 Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Supported faculty by scanning, photocopying, and binding reading materials, fetching mail, and organizing documents Skills • Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook) • Mandarin Chinese proficiency • Typing (60 wpm)


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations • Senior Thesis Topic: The impact of institutions on gender within Nepali labor migration SIT Study Abroad, Nepal: Development and Social Change

May 2017

January – May 2016

Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH

Diploma, 2012 Leadership and Work Experience

Clinical Psychologist Shadowing, University of Kentucky Lexington, KY June – August 2016 • Observed patient-provider interactions and sat in on research and grant meetings • Learned and became passionate about the importance of a holistic approach to medicine that encompasses social and psychological aspects of health • Received HIPPA training and became certified Independent Study Project, School of International Training Nepal April – May 2016 • Organized and self designed research project, in which 25 interviews were conducted in Nepali • Research addressed the intersection of labor migration and empowerment of Nepali women through microfinance • Wrote research paper and presented findings at end of research period Policy Intern, Global Financial Integrity Washington, D.C. June – August 2015 • Global Financial Integrity works to curtail the cross-border flow of illegal money to enhance global development and security • Assisted with research on money laundering, tax evasion, and terrorist financing • Copyedited reports funded by organizations such as the Government of Finland and the Ford Foundation Staff Intern, The Wilson Center Washington, D.C. May – August 2014 • Worked on ‘The Women in Public Service Project,’ whose mission is to build a global network of women leaders • Researched various issues surrounding women in public service using legal research databases such as HeinOnline and LexisNexis • Maintained organization’s website and social media on a daily basis • Facilitated the connection of emerging women leaders with women at the highest levels of decision-making via mentoring platform Advocacy Director, Nourish International Claremont Colleges, Claremont CA • Explored development and global inequality through selected readings • Planned events to raise awareness about the social justice sector • Facilitated conversations about current events in club meetings

September 2013 – March 2015

Additional Skills, Experiences, and Activities • • • •

Proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel, Photoshop, InDesign, and social media Writer for ‘The Golden Antlers,’ Claremont’s satire publication Mentor with the ‘Kentucky Mentoring Program’ at the Claremont Colleges Conversational Nepali and Italian


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Cellular-Molecular Neuroscience • Related coursework: Organic Chemistry with lab, Biochemistry, Genetics, Animal Behavior, Diabetes and Diseases, HIV and AIDS, Virology, Neuroscience 1&2 with lab, Biostats DIS, Copenhagen, Denmark (semester abroad) Jan-May 2016 Experience Research Assistant, LEGO Therapy Intervention, Casa Colina, Pomona, CA Mar 2015- Present • “Evaluating the efficacy of LEGO therapy interventions in children with autism” • Collaborated with another student to create the experimental Story Starter curriculum and protocol • Lead multiple sessions of 10 week LEGO Therapy pilot program consisting of 13 participants in small team of research assistants and clinicians • Helped recruit potential participants and organized all aspects of scheduling through phone conversations with participant’s parents • Helped clinicians conduct various pretests on participants • Currently processing data and writing report (results and discussion sections) to be submitted to Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders Research Assistant, Barnacle Respiration, Keck Science, Claremont, CA Aug 2015-Present • “Investigating the effects of climate change on barnacle respiration” • Constructed and devised prototype aerial chamber design and contributed to refining experimental procedures through assisting with the trial runs • Help monitor almost all trial and half of experimental respiration runs Teacher Assistant, Chem 14, Keck Science, Claremont, CA Intermittently Sept 2014-Present • Grades written assignments and lab reports for 23 students • Works alongside professor to run labs and answer student’s questions about experimental procedures, how to use equipment, and various chemistry concepts • Lead 5 lab sessions consisting of 23 students without professor being present. Answered all student’s chemistry and lab questions, trouble shot equipment issues, and solved any unexpected issues without assistance from another TA or professor. • Teaches students chemistry concepts such as VESPER, stoichiometry, calorimetry, titrations, gas laws etc. • Demonstrate lab techniques and equipment such as burets, melting points, proper pipetting etc. Research Assistant, EEG Aphasia Study, Casa Colina, Pomona, CA Aug 2015-Dec 2015 • “Evaluation of augmentative and alternative communication intervention in individuals with aphasia” • Helped conduct pre-test phone screenings and coordinated scheduling for around 20 participants • Conducted 5 pre-testing EEG therapy trials on aphasia patients with team of 4 research assistants • Learned how to use EEG equipment and edited experimental protocol Student Resource Advocate, City of Hope, Duarte, CA Sept 2014-May 2015 • Provided supplemental resources and information to outpatients of underserved communities • Assisted with check-in and running booths for special holiday events for pediatrics Volunteer, Ophthalmology Department, VA Hospital, San Diego, CA May-Sept 2014 • Conducted surveys regarding wait times, doctor satisfaction, patient population demographics • Worked with nurse staff to organize and maintain steady flow of patients • Conversed, discussed, and assisted VA patient’s questions and concerns regarding hospital and physicians Poster Presentations • Wei, O. Lim, S. “A New Method to Measure the Energetic Cost of Low Tide for Barnacles.” Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research and Keck Summer Research Symposium (2015) • “Lego Therapy Intervention.” Presentation for Dr. Temple Grandin (2015) Honors and Awards • Dean’s List, Scripps College May-Dec 2015 • Granted Littie and Stuart Mackeown Memorial Scholarship Sep-May 2016 • Humanities Institute Nomine, Scripps College April 2014, Dec 2015


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Biology, minor in Anthropology, GPA: 3.8 • Dean’s List from Fall 2013-Spring 2015 and Spring 2016 • Senior Thesis: The effect of the chromoshadow domains of Hhp1, Hpl1, and Hpl2 on heterochromatin protein localization in Tetrahymena thermophila University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK (Semester Abroad) Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Certification Brookline High School, Brookline, MA, GPA: 3.9

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June 2013

WORK EXPERIENCE Laspa Center for Leadership, Scripps College Scholar in Action (Fall 2016-Spring 2017) • Organize and moderate public events including a discussion with Maria Hinojosa • Oversee We Act Grants that fund independent self-designed summer projects • Develop Alternative Spring Break trip focusing on leadership development Scripps College Academy, Scripps College Teaching Assistant for the Math and Science Scholars Program (Fall 2016) • Created a semester-long cellular biology lab curriculum with PI to expose four highachieving high school girls from underprivileged backgrounds to the scientific method • Assisted in the instruction of proper data collection and presentation Keck Science Department, Claremont Colleges Lab Technician (Summer 2016-Fall 2016) • Investigated and present thesis research on the interaction of histone modifications and heterochromatin proteins • Received summer funding through W. M. Keck Fund Biology Tutor, Scripps College (Fall 2014- Spring 2015) • Worked with two Introductory Biology students to develop effective study skills for science courses • Demonstrated comprehensive knowledge of basic molecular, cellular, ecological, and evolutionary biology to advance student understanding Biology Grader, Keck Science Department (Fall 2014) • Aided professor by grading homework assignments for Introductory Biology course on molecular and cellular biology VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Gnu Foundation Internship, Guatemala City, Guatemala (Summer 2016) • Redistributed food to poor families and evaluated effectiveness of loans given to small businesses in conjunction with Esperanza para Guatemala • Interacted with Esperanza teachers to learn the educational challenges present in the community Alternative Spring Break, San Francisco, CA (March 2015) • Visited and corresponded with representatives from Summer Search and Beyond 12 • Assisted with interactive and outdoor science curriculum with Education Outside • Supervised an elementary student community engagement activity with America Scores


HOME MARZIA Z

INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine

Education Hometown: Dallas, Texas High School: The Hockaday School in Dallas, Texas • Awards: Founder’s Day Award; Sudie Duncan Citizenship Award; Orville Thorp Memorial Trophy for French Scholarship • Headmistress’s List – high honor roll (9-12) Scripps College, Claremont, California Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry Major, French Minor • 3.87 GPA; Dean’s List: Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 • Senior thesis: Gold-catalyzed intramolecular hydroamination reactions of unfunctionalized alkenes Medical experience Dr. John LoMonaco, M.D., F.A.C.S., Houston, Texas May 23rd – 27th, 2016 • Observed various laser and skin care treatments such as Botox, tattoo removal, and lip fillers • Observed as the nurses and physician met with patients and explained procedures like breast augmentations, tummy tucks, liposuction Dr. Charles Polsen, MD, League City, Texas May 24th and May 26th, 2016 • Watched the following surgeries: a facelift, a breast reconstruction, and an endoscopic carpal tunnel release Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital, Hamilton, Montana June-August 2014; July-August 2015; July-August 2016 • Shadowed Internal Medicine Hospitalists for four months (6 days a week, 8 hours per day in 2014; 2015 summer spent weekends and days off shadowing) • Accompanied the doctors on rounds, observed diagnosis discussions, and practiced solo History and Physical Examinations with various patients • Witnessed Emergency Room procedures, Imaging Department procedures, hospital laboratory work (microbiology and hematology lab), Heart Institute procedures (pulmonary function test, stress test, electrocardiogram, and bubble test) • Observed multiple surgical procedures, including: Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal, Carotid stenosis procedure, removal of melanoma from neck area, and Upper Endoscopy Research experience and employment Intramolecular Hydroamination Reactions, Keck Science, Claremont, California October 2015-Present • Researched intramolecular hydroamination reactions occurring with unfunctionalized alkenes in the presence of gold nanoclusters used as catalysts in Dr. Anna Wenzel’s research lab Tutor, Scripps College, Claremont, California March 2014-Present • Tutored 2-4 students weekly in General Chemistry, Introduction to Biological Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry by solving problems and explaining concepts • Asked by my previous Organic professor to weekly tutor a student in Organic chemistry by explaining reactions and concepts IBC Lab Assistant, Keck Science, Claremont, California Fall 2014; Fall 2015 • Collaborated with a fellow lab assistant 2 times per week to make solutions and set up laboratory equipment necessary for appropriate experiments for the Introduction to Biological Chemistry class


HOME General Chemistry Lab TA, Keck Science, Claremont, California January 2015-May 2015 • Assisted the professor teaching lab every other week for four hours by helping the students complete their lab experiments and during the off week, held office hours for two hours, answering questions about the lab and postlab assignment, and graded their assignments Summer laboratory experience Rocky Mountain Laboratories Summer Intern (NIH), Hamilton, Montana June-August 2015, 2016 • Researched flavivirus proteins causing Endoplasmic Reticulum rearrangements in HEK 293-T cells in Dr. Marshall Bloom’s Biology of Vector-Borne Viruses laboratory • 2015 Research culminated in a presentation in front of the Laboratory of Virology and at the 2015 Summer Student Symposia demonstrating that constructs 4A and 2B-4A showed the highest Protein Disulfide Isomerase (ER cellular marker) • 2016 Research culminated in a presentation in front of the Laboratory of Virology and at the 2016 Summer Student Symposia indicating the effect that small molecule compounds like Tunicamycin, Kifunensine, and Brefeldin A have on Langat virus protein and dsRNA expression in HEK-293T cells, SK-N-SH cells, and ISE6 cells • Acted as an administrative assistant for both the 2015 and 2016 Summer Student Symposia Presentations • NIH Rocky Mountain Laboratories in August 2015 – Tick-Borne Flavivirus Proteins o Laboratory of Virology during the weekly Virology in Progress meetings o 2015 Summer Student Symposia: symposium for post-baccalaureates and summer interns working at RML • Advanced Laboratory in March 2016 – Screening of Lake Sediments for Emerging Contaminants o Liquid Chromatography Atmospheric Pressure Photoionization and Electrospray Ionization coupled to High Resolution Mass Spectrometry • NIH Rocky Mountain Laboratories in August 2016 – Small Molecule Compound effects on Langat virus protein and dsRNA expression o Laboratory of Virology during the one of the weekly Virology in Progress meetings o 2016 Summer Student Symposia Skills and Hobbies • Research techniques: Cell Passage; Plasmid Transfections; Immunofluorescence Technique; Fixation of Cells for Electron Microscopy; analyzing components using Thin-Layer Chromatography; liquid-liquid extractions; working with live virus in a Biosafety Level-2 lab; observing the structure of a molecule with Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) • French: business level proficiency (Business French Exam Diploma received in the 11th grade of high school) • Long distance running: 2015 Missoula Marathon • Past community service activities: Perry School tutoring (tutored sixth graders in math) and Genesis Women’s Shelter (cared for the children of battered women while the mothers received counseling)


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, minor in Hispanic Studies May 2017  Cumulative GPA: 3.77 (3.82 in major)  Honors: Psi Chi International Psychology Honors Society; Sigma Delta Pi Spanish Honor Society; Dean’s List  Senior Thesis: Sleep Disturbance in Youth with Inter-Episode Bipolar Disorder La Universidad de Sevilla, Seville, Spain September 2015 – December 2015 CIEE: Advanced Liberal Arts Program

Publications Abstracts Accepted for Poster Presentation  Leigh Thomas, Anda Gershon, & Manpreet Singh. Reduced Time in Bed is Associated With Impulsivity in Adolescents with Bipolar I Disorder. To be presented at the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting, Austin, TX, April 6-8, 2017.

Research Experience Stanford University, Department of Psychiatry, Palo Alto, CA June 2015 – Present Research Assistant in Sleep and Circadian Dysregulation in Youth with Bipolar Disorder Study  Conduct diagnostic screenings of bipolar and control participants  Analyze and mark sleep data using integration of multiple data sources; mark PSG sleep data  Oversee lab operations, and manage and train research assistants  Track progress, recruit new participants, and manage correspondence and scheduling with participants Pitzer College, Health Psychology, Claremont, CA February 2015 – January 2016 Research Assistant in Claremont Behavioral Health Lab  Conducted the experiment: collected cortisol samples, measured pulse and blood pressure, issued surveys and materials  Input and analyzed data on SPSS; streamlined entire process of data organization, preparation, and collection

Work and Volunteer Experience Psychology Intern at Landmark Medical Center, Pomona, CA January 2016 – May 2016  Created lesson plans for multiple sections of group therapy that targeted symptom management for schizophrenic adults, individualized to each section’s level of function, and led the group therapy sessions  Conducted one-on-one counseling in English and Spanish Lead Intern at San Carlos Education Foundation, San Carlos, CA June 2014 – August 2015  Managed and instructed other interns  Prospected foundations, prepared grant proposals, streamlined solicitation process for the district and developed the process for the seven individual public schools in the district, created system to target solicitations and grants Head of Community Outreach for 5-College Mental Health Alliance, Claremont, CA December 2013 – May 2015  Organize 10-12 events per year that raise awareness for mental health specifically for college students, and coordinate speakers and collaborations with other organizations  Work to restructure and improve mental health programs at all five Claremont colleges  Served as Scripps Internal Development Coordinator in addition to Community Outreach Head Private Horseback Riding Instructor, Woodside, CA June 2011 - Present  Created private horse instruction business; instructed approximately 12 regular students per year, ranging in age from 3 to 60, in both English and Western styles of riding and trail riding; developed lesson plans  Instructed students in all aspects of horse care, management, and safety, including basic veterinary care

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Proficient in Spanish (conducted group therapy and one-on-one counseling in Spanish at Landmark Medical Center and attended Spanish university: La Universidad de Sevilla) Technology: SPSS statistical software, Actiware software, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Google Drive (calendar, presentation, docs etc.), Survey Monkey, Prezi, Wordpress, Social Media


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine EDUCATION May 2016 Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Bachelor of Arts, Neuroscience (honors), cum laude (GPA: 3.6/4.0) • Thesis: "Cognitive Contributions to Academic Procrastination: Investigating Individual Differences of Personality and Delayed Discounting of Rewards" • Relevant Coursework: Cellular/Molecular Neuroscience, Systems Neuroscience, Neuroimaging with Lab, Cognitive Psychology with Lab, Psychology of Language, Memory and Language with Lab, Clinical Neuropsychology with Lab, Psychological Statistics, Research Design and Methodology in Psychology, Introduction to Computer Science

CERTIFICATIONS & SKILLS Certifications: Protecting Human Research Participants, National Institute of Health, License 1748208 (April 2015) Computer skills: Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), WordPress, intermediate proficiency in SPSS Statistics, E-Prime Psychological Software, some knowledge of Java, MATLAB, HTML, UNIX commands

EXPERIENCE September 2016 - present Application Development Associate, MightySignal, San Francisco, CA • Work in electronics lab assisting application developers. Perform research and data integrity verification to support product testing. Recruit potential clients and promote product on social media. August 2016 - present Alumnae Admissions Interviewer, Office of Admissions, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Interview prospective students interested in alma mater. Evaluate and prepare written reports on applicants’ academic potential, interest in and fit with college. Answer questions and provide information on personal experiences attending Scripps College. Institutional Review Board (IRB) Student Representative, Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2015 - May 2016 • One of three student representatives selected to participate on the IRB. Reviewed and evaluated research proposals conducted by students, faculty and staff at Scripps College, providing input to the committee on potential risks and concerns related to the protection of rights and welfare of human participants. Recommendations led to revisions of research methodologies and consent and debriefing processes. August 2013 - May 2014 Mentor, Asian American Sponsor Program, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Mentored three Asian American first-year students to help their transition to college. Met with students at least monthly to provide advice and address social, academic, and diversity/inclusion concerns. Part of a committee that planned and organized six study-break events for first-year students and other mentors. May 2013 - August 2013 Technical Team Project Manager, Cancer Commons, Palo Alto, CA • Facilitated communication among developers and designers around the world, debugged and performed usability tests on the organization’s website and “Donate Your Data” site and helped standardize the debugging process. Designed and developed an online application to monitor the status of the website. Produced editorial content for promotional videos and company news updates. Wrote articles providing information and resources related to new cancer research and treatments. Marketing Analyst, RemitHome, Oakland, CA June 2012 - August 2013 • Improved layout and content of corporate website and online transaction service interface by conducting competitive and user interface analyses. Performed usability testing of the redesigned service; provided critique and recommendations to the marketing and product development teams. Designer/Programmer, The Athenian School, Danville, CA September 2011 - June 2012 • Designed and built an Electronic Mood Reader and Visualizer prototype to determine a person's affect by using physiological measures (pulse, temperature, and skin conductivity). Researched expected physiological changes so the device could respond accurately. It also displayed results using color, motion, and spatial location on an LCD screen. Presented invention at Bay Area Maker Faire in San Mateo, CA.


HOME ASHA B

INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine Education:

2017: Scripps College, Claremont, CA: Human Biology major 2013: Davis High School, Davis CA AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

2014-present 2015 2014 2013 2013 2013 2012

Shawnee Tribe College Funding Support. Shawnee Tribe Sponsorship Funding Award for Internship at Northeastern Tribal Health System, Miami Oklahoma Scripps College Motley Funding Grant to Support Travel to Internship in OK Cool Davis 2013 Eco-Hero Award- High School Liaison to Cool Davis Soroptomist International Violet Richardson Award for Community Service Outstanding participation in English and Social Studies, Davis High School. Golden Heart Award, City of Davis, CA. Annual Service Award for Outstanding Teen Involvement in Community Service. INTERNSHIPS AND RESEARCH

Healthcare Internship, Sacramento Native American Health Center, California. December ‘16- January ‘17 • Internship in the Native American Health Clinic working in the Primary Care Department. My schedule included rotations helping Kiyanoosh Pourmonshi, PA-C and Medical Assistants throughout the clinic. Research Internship, Department of Orthopedics, Boston Children’s Hospital, Massachusetts. June- August 2015 • Internship in the lab of Dr. Matthew Warman. The goal in this overarching research study in the Warman Lab is to model CLOVES syndrome in a mouse, and my specific project was to test whether the lab’s genetically engineered allele worked and could successfully turn the mutation for CLOVES on and off. Conducted independent research study and presented talk on results. Research Internship, The Ferré/Marquet Vaccine Research Center at Pitzer College. January 2015- present • Completed GFP Protocol, which was to create an artificial plasmid to insert into N. benthamiana to express the Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) gene along with agrobacterium that makes the plant glow. The plasmid contains kanamycin resistance gene and the TMV (tobacco mosaic virus), which we hope will provide an avenue to develop treatment for rabies in the future. • One of the goals of the Grill Research Lab is vaccine development from plants for rotavirus, east coast fever, and rabies. Healthcare Internship, Northeastern Tribal Health System, Miami, Oklahoma. January 2015 • Internship in the Tribal Health Clinic working in Departments of Pharmacy, Health and Wellness, and Nursing. My schedule included rotations helping in the clinic pharmacy, general family practice and pediatrics clinic, public health nursing and wellness clinic which included diabetes care. Research Internship, Department of Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior, UC-Davis. May -August 2014 • Internship in the lab of Dr. Barbara A. Horwtiz. Responsibilities involve assisting research projects including oxygen-glucose deprivation (OGD) of the hippocampus of rats and hibernating hamsters as well as OGD of the nucleus tractus solitarii (NTS) in hibernating species to determine ideal conditions for maximum neuro-protection from strokes. Additional responsibilities include creating buffer solutions, electrode work, data entry, and data analysis.

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HOME Research Internship, Keck Science Department, Scripps College. September 2013-May 2014 • Internship in the neuroscience lab of Dr. Melissa Coleman. Responsibilities involve assisting various senior theses research projects including analyzing Zebra Finch songs and mating patterns. By using programs such as Sound Analysis Pro and filming the behavior of the finches, we were able to analyze the importance of male song on female mate selection. Additional responsibilities included caring for the animals, data entry, and data analysis. Research Internship, Department of Earth Sciences, University of California-Davis. 2011-2013 • Internship in the geology lab of Dr. Isabel Montanez. Responsibilities involve filtration of ash samples, sifting and picking conodonts, collecting data and taking pictures of Brachiopods, and analyzing stomata on ancient leaf samples. • November 2012. Co-author in academic talk to be presented at the Geological Society of American Annual Meetings, November 2012, Charlotte, NC. Carboniferous Atmospheric CO2 and Climate: An Integrated Fossil Cuticle and Paleosol Carbonate Analysis by Dominique Garello, Isabel P. Montanez, Richard S. Barclay, Jennifer C. McElwain, Asha Byrd, and W.A. Dimichele. (https://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2012AM/finalprogram/abstract_209155.htm) • Research Paper “Variation in Stomata and Climatic Change” by Asha Byrd, Dominique Garello, and Isabel P. Montanez. 2013. This research project examined climatic conditions in the Illinois Basin through the study of variation in the frequencies and characteristics of the stomata on the fossil tree fern species Macroneuropteris scheuchzeri. By using the automated Leica Digital Camera System, stomata and epidermal cells were counted and analysis/measurements were taken. Research, Cool Davis Initiative, City of Davis. 2010 - 2013 • Low Carbon Diet Research Project: First steps to smaller footprints: What works For Whom? Conducted a long-term project and collected data from Davis residents to gain insight on how Cool Davis Initiative can help guide and facilitate residents to becoming more energy efficient and environmentally responsible. 2011-2012. (http://www.cooldavis.org/wp-content/uploads/FINAL-First-Steps-to-SmallerFootprints.pdf) • • • • • • • •

CURRENT MEMBERSHIPS & EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Mentor, South Asian Mentor Program (2016-present) IndigeNATION (Mentorship program for local Native American high school students in preparation for college application process), Claremont Consortium, Representative (2015-present) SACNAS (Society for Advancement of Hispanics/Chicanos and Native Americans in Science) Member, (2014present) Scripps College Representative for SACNAS (2014-present) Mentor, Asian American Sponsor Program (2014-present) Bollywood Dance Club (2013-present), Choreographer (2014-present) Tutors for a Cause, Tutor, Pitzer College (2015-2016) California Scholarship Federation (Lifetime member)

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HOME TECHNICAL SKILLS Scientific • Ash Sample Filtration • Extensive Experience with Epifluorescence Microscopes • Extraction and Preservation Preparation of Macrofossils • Analyze and Cut Bird Songs using SAP2011 program • Create Buffer Solutions • Brain Tissue Slicing • Dissection of Hamster and Rat Brain Tissue (Hippocampus and NTS) • Staining and Dehydration of Brain Tissue • Electrode Stimulation and Recording of Hippocampus and NTS • Experience using Cryostat Microtome

Computer Programs • • • • • • • •

Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Microsoft Powerpoint Adobe Photoshop Leica Microscope Imaging Software Sound Analysis Pro (2011) Audacity Audio Editor Bio-Rad Droplet Digital PCR

Language Skills •

Spanish

COMMUNITY SERVICE Active Youth for Education (AYE). 2010-2013. Founder. AYE brought elements of basic education to disadvantaged individuals and families to help them overcome challenges in their lives and strive to make important changes. The education is provided through informal seminars by experts on different topics. • Fire Safety by City of Davis Fire Department, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 9/ 2010, 7/2011. • Childhood Development by Lynn Arner, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 11/2010. • Parenting Skills by Pauline Wooliever, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 12/ 2010, 5/ 2011, 2/2012. • Disaster Preparedness by City of Davis Police Department, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 5/2011, 2/2011 • Christmas Stockings, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 12/2011. • Elements of Nutrition by Rachel Scherr, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 1/2012, 2/2012. • Career Counseling by Andrea Weiss, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 5/2012. • Christmas Door Decorations, Davis Courtyard Retirement Center. 12/2012. Cool Davis Initiative (CDI), City of Davis, CA. 2010-2013. Member of Core Group and High School Representative. Affiliated with the City of Davis, CDI is an organization geared towards reduced the city’s carbon emissions. Monthly to bimonthly meetings of the core group to plan events, outreach and education. • Cool Davis Annual Festival. Help in organization and recruitment. 10/2010-10/2012. • No Impact Man film showing. Introduction of Mayor. Public meeting, Davis. 2/2011 • Interviewed by Davis Community TV to highlight the work of CDI. 6/2011. • Cool Davis 2011. Interviewed attendees on environment. Recruitedvolunteers.10/2011. • Introduction of Your Environmental Road Trip producer Mr. M. Dixon, Davis 3/19/2012. • Interface with Davis High School Environmental Club. 2011-2013. • CDI Speaker at the Davis City Council Meeting, 10/2012.

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GINA R

INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine Education_______________________________________________________________________________

Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, minoring in Hispanic Studies • GPA 3.72, Dean’s List Spring 2014 and Spring 2015 • Scripps Presidential Scholar: Four-year partial scholarship • Thesis- “Just Hold On, We’re Going Om”: Perceptions of Mindfulness and Meditation in the Global West “Teaching for Social Change” Workshop Series-- Pitzer College, Claremont, CA Spring 2015 • Selected to attend four workshops led by award-winning teachers centered on fostering social justice through teaching • Learned invaluable cultural competency, student engagement, and instructional planning skills to assist diverse learners and administer social change Work/Volunteer Experience________________________________________________________________ Research Assistant October 2013 – Present Scripps’ Office of Assessment and Institutional Research, Claremont, CA • Maintain general upkeep and organized workflow in the office • Utilize Microsoft Office technology (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) to analyze assessment and evaluation surveys and reports • Assist in data collection and data entry for internal and external reporting purposes Research Intern June 2016 – August 2016 Maine Immunization Program, Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Augusta, Maine • Compiled and presented K12 school enrollment and vaccine count data for 150+ Maine schools • Expertly utilized Excel and Google Fusion Tables to create tables and heat maps displaying annual SchoolLocated Vaccine Clinic program statistics for the years 2011 through 2015 • Co-pioneered and co-drafted a Maine legislative proposal for universal access to all vaccines federally recommended for Maine adults • Extensively researched and compiled Maine population statistics, vaccine count statistics, and vaccine pricing information to estimate the cost of above Maine legislative proposal Audience Engagement and Communications/Public Relations Intern May 2015 – August 2015 Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME • Expertly compiled and presented museum visitor data with tables, line graphs, bar graphs, and heat maps using Excel and Google Fusion Tables • Utilized Createsend programming to update the Portland Museum of Art’s Calendar of Events online • Aided the Public Relations Department in publicizing the 2015 Portland Museum of Art Biennial exhibition • Extensively researched and compiled contact information for members of congress, new media listings, and more than 100 local news sources • Distributed exhibition posters around southern Maine Peer Mentor Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 Scripps College First Year Program, Claremont, CA • Exceled in leadership training, crisis management training, and event planning • Planned successful events for more than 100 students • Provided extensive guidance and resources for first year students CARE (Creating Academic Relations through Education) Classroom Volunteer Fall 2013 Chaparral Elementary School, Claremont, CA • Tutored children successfully in various academic subjects • Effectively assisted teachers in the set-up and execution of lesson plans Skills___________________________________________________________________________________ • Computer skills: Microsoft Office Suite, Social Media Platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) • Casual conversational and written Spanish


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Pre-Medicine, Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Language • Minor in Chemistry • 3.96 GPA, Dean’s List Fall 2013 – Spring 2015, Spring 2016 , Brazil Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro • Semester abroad • GPA: 4.0, classes conducted exclusively in Portuguese

Expected May 2017

July – December 2015

Cleveland High School, Portland, OR • GPA: 4.0, rank: 1 of 359, Valedictorian • International Baccalaureate Programme, Received Diplomma

Class of 2013

RESEARCH AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCE Research Intern, Keck Graduate Institute, Claremont, CA April 2016 – Present Dr. Katerina Venderova, PharmD, PhD • Worked under Dr. Venderova in researching genetic components of Parkinson’s Disease • Developed skills in working with Drosophila melanogaster • Accepted to and participated in KGI Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Program (June – Aug. 2016) Hospital Volunteer, Citrus Valley Health Partners, West Covina, CA Sept. 2016 – Present • Accepted to COPE Health Scholar volunteer program • Assisted nurses and medical staff with hospital duties, including taking patient vitals • Rotated in Medical/Surgery Unit, Mother Baby Care Unit and Labor and Delivery floors • Interacted with patients in both English and Spanish Medical Shadowing, Clínica Pública de Salud, Cuenca, Ecuador • Observed medical procedures and diagnoses, including vaccinations and minor surgery • Assisted with medical examinations, preparation, and clinic administration • Participated in medical-related community events (birthing classes, nutrition advising) • Communicated with patients and medical staff exclusively in Spanish Student Resource Advocate, City of Hope Hospital, Pasadena, CA • Responsible for informing patients of hospital resources and services • Acted as liaison between patients and medical staff • Communicated with patients in both English and Spanish

June – July 2014

Sep. – Dec. 2014

EMPLOYMENT Products Manager, The Motley Coffee House, Claremont, CA Nov. 2015 – Dec. 2016 • Responsible for product and inventory duties for non-profit, student-run business • Designed interactive inventory system that integrates Excel and Java Script functions • Communicated with local and national vendors • Participated in management of a team of 50 student baristas Tutor, Organic Chemistry, Claremont, CA • Provided one-on-one tutoring for student in Organic Chemistry five days a week • Taught student through self-planned lectures and problem sessions

May 2016 – Present

SKILLS AND AWARDS • • • •

James E. Scripps Scholar, 2013 – Present (four-year merit-based scholarship for half tuition) Recipient: Betty Pickering James ’33 Scholarship (academic merit award) Language Proficiency: Advanced conversational and written Spanish and Portuguese, Intermediate conversational and written Mandarin Chinese Computer: Microsoft Excel, R, JavaScript (basic), Python (basic), Adobe InDesign


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THERESA W

INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine EDUCATION 2013-2017

Summer 2015

Scripps College Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry (Expected May 2017) Senior Thesis in Biochemistry (Completed December 2016) o “Preliminary Characterization of the Molecular Basis for Interaction of Meiotic Proteins Mek1 and Hop1 in S. cerevisiae�, Advisor: Dr. Kevin Corbett, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research San Diego Branch, UCSD Study Abroad The School for Field Studies Center for Sustainable Development Studies in Atenas, Costa Rica o Completed course work in Natural Resource Management, Economics of Sustainable Development, and Tropical Ecology, conducted field research.

HONORS AND AWARDS 2013 Accelerated Integrated Science Sequence (AISS) o Chosen by application as one of twenty eight first year students from the incoming classes of Scripps, Claremont McKenna, and Pitzer Colleges to participate in the program 2013 National AP Scholar o Average score of at least 4 on all AP Exams taken and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more exams

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Summer 2016 Laboratory of Structural Biology, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research at University of California, San Diego, Advisor: Dr. Kevin Corbett o Project: Preliminary Characterization of the Molecular Basis for Interaction of Meiotic proteins Mek1 and Hop1 in S.cerevisiae o Worked independently on a project for senior thesis. This involved cloning, purifying protein, conducting binding assays, and attempting to crystalize protein. Summer 2015 Laboratory of Structural Biology, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research at University of California San Diego. Advisors: Dr. Kevin Corbett and Dr. Namit Singh o Project: The Binding of Monomethylated and Acetylated Histone H3 to the Tandem PHD Domain of DPF2 o Worked closely with a Postdoctoral Research Fellow on a project. This involved growing and purifying large amounts of protein, setting trays for crystal screens, and optimizing crystallization conditions. Summer 2014 Laboratory of Structural Biology, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research at University of California San Diego. Advisors: Dr. Kevin Corbett, Tiffany Su o Prepared stock solutions and media for the lab, expressed and purified proteins for use by lab members, assisted with projects of graduate students and other technicians in the lab. RELEVANT COURSEWORK 2016-2017 Molecular Biology, Cell Biology (taking Spring 2017), Bioinformatics and Genomics (taking Spring 2017) 2015-2016 Quantum Chemistry, Special Topics in Advanced Genetics, Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology of Cancer, Structural Biology 2014-2015 Organic Chemistry with Lab, Genetics, Thermodynamics 2013-2014 AISS (equivalent to introductory biology, physics, and chemistry)


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RESEARCH TECHNIQUES Very Familiar DNA Gel Electrophoresis SDS PAGE PCR Protein Expression Protein Purification FPLCE Operation & Interpretation Fluorescence Polarization (FP) Binding Assays DNA Plasmid Purification Setting Protein Crystal Trays Making Antibiotic Plates Making Stock Solutions and Buffers

Somewhat Familiar Nickel Pulldown Assays Southern Blotting Limited Proteolysis NMR Optimizing Crystal Screening LIC Cloning PCR-Based Mutagenesis UV-Vis

TECHNOLOGICAL SKILLS Proficient in PyMOL and Chimera molecular modeling software Proficient in basic python coding (introductory CS course taken at Harvey Mudd College)

OTHER EXPERIENCES 2013-2017 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Varsity Division III Lacrosse Team 2016-2017 Scripps Biochemistry Tutor o Tutored peers in biochemistry coursework as part of a peer-to -peer tutoring program through the Dean of Students. 2016-2017 Claremont Colleges Fighting Cancer Executive Board- Publicity Co-Chair o Help organize and disseminate information for community building and fundraising events as head of the publicity committee. Lead a group of students on the committee along with one other co-chair. Fall 2016 Upward Bound Tutor o Tutored high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors at South El Monte High School once a week, assisting in a study hall environment answering questions in a variety of subjects. 2015-2016 Laboratory Prep Assistant for Introductory Biology and Chemistry Labs 2015-2016 Claremont Colleges Against Cancer Executive Board-Committee Development Chair o Participate in the planning and execution of all club events including the Claremont Colleges Relay for Life, lead events for club members to foster better teamwork and communication 2014-2015 Introductory Chemistry Teaching Assistant. o Graded written assignments, assisted with laboratory supervision. 2014-2015 Claremont Colleges Against Cancer-Production Committee Member o Help plan club events, help organize entertainment and activities for Relay for Life of the Claremont Colleges


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine Profile Graduating senior studying neuroscience with a secondary concentration in art and spatial design. Completed a thesis in the fall of 2016 on cytoarchitectonics and the evolution of morphological eye design, which is in preparation for publishing in 2017. Seeking a position post-graduation in the field of architecture or design to employ a unique combination of analytic, computational, creative, and interpersonal skills before earning an M.A. in architecture. Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 • B.A. in Behavioral Neuroscience accompanied by a minor in Art, Cumulative GPA: 3.5 • Thesis: An Optical Morphospace: The Evolutionary Constrains of Sensitivity and Acuity of Eyes • Dean’s List Fall 2017 University Arts London: Chelsea College, Chelsea, England Spring 2016 • Competitive abroad program in Interior and Spatial Design Collegiate course work: Calculus, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Molecular Neurobiology, Computer Science, Statistics, European Art History, Painting, Combined Media Art, Architectural History, Digital Framing Theory Concord Academy, Concord, MA May 2013 Work Experience Kenneth Boroson Architects, LLC, Administrative/ Design Intern Summer 2015 • Assisted with administrative responsibilities, complied architectural research, produced and implemented a standard operating procedure for various production and administrative duties, and completed a Microdesk certification in Revit programing Harvard Graduate School of Design: Career Discovery Internship Program Summer 2015 • Accepted into a seven-week architecture and spatial design internship program to study hand drafting, modeling, diagraming, and installation under qualified Harvard professor and graduates Laspa Center for Leadership, Scholar in Action Fall 2017-Present • Selected by co-directors of the Laspa Center to assist students in assuming positions of leadership at the highest levels of achievement. Responsible for developing, moderating, and facilitating programming within the community to develop and support future generations of women leaders The Vanguard Magazine, Staff Writer 2014- 2017 • Utilized strong written and verbal skills to publish weekly articles in an intercollegiate online entrepreneurial publication about technology and innovation The Student Life Magazine, Lifestyle/ Sports Writer 2014- 2017 • Wrote and edited for the oldest running campus newspaper Southern California • Frequently employed interpersonal skills while conducting interviews of staff members, coaches, and students Classic Liquors, Part-Owner/ Financial Administrator 2011-Present • Owner of 21% of five 10,000 sq. foot big box liquor stores • Assists with marketing, social media, office administration and sales Accomplishments Laspa Center for Leadership, We Act Grant Committee Member Fall 2016 • Selected by board of directors to be a Scholar in Action, responsible for awarding annual grants to current students University Arts London, Nominated Study Abroad Ambassador May 2016 William Morris Gallery, London, England Featured Artist March 2016 Scripps College New Dorm Design Committee, Student Chair September 2015 Concord Academy, Alumnae Steering Committee 2012-2013 • Selected by the Headmaster to serve on a committee which interacts with the Board of Trustees Cow House Studios, Student Resident June-July 2012 • Selected as one of twelve international students to study under a Fulbright Scholar in County Wexford, Ireland Skills • • •

3+ years of experience within the office environment Proficient in Spanish (oral and written) Proficient in Python and R programming language

3D: Autodesk: Revit, AutoCAD 2D: Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook Adobe: Illustrator, Photoshop


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine

EDUCATION Scripps College • Claremont, CA • Expected Graduation Date: May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Biology, minor in Chicana/Latina Studies WORK/RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Neuroscience Intern—Janssen Pharmaceutical Co. of Johnson & Johnson Summer 2015, 2016 • Thesis Project: “Novel Links in the Neuroinflammatory Network: Response of Blood Brain Barrier Cells in the CNS to Pathogens” (December 2016) • Identified new targets in the blood brain barrier that help control neuroinflammation associated with mood disorders • Cultured primary human endothelial cells, astrocytes, and pericytes • Stimulated human cells in vitro with Toll-like receptors and Nod-like receptors and measured immune factor/protein secretion through Luminex assay Research Assistant—Wiley Lab, W.M. Keck Science Center 03/2015 - 05/2016 • Explored the role of histone deacetylases in chromatin dynamics • Studied relationships between histone modifications and gene expression using protozoan Tetrahymena thermophila Tutor—Scripps College Academy 08/2015 - 05/2016 • Tutored low-income middle school students from Los Angeles in all subjects • Helped students develop study skills necessary for academic success Biology Teaching Fellow—Breakthrough Collaborative Summer 2014 • Served as a full-time teacher for low-income middle school students to advance their academic opportunities and launch them on a successful path to college • Developed Biology curricula from scratch, created daily lesson plans and assessments, and led laboratory activities and dissections for students • Inspired college-bound students and increased student awareness of higher education opportunities through college presentations, workshops, and college preparatory classes Research Intern—Kesari Lab, UCSD Moores Cancer Center 12/2011 - 04/2013 • Measured cell proliferation and differentiation in Glioblastoma cells and Neural stem cells when stimulated with immunosuppressant and chemotherapy drugs • Processed patient blood plasma, serum, cerebral spinal fluid, and brain tumors RESEARCH TECHNIQUES • Primary cell culture, Luminex Assay, ELISA, RNA Isolation, RNA QC, Flow Cytometry, Gel Electrophoresis, Western Blot, Gene Transformation, PCR, Spectrophotometry ACTIVITIES/VOLUNTEER Co-founder, Head Mentor—South Asian Mentorship Program 08/2015 - present • Further awareness of South Asian issues by organizing cultural, political, social, and educational activities for the 5 college South Asian community


HOME • Serve as a mentor for any South Asian student at the Claremont Colleges • Organized and led a full-time training week for a team of mentors Co-founder—5C DESI Musical Group 08/2016 - present • Perform South Asian musical arrangements across the Claremont Colleges Medical Volunteer—Scripps College Medical Team 08/2015 - present • CPR/First Aid/AED and Triage Certified through the American Heart Association • Assist medical team during emergencies and drills on campus 08/2013 - 05/2016 President, Board Member—Ekta: South Asian Student Association • Led an executive board of officers; Organized cultural outreach events for 250+ members • Fundraised and managed a $12,000 budget for Sanskriti—the largest student-run production at the Claremont Colleges • Established an annual bone marrow drive to increase donor matches in the community • Choreographed and led Bollywood performances for multiple events Sponsor—Asian American Sponsor Program at Scripps College 08/2014 - 05/2015 • Provided academic, social, and emotional support to all incoming AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) students • Conducted workshops, events, and discussions for the AAPI community on campus President, Board of Director—Science Fair Student Advisory Board 2009 - 2013 • Helped organize and operate the Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair • Conducted workshops, mentored students one-on-one on project development, and visited schools to discuss the advantages of participating in Science Fair Medical Volunteer—Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla, CA 2009 - 2013 • Worked in Oncology Wing and Cardiac Center; transported specimens and blood, assisted patients and staff, retrieved supplies, administrative work Choir Leader—Chinmaya Dhvani 2007 - 2013 • Lead youth/adult choir for six years at Chinmaya Mission San Diego AWARDS • National Merit Scholar—National Merit Scholarship Corporation 2013 st 2010, 2011, 2013 • 1 place winner—Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair nd • 2 place winner—Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair 2012 • Accepted into California State Science Fair competition 2011, 2013 • Professional Society Awards—San Diego MENSA, Kaiser Permanente, Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, San Diego County Pharmacists Association 2011, 2012, 2013 • High School Diploma in Social Music—National Guild of Piano 2013 • Certificate of Merit—National Guild Piano Auditions 2003 - 2013 st • 1 place winner—Bhagavad Geeta Chanting competition 2005 - 2010 SKILLS • Organizational Leadership, Written/Conversational Spanish Language Proficiency, CPR/First Aid/AED Certified, Triage Training, Classroom Management, Prism, MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Teal Dot Sexual Assault Prevention, Ally Training


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine EDUCATION

Scripps College | Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Biology and minor in Anthropology, Cumulative GPA: 3.6

Graduation: May 2017

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

First Generation @ Scripps Co-Intern, Claremont, CA June 2016 – Present • Coordinating the Pre-Orientation Program for the incoming First-Gen Cohort including social events and academic workshops • Executing year-long programming catered toward all First-Gen cohorts, staff and faculty, including overseeing the student mentor program, coordinating monthly educational workshops and social events and co-authoring monthly newsletters distributed to the greater Claremont community Manager at Scripps Student Store, Claremont, CA September 2015 – Present • Present: Personnel Manager—Coordinating the master schedule, supervising a team of fourteen cashiers and improving staff bonding events. • Past: Customer Relations Manager—Consulted with customers and streamlined logistical processes to expedite mail order purchase fulfillment. Tutor at Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2015 – Present • Providing one-on-one tutoring for seven students taking Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry. Senior Thesis at Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2016 – December 2016 • Investigated and authored a literature-based thesis: Prevention of Chronic Hepatitis B—derived Hepatocellular Carcinoma by Entecavir and Cyclosporin A add-on therapy in Asian Immigrant Communities Undergraduate Research, Claremont, CA January 2015 – December 2015 • Awarded the Environmental Analysis grant to examine the effects of phenol compounds on gene expression, splicing and transcription of yeast cells in Professor Gretchen Edwalds-Gilbert’s biology lab.

LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

Co-Head Sponsor for Asian American Sponsor Program, Claremont, CA September 2015 – May 2016 • Transformed the internal and external structures of the program, controlled logistics and budgeting for the 100-person program. • Facilitated dialogue about social justice issues pertaining to the Asian American identity, orchestrated and marketed extremely well-attended social events • Supervised and supported twelve sponsors and collaborated with other 5C AAPI organizations. Mentor for the First Generation @ Scripps Program, Claremont, CA • Mentored two incoming First-Generation first years at Scripps

September 2014 – May 2016

Sponsor for the Asian American Sponsor Program, Claremont, CA September 2014 – May 2015 • Sponsored and spearheaded programming for first year students who self-identified as Asian American

SKILLS •

Trilingual, fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese

Computer Skills: Excel, PowerPoint, Word, social media (Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, Instagram), HTML


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Hispanic Studies (Double Major) • Senior Thesis in Biology on the genomic structure and function of titin in mammalian muscle • Senior Thesis in Hispanic Studies on urban indigenous health care and community-based primary care in Chile • Scripps College Dean’s List (Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016) • Sigma Delta Pi National Spanish Honor Society Nominee The School for International Training (SIT), Arica, Chile • Program in Public Health, Traditional Medicine and Community Empowerment

Feb. 2016 – Jun. 2016

RESEARCH Undergraduate Researcher, Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA Oct. 2016 – Present • Work on a collaborative project in the labs of Dr. Findley Finseth and Dr. Jenna Monroy • Study the gene that encodes for the protein titin (TTN) in mammals and develop bioinformatics techniques to study the role of various gene regions in determining muscle structure and function Summer Research Intern, Bruins in Genomics, UCLA Institute for Quantitative and Computational Biosciences Jun 2016 – Aug. 2016 • Worked in the Li Microbiome Lab and studied the role of different hypervariable regions of the 16S rRNA gene in determining the taxonomic composition of the human skin microbiome • Gained extensive hands-on experience in QIIME, NGS techniques, Python and Shell script writing, and command line work May 2016 – Jun. 2016 Student Researcher, The School for International Training (SIT), Santiago, Chile • Conducted an independent research project in medical anthropology in conjunction with SIT and the Western Metropolitan Health Service • Performed an ethnographic study of an autonomous indigenous health center in the Metropolitan Region and studied the center’s role in community health and engagement RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Private Piano Teacher/Tutor, Scripps College Music Department and Menlo Park, CA • Work with students between the ages of 5 and 22 in 30-60 minute weekly sessions • Teach beginner to advanced classical piano technique and music theory

Jun. 2014 – Present

Jan. 2015 – Present Lead Student Mentor, Music Mania Program, Claremont, CA • Develop and lead bi-weekly lesson plans for a class of ~30 grade school students • Teach fundamental concepts of music theory and music-making in an accessible, interactive learning environment Oct. 2014 – Dec. 2015 Private and Group Calculus Tutor, Scripps College Dean of Students • Assisted 6 students enrolled in single and multivariable calculus at the Claremont Colleges during weekly individual sessions • Assisted groups of students weekly at a drop-in math tutoring center Student Trainee, Center for Advanced Pediatric & Perinatal Education, Stanford University May 2015 – August 2015 • Operated AV system and assisted in simulation-based training of Stanford Medical School neonatal, pediatric and obstetric ICU medical residents and health care professionals from around the U.S. Clinical Care Extender Intern, Citrus Valley Health Partners, West Covina, CA Jan. 2015 – May 2015 • Partnered with health care professionals to improve patient experience and increase efficiency of health care delivery • • • •

ACTIVITIES AND SKILLS Classical Piano Student, Scripps College Music Department, Scripps College Oct. 2013 – Present Cross Country and Track & Field Student Athlete, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletics Oct. 2013 – Present Computer programming skills in Python, Java and Racket and facility with bioinformatics tools including R, QIIME, NCBI-BLAST, Microsoft Excel, and local terminal-based programs Literacy and advanced verbal skills in Spanish language


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INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA

Expected 05/2017

• Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Feminist, Gender, Sexuality Studies • GPA—3.90; Dean’s List, Fall 2013-present • Senior Thesis: The Effect of Oxidative of Myometrial MicroRNA Expression Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Spring 2016

• IES Study Abroad: Studied gender, sexuality, and race in the context of Amsterdam

EXPERIENCE Organic Chemistry Tutor, Scripps College; Claremont, CA 09/2015-present • Assist with the comprehension and execution of Organic Chemistry concepts through one-on-one sessions with five students • Regularly provide emotional support, encouragement, and new study skills for tutees Volunteer, SELAH Pregnancy Resource Center; Steamboat, CO 8/2016 • Maximized work place productivity giving SELAH staff more time to focus on clients Intern, ACZ Laboratories; Steamboat, CO 05/2015-08/2015 • Performed various chemical analyses of client samples • Managed and reorganized waste disposal system in order to maximize overall lab efficiency 05/2015-08/2015 Physician Shadowing, Yampa Valley Medical Center; Steamboat, CO • Shadowed physicians from a wide range of specialties including orthopedic surgery, oral surgery, dermatology, and radiology. Peer Mentor, Scripps College; Claremont, CA 08/2014-04/2015 • Underwent extensive training on topics ranging from trauma informed care to event planning • Mentored a group of seven incoming first-years through weekly communication along with the facilitation of one event a month aimed at easing the transition to college and forming strong communities of peers Part-Time Nanny, The Ruckman Household; Steamboat, CO 05/2014-12/2014 • Supervised the safety, nutrition, and playtime of a three year old boy with cognitive disabilities • Maintained a high standard of household cleanliness and meal preparation Member of Scripps Advocates, Scripps College; Claremont, CA 10/2013-05/2014 • Advocated for victims of sexual assault by facilitating discourse regarding sexual assault during five campus (5C) wide activities • Trained in how to best support a survivor of sexual assault as well as the current 5C and title IX policies regarding sexual assault at the Claremont Colleges

SKILLS Computers: Basic Excel (2010), Microsoft office (2010), and social networking skills (Facebook, Instagram) Languages: English (Fluent), Spanish (Basic communication and comprehension) Medical: Basic first aid


HOME MADELEINE M INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine

EDUCATION Scripps College — Human Biology (Bachelor of Arts) September 2013 - May 2017

Intersectional, liberal arts education with notable classes in Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, and Gender and Women’s Studies. Cumulative senior thesis researching the relationship between Type 1 diabetes and stress. GPA of 3.8 and Dean’s List recipient September 2013--present. South Medford High School September 2009 - June 2013

Graduated with Honors.

EXPERIENCE Children’s Advocacy Center of Jackson County — Intern June 2016 - August 2016

Aided with child abuse interventions as part of a multidisciplinary team. Experience in forensic interview, administrative, and medical departments. Emphasis in verbal and written communication, computer skills (Microsoft Office and R), and event planning. Diabetes-Focused Childcare: All-Day Childcare Summer 2016

Provided care for a young girl with Type 1 diabetes as well as her brother. Expertise in glucose management and insulin pump technologies as well as diabetes advocacy. Gales Creek Camp for Children with Diabetes — Counselor June 2015 - August 2015

An overnight medical camp for children with Type 1 diabetes. Cared for campers ranging from ages 6 to 17 for one week, each. Focus on teamwork and public speaking. Providence Medford Medical Center — Medical Shadowing May 2014 - August 2014

Experiences in Emergency Department and Operating Room. Wide variety of patient interactions and insight into what constitutes holistic patient care.


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PAOLINA S-K INDUSTRY: Human Resources/Recruiting

FULL TIME STUDENT OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES AT SCRIPPS COLLEGE and peer- and youth-counselor with experience in reconciling and integrating cross-cultural perspectives. Distinguished record in assisting multifaceted approaches to health-oriented holistic problem solving.  Deep international experience, fluent in 4 languages.  Gracious team management abilities with exceptional talent for newcomer outreach and coordination of sustainable, diplomatic communication networks.  Progressive leadership assignments in multifaceted operations and synergetic cooperation.  Interdisciplinary analytical skills providing strong adeptness at creative problem solving. EDUCATION 2013 – 2017

Major in Religious Studies, Scripps College Claremont, CA Scripps College for Women – Undergraduate Degree Program. GPA 8.069. Graduation date: May 2017

2011 – 2013

International Baccalaureate (IB) Program, Li Po Chun United World College Ma On Shan, HK Higher Level English Literature, History, Spanish (second language); Standard Level Mathematics, Environmental Systems + Societies, Mandarin (second language). GPA 38/45

2006 – 2011

IB Middle Years Program, Chinese International School Bilingual Education School

Hong Kong, HK

LANGUAGES English, Native Language; Fluent speaking, reading and writing Spanish, Fluent speaking, reading, and writing; schools attended include LPCUWC Mandarin, Conversant level speaking, reading, and writing Portuguese, Native Language: Fluent speaking

Hong Kong, HK Hong Kong, HK

EXPERIENCE 2016

2015

2015 2016

2016 – 2017

2014 – 2016

Intern at CXA (ConnexionsAsia) (B-to-B Health Insurance Company) Singapore Managed internship team. Transformed, refocused, and assembled company’s whitepaper document for Marketing Department. Organized vendor coupons and advertisements for CXA promotional event “goodie bag”. Intern at Kinetic APAC (Multimedia Out-of-Home Advertisement Agency) Shanghai, China Developed and presented creative solutions to client marketing goals. Clients included Anta (Chinese sports apparel brand) and The North Face. Employee at Eye of Buddha Claremont, CA Customer Service experience as Sales & Marketing employee at local boutique shop. Student Advisor at EmPOWER Centre (Violence Prevention & Advocacy Center) Claremont, CA “Think Tank” member of Student Advisory Board of the Resource Center for student survivors of sexual assault, stalking, and gender-based or intimate partner violence at the Claremont Colleges. Implementing educational programs and supporting survivors. President of NU ALPHA PHI (Intersectional Co-Ed Social Club) Claremont, CA Chaired weekly meetings in an all-gender inclusive, diversity “Safe Space” for students of marginalized identities. Mentored peers and cultivated sustainable communication efforts within the organization. Spearheaded creative fundraising projects and merchandise. “Music Meister” at The Wash Claremont, CA Head DJ for ongoing weekly party, “The Wash”. Responsible for ensuring swift transportation of all musical equipment (speakers, cables), and for invigorating the party with fresh playlists updated every week.

2014 – 2017

Café Con Leche (at Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment) Participating member in Hispanic & Latinx identity-based community group.

2011 – 2013

UWC Communications (web-based intercollegiate social media), Producer/Director Hong Kong, HK Founded, and administered creative processes and production of an intercollegiate video blog project, UWCTV. Earned leadership experience, broadened and refined my innovative, imaginative instincts.

2011 – 2013

English Tutorials (Tutoring for local primary school students), Leading Tutor Ma On Shan, HK Managed team of tutors, charged with developing student—tutor—faculty communications. Conducted regular English lessons at Ma On Shan Ling Liang Primary School for 5th and 6th grade students.

MISCELLANEOUS 2016 – 2017 2008 – 2015

3HO Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training (Sikh Yoga Style) Studying to become Certified as a Kundalini Yoga Teacher. Graduation date: May 2017 Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki I & II Certified (Energy Healing Technique) Certified and attuned to the practice of Reiki, a traditional holistic Japanese healing technique.

Claremont, CA

Claremont, CA Los Angeles, CA


HOME ALICIA B INDUSTRY: Human Resources/Recruiting

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology • Dean’s list • President and Founder, Board Game Club ▪ Teacher, Science Bus Club ▪ Captain, Quidditch Club ▪ Training Lead, Scripps Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault

EXPERIENCE Girl Scouts of Western Washington, Carnation, WA Summers 2013, 2014, 2016 Unit Counselor and Specialist • Taught leadership and led counselor team debriefings to improve group performance • Coordinated with co-counselors to create new activities and projects • Awarded Specialist of the Week for outstanding performance June 2015 – August 2015 Oracle Corporation, Redwood Shores, CA Marketing Intern • Developed and piloted a video editing training program with potential savings of $100,000+ a year • Audited content of marketing properties, finding $500,000+ of undocumented assets • Interviewed internal employees from entry level to VP to develop a persona on field marketers Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2014 – May 2015 Phonathon Fundraiser • Persuaded a diverse group of potential donors to contribute to Scripps College • Developed high-quality relationships with alumnae and parents • Awarded Caller of the Week for fundraising excellence March 2009 – June 2013 Bellevue West Little League, Bellevue, WA Plate Umpire and Field Umpire • Made impartial judgment calls and partnered with other umpires to agree on difficult decisions • Ensured that coaches, players, and parents followed Little League code of conduct Little League Softball Coach (Volunteer, 2012-2013) • Formulated practice plans, led team practices, and taught fundamental softball skills • Determined player positions and batting orders for games Bellevue School District, Bellevue, WA 4th Grade Teacher’s Assistant (2012) • Created lesson plans and led projects and activities • Assisted students in overcoming struggles with course material

Summers 2010, 2011, 2012

2nd and 3rd Grade Teacher’s Aide (Volunteer, 2010-2011) • Assisted teachers in creating lesson plans and handled conflicts during free periods Girl Scouts of Western Washington, Carnation, WA Counselor-In-Training / Intern • Learned leadership skills and applied them to challenging situations • Collaborated with other counselors-in-training to resolve group conflicts • Led games, activities, and large group events for 100+ campers

Summers 2010, 2011, 2012

TECHNICAL SKILLS Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher ▪ Adobe Photoshop, Premier ▪ Final Cut Pro


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INDUSTRY: Human Resources/Recruiting EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations, with a concentration in Social Policy

Expected May 2017

The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, England June 2016 Studied as part of the General Course program for the 2015 - 2016 academic year, coursework included health and social care policy, poverty and social change, and foreign policy analysis. Earned a 2:1 overall mark

EXPERIENCE The Motley Coffeehouse, Claremont, CA September 2016 - May 2017 Barista • Greeted and assisted customers, took down drink orders and handled purchases and other cash transactions as cashier. • Built professional relationships with clientele to ensure and provide quality performance. • Performed all support tasks such as restocking and maintaining coffeehouse cleanliness at all times. • Prepared and served drinks and food in accordance with health codes and coffehouse standards, from a menu of approximately 40 customizable beverages. Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment, Claremont, CA September - December 2016 Intern • Produced educational and community building events for the Scripps and Claremont College community. • Demonstrated leadership and networking ability in implementing events from start to finish — wrote curriculum for the event, arranged catering, collaborated with counselors and on-campus organizations, designed flyers and Facebook page to advertise the event, and facilitated the opening, closing and progression of the actual event. • Created and advertised anonymous polls in order to garner feedback, and reported back on their results. Dr. Bernard Berk, Professor of Sociology, Pasadena, CA July - August 2016 Research Assistant • Conducted research on the linkage between autism and the creation and presence of a “self” (self-recognition, self-identification). • Summarized academic journals in the fields of neurobiology, psychology, and sociology. • Proofread several drafts of Dr. Berk’s ongoing articles. • Assisted with administrative duties such as filing, transcribing and other organizational tasks. Personal Social Services Research Unit February - April 2016 The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, England Student Researcher • Contributed to ongoing research project conducted by research fellow Annette Bauer and director Martin Knapp to study programs, services and social innovations offered to refugees in London. • Gathered online literature about programs offered to refugees in the Westminster and Tower Hamlets areas of London. • Contacted and interviewed organizations and scholars over the phone. • Tracked responses from organizations contacted in a comprehensive chart that helped to narrow the project’s scope to studying the area of Birmingham, allowing the research process to progress to its next stages. Human Rights Watch, Los Angeles, CA May - August 2015 Development and Outreach/Children’s Division Intern • Maintained phones, HRW social calendar and Facebook, Twitter, and email accounts. • Conducted prospect research on possible donors and maintained Raiser’s Edge database.. • Assisted with logistical preparation for fundraisers and designed several invitations for various events. • Coordinated with Children’s Rights Division and conducted research to create a resource list for prisoners and their families. • Led project of transferring confidential paperwork to computer database and managed several volunteers. SKILLS • Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint • Social media • Basic graphic design experience (Mac design applications: Pages and Keynote, some Photoshop/Adobe) • Raiser’s Edge


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INDUSTRY: Human Resources/Recruiting Education Scripps College Fine Arts Major [drawing + painting]

Claremont, CA 2013 – 2017

Experiences Laguna Art Museum Laguna Beach, CA Educational Intern 2016 (July- August) • Project preparation, art teaching assistance and demonstration for art camps Elements of Art and Foundations of Illustration (ages 9-12) Freelance Art Instructor • • •

Taipei, Taiwan 2016- 2017 Fundamental drawing and painting classes: fostered creativity, artistic expression, and courage to experiment with a myriad of mediums (ages 3-15) Taught modern calligraphy class at Florida Bakery to cookie and cake chiefs Provided step-by-step art instruction to scenic painting as paint night instructor

Claremont, CA Scripps College Student Store Marketing Manager 2015- Present • Promote merchandise through in-store decorations, posters, community events and social media • Two-years cashier experience prior Taipei, Taiwan Taipei American School Art Garden Intern 2015 (Jun-July) • Responsible for maintenance and growth of rooftop garden six days/week, 10-hrs/day • Daily tasks included: watering, uprooting, repotting, trimming, cleaning, planting, and creating art • Weekly photo documentation and blog updates of garden growth Taipei, Taiwan Huilin Home Support Center 惠琳全人成長中心 English Summer Camp Counselor 2016 (May) • Envisioned, planned, and executed an English immersion summer camp for underprivileged children in Taipei city • Activities include: art, sports, music, cooking, and cultural studies Taipei, Taiwan Taipei Visually Impaired Municipal School English Teacher 2008-2012 • Five-year commitment every Friday to provide one-on-one English lessons at Taipei’s Visually Impaired Municipal School. • Fostered close friendships and mentorship relationships with students. Art Awards & Publications • Susan Lautmann Hertel ’52 Memorial Art Scholarship • 2016, “Now Trending” Palos Verdes Art Center’s Biennial Alpay Scholarship Exhibition • 2016 California State Fine Art Exhibition, 2016 • The Scripps College Journal, 2016 • Motley Coffeehouse exhibition, 2016 Skills • Bilingual – Chinese and English (fluent); Korean (conversational) • Adobe Photoshop


HOME MAUREEN S INDUSTRY: Human Resources/Recruiting

Education Scripps College, Claremont, California Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology May 2016 Senior Thesis: Caregiver Burden and Depressive Symptoms in Hispanic Caregivers of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients

Professional Experience Lindamood Bell Learning Processes, Rancho Cucamonga, California Clinician and Tester June 2014 – Intermittently – Present • Provide one-to-one instruction based upon each individual client's learning needs. • Work with Center Director and Consultant to implement client plans. • Interact positively and professionally with clients and staff to provide a safe and fun learning environment. • Administer learning ability evaluations to prospective students and re-test outgoing students to measure growth. Scripps College Adult Development Project Lab, Claremont, California Research Assistant January 2016 – May 2016 • Ran behavioral and EEG studies. • Meticulously followed protocols when running studies and creating necessary solutions for EEG cap. • Professionally and comfortably interacted with participants of all ages. • Collected, analyzed, and cleaned data. • Worked with the other research assistants and lab managers to solve any design problems. River Community, Covina, California Intern January 2016 – April 2016 • Participated in and observed group therapy. • Interacted professionally with patients with dual diagnosis: substance abuse with schizoaffective disorder, schizophrenia, mood/bipolar disorders, or anxiety. • Assisted with documentation and assessment. Scripps College S.C.O.R.E. Office, Claremont, California Office Assistant Sep 2012 – Sep 2013, Sep 2015 – May 2016 • Helped introduce new students to the S.C.O.R.E. office during summer orientation • Operated office machines, such as photocopiers, phones, printers, and scanners. • Communicated with visitors to answer questions, explain information, and address complaints. Intern Sep 2013 – May 2015 • Planned and facilitated two programs per month for up to five hundred people. • Advocated for social justice issues, such as diversity and socioeconomic class issues on campus. • Used Photoshop to make flyers. • Practiced curriculum building. Børnehuset Columbus, Copenhagen, Denmark Classroom Aid (Volunteer) August 2014 – December 2014 • Worked with children from zero to three years old throughout their day. • Aided teachers during lunch and nap times. • Communicated non-verbally due to language barrier.

Skills SPSS, Microsoft Office Programs, Photoshop.


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INDUSTRY: Human Resources/Recruiting

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Legal Studies Expected May 2017 Related Coursework: Intro to Digital Art, Research Design, Psychology Statistics, Psychology and Law Awarded Presidential Scripps College Scholarship for strong academic performance Queen Mary University of London, London, UK Fall 2016

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Teach For America, Campus Campaign Coordinator, Los Angeles, CA August 2016- Present • Partner with campus recruitment manager to build awareness for educational inequity on campus; reach out to top students to apply for the program • Source and recruit top candidates via LinkedIn and Salesforce • Plan and execute info session events by partnering with other campus organizations • Target specific applicants via creative copy and social media posts May 2016- August 2016 Lettuce Entertain You Restaurants, Marketing/ Gift Card Intern, Chicago, IL • Gift Card customer service via phone and email and assisted guests with a variety of needs • Worked alongside Marketing and Advertising Coordinator on largest direct mail project of the year • Contributed copy to several restaurants’ event pages and emails • Created and monitored an Excel spreadsheet to track social media posts about restaurant promotions • Contributed content to an article featured in an online newsletter February 2015- May 2015 Murmur App/ Startup, Client Service Specialist, Based in San Francisco, CA • Provided app users with personalized text-based restaurant recommendations • Researched high quality and trendy restaurants for app users • Communicated with team members via Slack to constantly improve quality of the app

STUDENT LEADERSHIP Scripps Associated Students, Elected Student Union Chair, Claremont, CA May 2016- Present • Propose, plan and lead entire renovation of the student union • Present proposals via Powerpoint about design and concept of space on a weekly basis • Work directly with Scripps Facilities Department and interior designer • Voting member on student government executive board Scripps College Mock Trial, Captain and Attorney, Claremont, CA September 2013- May 2015 • Engage in trial simulations and competitions with teams from other universities • Captain of 16 member team and led bi-weekly meetings • Placed 3rd at regional AAMTI competition in Berkeley, California, November 8-9, 2014 Claremont Colleges Against Cancer, Publicity Coordinator, Claremont, CA September 2014- May 2015 • Promoted and designed campus wide campaigns for Relay for Life via social media and print advertising • Developed “Pinkathon” brand to promote Breast Cancer Awareness 5K campaign • Managed social account and expanded Facebook post audience to 7,500 users

SKILLS Computer: Proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint) social media outlets (Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram), PowerPoint, exceptional writing and editing skills, attention to detail


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Experience New Student Program Coordinator

January 2016 – Present

Scripps College | Claremont, California Directed and hosted 60+ academic and social events, maintained $24k budget with 40 person team Integrated new team structure and expectations based on surveys and interviews of past members Represented College during panels, receptions, and Trustee meetings Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault Coordinator

March 2015 - Present

Scripps College | Claremont, California Provided support and resources to students through programming, hotline, and empowerment groups Organized 40-hour intersectional, trauma-informed training for new members Created and branded educational and promotional resources for Title IX Office and Dean of Students Consulted and corresponded with Trustees on funding, accomplishments, and ambitions Orientation Activity Retreats Coordinator

May 2014 – September 2014

Scripps College | Claremont, California Planned and directed seven off-campus trips for 270 new and transfer students Compiled detailed itineraries and emergency action plans for staff Prepared budgets, vetted vendors, and maintained all aspects of each contract; upheld $12k budget Department of Genetics Research Assistant

May 2015 – September 2015

Washington University School of Medicine | Saint Louis, Missouri CRISPR clonal gene inactivation screens on 10k Zebrafish at three developmental stages Investigated compartmentalization, number of organ founding stem cells in caudal and anal fins Developed pipeline for project implementation and created survey to analyze sample application

Education Scripps College

Class of May 2017

Biology Major Thesis: Comparative analysis of progestin use and breast cancer diagnoses San Bernardino Valley College

May 2016 – May 2017

American Sign Language, Conversationally Fluent

Skills Professional Attentive to details, organized, solution-oriented Technical Advanced: Microsoft Suite, HTML, CSS, Java Programming, Formstack, Google Drive features Personal Professional demeanor, insightful, strong communicator


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Education Scripps College Claremont, CA • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology • Cumulative GPA: 3.7, Dean’s List Spring 2015-Present • Member of the National Honor Society in Psychology (Psi Chi)

May 2017

Experience Lab Director, Adult Development Project Scripps College Claremont, CA Jan 2015 - Present • Collaborate with the lab PI in order to design and conduct psychological research in adult aging • Manage and train 8 research assistants in order to introduce participants to the lab environment and adhere to lab protocols • Recruit and schedule over 70 participants from the surrounding community • Measure brain activity through the application of EEG caps and software • Process and analyze EEG data Co-Founder & Social Media Lead, Planned Parenthood Claremont Colleges Chapter Claremont, CA August 2015 - Present • Collaborate directly with Planned Parenthood Los Angeles Head Quarters • Organize campaign strategies on Claremont Colleges and surrounding Claremont area to raise awareness and education • Responsible for social presence, as well as event planning Research Assistant, Xu Baby Lab UC Berkeley Berkeley, CA • Engaged in multiple recruiting methods including email, phone, and onsite recruiting • Conducted experiments investigating causal and probabilistic reasoning in 7-12 year old children • Assisted training 2 other research assistants on methods for studying probabilistic reasoning

Jun - Aug 2016

Research Intern, Emotion, Health and Psychophysiology Lab UC San Francisco San Francisco, CA Jun - Aug 2015 • Engaged in multiple recruiting methods and coordinated appointments for over 50 participants visiting the lab for participation in research studies • Conducted experiments investigating effects of oxytocin and physiological synchrony in varying social contexts • Assisted in training other research assistants on methods • Processed and analyzed physiological data such as heart rate variability, skin conductance, impedance, and blood pressure Jan - May 2015 Program Intern, Landmark Medical Center Pomona, CA • Worked with in-patient clients suffering from mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, depression, addiction, etc. • Created a group therapy program centered around goal planning and achievement skills • Ran group therapy and individual counseling sessions Intern, Ada’s Café Palo Alto, California • Assisted in planning and opening a café location for non-profit 501 c 3 organization • Trained mentally disabled adults in basic professional skills, as well as food industry specific skills • Wrote a manual specific for the training of mentally disabled adults for food industry positions • Presented training manual to local grocery stores and food establishments • Organized and implemented fundraising strategies • Raised awareness through multiple social media mediums

Jun 2012 - Jun 2014

Skills and Certifications Proficient in SPSS, E-Prime, NetStation, Mindware, Acknowledge, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Photoshop and Social Media Certified in National Institute of Health course “Protecting Human Research Participants” Intermediate French


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INDUSTRY: Human Resources/Recruiting EDUCATION B.A. | May 2017 | Scripps College · Major: Media Studies & French · Honors: Dean’s List Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 · Current GPA: 3.66 · Senior Thesis: “Culture as a Tool of Exclusion: An Analysis of Mathieu Kassovitz’s La Haine” Academic Year Abroad | August 2015 – June 2016 | Université Paris 7 – Diderot · Studied at the University of Paris through Middlebury College’s C.V. Starr Schools Abroad · Concentration in Cinema and French Studies · French Level C1 – Full Fluency WORK EXPERIENCE Marketing Assistant | Scripps College Office of Communications & Marketing | September 2016 - Present · Data entry for “Scripps Presents” events · Copy editing for web features and promotional materials Consultant/Tutor | Modern Language Resource Center | September 2016 - Present · Provide effective, friendly and straightforward tutoring services to students in French classes regarding test preparation, essays, grammar and conversation · Manage and oversee orderly and efficient usage of language lab by students and professors · Coordinate film and equipment checkout and return Research Assistant | Vision Insight Praaxis Research & Evaluation | July 2016 - Present · Data entry & analysis for healthcare needs assessments Stagiaire (Intern) | Simpki | February 2016 – May 2016 · Translated content from French to English for Anglo-Saxon consumers · Selected photos for Simpki “destination” pages · Modified and enhanced photos to increase visual aesthetic and maintain continuity of site · Coded site’s keywords from French to English · Deepened communication skills in a multi-lingual environment Social Media Intern | Claremont Energy Challenge | February 2015 – May 2015 · Managed Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts · Created and edited icons, pamphlets and fliers using Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator Reporting Intern | Scripps College Office of Communications & Marketing | September 2014 – May 2015 · Wrote all articles, blurbs, and conducted all interviews concerning European Union Center of California, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletics, and Residential Life for Inside Scripps website Staff Writer | The Student Life Newspaper | September 2013 – May 2014 · Wrote weekly articles and conducted interviews for Life & Style and Sports sections VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE French Interpreter | Heartland Alliance Marjorie Kovler Center | July 2016 – Present · Interpret for French refugees and asylum seekers during therapy sessions · Greet clients and notify doctors and case managers upon arrivals · Help refugees and asylum seekers complete job applications and edit resumes Radio Campus Paris | August 2015 – June 2016 · Attended workshops, meetings and events to gain directing and production experience Chicago Independent Radio Project | June 2015 – August 2016 · Managed records fair at Pitchfork Music Festival Chicago 2015 Market Day Coordinator | Claremont Market Shares | January 2015 – May 2015 · Greeted local farmers for produce deliveries and set up displays and technology on market days SKILLS & ABILITIES Digital Media · Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Prelude and Premier · HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Python · Microsoft Office

Communication · Outgoing, confident, self-sufficient and independent · Familiar with style guidelines for academic and public writing · Has written for a multitude of platforms (Newspaper – reporting and opinion; Public Relations; Website content)


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INDUSTRY: International Relations EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont CA Expected May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy Analysis (in partnership with Pomona College), minor in Hispanic Studies Dean’s List: Fall 2015, Spring 2016 EXPERIENCE • •

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Public Counsel Legal Intern, Los Angeles, CA

Coordinate and work on outreach and intake for clients seeking asylum, in Immigration Rights Project division at the largest pro bono law firm in the nation Conduct intakes in Spanish with Spanish speaking populations; interview asylum seekers from the Middle East, and Africa

August 2016-present

U.S. Department of State Intern, Washington, D.C. Familiarized with foreign policy, education policy, and public-private partnerships, especially pertaining to youth issues Supported Program Officers with projects in youth programs such as the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES), Ben Franklin Fellows, and Emerging Young Leaders Promoted outreach for programs in regards to inclusivity of different marginalized populations

May-August 2016

Congressman Rick Larsen Intern, Bellingham, WA Served as first point of contact, fielding phone calls, and welcoming constituents Analyzed data, and contributed to research in order to support staff with projects on a variety of topics including human trafficking, agricultural exports, and education

May-August 2014

North Pacific Seafood Employee, Naknek, AK Strengthened ability to adapt to different work environments and broadened understanding of cultural differences Worked 16-hour shifts, 7 days a week for entirety of salmon season

June-July 2014

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Scripps Board of Trustees Student Representative, Claremont, CA Facilitate communication between students and trustees Organize events to understand and tend to issues pertaining to the entire student body Voting member of Education Policy committee for 2016-2017 Academic Year

July 2016-present

Scripps Associated Students Co-President of Class of 2017, Claremont, CA Organize and publicize many campus events and increased transparency between administration and students Reelected for second term to represent the class by relaying student opinion on relevant campus issues to the administration Manage and operate a budget of over $10,000 for senior class programming Scripps Student Investment Fund, Claremont, CA Collaborate with other members to maintain and update Scripps stock portfolio with over $270,000 in assets Research and pitch potential equity investments along with market neutral strategies and hedging Scripps Mock Trial, Claremont, CA Evaluated case material to craft and convey central argument in competitions Actively contributed to over 10 inter-college competitions

March 2015-present

January 2015-present

September 2014- May 2016

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Language Proficiency: Full business proficiency and written Spanish (Study abroad in Madrid, Spain in Fall 2015)


HOME MUXUAN W INDUSTRY: International Relations EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations and Japanese May 2017 ·Dean’s List, Spring 2014-Spring 2016; Internship Grant, Summer 2014 ·Cumulative GPA: 3.76 Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan CIEE Arts and Science Program ·Gained deep understanding of Japanese society and developed Japanese language skills

March-July 2016

RELATED EXPERIENCE Program Intern US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce – EF, Washington, D.C September-December 2015 ·Assisted in event planning for procurement events ·Researched for Asia Trade Mission and annual CelebrAsian procurement event ·Managed twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn accounts, designed posters and send out e-blasts through Mail Chimp ·Tracked office spending and transaction, and file accounting records Internship Berger Hirschberg Strategies, Washington D.C June-August 2015 ·Database management in NGP VAN, excel, and google docs ·Researched for potential donors and tracked donor information Communications and Fundraising Intern INCLUDED, Beijing, China May-August 2014 ·Created a database for potential donors to support the operation of INCLUDED ·Drafted fund reports and proposals ·Managed social media accounts and designed publicity brochures ·Recorded recent donations and donor contact information Vice President Claremont Chinese Student Association, Claremont Colleges May 2014-May 2015 ·Arranged Chinese New Year Celebration which attracted more than 500 students and local residents ·Coordinated multimedia equipment and managed hall arrangement for the New Year Gala ·Managed the WeChat public account for the association and published news routinely OTHER EXPERIENCE Chinese Fellow and Research Assistant, Pomona College, Claremont Colleges January 2014-present ·Graded homework for modern Chinese literature class and held tutor sessions for students of Chinese language ·Arranged bibliography in assisting professor’s research on women writers in Modern China Alto, Claremont Concert Choir, Claremont Colleges Fall 2013-present Performer, Claremont Colleges Taiko, Claremont Colleges Fall 2014-present ·Performed Taiko (Japanese Drum) songs in school events Actress, Chinese Drama Club, Claremont Colleges Fall 2013 and Fall 2014 ·Performed “the Mother” in The Station and “School Principal” in Lv De Shui SKILLS Language Skill Chinese (Native Speaker); Japanese (JPLT Level 1); Spanish (Elementary); English (Fluent) Computer Skill Java; SML; Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel; Power Director (Video Making)


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INDUSTRY: International Relations EDUCATION: Scripps College, Claremont, California B.A., Hispanic Studies and Linguistics cum laude anticipated May 2017; GPA 3.86 Honors thesis: “Sintáctica sediciosa: El hipérbaton en los sonetos de Luis de Góngora” Universidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain, January - May 2016 Advanced university coursework in Philology (Syntax, Morphology, Literary Theory); GPA 3.75

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Sarah Stauffer Francoeur ’38 Memorial Scholarship, Fall 2016; awarded for academic achievement in Romance languages Howard T. Young Prize in Hispanic Literature, “La voz desde el fanal: Romanticismo y la creación de la subjetividad femenina en ‘Último canto’ de Carolina Coronado”, Spring 2015 Sigma Delta Pi (National Hispanic Studies honor society), member since Spring 2015 Marie McSpadden Sands Writing Award, “Gender-Neutral Pronouns: Inclusive, Subversive, Progressive”, Fall 2013 Claremont Colleges Library Undergraduate Research Award, Honorable Mention, same as above paper, Spring 2014

EXPERIENCE: Language Lab consultant, Scripps Modern Languages Resource Center; September 2014 - May 2017 Provide drop-in tutoring services in Spanish grammar, conversation, and composition to fellow students; organize foreignlanguage film showings for various classes; assist individual students with supplementary language-learning software Dishwasher/Kitchen assistant, Pans on Fire, Pleasanton, CA; June - August 2016, December 2016 - January 2017 Washed dishes for children’s and adults’ cooking classes; assisted in kitchen prep and cleanup; trained new dishwashers Program support intern, National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR), Oakland, CA; May - August 2015 Identified relevant news stories and maintained website for Women and Global Migration Working Group; took minutes on conference calls; managed listservs; assisted with organizational and archiving projects Junior Fellow, Scripps College Humanities Institute; September - December 2014 Nominated to a selective program intended to foster critical discussion around the multifaceted theme of “Silence”; wrote short essays in response to weekly seminars, performances, and assigned texts; with other fellows, curated exhibition of rare library materials illustrating different forms of historical and political silences Student Teacher, Chaparral Elementary School, Claremont, CA; September - December 2014 Team-taught Spanish language and culture to fourth-graders while enrolled in Foreign Language and Culture Teaching Clinic; developed two lesson plans per week with teaching partner; prepared slideshows, games, and teaching aids in accordance with semester-long theme of Spanish festivals Editor, Literate Nation, San Francisco, CA; June 2012 - September 2013 Edited documents and restructured model literacy legislation for nonprofit organization advocating nationwide literacy; wrote chapter summaries for CEO-authored Blueprint for a Literate Nation and researched and organized facts for book appendix; wrote short essays synthesizing findings from academic articles with organization mission statement Bookstore employee, The Bookstore (closed), Pleasanton, CA; June 2010 - September 2012 Created book and merchandise displays; priced and shelved books; assisted customers and operated out cash register

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES: [in]Visible Magazine, Spring 2015 - present (writer, blogger, and copyeditor) Reproductive Justice Club, Scripps College; Fall 2013 - present (Secretary Fall 2013 to Spring 2014)

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Fluent in Spanish, proficient in Japanese Video editing (Final Cut Pro X) Microsoft Office, Apple iWorks


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INDUSTRY: International Relations Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations • Senior Thesis Topic: The impact of institutions on gender within Nepali labor migration SIT Study Abroad, Nepal: Development and Social Change

May 2017

January – May 2016

Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH

Diploma, 2012 Leadership and Work Experience

Clinical Psychologist Shadowing, University of Kentucky Lexington, KY June – August 2016 • Observed patient-provider interactions and sat in on research and grant meetings • Learned and became passionate about the importance of a holistic approach to medicine that encompasses social and psychological aspects of health • Received HIPPA training and became certified Independent Study Project, School of International Training Nepal April – May 2016 • Organized and self designed research project, in which 25 interviews were conducted in Nepali • Research addressed the intersection of labor migration and empowerment of Nepali women through microfinance • Wrote research paper and presented findings at end of research period Policy Intern, Global Financial Integrity Washington, D.C. June – August 2015 • Global Financial Integrity works to curtail the cross-border flow of illegal money to enhance global development and security • Assisted with research on money laundering, tax evasion, and terrorist financing • Copyedited reports funded by organizations such as the Government of Finland and the Ford Foundation Staff Intern, The Wilson Center Washington, D.C. May – August 2014 • Worked on ‘The Women in Public Service Project,’ whose mission is to build a global network of women leaders • Researched various issues surrounding women in public service using legal research databases such as HeinOnline and LexisNexis • Maintained organization’s website and social media on a daily basis • Facilitated the connection of emerging women leaders with women at the highest levels of decision-making via mentoring platform Advocacy Director, Nourish International Claremont Colleges, Claremont CA • Explored development and global inequality through selected readings • Planned events to raise awareness about the social justice sector • Facilitated conversations about current events in club meetings

September 2013 – March 2015

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Proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel, Photoshop, InDesign, and social media Writer for ‘The Golden Antlers,’ Claremont’s satire publication Mentor with the ‘Kentucky Mentoring Program’ at the Claremont Colleges Conversational Nepali and Italian


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INDUSTRY: International Relations

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 Bachelor of Arts, Japanese Language and Literature • Relevant Courses: Advanced Japanese; Japanese and Japanese American Women Writers; Advanced Kanji; Time, Space, and Place in Kyoto; Marginality, Ethnicity, and Gender in Japan, Currents Readings in Japanese, Pre-Modern Japanese Lit Aesthetics Riverdale Country School, Bronx, NY

June 2012

May 2011 The School for Ethics and Global Leadership, Washington, D.C. • Accepted to highly selective semester-long residential program for intellectually motivated high school juniors from across the USA EXPERIENCE Scripps College Teaching Assistant for Professor Thierry Boucquey, Claremont, CA Core Language Teaching Assistant for Chinese, Spanish & Japanese • Taught and led 10 – 15 minute segments each class regarding foreign language acquisition and culture • Held weekly office hours, clarifying and solidifying student knowledge in Chinese, Spanish, and Japanese • Graded and observed students every class in their proficiency of their respective foreign language

August 2016 - present

T.I.C. Restaurant Group, New York, New York June 2016 - August 2016 Business Development Intern • Translated commuter benefits from English to Japanese for 200 employees, providing them with the opportunity to enroll in commuter benefits • Collaborated with the President and Operations Manager to relay business strategies from Japanese to English • Trademarked logos for 5 restaurants with lawyers and the Operations Manager • Collected and organized 158 social media, print and digital articles, in Japanese or English about T.I.C’s restaurant’s • Adjusted and clarified menus for 14 restaurants with Graphic Designer for customers and online websites The Motley Coffeehouse, Claremont, CA April 2014 - present Head Barista • Created system to identify most popular drinks and efficiently allocate raw materials to increase profit for the shop • Invented 10+ new & creative drinks for the coffeehouse menu, 5 of which became Customer All-Time Favorites for 2 years in a row • Trained and led a group of 50+ baristas; assisted Owner with managing and recruiting all coffeehouse personnel • Received Outstanding Customer Service Award every year • Barista of the Month Award multiple times a year: Ran register; Prepared hot and cold coffee, lattes, and teas; Served food Bronxville Field Club, Bronxville, New York June 2015 - August 2015 Lifeguard/Swim Instructor • Coached 40+ nationally competitive students swimming techniques, resulting in my students earning 10 first place medals • Developed creative & effective swimming classes and lesson plans for students of all skill levels and ages August 2014 - December 2014 Coop Fountain Grill at Pomona College, Claremont, CA General Manager • Oversaw three shifts per week, supervised Coop workers on properly handling food, beverages, and providing satisfactory customer service; Counted the register at the beginning and end of shifts, and made cash deposits January 2006 - August 2014 Civil Air Patrol: Amelia Earhart Cadet Squadron, Yonkers, New York Rank: Cadet Executive Officer; Grade: Cadet Second Lieutenant (E3 in the US Air Force) ● Earned 10 promotions and second highest cadet staff position in the Auxiliary of the Air Force, a volunteer program training cadets ● Given recognition by Chief Master Sergeant Dean Roberts & the Mayor of Yonkers for outstanding service to the men and women of the 514th Security Forces Squadron ● Ran communication for various Search & Rescue Missions, including relief for Hurricane Sandy in 2012 for the North-East Region ● Taught Customs & Courtesies, Leadership and Aerospace Education in compliance with Civil Air Patrol and US Air Force Manuals LEADERSHIP/AWARDS • Little and Stuart Mackeown Memorial Scholarship (Merit Scholarship Award) • Sports: Competed in Junior Olympics and Summer Nationals in swimming; Nationally Rated (Top 60 in the USA) Swimmer at Apex Swimming Club; USA Swimming All-Academic Team; Starting Mid/Defense for Claremont College Field Hockey Team • Mentor of both Multi-Ethnic Racial Group Experiences (MERGE) and Chicana Latina Student Alliance (CLSA) Clubs • Campus Event Organizer for Claremont Colleges Contra Dance • Japanese Culture Club • Outdoor Women’s Leadership Club SKILLS • Technical: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Flash, iMovie; advanced Excel, Word, and PowerPoint • Language: Fluent in Japanese, Beginner Korean, Beginner Spanish


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INDUSTRY: International Relations

EDUCATION: Scripps College, Claremont, CA. Bachelor of Arts: Linguistics. GPA: 3.7 University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan Study abroad with CET’s Intensive Arabic Language Program,

2013-2017 Spring 2016

EXPERIENCE: Program Assistant – Scripps College Office of Study Abroad and Global Education, Claremont, CA. 2014 – Present Responsible for greeting visitors, answering phones, responding to student questions about programs and applications, social media outreach, designing posters and flyers, planning events including fairs and discussions. PanLex Acquisition Intern – Long Now Foundation, Berkeley, CA. Summer 2016 Worked in the acquisition track of a project dedicated to creating a pan-lingual online dictionary. Helped acquire, evaluate, and catalogue lexical data for assimilation into the PanLex database. Conducted library and Internet research to find sources for more than 45 lesser-known languages. Cashier – Scripps College Student Store, Claremont, CA. Fall 2015 Responsible for customer service, ensuring customers were satisfied with their items, running the store when no other employees were available, stocking and organizing displays. Intern – Endangered Language Fund, New Haven, CT. Summer 2015 Digitized 18 years’ worth of archival materials, identified materials to be put on the organization’s website, copyedited publications, data entry, crosschecked and fact-checked information on file, helped brainstorm website improvements and social media outreach. Social Science Resource Writer – DemiDec Resources, Los Angeles, CA. Summer 2014 Wrote a 90-page study guide for the social science component of Academic Decathlon, conducted and synthesized research from a multitude of primary and secondary sources, met strict writing and editing deadlines.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT: ESL Tutor – 5C Refugee Advocacy Network, Claremont, CA. Participate in drop-in English as a Second Language tutoring for local refugees.

2016 – Present

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Recipient of Scripps Internship Grant, Summer 2016 Dean’s List: 2013-2016 Scripps College Humanities Institute Junior Fellow, Fall 2016

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Computer - Mac and Windows proficiency, Microsoft Office, Adobe Suite, Wordpress, Audacity, Praat, Social Media, Digitizing tools Languages - Fluent in French, Proficient in Arabic (Advanced-Mid on ACTFL’s oral proficiency exam)


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INDUSTRY: Journalism/Publishing EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in English, minor in Media Studies Expected May 2017 - GPA: 3.7/4.0, Dean’s List (2014, 2015, 2016) - Relevant Coursework: Advanced Creative Writing, Video Art, Urban Photography, Psychology of Education Danish Institute for Study Abroad, Copenhagen, Denmark December 2015 - Studied Children in a Multicultural Context through text and discussion, field studies, and a practicum site - Embraced Danish culture by taking Danish Language and Gender and Sexuality in Scandinavia WORK EXPERIENCE Cosmopolitan Magazine June 2016-August 2016 Features Intern - Distributed a daily news report to the editorial staff pitching new feature ideas and thematically relevant updates - Copy edited final versions of the magazine - Conducted interviews and assisted editors and the editor-in-chief with research for projects and articles Breakthrough Collaborative Teaching Fellow June 2015-August 2015 - Taught three sections of 7th grade English Literature, a nutritional health class including discussion and cooking, a poetry club, and counseled an advisory group - Independently created, wrote, and implemented daily lesson plans for each class - Organized and led community activities such as the end of the year presentations of learning and a poetry reading The Student Life September 2014-June 2015 Column Writer - Wrote a weekly, 800 word column reviewing current movies for the Claremont College newspaper - Edited the column multiple times before it was published Hawaii Luxury Magazine August 2014 Writing Intern - Edited drafts of the company’s various magazines such as Go Kailua, Waikiki Magazine, and HI Luxury Magazine - Wrote short features (200 words) and a long feature (800 words) for Waikiki Magazine and Go Kailua - Assisted the photographer and stylist at a photoshoot Hollister Co., June 2013-August 2013 Sales Associate - Greeted and assisted customers throughout the store, worked the cash register, and dressing rooms LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Creating Academic Relations through Education (CARE) Club September 2014-Present Volunteer Volunteer weekly in a first grade classroom at Chaparral Elementary School Assist the teacher by leading small groups in activities Provide extra help for struggling students in math, reading, and writing Children in a Multicultural Context Practicum September 2015-December 2015 Teacher’s Assistant - Volunteered weekly in a sixth grade classroom at Selsmoseskolen Elementary School in Denmark - Co-taught an English Lanuage class to improve Danish students’ speaking, writing, and reading skills Developed and facilitated lesson plans and activities Scripps College New Student Program April 2014- June 2015 Peer Mentor - Attended an intensive, week long training course in counseling and privilege awareness - Prepared activities and attended workshops to lead and counsel - Counseled and created program events for seven first-year girls COMMUNITY SERVICE Food Distribution Windward United Church Christ Volunteer - Distribute food to those in need Wednesday mornings when home from school

June 2013-Present

SKILLS/INTERESTS Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Social Media Sites, Creative Writing, Photography, Teaching, Traveling, Surfing


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Scripps College GPA: 3.6 | GPA in Major: 3.9 Honors Studio Art | Concentration: Photography [ Graduation: December 2016 Thesis | Performing the Uncanny: An Exploration of Self Through Alternate Process Photography | 2015-2016

Visual Art Experience: Artist Books Published Scripps College Press [ Fall 2016 Worked in Scripps College Press, created two multiple edition artist books, books are now in special collections in university libraries across the country

Various class exhibitions | Fall 2014, Spring 2016, Fall 2016 Installation cut paper sculpture, ceramics, and digital art

Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery exhibition of thesis project | Spring 2016 Juried gallery exhibition of alternative process photography from senior project

Editor-in-chief of [In]visible Magazine | 2015-2016 Ran a feminist art and literary magazine for three semesters: ran meetings, planned events, managed staff.

Lead Design Editor of [In]visible Magazine | 2014-2015 Headed layout design staff on feminist art and literary magazine after being a staff designer and artist for a year

Photographer and graphic design intern for Project Cordillera | Summer 2014 Created a welcome book for travelers using the socially responsible tourism company based in Huaraz, Peru. Took photos of local community and hiking trails to promote Project Cordillera

Teaching Experience: Taught Third Semester Spanish discussion class at Scripps | Spring 2015 Taught Spanish to fourth graders at Chaparral Elementary | Fall 2014

Other Work Experience: Jewelry sales person at Meierotto Jewelers | Summer 2016 Worked with buying and selling jewelry with customers and vendors, wrote appraisals, helped organize events

Awards: Lucia Suffel Crafts award | Art Department Honors Award for thesis work Epsilon Zeta chapter of Sigma Delta Pi | National Spanish Honor Society

Skills: Professionally proficient in Adobe Creative Suite Advanced photographic work | Digital and B&W dark room Spanish | Professionally proficient reading, writing and speaking French | Intermediate reading, beginner speaking and writing Print and book making Plaster and clay sculptural work


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INDUSTRY: Journalism/Publishing EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA

May 2017

B.A. English Thesis: “The Moon, Madwomen, & the Dark Feminine in Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea” Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS)

European Clinical Psychology

Copenhagen, Denmark August-December 2015

EXPERIENCE Career Consultant

Career Planning & Resources, Scripps College

August 2016-Present

Edit 2-5 student resumes and cover letters & help brainstorm improvement strategies on a tri-weekly drop-in basis

Collaborate with five full-time staff on projects, student outreach, and on-campus events

Compose student-targeted emails to market employment and internship opportunities

Greet students at the front desk, schedule & maintain appointment database, and answer phone calls and emails

Columnist & Staff Writer

January 2015-Present

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Write original biweekly articles about issues in sexuality and sexual health

Writing Mentor

September 2014-May 2015

Weekly Writing Workshop, Uncommon Good & Pomona College •

Instructed and mentored four 7-9th graders in grammar, rhetorical techniques, creative essay writing, and public speaking skills

Established close relationships with each student as an academic coach and advocate

Student Manager

September 2013-May 2015

Modern Languages Resource Center, Scripps College •

Supported students and faculty by assisting with language-learning resources and troubleshooting technological issues in the computer lab

Spearheaded organizational system to maximize productivity in two classes of twentyfive language students

SKILLS

Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Google Docs, Social Media

Languages: French (Elementary/Intermediate Proficiency), Danish (Elementary Proficiency)


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INDUSTRY: Journalism/Publishing EDUCATION Scripps College: Claremont, California Bachelor of Arts in History, Minor in Environmental Analysis Cumulative GPA: 3.65; Dean’s List, Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 School for International Training International Honors Program, Climate Change: Vietnam, Morocco, and Bolivia WORK EXPERIENCE Senior Interviewer, Scripps College Office of Admission, Claremont, CA • Interview prospective students, evaluate student fit, and file interview reports about each candidate.

Expected May 2017

February 2016-May 2016

August 2016-December 2016

Talent Acquisition Development Program Intern, Amazon, Seattle, WA June 2016-August 2016 • Sourced and assessed engineering and technical talent for the Amazon Prime Air team; completed intensive recruiter training. • Presented diversity recruiting recommendations and research to Amazon Talent Acquisition executives. June 2015-August 2015 Features Intern, Marie Claire Magazine, New York, NY • Pitched and published stories on MarieClaire.com. • Selected to fill in as the Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief; managed EIC Anne Fulenwider's schedule and communicated with masthead editors and staff members to coordinate meetings and editorial decisions. • Conducted interview for feature article; provided research, fact checked, and transcribed interviews for feature print articles. • Drafted and edited captions and titles for three editions of the @Work Tech page; proposed themes and products to editors. Senior Development Manager, The Student Life, Claremont, CA September 2015- Present The Student Life is the weekly print and online newspaper of the Claremont Colleges. • Write investigative and feature pieces; work with Senior Staff members to develop digital presence and reader engagement. • Interviewed staff and wrote twelve complete guides for each editor position, to provide guidance to incoming editors. Editor-in-Chief December 2014 May 2015 ● Managed 120 + staff members and led workshops, meetings, and production of the weekly print edition. ● Made final editing decisions regarding all content and production aspects of the weekly newspaper. ● Organized journalism panel with participants from The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and The Chicago Tribune. ● Developed plans for and led launch of customized website; oversaw an increase in visual storytelling on print and online platforms. Managing Editor August 2014-December 2014 ● Edited and oversaw production of the Life & Style and Sports sections of the newspaper. Life & Style Section Editor February 2014-May 2014 ● Researched and pitched all Life & Style topics for each week’s section; independently managed 15 person reporting staff. January 2014-January 2016 Editorial Assistant, Vela Magazine Vela Magazine is an online magazine of creative non-fiction, written by women and inspired by travel. ● Researched and managed daily posts to Facebook and Twitter feeds; in one year, saw 1,000+ increase in Twitter followers. ● Strategized and assisted in organizing Kickstarter campaign in the fall of 2014 to raise $20k for magazine expansion. ● Read manuscripts and provided commentary; collaborated with professional women journalists to increase site traffic. June 2014-August 2014 Research Intern, Lis Wiehl Books, New York, NY Lis Wiehl is an author, lawyer, and broadcast journalist focusing on current legal topics. ● Conducted research on legal topics for Wiehl’s on air, broadcasted segments; presented potential angles for arguments. ● Proposed and carried out two Q&A series with legal experts on juvenile justice and police violence as part of Wiehl’s blog. Journalism Intern, The Borgen Project June 2014-August 2014 The Borgen Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to advocating for poverty reduction legislation. ● Wrote 3-4 articles per week for Borgen Magazine on international markets and politics. ● Selected to make presentation about story on Sierra Leone to 500-person team during weekly national conference call. On-Air News Reporter, KSPC 88.7 FM, Claremont, CA KPSC 88.7 FM is the non-profit, student radio of the Claremont Colleges. • Crafted news reports and used studio equipment to report upon local and national news on-air.

January 2014-May 2014

AWARDS, HONORS AND SKILLS Selected to attend University of California, Berkeley Advanced Oral History Summer Institute; Mellon Research Award Recipient. Fluent in AP Style; Proficient in Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, WordPress, Twitter, Facebook. Spanish language: Professional working knowledge.


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INDUSTRY: Journalism/Publishing

Education

Scripps College, Claremont, CA B.A. Expected May 2017 • Pursuing Bachelor of Arts in English, Minor in Hispanic Studies • Cumulative GPA—3.4; Dean’s List-- Fall 2013, Fall 2015 • Member of the National Spanish Honor Society, Epsilon Zeta chapter of Sigma Delta Pi Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Valparaíso, Chile Semester abroad, Fall 2015

Experience

United States Senate office of Senator Bernard Sanders, Washington, D.C June-August 2016 Legislative Intern • Acted as liaison between constituents and Senator Sanders’s staff, fielding up to 100 calls per day and recording concerns about legislation and casework • Conducted research projects for senior staffers, including identifying discrepancies in supplemental food allowances for military service members at home and abroad, complete with recommendations for amending existing programs and legislation to better suit those affected by them • Attended 2-3 Senate hearings and briefings each week for staffers and took comprehensive notes for their consideration • Delivered bills to the Senate floor and led tours for constituents through the U.S. Capitol Building Scripps College Institutional Advancement, Claremont, CA Program Supervisor September 2016-Present • Oversee hiring and training of callers and shift leaders and maximize fundraising potential by assigning calls to employees based on their history and interests • Act as liaison between Institutional Advancement senior staff and the Phonathon team to maintain productivity and improve the experience of students, parents, and alumnae Shift Leader January 2016-Present • Assist a program supervisor on two shifts a week by guiding callers through phone conversations and fundraising with alumnae and parents • Provide individualized coaching support to callers while maintaining collective morale and productivity • Attend weekly management meetings in order to plan for the week’s shifts and better utilize calling time Student Fundraiser September 2014- Present • Speak with alumnae and parents about their experiences, update them on the college and encourage them to support the college financially • Regularly meet and exceed fundraising goals by maintaining personal connections with alumnae and parents in the Scripps College community, personally raised over $30,000 for the college since starting Honnold-Mudd Library, Claremont, CA Services Desk Assistant October 2013- May 2014 • Delivered directional and reference assistance to patrons from across Los Angeles County, in person and by phone • Assisted with book circulation and general research questions • Earned “Student Employee of the Month” for providing exceptional service to patrons and for working closely with both student and professional colleagues

Skills

Language: Advanced spoken and written Spanish Technology: Proficient with Microsoft Office, social media and some research databases


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Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA

2013- 2017

Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, Minor in Hispanic Studies

3.56 GPA, Dean’s List 2013-2015

Hamilton College Academic Year in Spain Study Abroad, Madrid, Spain 

January-May 2016

Studied Spanish Poetry, Sociology, Art History, and Grammar at Madrid’s Instituto Internacional, Hamilton College’s Study Abroad Center.

Experience Editor-in-Chief, The Scripps Voice, Claremont, CA

September 2016-current

Led student staff of 20+ to plan, assign, and design articles for the student-run bimonthly campus newspaper.

Initiated environmentally responsible printing practices by reducing paper waste.

Copy Editor, The Scripps Voice, Claremont, CA 

September 2014-January 2016

Edited 10-12 news articles written by student journalists weekly; focusing on grammar, spelling, coherence, and adherence to American Press (AP) journalistic style.

Special Collections Assistant, Denison Library, Claremont, CA 

Archived special collections, utilized specialized cataloging software, provided research assistance to patrons, filed publications, helped organize events for patrons, and assisted in preservation of rare books.

Spanish Counselor, OpenMinds Learn Best Camp, San Diego, CA 

September 2013-current

May-August 2014

Taught Spanish during the academic year in a classroom of first- and second-graders, completing lesson plans, organizing educational activities and songs, and supervising the classroom.

Research Intern, Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, Iowa City, IA

July-August 2015

Archived mixed media works, reorganized archival files, and provided research assistance to professors.

Assisted with office administrative tasks such as answering phones and updated online presence such as mailing lists and transcription services accounts.

Skills Language: Fluent in reading, writing, and speaking Spanish Media: Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook proficient in InDesign, proficient in social media (WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr)


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INDUSTRY: Journalism/Publishing

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA

May 2017

Bachelor of Arts, Creative Writing: Nonfiction, GPA: 3.83 • Thesis: How to Survive Autism: A Personal Memoir • Relevant coursework: Intro/Advanced Creative Writing, Fiction and Reading, Creative Writing: Poetry, Newspaper Op-Ed, Public Writing, Writing for Non-Profit Institutions

WORK EXPERIENCE

Media and Development Intern, Pomona Hope Sept. 2016-Present • Interview volunteers and students, write articles, and partner with fellow intern to produce several newsletters with a fresh clean look compared to previous publications • Update and redesign annual report for 2015-2016 school year to distribute to donors • Ghostwrite end-of-year fundraising letters and grant applications • Support staff with annual fundraising gala, program preparation, and volunteering with kids

Contributor/Co-Editor, Scripps College Journal March 2015-Present • Recruit, compile, and edit original artwork, fiction, poetry, and essays from students • Collaborate with editorial team to host promotional writing events and select submissions • Publicize via Facebook, emails to writing and art departments, and starting a blog for journal

Head Treasurer, 3C Christian Fellowship, Scripps College May 2015 – Present • Coordinate with co-treasurers to obtain and distribute scholarship funds, pay reimbursements, and track spending in spreadsheets • Mediate between club and student government to facilitate recognition and financial support Conference Assistant, Office of Public Events, Scripps College May 2016 – Aug. 2016 • Relayed information and requests between clients, our office, and maintenance • Cooperated with other assistants, wedding coordinators, and conference directors to develop schedules, attend to client’s needs, and run the weddings and events

Events Assistant, Office of Public Events, Scripps College Sept. 2013 – May 2016 • Researched and introduced guest presenters for weekly lectures • Coordinated event logistics, reservations, and check-ins • Created mailing lists, designed invitations and flyers, and performed clerical duties Summer Assistant, Office of Admission, Scripps College May 2014 – Aug. 2014 • Provided tours to prospective students and other visitors; occasionally substitute to this day • Managed the front desk to welcome visitors, answer phones, and direct callers

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

• Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher) • Proficient in Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Blogger, WordPress, Tumblr)

AWARDS • • • • •

Margaret Norris Brown ’35 Memorial Scholarship, Scripps College, Sept. 2016 Esterly Award Recipient for $850 to attend BlogHer Conference 2016, May 2016 Published in Scripps’ Career Planning & Resources blog, Beyond the Elms, March 2016 Published in Scripps College Journal, May 2015, May 2016 Dean’s List, Scripps College, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015


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INDUSTRY: Journalism/Publishing

EDUCATION Scripps College—Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology • Senior Thesis: “Sexual Education and Agency Culture at the Claremont Colleges” • Coursework: The Newspaper Op-Ed, International Journalism, Writing for Social Change • Dean’s List Fall 2013

May 2016

WORK EXPERIENCE Institutional Advancement Summer Intern , Scripps College Career Planning & Resources

May 2016-August 2016 • Constructed targeted emails to students, drafted letters and website updates, formatted community newsletters. • Researched companies and employers, wrote position descriptions, and posted job/internship listings on our portal. • Created visual and digital marketing materials promoting our staff, services, and resources, and updated social media. • Provided administrative assistance and customer service, answered phone calls, scheduled meetings, and input data. Summer Conference Assistant, Scripps College Public Events May 2015-August 2015, May 2016August 2016 • Assisted planning and hosting events, including weddings, alumnae events, music workshops, and academic programs. • Wrote instructional materials, organized office records, created signs/documents, and completed research projects. • Organized staffing schedules, set up physical layouts, served as on-call liaison, and performed on-site tasks as needed. • Collaborated with and delegated tasks among team of 5-6 and communicated with other campus departments. Career Consultant, Scripps College Career Planning & Resources August 2015-May 2016 • Reviewed resumes, cover letters, and personal statements for undergraduate students of various fields of study. Advised students on enhancing their application materials and career searches based on individual goals and strengths. • Co-moderated “Breaking the Glass Ceiling” Panel and served as student rep. for Internship Grant Review Committee. • Designed sandwich boards, wrote marketing and promotional material, and created running slideshows. • Completed various administrative tasks as needed, including scheduling, answering phones, organizing, emails.

WRITING & EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE

Staff Writer, The Student Life—Claremont, CA, Student-Run College Newspaper

September 2015-December 2015 Wrote weekly articles, covering sexual assault policies, student social justice initiatives, and institutional expansion. Communicated with editors and co-writers; conducted research and interviews with administration, students, etc. Copy Editor, The Scripps Voice—Claremont, CA, Student-Run College Newspaper September 2014-May 2015 • Edited 4-5 articles per biweekly issue for mechanical errors, organizational structure, and clarity using AP style. • Reviewed content with attention to paper’s emphasis on intersectional feminist representation of student voices. Staff Writer, The Scripps Voice—Claremont, CA, Student-Run College Newspaper September 2012-May 2015 • Wrote 1-2 articles per biweekly issue, including reports on campus events such as performances, gallery openings, guest speakers, and alumnae highlights as well as various op-eds on trigger warnings, feminism, social justice, etc. • Maintained a regular film column, reviewing Netflix streaming recommendations and award season nominations. • Planned stories, connected with sources, and revised articles in collaboration with editors. • •

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Competitive Partnerships Organizer—Claremont, CA November 2014-January 2016 • Supported independent competitive ballroom dancing community (approx. 40 members) by working in team of 4-6 to organize professional and peer training, group practices, and competition logistics, managing multiple projects at once. • Facilitated communication among dancers, maintained social media groups and relationships with professional coaches, encouraged positive participation through peer training and team-building events. • Applied for various funding opportunities and collected donations to cover shoes, costumes, and registration needs. • Participated in three-time winning formation routine of 10 dancers, practicing 6-12 hours per week independently.

SKILLS & INTERESTS •

Experience with WordPress, MyEmma, Formstack, Asana, Adobe InDesign, iMovie, Microsoft Office Suite. Company dancer with VISIONS Contemporary Ballet—New York, NY (Fall 2016)


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INDUSTRY: Journalism/Publishing

Scripps College, Claremont, California Expected May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies, Minor in Spanish, Cumulative GPA: 3.78/4.0 Dean’s List (4 Semesters) Relevant Coursework: Photography, Production, Liberal Arts Sequence, Computer Science, Design, UX/UI Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain, CIEE New Media, Communication, and Journalism Program

Spring 2016

EXPERIENCE Language Consultant, Modern Language Resource Center, Scripps College Current • Tutor Scripps College students in every level of Spanish language class, including both grammar and essay writing techniques. Senior Media Studies Thesis, Scripps College Fall 2016 • Coded, designed, and produced the content (writing/interactive photographic gallery) for a live website (irvseniorproject.website) supplemented with an accompanying research paper Operations Intern, Health Evolution Summit Summer 2016 • Acted as the EA to the CEO, assisted with scheduling, running meetings, and answering calls • Completed Excel-based research projects surrounding potential summit attendees, and performed various database organizational projects Community Manager/Writer/Photographer, OffMetro San Francisco Summer 2015 • Managed website and various social media accounts for online green travel resource with over 700 followers • Wrote articles and photographed various events as a representative of OffMetroSF Server/Waitress, Glaze Teriyaki, San Francisco, California • Responsible for serving food, taking orders, opening and closing a popular San Francisco restaurant

2015/16

Marketing Co-Chair, Nourish International, Claremont Chapter Spring 2014/Fall 2015 • Lead advertising campaigns for various fundraising events over social media and print platforms • Helped raise over $7,000 and send five students to Cameroon to complete a well-building project as well as a lead a seminar in HIV/AIDs and sexual health Co-President, National Charity League Marin Chapter, San Francisco, California 2013 • Active member of the National Charity League for over five years • Elected to be one of the Co-Presidents of the class in 2013 • Ran meetings, organized events, and reached out and built relationships with various charity organizations Capstone Internship, The Branson School; Ross, California Spring 2013 • Designed and executed month long project in which I worked with professional photographers, such as Bill Owens and Michael Zagaris • Gained experience regarding different aspects of the professional art and publishing world through interviews and shadowing • Started my own blog, as well as crafted and printed an in depth photo essay outlining experiences

SKILLS Advanced Spanish (speaking, writing, reading, comprehension) (includes processing film)/ Advanced Digital photography editing in Photoshop Advanced in Illustrator, InDesign, Prelude, Premiere Pro, and Aperture, Photoshop, Adobe Bridge Experienced in, Python, VPython, HTML, CSS, and Javascript Proficient in Microsoft Suite/Social Media Platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Wordpress)

Darkroom Printing


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JOELLE L

INDUSTRY: Journalism/Publishing Education: Scripps College, May 2017 GPA: 3.79 Major: American Studies with concentration in Government Minor: Hispanic Studies Recipient of Hillary Rodham Clinton Scholarship for Leadership Work Experience: College Essay Tutor, Private family, Diamond Bar, CA 10/2016-Present • Edited and formatted college application essays for a high school senior. Nanny, Private family, Claremont, CA 09/2013-Present • Picked up children every weekday from school and played with them until their parents returned from work. Social Media Intern, Washington D.C. 06/2015-07/2015 National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty through the Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism • Managed the Twitter account for the “90 Million Strong” Campaign by regularly tweeting articles pertaining to the death penalty. • Wrote news releases and articles about the death penalty. •Analyzed and summarized the Glossip v. Gross Supreme Court case. Camp Counselor, Camp Alonim, Simi Valley, CA 06/2014-07/2014 • Cared for a bunk of a dozen ten-year old girls. • Planned and ran fun and educational activities. Leadership and Social Service Experience: Co-President, Claremont Colleges Hillel, Claremont, CA 09/2016-12/2016 • Organized weekly Shabbat dinners and other religious and social events regularly attended by over 60 students. • Created agendas and led student board meetings. English Tutor, Apoyo Escolar, Buenos Aires, Argentina 04/20107/2015 Instructor, Prison Education Project, Chino Hills and Norco, CA 10/2014-05/2015 • Prepared weekly lesson plans and taught incarcerated individuals • Encouraged inmates to pursue education after their release and provided them with information regarding college and career possibilities First Year Students at Hillel Chair, Claremont, CA 09/2015-12/2015 • Organized social events for first year students to welcome them to the Claremont Hillel community. Social Activities Chair for Hillel, Claremont, CA 01/2015-05/2015 Vice President Progressive Claremont Israel Alliance, Claremont, CA 12/2014-05/2015 Staff Writer for The Scripps Voice, Claremont, CA 01/2014-12/2015 Hall Senator, Claremont, CA 09/2013-05/2014 • Planned social events for the students living in my dorm. Skills • Advanced Spanish speaking and writing • Social Media (Twitter, Facebook)


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INDUSTRY: Journalism/Publishing

Education

Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Latin American Studies and Chicano/Latino Studies • Senior Thesis: Neoliberalism and Mexican Education Reform • Dean’s List- Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2016 Fall 2015 SIT Nicaragua: “Youth Culture, Literacy, and Media,” Managua, Nicaragua • Independent Research Project: Sociocultural Effects of Infrastructure Development in San Carlos

Experience Scripps College Writing Center, Claremont, CA September 2014-Present Peer Writing Tutor • Support and engage with Scripps students to assist during all stages of the writing process • Help to analyze and synthesize information from various sources into organized, cohesive arguments • Ongoing one-on-one writing tutoring with English language learners Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault, Claremont, CA September 2013-Present Support Advocate • Helped organize and launch a 12 hour-a-day hotline providing crisis support and information for survivors of sexual assault at the Claremont Colleges • Monitor the hotline 3 to 6 nights per month on-call to support and guide survivors in high stress situations • Train for over 50 cumulative hours on listening skills, legal procedures, and crisis intervention [in]Visible Magazine, Claremont, CA September 2013-May 2016 Editor-in-Chief, Writing Director • Led and coordinated weekly group meetings to produce semesterly publication about gender issues • Promoted magazine development, involvement/recruitment, and readership through managing social media pages, including Facebook and WordPress, fostering campus presence • Managed magazine budget of $2900, including allocation for events and publishing costs • Copy editing, oversaw writing processes of writers, and helped them to develop and revise their articles Asylum Access, Oakland, CA Summer 2015 Executive Intern • Conducted and analyzed research on international issues and media pertaining to refugees and drafted preliminary op-eds to educate on issues such as refugee work rights and the European migration crisis • Provided administrative support to the Executive Director of a nonprofit organization providing legal advocacy to refugees in Asia, Africa, and Latin America • Investigated and strategized avenues for potential funding opportunities, increasing media visibility, and collaboration opportunities for the nonprofit, prepared official reports Metta Center for Nonviolence Education, Petaluma, CA Summer 2014, 2015 Communications Intern • Assisted with management and educational mediums of a small local nonprofit designed to provide education to the public about nonviolence • Copy-edited issues of Emergence, a monthly publication produced by the nonprofit organization • Drafted educational E-books based on various speeches given by the Executive Director

Skills

Languages: Advanced Spanish Computer Programs: Microsoft Office, Salesforce, SPSS, Social Media Programming Languages: JavaScript, HTML/CSS


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INDUSTRY: Language/Culture

Education Hometown: Dallas, Texas High School: The Hockaday School in Dallas, Texas • Awards: Founder’s Day Award; Sudie Duncan Citizenship Award; Orville Thorp Memorial Trophy for French Scholarship • Headmistress’s List – high honor roll (9-12) Scripps College, Claremont, California Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry Major, French Minor • 3.87 GPA; Dean’s List: Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 • Senior thesis: Gold-catalyzed intramolecular hydroamination reactions of unfunctionalized alkenes Medical experience Dr. John LoMonaco, M.D., F.A.C.S., Houston, Texas May 23rd – 27th, 2016 • Observed various laser and skin care treatments such as Botox, tattoo removal, and lip fillers • Observed as the nurses and physician met with patients and explained procedures like breast augmentations, tummy tucks, liposuction Dr. Charles Polsen, MD, League City, Texas May 24th and May 26th, 2016 • Watched the following surgeries: a facelift, a breast reconstruction, and an endoscopic carpal tunnel release Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital, Hamilton, Montana June-August 2014; July-August 2015; July-August 2016 • Shadowed Internal Medicine Hospitalists for four months (6 days a week, 8 hours per day in 2014; 2015 summer spent weekends and days off shadowing) • Accompanied the doctors on rounds, observed diagnosis discussions, and practiced solo History and Physical Examinations with various patients • Witnessed Emergency Room procedures, Imaging Department procedures, hospital laboratory work (microbiology and hematology lab), Heart Institute procedures (pulmonary function test, stress test, electrocardiogram, and bubble test) • Observed multiple surgical procedures, including: Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal, Carotid stenosis procedure, removal of melanoma from neck area, and Upper Endoscopy Research experience and employment Intramolecular Hydroamination Reactions, Keck Science, Claremont, California October 2015-Present • Researched intramolecular hydroamination reactions occurring with unfunctionalized alkenes in the presence of gold nanoclusters used as catalysts in Dr. Anna Wenzel’s research lab Tutor, Scripps College, Claremont, California March 2014-Present • Tutored 2-4 students weekly in General Chemistry, Introduction to Biological Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry by solving problems and explaining concepts • Asked by my previous Organic professor to weekly tutor a student in Organic chemistry by explaining reactions and concepts IBC Lab Assistant, Keck Science, Claremont, California Fall 2014; Fall 2015 • Collaborated with a fellow lab assistant 2 times per week to make solutions and set up laboratory equipment necessary for appropriate experiments for the Introduction to Biological Chemistry class


HOME General Chemistry Lab TA, Keck Science, Claremont, California January 2015-May 2015 • Assisted the professor teaching lab every other week for four hours by helping the students complete their lab experiments and during the off week, held office hours for two hours, answering questions about the lab and postlab assignment, and graded their assignments Summer laboratory experience Rocky Mountain Laboratories Summer Intern (NIH), Hamilton, Montana June-August 2015, 2016 • Researched flavivirus proteins causing Endoplasmic Reticulum rearrangements in HEK 293-T cells in Dr. Marshall Bloom’s Biology of Vector-Borne Viruses laboratory • 2015 Research culminated in a presentation in front of the Laboratory of Virology and at the 2015 Summer Student Symposia demonstrating that constructs 4A and 2B-4A showed the highest Protein Disulfide Isomerase (ER cellular marker) • 2016 Research culminated in a presentation in front of the Laboratory of Virology and at the 2016 Summer Student Symposia indicating the effect that small molecule compounds like Tunicamycin, Kifunensine, and Brefeldin A have on Langat virus protein and dsRNA expression in HEK-293T cells, SK-N-SH cells, and ISE6 cells • Acted as an administrative assistant for both the 2015 and 2016 Summer Student Symposia Presentations • NIH Rocky Mountain Laboratories in August 2015 – Tick-Borne Flavivirus Proteins o Laboratory of Virology during the weekly Virology in Progress meetings o 2015 Summer Student Symposia: symposium for post-baccalaureates and summer interns working at RML • Advanced Laboratory in March 2016 – Screening of Lake Sediments for Emerging Contaminants o Liquid Chromatography Atmospheric Pressure Photoionization and Electrospray Ionization coupled to High Resolution Mass Spectrometry • NIH Rocky Mountain Laboratories in August 2016 – Small Molecule Compound effects on Langat virus protein and dsRNA expression o Laboratory of Virology during the one of the weekly Virology in Progress meetings o 2016 Summer Student Symposia Skills and Hobbies • Research techniques: Cell Passage; Plasmid Transfections; Immunofluorescence Technique; Fixation of Cells for Electron Microscopy; analyzing components using Thin-Layer Chromatography; liquid-liquid extractions; working with live virus in a Biosafety Level-2 lab; observing the structure of a molecule with Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) • French: business level proficiency (Business French Exam Diploma received in the 11th grade of high school) • Long distance running: 2015 Missoula Marathon • Past community service activities: Perry School tutoring (tutored sixth graders in math) and Genesis Women’s Shelter (cared for the children of battered women while the mothers received counseling)


HOME SARAH O INDUSTRY: Language/Culture

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts, Major: Linguistics; Minor Degree: German Studies -Dean’s List: Fall 2013-2015, Spring 2014-2015 -Scripps Humanities Institute Fellow, Fall 2015 University of Edinburgh Study abroad with IFSA-Butler

May 2017

Spring 2016

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Scripps Media Services, Claremont, CA August 2014 – May 2017 Audio Visual Technician Intern -Provided hardware, software, and electronics maintenance for classrooms, events, and administration -Instructed staff, students and faculty on equipment operation -Handled student equipment reservations of photography and video equipment -Performed regular classroom computer and audio equipment checks -Troubleshot system malfunctions -Monitored setup schedule, updated audio visual requests, and struck events Scripps New Student Program IT, Claremont, CA Information Technology Orientation Technician -Assisted new students in setting up network, printers, e-mail and portal accounts -Installed security and other software United Parcel Service, Kansas City, MO Center Customer Service Representative -Processed, sorted, and delivered mail and packages -Provided printing, faxing, and advertising design services

August 2015 & 2016

June 2013 – August 2013

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER WORK SPCA Animal Shelter, Merriam, KS June 2016 – August 2016 Feline Crew -Met cats’ nutritional needs, cleaned animal living space, and socialized cats -Guided potential pet owners in navigating pet adoption process and matching families with animals Shepherd’s Center, Kansas City, MO June 2015 – August 2015 Technology Consultant for Seniors -Trained senior citizens in basic computer literacy and program navigation Unleashed Pet Rescue, Mission, KS June 2014 – August 2014 Volunteer -Provided care for rescue animals, managed animal living space, and exercised dogs SKILLS Piano: 8 years of training Technician: proficient in Mac and Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite, Windows debugging, System Administration, Software & Hardware Troubleshooting Languages: proficient in German, novice in French, Russian Drawing & Design: pencil realism and Adobe Photoshop / Illustrator design skills


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INDUSTRY: Language/Culture EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Pre-Medicine, Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Language • Minor in Chemistry • 3.96 GPA, Dean’s List Fall 2013 – Spring 2015, Spring 2016 , Brazil Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro • Semester abroad • GPA: 4.0, classes conducted exclusively in Portuguese

Expected May 2017

July – December 2015

Cleveland High School, Portland, OR • GPA: 4.0, rank: 1 of 359, Valedictorian • International Baccalaureate Programme, Received Diplomma

Class of 2013

RESEARCH AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCE Research Intern, Keck Graduate Institute, Claremont, CA April 2016 – Present Dr. Katerina Venderova, PharmD, PhD • Worked under Dr. Venderova in researching genetic components of Parkinson’s Disease • Developed skills in working with Drosophila melanogaster • Accepted to and participated in KGI Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Program (June – Aug. 2016) Hospital Volunteer, Citrus Valley Health Partners, West Covina, CA Sept. 2016 – Present • Accepted to COPE Health Scholar volunteer program • Assisted nurses and medical staff with hospital duties, including taking patient vitals • Rotated in Medical/Surgery Unit, Mother Baby Care Unit and Labor and Delivery floors • Interacted with patients in both English and Spanish Medical Shadowing, Clínica Pública de Salud, Cuenca, Ecuador • Observed medical procedures and diagnoses, including vaccinations and minor surgery • Assisted with medical examinations, preparation, and clinic administration • Participated in medical-related community events (birthing classes, nutrition advising) • Communicated with patients and medical staff exclusively in Spanish Student Resource Advocate, City of Hope Hospital, Pasadena, CA • Responsible for informing patients of hospital resources and services • Acted as liaison between patients and medical staff • Communicated with patients in both English and Spanish

June – July 2014

Sep. – Dec. 2014

EMPLOYMENT Products Manager, The Motley Coffee House, Claremont, CA Nov. 2015 – Dec. 2016 • Responsible for product and inventory duties for non-profit, student-run business • Designed interactive inventory system that integrates Excel and Java Script functions • Communicated with local and national vendors • Participated in management of a team of 50 student baristas Tutor, Organic Chemistry, Claremont, CA • Provided one-on-one tutoring for student in Organic Chemistry five days a week • Taught student through self-planned lectures and problem sessions

May 2016 – Present

SKILLS AND AWARDS • • • •

James E. Scripps Scholar, 2013 – Present (four-year merit-based scholarship for half tuition) Recipient: Betty Pickering James ’33 Scholarship (academic merit award) Language Proficiency: Advanced conversational and written Spanish and Portuguese, Intermediate conversational and written Mandarin Chinese Computer: Microsoft Excel, R, JavaScript (basic), Python (basic), Adobe InDesign


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Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA

Expected May 2017

Bachelor of Arts in Biology Japanese Minor Senior Thesis in Biology Yangon International School, Yangon, Myanmar

Fall 2016 August 2004-May2013

Experience Japanese Grader 

Fall 2015-present

Graded Pomona College’s Japanese1A/1B (beginning), 51A (intermediate), and 111A (advanced) students’ homework.

Japanese Students’ Organization of the Claremont Colleges (JSOCC) Officer

Fall 2014-present

Secretary: Took notes during officer meetings and helped organize upcoming events.

Newsletter Writer: Created a bi-monthly newsletter for the members about any upcoming events, fun facts about Japan, Japanese words, and current Japanese news. Fall 2014-Spring 2015

Scripps College Core 3: Language Culture and Teaching Clinic Teacher’s Assistant 

Fall 2012

Shadowed a doctor while she made rounds and observed the pharmacy.

Kyaw Thaung Care Intern at Yangon, Myanmar 

Helped create Kyaw Thaung Care’s website.

Translated a short documentary from Burmese to English and add subtitles.

Community Service Tutoring, Yangon, Myanmar 

Fall 2014

Talked to first year Asian/Asian American students, helped them adjust to college, and planned events.

Hospital Shadowing at Yangon, Myanmar 

Fall 2015

Tutored for the Keck Science introductory biology class, Bio43, once a week.

Asian American Sponsor Program (AASP) Sponsor 

Fall 2016

Served as a teacher’s assistant for Scripps College’s Language Culture and Teaching Clinic Core 3 program, where students created lesson plans and taught children at Chaparral Elementary School.

Biology Tutor 

Fall 2015-present

Tutored fifth grade students, averaging 6 per session, in English and Math.

Skills Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint Fluent Burmese and English, Advanced Japanese

June 2012-August 2012

September 2009 – May 2010


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EDUCATION: Scripps College, Claremont, CA. Bachelor of Arts: Linguistics. GPA: 3.7 University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan Study abroad with CET’s Intensive Arabic Language Program,

2013-2017 Spring 2016

EXPERIENCE: Program Assistant – Scripps College Office of Study Abroad and Global Education, Claremont, CA. 2014 – Present Responsible for greeting visitors, answering phones, responding to student questions about programs and applications, social media outreach, designing posters and flyers, planning events including fairs and discussions. PanLex Acquisition Intern – Long Now Foundation, Berkeley, CA. Summer 2016 Worked in the acquisition track of a project dedicated to creating a pan-lingual online dictionary. Helped acquire, evaluate, and catalogue lexical data for assimilation into the PanLex database. Conducted library and Internet research to find sources for more than 45 lesser-known languages. Cashier – Scripps College Student Store, Claremont, CA. Fall 2015 Responsible for customer service, ensuring customers were satisfied with their items, running the store when no other employees were available, stocking and organizing displays. Intern – Endangered Language Fund, New Haven, CT. Summer 2015 Digitized 18 years’ worth of archival materials, identified materials to be put on the organization’s website, copyedited publications, data entry, crosschecked and fact-checked information on file, helped brainstorm website improvements and social media outreach. Social Science Resource Writer – DemiDec Resources, Los Angeles, CA. Summer 2014 Wrote a 90-page study guide for the social science component of Academic Decathlon, conducted and synthesized research from a multitude of primary and secondary sources, met strict writing and editing deadlines.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT: ESL Tutor – 5C Refugee Advocacy Network, Claremont, CA. Participate in drop-in English as a Second Language tutoring for local refugees.

2016 – Present

AWARDS AND HONORS: • • •

Recipient of Scripps Internship Grant, Summer 2016 Dean’s List: 2013-2016 Scripps College Humanities Institute Junior Fellow, Fall 2016

SKILLS: • •

Computer - Mac and Windows proficiency, Microsoft Office, Adobe Suite, Wordpress, Audacity, Praat, Social Media, Digitizing tools Languages - Fluent in French, Proficient in Arabic (Advanced-Mid on ACTFL’s oral proficiency exam)


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INDUSTRY: Language/Culture EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont CA

Expected May 2017

Major in Interdisciplinary Studies in Culture, Minor in Italian • Cumulative GPA — 3.92 • Dean’s List 2013–2015

Brown University, Bologna, Italy — Semester Abroad, Jan-June 2016 WORK EXPERIENCE Facilitation Intern, StoryCenter, Berkeley CA

June-Aug 2016 • Taught the elements of filmmaking: use of image, editing, language/prose, sound & music, and personal voice. • Facilitated Digital Storytelling Workshops: Assisted participants with personal narrative script writing and video editing. Provided general hands-on technical and emotional support.

Project Manager, Undergraduate Virtual Reality Project, Scripps College, Claremont CA

Sept-Dec 2016 • Managed a team of 8 undergraduates, facilitating communication skills and creating efficiency. • Utilized online organizational platforms Asana, Slack, and Google Docs to outline tasks, progress, & team updates. • Developed research about new digital tools for presenting academic work.

Lead Instructor in Digital Music Production, Galileo Learning, Lafayette CA

June-July 2015 • Implemented curriculum for Arts and Sciences camp for middle school age. Created classroom community culture. • Refined skills for effective communication with staff, parents, and kids.

Assist. Summer Program Director, Brushstrokes Pottery Inc., Berkeley CA

June-Aug 2014 • Designed and developed curriculum for Summer arts program for ages 3-5. • Facilitated arts curriculum, kept campers engaged, multitasked. Was primary contact for parents during the week, learned to communicate effectively.

AWARDS & GRANTS

Ament Scholars Award Recipient, Scripps College

Academic Year 2015

• Selected by Humanities faculty as rising senior excelling in Humanities research

Mellon Undergraduate Research in the Humanities & Social Sciences Grant Recipient, Scripps College

June-Aug 2016 Developed research and inquiry skills through the process of interviews, field notes, and observations through Internship at • StoryCenter. • Explored the artistic processes through which individuals articulate, share, and re-define their own narratives; and the benefits of this media creation for participating communities.

SKILLS Languages: Conversational fluency in Italian Computer Skills: Premiere Pro • WeVideo • Digital Performer • Garageband • Mac and PC proficient Leadership: Collective Songwriting Workshop facilitation • Radio DJ at KSPC Claremont 88.7fm• Musical media campaign in support of Black Lives Matter. — References available upon request —


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Education___________________________________________ Scripps College – Claremont, CA

May 2017

Bachelor of Arts Economics and French Studies Dean’s List, Fall Semester 2013 Related Coursework: Econometrics, Behavioral Economics, Statistics, and Economic Development Senior Thesis: Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate and the Consequential Pricing of Provençal Wines

Experience__________________________________________ Abacus Planning Group – Intern – Columbia, SC • • • • • • • •

Maintained and reformatted documents within archival database containing financial records of clients Assisted in the revision and analysis of client financial plans, including communicating with clients for documents/information and updating plan information Worked directly with supervisors to understand firm’s unique service offering, client experience, and general office operations Received extensive training in the profiling of personal finance documents Facilitated bi-weekly presentations in front of co-workers on topics, such as retirement and health insurance Collaborated with full-time staff, maintaining open lines of communication to meet all associated deadlines on assigned projects Assisted with administrative tasks such as answering phones and greeting clients Orchestrated hour long team-building exercises for a group of 20 employees

Alliance Française de Denver – Intern – Denver, CO •

• • • • •

Summer 2016

Summer 2015

Created and maintained Facebook page (1,679 likes) and Twitter page (46 followers) for only French language, culture, and resource center in Colorado Secured in-kind donations for annual summer fundraising event, “Summer Soirée” Formatted and designed templates for Silent Auction bid items Completed data entry from previous years’ registration Improved organization of www.leguide.org, an online resource for French culture in Rocky Mountain region Assisted with administrative tasks such as answering phones and greeting students

Starbucks – Barista – Evergreen, CO

Summer 2015

Trained and became certified as barista • Collaborated with team of four baristas during 8-10 hour shifts • Received extensive training in inventory management, occupational safety, sales, and customer service skills • Reinforced operational policies and procedures for cash handling, security, facilities maintenance, and inventory management • Operated cash register

Camp Chateaugay – Piano Instructor, Musical Theater Assist, Counselor – Merrill, NY Summer 2014 • • •

Instructed approximately ten piano students per day, ranging in age from 8 to 14 Collaborated with Music Theater Director to coordinate 20-student ensemble for “Alice In Wonderland” and “Roger and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” Facilitated daily routines with camp attendees (age 6-9), such as morning wake up, walking to activities, meal times, and bed times

Skills_________________________________________________________ French – Language Proficiency: Advanced; obtained certification in Teaching English as a Foreign Language while studying at the American University Center of Provence in Aix-en-Provence during Spring 2016 semester Computer Skills – Microsoft Suite, Worldox, Salesforce, Squarespace, Bidding Owl


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INDUSTRY: Language/Culture EDUCATION: Scripps College, Claremont, California B.A., Hispanic Studies and Linguistics cum laude anticipated May 2017; GPA 3.86 Honors thesis: “Sintáctica sediciosa: El hipérbaton en los sonetos de Luis de Góngora” Universidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain, January - May 2016 Advanced university coursework in Philology (Syntax, Morphology, Literary Theory); GPA 3.75

AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS: • • • • •

Sarah Stauffer Francoeur ’38 Memorial Scholarship, Fall 2016; awarded for academic achievement in Romance languages Howard T. Young Prize in Hispanic Literature, “La voz desde el fanal: Romanticismo y la creación de la subjetividad femenina en ‘Último canto’ de Carolina Coronado”, Spring 2015 Sigma Delta Pi (National Hispanic Studies honor society), member since Spring 2015 Marie McSpadden Sands Writing Award, “Gender-Neutral Pronouns: Inclusive, Subversive, Progressive”, Fall 2013 Claremont Colleges Library Undergraduate Research Award, Honorable Mention, same as above paper, Spring 2014

EXPERIENCE: Language Lab consultant, Scripps Modern Languages Resource Center; September 2014 - May 2017 Provide drop-in tutoring services in Spanish grammar, conversation, and composition to fellow students; organize foreignlanguage film showings for various classes; assist individual students with supplementary language-learning software Dishwasher/Kitchen assistant, Pans on Fire, Pleasanton, CA; June - August 2016, December 2016 - January 2017 Washed dishes for children’s and adults’ cooking classes; assisted in kitchen prep and cleanup; trained new dishwashers Program support intern, National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR), Oakland, CA; May - August 2015 Identified relevant news stories and maintained website for Women and Global Migration Working Group; took minutes on conference calls; managed listservs; assisted with organizational and archiving projects Junior Fellow, Scripps College Humanities Institute; September - December 2014 Nominated to a selective program intended to foster critical discussion around the multifaceted theme of “Silence”; wrote short essays in response to weekly seminars, performances, and assigned texts; with other fellows, curated exhibition of rare library materials illustrating different forms of historical and political silences Student Teacher, Chaparral Elementary School, Claremont, CA; September - December 2014 Team-taught Spanish language and culture to fourth-graders while enrolled in Foreign Language and Culture Teaching Clinic; developed two lesson plans per week with teaching partner; prepared slideshows, games, and teaching aids in accordance with semester-long theme of Spanish festivals Editor, Literate Nation, San Francisco, CA; June 2012 - September 2013 Edited documents and restructured model literacy legislation for nonprofit organization advocating nationwide literacy; wrote chapter summaries for CEO-authored Blueprint for a Literate Nation and researched and organized facts for book appendix; wrote short essays synthesizing findings from academic articles with organization mission statement Bookstore employee, The Bookstore (closed), Pleasanton, CA; June 2010 - September 2012 Created book and merchandise displays; priced and shelved books; assisted customers and operated out cash register

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES: [in]Visible Magazine, Spring 2015 - present (writer, blogger, and copyeditor) Reproductive Justice Club, Scripps College; Fall 2013 - present (Secretary Fall 2013 to Spring 2014)

SKILLS: • • •

Fluent in Spanish, proficient in Japanese Video editing (Final Cut Pro X) Microsoft Office, Apple iWorks


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JESSICA P INDUSTRY: Language/Culture

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 Bachelor of Arts, Japanese Language and Literature  Relevant Courses: Advanced Japanese; Japanese and Japanese American Women Writers; Advanced Kanji; Time, Space, and Place in Kyoto; Marginality, Ethnicity, and Gender in Japan, Currents Readings in Japanese, Pre-Modern Japanese Lit Aesthetics Riverdale Country School, Bronx, NY

June 2012

The School for Ethics and Global Leadership, Washington, D.C. May 2011  Accepted to highly selective semester-long residential program for intellectually motivated high school juniors from across the USA EXPERIENCE Scripps College Teaching Assistant for Professor Thierry Boucquey, Claremont, CA Core Language Teaching Assistant for Chinese, Spanish & Japanese  Taught and led 10 – 15 minute segments each class regarding foreign language acquisition and culture  Held weekly office hours, clarifying and solidifying student knowledge in Chinese, Spanish, and Japanese  Graded and observed students every class in their proficiency of their respective foreign language

August 2016 - present

T.I.C. Restaurant Group, New York, New York June 2016 - August 2016 Business Development Intern  Translated commuter benefits from English to Japanese for 200 employees, providing them with the opportunity to enroll in commuter benefits  Collaborated with the President and Operations Manager to relay business strategies from Japanese to English  Trademarked logos for 5 restaurants with lawyers and the Operations Manager  Collected and organized 158 social media, print and digital articles, in Japanese or English about T.I.C’s restaurant’s  Adjusted and clarified menus for 14 restaurants with Graphic Designer for customers and online websites The Motley Coffeehouse, Claremont, CA April 2014 - present Head Barista  Created system to identify most popular drinks and efficiently allocate raw materials to increase profit for the shop  Invented 10+ new & creative drinks for the coffeehouse menu, 5 of which became Customer All-Time Favorites for 2 years in a row  Trained and led a group of 50+ baristas; assisted Owner with managing and recruiting all coffeehouse personnel  Received Outstanding Customer Service Award every year  Barista of the Month Award multiple times a year: Ran register; Prepared hot and cold coffee, lattes, and teas; Served food Bronxville Field Club, Bronxville, New York June 2015 - August 2015 Lifeguard/Swim Instructor  Coached 40+ nationally competitive students swimming techniques, resulting in my students earning 10 first place medals  Developed creative & effective swimming classes and lesson plans for students of all skill levels and ages Coop Fountain Grill at Pomona College, Claremont, CA August 2014 - December 2014 General Manager  Oversaw three shifts per week, supervised Coop workers on properly handling food, beverages, and providing satisfactory customer service; Counted the register at the beginning and end of shifts, and made cash deposits Civil Air Patrol: Amelia Earhart Cadet Squadron, Yonkers, New York January 2006 - August 2014 Rank: Cadet Executive Officer; Grade: Cadet Second Lieutenant (E3 in the US Air Force) ● Earned 10 promotions and second highest cadet staff position in the Auxiliary of the Air Force, a volunteer program training cadets ● Given recognition by Chief Master Sergeant Dean Roberts & the Mayor of Yonkers for outstanding service to the men and women of the 514th Security Forces Squadron ● Ran communication for various Search & Rescue Missions, including relief for Hurricane Sandy in 2012 for the North-East Region ● Taught Customs & Courtesies, Leadership and Aerospace Education in compliance with Civil Air Patrol and US Air Force Manuals LEADERSHIP/AWARDS  Little and Stuart Mackeown Memorial Scholarship (Merit Scholarship Award)  Sports: Competed in Junior Olympics and Summer Nationals in swimming; Nationally Rated (Top 60 in the USA) Swimmer at Apex Swimming Club; USA Swimming All-Academic Team; Starting Mid/Defense for Claremont College Field Hockey Team  Mentor of both Multi-Ethnic Racial Group Experiences (MERGE) and Chicana Latina Student Alliance (CLSA) Clubs  Campus Event Organizer for Claremont Colleges Contra Dance  Japanese Culture Club  Outdoor Women’s Leadership Club SKILLS  Technical: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Flash, iMovie; advanced Excel, Word, and PowerPoint  Language: Fluent in Japanese, Beginner Korean, Beginner Spanish


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Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA

2013- 2017

Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, Minor in Hispanic Studies

3.56 GPA, Dean’s List 2013-2015

Hamilton College Academic Year in Spain Study Abroad, Madrid, Spain 

January-May 2016

Studied Spanish Poetry, Sociology, Art History, and Grammar at Madrid’s Instituto Internacional, Hamilton College’s Study Abroad Center.

Experience Editor-in-Chief, The Scripps Voice, Claremont, CA

September 2016-current

Led student staff of 20+ to plan, assign, and design articles for the student-run bimonthly campus newspaper.

Initiated environmentally responsible printing practices by reducing paper waste.

Copy Editor, The Scripps Voice, Claremont, CA 

September 2014-January 2016

Edited 10-12 news articles written by student journalists weekly; focusing on grammar, spelling, coherence, and adherence to American Press (AP) journalistic style.

Special Collections Assistant, Denison Library, Claremont, CA 

Archived special collections, utilized specialized cataloging software, provided research assistance to patrons, filed publications, helped organize events for patrons, and assisted in preservation of rare books.

Spanish Counselor, OpenMinds Learn Best Camp, San Diego, CA 

September 2013-current

May-August 2014

Taught Spanish during the academic year in a classroom of first- and second-graders, completing lesson plans, organizing educational activities and songs, and supervising the classroom.

Research Intern, Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, Iowa City, IA

July-August 2015

Archived mixed media works, reorganized archival files, and provided research assistance to professors.

Assisted with office administrative tasks such as answering phones and updated online presence such as mailing lists and transcription services accounts.

Skills Language: Fluent in reading, writing, and speaking Spanish Media: Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook proficient in InDesign, proficient in social media (WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr)


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SCRIPPS COLLEGE, CLAREMONT, CA

DUAL BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS & POLITICS/FRENCH STUDIES, MAY 2017  Fall 2015 semester at Sorbonne Nouvelle University (Paris III) in Paris, France

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE NEIGHBORHOOD LEGAL SERVICES, LEGAL INTERN | POMONA, CA | AUG 2016 – PRESENT  Assisted self-represented low-income litigants in completing necessary court documents in family law areas

such as divorce, parental rights, child custody and visitation, divorce and paternity responses and judgments, as well as Unlawful Detainer actions; explained court orders to understand judicial process

CABINET CASTELLANE AVOCATS LEGAL INTERN | PARIS, FRANCE | FALL 2015, SUMMER 2016  Analyzed and assisted in making conclusions on arbitration and legal cases in French and English at international business law firm  Collaborated with International Chamber of Commerce; aided in organization of arbitration hearing and drafting of an arbitral award; drafted right to responses, official correspondences to lawyers, parties, and judges, various transcriptions, English-French translations PRINCESS CRUISES HR COMMUNICATIONS INTERN | SANTA CLARITA, CA | JUNE 2015 – AUGUST 2015  Constructed Holland America Group intranet and Princess eNewsletter to consolidate information for all HA Group brands’ employees (Holland America Line, Princess, Seabourn)  Organized and improved efficacy of WeInnovate, a crowdsourcing platform created in order to allow employees to provide cross-department suggestions to improve the company SCRIPPS COLLEGE COMMUNICATIONS INTERN | CLAREMONT, CA | OCTOBER 2013 –

PRESENT

 Worked in the Dean of Students office to assist Deans of Residential Life and Academic Resources and

Services, and Vice President of Student Affairs, and liaise student/faculty correspondence

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

C L A R E M O N T C O L L E G E S S T U D E N T S F O R M E N T A L W E L L N E S S (5C SMW)

EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER | CLAREMONT, CA | FEBRUARY 2016 – PRESENT  Worked towards emphasizing mental health care in minority and marginalized communities by promoting

discourse and partnering with the Claremont Colleges students and administration and mental health experts

MODERN LANGUAGE RESOURCE CENTER TUTOR | CLAREMONT, CA | AUG 2016 – PRESENT

 Provided effective tutoring services to students in French classes through assistance with test preparation,

essays, grammar and conversation.  Encouraged critical thinking and taught how to self-correct and revise compositions

S C R I P P S A S S O C I A T E D S T U D E NT S S E C R E T A R Y | C L A R E M O N T , C A | S E P T 2 0 1 4 —M A Y 2 0 1 5  Acted a liaison between SAS, the administration, and student body while communicating with the Board of Trustees; kept minutes for Executive/Programming Board meetings, managed social media and SAS website SCRIPPS COLLEGE MOCK TRIAL CAPTAIN /ATTORNEY | CLAREMONT, CA | SEPT 2013 – MAY 2015

 2015 All-Regional Attorney award awarded by American Mock Trial Association; 2014 American Mock Trial

Association Claremont Regional Championship Winner; 8th place at National Championship qualifier

 Managed team of 12 people by organizing lessons, weekly practices, preparing and editing direct/cross-

examinations and closing arguments for tournaments

SCRIPPS COLLEGE NEW STUDENT PROGRAM PEER MENTOR | CLAREMONT, CA | SEPT 2014 —MAY 2015  Assisted first-year students in acclimating by programming events and connecting them with school resources;

participated in complex problem-solving and solution-based intervention

ADDITIONAL SKILLS  Fluent and professionally proficient (speaking, reading and writing) in French with excellent interpersonal, verbal, written communication skills and public speaking skills  Exceptional Windows/Mac OS X, Microsoft Office, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Adobe InDesign, social media programs


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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Legal Studies Expected May 2017 Related Coursework: Intro to Digital Art, Research Design, Psychology Statistics, Psychology and Law Awarded Presidential Scripps College Scholarship for strong academic performance Queen Mary University of London, London, UK Fall 2016

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Teach For America, Campus Campaign Coordinator, Los Angeles, CA August 2016- Present • Partner with campus recruitment manager to build awareness for educational inequity on campus; reach out to top students to apply for the program • Source and recruit top candidates via LinkedIn and Salesforce • Plan and execute info session events by partnering with other campus organizations • Target specific applicants via creative copy and social media posts May 2016- August 2016 Lettuce Entertain You Restaurants, Marketing/ Gift Card Intern, Chicago, IL • Gift Card customer service via phone and email and assisted guests with a variety of needs • Worked alongside Marketing and Advertising Coordinator on largest direct mail project of the year • Contributed copy to several restaurants’ event pages and emails • Created and monitored an Excel spreadsheet to track social media posts about restaurant promotions • Contributed content to an article featured in an online newsletter February 2015- May 2015 Murmur App/ Startup, Client Service Specialist, Based in San Francisco, CA • Provided app users with personalized text-based restaurant recommendations • Researched high quality and trendy restaurants for app users • Communicated with team members via Slack to constantly improve quality of the app

STUDENT LEADERSHIP Scripps Associated Students, Elected Student Union Chair, Claremont, CA May 2016- Present • Propose, plan and lead entire renovation of the student union • Present proposals via Powerpoint about design and concept of space on a weekly basis • Work directly with Scripps Facilities Department and interior designer • Voting member on student government executive board Scripps College Mock Trial, Captain and Attorney, Claremont, CA September 2013- May 2015 • Engage in trial simulations and competitions with teams from other universities • Captain of 16 member team and led bi-weekly meetings • Placed 3rd at regional AAMTI competition in Berkeley, California, November 8-9, 2014 Claremont Colleges Against Cancer, Publicity Coordinator, Claremont, CA September 2014- May 2015 • Promoted and designed campus wide campaigns for Relay for Life via social media and print advertising • Developed “Pinkathon” brand to promote Breast Cancer Awareness 5K campaign • Managed social account and expanded Facebook post audience to 7,500 users

SKILLS Computer: Proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint) social media outlets (Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram), PowerPoint, exceptional writing and editing skills, attention to detail


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Education

Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Latin American Studies and Chicano/Latino Studies • Senior Thesis: Neoliberalism and Mexican Education Reform • Dean’s List- Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2016 Fall 2015 SIT Nicaragua: “Youth Culture, Literacy, and Media,” Managua, Nicaragua • Independent Research Project: Sociocultural Effects of Infrastructure Development in San Carlos

Experience Scripps College Writing Center, Claremont, CA September 2014-Present Peer Writing Tutor • Support and engage with Scripps students to assist during all stages of the writing process • Help to analyze and synthesize information from various sources into organized, cohesive arguments • Ongoing one-on-one writing tutoring with English language learners Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault, Claremont, CA September 2013-Present Support Advocate • Helped organize and launch a 12 hour-a-day hotline providing crisis support and information for survivors of sexual assault at the Claremont Colleges • Monitor the hotline 3 to 6 nights per month on-call to support and guide survivors in high stress situations • Train for over 50 cumulative hours on listening skills, legal procedures, and crisis intervention [in]Visible Magazine, Claremont, CA September 2013-May 2016 Editor-in-Chief, Writing Director • Led and coordinated weekly group meetings to produce semesterly publication about gender issues • Promoted magazine development, involvement/recruitment, and readership through managing social media pages, including Facebook and WordPress, fostering campus presence • Managed magazine budget of $2900, including allocation for events and publishing costs • Copy editing, oversaw writing processes of writers, and helped them to develop and revise their articles Asylum Access, Oakland, CA Summer 2015 Executive Intern • Conducted and analyzed research on international issues and media pertaining to refugees and drafted preliminary op-eds to educate on issues such as refugee work rights and the European migration crisis • Provided administrative support to the Executive Director of a nonprofit organization providing legal advocacy to refugees in Asia, Africa, and Latin America • Investigated and strategized avenues for potential funding opportunities, increasing media visibility, and collaboration opportunities for the nonprofit, prepared official reports Metta Center for Nonviolence Education, Petaluma, CA Summer 2014, 2015 Communications Intern • Assisted with management and educational mediums of a small local nonprofit designed to provide education to the public about nonviolence • Copy-edited issues of Emergence, a monthly publication produced by the nonprofit organization • Drafted educational E-books based on various speeches given by the Executive Director

Skills

Languages: Advanced Spanish Computer Programs: Microsoft Office, Salesforce, SPSS, Social Media Programming Languages: JavaScript, HTML/CSS


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INDUSTRY: Law Education: Scripps College, May 2017 GPA: 3.79 Major: American Studies with concentration in Government Minor: Hispanic Studies Recipient of Hillary Rodham Clinton Scholarship for Leadership Work Experience: College Essay Tutor, Private family, Diamond Bar, CA 10/2016-Present • Edited and formatted college application essays for a high school senior. Nanny, Private family, Claremont, CA 09/2013-Present • Picked up children every weekday from school and played with them until their parents returned from work. Social Media Intern, Washington D.C. 06/2015-07/2015 National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty through the Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism • Managed the Twitter account for the “90 Million Strong” Campaign by regularly tweeting articles pertaining to the death penalty. • Wrote news releases and articles about the death penalty. •Analyzed and summarized the Glossip v. Gross Supreme Court case. Camp Counselor, Camp Alonim, Simi Valley, CA 06/2014-07/2014 • Cared for a bunk of a dozen ten-year old girls. • Planned and ran fun and educational activities. Leadership and Social Service Experience: Co-President, Claremont Colleges Hillel, Claremont, CA 09/2016-12/2016 • Organized weekly Shabbat dinners and other religious and social events regularly attended by over 60 students. • Created agendas and led student board meetings. English Tutor, Apoyo Escolar, Buenos Aires, Argentina 04/20107/2015 Instructor, Prison Education Project, Chino Hills and Norco, CA 10/2014-05/2015 • Prepared weekly lesson plans and taught incarcerated individuals • Encouraged inmates to pursue education after their release and provided them with information regarding college and career possibilities First Year Students at Hillel Chair, Claremont, CA 09/2015-12/2015 • Organized social events for first year students to welcome them to the Claremont Hillel community. Social Activities Chair for Hillel, Claremont, CA 01/2015-05/2015 Vice President Progressive Claremont Israel Alliance, Claremont, CA 12/2014-05/2015 Staff Writer for The Scripps Voice, Claremont, CA 01/2014-12/2015 Hall Senator, Claremont, CA 09/2013-05/2014 • Planned social events for the students living in my dorm. Skills • Advanced Spanish speaking and writing • Social Media (Twitter, Facebook)


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Education: Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 B.A. in Classics, Senior Thesis: The Role of the Sicilian Expedition in the Decline of the Athenian Empire Dean’s Honor List: Fall 2013-14, Spring 2014-16 | Cumulative GPA: 3.75 Dikemes, College Year in Athens, Athens, Greece Fall 2015-Spring 2016 Experience: Ken Fulk Inc., San Francisco, CA May 2016-August 2016 Summer Intern • Assisted Head Designers and Assistant Designers with contacting suppliers, organizing Room Boards, event planning and preparation • Created a Style Guide to maintain consistent branding for the Harrison Apartment Building • Re-organized sample storage closets • Created an office map for Designers with AutoCAD May 2016 – August 2016 Eleanor Harwood Gallery, Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco, CA Summer Intern • Organized and updated website development throughout and after the transfer to a new platform • Maintained social media presence on Facebook and Twitter • Corresponded with clients and potential buyers on behalf of artists • Set up and deconstructed the gallery for various shows Scripps College Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault, Claremont, CA Fall 2013 – Present Co-Coordinator Present Co-Programming Team Lead Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 • Developed and executed an on-campus warm-line for survivors of sexual assault, Inter-Personal Violence (IPV), Domestic Violence (DV), and stalking • Lead and facilitated weekly meetings • Planned and helped instructed in 40 hour training for the new Advocates • Designed and implemented relevant workshops and events each year and collaborated with other groups on campus and college administrators on events like Take Back the Night, Know Your (Title) IX, How to Support a Survivor 101, and more Temporary Positions at Fitbit through Premier Staffing, San Francisco, CA Packaging Temp • Assembled gift boxes from Fitbit for their clients • Organized the distribution of beta devices for clients

June 2015

Fall 2014 – May 2015 New Student Program, Scripps College, Claremont, CA Team Leader • Mentored a group of incoming first years; oversaw and managed a group of mentors and their mentees • Participated in a 1.5 week long intensive training on IPV, DV, stalking, supporting students, helping students communicate with professors, establishing rapport with different administrative offices • Designed and executed 6 dorm-wide and campus-wide events • Met weekly with the Co-Coordinators to report on the mentors and mentees; planned and held monthly meetings with mentors; had weekly check-ins with mentors and mentees Skills: • Proficient in Photoshop, InDesign, SPSS, Microsoft Office, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram • Language: Spanish (10 years), Basic Modern Greek, Ancient Greek (2 years)


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INDUSTRY: Law

Education Scripps College – Claremont, CA Expected 5/2017 Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Legal Studies, minor in Japanese • Related Coursework: Forensic Psychology, Social Psychology, and Clinical Neuropsychology • Thesis: Why did they shoot? The power of media with Attribution Theory International Christian University – Tokyo, Japan Summer 2016 Intensive Japanese language study abroad program

Experience Student Driver, Scripps College Academy - Scripps College, Claremont, CA 8/2014 - Present • Assist in the transportation of high school students to Scripps College for a pre-college program • Support high school students in the development towards college Nancy Glanville Music Library Assistant - Scripps College, Claremont, CA 1/2016 – Present • Monitor and organize the music library • Oversee and supervise music performances Language Clinic Teacher’s Assistant - Scripps College, Claremont, CA 9/2016 – 12/2016 • Instructed and educated college students on how to teach elementary school students a foreign language • Assisted professor in grading and overseeing the college students as they taught elementary school students Close Relationships Psych Lab = Scripps College, Claremont, CA 9/2015 – 5/2016 • Interviewed participants, collected data, and coded their responses Japanese Language Grader - Pomona College, Claremont, CA 8/2015 – 5/2016 • Assisted professor with grading homework Language Clinic Teacher - Scripps College, Claremont, CA 8/2014 – 12/2014 • Educated and taught elementary school students about the Japanese language and culture

Leadership Psi Chi Honors Society Club 8/2014 – Present President (2016 – Present) • Organize meetings to further enhance the interest and knowledge revolving around psych to other students • Scheduled and organized a guest psych speaker to talk at the Claremont Colleges Japanese Student Organization of the Claremont Colleges 8/2013 - Present Social Media Chair (Spring 2016), Treasurer (Fall 2016), President (Spring 2017) Babes &Blankets Knitting Club 8/2013 - Present Treasurer (2013-2014), Secretary (2014-2015), Vice President (Fall 2015), Co-President (Spring 2016) • Implemented changes in communication to improve club membership by 500% AASP (Asian American Sponsor Program) 8/2013 – 5/2016 Peer mentor (2014-2016) • Supported and organized AAPI events for younger college students to help adjust to college

Skills Proficient in Japanese, Microsoft Office suite, Psych statistics – SPSS, Psych research methods

Honors and Scholarships Deans List, Scripps College Psi Chi Honors Society Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Bixby Scholarship

Fall 2013, Spring 2015 - Present August 2016 – Present August 2015 – Present


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INDUSTRY: Law EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Legal Studies major and Sociology minor, Current GPA: 3.65. Bachelor of Arts degree anticipated Fall 2016. • Dean’s List - Fall 2013, Fall 2014 - Spring 2016. University of Sussex, Brighton, United Kingdom • Law and Sociology, Fall 2015 Study Abroad. o Sussex University Fencing Club, Women’s 2nd Team.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY District Office Intern, Office of Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez June 2016 to August 2016 Los Angeles, California • Assisted staff Field Representatives with managing the casework needs and input of constituents using the Legislative Constituent Management System and providing administrative support. • Conducted research on pending bills and state policies on behalf of staff to assist them in better engaging with the various communities and organizations within the 51st Assembly District.

Leadership Academy Intern, Center for Asian Americans United for Self-Empowerment June 2016 to August 2016 Los Angeles, California • Participant in a 9-week professional development program for students who are interested in exploring a career in public service to gain firsthand experience in politics through community organizing, constituent services, community relations, legislative research, etc. • Collaborated with fellow interns to develop a public service announcement video campaign to mobilize Asian American and Pacific Islander youth to vote in the upcoming election. Building Manager, Sallie Tiernan Field House Scripps College, Claremont, California June 2014 to May 2016 • Supervised a team of customer services associates, lifeguards, and fitness instructors. • Managed onsite facility and customer problems, conflicts and issues regarding accessibility and policy as a student leader to optimize its delivery of health, fitness and wellness services.

Digital Intern, New Partners Consulting, Inc. June 2015 to August 2015 Washington, D.C. • Developed tools tracking digital publications’ impressions for progressive political consulting firm. • Learned campaign design principles and methodologies, assisted staff with social media and websites, drafting email blasts, reports, and web content as well as providing administrative support.

Taiwanese American Citizens’ League – Political Internship Program June 2015 to August 2015 Washington, D.C. • Participated in an 8-week program in Washington D.C. which included a full-time internship, various workshops on leadership, identity, policy, and networking as well as a group advocacy project on an issue important to the Taiwanese American and Asian American and Pacific Islander communities as a whole. • Conducted independent research with fellow interns and visited various congressional offices on Capitol Hill to advocate for legislation to increase mental health services in schools.

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES Mock Trial B Team, C Team Captain, Media Relations September 2013 to May 2015 Scripps College, Claremont, California • Analyzed evidence in to develop arguments for defense/prosecution/plaintiff in a mock trial case. • Played character and expert witness and attorney role in multiple national college tournaments. • Coordinated the creation of the team’s website using a Weebly platform and managed the team’s social media presence.


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INDUSTRY: Law EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont CA Expected May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy Analysis (in partnership with Pomona College), minor in Hispanic Studies Dean’s List: Fall 2015, Spring 2016 EXPERIENCE • •

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Public Counsel Legal Intern, Los Angeles, CA

Coordinate and work on outreach and intake for clients seeking asylum, in Immigration Rights Project division at the largest pro bono law firm in the nation Conduct intakes in Spanish with Spanish speaking populations; interview asylum seekers from the Middle East, and Africa

August 2016-present

U.S. Department of State Intern, Washington, D.C. Familiarized with foreign policy, education policy, and public-private partnerships, especially pertaining to youth issues Supported Program Officers with projects in youth programs such as the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES), Ben Franklin Fellows, and Emerging Young Leaders Promoted outreach for programs in regards to inclusivity of different marginalized populations

May-August 2016

Congressman Rick Larsen Intern, Bellingham, WA Served as first point of contact, fielding phone calls, and welcoming constituents Analyzed data, and contributed to research in order to support staff with projects on a variety of topics including human trafficking, agricultural exports, and education

May-August 2014

North Pacific Seafood Employee, Naknek, AK Strengthened ability to adapt to different work environments and broadened understanding of cultural differences Worked 16-hour shifts, 7 days a week for entirety of salmon season

June-July 2014

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Scripps Board of Trustees Student Representative, Claremont, CA Facilitate communication between students and trustees Organize events to understand and tend to issues pertaining to the entire student body Voting member of Education Policy committee for 2016-2017 Academic Year

July 2016-present

Scripps Associated Students Co-President of Class of 2017, Claremont, CA Organize and publicize many campus events and increased transparency between administration and students Reelected for second term to represent the class by relaying student opinion on relevant campus issues to the administration Manage and operate a budget of over $10,000 for senior class programming Scripps Student Investment Fund, Claremont, CA Collaborate with other members to maintain and update Scripps stock portfolio with over $270,000 in assets Research and pitch potential equity investments along with market neutral strategies and hedging Scripps Mock Trial, Claremont, CA Evaluated case material to craft and convey central argument in competitions Actively contributed to over 10 inter-college competitions

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January 2015-present

September 2014- May 2016

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Language Proficiency: Full business proficiency and written Spanish (Study abroad in Madrid, Spain in Fall 2015)


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INDUSTRY: Law EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Politics, Minor in History Cum Laude, Honors in Major GPA: 11.34 on 12-point scale, (3.78 equivalent) Humanities Institute Junior Fellow, Fall 2013, Summer 2014 recipient of Gabrielle Giffords ’93 Internship in Public Service Grant Sayre High School, Lexington, KY Graduated with High Honors

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May 2012

EXPERIENCE El Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte de España, Language and Culture Assistant Oviedo, Asturias, Spain • Prepare and present lessons on American culture and English for 4th-6th grade students September 2016 - May 2017 Mayor’s Office, Mayor’s Fellow Lexington, KY • Wrote and presented recommendations to the city for minimum wage enforcement May - July 2016 • Presented information on economic inequality, intelligent infrastructure, and fiber internet expansion policy • Updated existing data comparing university cities and collected new data on family sustaining incomes Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA), Student Volunteer Los Angeles, CA • Canvassed community with information on immigration and lead paint exposure January - May 2016 • Worked with a team to create a GIS map of affordable housing and public transit to support Proposition JJJ National Women’s Law Center, Family Economic Security and Education and Employment Outreach Intern Washington, D.C. • Created content for Facebook and Twitter June - July 2015 • Researched and published three blogs and a policy memo on topics including education and labor policy Jumpstart, Corps Member Claremont, California • Prepared children for Kindergarten in a preschool serving low-income families September 2014 - May 2015 • Worked as a team of five in a class of fifteen children six hours a week • Attended trainings on early childhood education and social justice National Organization for Women (NOW), Field Organizing Intern Washington, D.C. • Maintained member and chapter database, trained other interns on database June - August 2014 • Created voting rights action kit distributed to more than 300 chapters • Worked independently and in groups to create chapter resources Queer Resource Center, Queer, Questioning, and Allied Mentor Program Mentor Claremont, California • Mentored queer, questioning, and allied college students August 2013 - May 2017 • Organized community events • Received training on privilege, domestic violence, sexual assault, disabilities, and substance abuse Motley Coffee Shop Claremont, California Barista August 2012 - May 2017 • Barista at a non-profit, feminist, student-run coffee shop • Worked with a team of four to create a proposal to re-center the Motley’s political mission; this proposal was approved and is in the process of being implemented Barista Lead January - December 2015 • Elected by barista team to serve as Barista Lead • Trained and served as resource for baristas, completed barista evaluations Pride Community Services Organization of Central Kentucky (Formally GLSO) Lexington, Kentucky Pride Festival Activities Committee Co-Chair October 2011 - June 2012 • Planned activities for 2012 Lexington Pride Festival, which serves all of Central Kentucky and draws thousands of attendees • Supervised activities and volunteers at Pride Festival Intern April - May 2012 • Assisted in redesigning PCSO Library • Organized data for grant report SKILLS Computer: Microsoft Office and Outlook, Social Media, Google Drive, Research, GIS Language: Spanish (proficient)


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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont CA Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, Economics Minor and Politics Concentration • Cumulative GPA: 3.96, Dean’s List Fall 2013 – Present • James E. Scripps Scholar (four-year merit scholarship for half tuition)

May 2017

SIT: Regional Integration, Development, and Social Change, Buenos Aires Argentina August – December 2015 • Classes held entirely in Spanish • Conducted month-long independent research project in Spanish titled, Theory and Practice: Problem-Posing Education and Counterhegemonic Struggle in the Germán Abdala and Sergio Karakachoff Popular High Schools

KEY EXPERIENCE AND LEADERSHIP Career Consultant, Career Planning and Resources, Scripps College August 2016 – Present • Help students navigate job and internship searches and provide assistance with writing resumes and cover letters • Assist with on-campus recruiting and alumnae programs Organizing Intern, Street Vendor Project (Urban Justice Center) June – August 2016 New York, NY • Conducted outreach with 200+ vendors across New York City, expanding membership base to record numbers • Collaborated with organizers and vendors to plan meetings, actions, and protests • Helped lead meetings between vendors, New York City Council members, and police precinct leadership • Created bilingual flyers and other promotional material, mobilized vendors via 100+ phone calls weekly Internship with Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (through course at Scripps) Los Angeles, CA • Conducted door-to-door outreach in the Koreatown community in English and Spanish • Assisted with weekly childcare for ESL classes

January – May 2016

Senior Summer Camp Counselor, Camp Ramah in Wisconsin June – August 2015 Conover, WI • Responsible for welfare and positive impact on the lives of 28 campers aged 15 - 16 • Collaborated with age group director, professional social workers, and senior staff to ensure camper success • Planned and coordinated summer-long Counselor in Training program for 55 participants in addition to daily programming Campus Activities Chair, Scripps Associated Students (SAS) May 2014 – May 2015 • Organized weekly snack for Scripps students as well as 4 large events, including a holiday dinner for over 350 attendees • Independently managed $10,000 budget Peer Mentor, New Student Program, Scripps College August 2014 – May 2015 • Assisted 8 First-Year mentees in adjusting to Scripps through event planning and relationship building Caller, Phonathon, The Scripps Fund, Scripps College • Served as first point of contact for many alumnae and parents via 200 phone calls per week • Raised more than $14,000 for The Scripps Fund • Rookie Caller of the Year 2013 – 2014

September 2013 – April 2015

Senior Cabin Counselor and Inclusion Counselor June – August 2014 Camp Ramah in Wisconsin, Conover WI • Ensured success of 20 campers (10 per session) aged 10 - 11 • Consulted with Inclusion Program director and professional social workers to lead co-counselors in accommodating a mentally disabled camper in social interaction and personal care • Led a team of 4 co-counselors and worked daily with staff of thirty to plan and run daily educational and active programming Vice President of Student Affairs Search Committee Student Member, Scripps College January – May 2014 • One of two students to participate in candidate selection and interviews along with faculty, trustees, and senior administrators

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, AND SKILLS Advanced Spanish Proficiency (reading, writing, speaking), translation experience High level of competency in using Microsoft Office; Excel and STATA economic data analysis experience


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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Legal Studies Expected May 2017 Related Coursework: Intro to Digital Art, Research Design, Psychology Statistics, Psychology and Law Awarded Presidential Scripps College Scholarship for strong academic performance Queen Mary University of London, London, UK Fall 2016

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Teach For America, Campus Campaign Coordinator, Los Angeles, CA August 2016- Present • Partner with campus recruitment manager to build awareness for educational inequity on campus; reach out to top students to apply for the program • Source and recruit top candidates via LinkedIn and Salesforce • Plan and execute info session events by partnering with other campus organizations • Target specific applicants via creative copy and social media posts May 2016- August 2016 Lettuce Entertain You Restaurants, Marketing/ Gift Card Intern, Chicago, IL • Gift Card customer service via phone and email and assisted guests with a variety of needs • Worked alongside Marketing and Advertising Coordinator on largest direct mail project of the year • Contributed copy to several restaurants’ event pages and emails • Created and monitored an Excel spreadsheet to track social media posts about restaurant promotions • Contributed content to an article featured in an online newsletter February 2015- May 2015 Murmur App/ Startup, Client Service Specialist, Based in San Francisco, CA • Provided app users with personalized text-based restaurant recommendations • Researched high quality and trendy restaurants for app users • Communicated with team members via Slack to constantly improve quality of the app

STUDENT LEADERSHIP Scripps Associated Students, Elected Student Union Chair, Claremont, CA May 2016- Present • Propose, plan and lead entire renovation of the student union • Present proposals via Powerpoint about design and concept of space on a weekly basis • Work directly with Scripps Facilities Department and interior designer • Voting member on student government executive board Scripps College Mock Trial, Captain and Attorney, Claremont, CA September 2013- May 2015 • Engage in trial simulations and competitions with teams from other universities • Captain of 16 member team and led bi-weekly meetings • Placed 3rd at regional AAMTI competition in Berkeley, California, November 8-9, 2014 Claremont Colleges Against Cancer, Publicity Coordinator, Claremont, CA September 2014- May 2015 • Promoted and designed campus wide campaigns for Relay for Life via social media and print advertising • Developed “Pinkathon” brand to promote Breast Cancer Awareness 5K campaign • Managed social account and expanded Facebook post audience to 7,500 users

SKILLS Computer: Proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint) social media outlets (Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram), PowerPoint, exceptional writing and editing skills, attention to detail


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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology • Dean’s list • President and Founder, Board Game Club ▪ Teacher, Science Bus Club ▪ Captain, Quidditch Club ▪ Training Lead, Scripps Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault

EXPERIENCE Girl Scouts of Western Washington, Carnation, WA Summers 2013, 2014, 2016 Unit Counselor and Specialist • Taught leadership and led counselor team debriefings to improve group performance • Coordinated with co-counselors to create new activities and projects • Awarded Specialist of the Week for outstanding performance June 2015 – August 2015 Oracle Corporation, Redwood Shores, CA Marketing Intern • Developed and piloted a video editing training program with potential savings of $100,000+ a year • Audited content of marketing properties, finding $500,000+ of undocumented assets • Interviewed internal employees from entry level to VP to develop a persona on field marketers Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2014 – May 2015 Phonathon Fundraiser • Persuaded a diverse group of potential donors to contribute to Scripps College • Developed high-quality relationships with alumnae and parents • Awarded Caller of the Week for fundraising excellence March 2009 – June 2013 Bellevue West Little League, Bellevue, WA Plate Umpire and Field Umpire • Made impartial judgment calls and partnered with other umpires to agree on difficult decisions • Ensured that coaches, players, and parents followed Little League code of conduct Little League Softball Coach (Volunteer, 2012-2013) • Formulated practice plans, led team practices, and taught fundamental softball skills • Determined player positions and batting orders for games Bellevue School District, Bellevue, WA 4th Grade Teacher’s Assistant (2012) • Created lesson plans and led projects and activities • Assisted students in overcoming struggles with course material

Summers 2010, 2011, 2012

2nd and 3rd Grade Teacher’s Aide (Volunteer, 2010-2011) • Assisted teachers in creating lesson plans and handled conflicts during free periods Girl Scouts of Western Washington, Carnation, WA Counselor-In-Training / Intern • Learned leadership skills and applied them to challenging situations • Collaborated with other counselors-in-training to resolve group conflicts • Led games, activities, and large group events for 100+ campers

Summers 2010, 2011, 2012

TECHNICAL SKILLS Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher ▪ Adobe Photoshop, Premier ▪ Final Cut Pro


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Scripps College  B.A. in Digital Media Studies (GPA: 3.6/4.0; Thesis with Honors) Horace Mann High School  Academic honors in Psychology and History

Claremont, CA 2013-2017 New York, NY 2009-2013

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Logic & Grace – a 5-person digital communications consultancy, specializing in brand strategy New York, NY Freelance Content Strategist September 2016 – November 2016  Designed social media content to align with overarching brand strategy − Managed a weekly content calendar for 5 client’s social media channels (blog, IG, FB, Twitter, Pinterest) − Tracked performance with social media analytics tools and consolidated findings into weekly client reports  Expanded e-commerce platforms through content adjustments, SEO, backend optimization June 2016 – August 2016 Summer Intern  Planned, sketched and successfully launched 3 e-commerce sites, with a focus on design cohesion across channels − Researched client business models and benchmarked performance against data on industry best practices − Interviewed clients to understand how unique values could be integrated into their brand identity  Created brand identity pitches for potential new clients through competitive analysis (successfully sourced 2 clients) ZADY - an 8-person e-commerce marketplace dedicated to sustainable fashion New York, NY Summer Intern July 2015 – August 2015  Sourced, vetted and selected promoted external brands on the Zady e-commerce marketplace − Registered 3 new brands to the Zady website each week by crafting compelling brand stories, enticing product descriptions and pairing selected brands with product content − Utilized Zady’s proprietary content management system to manage brand content  Managed all social media channels (Instagram and Facebook) to promote Zady’s business objectives − Designed a unique social media strategy centered on customer experience and brand education − Spearheaded an independent data mining project to analyze customer demographics and inform marketing  Hypothesized emerging market trends as an assistant to the lead buyer to inform product selection for 2016 S/S − Attended trade shows as an understudy to learn the mechanics and risks of product selection  Independently authored a research guide to promote Zady’s mission for a new standard in sustainable fashion − Detailed environmental and social costs of production and distribution in the “fast fashion” industry − Distributed the guide to college organizations and professors; one of whom included it in her course content Teachers College, Columbia University – Global Mental Health Lab New York, NY Psychology Research Intern for Dr. Helen Verdeli May 2015 – June 2015  Researched existing literature and manuals for the treatment of interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) in veterans − Prioritized select in-scope techniques for a global IPT manual sponsored by the World Health Organization

LEADERSHIP & VOLUNTEERING Scripps Voice Claremont, CA Fashion Columnist (previously Staff Writer) September 2014 – 2016  Wrote a bi-weekly column in the Scripps student paper that addresses sustainable fashion habits on campus Alok Memorial Nursery School Jaipur, India Program Consultant and Board Member August 2012 – Present  Transformed a tutoring program into a registered, for-profit nursery school with 13 teachers and 120+ students

SKILLS & INTERESTS Skills: Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Photoshop CS6, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe AfterEffects (Beginner), Python (Beginner), Ruby (Beginner), Sketch, Squarespace, Google Analytics, Facebook Analytics, Instagram Analytics, Twitter Analytics Languages: Intermediate Italian; Interests: E-commerce, Branding, Sustainable Design, Boxing, Travel


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Education Scripps College – Claremont, CA Est. Graduation: May 2017

BA in English Cumulative GPA: 3.76 Academic Interests: Relationship Management, Music, Fashion, Creative Writing, Creative Direction & Strategy, Africana Studies, and Education Reform

Experience

Hearst Magazines: Cosmopolitan & Seventeen / Beauty Intern Summer 2016 •

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Windows Mac Microsoft Office Writing Editing WordPress Presentation Design Social Media Adobe Creative Suite

Conducted market research, transcribed interviews, and compiled both products and press for upcoming stories Selected among three other interns to assist on Photoshoots with high profile clients such as Luka Sabbat Maintained client relationships between Cosmo, Seventeen and their many PR contacts by serving as the main point of contact for both magazines Developed and formally presented a brand expansion strategy Organized, catalogued, and maintained a high volume beauty closet

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Managed relationships by communicating with Good Housekeeping readers, consumers and company contacts daily Handled all consumer complaints for Seal-backed products Supported the Institute’s Beauty/ Engineering Labs with in-house product testing Worked closely with the Sales Team for client meeting preparation Was specifically chosen to research and compile data for the 2015 Primary and Green Good Housekeeping Seal Survey

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Corresponds and updates current Scripps families and alumnae regularly on academic/ social events at Scripps College, while encouraging a wide variety of alumnae economic support Has personally raised over $30,000 during this fiscal year to-date, Recognized as Caller of the Month: November 2014, February 2014, April 2014, February 2015, March 2015, February 2016, and October 2016 Received awards for Highest Dollar Amount Raised & Highest Number of Donors for the 2016-2017 fiscal year to-date

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Worked closely with programming staff on organizing both tutoring and inschool projects Facilitated writing workshops, mentored teen staff members, and led events and initiatives


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Education BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MATHEMATICS | MAY 2016 | SCRIPPS COLLEGE, CLAREMONT, CA · Thesis: At the Intersection of Math and Art: An Exploration of the Fourth Dimension, Non-Euclidean Geometry, and Chaos

· GPA: 3.64 – Recipient of the James E. Scripps Merit Scholarship – Cum Laude

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MATH GRADER | SCRIPPS COLLEGE | SEPTEMBER 2015 – DECEMBER 2015 · Graded homework assignments and provided written feedback on errors in mathematical proof writing BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INTERN | GREEN FOREST CAR WASH | MAY 2015 – AUGUST 2015 · Gathered, cross-referenced, and analyzed data on the performance of all car wash locations · Provided recommendations for policy changes based on data analysis · Assisted in the research and development of new car wash locations

MATH TUTOR | SCRIPPS COLLEGE | SEPTEMBER 2013 – MAY 2014 · Provided math tutoring for fellow students in one-on-one situations and group sessions

· Built a relationship with students in one-on-one sessions and tailored my approach to meet their specific needs · Maintained focus on multiple students and disparate subjects simultaneously in group tutoring sessions MARKETING CONSULTANT | RADIUS | SEPTEMBER 2013 – FEBRUARY 2014

· Continued work from summer internship to provide data analysis for the Radius marketing team

MARKETING INTERN | RADIUS | JUNE 2013 – AUGUST 2013

· Efficiently used a “big data” database to gather data on businesses

· Analyzed data and determined the best application of data to content marketing

· Created content marketing materials, including articles, infographics, social media posts, and slideshows NATIONAL COMPETITOR | DECA | SPRING 2010 – SPRING 2012

· Worked independently and in small teams to write and present marketing plans at national competitions

Skills & Abilities

MICROSOFT WORD, POWERPOINT, EXCEL, AND OUTLOOK · Experienced with equations for manipulating data and methods for organizing data · Skilled in creating aesthetically pleasing and readable graphs, charts, and tables WRITING AND EDITING

· Significant experience with technical and persuasive writing through internships and coursework · Skilled editor with an emphasis on efficiency and attention to detail

SELF-STARTER

· Experienced with producing results in a timely fashion under little direct supervision

· Able to effectively communicate results to coworkers and incorporate independent work into larger team projects


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INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR EDUCATION B.A. | May 2017 | Scripps College · Major: Media Studies & French · Honors: Dean’s List Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 · Current GPA: 3.66 · Senior Thesis: “Culture as a Tool of Exclusion: An Analysis of Mathieu Kassovitz’s La Haine” Academic Year Abroad | August 2015 – June 2016 | Université Paris 7 – Diderot · Studied at the University of Paris through Middlebury College’s C.V. Starr Schools Abroad · Concentration in Cinema and French Studies · French Level C1 – Full Fluency WORK EXPERIENCE Marketing Assistant | Scripps College Office of Communications & Marketing | September 2016 - Present · Data entry for “Scripps Presents” events · Copy editing for web features and promotional materials Consultant/Tutor | Modern Language Resource Center | September 2016 - Present · Provide effective, friendly and straightforward tutoring services to students in French classes regarding test preparation, essays, grammar and conversation · Manage and oversee orderly and efficient usage of language lab by students and professors · Coordinate film and equipment checkout and return Research Assistant | Vision Insight Praaxis Research & Evaluation | July 2016 - Present · Data entry & analysis for healthcare needs assessments Stagiaire (Intern) | Simpki | February 2016 – May 2016 · Translated content from French to English for Anglo-Saxon consumers · Selected photos for Simpki “destination” pages · Modified and enhanced photos to increase visual aesthetic and maintain continuity of site · Coded site’s keywords from French to English · Deepened communication skills in a multi-lingual environment Social Media Intern | Claremont Energy Challenge | February 2015 – May 2015 · Managed Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts · Created and edited icons, pamphlets and fliers using Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator Reporting Intern | Scripps College Office of Communications & Marketing | September 2014 – May 2015 · Wrote all articles, blurbs, and conducted all interviews concerning European Union Center of California, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletics, and Residential Life for Inside Scripps website Staff Writer | The Student Life Newspaper | September 2013 – May 2014 · Wrote weekly articles and conducted interviews for Life & Style and Sports sections VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE French Interpreter | Heartland Alliance Marjorie Kovler Center | July 2016 – Present · Interpret for French refugees and asylum seekers during therapy sessions · Greet clients and notify doctors and case managers upon arrivals · Help refugees and asylum seekers complete job applications and edit resumes Radio Campus Paris | August 2015 – June 2016 · Attended workshops, meetings and events to gain directing and production experience Chicago Independent Radio Project | June 2015 – August 2016 · Managed records fair at Pitchfork Music Festival Chicago 2015 Market Day Coordinator | Claremont Market Shares | January 2015 – May 2015 · Greeted local farmers for produce deliveries and set up displays and technology on market days SKILLS & ABILITIES Digital Media · Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Prelude and Premier · HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Python · Microsoft Office

Communication · Outgoing, confident, self-sufficient and independent · Familiar with style guidelines for academic and public writing · Has written for a multitude of platforms (Newspaper – reporting and opinion; Public Relations; Website content)


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Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Economics; Self-Designed Minor in Entrepreneurship Graduated Cum Laude; Dean’s List Danish Institute for Study Abroad, Copenhagen, Denmark

May 2016 Spring 2015

Experience Intern, Felidae Conservation Fund: Bay Area Puma Project, Mill Valley, CA September 2016-Current Felidae is a non-profit that, locally, focuses on researching pumas and educating the public about coexistence. • Revamping educational materials to increase accessibility to the information and to focus on relevant topics • Presenting these materials to local students, K-12, to teach about pumas and what it means to co-exist • Engaging locals in education about Felidae at environmental events in communities where we work • Working in the field, where I check camera traps and help determine ideal sites for them based on signs Tutor and Mentor, IvyAdvisors, Mountain View, CA August 2016-Current • Tutoring and mentoring high school students to prepare them for the SAT and college admissions President and Founder, Innovate@Scripps, Scripps College, Claremont, CA 2012-2016 Innovate empowers women interested in entrepreneurship to learn more, found companies, and make change. • Saw need for entrepreneurial resources, so founded first business club at Scripps, a women’s college • Led a team of six executive members in fundraising, marketing, and events efforts for the club • Organized and ran meetings and events (Startup Weekend, student panels, alumnae events in Silicon Valley) • Built next generation of Innovate leaders to ensure continuity of club after my graduation Digital Product Management Intern, Sierra Club, San Francisco, CA Summer 2015 Sierra Club is an environmental NGO founded by John Muir, helping people explore, enjoy and protect Earth. • Self-designed project: Re-organized and designed select SC webpages to improve UX, guided by research • Set up chapter webpages using Drupal; set up and designed help sites using Google Sites; replicated site bugs Marketing Intern, Kabbage, Inc., San Francisco, CA Summer 2013 Kabbage is a small business lending platform, ranked a most promising company (Forbes 2014). • Aligned social media channels with the Kabbage brand through photo contests emphasizing the customer, an Instagram profile promoting transparency behind the scenes, and consistent and fresh design • Researched and deployed best practices for social media promotion, especially regarding Google+ for SEO • Identified a problem and created an opt-out system for Facebook users unhappy about regularly viewing our Facebook ads on their newsfeeds, immediately decreasing the negative comments on our page • Worked with customers and contributed to meetings about updating Kabbage’s brand and UI/UX Staff Writer, The Student Life Newspaper, Pomona College, Claremont, CA 2012-2013 • Wrote weekly news stories about current issues at the Claremont Colleges • Created bi-weekly, in-depth feature stories about Claremont life, including environmental issues

Volunteer Mentor, Leadership in Environmental Education Partnership (LEEP), Pitzer College, Claremont, CA 2016 • Led and taught sixth graders about local SoCal environment and scientific principles in nearby field station • Created weekly lesson plans with a team of college students to engage and educate our sixth graders Student Rep, President’s Advisory Sustainability Committee, Scripps College, Claremont, CA 2015-2016 Personal Finance Student Mentor, Moneythink, Jurupa Valley, CA 2014 • Led personal finance at a low-income HS, weekly; inspired student engagement; built safe space for learning

Skills & More • • • • •

Photography: Award-winning, PA Weekly; WordPress: crebinger; Etsy Shop: CARESIE; Instagram: @caresy Design: UI, UX Testing; UXPin; Drupal; Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator Marketing: Hootsuite, SilverPop, Facebook, Facebook Ads, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest Language: Limited proficiency: Spanish; Elementary proficiency: Danish; Beginner skills: Java, HTML, CSS Travel: Around the globe, including, in Sub-Saharan Africa, to Tanzania, Botswana, and Zambia in 2014


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LARA O

INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR Education Scripps College, Claremont CA – B.A. in Economics & Philosophy, 2017 (expected) The Doane Stuart School, Rensselaer NY – H.S. Diploma, 2013 Experience Public Relations & Marketing Intern, bSmart Guide New York, NY (Remote during semester), December 2016 – May 2017 (expected) E-Commerce Intern, Of a Kind (A Subsidiary of Bed, Bath & Beyond) New York, NY, May 2016 – August 2016 • Produced weekly/monthly Returns Reports, part of the weekly/monthly Sales Reports • Conducted research for copy on displays to be featured in Bed, Bath & Beyond’s Sunset Park store location • Handled operational tasks such as coordinating designer and vendor shipments, tracking
of samples between designers, headquarters, and the warehouse, logging inventory adjustments, and expense reporting Mellon Pre-Thesis Fellow, Scripps College Claremont, CA (Remote), May 2016 – September 2016 • Conducted Philosophy Research on David Benatar’s Anti-Natalism arguments, including an indepth examination of David Benatar’s “Better to Never Have Been” and other Philosophers’ responses • Presented Research in the form of a scholarly work at Scripps College Fall Symposium in September 2016 Intern, Zetlin & DeChiara, LLP 
 New York, NY, Summer 2014 & 2015 • Lead Summer Intern on one case, trained other interns on a matter requiring accounting analysis to find inconsistencies in discovery documents relating to bank records, invoices, accounts payables and receivables between various shell companies to identify possible alleged fraud • Performed first level document review on various databases platforms in the Cloud as well as in- house, such as iConnect, Concordance, and iPro • Assisted the Trial Attorneys and the Litigation Support Specialist to prepare for the next court session on a matter being litigated in New York State Court • Coded dynamic databases in Case Notebook to assist attorneys in preparation for depositions in conjunction with Litigation Support Team Skills & Activities • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel), Shopify, HelpScout, Adobe Photoshop, Concordance, iPro, WestLaw Case Notebook, Xera iConnect • French Tutor, Scripps College Tutoring Program


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GABRIELA P

INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR

Education Scripps College Claremont, CA • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology • Cumulative GPA: 3.7, Dean’s List Spring 2015-Present • Member of the National Honor Society in Psychology (Psi Chi)

May 2017

Experience Lab Director, Adult Development Project Scripps College Claremont, CA Jan 2015 - Present • Collaborate with the lab PI in order to design and conduct psychological research in adult aging • Manage and train 8 research assistants in order to introduce participants to the lab environment and adhere to lab protocols • Recruit and schedule over 70 participants from the surrounding community • Measure brain activity through the application of EEG caps and software • Process and analyze EEG data Co-Founder & Social Media Lead, Planned Parenthood Claremont Colleges Chapter Claremont, CA August 2015 - Present • Collaborate directly with Planned Parenthood Los Angeles Head Quarters • Organize campaign strategies on Claremont Colleges and surrounding Claremont area to raise awareness and education • Responsible for social presence, as well as event planning Research Assistant, Xu Baby Lab UC Berkeley Berkeley, CA • Engaged in multiple recruiting methods including email, phone, and onsite recruiting • Conducted experiments investigating causal and probabilistic reasoning in 7-12 year old children • Assisted training 2 other research assistants on methods for studying probabilistic reasoning

Jun - Aug 2016

Research Intern, Emotion, Health and Psychophysiology Lab UC San Francisco San Francisco, CA Jun - Aug 2015 • Engaged in multiple recruiting methods and coordinated appointments for over 50 participants visiting the lab for participation in research studies • Conducted experiments investigating effects of oxytocin and physiological synchrony in varying social contexts • Assisted in training other research assistants on methods • Processed and analyzed physiological data such as heart rate variability, skin conductance, impedance, and blood pressure Jan - May 2015 Program Intern, Landmark Medical Center Pomona, CA • Worked with in-patient clients suffering from mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, depression, addiction, etc. • Created a group therapy program centered around goal planning and achievement skills • Ran group therapy and individual counseling sessions Intern, Ada’s Café Palo Alto, California • Assisted in planning and opening a café location for non-profit 501 c 3 organization • Trained mentally disabled adults in basic professional skills, as well as food industry specific skills • Wrote a manual specific for the training of mentally disabled adults for food industry positions • Presented training manual to local grocery stores and food establishments • Organized and implemented fundraising strategies • Raised awareness through multiple social media mediums

Jun 2012 - Jun 2014

Skills and Certifications Proficient in SPSS, E-Prime, NetStation, Mindware, Acknowledge, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Photoshop and Social Media Certified in National Institute of Health course “Protecting Human Research Participants” Intermediate French


HOME BRIDGETTE R

INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA

May 2017

Bachelor of Arts, Creative Writing: Nonfiction, GPA: 3.83 • Thesis: How to Survive Autism: A Personal Memoir • Relevant coursework: Intro/Advanced Creative Writing, Fiction and Reading, Creative Writing: Poetry, Newspaper Op-Ed, Public Writing, Writing for Non-Profit Institutions

WORK EXPERIENCE

Media and Development Intern, Pomona Hope Sept. 2016-Present • Interview volunteers and students, write articles, and partner with fellow intern to produce several newsletters with a fresh clean look compared to previous publications • Update and redesign annual report for 2015-2016 school year to distribute to donors • Ghostwrite end-of-year fundraising letters and grant applications • Support staff with annual fundraising gala, program preparation, and volunteering with kids

Contributor/Co-Editor, Scripps College Journal March 2015-Present • Recruit, compile, and edit original artwork, fiction, poetry, and essays from students • Collaborate with editorial team to host promotional writing events and select submissions • Publicize via Facebook, emails to writing and art departments, and starting a blog for journal

Head Treasurer, 3C Christian Fellowship, Scripps College May 2015 – Present • Coordinate with co-treasurers to obtain and distribute scholarship funds, pay reimbursements, and track spending in spreadsheets • Mediate between club and student government to facilitate recognition and financial support Conference Assistant, Office of Public Events, Scripps College May 2016 – Aug. 2016 • Relayed information and requests between clients, our office, and maintenance • Cooperated with other assistants, wedding coordinators, and conference directors to develop schedules, attend to client’s needs, and run the weddings and events

Events Assistant, Office of Public Events, Scripps College Sept. 2013 – May 2016 • Researched and introduced guest presenters for weekly lectures • Coordinated event logistics, reservations, and check-ins • Created mailing lists, designed invitations and flyers, and performed clerical duties Summer Assistant, Office of Admission, Scripps College May 2014 – Aug. 2014 • Provided tours to prospective students and other visitors; occasionally substitute to this day • Managed the front desk to welcome visitors, answer phones, and direct callers

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

• Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher) • Proficient in Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Blogger, WordPress, Tumblr)

AWARDS • • • • •

Margaret Norris Brown ’35 Memorial Scholarship, Scripps College, Sept. 2016 Esterly Award Recipient for $850 to attend BlogHer Conference 2016, May 2016 Published in Scripps’ Career Planning & Resources blog, Beyond the Elms, March 2016 Published in Scripps College Journal, May 2015, May 2016 Dean’s List, Scripps College, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015


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LAUREN C

INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR

Education Scripps College: Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Digital/Electronic Media Studies, Minor in Theatre, costume design emphasis GPA: 3.6 Senior Thesis: Film- “The Final Girl Grown Up: Representations of Women in Horror 1978-2016”

May 2017

Queen Mary University of London: London, England Program: Institute for Study Abroad- Butler Relevant Coursework: Interactive Media Design, Basic Period Costuming, British Horror Cinema

Fall 2015

Experience Legendary Digital Networks- Nerdist, Burbank, CA- Social Media Intern

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Wrote social copy and scheduled article shares on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr Updated Pinterest and Tumblr blog pages frequently Created social graphics from video content and for events (San Diego Comic Con) Shared live events on social media, including a June Livestream fundraiser, raising over $76,000 for MDA

The Odyssey Online- Social Media Director/Writer

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June-August 2016

January-October 2016

Contributed one short article a week to the Odyssey website Scheduled article sharing on social media and encourage social media use of the Scripps College writers team (11 people) Highlighted trending articles and boost views of newer articles through social media, focusing on viral articles to submit to main Odyssey Facebook page

Fall 2015 Institute for Study Abroad Butler, London, England- Community and Culture One of 60 student applicants to complete certificate based program emphasizing global awareness and diversity  Participated in planned trips to critically analyze and discuss culture while navigating multicultural environments  Managed additional courseload for course, including readings, critical responses to discussions and trips, and final vieo presentation summarizing the ideas of home and familiarity in different cultures.  Gained sensitivity towards difference and adaptability to new circumstances, as well as global perspective

Denison Library, Claremont CA- Student Library Assistant

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Supervise desk and provide customer service to library patrons Manage archival computer systems to organize and store special documents Plan and organize 6-10 annual library events for faculty and student groups of 20-50 Design, manage, and advertise large special exhibits of rare book collections for academic and general audiences using physical materials and digital/social media

Scripps Live Arts, Claremont CA- Social Media Manager

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August 2013 – Present

2013 – Present

Communicate to local bands and artists through relevant social media and Email Coordinate small-scale concerts across five college campuses, with audiences ranging 20-100 people Advertise for concerts and events through social media, manage Facebook page throughout the year Manage technical sound and lighting design for events Collaborate with other school departments music organizations on events and technical design Plan and execute 2-4 annual creative workshops for student body centered around local Los Angeles women’s music scene

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Proficient Spanish- 5 years Proficient in Microsoft Office, basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Prelude, Premiere, Flash Proficient use of social media and blogging outlets, ie. Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Instagram, Wordpress


HOME JESSICA R

INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR

EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts, Media Studies May 2017 SCRIPPS COLLEGE, Claremont, CA • Researched and analyzed gender roles in fairy tales and new media, cumulating in an interactive senior thesis project and paper titled “Women in Fairy Tales: The Pursuit of a Modern-Day Heroine” • Coursework in media history and theory, digital art, and design

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Marketing Intern May 2016 – August 2016 SKYPORT SYSTEMS, Mountain View, CA • Managed sales enablement project outlining collateral names for entire sales funnel • Coordinated targeted B2B social media program specifically designed to reach target market • Assisted creating nurture track campaigns for two solution-specific product use cases • Consolidated product-related content for customer outreach • Promoted webinar series by creating visual assets and managing email, web, and social media campaigns • Organized and produced internal go-to-market newsletter Marketing Intern June 2015 – August 2015 SKYPORT SYSTEMS, Mountain View, CA • Moderated and promoted webinar series through social media and email campaigns • Designed and orchestrated display ad campaigns • Collaborated with third-party vendors • Implemented and oversaw promotional events and appearances at trade shows and conferences

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Relay for Life Team Member AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, Redwood City and Claremont, CA • Raised money for cancer research by relaying and running team booths Marketing Intern PIED PIPER PLAYERS, San Mateo, CA • Painted and decorated set pieces • Designed and created costumes

SKILLS • • • • •

Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign MailChimp, HubSpot, Marketo SurveyMonkey Google AdWords

2010 – 2016

2010 – 2013


HOME KATIE S

INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts: Art History; Double Minor: Environmental Analysis, French Sarah Lawrence College, Paris, France Reid Hall

May 2017 August 2015 – December 2015

Experience PR Assistant, Scripps College Office of Communication and Marketing, Claremont, CA August 2016 – Present • Build brand awareness through strategic media outreach; monitor and analyze press mentions. • Enhance SEO performance of the Scripps College website. • Conducted competitor analysis of online newsrooms; prepared presentation of best practices and recommendations. Global eCommerce & Marketing Intern, Williams-Sonoma, Inc., San Francisco, CA June 2016 – August 2016 • Extracted, integrated, and analyzed email campaign performance for company-owned brands in Australia and the UK. • Conducted eCommerce analysis and market research of WSI industry competitors and other leading global retailers. • Created best practices seasonal marketing campaign toolkit for international company-owned locations and franchise partners; presented findings and recommendations to global teams. • Prepared and presented an overview of WSI’s global mission, presence, and expansion strategy. Data Specialist, Scripps College Office of Communication and Marketing, Claremont, CA Spring 2015 & Spring 2016 • Responsible for keeping the many Scripps College websites updated with current news and events. • Digitized the Scripps College Magazine for a web format. • Confirmed the functionality of all links across the websites using Wordpress, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, etc. • Edited the online profiles of professors and academic departments. Design Intern, Proceviat Designs, Los Altos, CA

July 2015

• Assisted with interior design, space planning, and home staging. • Met with clients and made home consultation visits throughout the Silicon Valley area. Apparel Intern, Ariat International, Union City, CA June 2014 – August 2014 • Completed a variety of projects related to apparel design, garment fitting, manufacturing, and marketing at the headquarters of an international equestrian footwear and apparel company. • Contributed to the major redesign of the Ariat website.

Leadership Positions • • • •

Peer Mentor, Member of the 2014-2015 New Student Program. Tour Guide and Bay Area Student Representative for Scripps College. Fundraiser at Scripps Phonathon and Student Representative at the Campaign for Scripps College 2013 launch. Co-Founder of Spotlite, a student organization which highlights the arts and culture across the 5 Claremont Colleges.

Awards & Recognitions • Deborah David and Norman Kurland Scholarship Recipient: Fall 2015, Spring 2016. • Scripps College Dean’s List: Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Spring 2016.

Skills Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Wordpress, Google Suite, MailChimp, Vocus, Experian Suite, Data analysis, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Snapchat, Fundraising, Public speaking, Web design, Retail marketing campaign planning, Leadership, Community outreach, Peer counseling, French, Python.


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ISABELLA R

INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR

Education Scripps College | Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Art History & Minor in Media Studies

May 2017

Experience Nancy Glanville Music Library, Library Assistant | Scripps College, Claremont, CA  Organize and checkout library collections of music score holdings, texts, LPs and CDs  Assist library patrons and the music department by taking phone calls and running errands  Stage manage and usher student and faculty recitals

Sept 2013 – Present

FASO, Business Administrator & Social Media Associate | Los Angeles, CA Nov 2009 – Present  Structure database of donors on DonorPerfect  Write and produce content for Filipino American Symphony Orchestra’s Twitter and Facebook pages as admin  Assist the flow of rehearsals and of community outreach and fundraising performances  Performed as a soloist and choir member for past concerts  Notated woodwind parts for FASO is Bach to Rock! (2012) Mellon Undergraduate Research Fellow  Commissioned and produced composer Dr. Koji Nakano's new musical work Imagined Sceneries  Curated exhibition "The Tale of Genji": Reimagined in Scripps College’s Clark Humanities Museum  Promoted Imagined Sceneries’ premiere and its Festival of Noh Theater on print and web

Feb 2016 – Sept 2016

Levitt Pavilions, Social Media & Communications Intern | Los Angeles, CA  Wrote and published 40 artist bios on the Levitt AMP website  Tracked media coverage of Levitt concerts  Conducted grant promotion research for the Levitt AMP program  Promoted Levitt artists on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest  Authored and published 3 articles on Levitt Pavilion’s website

Jun 2015 – Aug 2015

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus Living History Intern | Pasadena, CA  Led archival project that provided content for a catalog celebrating the chorus's 30th anniversary  Maintained chorus Facebook and Twitter pages and organized music library and folders for 400 choristers  Engaged in weekly meetings of both the administrative and artistic staff  Planned and facilitated the chorus’s annual audition, alumni reunion, and gala

Jun 2014 – Aug 2014

Awards & Honors       

Scripps Public Events & Community Programs Co-sponsorship Grant (2016) Hearst Foundation Senior Thesis Research Grant (2016) Pattison, McDowell, & Pruessing Memorial Music Scholarship (2016) Jane O’Donnell Music Scholarship (2015) Jaqua-Hardin Memorial Music Scholarship (2014) Circle K International Phoenix of the Month (2014) Scripps College Dean’s List (Spring 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2016)

Skills  Proficiency in Mac and Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Corel Painter, NationBuilder, Hootsuite, Buffer, Google News Alerts, DonorPerfect, Adobe Dreamweaver, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WordPress, Scalar, Omeka, Tumblr, Google+, Pinterest, and YouTube  Programming experience in Python  Language proficiency in French, Tagalog, and Latin  Proficiency in transcription for singing from Russian, French, Italian, Latin, Pāli, Mandarin, Spanish, Catalan, Tagalog, Visayan, German, Japanese, and Greek


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INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR Education: Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 B.A. in Classics, Senior Thesis: The Role of the Sicilian Expedition in the Decline of the Athenian Empire Dean’s Honor List: Fall 2013-14, Spring 2014-16 | Cumulative GPA: 3.75 Dikemes, College Year in Athens, Athens, Greece Fall 2015-Spring 2016 Experience: Ken Fulk Inc., San Francisco, CA May 2016-August 2016 Summer Intern • Assisted Head Designers and Assistant Designers with contacting suppliers, organizing Room Boards, event planning and preparation • Created a Style Guide to maintain consistent branding for the Harrison Apartment Building • Re-organized sample storage closets • Created an office map for Designers with AutoCAD May 2016 – August 2016 Eleanor Harwood Gallery, Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco, CA Summer Intern • Organized and updated website development throughout and after the transfer to a new platform • Maintained social media presence on Facebook and Twitter • Corresponded with clients and potential buyers on behalf of artists • Set up and deconstructed the gallery for various shows Scripps College Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault, Claremont, CA Fall 2013 – Present Co-Coordinator Present Co-Programming Team Lead Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 • Developed and executed an on-campus warm-line for survivors of sexual assault, Inter-Personal Violence (IPV), Domestic Violence (DV), and stalking • Lead and facilitated weekly meetings • Planned and helped instructed in 40 hour training for the new Advocates • Designed and implemented relevant workshops and events each year and collaborated with other groups on campus and college administrators on events like Take Back the Night, Know Your (Title) IX, How to Support a Survivor 101, and more Temporary Positions at Fitbit through Premier Staffing, San Francisco, CA Packaging Temp • Assembled gift boxes from Fitbit for their clients • Organized the distribution of beta devices for clients

June 2015

Fall 2014 – May 2015 New Student Program, Scripps College, Claremont, CA Team Leader • Mentored a group of incoming first years; oversaw and managed a group of mentors and their mentees • Participated in a 1.5 week long intensive training on IPV, DV, stalking, supporting students, helping students communicate with professors, establishing rapport with different administrative offices • Designed and executed 6 dorm-wide and campus-wide events • Met weekly with the Co-Coordinators to report on the mentors and mentees; planned and held monthly meetings with mentors; had weekly check-ins with mentors and mentees Skills: • Proficient in Photoshop, InDesign, SPSS, Microsoft Office, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram • Language: Spanish (10 years), Basic Modern Greek, Ancient Greek (2 years)


HOME ARIANA C

INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR Education:

Scripps College , Claremont, California •

Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies and French

Sarah Lawrence College in Paris , Paris, France •

Semester abroad with classes taught exclusively in French

May 2017 Spring 2016

Fashion Institute of Technolog y , New York, New York •

Summer 2015 Related Coursework: Marketing for Integrated Marketing Communications and Introduction to the Fashion Industry

Experience:

Lord & Taylor Flagship Store, Store Operations Intern, New York, New York •

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Summer 2016 Organized and created an in-store event by researching inspiration and ideas that fit a seasonal theme, organizing third party vendors, and calculating a budget of $1,300 for the event Created marketing material for VIP shoppers that explained the store’s offerings for events and experiences that will be used companywide Helped manage or execute in-store events including fashion presentations for guests and special discount days

Scripps College , Marketing Assistant, Claremont, California •

Fall 2015 Contributed to Scripps’ Office of Marketing and Communications by assisting with copy editing, creating and updating web pages for the official Scripps College website, as well as fact checking and gathering market data

Elie Tahari, International Sales Intern, New York, New York •

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Summer 2014 Supported international and domestic sales professionals with clients, helping with appointments during market in the Tahari showroom, inputting order confirmations on scan application, cross checking orders for cancellations, requesting to add new styles, and creating power points showcasing the product information that each client had ordered Assisted the stylist with the models by putting together outfits from the collection during market, conclaves, and styling appointments Maintained in the sample closet by retrieving and returning clothing that was going out to the clients. Internship resulted in research paper approved by Scripps College written on the role of influence in sales

Samuel French Inc., Literary Intern, New York, New York. • • •

Summer 2013 Backed with organization and execution of annual “Samuel French Off- Off Broadway Festival” by running errands and researching resources available for playwright’s website in a timely manner Indexed over 3,000 contracts and copyrights in file cabinets Edited both the Festival website and main company website by writing about playwrights

Skills: • Microsoft Office Suite • Basic understanding of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, and InDesign • Native English speaker and conversational French reading, writing, and conversational skills • Social media forums: Wordpress.org, Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram Personal Interests: • Fashion, music, cinema, running, yoga, travel, and reading


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INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations, with a concentration in Social Policy

Expected May 2017

The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, England June 2016 Studied as part of the General Course program for the 2015 - 2016 academic year, coursework included health and social care policy, poverty and social change, and foreign policy analysis. Earned a 2:1 overall mark

EXPERIENCE The Motley Coffeehouse, Claremont, CA September 2016 - May 2017 Barista • Greeted and assisted customers, took down drink orders and handled purchases and other cash transactions as cashier. • Built professional relationships with clientele to ensure and provide quality performance. • Performed all support tasks such as restocking and maintaining coffeehouse cleanliness at all times. • Prepared and served drinks and food in accordance with health codes and coffehouse standards, from a menu of approximately 40 customizable beverages. Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment, Claremont, CA September - December 2016 Intern • Produced educational and community building events for the Scripps and Claremont College community. • Demonstrated leadership and networking ability in implementing events from start to finish — wrote curriculum for the event, arranged catering, collaborated with counselors and on-campus organizations, designed flyers and Facebook page to advertise the event, and facilitated the opening, closing and progression of the actual event. • Created and advertised anonymous polls in order to garner feedback, and reported back on their results. Dr. Bernard Berk, Professor of Sociology, Pasadena, CA July - August 2016 Research Assistant • Conducted research on the linkage between autism and the creation and presence of a “self” (self-recognition, self-identification). • Summarized academic journals in the fields of neurobiology, psychology, and sociology. • Proofread several drafts of Dr. Berk’s ongoing articles. • Assisted with administrative duties such as filing, transcribing and other organizational tasks. Personal Social Services Research Unit February - April 2016 The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, England Student Researcher • Contributed to ongoing research project conducted by research fellow Annette Bauer and director Martin Knapp to study programs, services and social innovations offered to refugees in London. • Gathered online literature about programs offered to refugees in the Westminster and Tower Hamlets areas of London. • Contacted and interviewed organizations and scholars over the phone. • Tracked responses from organizations contacted in a comprehensive chart that helped to narrow the project’s scope to studying the area of Birmingham, allowing the research process to progress to its next stages. Human Rights Watch, Los Angeles, CA May - August 2015 Development and Outreach/Children’s Division Intern • Maintained phones, HRW social calendar and Facebook, Twitter, and email accounts. • Conducted prospect research on possible donors and maintained Raiser’s Edge database.. • Assisted with logistical preparation for fundraisers and designed several invitations for various events. • Coordinated with Children’s Rights Division and conducted research to create a resource list for prisoners and their families. • Led project of transferring confidential paperwork to computer database and managed several volunteers. SKILLS • Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint • Social media • Basic graphic design experience (Mac design applications: Pages and Keynote, some Photoshop/Adobe) • Raiser’s Edge


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INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR

Education Scripps College Claremont, CA Anticipated Graduation May 2017 Bachelor of Arts, Science and Management Focusing in Biotechnology

Work Experience

Amplion, Bend, Oregon Present • Create, write, and edit content about biomarkers and drug pipelines for their website, blog, and newsletters • Maintain the company’s social pages and publications • Industry and biomarker market research • Aid in the data management for their biomarker database Manly Environment Centre, Manly, Australia June 2015-August 2015 • Created, Researched, and designed a children's encyclopedia ebook of all the flora and fauna found around the Manly area to be distributed through their website • Drafted and researched a speed reduction proposal that was presented to the local council • Monitored the pH, salinty, oxygen levels, temperature, fecal coliform, electrical conductivity, and phosphates in local streams through field sampling to ensure their health OpenSesame, Portland, OR June 2014-June 2015 Marketing Associate (August 2014-June 2015) • Wrote relevant and SEO-optimized blog posts for both the company’s blog and external blogs • Created content such as page text for OpenSesame’s new webpage redesign Marketing Intern (June 2014-August 2014) • Wrote at least two relevant blog posts per week • Created SEO–optimized course descriptions for courses on the OpenSesame marketplace • Took over the company’s Pinterest page and more than doubled the followers • Designed the Seller Onboarding ebook for the company to use as a new sales resource

Extracurricular Activities

Claremont Colleges Women’s Club Soccer • •

Skills • • • •

January 2014-Present

Cofounded and co-captained the first ever club soccer team at the Claremont colleges. Ran weekly practices and worked behind the scenes scheduling and organizing scrimmages and games and managing the club funds Advanced social media marketing, blogging, market research Advanced general/advanced laboratory techniques (pipetting, titrations, recrystallizations, distillations), research Conversational Spanish Proficient in: Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint


HOME AMANDA L

INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR EDUCATION

Scripps College [Expected graduation: May 2017] Bachelor of Arts: Media Studies Major (Critical Studies focus) Enrolled with Merit Founders’ Scholarship Queen Mary University of London [2016] - Film, English and Drama Raffles Junior College [Singapore]

KEY SKILLS

Office: Answer/roll calls, Scheduling, Reception duties Language: Fluent in English and Mandarin Technical: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop, Mac OS, Windows, Microsoft Outlook, Novell

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CBS Films Acquisitions Intern [June 2016 - August 2016] Assist EVP of Acquisitions, cover phones and handle scheduling Screen and review film/script submissions to report to Director of Acquisitions Assist with upcoming festivals’ preparations, research potential acquisitions, grade and track submissions using Film Tracker database

Di Bonaventura Pictures Development Intern [June 2016 - August 2016] Primary phone duties, worked front reception Covered assistants’ desks, rolled calls, maintained office Actively researched and covered incoming scripts to pitch to assistants and creative executives Sourced daily for materials for potential development into projects

Mandeville Films Development Intern [September - December 2015] Covered assistants’ desks, rolled calls, maintained office, script coverage Researched and developed Director Spreadsheets for upcoming projects Sourced ideas for potential projects and pitching to executives

Endgame Entertainment Finance and Creative Development Intern [May-July 2015] Front desk reception, managed company’s emails, rolled calls for senior executives Reviewed international marketing strategies and financial models of upcoming projects, sat in on conference calls Analyzed past foreign sales, researched investment risks and profits to better allocate budgets for developing projects Attended informative luncheons with senior executives

Peer mentor/Sponsor in Asian American Sponsor Program [2014-2015] Organized workshops, events and weekly meet-ups

Contributing writer to The Student Life (TSL) [2015] Published articles in the weekly newspaper run by the Associated Students of Pomona College for the Claremont Colleges

Volunteer at West-End Animal Shelter [2014-present] Assisted in shelter’s smooth operations, advised potential adopters

Silver Award recipient at International creative writing competition Represented Singapore to achieve the Silver Award at 2012 international Commonwealth Essay Competition with piece A Day’s Journey


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Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA

May 2017

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, minor in Media Studies • Cumulative GPA: 3.82; Dean’s List Fall 2013 - Spring 2015, Spring 2016 - present • Thesis: #Comparison: An Examination of Social Comparison Orientation on Instagram as It Relates to SelfEsteem and State Anxiety • Relevant coursework: Statistics, Research Methods

University College London, London, UK

September 2015—December 2015

Study Abroad

Experience Head Manager

September 2016—Present

Scripps College Student Store, Claremont, CA • Oversee the manager team and every day affairs of the store • Act as a liaison between the other managers and Scripps College staff • Hire and train several new employees each semester • Assist cashiers with customers and general duties when needed

Program Coordinator

June 2013—September 2016

Arts Outreach, Los Olivos, CA • Administered and coordinated a 6-week summer camp that serves several hundred children • Extended the marketing outreach of the organization, via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and monthly newspaper columns and newsletters • Updated and maintained the organization’s website • Organized and implemented three new and successful events and workshops • Compiled and analyzed data regarding the popularity of the company’s various programs

Museum Intern

May 2016—July 2016

Wildling Museum, Solvang, CA • Developed multiple art activities for children which are now in use at the museum • Conducted inventory of the gift shop • Assisted guests and answered phones

Sales; Marketing; Customer Relations Manager

September 2014—May 2016

Scripps College Student Store, Claremont, CA • Advertised and ran a successful promotional sale on campus which raised the revenue of the store both during and after the event • Extended the store’s online media presence via Facebook and Instagram • Completed mail orders and ordered food and sundries • Developed and further the store’s presence on campus • Acted as a liaison between the store and its customers both on and off campus

Skills Data Entry

Basic WordPress

Basic Photoshop

Fundraising


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Education

Scripps College | 2013-Present |

Questbridge Scholarship recipient Major: Dance (Performance and Choreography) Minor: Media Studies (Critical Film Studies) Spring Senior Thesis

Skills & Abilities

Computer Skills: Microsoft Office, iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Final Cut X, Adobe Premiere CS6, Adobe Premiere Pro CC (editing software) Database: CMS Data Entry, Footprints IT Helpdesk

Experience

Dance Media Assistant | Scripps College | September 9 2016-Present

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Suggested and implemented changes to Dance Department website Produced promotional videos for department Worked with Adobe Premiere and Word Press

Video Intern | Bates Dance Festival | July 4-August 9 2016

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Recorded performances and classes, as well as conducted interviews Edited class and interview footage for promotional/archival purposes Worked with Final Cut X

Archives and Preservation Intern | American Dance Festival | June 1- July 26 2015

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Assisted festival videographer at performances Edited and copied performance DVD’s for students, companies, and archives collection Worked with older recording and editing systems (DVD Video Recorder, Beta Max) Worked with Adobe Premiere Pro CC

IT Intern | Scripps College | January 2014-Present

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Managed the front desk to field phone calls Dealt with varied technical computer issues and reimaged computers Data entry Oversaw toner inventory/stock

Kumon Assistant Manager | Kumon Learning Center | June 2012-August 2013; May 2014-August 2014

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Tutoring children in reading and math Data entry, Inventory/Stock Optimized workflow in office setting through reorganization of important manuals

Sales Associate | Pandora | July 2014-January 2015

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Communicate with patrons effectively to design their desired bracelets Greet customers and manage 30+ patrons per hour during holiday season Keeping stations organized to optimize efficient transactions


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Work Experience Marketing and Development Coordinator Acterra, Palo Alto, CA August 2016 – Present • Redesigned and implemented an organizational marketing and outreach plan, managing all social media engagement, curation of the member newsletter with a distribution of over 3,000 readers, and additional promotion through Facebook advertising, local publications, and news sites. • Develop events for community members, managing registration and on-site logistics, co-developing programming, and conducting donor outreach. Member of the Board of Directors The Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation, Studio City, CA 2013 – 2016 • Serving fourth annual term for $5.5 million asset base foundation with $600k+ annual budget. • Guided youth ages 8-21 through professional development and grants process as Senior Board Advisor, managing an $8,000 annual grants cycle (2013). Program Manager Youth Philanthropy Connect, Studio City, CA August 2014 – January 2015 • Served in fixed-term contract position to support organizational restructuring and training of new hires. • Facilitated the development and management of three large-scale partnership grants totaling over $90,000. • Created the Intern program, managing four new interns and handling all tools for internal communications and data tracking, including an intern guide, timesheet trackers, and social media performance. Program Assistant Youth Philanthropy Connect, Studio City, CA 2012 – 2014 • Planned and executed annual conference events, co-producing content, managing event logistics, creating marketing collateral, and conducting media outreach, increasing attendance by 180% over three years. • Promoted corporate sponsorships and strategic foundation partnerships, projects, and events through marketing and PR plans, monthly newsletters, web development, and social media. Intern The National Center for Family Philanthropy, Washington D.C. June 2011 – August 2011 • Researched models of next gen philanthropy through distributed SurveyMonkey and case study research. • Co-authored a white paper on the development of next gen boards, entitled “Igniting the Spark: Creating Effective Next Gen Boards” for publication with 14k+ direct readers and 100k+ online access users.

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Design: Adobe Creative Suite Graphic Design and Publishing (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) Technical: CRM Softwares (Salesforce.com, Constant Contact), Web Management (Wordpress, Squarespace); Google Analytics, Social Media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube), Microsoft Office and Google Suites

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts | GPA: 3.8, cum laude | Dean’s List Double Major, Media Studies (Scripps College) & Theatre (Pomona College)

2012 - 2016

University of Edinburgh, Business School, Edinburgh, U.K. Certificate in Arts Administration | GPA: 3.3

Board Service and Leadership Roles Secretary, Board of Directors, Change the World Productions, 2016 Board of Directors, No Limits Theater Group, 2015 Grant Writer, The Children’s Nature Institute, 2013 Committee Member, Next Generation Advisory Board, Exponent Philanthropy, 2011-2013 Collegiate Involvement in the Arts, Scripps College and Pomona College, 2012-2016: The Curtain Raisers Summer Theatre and Dance Scholarship Recipient, 2015; Play Selection Committee Member, Student Play Festival

2015


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INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR EDUCATION Scripps College Class of 2017 May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies with Film/Video Concentration University of Melbourne, Australia Spring 2016 Relevant Coursework • Introduction to Video Art, Media Sketchbook, Experimental Animation: Digital Cinema, Media Arts for Social Justice, Introduction to Digital Art, Intermediate Creative Writing: Fiction, Advanced Creative Writing: Poetry, Writing Journalism, Media Studies Senior Thesis Documentary

PRODUCTION INTERNSHIPS Post-Production Intern, Peel & Eat July 2016 - August 2016 Boston, MA • Engaged in post-production of commercials by communicating with advertising agencies and editing on Premiere Pro. • Composed a thirty second anti-heroin advertisement in less than three months as part of a statewide intern competition. • Ensured that the offices of Peel & Eat were presentable at all times and well-stocked for future clients. Screenwriting Intern, Lena Rudnick June – August 2015 Brooklyn, NY • Developed three scripts through the editing and rewriting process: including, short film, pilot, and feature in order to improve Rudnick’s screenwriter profile. • Networked with New York screenwriting advertisers in order to promote Rudnick’s film to local and Hollywood producers. • Prepared and edited video content on Final Cut Pro for Rudnick’s freelance assignments with Found Sound Nation. Editorial Intern, Rose Styron July 2015 Martha’s Vineyard, MA • Collaborated with editors from Harper Collins Publishers in regards to Styron’s upcoming memoir. • Exemplified exceptional organizational skills while composing Styron’s emails and schedule by collaborating with her assistants. • Accompanied Styron to board meetings and book launches demonstrating confidence in group discussions and exemplary note taking skills.

WRITING/MARKETING EXPERIENCE Staff Writer, The Student Life November 2014 – October 2015 Claremont, CA • Conducted interviews with politicians, authors, and students to produced a twelve hundred word article every week for the Claremont Consortium’s most popular on campus publication. • Researched with editors to construct list of articles for the Life & Style section. • Attended events to network with distinguished guests and encouraged them to speak to me ‘on record’ about their experience. Scripps Editor, The Golden Antlers October 2014 – November 2015 Claremont, CA • Contributed monthly list of article ideas to the Claremont Consortium’s online humor magazine for our staff writers to expand on such as, “The End of the Girl’s College,” and “5C Fall Break: A Total Disaster.” • Acted as a mentor for the staff writers from Scripps College and edited their pieces before publication. Marketing Director, Nourish International October 2013 – January 2015 Claremont, CA • Attracted large attendence to weekly Café that fundraised upwards of two thousand dollars in order to send multiple students to Fundong, Cameroon to run a HIV/AIDS workshop. • Promoted the group’s Instagram following by fifty followers and increased club’s Facebook activity with a weekly post.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Shift Leader, Scripps Fund Purchasing Coordinator, Claremont Market Shares Waitress/Hostess, Bar New Haven • Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut Pro, Microsoft Office

October 2015 – Present January 2015 - Present March 2013 – January 2016

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INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR Education_______________________________________________________________________________

Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, minoring in Hispanic Studies • GPA 3.72, Dean’s List Spring 2014 and Spring 2015 • Scripps Presidential Scholar: Four-year partial scholarship • Thesis- “Just Hold On, We’re Going Om”: Perceptions of Mindfulness and Meditation in the Global West “Teaching for Social Change” Workshop Series-- Pitzer College, Claremont, CA Spring 2015 • Selected to attend four workshops led by award-winning teachers centered on fostering social justice through teaching • Learned invaluable cultural competency, student engagement, and instructional planning skills to assist diverse learners and administer social change Work/Volunteer Experience________________________________________________________________ Research Assistant October 2013 – Present Scripps’ Office of Assessment and Institutional Research, Claremont, CA • Maintain general upkeep and organized workflow in the office • Utilize Microsoft Office technology (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) to analyze assessment and evaluation surveys and reports • Assist in data collection and data entry for internal and external reporting purposes Research Intern June 2016 – August 2016 Maine Immunization Program, Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Augusta, Maine • Compiled and presented K12 school enrollment and vaccine count data for 150+ Maine schools • Expertly utilized Excel and Google Fusion Tables to create tables and heat maps displaying annual SchoolLocated Vaccine Clinic program statistics for the years 2011 through 2015 • Co-pioneered and co-drafted a Maine legislative proposal for universal access to all vaccines federally recommended for Maine adults • Extensively researched and compiled Maine population statistics, vaccine count statistics, and vaccine pricing information to estimate the cost of above Maine legislative proposal Audience Engagement and Communications/Public Relations Intern May 2015 – August 2015 Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME • Expertly compiled and presented museum visitor data with tables, line graphs, bar graphs, and heat maps using Excel and Google Fusion Tables • Utilized Createsend programming to update the Portland Museum of Art’s Calendar of Events online • Aided the Public Relations Department in publicizing the 2015 Portland Museum of Art Biennial exhibition • Extensively researched and compiled contact information for members of congress, new media listings, and more than 100 local news sources • Distributed exhibition posters around southern Maine Peer Mentor Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 Scripps College First Year Program, Claremont, CA • Exceled in leadership training, crisis management training, and event planning • Planned successful events for more than 100 students • Provided extensive guidance and resources for first year students CARE (Creating Academic Relations through Education) Classroom Volunteer Fall 2013 Chaparral Elementary School, Claremont, CA • Tutored children successfully in various academic subjects • Effectively assisted teachers in the set-up and execution of lesson plans Skills___________________________________________________________________________________ • Computer skills: Microsoft Office Suite, Social Media Platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) • Casual conversational and written Spanish


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INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR EDUCATION Scripps College: Claremont, California August 2012-May 2016 B.A: American Studies GPA: 3.87 Honors: Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude, Dean’s List, Mellon Foundation Undergraduate Research Fellow; Scripps Humanities Institute Fellow Senior Thesis: “A Model for Empowerment: Lugenia Burns Hope’s Community Vision through the Neighborhood Union” EXPERIENCE Urban Compass, Program Coordinator, Watts, California August 2016-Present • Manage an encouraging and productive classroom of 15 elementary school students; provide individual academic support; work with program team to design enriching sports and blended learning activities for 50 students; supervise high school and college student volunteer tutors • Track student progress through management of social and academic data on Salesforce, collaborate with parents on students’ academic and social wellbeing Center for Faith Justice, Leaderworx Program Leader, Trenton, New Jersey June-August 2015 • Led social justice education and community engagement trips for middle and high school students • Responsible for transportation, education, mentoring and physical welfare of 6-12 students participating in week-long residential programs with NGOs in Appalachia and Trenton engaged in building construction, prison rehabilitation, homeless support services and elder care Fresh Lifelines for Youth, Intern, Redwood City, California June-August 2014 • Provided general administrative support for an NGO which provides mentorship and education to middle school children transitioning out of the Juvenile Justice system • Duties included survey data entry, file management, expense report submissions and advance planning for academic year programming Fleet Feet Sports, Customer Service Representative, Menlo Park, California May 2013-August 2014 • Worked in customer service support for specialty retail running store requiring exceptional service • Duties included evaluating the customer’s running gait, providing guidance regarding various products, participating in a training course on product technology, consulting with vendors on retail product placement; provided additional administrative services such as: responding to phone inquiries, banking and stocking merchandise Peninsula Bridge Program, Teaching Assistant, Portola Valley, California June-July 2012 • Tutor and PE Coach for an academic program preparing 20 students from under-resourced communities for high school • Duties included supporting students enrolled in a philosophy class and leading physical education classes SERVICE Girls on the Run, Our Lady of the Assumption School, Claremont, California October 2015-May 2016 • Coached 20 girls in an after-school program encouraging positive emotional, social and physical development Caritas Hellas, Athens, Greece October - December 2014 • Taught English classes and provided support services for refugees and asylum seekers from Middle Eastern and African countries ACTIVITIES Mariachi Serrano De Claremont Band; Claremont Colleges Women’s Ultimate Frisbee Team; MultiFatith Service Council, College Year in Athens (Semester Program); Completed Athens Classic Marathon; 14th U.S. Congressional District Student Advisory Board SKILLS AND TRAINING Office Skills: Mac OSX and Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint); Student Affairs Training: Sustained Dialogue Institute Moderator Training (facilitating dialogue on diversity, inclusion and conflict resolution), Los Angeles Archdiocese Program for Protection of Children, Claremont Sexual Assault Bystander Engagement Training; Stanford University Continuing Studies Search Engine Optimization Course, Salesforce for Non-Profits; Languages: Spanish (limited working proficiency)


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INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, California B.A. in Public Policy Analysis • Dean’s List Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Spring 2015 • Senior Thesis: Why Do Some California Parents Opt Their Children Out of School Based Sex Ed Programming? Danish Institute of Study Abroad, Copenhagen, Denmark PROFESSIONAL & RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Intern, East Valley Community Health, Pomona, CA • Planned & facilitated sexual education presentations at local high schools • Spearheaded project to increase teen utilization of clinic services • Aided East Valley’s Mobile HIV testing unit on site visits

Expected May 2017 GPA: 3.7

Spring 2015

August 2016-Present

Research Assistant, Denver Health, Denver, Colorado • Assisted with the recruitment of 80 study participants for a pilot study on the effectiveness of text messaging as a medium for sexual education • Synthesized qualitative research from multiple studies using Atlas.ti • Compiled findings into poster and PowerPoint format for use in presentations

May-August 2016

Intern, WorldDenver, Denver, Colorado • Facilitated planning and execution of WorldDenver events in accordance with the State Department’s goal of promoting international awareness in Denver • Created marketing materials and managed back end of membership database

May-August 2016

Intern, Step Up, Chicago, Illinois • Conducted grant research for Step Up teen programs • Created emails to be sent out to external audiences of more than 5,000 members • Assembled marketing materials for events and assisted with other event prep and follow-up task, including maintaining Step Up’s database on Salesforce • Aided in management of more than 60 volunteers for Step Up’s signature gala

June-August 2015

Intern, The Women's Foundation of Colorado (WFCO), Denver, CO • Designed an alumnae program for graduates of the WFCO's Girls’ Leadership Council by researching best practices on alumni mobilization and networking • Served as an office aide by researching previous grants, compiling marketing materials, and streamlining office organization

May-July 2014

Camp Counselor, Boulder Running Camp, Boulder, CO July 2013-2014 • Mentored groups of 20 female high school athletes through camp activities including leading workouts, facilitating college recruiting talks, and promoting morale • Formulated and presented a list of ways to improve the social environment for female campers to the director- changes were implemented during the second session ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES & LEADERSHIP Varsity Cross Country and Track at Scripps College • All-Conference, All-Region, Academic All-American

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INDUSTRY: Marketing/Advertising/PR ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Studies, Consumerism Concentration, Psychology Minor • GPA: 3.74; Dean’s List recipient

Related Experience Marketing Manager, Local + Lejos, Los Angeles, CA Fall 2016-Present • Facilitated two campaigns to drive email opt-ins by pitching to and partnering with brands and media sources including Forbes and Headspace to gain over five million new subscribers. • Generated two job descriptions, conducted interviews, and hired two store associates and one fulfillment and customer relations coordinator. • Learned SEO techniques and explained how this website optimization would improve user traffic. These changes were then implemented site wide. Field Marketing Intern, Paramount Pictures, Los Angeles, CA Summer 2016 • Created field directives for RINGS, which detailed how the film should be marketed to college students and the public that were later used for a national marketing campaign. • Organized six college events and programs that appealed to students for STAR TREK BEYOND, FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS, and BEN-HUR. • Assisted during promotional events including premieres, press junkets, and press days. • Demonstrated company loyalty by continuing to work with Allied Integrated Marketing off-site. Creative Intern, Ramo Law, Beverly Hills, CA Summer 2016 • Provided coverage for 20 scripts by editing and analyzing content to assess alignment with the company’s goals. • Examined various production companies and paired them with scripts to be pitched to larger studios. Promotions Intern, Allied Integrated Marketing, New York, NY Summer 2015 • Researched, pitched, and secured promotions with 50 partnering businesses in New York City. • Helped facilitate 20 pre-screenings and premieres for companies such as Paramount, 20th Century Fox, Disney, and Warner Brothers and wrote detailed reports on PRO after these events. • Identified over 500 events and 3,000 retailers in New York for future promotional use. Curatorial Intern, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA Summers 2013-2014 • Conducted provenance with contemporary art curators by researching the owners of the art before coming the museum. Compiled 40+ sources per owner and synthesized this information into five page biographies. • Collected 200 videos of artist interviews and pitched ways of integrating this new media into the exhibit. Museum utilized these recommendations in their Pop Departures exhibit in the fall of 2014.

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Computer: Skilled in SPSS, Microsoft Office, Publicity Reporting Online (PRO), research databases. Meal Team Leader, Teen Feed, Organized a group of 11 volunteer to cook monthly meals for 80 homeless teenagers in Seattle’s University District, 2005-2013.


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Scripps College/The Claremont College Consortium, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 Candidate for B.A. in Art History, Minor in Anthropology • GPA: 10.56/12.0; Dean’s List Spring 2015 • Recipient Fall 2015/Spring 2016 Deborah David & Norman Kurland Art History Scholarship ($18,000grant total) Menlo School, Atherton, CA • GPA: 3.62/4.0; Faculty Honors (2010-2013); Honor Roll (2009) • Departmental Award in French (2013); President, French Club (2013)

WORK EXPERIENCE

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KSPC Claremont 88.7 FM, Program Director, Claremont, CA Jan. 2016 - Present • Responsible for oversight, planning, and coordinating full time schedule for 24/7 on-air college radio station • Supervise and manage local and student DJs and create additional broadcast content (podcasts, PSAs, promos, etc.) Connect the Dots, Social Media and Outreach Intern, Dublin, Ireland Summer 2016 • Intern for social enterprise start-up that addresses social and urban issues in Dublin, Ireland. Outreach to Dublin City Council and communities in Dublin for funding/sponsorship of events on civic issues, such as vacant spaces, sustainability • Drafted project proposals and pitches that effectively detailed the start-up’s mission; managed social media accounts KSPC Claremont 88.7 FM, General Manager, Claremont, CA Summer 2015 • Managed and programmed DJ shows, ticket giveaways, publicity/program guide, organized in-studio sessions with live bands and guests/interviews, wrote PSAs, blog posts and station promos, managed KSPC sponsored concerts and events, organized a month-long youth radio program KSPC Claremont 88.7 FM, Volunteer Coordinator, Claremont, CA Aug. 2014 - May 2015 • Developed and oversaw master schedule of volunteers for 24/7 broadcast schedule, planned team building events for all KSPC volunteers among the colleges • Trained new DJs and music reviewers ARTstART, Community Curator Intern , Claremont, CA Aug. 2014 - May 2015 • Paid intern for community program to educate high school students about local art and art history • Created and prepared lesson plans and art activities at local elementary schools and high schools combined with museum tours at local museums in the Inland Empire region BCBG MAXAZRIA, Sales Associate, Palo Alto, CA Summer 2014 • Consistent top seller in designer women’s clothing store; studied and reviewed seasonal styles and new clothing lines to provide targeted assistance to customers

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE/ACTIVITIES___________________________________________________ KSPC Claremont 88.7 FM, DJ; Promotions and Publicity Volunteer, Claremont, CA • On air radio DJ with live two-hour weekly radio show, The Weekly Dose • Promote KSPC events and shows via social media

Fall 2013-Present

Scripps Live Arts Club, Co-President, Claremont, CA Fall 2013-Present • Plan and organize on campus live concerts and research local music talent • Negotiate band contracts and organize live events; designed Scrips Live Arts logo and t-shirt

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JV and Varsity Lacrosse, Menlo School, Atherton, CA • Two-year starting varsity defender, lettering each year for nine-time league champions • Managed year-long training and practices of 10-20+ hours/week with academics Languages: German (Level 3) French (5+ years of study, including AP French)

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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts, Mathematical Economics and Fine Art • GPA: 3.7/4.0 • Awards: Dean’s List, Scripps Presidential Scholarship, Denver Public Schools Retired Employees Scholarship, Junior Humanities Institute Fellow • Relevant Coursework: Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Economic Statistics; Econometrics; Accounting; Financial Economics; Linear Algebra; Differential Equations; Computer Science; Labor & Personnel Economics; Game Theory

EXPERIENCE Clifford Swan Investment Counsel, Intern, Pasadena, CA June 2016 – August 2016 • Developed a 3 page report and presentation on Union Pacific in order to brief the counselors on the company and created an investment thesis for them based on research and conversations with UNP’s investor relations team • Synthesized earnings reports for four companies into one page summaries for the investment research team • Worked with several investment counselors to determine how to allocate equities and fixed income assets within the portfolios of five high net worth individuals Student Investment Fund, Secretary, Scripps College, Claremont, CA January 2015 – Present • Prepared and presented both qualitative and quantitative stock analysis pitches to the board which were later purchased by the Fund • Managed security investments to help grow the portfolio gifted by a Scripps alumna to almost $300,000 • Worked closely with the president to restructure our goals and how we conduct meetings in order to manage the portfolio more effectively Finance Committee, Student Representative, Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2015 – May 2016 • Assisted the Board in developing the current year’s budget, developing next year’s budget, creating a ten-year plan for the college, comparing metrics to other peer institutions, and analyzing the capital structure of the college Center for Work, Health and Environment, Finance Intern, University of Colorado Denver June 2015 – August 2015 • Reconciled 3 years of financial data from 5 accounts in the University’s accounting system into QuickBooks • Managed a financial analysis project to determine Health Links’ sustainability as a stand-alone business and its larger effect on the operation of the Center • Presented findings to department heads within the Colorado School of Public Health and offered suggestions to help them make decisions on how to proceed with Health Links The Infinite Monkey Theorem Urban Winery, Marketing Intern, Denver, CO May 2014 – August 2014 • Created and fostered partnerships with local food trucks and hotels to better customers’ experiences • Developed branded descriptions for the monthly wine club and newsletter sent to over 2,200 subscribers

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Economic Statistics Tutor, Scripps Tutoring Program, Claremont, CA September 2015 – Present Nominated by two Economics professors to tutor students in Econ Stats Officer at Large, Econ Society, Scripps College August 2015 – May 2016 Organized economic related events for the whole student body Teaching Assistant, Scripps College Math Department, Claremont, CA August 2014 – Dec 2015 Selected by faculty in the Scripps Mathematics department to grade homework for Calculus I Peer Mentor, New Student Program, Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – May 2015 Mentored a group of seven first year students to help them adjust to life at Scripps

SKILLS & INTERESTS • Skills: Microsoft Word, Excel (advanced), PowerPoint, QuickBooks, STATA, Python • Interests: Contemporary, Impressionist, and Abstract art; Alpine Skiing


HOME TAYLOR C-H INDUSTRY: Museum Work Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Art History Senior Thesis: “The Cultural Mosaic Under the Tesserae: Local Identity in the Iconography and Compositions of Roman Floor Mosaics” Cumulative GPA: 3.67 Dean’s List Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 Sarah Lawrence College, Paris, France

Semester Abroad, Spring 2016

Experience Curatorial Intern June-August 2016 Department of European Painting and Sculpture, Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO • Assisted with the forthcoming French paintings catalogue • Organized and labeled documents for curatorial object files • Compiled information on the exhibition history, provenance, and bibliography of works of art in the collection Graphic Design Assistant September-December 2015 Office of Marketing and Communications, Scripps College • Created marketing materials for Scripps College • Edited and formatted existing materials for both online and print publications Mellon Research Fellow June-August 2014 Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College • Organized and used primary source documents to research the life and work of American photographer Dody Weston Thompson • Curated an exhibition of Weston Thompson’s work which was on display at the Clark Humanities Museum at Scripps College (April-May 2016) • Wrote wall texts and a press release for this exhibition • Wrote a report for Scripps College and the Mellon Foundation and presented this research at the Scripps Undergraduate Research Symposium • Assisted with other tasks, events, and exhibitions at the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery Development Department Intern Legal Aid of Western Missouri • Wrote case studies to be used in reports and grant proposals • Contributed to grant proposals • Catalogued donor materials

June-August 2013

Tour Guide June-August 2012 Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO • Lead tours for children of the sculpture park as part of the Teen Guide Program “Sculpture in the Summer” Skills Proficient in French (reading, writing, and speaking) Proficient in Adobe InDesign, Lightroom, and Photoshop Experienced in both digital and darkroom photography Proficient in Microsoft Office and comfortable with both Mac and PC platforms


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INDUSTRY: Museum Work EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont CA. BA Studio Art (Honors) Thesis: “Dissociative Anonymity: Performative Photography and the Use of Uncanny Disguise” Award: Art Department Innovation Award for outstanding thesis project Burren College of Art, Study Abroad, Ballyvaughan, Ireland EXPERIENCE Video Production Intern, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). New York, NY. · Supervisor: Eva Kozanecka, Digital Media: Video Department · Assisted in production of new YouTube series and Artist Profiles · Provided administrative support: scheduling, emails, creative deck creation, etc. · Produced live-streams of MoMA lectures, announcements, events through MoMA YouTube channel · Edited and generated original video content (timelapse, clips) for social media platforms Digital Content Intern, Everyone is Gay. New York, NY. · Director: Kristin Russo · Created original digital content for social media platforms (Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr) · Reorganized and refreshed written content on Wordpress website and YouTube Channel · Researched and contacted new writers for Wordpress advice content · Created original written content for organization’s monthly newsletter · Produced weekly GIFs in Photoshop as promotional material Facebook Live streams IIT Intern, Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia, PA. · Supervisor: Ariel Schwartz, Information and Interpretive Technologies Department · Assisted with projects related to digital interpretation of in-gallery installations · Launched and user-tested new wayfinding app · Performed video editing and production for special exhibitions · Created still photographs of existing interpretation devices; wrote narrative text for relaunch of the permanent collection. Multimedia Intern, Project Basho and ONWARD Photo. Philadelphia, PA. · Director: Tsuyoshi Ito · Assisted with creation of the ONWARD Photo photography seminar class for Japanese students · Helped manage audio and video aspects of course material recordings · Set up live broadcasts of portfolio review for students of the international course. Editorial Intern, SG Scripts. Cambridge, MA. · Owner: Sandy Goldberg · Transcribed interviews, edited scripts and MP3 tracks for multimedia guides for: Michael C. Carlos Museum permanent collection Boston Museum of Fine Art The Van Gogh Museum DESIGN WORK Lead Designer, You Must Not Know: Scripps Senior Art Exhibition - Drafted and created exhibition material including announcement cards and posters - Handled production, financing, and printing of all materials MEDIA LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEER Art Director, Invisible Literary Magazine, Scripps College - Manage submissions from artists, curate and select contributions for publication DJ, KSPC Radio, Scripps College - Plan, organize, and host weekly two-hour radio program

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SKILLS · Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Premiere, InDesign, Audition, GIF creation, digital illustration) and Pro Tools · Google Drive (Google Doc, Sheets, Slides), Gmail, Google Calendar · Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook) · TMS (The Museum System) · Social Media Platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Wordpress, Tumblr, YouTube, etc. and Live Streaming features on YouTube and Facebook · Experience with studio photography/lighting, audio and video editing, film scanning


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Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA

May 2017

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art History Current GPA: 3.67 Senior thesis: exploring the display of contemporary art within white cube gallery spaces specifically MOMA, Dia: Beacon and the New Museum. Course work includes modern European, medieval European, Japanese prints, arts in China, art since 1989, Native American art, modern architecture and sustainability, courses in computer science and art conservation. University College London

Spring, 2016

Study abroad semester at the University College London in London, England studying art history. Course work included questions of feminism in contemporary art, Renaissance sculpture, and art in early modern Europe.

Professional Experience Wilson Intern, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College

Fall, 2016 - Present

Work includes organizing and cataloguing the permanent collection, helping prepare for upcoming exhibitions, planning an exhibition in the spring and presenting to a board of collectors desired additions to the collection. This year’s work will be culminated into a report written in the spring. Archives Intern, Brooklyn Academy of Art

Summer, 2016

Worked with BAM historical material, cataloguing significant pieces in Collective Access. Experience reading BAM’s Retention Guide, using archival language to distinguish the significance of material to determine what to discard. Teaching Artist Apprentice, Main Line Art Center

Summer, 2014

Worked as Teaching Artist Apprentice at Main Line Art Center in Haverford, Pennsylvania. Observed and facilitated artistic lesson plans for elementary aged school children ages 6-12. Intern at the City of Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program

Spring, 2013

Helped with office work, worked in archives for exhibit displayed at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and painted mural with participants of the restorative justice program.

Leadership Skills Peer Mentor, Scripps College President, Scripps College Art Collective

Skills Technical: Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Collective Access Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Language: Conversational Spanish, Introductory French

2014-2015 2015-2017


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Scripps College GPA: 3.6 | GPA in Major: 3.9 Honors Studio Art | Concentration: Photography [ Graduation: December 2016 Thesis | Performing the Uncanny: An Exploration of Self Through Alternate Process Photography | 2015-2016

Visual Art Experience: Artist Books Published Scripps College Press [ Fall 2016 Worked in Scripps College Press, created two multiple edition artist books, books are now in special collections in university libraries across the country

Various class exhibitions | Fall 2014, Spring 2016, Fall 2016 Installation cut paper sculpture, ceramics, and digital art

Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery exhibition of thesis project | Spring 2016 Juried gallery exhibition of alternative process photography from senior project

Editor-in-chief of [In]visible Magazine | 2015-2016 Ran a feminist art and literary magazine for three semesters: ran meetings, planned events, managed staff.

Lead Design Editor of [In]visible Magazine | 2014-2015 Headed layout design staff on feminist art and literary magazine after being a staff designer and artist for a year

Photographer and graphic design intern for Project Cordillera | Summer 2014 Created a welcome book for travelers using the socially responsible tourism company based in Huaraz, Peru. Took photos of local community and hiking trails to promote Project Cordillera

Teaching Experience: Taught Third Semester Spanish discussion class at Scripps | Spring 2015 Taught Spanish to fourth graders at Chaparral Elementary | Fall 2014

Other Work Experience: Jewelry sales person at Meierotto Jewelers | Summer 2016 Worked with buying and selling jewelry with customers and vendors, wrote appraisals, helped organize events

Awards: Lucia Suffel Crafts award | Art Department Honors Award for thesis work Epsilon Zeta chapter of Sigma Delta Pi | National Spanish Honor Society

Skills: Professionally proficient in Adobe Creative Suite Advanced photographic work | Digital and B&W dark room Spanish | Professionally proficient reading, writing and speaking French | Intermediate reading, beginner speaking and writing Print and book making Plaster and clay sculptural work


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INDUSTRY: Museum Work

Education Hometown: Dallas, Texas High School: The Hockaday School in Dallas, Texas • Awards: Founder’s Day Award; Sudie Duncan Citizenship Award; Orville Thorp Memorial Trophy for French Scholarship • Headmistress’s List – high honor roll (9-12) Scripps College, Claremont, California Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry Major, French Minor • 3.87 GPA; Dean’s List: Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016 • Senior thesis: Gold-catalyzed intramolecular hydroamination reactions of unfunctionalized alkenes Medical experience Dr. John LoMonaco, M.D., F.A.C.S., Houston, Texas May 23rd – 27th, 2016 • Observed various laser and skin care treatments such as Botox, tattoo removal, and lip fillers • Observed as the nurses and physician met with patients and explained procedures like breast augmentations, tummy tucks, liposuction Dr. Charles Polsen, MD, League City, Texas May 24th and May 26th, 2016 • Watched the following surgeries: a facelift, a breast reconstruction, and an endoscopic carpal tunnel release Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital, Hamilton, Montana June-August 2014; July-August 2015; July-August 2016 • Shadowed Internal Medicine Hospitalists for four months (6 days a week, 8 hours per day in 2014; 2015 summer spent weekends and days off shadowing) • Accompanied the doctors on rounds, observed diagnosis discussions, and practiced solo History and Physical Examinations with various patients • Witnessed Emergency Room procedures, Imaging Department procedures, hospital laboratory work (microbiology and hematology lab), Heart Institute procedures (pulmonary function test, stress test, electrocardiogram, and bubble test) • Observed multiple surgical procedures, including: Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal, Carotid stenosis procedure, removal of melanoma from neck area, and Upper Endoscopy Research experience and employment Intramolecular Hydroamination Reactions, Keck Science, Claremont, California October 2015-Present • Researched intramolecular hydroamination reactions occurring with unfunctionalized alkenes in the presence of gold nanoclusters used as catalysts in Dr. Anna Wenzel’s research lab Tutor, Scripps College, Claremont, California March 2014-Present • Tutored 2-4 students weekly in General Chemistry, Introduction to Biological Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry by solving problems and explaining concepts • Asked by my previous Organic professor to weekly tutor a student in Organic chemistry by explaining reactions and concepts IBC Lab Assistant, Keck Science, Claremont, California Fall 2014; Fall 2015 • Collaborated with a fellow lab assistant 2 times per week to make solutions and set up laboratory equipment necessary for appropriate experiments for the Introduction to Biological Chemistry class


HOME General Chemistry Lab TA, Keck Science, Claremont, California January 2015-May 2015 • Assisted the professor teaching lab every other week for four hours by helping the students complete their lab experiments and during the off week, held office hours for two hours, answering questions about the lab and postlab assignment, and graded their assignments Summer laboratory experience Rocky Mountain Laboratories Summer Intern (NIH), Hamilton, Montana June-August 2015, 2016 • Researched flavivirus proteins causing Endoplasmic Reticulum rearrangements in HEK 293-T cells in Dr. Marshall Bloom’s Biology of Vector-Borne Viruses laboratory • 2015 Research culminated in a presentation in front of the Laboratory of Virology and at the 2015 Summer Student Symposia demonstrating that constructs 4A and 2B-4A showed the highest Protein Disulfide Isomerase (ER cellular marker) • 2016 Research culminated in a presentation in front of the Laboratory of Virology and at the 2016 Summer Student Symposia indicating the effect that small molecule compounds like Tunicamycin, Kifunensine, and Brefeldin A have on Langat virus protein and dsRNA expression in HEK-293T cells, SK-N-SH cells, and ISE6 cells • Acted as an administrative assistant for both the 2015 and 2016 Summer Student Symposia Presentations • NIH Rocky Mountain Laboratories in August 2015 – Tick-Borne Flavivirus Proteins o Laboratory of Virology during the weekly Virology in Progress meetings o 2015 Summer Student Symposia: symposium for post-baccalaureates and summer interns working at RML • Advanced Laboratory in March 2016 – Screening of Lake Sediments for Emerging Contaminants o Liquid Chromatography Atmospheric Pressure Photoionization and Electrospray Ionization coupled to High Resolution Mass Spectrometry • NIH Rocky Mountain Laboratories in August 2016 – Small Molecule Compound effects on Langat virus protein and dsRNA expression o Laboratory of Virology during the one of the weekly Virology in Progress meetings o 2016 Summer Student Symposia Skills and Hobbies • Research techniques: Cell Passage; Plasmid Transfections; Immunofluorescence Technique; Fixation of Cells for Electron Microscopy; analyzing components using Thin-Layer Chromatography; liquid-liquid extractions; working with live virus in a Biosafety Level-2 lab; observing the structure of a molecule with Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) • French: business level proficiency (Business French Exam Diploma received in the 11th grade of high school) • Long distance running: 2015 Missoula Marathon • Past community service activities: Perry School tutoring (tutored sixth graders in math) and Genesis Women’s Shelter (cared for the children of battered women while the mothers received counseling)


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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA  B.A. in Art (honors), magna cum laude  Senior Thesis: The Ceramic Body: Concepts of Violence, Nature, and Gender  Dean’s List 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015; GPA 3.8  Recipient of the 2016 Lucia Suffel Crafts Award

May 2016

Studio Art Centers International, Florence, Italy January 2015 – April 2015  Semester abroad with focus in Drawing, Fashion Design, Sculpture, Art History, and Italian Language

EXPERIENCE Instructor, Camp Fashionista, San Jose, CA  Led and assisted day-long drawing and sewing classes for students ages 6-12  Participated in the management of camp curriculum and upkeep of the studio

May 2016 – Present

Attendant, Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Claremont, CA September 2012 – May 2016  Greeted visitors and provided information about exhibit  Assisted during gallery receptions and learned about preparing works for exhibition Digital Imaging Assistant, Scripps College Visual Resources September 2012 – May 2016  Conducted the organization, scanning, preservation, and digital image editing of thousands of slides  Composed PowerPoint presentations for faculty  Uploaded and maintained digital image archives for Claremont University Consortium’s Image Database Intern, Made Sewing Studio, Seattle, WA June 2015 - August 2015  Assisted and led beginner and intermediate sewing classes five days a week for children ages 5 to 12  Participated in the development, organization, and management of camp curriculum Recipient of Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Research Grant, Scripps College May 2014 – Sept 2014  Researched, interviewed, and wrote about a group of 20 female artists and their works  Co-curated an exhibition on a portfolio of 20 prints  Designed and wrote a brochure and composed piece abstracts for exhibition Intern, Camp Galileo, Cupertino, CA June 2013 - August 2013  Participated in the setup, cleanup, organization, and management of day-long camp five days a week  Supervised and collaborated with children ages 4 to 13 in educational indoor and outdoor activities Instructor, Lord of the Light Art Studio and Gallery, San Jose, CA July 2009 - August, 2012  Individually instructed, advised, and mentored students ages 4 to 12 to help them develop visual art skills and become acquainted with fine art tools

SKILLS Technical: Proficient in drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, and digital arts; Basic experience in graphic design, animation, photography, and sewing Software: Experienced with both Mac and Windows systems, Microsoft Office and Mac Productivity Apps, and Adobe Creative Suite’s Photoshop and InDesign


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INDUSTRY: Museum Work Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Bachelor of Arts in Art Conservation • GPA 3.74 • Thesis: Body, Blood, and Flood: The Ripple of Kinesics Through Nature in Leonardo da Vinci’s Art Studio Art Center International, Florence, Italy

May 2017

Jan 2016-Apr 2016

Experience Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare Mar 2015-May 2015, Aug-Dec 2015 Human Resources, Central Supply Volunteer, Claremont, CA • Optimized workflow in order to facilitate improved patient care • Maintained an organized supply room for entire hospital • Stocked supplies in patient and storage rooms Scripps College Sept-Dec 2015 Note Taker for Classics Department, Claremont, CA • Scribed legible and concise notes for students with learning disabilities MCLA Psychiatric Office June 2012- Apr 2013, June-Aug 2014, May-Aug 2015 Office Assistant, Glendale/Burbank, CA • Managed and filed 125 patient’s medical charts daily • Regulated prescriptions between doctors and pharmacies through fax • Digitized insurance billings for the office • Catalogued old medical charts to be stored or shredded Project ARTstART Jan 2015-May 2015 Community Curatorial Intern, Claremont, CA • Mentored 60 high school students in creating art based lessons for 4 elementary schools • Encouraged discussion about art and community artists • Facilitated collaborations with artists, curators, and students New Student Program Scripps College Aug 2014-May 2015 Peer Mentor, Claremont, CA • Facilitated smooth arrival of first-years to Scripps College • Worked with a team of 4 other mentors to promote community building and inclusivity • Programmed educational and fun events for the residential hall (3 events/month, attendance of 15-40 people) • Used social media and designed fliers to promote events Los Angeles Equestrian Vaulting Club Sept 2011 – Aug 2013 Coach, Los Angeles, CA • Maintained a working barn and oversaw the logistics and safety of a vaulting program (4 horses/10 students) • Fostered fitness and team building skills • Mentored and coached students while traveling to competitions • Taught vaulting at summer riding camps to children with disabilities Secretary of Board of Directors • Participated and voted in monthly Board of Director meetings • Transcribed detailed minutes of every board meeting to email to board members • Liaised between board members, coach, and club members

Skills and Recognition • • • • •

Computer: LoggerPro, VassarStats, Mesquite, LabQuest, Microsoft Office, Latex Familiar Chemistry Lab Techniques: HP-LC, FTIR, Cyclic Voltammetry, Langmuir-Blogett Trough, UV-Vis Spectroscopy Beginner German (written, spoken), Beginner Italian (written, spoken) Deans list scholar Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015 “Protecting Human Research Participants” National Institute of Health certification 2015

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Guided tours for Basilica di Santa Croce in Florence, Italy Administered tests to screened people for diabetes in at-risk communities

Other Activities


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EDUCATION Scripps College ; Claremont, California Bachelor of Arts in English with Minor in Art, Expected Graduation May 2017 • GPA : 3.9 • Honors & Awards : Dean’s List, Harold Graham Memorial Scholarship in Art Study Abroad, Studio Art Centers International ; Florence, Italy Fall Semester 2015 (September-December)

EXPERIENCE Gallery Assistant Intern at FARAGO • • • • •

Preparation of labels, artists’ exhibition cards, price listings, and signage Dismantling, packing, and shipping exhibition pieces Upkeep and organization of artist files Assistance 
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September 2013 - Present

Answer telephone and in-person inquiries, referring patrons to librarians for further assistance when necessary Catalogue and sort books and other print materials according to procedure, return them to designated storage areas Organize and maintain periodicals and reference materials Maintain and troubleshoot problems with library equipment Enter and update patrons' records on computers

Freelance Photographer • • •

June 2014 - August 2014

Greet patrons and direct them to proper theatres Assist patrons with locating theatres, restrooms, concession stands, and exits Maintain cleanliness of individual theatres and common areas Monitor and replenish supply of products in condiment areas Check security of theatres and assure adherence to safety rules

Special Collections Assistant at Ella Strong Denison Library •

May 2015 – August 2015

September 2012 - Present

Process photos, edit, and retouch images using Adobe Photo programs Manage logistics of planning and scouting for shoot locations Technically proficient in camera equipment, film, lenses, filters, and lighting

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Mac, PC, Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook), Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Social Media Platforms, Wordpress, Printmaking in a wet darkroom Swimming, Creative Writing, Analogue Photography, Early Modern English Theatre, Post-War American Poetry, Makeup Artistry, Bookmaking


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development EDUCATION SCRIPPS COLLEGE Claremont, CA Bachelor of the Arts, Molecular Biology Expected May 2017 • 3.8 GPA, Dean’s List SP14, F16, SP16 • Recipient of the Moser Trust for Science Scholarship • Team Master’s Project through Keck Graduate Institute as alternative thesis • Related coursework: Cancer Biology, Chemistry with lab, Organic Chemistry with lab, Biochemistry, Biology with lab, Cellular Biology with lab, Molecular Biology lab, Genetics, Marine Ecology with lab, Intro Computer Science, Project Management • Biotechnology R&D (Amgen sponsored class) in high school UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND St. Lucia, QLD, Australia Study abroad through IFSA-Butler July 2015- November 2015 • Studied Australian terrestrial and marine environment, Indigenous traditions, and issues facing first nation people EXPERIENCE TEAM MASTER’S PROJECT, KGI Claremont, CA Undergraduate Team Member August 2016-May 2017 • Worked on a team with 3 master’s students and faculty advisor Jim Sterling on a project assigned by Thermo Fisher Scientific as alternate to traditional thesis • Created project charter, interacted with corporate liaisons, recorded key decisions made in meetings, interviewed researchers, contributed to project planning and production of deliverables, applied cell culture concepts, organized data, and presented to company leadership W.M. KECK SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Claremont, CA Undergraduate Research Assistant February-June 2016 • Performed DNA barcoding of beetle species to infer evolutionary relationships and test phylogeographic hypotheses for a project assessing biodiversity of regions threatened by habitat loss due to human development, project done in collaboration with Professor Roberta Engel • Trouble-shot experiments, extracted DNA, ran PCR, conducted gel electrophoresis independently every week for 4 hours during the Spring semester RESEARCH TECHNIQUES • Very familiar: DNA extraction, PCR, DNA gel electrophoresis, making agarose gels, light microscopes, nanodrop spectrophotometry, titration, TLC • Somewhat familiar: yeast cell culture, cell cloning and transformations, immunoblotting, spot assay, fractional distillation, fluorescence microscopy, SDS-PAGE ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE NCAA TRACK AND FIELD Claremont, CA Sprinter January 2014-May 2015 • Awarded Varsity Letter and nominated as Breakthrough Athlete of the Year across all Claremont-MuddScripps sports teams for my dedication and improvement over the course of the 2014 season SKILLS Computer skills: Microsoft Word, Excel (Lynda.com certification), and Power Point, Python PADI certified Open Water SCUBA Diver Proficient in Spanish (reading, writing, speaking)


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development EDUCATION May 2016 Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Bachelor of Arts, Neuroscience (honors), cum laude (GPA: 3.6/4.0) • Thesis: "Cognitive Contributions to Academic Procrastination: Investigating Individual Differences of Personality and Delayed Discounting of Rewards" • Relevant Coursework: Cellular/Molecular Neuroscience, Systems Neuroscience, Neuroimaging with Lab, Cognitive Psychology with Lab, Psychology of Language, Memory and Language with Lab, Clinical Neuropsychology with Lab, Psychological Statistics, Research Design and Methodology in Psychology, Introduction to Computer Science

CERTIFICATIONS & SKILLS Certifications: Protecting Human Research Participants, National Institute of Health, License 1748208 (April 2015) Computer skills: Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), WordPress, intermediate proficiency in SPSS Statistics, E-Prime Psychological Software, some knowledge of Java, MATLAB, HTML, UNIX commands

EXPERIENCE September 2016 - present Application Development Associate, MightySignal, San Francisco, CA • Work in electronics lab assisting application developers. Perform research and data integrity verification to support product testing. Recruit potential clients and promote product on social media. August 2016 - present Alumnae Admissions Interviewer, Office of Admissions, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Interview prospective students interested in alma mater. Evaluate and prepare written reports on applicants’ academic potential, interest in and fit with college. Answer questions and provide information on personal experiences attending Scripps College. Institutional Review Board (IRB) Student Representative, Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2015 - May 2016 • One of three student representatives selected to participate on the IRB. Reviewed and evaluated research proposals conducted by students, faculty and staff at Scripps College, providing input to the committee on potential risks and concerns related to the protection of rights and welfare of human participants. Recommendations led to revisions of research methodologies and consent and debriefing processes. August 2013 - May 2014 Mentor, Asian American Sponsor Program, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Mentored three Asian American first-year students to help their transition to college. Met with students at least monthly to provide advice and address social, academic, and diversity/inclusion concerns. Part of a committee that planned and organized six study-break events for first-year students and other mentors. May 2013 - August 2013 Technical Team Project Manager, Cancer Commons, Palo Alto, CA • Facilitated communication among developers and designers around the world, debugged and performed usability tests on the organization’s website and “Donate Your Data” site and helped standardize the debugging process. Designed and developed an online application to monitor the status of the website. Produced editorial content for promotional videos and company news updates. Wrote articles providing information and resources related to new cancer research and treatments. Marketing Analyst, RemitHome, Oakland, CA June 2012 - August 2013 • Improved layout and content of corporate website and online transaction service interface by conducting competitive and user interface analyses. Performed usability testing of the redesigned service; provided critique and recommendations to the marketing and product development teams. Designer/Programmer, The Athenian School, Danville, CA September 2011 - June 2012 • Designed and built an Electronic Mood Reader and Visualizer prototype to determine a person's affect by using physiological measures (pulse, temperature, and skin conductivity). Researched expected physiological changes so the device could respond accurately. It also displayed results using color, motion, and spatial location on an LCD screen. Presented invention at Bay Area Maker Faire in San Mateo, CA.


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A collaborative and people-oriented Emergency Medical Professional with deep interest in healthcare and a strong record of accomplishments supporting patients, family members and communities for a better quality of life.   

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K ECK SCIENCE D EPARTMENT , Claremont, California Research Assistant, December 2015 – Present • • • •

Organic Chemistry Lab project on Hydroamination with Organocatalysts. Limited examples of asymmetric, intramolecular hydroamination reactions employing dienes have been reported. Focused study on use of organocatalytic hydroamination of alkenes and dienes through preparation of Bronsted acid catalysts. Poster and thesis presentation at American Chemical Society for production of 1,2-dihydroquinolines using efficient Organocatalysts.

S OUTH A SIAN M ENTORSHIP P ROGRAM , Claremont, California Head Mentor and Founder, April 2016 – Present • • •

Raised inter-cultural, ally training, queer identity awareness and enhanced student engagement by founding first South Asian Mentorship Program across the five Claremont Colleges. Invited guest speakers to the Claremont Colleges to create dialogue around South Asian Identity. Collaborated with administration to provide more facilities and resources for students and raised student morale.

WEST COAST EMT , Anaheim, California

Emergency Medical Technician, August 2015 – September 2015 • •

Provided emergency medical assistance as Certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Educated EMT candidates as Trainer at West Coast EMT Orange County.

SCRIPPS COLLEGE , Claremont, California

Team Leader and Head Mentor, August 2014 – Present • • •

Led a team and directed a program to extend mentorship opportunities to other students in need. Invited and collaborated with speakers to discuss issues on mental health and raised level of awareness across student body. Supported students in power-based personal violence, including sexual assault, stalking and partner violence as Nationally Certified Violence Prevention Mentor.

E ISENHOWER MEDICAL CENTER , Palm Springs, California Medical Research Intern, May 2014 – August 2014 • •

Enhanced healthcare setting by analyzing healthcare policies at the hospital. Reviewed policies with key stakeholders, such as, doctors, nurses and patients and recommended modifications of policies based on their input. Reviewed the practices on prevention and control for MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) to help reduce healthcare costs, improve patients’ well-being and reduce the need of placing patients in isolation in Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit.

S T . J UDE MEDICAL CENTER , Fullerton, California President of Youth Leadership Team, June 2011 – June 2013 • • • •

Organized a team of over 300 volunteers at St. Jude Hospital to support patients and their families. Organized speaking and charity events for volunteers. Invited academicians and business persons as speakers to share their experiences. Raised over $3,500 for the Neighbors Helping Neighbors Organization to provide for underinsured and uninsured.


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SCRIPPS COLLEGE , Claremont, California, Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology, Expected May 2017 Courses: Molecular Biology Statistics Physics I/II Organic Chemistry I/II Biochemistry Biomechanics Vertebrate Physiology Organic Chemical Synthesis Genetics HIV/AIDS Chemistry


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development EDUCATION Scripps College; Claremont, CA. Bachelor of Arts (anticipated May 2017) Major: Biochemistry University of Edinburgh; Edinburgh, UK (Spring 2016)

EXPERIENCE Research Assistant at Keck Science Department Claremont, California (2015-Present) Conduct independent research in molecular biology under the advisement of Professor Edwalds-Gilbert. Investigated the effect of various phenols on stress responses within cells. Designed and carried out lab protocols and was responsible for independently generating consistent and publishable data. Organic Chemistry Teaching Assistant at Keck Science Department Claremont, California (2016-Present) Assist organic chemistry students with lab work. Create a safe working environment and assist students with grasping material. Hold office hours to answer questions, and grade lab materials. Molecular Biology Teaching Assistant at Keck Science Department Claremont, California (2016-Present) Assist students with molecular biology lab. Prepare reagents and other materials, and oversee students and answer questions as they conduct the lab. Assist with general understanding of laboratory procedures and general molecular biology concepts. Scripps College Academy Teaching Assistant Scripps College Claremont, California (Fall 2015) Collaborated with PI to develop a semester-long curriculum to introduce 5 high achieving underrepresented high school students to a molecular biology lab as part of the Math and Science Scholars Program. Taught proper lab safety techniques as well as fundamental molecular biology tools. Supported students in the development of final presentation. Organic Chemistry Lab Assistant at Keck Science Department Claremont, California (Fall 2015) Prepared solutions, solvents, and unknowns for the organic chemistry lab course. Enacted proper lab safety techniques while handling large quantities of hazardous materials. Successfully synthesized accurate reagents for use in experimentation. Assistant Curator at Claremont Colleges Library Special Collections Claremont, California (2013 - Present) Took inventory of materials and worked with students in research projects. Create metadata for various forms of media such as audio files, and photographs. Keck Science General Chemistry 14 Tutor Keck Science Department Claremont, California (2014 - 2015) Assisted students in their understanding of the material for general chemistry, help students prepare for upcoming exams, and answer questions regarding problem sets, labs, and general understanding of current material. Keck Science General Chemistry 14 Lab Teaching Assistant Keck Science Department Claremont, California(Fall 2014) Assisted general chemistry students in their lab. Create a safe working environment and offer correction where appropriate. Answered questions regarding the lab, and graded lab reports. Staples Customer Service Associate Phoenix, Arizona (Summer 2014) Assisted customers with finding and purchasing desired products. Ensured customers left satisfied with their purchases.

PRESENTATIONS The effect of phenolic stress on the unfolded protein response of ergosterol deletion mutants of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Edwalds-Gilbert, Gretchen. Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research (Fall 2015) Membrane fluidity and its effect on Ire1 clustering in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Edwalds-Gilbert, Gretchen. The Allied Genetics Conference 2016 (Summer 2016) Membrane fluidity and its effect on Ire1 clustering in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Edwalds-Gilbert, Gretchen. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Undergraduate Research Presentations (Fall 2016) The ERG2 gene is necessary for the optimal function of the Unfolded Protein Response after phenol stress, Edwalds-Gilbert, Gretchen. American Society for Cell Biology Annual Conference (Invited-Winter 2016)

SKILLS Computer Aeon Library Systems, Archivists Toolkit, BLAST, ApE, Finch, Quast, Rasta Laboratory Culture growth; yeast and bacterial transformations; RNA, protein, and plasmid purifications; ReverseTranscriptase PCR; Southern blots, primer design, fluorescence microscopy, immune-precipitation, western blot


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Pre-Medicine, Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Language • Minor in Chemistry • 3.96 GPA, Dean’s List Fall 2013 – Spring 2015, Spring 2016 , Brazil Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro • Semester abroad • GPA: 4.0, classes conducted exclusively in Portuguese

Expected May 2017

July – December 2015

Cleveland High School, Portland, OR • GPA: 4.0, rank: 1 of 359, Valedictorian • International Baccalaureate Programme, Received Diplomma

Class of 2013

RESEARCH AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCE Research Intern, Keck Graduate Institute, Claremont, CA April 2016 – Present Dr. Katerina Venderova, PharmD, PhD • Worked under Dr. Venderova in researching genetic components of Parkinson’s Disease • Developed skills in working with Drosophila melanogaster • Accepted to and participated in KGI Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Program (June – Aug. 2016) Hospital Volunteer, Citrus Valley Health Partners, West Covina, CA Sept. 2016 – Present • Accepted to COPE Health Scholar volunteer program • Assisted nurses and medical staff with hospital duties, including taking patient vitals • Rotated in Medical/Surgery Unit, Mother Baby Care Unit and Labor and Delivery floors • Interacted with patients in both English and Spanish Medical Shadowing, Clínica Pública de Salud, Cuenca, Ecuador • Observed medical procedures and diagnoses, including vaccinations and minor surgery • Assisted with medical examinations, preparation, and clinic administration • Participated in medical-related community events (birthing classes, nutrition advising) • Communicated with patients and medical staff exclusively in Spanish Student Resource Advocate, City of Hope Hospital, Pasadena, CA • Responsible for informing patients of hospital resources and services • Acted as liaison between patients and medical staff • Communicated with patients in both English and Spanish

June – July 2014

Sep. – Dec. 2014

EMPLOYMENT Products Manager, The Motley Coffee House, Claremont, CA Nov. 2015 – Dec. 2016 • Responsible for product and inventory duties for non-profit, student-run business • Designed interactive inventory system that integrates Excel and Java Script functions • Communicated with local and national vendors • Participated in management of a team of 50 student baristas Tutor, Organic Chemistry, Claremont, CA • Provided one-on-one tutoring for student in Organic Chemistry five days a week • Taught student through self-planned lectures and problem sessions

May 2016 – Present

SKILLS AND AWARDS • • • •

James E. Scripps Scholar, 2013 – Present (four-year merit-based scholarship for half tuition) Recipient: Betty Pickering James ’33 Scholarship (academic merit award) Language Proficiency: Advanced conversational and written Spanish and Portuguese, Intermediate conversational and written Mandarin Chinese Computer: Microsoft Excel, R, JavaScript (basic), Python (basic), Adobe InDesign


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THERESA W

INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development EDUCATION 2013-2017

Summer 2015

Scripps College Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry (Expected May 2017) Senior Thesis in Biochemistry (Completed December 2016) o “Preliminary Characterization of the Molecular Basis for Interaction of Meiotic Proteins Mek1 and Hop1 in S. cerevisiae�, Advisor: Dr. Kevin Corbett, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research San Diego Branch, UCSD Study Abroad The School for Field Studies Center for Sustainable Development Studies in Atenas, Costa Rica o Completed course work in Natural Resource Management, Economics of Sustainable Development, and Tropical Ecology, conducted field research.

HONORS AND AWARDS 2013 Accelerated Integrated Science Sequence (AISS) o Chosen by application as one of twenty eight first year students from the incoming classes of Scripps, Claremont McKenna, and Pitzer Colleges to participate in the program 2013 National AP Scholar o Average score of at least 4 on all AP Exams taken and scores of 4 or higher on eight or more exams

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Summer 2016 Laboratory of Structural Biology, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research at University of California, San Diego, Advisor: Dr. Kevin Corbett o Project: Preliminary Characterization of the Molecular Basis for Interaction of Meiotic proteins Mek1 and Hop1 in S.cerevisiae o Worked independently on a project for senior thesis. This involved cloning, purifying protein, conducting binding assays, and attempting to crystalize protein. Summer 2015 Laboratory of Structural Biology, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research at University of California San Diego. Advisors: Dr. Kevin Corbett and Dr. Namit Singh o Project: The Binding of Monomethylated and Acetylated Histone H3 to the Tandem PHD Domain of DPF2 o Worked closely with a Postdoctoral Research Fellow on a project. This involved growing and purifying large amounts of protein, setting trays for crystal screens, and optimizing crystallization conditions. Summer 2014 Laboratory of Structural Biology, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research at University of California San Diego. Advisors: Dr. Kevin Corbett, Tiffany Su o Prepared stock solutions and media for the lab, expressed and purified proteins for use by lab members, assisted with projects of graduate students and other technicians in the lab. RELEVANT COURSEWORK 2016-2017 Molecular Biology, Cell Biology (taking Spring 2017), Bioinformatics and Genomics (taking Spring 2017) 2015-2016 Quantum Chemistry, Special Topics in Advanced Genetics, Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology of Cancer, Structural Biology 2014-2015 Organic Chemistry with Lab, Genetics, Thermodynamics 2013-2014 AISS (equivalent to introductory biology, physics, and chemistry)


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RESEARCH TECHNIQUES Very Familiar DNA Gel Electrophoresis SDS PAGE PCR Protein Expression Protein Purification FPLCE Operation & Interpretation Fluorescence Polarization (FP) Binding Assays DNA Plasmid Purification Setting Protein Crystal Trays Making Antibiotic Plates Making Stock Solutions and Buffers

Somewhat Familiar Nickel Pulldown Assays Southern Blotting Limited Proteolysis NMR Optimizing Crystal Screening LIC Cloning PCR-Based Mutagenesis UV-Vis

TECHNOLOGICAL SKILLS Proficient in PyMOL and Chimera molecular modeling software Proficient in basic python coding (introductory CS course taken at Harvey Mudd College)

OTHER EXPERIENCES 2013-2017 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Varsity Division III Lacrosse Team 2016-2017 Scripps Biochemistry Tutor o Tutored peers in biochemistry coursework as part of a peer-to -peer tutoring program through the Dean of Students. 2016-2017 Claremont Colleges Fighting Cancer Executive Board- Publicity Co-Chair o Help organize and disseminate information for community building and fundraising events as head of the publicity committee. Lead a group of students on the committee along with one other co-chair. Fall 2016 Upward Bound Tutor o Tutored high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors at South El Monte High School once a week, assisting in a study hall environment answering questions in a variety of subjects. 2015-2016 Laboratory Prep Assistant for Introductory Biology and Chemistry Labs 2015-2016 Claremont Colleges Against Cancer Executive Board-Committee Development Chair o Participate in the planning and execution of all club events including the Claremont Colleges Relay for Life, lead events for club members to foster better teamwork and communication 2014-2015 Introductory Chemistry Teaching Assistant. o Graded written assignments, assisted with laboratory supervision. 2014-2015 Claremont Colleges Against Cancer-Production Committee Member o Help plan club events, help organize entertainment and activities for Relay for Life of the Claremont Colleges


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EDUCATION Scripps College • Claremont, CA • Expected Graduation Date: May 2017  Bachelor of Arts in Biology, minor in Chicana/Latina Studies WORK/RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Neuroscience Intern—Janssen Pharmaceutical Co. of Johnson & Johnson Summer 2015, 2016  Thesis Project: “Novel Links in the Neuroinflammatory Network: Response of Blood Brain Barrier Cells in the CNS to Pathogens” (December 2016)  Identified new targets in the blood brain barrier that help control neuroinflammation associated with mood disorders  Cultured primary human endothelial cells, astrocytes, and pericytes  Stimulated human cells in vitro with Toll-like receptors and Nod-like receptors and measured immune factor/protein secretion through Luminex assay Research Assistant—Wiley Lab, W.M. Keck Science Center 03/2015 - 05/2016  Explored the role of histone deacetylases in chromatin dynamics  Studied relationships between histone modifications and gene expression using protozoan Tetrahymena thermophila Tutor—Scripps College Academy 08/2015 - 05/2016  Tutored low-income middle school students from Los Angeles in all subjects  Helped students develop study skills necessary for academic success Biology Teaching Fellow—Breakthrough Collaborative Summer 2014  Served as a full-time teacher for low-income middle school students to advance their academic opportunities and launch them on a successful path to college  Developed Biology curricula from scratch, created daily lesson plans and assessments, and led laboratory activities and dissections for students  Inspired college-bound students and increased student awareness of higher education opportunities through college presentations, workshops, and college preparatory classes Research Intern—Kesari Lab, UCSD Moores Cancer Center 12/2011 - 04/2013  Measured cell proliferation and differentiation in Glioblastoma cells and Neural stem cells when stimulated with immunosuppressant and chemotherapy drugs  Processed patient blood plasma, serum, cerebral spinal fluid, and brain tumors RESEARCH TECHNIQUES  Primary cell culture, Luminex Assay, ELISA, RNA Isolation, RNA QC, Flow Cytometry, Gel Electrophoresis, Western Blot, Gene Transformation, PCR, Spectrophotometry ACTIVITIES/VOLUNTEER Co-founder, Head Mentor—South Asian Mentorship Program 08/2015 - present  Further awareness of South Asian issues by organizing cultural, political, social, and educational activities for the 5 college South Asian community


HOME • Serve as a mentor for any South Asian student at the Claremont Colleges • Organized and led a full-time training week for a team of mentors Co-founder—5C DESI Musical Group 08/2016 - present • Perform South Asian musical arrangements across the Claremont Colleges Medical Volunteer—Scripps College Medical Team 08/2015 - present • CPR/First Aid/AED and Triage Certified through the American Heart Association • Assist medical team during emergencies and drills on campus 08/2013 - 05/2016 President, Board Member—Ekta: South Asian Student Association • Led an executive board of officers; Organized cultural outreach events for 250+ members • Fundraised and managed a $12,000 budget for Sanskriti—the largest student-run production at the Claremont Colleges • Established an annual bone marrow drive to increase donor matches in the community • Choreographed and led Bollywood performances for multiple events Sponsor—Asian American Sponsor Program at Scripps College 08/2014 - 05/2015 • Provided academic, social, and emotional support to all incoming AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) students • Conducted workshops, events, and discussions for the AAPI community on campus President, Board of Director—Science Fair Student Advisory Board 2009 - 2013 • Helped organize and operate the Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair • Conducted workshops, mentored students one-on-one on project development, and visited schools to discuss the advantages of participating in Science Fair Medical Volunteer—Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla, CA 2009 - 2013 • Worked in Oncology Wing and Cardiac Center; transported specimens and blood, assisted patients and staff, retrieved supplies, administrative work Choir Leader—Chinmaya Dhvani 2007 - 2013 • Lead youth/adult choir for six years at Chinmaya Mission San Diego AWARDS • National Merit Scholar—National Merit Scholarship Corporation 2013 st 2010, 2011, 2013 • 1 place winner—Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair nd • 2 place winner—Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair 2012 • Accepted into California State Science Fair competition 2011, 2013 • Professional Society Awards—San Diego MENSA, Kaiser Permanente, Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, San Diego County Pharmacists Association 2011, 2012, 2013 • High School Diploma in Social Music—National Guild of Piano 2013 • Certificate of Merit—National Guild Piano Auditions 2003 - 2013 st • 1 place winner—Bhagavad Geeta Chanting competition 2005 - 2010 SKILLS • Organizational Leadership, Written/Conversational Spanish Language Proficiency, CPR/First Aid/AED Certified, Triage Training, Classroom Management, Prism, MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Teal Dot Sexual Assault Prevention, Ally Training


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development Education:

2017: Scripps College, Claremont, CA: Human Biology major 2013: Davis High School, Davis CA AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

2014-present 2015 2014 2013 2013 2013 2012

Shawnee Tribe College Funding Support. Shawnee Tribe Sponsorship Funding Award for Internship at Northeastern Tribal Health System, Miami Oklahoma Scripps College Motley Funding Grant to Support Travel to Internship in OK Cool Davis 2013 Eco-Hero Award- High School Liaison to Cool Davis Soroptomist International Violet Richardson Award for Community Service Outstanding participation in English and Social Studies, Davis High School. Golden Heart Award, City of Davis, CA. Annual Service Award for Outstanding Teen Involvement in Community Service. INTERNSHIPS AND RESEARCH

Healthcare Internship, Sacramento Native American Health Center, California. December ‘16- January ‘17 • Internship in the Native American Health Clinic working in the Primary Care Department. My schedule included rotations helping Kiyanoosh Pourmonshi, PA-C and Medical Assistants throughout the clinic. Research Internship, Department of Orthopedics, Boston Children’s Hospital, Massachusetts. June- August 2015 • Internship in the lab of Dr. Matthew Warman. The goal in this overarching research study in the Warman Lab is to model CLOVES syndrome in a mouse, and my specific project was to test whether the lab’s genetically engineered allele worked and could successfully turn the mutation for CLOVES on and off. Conducted independent research study and presented talk on results. Research Internship, The Ferré/Marquet Vaccine Research Center at Pitzer College. January 2015- present • Completed GFP Protocol, which was to create an artificial plasmid to insert into N. benthamiana to express the Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP) gene along with agrobacterium that makes the plant glow. The plasmid contains kanamycin resistance gene and the TMV (tobacco mosaic virus), which we hope will provide an avenue to develop treatment for rabies in the future. • One of the goals of the Grill Research Lab is vaccine development from plants for rotavirus, east coast fever, and rabies. Healthcare Internship, Northeastern Tribal Health System, Miami, Oklahoma. January 2015 • Internship in the Tribal Health Clinic working in Departments of Pharmacy, Health and Wellness, and Nursing. My schedule included rotations helping in the clinic pharmacy, general family practice and pediatrics clinic, public health nursing and wellness clinic which included diabetes care. Research Internship, Department of Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior, UC-Davis. May -August 2014 • Internship in the lab of Dr. Barbara A. Horwtiz. Responsibilities involve assisting research projects including oxygen-glucose deprivation (OGD) of the hippocampus of rats and hibernating hamsters as well as OGD of the nucleus tractus solitarii (NTS) in hibernating species to determine ideal conditions for maximum neuro-protection from strokes. Additional responsibilities include creating buffer solutions, electrode work, data entry, and data analysis.

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HOME Research Internship, Keck Science Department, Scripps College. September 2013-May 2014 • Internship in the neuroscience lab of Dr. Melissa Coleman. Responsibilities involve assisting various senior theses research projects including analyzing Zebra Finch songs and mating patterns. By using programs such as Sound Analysis Pro and filming the behavior of the finches, we were able to analyze the importance of male song on female mate selection. Additional responsibilities included caring for the animals, data entry, and data analysis. Research Internship, Department of Earth Sciences, University of California-Davis. 2011-2013 • Internship in the geology lab of Dr. Isabel Montanez. Responsibilities involve filtration of ash samples, sifting and picking conodonts, collecting data and taking pictures of Brachiopods, and analyzing stomata on ancient leaf samples. • November 2012. Co-author in academic talk to be presented at the Geological Society of American Annual Meetings, November 2012, Charlotte, NC. Carboniferous Atmospheric CO2 and Climate: An Integrated Fossil Cuticle and Paleosol Carbonate Analysis by Dominique Garello, Isabel P. Montanez, Richard S. Barclay, Jennifer C. McElwain, Asha Byrd, and W.A. Dimichele. (https://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2012AM/finalprogram/abstract_209155.htm) • Research Paper “Variation in Stomata and Climatic Change” by Asha Byrd, Dominique Garello, and Isabel P. Montanez. 2013. This research project examined climatic conditions in the Illinois Basin through the study of variation in the frequencies and characteristics of the stomata on the fossil tree fern species Macroneuropteris scheuchzeri. By using the automated Leica Digital Camera System, stomata and epidermal cells were counted and analysis/measurements were taken. Research, Cool Davis Initiative, City of Davis. 2010 - 2013 • Low Carbon Diet Research Project: First steps to smaller footprints: What works For Whom? Conducted a long-term project and collected data from Davis residents to gain insight on how Cool Davis Initiative can help guide and facilitate residents to becoming more energy efficient and environmentally responsible. 2011-2012. (http://www.cooldavis.org/wp-content/uploads/FINAL-First-Steps-to-SmallerFootprints.pdf) • • • • • • • •

CURRENT MEMBERSHIPS & EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Mentor, South Asian Mentor Program (2016-present) IndigeNATION (Mentorship program for local Native American high school students in preparation for college application process), Claremont Consortium, Representative (2015-present) SACNAS (Society for Advancement of Hispanics/Chicanos and Native Americans in Science) Member, (2014present) Scripps College Representative for SACNAS (2014-present) Mentor, Asian American Sponsor Program (2014-present) Bollywood Dance Club (2013-present), Choreographer (2014-present) Tutors for a Cause, Tutor, Pitzer College (2015-2016) California Scholarship Federation (Lifetime member)

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HOME TECHNICAL SKILLS Scientific • Ash Sample Filtration • Extensive Experience with Epifluorescence Microscopes • Extraction and Preservation Preparation of Macrofossils • Analyze and Cut Bird Songs using SAP2011 program • Create Buffer Solutions • Brain Tissue Slicing • Dissection of Hamster and Rat Brain Tissue (Hippocampus and NTS) • Staining and Dehydration of Brain Tissue • Electrode Stimulation and Recording of Hippocampus and NTS • Experience using Cryostat Microtome

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Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Microsoft Powerpoint Adobe Photoshop Leica Microscope Imaging Software Sound Analysis Pro (2011) Audacity Audio Editor Bio-Rad Droplet Digital PCR

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COMMUNITY SERVICE Active Youth for Education (AYE). 2010-2013. Founder. AYE brought elements of basic education to disadvantaged individuals and families to help them overcome challenges in their lives and strive to make important changes. The education is provided through informal seminars by experts on different topics. • Fire Safety by City of Davis Fire Department, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 9/ 2010, 7/2011. • Childhood Development by Lynn Arner, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 11/2010. • Parenting Skills by Pauline Wooliever, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 12/ 2010, 5/ 2011, 2/2012. • Disaster Preparedness by City of Davis Police Department, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 5/2011, 2/2011 • Christmas Stockings, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 12/2011. • Elements of Nutrition by Rachel Scherr, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 1/2012, 2/2012. • Career Counseling by Andrea Weiss, Life Skills Group, Owendale Community, South Davis. 5/2012. • Christmas Door Decorations, Davis Courtyard Retirement Center. 12/2012. Cool Davis Initiative (CDI), City of Davis, CA. 2010-2013. Member of Core Group and High School Representative. Affiliated with the City of Davis, CDI is an organization geared towards reduced the city’s carbon emissions. Monthly to bimonthly meetings of the core group to plan events, outreach and education. • Cool Davis Annual Festival. Help in organization and recruitment. 10/2010-10/2012. • No Impact Man film showing. Introduction of Mayor. Public meeting, Davis. 2/2011 • Interviewed by Davis Community TV to highlight the work of CDI. 6/2011. • Cool Davis 2011. Interviewed attendees on environment. Recruitedvolunteers.10/2011. • Introduction of Your Environmental Road Trip producer Mr. M. Dixon, Davis 3/19/2012. • Interface with Davis High School Environmental Club. 2011-2013. • CDI Speaker at the Davis City Council Meeting, 10/2012.

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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development EDUCATION Scripps College Claremont, CA September 2013- May 2017 (Expected) Major: Molecular Biology Relevant Coursework: Calculus III, Linear Algebra, Introductory Biology with Lab (2 semesters), Accelerated General Chemistry with Lab, Principles of Physics with Lab (2 semesters), Organic Chemistry with Lab, Cell Biology with Lab, Genetics, Biochemistry, Computer Science (Python), Statistics, Vertebrate Physiology with Lab, Molecular Biology with Lab Future Coursework: Physical Chemistry, Computer Science (Racket, JAVA, Prolog and JFlap) Thesis: “Effect of HDAC (Thd2) on chromatin maturation in Tetrahymena thermophila” WORK EXPERIENCE Keck Science Department: Dr. Emily A. Wiley’s Research Lab Claremont, CA October 2015- Present Molecular Biology research lab working on DNA histone modification and chromatin maturation using the species Tetrahymena thermophila. Responsibilities included making SDS-polyacrylamide gels, running SDS-gels for chemiluminescent imaging, Coomassie staining, collecting and prepping flow cytometry data, isolation of nuclei and chromatin from whole cells. Clinical Follow-Up Intern, South Asian Heart Center, El Camino Hospital Mountain View, CA June 2016- August 2016 Summer intern at the South Asian Heart Center, focused on preventing early heart disease in the South Asian Community. Had appointments with participants guiding them into a heart healthier lifestyle by suggesting better meditation, exercise, diet, and sleep habits. Other responsibilities included finding a better appointment scheduler for the center, training high school and incoming summer interns, organizing physical and virtual files, entering publications into their database, going to local outreach events, and scheduling participant appointments. VOLUNTEERING Scripps Medical Team Claremont, CA Fall 2015 – Present CPR, First Aid and AED certified through American Heart Association and Triage Training Certification. Summer 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015 Stanford Auxiliary Junior/College Volunteer Palo Alto, CA Trauma Services: I performed office work where I organized medical files, performed administrative and clerical work Cancer Boutique: delivered gifts and flowers to patients in their rooms, ensured patients’ morale was elevated Ambulatory Surgical Center: assisted at the reception, guided patient’s families through the procedure of checking in, escorted families to the patient’s rooms, and helped doctors identify patient’s family. Total of 105 hours completed. LEADERSHIP POSITIONS Claremont Ekta Claremont, CA September 2015- Present Board member of South Asian Club at the 5 Claremont Colleges (Scripps College, Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, Pitzer College and Pomona College). The Ekta board is a group of 15 South Asians from the student body on the campuses that puts together political, cultural, and social events for South Asian students and is a voice for them. Asian American Sponsor Program Claremont, CA August 2014- August 2015 Sponsor for incoming first-year Asian American college students Organized and planned an event to educate on stress and burnout and its effect on the Asian American community EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES


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Shadowing: Pathologist, Oncosurgeon, OB/Gyn, and Radiologist Faridabad/Noida, India August 2015 Observed surgeries of breast cancer patients and cesarean sections. Also observed biopsies and general procedure of mamographies, ultrasounds, CT scans and MRIs. September 2013-February 2014 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Women’s Diving Team Claremont, CA Received varsity letter for competing on behalf of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletics September 2008-August 2013 Stanford Diving Palo Alto, CA Active member of Stanford Diving team and participated in various inter-club competitions Practiced 5 days per week RESEARCH TECHNIQUES Very Familiar: Gel Electrophoresis Immunoblotting (Western Blot) Flow Cytometry Fluorescent Imaging

Somewhat Familiar: Recrystallization Simple/Fractional Distillation Liquid-liquid Extraction Thin Layer Chromatography

Southern Blot Restriction Enzyme Digest PCR Column Chromatography

SKILLS Languages: Verbal and written Spanish, Conversational Hindi Computer Skills: Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft PowerPoint Software: Programming- Python, JFLAP, Logisim Other: SCUBA Open-Water Certification (PADI)


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Bachelor of Arts in Art Conservation • GPA 3.74 • Thesis: Body, Blood, and Flood: The Ripple of Kinesics Through Nature in Leonardo da Vinci’s Art Studio Art Center International, Florence, Italy

May 2017

Jan 2016-Apr 2016

Experience Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare Mar 2015-May 2015, Aug-Dec 2015 Human Resources, Central Supply Volunteer, Claremont, CA • Optimized workflow in order to facilitate improved patient care • Maintained an organized supply room for entire hospital • Stocked supplies in patient and storage rooms Scripps College Sept-Dec 2015 Note Taker for Classics Department, Claremont, CA • Scribed legible and concise notes for students with learning disabilities MCLA Psychiatric Office June 2012- Apr 2013, June-Aug 2014, May-Aug 2015 Office Assistant, Glendale/Burbank, CA • Managed and filed 125 patient’s medical charts daily • Regulated prescriptions between doctors and pharmacies through fax • Digitized insurance billings for the office • Catalogued old medical charts to be stored or shredded Project ARTstART Jan 2015-May 2015 Community Curatorial Intern, Claremont, CA • Mentored 60 high school students in creating art based lessons for 4 elementary schools • Encouraged discussion about art and community artists • Facilitated collaborations with artists, curators, and students New Student Program Scripps College Aug 2014-May 2015 Peer Mentor, Claremont, CA • Facilitated smooth arrival of first-years to Scripps College • Worked with a team of 4 other mentors to promote community building and inclusivity • Programmed educational and fun events for the residential hall (3 events/month, attendance of 15-40 people) • Used social media and designed fliers to promote events Los Angeles Equestrian Vaulting Club Sept 2011 – Aug 2013 Coach, Los Angeles, CA • Maintained a working barn and oversaw the logistics and safety of a vaulting program (4 horses/10 students) • Fostered fitness and team building skills • Mentored and coached students while traveling to competitions • Taught vaulting at summer riding camps to children with disabilities Secretary of Board of Directors • Participated and voted in monthly Board of Director meetings • Transcribed detailed minutes of every board meeting to email to board members • Liaised between board members, coach, and club members

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Computer: LoggerPro, VassarStats, Mesquite, LabQuest, Microsoft Office, Latex Familiar Chemistry Lab Techniques: HP-LC, FTIR, Cyclic Voltammetry, Langmuir-Blogett Trough, UV-Vis Spectroscopy Beginner German (written, spoken), Beginner Italian (written, spoken) Deans list scholar Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015 “Protecting Human Research Participants” National Institute of Health certification 2015

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Guided tours for Basilica di Santa Croce in Florence, Italy Administered tests to screened people for diabetes in at-risk communities

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Education Scripps College: Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations ● Public health concentration, Pre-med science coursework ● Dean’s List Fall 2015, Spring 2016

Expected May 2017

Research Experience Research Assistant - Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare: Pomona, CA May 2015-present ● Conducted a clinical research pilot project for 13 children on the autism spectrum aged 7-11 ● Lead a team of research volunteers to create new ways for patients to advance social language skills using LEGOs ● Developed curriculums and carried out assessment tests. Currently working on paper and conducting statistical data analysis Undergraduate Research Assistant - Harvey Mudd College: Claremont, CA June 2014-Sept 2014 Funded by Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI)- Catherine McFadden lab ● Examined genetics and biodiversity of corals sent from Madagascar and Taiwan ● Extracted DNA, then purified, quantified, and sequenced to accurately identify coral species. ● Attained user knowledge of DNA sequencing programs such as MacClade, EditSeq, and PhyML to create phylogenetic tree. ● Presented poster of scientific findings at The Claremont Colleges research symposiums: Taxonomic Classification of Octocoral Species Using mutS and CO1 barcode Marker Genes Work Experience Teacher’s Assistant - W. M Keck Science Department: Claremont, CA Sept 2014-present ● Assisted in teaching introductory chemistry lab concepts to about 23 students each semester and grade Excel reports Chemistry Lab Stockroom Assistant - Harvey Mudd College: Claremont, CA Sept 2013-May 2015 ● Set up Harvey Mudd first year chemistry lab experiments and logged in chemical waste Activities and Community Engagement Debate Union: The Claremont Colleges Sept 2015-present ● Compete in British parliamentary debates and engage in educational outreach for local middle and high school students ● Developing public speaking and professional communication skills Al Shifa Clinic: San Bernardino, CA Nov 2014-present ● Interact with patients and their dedicated physicians with various specialties ● Clinic offers free health services for the impoverished and underserved locals, majority of whom are Hispanics Literacy for All Monterey Park: Monterey Park, CA Sept 2015-Dec 2015 ● Tutored adults to prepare for U.S naturalization exam with Pitzer’s Community Health class ● Population was majority Asian immigrants with low English language proficiency Kaiser Permanente Hospital: Fontana, CA June 2009-Feb 2015 ● Participated in wellness program for inpatient pediatric patients by comforting or conversing with them ● Observed doctors at work and how they communicated with their patients and peers Leadership Secretary - Scripps Associated Students: Scripps College Sept 2016-present ● Elected student government position on the executive board Staff Editor and Writer - The Port Side Magazine: The Claremont Colleges Feb 2014-Dec 2015 ● Wrote and edited political articles relating to international, national, and on campus events ● Conducted interviews with faculty and students Sponsor - Asian American Sponsor Program: Scripps College Sept 2014-May 2015 ● Mentored a group of 6 Scripps College first year, Asian American students ● Promoted events focused on creating a dialogue on issues facing Asian Americans at a micro and macro level Honors and Awards Stan Larson Scholarship May 2013 ● Awarded by the Claremont Kiwanis Club to a student who has served the community through volunteer work Skills and Knowledge ● Languages: Fluent in Urdu, Conversational Spanish ● CPR & First Aid certified, expires October 2016


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Hispanic Studies (Double Major) • Senior Thesis in Biology on the genomic structure and function of titin in mammalian muscle • Senior Thesis in Hispanic Studies on urban indigenous health care and community-based primary care in Chile • Scripps College Dean’s List (Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016) • Sigma Delta Pi National Spanish Honor Society Nominee The School for International Training (SIT), Arica, Chile • Program in Public Health, Traditional Medicine and Community Empowerment

Feb. 2016 – Jun. 2016

RESEARCH Undergraduate Researcher, Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA Oct. 2016 – Present • Work on a collaborative project in the labs of Dr. Findley Finseth and Dr. Jenna Monroy • Study the gene that encodes for the protein titin (TTN) in mammals and develop bioinformatics techniques to study the role of various gene regions in determining muscle structure and function Summer Research Intern, Bruins in Genomics, UCLA Institute for Quantitative and Computational Biosciences Jun 2016 – Aug. 2016 • Worked in the Li Microbiome Lab and studied the role of different hypervariable regions of the 16S rRNA gene in determining the taxonomic composition of the human skin microbiome • Gained extensive hands-on experience in QIIME, NGS techniques, Python and Shell script writing, and command line work May 2016 – Jun. 2016 Student Researcher, The School for International Training (SIT), Santiago, Chile • Conducted an independent research project in medical anthropology in conjunction with SIT and the Western Metropolitan Health Service • Performed an ethnographic study of an autonomous indigenous health center in the Metropolitan Region and studied the center’s role in community health and engagement RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Private Piano Teacher/Tutor, Scripps College Music Department and Menlo Park, CA • Work with students between the ages of 5 and 22 in 30-60 minute weekly sessions • Teach beginner to advanced classical piano technique and music theory

Jun. 2014 – Present

Jan. 2015 – Present Lead Student Mentor, Music Mania Program, Claremont, CA • Develop and lead bi-weekly lesson plans for a class of ~30 grade school students • Teach fundamental concepts of music theory and music-making in an accessible, interactive learning environment Oct. 2014 – Dec. 2015 Private and Group Calculus Tutor, Scripps College Dean of Students • Assisted 6 students enrolled in single and multivariable calculus at the Claremont Colleges during weekly individual sessions • Assisted groups of students weekly at a drop-in math tutoring center Student Trainee, Center for Advanced Pediatric & Perinatal Education, Stanford University May 2015 – August 2015 • Operated AV system and assisted in simulation-based training of Stanford Medical School neonatal, pediatric and obstetric ICU medical residents and health care professionals from around the U.S. Clinical Care Extender Intern, Citrus Valley Health Partners, West Covina, CA Jan. 2015 – May 2015 • Partnered with health care professionals to improve patient experience and increase efficiency of health care delivery • • • •

ACTIVITIES AND SKILLS Classical Piano Student, Scripps College Music Department, Scripps College Oct. 2013 – Present Cross Country and Track & Field Student Athlete, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletics Oct. 2013 – Present Computer programming skills in Python, Java and Racket and facility with bioinformatics tools including R, QIIME, NCBI-BLAST, Microsoft Excel, and local terminal-based programs Literacy and advanced verbal skills in Spanish language


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EDUCATION SCRIPPS COLLEGE | CLAREMONT, CA

Expected Graduation Date: May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience (pre-medical) Cumulative GPA: 3.42 Minor in Art History Honors and Awards: Claremont Colleges Neuroscience Fellowship Recipient (Summer 2016), Dean’s List (Spring 2015), International Baccalaureate Diploma Recipient, Academic All-American of the National Forensic League, AP Scholar

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE WESTERN UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES | POMONA, CA

Oct. 2014 – Dec. 2016

Neurotoxicology Research Assistant (School of Pharmacy)  Supervisor: Arezoo Campbell  Completed a year-long thesis titled “An in vitro study of human astrocyte senescence and the potential neuroprotective effects of melatonin”  Maintained sterile cell cultures and performed various immunohistochemistry assays to test experimental designs  Spearheaded initiatives and novel models to refine cell maintenance techniques to induce human astrocyte senescence  Collaborated with multiple lab researchers to develop plans and generate ideas for future experiments for improvements on current projects

CASA COLINA CENTERS FOR REHABILITATION | POMONA, CA

Feb. 2015 – May 2016

KECK GRADUATE INSTITUTE | CLAREMONT, CA

Jul. 2014 – Aug. 2014

Clinical Research Assistant  Supervisor: Sheila Rosenberg  Researched literature and prepared experimental design in LEGO StoryStarter therapy for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders  Developed and outlined 20-week intervention curriculum, study’s goals and protocol, and completed an approved IRB proposal  Organized materials and ongoing data for up-to-date and easily accessible information on current work in the study  Led the design for Casa Colina’s application of LeGoff’s (2004) LEGO Therapy trials as a control and starting point for the s tudy Microfluidics Lab Research Assistant  Supervisor: Anna Hickerson  Collaborated with supervisors and managers to design different experiments and troubleshoot issues with the relevant biotechn ology  Conducted targeted experiments on electrowetting platform to collect data and record observations in order to configure future equipment  Initiated lead conferences with corporate sponsors in order to present findings in an organized, efficient way and to relay progress

VOLUNTEER & LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE PROJECT ARTSTART | CLAREMONT, CA

Community Curator Intern & Teaching Mentor Aug. 2014 – Present  Approved and assisted development of teaching plans and training lessons for high school students to present to elementary school students  Facilitated executive meetings amongst interns to plan program goals, progress, and outreach in order to continually expand organization  Took an administrative role in providing feedback and evolving projects to boost student creativity and leadership within their teaching teams

Student Advisory Group: Founding Member Jun. 2013 – Aug. 2014  Developed ARTstART’s mission statement, curriculum, and program structure to set foundations for a successful non -profit organization  Collaborated in teaching groups to plan lesson logistics and present material in classes of ~30 students at disadvantaged elementary schools

SCRIPPS ASSOCIATED STUDENTS | CLAREMONT, CA

Aug. 2016 – Present

Faculty-Staff Relations Chair  Elected to maintain student, faculty, and staff dialogue and transparency in academic policies and to convey students’ academic needs  Active voting member of student government Executive Board promoting and programmi ng measures that enhance campus community

ADDITIONAL SKILLS Technical Skills:  Technology and Program Proficiency  Microsoft Office: Multiple years of experience in PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and Outlook  4 months of training and experience as a Scripps College Information Technology intern  Proficiency in data organization using SPSS software  Design Experience: 3 years of experience with Photoshop and InDesign garnered from personal interest and student-run organizations  Language Skills: fluent in Vietnamese (Native Speaker); proficient in French (5 Years of Education), rudimentary Danish (1 semester) Other Skills:  Social Networking: Can promote and disseminate information to reach a wide audience using Facebook, Instagram, and Tumblr  Public Speaking:  Claremont High School Debate Captain  4 years of membership and multiple awards in a competitive high school public speaking league


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development

EDUCATION

Scripps College – Claremont, CA August 2013 - May 2017 Bachelor of Arts Psychology; Minor: Media Studies GPA: 3.9 • Relevant Coursework: Statistics, Research Methods, Psychological Statistics, Abnormal Psychology, Psychology of Women, Psychology and Law, Cognitive Development, Relationships and Psychopathology Seminar. • Awards: Deans List (2014-2016)

EXPERIENCE

Teaching Assistant—Claremont, CA Teaching Assistant for Research Methods Class at Scripps College • Assists the Professor with creating assignments and lesson plans. • Holds office hours to help students with their course work.

August 2016– Present

Research Assistant – Claremont, CA August 2015– Present Research Assistant for Professor Hartley’s Neuroscience Lab • Assists the investigator and lab manager in recruiting participants and conducting EEG tests with participants. Research Intern—New York, NY June 2016– August 2016 Research Intern at The Seaver Center at Mount Sinai Hospital • Assisted the research coordinators and doctors in data entry, assessment, and patient care. Social Work Intern—New York, NY June 2016– August 2016 Social Work Intern at Mount Sinai Hospital • Assisted the Pediatric Oncology Social Workers and team in facilitating patient care, helped parents and children understand the treatment they were undergoing. Planned Parenthood Recovery Assistant—New York, NY June 2016– August 2016 Planned Parenthood Recovery Assistant at the Planned Parenthood Health Center • Assisted the nurses in providing emotional and physical care to the patients and assisted patients in understanding their procedure. Hospital Intern, Pediatric Cardiology– New York, NY June 2012– August 2012 Hospital intern with social work department • Worked with and supported children in waiting room until parents’ or siblings’ operations were finished • Organized and marketed an event for pediatric cardiology patients—handled fundraising, program content, etc.

LEADERSHIP

Founder and President of Planned Parenthood Club Leader and founder of Planned Parenthood club on campus Youth Power Summit with Planned Parenthood Club Leader and campus facilitator Life and Style Writer – Claremont, CA Investigator and Writer for Student Life Paper

SKILLS AND INTERESTS

• Technical: Microsoft Office, Photoshop, SPSS, Data entry with VAN • Interests: Clinical Psychology, Fitness, Campus Organizing, and Women’s Health

September 2015 – Present October 2016 September 2014 – May 2015


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development Current Address: 1030 Columbia Ave. #955 Claremont, CA 91711

Education

Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology Minor in Foreign Languages

Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, Mexico (semester abroad)

Permanent Address: 130 Lindholm Lane Bayside, CA 95524 Expected May 2017 Spring 2016

Senior Thesis Research KGI School of Life Sciences, Claremont CA August 2016-present • Experience in microbiology techniques of antibiotic testing. • Design and implement experiments, optimize protocols for infection of Drosophila melanogaster. • Drosophila melanogaster colony maintenance.

Northcoast Preparatory Academy, Arcata, CA IB diploma

Research and Healthcare Experience

Volunteer and Teacher’s Assistant UNASSE A.C. Mérida, Mexico • Assisted with youth behavioral therapy sessions. • Shared and translated resources from English to Spanish. • Assisted with STI prevention events and campaigns.

June 2013

January 2016–April 2016

Health Education Program Director LASPA Center, Scripps College, Arcata, California May -August 2015 • Developed and implemented a health education training series for rural Latino youth. • Managed a $4,000 budget. • Collaborated with four community partners and organizations including Planned Parenthood and Open Door Community Health Center. Disparities Elimination Summer Research Intern DESRE program, Georgia Southern University and the NIH, Statesboro, GA June - July 2015 • Completed two journal articles with publication potential on rural health disparities faced by diabetic and hypertensive patients. • Collaborated on health intervention strategies for surrounding communities. • Trained in SPSS.

Hospital Volunteer Pomona Valley Health Center, Pomona, CA August 2014- May 2015 • Assisted physicians and nurses with surgical procedures by keeping infants calm, re-stocking rooms, and feeding. • Provided health information to patients. • Gained skills in premature infant care. Community Health Center Member Services Project Intern Open Door Community Health Center, Arcata, CA • Designed and implemented the county-wide Campaign for National Health Center week. • Created materials for and lead outreach events.

June 2014-August 2014


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Employment

Shadowed physicians. Entered and managed data for grants and outside patient care.

Peer Health Educator Coordinator and Peer Health Educator Sallie Tiernan Field House, Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 -Present • Create Health Education trainings for new peer health educators. • Collaborated with supervisor to create lesson plans and intervention strategies. • Research health topics and create presentations. • Create health education events for students and link them to resources. • CO-Manager of Outdoor Women Leaders (OWL) Scripps College, Claremont CA August 2015- Present • Organize and lead overnight backpacking and camping trips. • Coordinate gear rental and run gear rental room. • Collaborate with other students to put on events about outdoor education and activities. • Petition for and manage budget. • Approve hours for other employees and oversee schedules. Co-Leader of Scripps Queer-Allied Student Union SCORE, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Program campus events which discuss sexuality/ gender • Create a safe space for queer people to discuss their experiences • Coordinate and collaborate with other campus groups • Practice group leadership and organization

September 2015–present

Core Curriculum Peer Mentor Scripps College, Claremont CA August –December 2015 • Facilitated group discussions about curriculum and intersectional identities. • Problem-solved issues that arose in terms of classroom dynamics and power with professors and staff. • Provided support and mentorship to first-year college students.

Camp Counselor and Educator Northstar Quest Camp for girls, Produced by the Ink People, Eureka, CA June 2013- July 2013, July 2014-August 2014 • Mentored girls ages 11-13 as a camp counselor. • Created and presented lessons on sexuality, menstruation, and healthy relationships. • Lead discussions about diversity, and personal challenges with the girls.

Experience and Skills

Fluent in Spanish Advanced French Proficient in Microsoft Office Proficient in SPSS Lifeguarding experience: September 2013- March 2014 CPR/AED certified through NOLS Wilderness First Responder Certification: NOLS (Current through 2018). Laboratory skills: PCR, Drosophila melanogaster colony maintenance, vector cloning, literature review, Bradford assay, bacterial colony maintenance and streaking, column chromatography, His-tag chromatography.

Awards and Recognition

Ann Peppers Foundation Scholarship Recipient 2013-2017 Dean’s List: Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Spring 2016. IFSA-Butler Academic Achievement List Spring 2016 Johnson Summer Research Grant Recipient Summer 2016 LASPA Center Grant Recipient Summer 2015 Scripps College Summer Internship Grant Recipient Summer 2014 Humboldt County Rising Star award, Eureka CA, 2013


HOME ELIZA L INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development OBJECTIVE: To contribute to a cutting-edge research program while gaining exposure and experience for a future career in scientific research

EDUCATION Scripps College

Claremont, CA

Major: Biochemistry Thesis: Engineering Taq polymerases for the reverse transcription of 2’ modified DNA

DIS Copenhagen

May 2017

Copenhagen, Denmark

Study Abroad: Biomedicine

Fall 2016

Relevant Coursework: Accelerated Introduction to Chemistry, Introduction to Biology, Introduction to Organic Chemistry, Introduction to Physics, Genetics, Medical Biotechnology & Drug Development, Epigenetics, Independent Study: DNA Polymerase Engineering, Advanced Laboratory, Principles of Quantum Physical Chemistry, Principles of Thermodynamics, Physical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Introduction to Computer Science, Molecular Biology*, Cellular Biology* (*indicates anticipated completion prior to graduation)

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Research Assistant

Claremont, CA

W.M. Keck Science Department / Advisor: Aaron M. Leconte January 2016 - present • Initiated and completed project to evaluate rationally-designed mutant DNA polymerases for reverse transcription of 2’ modified DNA. • Cloned 15+ mutants using Phusion site-directed mutagenesis. • Expressed and purified 15+ mutant polymerases. • Evaluated 15+ mutant polymerases for their ability to reverse transcribe 2’OMe modified DNA relative to control enzymes. • Discovered 4 rationally designed mutant DNA polymerases with improved reverse transcription activity.

SKILLS Biochemical techniques: Phusion site-directed mutagenesis (includes primer design, PCR, DNA purification and ligation, plasmid purification, DNA sequencing analysis), protein expression and purification (includes bacterial cell culture, lysis, nickel column chromatography, SDS-PAGE, Bradford assay), enzyme assays (includes optimization and execution of enzymatic assays, DNA sequencing gel electrophoresis, LiCor gel imaging). Chemical techniques: UV-Vis, GCMS, TLC, titration, FTIR, HPLC

PUBLICATIONS S.L. Rosenblum, A.G. Weiden, A.L. Ogonowsky, E.L. Lewis, H.E. Chia, S.E. Barrett, A.M. Leconte. Characterization and rational design of Taq DNA polymerases capable of 2’ modified synthesis. Manuscript in preparation.

PRESENTATIONS Keck Science Research Symposium Engineering Taq Polymerases for the Reverse Transcription of 2’ Modified DNA

253rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society Engineering Taq Polymerases for the Reverse Transcription of 2’ Modified DNA

Claremont, CA September 2016

San Francisco, CA April 2017

OTHER EXPERIENCES Motley Coffeehouse / Barista Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery / Wilson Arts Administration Intern

January 2015 - present Summer 2014


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Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May, 2016  Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Science; minor in Hispanic Studies; Dean’s list  GPA: 11.265/12.000 (cum laude)  Thesis (honors): The effects of light pollution on the foraging behavior of Calypte anna and Selasphorus sasin  Member of Sigma Delta Pi (National Spanish Honor Society) SIT Study Abroad: School for International Learning, Quito, Ecuador  Academic semester abroad studying Comparative Ecology and Conservation  Published a report detailing the results of my Independent Study Project: Taking Root: Effective Methods for Active Forest Regeneration (ISBN 978-3-659-92426-2) Related Experience SAT/ACT Teacher, Kaplan, Amherst, MA Aug, 2016 - present  Completed 25-hour training to learn teaching skills, methods, expectations, and resources  Teach pre-college students SAT/ACT standardized test prep in classroom and one-on-one setting  Create a focused and engaging learning environment with clear, fair expectations  Maintain frequent communication with students, monitor progress and set goals to ensure success  Represent Kaplan with professionally at all times, work with integrity, and prepare thoroughly Academic Tutor, Scripps College, Claremont, CA Sept, 2014 – May, 2016  Tutored university students in Biology, Environmental Analysis, Oceanography  Organized and planned one-on-one weekly tutoring sessions for up to 3 students a semester  Built rapport with students to accommodate individual needs and learning styles  Encouraged students to set goals, recognize areas for improvement, and celebrate achievement  Helped develop effective study habits and test-taking skills Honors senior thesis, Scripps College, Claremont, CA Sept, 2015 – April, 2016  Collaborated with a PhD professor to plan, organize, and conduct field research to determine effects of light pollution on the foraging behavior of two species of hummingbirds  Collected data using camera traps to capture feed timing in various light-polluted environments, compared to a control  Analyzed results using Excel and R for statistical computing and presented my results in a written thesis report and poster presentation Research Assistant, Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA Sept, 2013 – Dec, 2015  Awarded funding by the Scripps College Research in Environmental Analysis Research & Pre-Thesis Fellowship to monitor the recovery of a plant community following a wildfire  Collected data under direction of a PhD professor, managed data in a large Excel file, and performed statistical analysis  Wrote a scientific report and presented results at the Keck Science Research Symposium Activity Leader, Embassy Summer Academy, Kingham Hill, Oxfordshire, UK Jun – Jul, 2015  Motivated and engaged international students, aged 7-16, in a variety of art and sport activities  Led a group of up to 12 students on educational tourist excursions and walking tours  Monitored student behavior to uphold a safe and inclusive environment


HOME  Trained, planned, and set goals for improvement on a team of up to 20 in weekly staff meetings Research Fellow, Keck Science Center, Firestone Reserve, Costa Rica Jun – Jul, 2014  Awarded $4000 from the W. M. Keck Summer Research Fellowship  Surveyed topographically to track the spatial ecology and foraging area of Attine “leaf-cutter” ants, mapped data, & presented results at the Keck Science Research Symposium Field Manager, Environment New York, New York City, NY May – Jul, 2013  Canvassed to 100+ people/day to educate on local political, environmental issues and recruit paying members to support the organization’s campaign to ban fracking in New York state  Organized and enacted campaign actions including phone banks, petitions, and letters to the press  Trained and supported new employees, managed teams of up to 4, and handled daily monetary intake English Teacher, Breakthrough Austin, Austin, TX May – Aug, 2011  Completed 2 week teacher training program for effective classroom leadership and mentoring underprivileged middle school students to help bridge the achievement gap and prepare for college  Taught 2 summer school English classes to 30 students, focusing on skills in essay writing, reading comprehension, textual analysis, study habits, physical activity, and art  Collaborated on a team of 4 teachers weekly to develop lesson plans and evaluate student progress  Mentored an advisor group of 6 students daily with individual check-ins and group bonding activities Other Experience Room attendant, The Lord Jeffery Inn, Amherst, MA Sept, 2016 - present  Clean and prepare guest rooms thoroughly and efficiently to five-star standard  In each room, make beds, vacuum, dust, sanitize, mop & restock bathroom  Collaborate as a team to divide tasks and efficiently complete daily duties Volunteer, Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms, Dordogne, France June, 2015  Worked at a Bed & Breakfast to clean and prepare rooms, welcome and care for guests, and prepare and serve breakfast daily  Assisted in general upkeep of the building and grounds, maintained organic vegetable garden and tended to horse stable Feb – May, 2015 Academic Semester Abroad, SIT Study Abroad, Ecuador  Lived with a host family in Quito and took classes in Tropical Ecology, Conservation, and Spanish  Studied conservation and conducted biological fieldwork in the Cloud Forest, Amazon Rainforest, Páramo highlands, and the Galápagos Islands  Planned and conducted research for one month in the cloud forest to study responsible land management of retired pastureland in the cloud forest  Wrote and published a report focusing on the most successful reforestation techniques Photographer, La Sameuse Yearbook, Scripps College, Claremont, CA Sept, 2015 – Feb, 2016  Photographed sports games, performances, events, and portraits using a DSLR camera  Conducted interviews and wrote a spread on international students Intern, Plant Justice, Claremont, CA Sept – Dec, 2014  Developed lesson plans, discussions, activities, and projects for an after-school program of 10-15 students attending a continuation high school  Strove to achieve a welcoming, supportive, and inclusive space centered around fun and learning  Facilitated group discourse on environmental justice, food justice, and political organizing  Motivated students to engage in political action that addressed important issues in their community


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Microsoft Office, ArcGIS, Compass mapping software, “R” for statistical computing Proficient in reading, writing, and communicating in Spanish Creative and scientific writing, especially formal reports including statistical analysis and results Strong communicator, flexible, teamwork, efficient under pressure, time management, organized


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development EDUCATION__________________________________________________________________________________ Scripps College, Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts: Physics Major, GPA: 3.66 • Dean’s List, Scripps College, Spring 2014- Spring 2015, Spring 2016 University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland September 2015-December 2015 • Study Abroad Fall 2015 Catalina Foothills High School, Tucson, AZ May 2013 • AP Scholar with Distinction, The College Board, 2013 • Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, Catalina Foothills High School, 2013 • Outstanding Senior Science Award, Catalina Foothills High School, 2013 • Scholar-Activity Award: Band, Catalina Foothills High School, 2013 • Student Athlete Award: Cross Country, Arizona Interscholastic Association, 2009 WORK EXPERIENCE__________________________________________________________________________ Math Grader, Scripps College, Claremont, CA January 2016-Present • Graded student homework for Differential Equation class 6 hours a week (Spring 2016) • Grade student homework for Linear Algebra class 6 hours a week (Fall 2016) Media Services Intern, Scripps College Information Technology, Claremont, CA August 2014-Present • Work the front desk answering calls, reviewing the calendar, checking equipment in and out • Assist presenters with technical issues, set up recordings, set up projector and computer for presentation SULI Intern, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO June 2016-August 2016 • Funded through DOE’s SULI program to conduct research in the Material Science Group full time • Studied water vapor sorption performance of desiccants • Independently trouble-shot and repaired an ICP-MS and created instructions for use Physics Tutor, Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA September 2014-May 2016 • Tutored students in General Physics through drop-in tutoring 3 hours a week. Environmental Summer Research Fellow, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR June-August 2015 • Funded through an NSF REU program to conduct research in Geraldine Richmond Lab full time • Studied the air-water interface of CO 2 uptake using aqueous monoethanolamine (MEA) • Ran population density, molecular orientation, and spectroscopic computations of aqueous MEAH+ • Measured surface tension of the MEA-CO 2 reaction • Presenting findings at American Chemical Society meeting in March 2016 Dorm Consultant Intern, Scripps College Information Technology, Claremont, CA August 2014-May 2015 • Set up computers to connect to school Wi-Fi, printers, and server full time for new student orientation week • Responsible for maintaining functionality of dorm computer laboratories • Execute troubleshooting for dorm printers and computers to maximize efficiency Junior Counselor and Counselor in Training, Fenster Ranch Summer Camp, Tucson, AZ May 2007-August 2012 • Taught art, ropes course skills, sports, swimming, and lifestyle skills full time ACTIVITIES___________________________________________________________________________________ • Challah For Hunger, Volunteer, Finance Manager, Finance Coordinator, Ingredient Manager, 2013-Present • 5C Animal Shelter Volunteer Program, Volunteer, 2014-2016 • Holden Village, Trails Assistant, 2014 • Amigos de las Américas, Volunteer and Route Leader, 2011-2013 • Foothills Falcon Marching Band, Mellophone Performer, 2008-2013 • Wind Ensemble, French Horn Performer 2008-2013 • Cross Country, Varsity Runner 2008-2013, Co-Captain 2013 • Track and Field, Runner 2009-2012 SKILLS _______________________________________________________________________________________ • Language Skills: Conversational and written Spanish • Computer Skills: Microsoft Office, MATLAB, R, Maple 18, Python, SolidWorks, SimaPro


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, minor in Hispanic Studies May 2017  Cumulative GPA: 3.77 (3.82 in major)  Honors: Psi Chi International Psychology Honors Society; Sigma Delta Pi Spanish Honor Society; Dean’s List  Senior Thesis: Sleep Disturbance in Youth with Inter-Episode Bipolar Disorder La Universidad de Sevilla, Seville, Spain September 2015 – December 2015 CIEE: Advanced Liberal Arts Program

Publications Abstracts Accepted for Poster Presentation  Leigh Thomas, Anda Gershon, & Manpreet Singh. Reduced Time in Bed is Associated With Impulsivity in Adolescents with Bipolar I Disorder. To be presented at the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting, Austin, TX, April 6-8, 2017.

Research Experience Stanford University, Department of Psychiatry, Palo Alto, CA June 2015 – Present Research Assistant in Sleep and Circadian Dysregulation in Youth with Bipolar Disorder Study  Conduct diagnostic screenings of bipolar and control participants  Analyze and mark sleep data using integration of multiple data sources; mark PSG sleep data  Oversee lab operations, and manage and train research assistants  Track progress, recruit new participants, and manage correspondence and scheduling with participants Pitzer College, Health Psychology, Claremont, CA February 2015 – January 2016 Research Assistant in Claremont Behavioral Health Lab  Conducted the experiment: collected cortisol samples, measured pulse and blood pressure, issued surveys and materials  Input and analyzed data on SPSS; streamlined entire process of data organization, preparation, and collection

Work and Volunteer Experience Psychology Intern at Landmark Medical Center, Pomona, CA January 2016 – May 2016  Created lesson plans for multiple sections of group therapy that targeted symptom management for schizophrenic adults, individualized to each section’s level of function, and led the group therapy sessions  Conducted one-on-one counseling in English and Spanish Lead Intern at San Carlos Education Foundation, San Carlos, CA June 2014 – August 2015  Managed and instructed other interns  Prospected foundations, prepared grant proposals, streamlined solicitation process for the district and developed the process for the seven individual public schools in the district, created system to target solicitations and grants Head of Community Outreach for 5-College Mental Health Alliance, Claremont, CA December 2013 – May 2015  Organize 10-12 events per year that raise awareness for mental health specifically for college students, and coordinate speakers and collaborations with other organizations  Work to restructure and improve mental health programs at all five Claremont colleges  Served as Scripps Internal Development Coordinator in addition to Community Outreach Head Private Horseback Riding Instructor, Woodside, CA June 2011 - Present  Created private horse instruction business; instructed approximately 12 regular students per year, ranging in age from 3 to 60, in both English and Western styles of riding and trail riding; developed lesson plans  Instructed students in all aspects of horse care, management, and safety, including basic veterinary care

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Proficient in Spanish (conducted group therapy and one-on-one counseling in Spanish at Landmark Medical Center and attended Spanish university: La Universidad de Sevilla) Technology: SPSS statistical software, Actiware software, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Google Drive (calendar, presentation, docs etc.), Survey Monkey, Prezi, Wordpress, Social Media


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EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Molecular Biology - Dean’s List - Keck Foundation Research Scholarship - Senior Biology Thesis: “The Na+/K+ -ATPase Regulates Central Sensitization in a Rodent Model of Migraine”

May 2016 Fall 2015 – Spring 2016 Summer 2014 Fall 2015

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Research Intern, Huntington Medical Research Institutes, Pasadena, CA Summer 2015 – Spring 2016 + + “The Na /K -ATPase Regulates Central Sensitization in a Rodent Model of Migraine” Advisors: Dr. Noah Gross, Dr. Michael Harrington

Summer 2014 – Spring 2014

Student Researcher, W.M. Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA “Effects of Lesions of Auditory Nuclei Avalanche and Nif on Zebra Finch Song” Advisor: Dr. Melissa Coleman Grant: $4000 from Keck Foundation Research Scholarship

WORK AND VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Summer 2016 – present

Medical Intern, Pomona Pediatrics, Pomona, CA -

Shadowed Pediatrician and assisted with recording patient history, collecting vital signs Assisted nurses to accommodate patient and family needs

Fall 2013 – Fall 2015

Clinical Care Extender, COPE Health Solutions, Covina, CA -

Dedicated over 180 hours of service in addition to 33 hours of training Departments: Emergency Unit, Definitive Observation Unit, Intensive Care Unit, Obstetrics Unit Assisted nurses and doctors to accommodate patients’ and family needs; set up ECG’s, recorded vital signs, helped patients with grooming, feedings, mobility

Teaching Assistant, Vertebrate Physiology, Claremont, CA -

Spring 2015

Guided 25 college students through a variety of physiology protocols for a semester long lab course Assisted professor with set up of lab, preparation of assays, and supervision of students

Teaching Assistant, Introductory Biology, Claremont, CA -

Fall 2014

Guided 40 college students through a variety of introductory biology protocols for a semester long lab course Assisted professor with set up of lab, preparation of lab protocols, and supervision of students

Tutor, Introductory Biology, Claremont, CA -

Provided individual and group tutoring to students in Introductory Biology Presented difficult material in an individualized and easily understandable manner

Office Assistant, Anthropology Department, Scripps College, Claremont, CA -

Fall 2012 - Spring 2013

Transcribed anthropology interviews Assisted in the preparation of documents, screened incoming phone calls Managed work areas, equipment, and anthropology material

Summer Camp Counselor, Tryon Creek State Park, Portland, OR -

Fall 2014

Summer 2008 – Summer 2012

Design and implement weekly schedule, activities, and programming Direct daily functions for summer camp dedicated to creating engaging recreational opportunities for children


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Organize and lead small and large group activities such as crafts, nature education, songs, games, hiking, skits, and opening and closing ceremonies

ACTIVTIES & LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Yoga Instructor, Art of Living Foundation, Los Angeles, CA Summer 2016 - Taught children in elementary schools surrounding Pomona area breathing and yoga exercises Member, Genomicist Research Committee, Claremont, CA Fall 2015 - Aided faculty in choosing tenure-track faculty for the Keck Science Department - Attended candidate talks and evaluated the candidates Committee Chair, Claremont Colleges against Cancer, Claremont, CA Fall 2014 – Spring 2016 - Planned and applied for sponsorship for events for Claremont Colleges Against Cancer - Served as an organizer for Relay for Life, one of the biggest events for the group with an attendance of nearly 300 people Attend weekly meetings with board to discuss upcoming events

Writer, [In]Visible Magazine, Claremont, CA Fall 2014 – Spring 2016 - Write articles - Attend weekly meetings to discuss content - Promote positive body-image and provide nuanced analysis of women’s issues on campus, and in society Blogger, Beyond the Elms (Scripps Career Planning & Resources), Claremont, CA Spring 2016 - Compose posts for weekly publishing in “Beyond the Elms” - Content ranges from career advice, professional advancement techniques, and personal anecdotes that engage and content to Scripps’ student body

RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS “The Na+/K+ -ATPase Regulates Central Sensitization in a Rodent Model of Migraine” - Keck Thesis Symposium, W.M. Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA - Keck Research Symposium, W.M. Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA - HMRI Research Talks, Huntington Medical Research Institutes, Pasadena, CA

Fall 2015 Fall 2015 Summer 2015

“Effects of Lesions of Auditory Nuclei Avalanche and Nif on Zebra Finch Song” - Keck Research Symposium, W.M. Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA

Summer 2014

RESEARCH TECHNIQUES Experience with: Gel Electrophoresis, Restriction Digests, Genomic DNA isolation, Cell transformations (Yeast, E.Coli), Sequence Database searching, PCR, Making buffers, Pouring plates, ImageQuant TL, Image J, Fos quantification, Histological techniques, immunohistochemistry COURSEWORK Organic Chemistry, Genetics, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Vertebrate Physiology, Neuroscience, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Physical Chemistry, Accelerated Integrated Science Sequence (A.I.S.S), Immunology, Introduction to Biomedical Engineering, Introduction to Computer Science ADDITIONAL SKILLS MS Office Suite (MS Office, Excel, Powerpoint), working knowledge in: Maple, SPSS, Python, Image J, First aid/CPR certified, Fluent in Tamil and moderate understanding of French


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Cellular-Molecular Neuroscience • Related coursework: Organic Chemistry with lab, Biochemistry, Genetics, Animal Behavior, Diabetes and Diseases, HIV and AIDS, Virology, Neuroscience 1&2 with lab, Biostats DIS, Copenhagen, Denmark (semester abroad) Jan-May 2016 Experience Research Assistant, LEGO Therapy Intervention, Casa Colina, Pomona, CA Mar 2015- Present • “Evaluating the efficacy of LEGO therapy interventions in children with autism” • Collaborated with another student to create the experimental Story Starter curriculum and protocol • Lead multiple sessions of 10 week LEGO Therapy pilot program consisting of 13 participants in small team of research assistants and clinicians • Helped recruit potential participants and organized all aspects of scheduling through phone conversations with participant’s parents • Helped clinicians conduct various pretests on participants • Currently processing data and writing report (results and discussion sections) to be submitted to Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders Research Assistant, Barnacle Respiration, Keck Science, Claremont, CA Aug 2015-Present • “Investigating the effects of climate change on barnacle respiration” • Constructed and devised prototype aerial chamber design and contributed to refining experimental procedures through assisting with the trial runs • Help monitor almost all trial and half of experimental respiration runs Teacher Assistant, Chem 14, Keck Science, Claremont, CA Intermittently Sept 2014-Present • Grades written assignments and lab reports for 23 students • Works alongside professor to run labs and answer student’s questions about experimental procedures, how to use equipment, and various chemistry concepts • Lead 5 lab sessions consisting of 23 students without professor being present. Answered all student’s chemistry and lab questions, trouble shot equipment issues, and solved any unexpected issues without assistance from another TA or professor. • Teaches students chemistry concepts such as VESPER, stoichiometry, calorimetry, titrations, gas laws etc. • Demonstrate lab techniques and equipment such as burets, melting points, proper pipetting etc. Research Assistant, EEG Aphasia Study, Casa Colina, Pomona, CA Aug 2015-Dec 2015 • “Evaluation of augmentative and alternative communication intervention in individuals with aphasia” • Helped conduct pre-test phone screenings and coordinated scheduling for around 20 participants • Conducted 5 pre-testing EEG therapy trials on aphasia patients with team of 4 research assistants • Learned how to use EEG equipment and edited experimental protocol Student Resource Advocate, City of Hope, Duarte, CA Sept 2014-May 2015 • Provided supplemental resources and information to outpatients of underserved communities • Assisted with check-in and running booths for special holiday events for pediatrics Volunteer, Ophthalmology Department, VA Hospital, San Diego, CA May-Sept 2014 • Conducted surveys regarding wait times, doctor satisfaction, patient population demographics • Worked with nurse staff to organize and maintain steady flow of patients • Conversed, discussed, and assisted VA patient’s questions and concerns regarding hospital and physicians Poster Presentations • Wei, O. Lim, S. “A New Method to Measure the Energetic Cost of Low Tide for Barnacles.” Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research and Keck Summer Research Symposium (2015) • “Lego Therapy Intervention.” Presentation for Dr. Temple Grandin (2015) Honors and Awards • Dean’s List, Scripps College May-Dec 2015 • Granted Littie and Stuart Mackeown Memorial Scholarship Sep-May 2016 • Humanities Institute Nomine, Scripps College April 2014, Dec 2015


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 Bachelor of Arts in Biology, minor in Anthropology, GPA: 3.8 • Dean’s List from Fall 2013-Spring 2015 and Spring 2016 • Senior Thesis: The effect of the chromoshadow domains of Hhp1, Hpl1, and Hpl2 on heterochromatin protein localization in Tetrahymena thermophila University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK (Semester Abroad) Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Certification Brookline High School, Brookline, MA, GPA: 3.9

September-December 2015 August 2015

June 2013

WORK EXPERIENCE Laspa Center for Leadership, Scripps College Scholar in Action (Fall 2016-Spring 2017) • Organize and moderate public events including a discussion with Maria Hinojosa • Oversee We Act Grants that fund independent self-designed summer projects • Develop Alternative Spring Break trip focusing on leadership development Scripps College Academy, Scripps College Teaching Assistant for the Math and Science Scholars Program (Fall 2016) • Created a semester-long cellular biology lab curriculum with PI to expose four highachieving high school girls from underprivileged backgrounds to the scientific method • Assisted in the instruction of proper data collection and presentation Keck Science Department, Claremont Colleges Lab Technician (Summer 2016-Fall 2016) • Investigated and present thesis research on the interaction of histone modifications and heterochromatin proteins • Received summer funding through W. M. Keck Fund Biology Tutor, Scripps College (Fall 2014- Spring 2015) • Worked with two Introductory Biology students to develop effective study skills for science courses • Demonstrated comprehensive knowledge of basic molecular, cellular, ecological, and evolutionary biology to advance student understanding Biology Grader, Keck Science Department (Fall 2014) • Aided professor by grading homework assignments for Introductory Biology course on molecular and cellular biology VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Gnu Foundation Internship, Guatemala City, Guatemala (Summer 2016) • Redistributed food to poor families and evaluated effectiveness of loans given to small businesses in conjunction with Esperanza para Guatemala • Interacted with Esperanza teachers to learn the educational challenges present in the community Alternative Spring Break, San Francisco, CA (March 2015) • Visited and corresponded with representatives from Summer Search and Beyond 12 • Assisted with interactive and outdoor science curriculum with Education Outside • Supervised an elementary student community engagement activity with America Scores


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development

Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA

Expected May 2017

Bachelor of Arts in Biology Japanese Minor Senior Thesis in Biology Yangon International School, Yangon, Myanmar

Fall 2016 August 2004-May2013

Experience Japanese Grader 

Fall 2015-present

Graded Pomona College’s Japanese1A/1B (beginning), 51A (intermediate), and 111A (advanced) students’ homework.

Japanese Students’ Organization of the Claremont Colleges (JSOCC) Officer

Fall 2014-present

Secretary: Took notes during officer meetings and helped organize upcoming events.

Newsletter Writer: Created a bi-monthly newsletter for the members about any upcoming events, fun facts about Japan, Japanese words, and current Japanese news. Fall 2014-Spring 2015

Scripps College Core 3: Language Culture and Teaching Clinic Teacher’s Assistant 

Fall 2012

Shadowed a doctor while she made rounds and observed the pharmacy.

Kyaw Thaung Care Intern at Yangon, Myanmar 

Helped create Kyaw Thaung Care’s website.

Translated a short documentary from Burmese to English and add subtitles.

Community Service Tutoring, Yangon, Myanmar 

Fall 2014

Talked to first year Asian/Asian American students, helped them adjust to college, and planned events.

Hospital Shadowing at Yangon, Myanmar 

Fall 2015

Tutored for the Keck Science introductory biology class, Bio43, once a week.

Asian American Sponsor Program (AASP) Sponsor 

Fall 2016

Served as a teacher’s assistant for Scripps College’s Language Culture and Teaching Clinic Core 3 program, where students created lesson plans and taught children at Chaparral Elementary School.

Biology Tutor 

Fall 2015-present

Tutored fifth grade students, averaging 6 per session, in English and Math.

Skills Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint Fluent Burmese and English, Advanced Japanese

June 2012-August 2012

September 2009 – May 2010


HOME MADELEINE M INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development

EDUCATION Scripps College — Human Biology (Bachelor of Arts) September 2013 - May 2017

Intersectional, liberal arts education with notable classes in Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, and Gender and Women’s Studies. Cumulative senior thesis researching the relationship between Type 1 diabetes and stress. GPA of 3.8 and Dean’s List recipient September 2013--present. South Medford High School September 2009 - June 2013

Graduated with Honors.

EXPERIENCE Children’s Advocacy Center of Jackson County — Intern June 2016 - August 2016

Aided with child abuse interventions as part of a multidisciplinary team. Experience in forensic interview, administrative, and medical departments. Emphasis in verbal and written communication, computer skills (Microsoft Office and R), and event planning. Diabetes-Focused Childcare: All-Day Childcare Summer 2016

Provided care for a young girl with Type 1 diabetes as well as her brother. Expertise in glucose management and insulin pump technologies as well as diabetes advocacy. Gales Creek Camp for Children with Diabetes — Counselor June 2015 - August 2015

An overnight medical camp for children with Type 1 diabetes. Cared for campers ranging from ages 6 to 17 for one week, each. Focus on teamwork and public speaking. Providence Medford Medical Center — Medical Shadowing May 2014 - August 2014

Experiences in Emergency Department and Operating Room. Wide variety of patient interactions and insight into what constitutes holistic patient care.


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development Education Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 • Current GPA: 3.71 • Senior Thesis, completed Fall 2016: Saccharomyces cerevisiae membrane fluidity impacts the Unfolded Protein Response when induced by phenol stress Research Experience Undergraduate Researcher, Edwalds-Gilbert Lab June 2016-present Keck Science Department, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Investigated yeast membrane fluidity and unfolded protein response by conducting experiments such as RT-PCR, yeast transformation, and immunoprecipitation/SDSPAGE and western blot for senior thesis research Leadership Experience Barista Lead Jan 2016-Dec 2016 The Motley Coffeehouse, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Voted into position by peers • Communicated concerns from barista team to manager team and evaluated barista performance by administering quizzes and conducting performance reviews • Expanded barista lead position duties by taking on projects such as redesigning recipe book, serving on committee for interviewing and hiring new manager team, and planning prompts and maintaining chalkboard art wall Presenter, National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE) NCORE 2014, 2015, and 2016 • Collaborated with various groups at the largest race conference in the United States • Designed and implemented sessions on Asian American and mixed race identity; participated in multiple years as the only student on the presentation team Mira Loma High School Science Olympiad Invitational Scoring Room Assistant 2014-2017 Mira Loma High School, Sacramento, CA • Supervised and performed event scoring and delegated tournament tasks to volunteers Event Coordinator March 2013-present Northern California and Southern California Science Olympiad • Coordinated events such as Experimental Design, Write it Do it, and It’s About Time at invitational, regional, and state level tournaments • Wrote and proctored exams and procedures, acquired materials, graded results Teaching Experience Teaching Assistant, Organic Chemistry Jan 2016 - present Keck Science Department, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Supervised and encouraged students, assisted professor, and maintained materials and equipment during biweekly lab • Provided biweekly office hour for assisting students on assignments, graded assignments Tutor, Introduction to Biological Chemistry & Introductory Biology Oct 2014-May 2015 Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Tutored students weekly in various subjects by reviewing concepts and assisting in homework and lab report writing Teaching Assistant, Math and Science Scholars Program Sept 2014-Dec 2014 Keck Science Department and Scripps College Academy, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Mentored underserved and underrepresented female high school students in a molecular biology semester long research project


HOME Research Techniques • DNA extraction • Bacterial and yeast transformation • PCR • Agarose gel electrophoresis • Immunoprecipitation • SDS-PAGE and western blotting • Immunofluorescence microscopy • Solution preparation • Also familiar with chemistry techniques such as titration, simple and fractional distillation, thin layer and column chromatography, liquid-liquid extraction, recrystallization, melting and boiling point determination Awards and Certifications • Scripps College Ahmanson Foundation Scholarship for Academic Achievement Recipient, Fall 2016 • Program for Responsible and Ethical Preparation As Informed Researchers (PREPAIR) Certification • Scripps College Dean’s List, Spring 2014 and Fall 2016 • Scripps College Sands Writing Award Nomination, Research Paper • SERVSAFE California Food Handler Certification • Scripps College Presidential Scholarship Recipient • California State Seal of Biliteracy in Mandarin Additional Experience Barista Sept 2013 - present The Motley Coffeehouse, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Prepared food and drinks, served customers, and maintained work environment of coffee shop while on shift Lab Preparation Assistant, Introduction to Biological Chemistry Aug 2016 – Dec 2016 Keck Science Department, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Organized equipment and prepared solutions and other materials for class labs Agricultural Technician II June 2015-Aug 2015 California Department of Food & Agriculture Plant Pest Diagnostic Center Entomology Lab, Sacramento, CA • Received, organized, cataloged, and tracked specimens for Asian Citrus Psyllid program daily • Organized, labelled, cataloged, and mounted specimens in the California State Arthropod Collection Grader, Introduction to Biological Chemistry Sept 2014-Dec 2014 Keck Science Dept, Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Graded biology homework and lab assignments for the course Administrative Assistant, Balch Faculty Office Sept 2013 - Dec 2013 Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Supported faculty by scanning, photocopying, and binding reading materials, fetching mail, and organizing documents Skills • Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook) • Mandarin Chinese proficiency • Typing (60 wpm)


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INDUSTRY: Scientific Research/Development

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2017 • Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry • Thesis: Analysis of Base Stacking Effect on DNA Duplex Stability Using Circular Dichroism and UV/Visible Spectroscopy DIS in Copenhagen, Denmark August 2015 – December 2015 • Biomedicine: Biotechnology and Drug Development Core Course LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE First-Generation @ Scripps Intern Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2015 - Current • Worked in with a team that consisted of another student intern, two faculty members, and two staff members to create programs for the First-Generation students at Scripps College • Programmed 1 education and 1 social event and produced a newsletter to the Scripps community every month during the academic year • Planned a 3-day pre-orientation program and mentor program for incoming first-years as well as a retreat for entire First-Generation community Admission Office Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – Current • Lead Admission Ambassador: Supervised and managed a team of 12 Admission Ambassadors • Admission Ambassador: Gave tours to prospective students and families as well as managed student volunteers during school year to host and interact with prospective students • Tour Guide: Gave two tours per week to prospective students, families, and college counselors Wanawake Wesusi Vice President Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – May 2015 • Coordinated and conducted weekly meetings for students who identify with being of African decent • Plan 10 programs for the Black community and other marginalized students in the Claremont Colleges • Overlooked 4 student committees during Black History Month which planned 4 separate events MENTORING/TEACHING EXPERIENCE First-Generation Mentor Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Conducted weekly meeting with 2 first generation students at Scripps • Attended bi-weekly meetings with first generation co-interns

August 2014 – December 2014

Aim High Teaching Intern Lick-Wilmerding High School, San Francisco, CA June 2014 - August 2014 • Created and taught a lesson plan in human biology for 60 seventh grade students who were predominantly students of color from working class families • Collaborated with other educators to create 6 events over the course of 5 weeks LAB AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Howard Hughes Medical Institute Grant Recipient W.M Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges May 2016-August 2016 • Conducted research under Mary Hatcher-Skeers to fulfill senior thesis project • Investigated the effects of base stacking to DNA duplex stability • 30 hours a week in lab in addition to reading multiple scientific articles a week • Gained proficiency in using a UV/Vis Spectrometer and treatment of DNA samples


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General Chemistry Lab Teaching Assistant for Post-Baccalaureate Program W.M Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges • Assisted 20 post-baccalaureate students in the lab component of General Chemistry • Graded pre-lab and post-lab reports and performed other administrative tasks

July 2016

Organic Chemistry Lab Teaching Assistant W.M Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges January 2016/2017 – May 2016/2017 • Assisted 18 students once every two weeks in the lab component of Organic Chemistry • Held office hours for students when lab was not held that week • Graded pre-lab and post-lab reports and edited a full lab report Promoting Underrepresented Minorities Advancing in the Sciences (PUMAS) Intern Gladstone Institute, San Francisco, CA June 2015 – August 2015 • Worked in the Stem Cell Core lead by Kathryn Ivey on the Cardiovascular Disease Department • Worked with a research assistant and graduate student on 3D cell culture of mouse embryonic stem cells • Ensured the Stem Cell Core was fully stocked and maintained Introductory to Biological Chemistry Lab Teaching Assistant and Tutor W.M. Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges • Assisted 23 students once a week in the lab component of class • Tutored 3 students privately on lecture and lab material

August 2014 – December 2014

DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE EXPERIENCE Admission Advisory Board Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – Current • Worked with the Admission Office to create better practice to recruit more underrepresented students • Volunteered for various events for prospective and admitted students Scripps College Academy Lab Assistant for Math and Science Scholars Program Scripps College, Claremont, CA October 2016 – November 2016 • Supervised 4 students in a month-long research project on bomb calorimetry and food chemistry • Students in this program were from underrepresented backgrounds in STEM Summer Science Immersion Program Mentor W.M Keck Science Department for the Claremont Colleges • Mentored and served as a Resident Advisor for 30 incoming first-years • Assisted professors in supervising students in the lab as well as in the field • Students identify with underrepresented backgrounds

August 2014, August 2016

Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment (SCORE) Leadership Council Member Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2014 – May 2015 • Met bi-weekly with leaders of other affinity group on campus and form coalitions with these group • Programmed 2 events with other organizations for marginalized groups on Scripps’ campus SKILLS • Public Speaking, Collaboration, Team Management, Critical Thinking, Adaptability


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INDUSTRY: Social Services

Education Scripps College – Claremont, CA Expected May 2017 • Dual major in Economics and Psychology, Minor in Hispanic Studies GPA: 3.26 • Relevant coursework: o Clinical Neuropsychology o Foreign Language + Culture Teaching Clinic (see below) • Senior Thesis: “The Wage Gap and its Effects on Well-Being, Motivation, and Productivity Fall 2016 • Member of Psi Chi: The International Honor Society in Psychology Fall 2016 IES Abroad, Granada; Universidad de Granada – Granada, ES

Spring 2016

Experience Spanish Tutor, Scripps Tutoring Program, Claremont, CA • Provide students with peer-based one-on-one tutoring to support academic success

Fall 2016

ITA, IT-FITS program, Scripps College IT Department, Claremont, CA Fall 2016 • Instructional Technology Assistants (ITA’s) provide faculty with specific technological help, including computer software, lab equipment, or online campus resources. Intern, Colegio Maristas “La Inmaculada” de Granada, Granada, ES Spring 2016, 8 hrs/wk • Teach English to primary school students. Create lesson plans for the students to engage in discussion and learn the culture, or assist the instructor with book lessons. Research Assistant, Close Relationships Psychology Lab, Scripps, Claremont, CA Fall ‘15, Summer ‘16 • Work with a professor to understand the power dynamics within close relationships; coding Intern, Scripps College Department of Information Technology, Claremont, CA • User support, troubleshooting, New Student Orientation, computer set-ups

Summer 2014 – Fall 2015

Foreign Language + Culture Teaching Clinic , Scripps College, Claremont, CA Fall 2014 • “Core” course: learned techniques to teaching a foreign language through its culture, and applied these skills to co-teach introductory Spanish to a sixth grade class Phonathon caller, The Scripps Fund, Claremont, CA Spring 2014 • Call alumnae and parents of current and past students to keep them connected to Scripps by building rapport, and encourage them to support the school Union Station Homeless Services, Pasadena, CA Summer 2012 - Summer 2013, ~4 hrs/wk • Food Services: Make and serve breakfast and lunch to the clients at the Adult Center

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Scripps Psi Chi club, Co-president 2016 Babes and Blankets Club, Co-president 2014 - 2015 Mariachi Serrano de Claremont o Trumpet, since 2004 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) Club Tennis Japanese Student Organization of the Claremont Colleges

2013 - present 2013 - present Fall 2015 2013 - present 2013 - present

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Trilingual o English: fluent in reading, writing, and speaking o Spanish: advanced in reading, writing, and speaking o Mandarin Chinese: intermediate in speaking, basic in reading and writing Technological troubleshooting • Adapt quickly to new surroundings Microsoft Office suite Teamwork, building community


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INDUSTRY: Social Services

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont CA Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, Economics Minor and Politics Concentration • Cumulative GPA: 3.96, Dean’s List Fall 2013 – Present • James E. Scripps Scholar (four-year merit scholarship for half tuition)

May 2017

SIT: Regional Integration, Development, and Social Change, Buenos Aires Argentina August – December 2015 • Classes held entirely in Spanish • Conducted month-long independent research project in Spanish titled, Theory and Practice: Problem-Posing Education and Counterhegemonic Struggle in the Germán Abdala and Sergio Karakachoff Popular High Schools

KEY EXPERIENCE AND LEADERSHIP Career Consultant, Career Planning and Resources, Scripps College August 2016 – Present • Help students navigate job and internship searches and provide assistance with writing resumes and cover letters • Assist with on-campus recruiting and alumnae programs Organizing Intern, Street Vendor Project (Urban Justice Center) June – August 2016 New York, NY • Conducted outreach with 200+ vendors across New York City, expanding membership base to record numbers • Collaborated with organizers and vendors to plan meetings, actions, and protests • Helped lead meetings between vendors, New York City Council members, and police precinct leadership • Created bilingual flyers and other promotional material, mobilized vendors via 100+ phone calls weekly Internship with Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (through course at Scripps) Los Angeles, CA • Conducted door-to-door outreach in the Koreatown community in English and Spanish • Assisted with weekly childcare for ESL classes

January – May 2016

Senior Summer Camp Counselor, Camp Ramah in Wisconsin June – August 2015 Conover, WI • Responsible for welfare and positive impact on the lives of 28 campers aged 15 - 16 • Collaborated with age group director, professional social workers, and senior staff to ensure camper success • Planned and coordinated summer-long Counselor in Training program for 55 participants in addition to daily programming Campus Activities Chair, Scripps Associated Students (SAS) May 2014 – May 2015 • Organized weekly snack for Scripps students as well as 4 large events, including a holiday dinner for over 350 attendees • Independently managed $10,000 budget Peer Mentor, New Student Program, Scripps College August 2014 – May 2015 • Assisted 8 First-Year mentees in adjusting to Scripps through event planning and relationship building Caller, Phonathon, The Scripps Fund, Scripps College • Served as first point of contact for many alumnae and parents via 200 phone calls per week • Raised more than $14,000 for The Scripps Fund • Rookie Caller of the Year 2013 – 2014

September 2013 – April 2015

Senior Cabin Counselor and Inclusion Counselor June – August 2014 Camp Ramah in Wisconsin, Conover WI • Ensured success of 20 campers (10 per session) aged 10 - 11 • Consulted with Inclusion Program director and professional social workers to lead co-counselors in accommodating a mentally disabled camper in social interaction and personal care • Led a team of 4 co-counselors and worked daily with staff of thirty to plan and run daily educational and active programming Vice President of Student Affairs Search Committee Student Member, Scripps College January – May 2014 • One of two students to participate in candidate selection and interviews along with faculty, trustees, and senior administrators

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, AND SKILLS Advanced Spanish Proficiency (reading, writing, speaking), translation experience High level of competency in using Microsoft Office; Excel and STATA economic data analysis experience


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SOPHIA R

INDUSTRY: Social Services EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA

May 2017

B.A. English Thesis: “The Moon, Madwomen, & the Dark Feminine in Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea” Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS)

European Clinical Psychology

Copenhagen, Denmark August-December 2015

EXPERIENCE Career Consultant

Career Planning & Resources, Scripps College

August 2016-Present

Edit 2-5 student resumes and cover letters & help brainstorm improvement strategies on a tri-weekly drop-in basis

Collaborate with five full-time staff on projects, student outreach, and on-campus events

Compose student-targeted emails to market employment and internship opportunities

Greet students at the front desk, schedule & maintain appointment database, and answer phone calls and emails

Columnist & Staff Writer

January 2015-Present

The Scripps Voice •

Write original biweekly articles about issues in sexuality and sexual health

Writing Mentor

September 2014-May 2015

Weekly Writing Workshop, Uncommon Good & Pomona College •

Instructed and mentored four 7-9th graders in grammar, rhetorical techniques, creative essay writing, and public speaking skills

Established close relationships with each student as an academic coach and advocate

Student Manager

September 2013-May 2015

Modern Languages Resource Center, Scripps College •

Supported students and faculty by assisting with language-learning resources and troubleshooting technological issues in the computer lab

Spearheaded organizational system to maximize productivity in two classes of twentyfive language students

SKILLS

Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Google Docs, Social Media

Languages: French (Elementary/Intermediate Proficiency), Danish (Elementary Proficiency)


HOME MAUREEN S INDUSTRY: Social Services

Education Scripps College, Claremont, California Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology May 2016 Senior Thesis: Caregiver Burden and Depressive Symptoms in Hispanic Caregivers of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients

Professional Experience Lindamood Bell Learning Processes, Rancho Cucamonga, California Clinician and Tester June 2014 – Intermittently – Present • Provide one-to-one instruction based upon each individual client's learning needs. • Work with Center Director and Consultant to implement client plans. • Interact positively and professionally with clients and staff to provide a safe and fun learning environment. • Administer learning ability evaluations to prospective students and re-test outgoing students to measure growth. Scripps College Adult Development Project Lab, Claremont, California Research Assistant January 2016 – May 2016 • Ran behavioral and EEG studies. • Meticulously followed protocols when running studies and creating necessary solutions for EEG cap. • Professionally and comfortably interacted with participants of all ages. • Collected, analyzed, and cleaned data. • Worked with the other research assistants and lab managers to solve any design problems. River Community, Covina, California Intern January 2016 – April 2016 • Participated in and observed group therapy. • Interacted professionally with patients with dual diagnosis: substance abuse with schizoaffective disorder, schizophrenia, mood/bipolar disorders, or anxiety. • Assisted with documentation and assessment. Scripps College S.C.O.R.E. Office, Claremont, California Office Assistant Sep 2012 – Sep 2013, Sep 2015 – May 2016 • Helped introduce new students to the S.C.O.R.E. office during summer orientation • Operated office machines, such as photocopiers, phones, printers, and scanners. • Communicated with visitors to answer questions, explain information, and address complaints. Intern Sep 2013 – May 2015 • Planned and facilitated two programs per month for up to five hundred people. • Advocated for social justice issues, such as diversity and socioeconomic class issues on campus. • Used Photoshop to make flyers. • Practiced curriculum building. Børnehuset Columbus, Copenhagen, Denmark Classroom Aid (Volunteer) August 2014 – December 2014 • Worked with children from zero to three years old throughout their day. • Aided teachers during lunch and nap times. • Communicated non-verbally due to language barrier.

Skills SPSS, Microsoft Office Programs, Photoshop.


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INDUSTRY: Social Services

EDUCATION

Scripps College – Claremont, CA August 2013 - May 2017 Bachelor of Arts Psychology; Minor: Media Studies GPA: 3.9 • Relevant Coursework: Statistics, Research Methods, Psychological Statistics, Abnormal Psychology, Psychology of Women, Psychology and Law, Cognitive Development, Relationships and Psychopathology Seminar. • Awards: Deans List (2014-2016)

EXPERIENCE

Teaching Assistant—Claremont, CA Teaching Assistant for Research Methods Class at Scripps College • Assists the Professor with creating assignments and lesson plans. • Holds office hours to help students with their course work.

August 2016– Present

Research Assistant – Claremont, CA August 2015– Present Research Assistant for Professor Hartley’s Neuroscience Lab • Assists the investigator and lab manager in recruiting participants and conducting EEG tests with participants. Research Intern—New York, NY June 2016– August 2016 Research Intern at The Seaver Center at Mount Sinai Hospital • Assisted the research coordinators and doctors in data entry, assessment, and patient care. Social Work Intern—New York, NY June 2016– August 2016 Social Work Intern at Mount Sinai Hospital • Assisted the Pediatric Oncology Social Workers and team in facilitating patient care, helped parents and children understand the treatment they were undergoing. Planned Parenthood Recovery Assistant—New York, NY June 2016– August 2016 Planned Parenthood Recovery Assistant at the Planned Parenthood Health Center • Assisted the nurses in providing emotional and physical care to the patients and assisted patients in understanding their procedure. Hospital Intern, Pediatric Cardiology– New York, NY June 2012– August 2012 Hospital intern with social work department • Worked with and supported children in waiting room until parents’ or siblings’ operations were finished • Organized and marketed an event for pediatric cardiology patients—handled fundraising, program content, etc.

LEADERSHIP

Founder and President of Planned Parenthood Club Leader and founder of Planned Parenthood club on campus Youth Power Summit with Planned Parenthood Club Leader and campus facilitator Life and Style Writer – Claremont, CA Investigator and Writer for Student Life Paper

SKILLS AND INTERESTS

• Technical: Microsoft Office, Photoshop, SPSS, Data entry with VAN • Interests: Clinical Psychology, Fitness, Campus Organizing, and Women’s Health

September 2015 – Present October 2016 September 2014 – May 2015


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INDUSTRY: Social Services EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Sociology – 3.8 GPA Dean’s List – Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016

Expected May 2017

EXPERIENCE Resident Advisor – Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Foster, build and support a community of 112 residents on a team of 21 people • Serve on-call weekly, respond to emergency situations for 900 students, ensuring safety and wellbeing • Mediate and strategize inter-personal conflict resolutions among roommates and community members • Plan, organize and implement programming supporting community and supplemental education • Developed and led pilot Living Learning Community, focusing on building connections across difference

August 2015 – Present

August 2016 – Present Intern at Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment (SCORE) – Scripps College, Claremont, CA • SCORE is the social justice office at Scripps College which utilizes a shared leadership model to provide community engagement and increase social justice education and programming across the college and neighboring communities • Develop and facilitate workshops for college faculty members regarding issues of social justice, including microagressions, deconstructing gender binaries and disability justice in the classroom • Implement programming to bring social justice education to the college community Voting Member on Student Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees - Scripps College, Claremont, CA August 2016 – Present • One of two student voting members serving on the Student Affairs Committee • Gather and share student feedback on issues including educational equity, experiences of marginalized students and residential life Admissions Tour Guide – Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Guided prospective students and families around campus to spark interest in the school • Emphasized the college’s actions towards equity and highlighted areas for improvement

September 2014 – September 2016

Summer 2016 International Summer Camp Resident Advisor – The Northwest School, Seattle, WA • Provided a welcoming and engaging summer program for youth ages 10-16 from across Seattle, the U.S. and the world. • Created a safe, fun and engaging environment where international students practiced English speaking skills • Designed a student handbook for new international students Served on President’s Advisory Committee for Diversity & Inclusion – Scripps College, Claremont, CA September 2015 – May 2016 • Attended monthly meetings as a student representative for Sustained Dialogue, a program focusing on diversity and community • Worked to advise the Scripps president on how to best address issues of diversity and inclusion on campus November 2014 – February 2016 Head Moderator Sustained Dialogue – Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Used dialogue groups to create communities of leaders through a focus on diversity, inclusivity and community • Moderated a weekly dialogue group of 12 people fostering space to share experiences as well as learn from others Program Research Intern – College Access Now, Seattle, WA • Worked as a team member of a small college access non-profit organization • Performed financial analysis of student college acceptance, compiled and analyzed 300 financial aid awards • Conducted end of year Program Survey Analysis, program evaluation and future program planning Camp Counselor – Steve and Kate’s Camp, Seattle, WA • Counselor for 1st graders • Organized, planned and helped implement programs and activities at camp

Summer 2015

Summer of 2013 and 2014

CONFERENCES, INSTITUTES, AWARDS, ETC. National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education Student Scholar Awardee Southern Residential Activities Programming Conference Award Winning Presenter for “White People: A Documentary Screening and Dialogue” Student Social Justice Training Institute

Summer 2016 Fall 2015 Summer 2015


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INDUSTRY: Social Services

WORK EXPERIENCE Democratic Party of Virginia, Organizer, Henrico, VA Aug 2016 – Nov 2016 • Recruited and trained more than 200 volunteers to register voters, canvass, and phonebank to increase voter turnout for the Clinton/Kaine presidential race and for state and local Democratic candidates • Executed a successful Get Out The Vote campaign to increase voter turnout in Henrico, helping to bring the county and state to a Democratic victory • Worked extensively with VAN to support a data-driven and metrics-based program, with data entry, virtual phonebanks, and cutting canvassing turf • Trained campaign Fellows in leading phonebanks and canvass events, training volunteers, and using VAN Matt Dunne for Governor, Volunteer, White River Junction, VT July 2016 – Aug 2016 • Phonebanked using CallFire, entered data in VoteBuilder, and worked at community events with campaign team The Secular Student Alliance at the Claremont Colleges (SSA), Founder and President Apr 2014 – May 2016 • Established first local SSA chapter to provide an intellectual, social, and activist community for humanists, atheists, and agnostics • As President, planned and led weekly meetings of 20-40 students with discussions, guest speakers, and social engagement; organized weekly dinners, small-group discussion meetings, and campus-wide events • Collaborated with SSA Regional Campus Organizer to plan Southwest Secular Student Con (2015), bringing together college students and nationally renowned speakers for a weekend of lectures and workshops Modern Languages Resource Center (MLRC), Tutor and Manager, Scripps College Sept 2013 – May 2016 • As Manager (2013-2015), managed team of 8 language tutors and assisted MLRC Director in shift schedule, tutor resources, MLRC social media outlets, and website development in Wordpress • As Tutor (2015-2016), tutored 2-5 drop-in students weekly in Spanish and French; assisted students and faculty in using MLRC computer software and audio/visual resources New Student Program, Team Leader and Peer Mentor, Scripps College Aug 2013 – May 2014 • Led and advised dorm team of 4 Peer Mentors and worked closely with group of 7 individual students, assisting with academic, social, and emotional matters • Mentored and provided support for all 30 first-years in dorm; organized monthly dorm events to foster supportive dorm community for all students Institute for Study Abroad, Butler Univ. (IFSA), Global Ambassador, Scripps College Sept 2015 – Jan 2016 • Worked with IFSA Field Director for California; assisted at Scripps Study Abroad Fair • Organized study abroad info session for first-year Scripps students and wrote for IFSA Alumni Blog Taller de Acción Comunitaria (TAC), Activity Leader, Valparaíso, Chile Feb 2015 – July 2015 • Volunteered with 5-member team at TAC, a grassroots organization that works with at-risk youth, to plan and lead a weekly 1.5-hour activity with a kindergarten class on environmental sustainability, in Spanish Chaparral Elementary School, Student Teacher, Claremont, CA Sept 2013 – Dec 2013 • Co-taught two half-hour French lessons with peer each week to 34 fifth-grade students as part of the Scripps class Foreign Language Teaching Clinic; created original class syllabus and lesson plans for each class period LANGUAGES:

Spanish (Advanced), French (Advanced)

SKILLS: VAN, Qualtrics Online Survey Software, SPSS (statistical analysis and reporting software), Wordpress EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2016 Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with focus on Secular Studies, minor in Foreign Languages, GPA 3.96 New Generation Scholarship recipient (four-year full scholarship) and Dean’s List (four years) Senior Thesis, Sociology: “Liberal Arts, Religion, and Irreligion: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of Student Religiosity and Secularity at the Claremont Colleges” (Thesis Advisor: Phil Zuckerman, PhD) IFSA-Butler Chilean Universities Program, Valparaíso, Chile Feb 2015 – July 2015


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INDUSTRY: Social Services

Education Scripps College – Claremont, CA Expected 5/2017 Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Legal Studies, minor in Japanese • Related Coursework: Forensic Psychology, Social Psychology, and Clinical Neuropsychology • Thesis: Why did they shoot? The power of media with Attribution Theory International Christian University – Tokyo, Japan Summer 2016 Intensive Japanese language study abroad program

Experience Student Driver, Scripps College Academy - Scripps College, Claremont, CA 8/2014 - Present • Assist in the transportation of high school students to Scripps College for a pre-college program • Support high school students in the development towards college Nancy Glanville Music Library Assistant - Scripps College, Claremont, CA 1/2016 – Present • Monitor and organize the music library • Oversee and supervise music performances Language Clinic Teacher’s Assistant - Scripps College, Claremont, CA 9/2016 – 12/2016 • Instructed and educated college students on how to teach elementary school students a foreign language • Assisted professor in grading and overseeing the college students as they taught elementary school students Close Relationships Psych Lab = Scripps College, Claremont, CA 9/2015 – 5/2016 • Interviewed participants, collected data, and coded their responses Japanese Language Grader - Pomona College, Claremont, CA 8/2015 – 5/2016 • Assisted professor with grading homework Language Clinic Teacher - Scripps College, Claremont, CA 8/2014 – 12/2014 • Educated and taught elementary school students about the Japanese language and culture

Leadership Psi Chi Honors Society Club 8/2014 – Present President (2016 – Present) • Organize meetings to further enhance the interest and knowledge revolving around psych to other students • Scheduled and organized a guest psych speaker to talk at the Claremont Colleges Japanese Student Organization of the Claremont Colleges 8/2013 - Present Social Media Chair (Spring 2016), Treasurer (Fall 2016), President (Spring 2017) Babes &Blankets Knitting Club 8/2013 - Present Treasurer (2013-2014), Secretary (2014-2015), Vice President (Fall 2015), Co-President (Spring 2016) • Implemented changes in communication to improve club membership by 500% AASP (Asian American Sponsor Program) 8/2013 – 5/2016 Peer mentor (2014-2016) • Supported and organized AAPI events for younger college students to help adjust to college

Skills Proficient in Japanese, Microsoft Office suite, Psych statistics – SPSS, Psych research methods

Honors and Scholarships Deans List, Scripps College Psi Chi Honors Society Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Bixby Scholarship

Fall 2013, Spring 2015 - Present August 2016 – Present August 2015 – Present


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EDUCATION Scripps College — Human Biology (Bachelor of Arts) September 2013 - May 2017

Intersectional, liberal arts education with notable classes in Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, and Gender and Women’s Studies. Cumulative senior thesis researching the relationship between Type 1 diabetes and stress. GPA of 3.8 and Dean’s List recipient September 2013--present. South Medford High School September 2009 - June 2013

Graduated with Honors.

EXPERIENCE Children’s Advocacy Center of Jackson County — Intern June 2016 - August 2016

Aided with child abuse interventions as part of a multidisciplinary team. Experience in forensic interview, administrative, and medical departments. Emphasis in verbal and written communication, computer skills (Microsoft Office and R), and event planning. Diabetes-Focused Childcare: All-Day Childcare Summer 2016

Provided care for a young girl with Type 1 diabetes as well as her brother. Expertise in glucose management and insulin pump technologies as well as diabetes advocacy. Gales Creek Camp for Children with Diabetes — Counselor June 2015 - August 2015

An overnight medical camp for children with Type 1 diabetes. Cared for campers ranging from ages 6 to 17 for one week, each. Focus on teamwork and public speaking. Providence Medford Medical Center — Medical Shadowing May 2014 - August 2014

Experiences in Emergency Department and Operating Room. Wide variety of patient interactions and insight into what constitutes holistic patient care.


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INDUSTRY: Social Services EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Politics, Minor in History Cum Laude, Honors in Major GPA: 11.34 on 12-point scale, (3.78 equivalent) Humanities Institute Junior Fellow, Fall 2013, Summer 2014 recipient of Gabrielle Giffords ’93 Internship in Public Service Grant Sayre High School, Lexington, KY Graduated with High Honors

May 2016

May 2012

EXPERIENCE El Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte de España, Language and Culture Assistant Oviedo, Asturias, Spain • Prepare and present lessons on American culture and English for 4th-6th grade students September 2016 - May 2017 Mayor’s Office, Mayor’s Fellow Lexington, KY • Wrote and presented recommendations to the city for minimum wage enforcement May - July 2016 • Presented information on economic inequality, intelligent infrastructure, and fiber internet expansion policy • Updated existing data comparing university cities and collected new data on family sustaining incomes Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA), Student Volunteer Los Angeles, CA • Canvassed community with information on immigration and lead paint exposure January - May 2016 • Worked with a team to create a GIS map of affordable housing and public transit to support Proposition JJJ National Women’s Law Center, Family Economic Security and Education and Employment Outreach Intern Washington, D.C. • Created content for Facebook and Twitter June - July 2015 • Researched and published three blogs and a policy memo on topics including education and labor policy Jumpstart, Corps Member Claremont, California • Prepared children for Kindergarten in a preschool serving low-income families September 2014 - May 2015 • Worked as a team of five in a class of fifteen children six hours a week • Attended trainings on early childhood education and social justice National Organization for Women (NOW), Field Organizing Intern Washington, D.C. • Maintained member and chapter database, trained other interns on database June - August 2014 • Created voting rights action kit distributed to more than 300 chapters • Worked independently and in groups to create chapter resources Queer Resource Center, Queer, Questioning, and Allied Mentor Program Mentor Claremont, California • Mentored queer, questioning, and allied college students August 2013 - May 2017 • Organized community events • Received training on privilege, domestic violence, sexual assault, disabilities, and substance abuse Motley Coffee Shop Claremont, California Barista August 2012 - May 2017 • Barista at a non-profit, feminist, student-run coffee shop • Worked with a team of four to create a proposal to re-center the Motley’s political mission; this proposal was approved and is in the process of being implemented Barista Lead January - December 2015 • Elected by barista team to serve as Barista Lead • Trained and served as resource for baristas, completed barista evaluations Pride Community Services Organization of Central Kentucky (Formally GLSO) Lexington, Kentucky Pride Festival Activities Committee Co-Chair October 2011 - June 2012 • Planned activities for 2012 Lexington Pride Festival, which serves all of Central Kentucky and draws thousands of attendees • Supervised activities and volunteers at Pride Festival Intern April - May 2012 • Assisted in redesigning PCSO Library • Organized data for grant report SKILLS Computer: Microsoft Office and Outlook, Social Media, Google Drive, Research, GIS Language: Spanish (proficient)


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INDUSTRY: Social Services Education Scripps College, Claremont, CA • Bachelor of Arts in Politics and International Relations • Senior Thesis Topic: The impact of institutions on gender within Nepali labor migration SIT Study Abroad, Nepal: Development and Social Change

May 2017

January – May 2016

Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH

Diploma, 2012 Leadership and Work Experience

Clinical Psychologist Shadowing, University of Kentucky Lexington, KY June – August 2016 • Observed patient-provider interactions and sat in on research and grant meetings • Learned and became passionate about the importance of a holistic approach to medicine that encompasses social and psychological aspects of health • Received HIPPA training and became certified Independent Study Project, School of International Training Nepal April – May 2016 • Organized and self designed research project, in which 25 interviews were conducted in Nepali • Research addressed the intersection of labor migration and empowerment of Nepali women through microfinance • Wrote research paper and presented findings at end of research period Policy Intern, Global Financial Integrity Washington, D.C. June – August 2015 • Global Financial Integrity works to curtail the cross-border flow of illegal money to enhance global development and security • Assisted with research on money laundering, tax evasion, and terrorist financing • Copyedited reports funded by organizations such as the Government of Finland and the Ford Foundation Staff Intern, The Wilson Center Washington, D.C. May – August 2014 • Worked on ‘The Women in Public Service Project,’ whose mission is to build a global network of women leaders • Researched various issues surrounding women in public service using legal research databases such as HeinOnline and LexisNexis • Maintained organization’s website and social media on a daily basis • Facilitated the connection of emerging women leaders with women at the highest levels of decision-making via mentoring platform Advocacy Director, Nourish International Claremont Colleges, Claremont CA • Explored development and global inequality through selected readings • Planned events to raise awareness about the social justice sector • Facilitated conversations about current events in club meetings

September 2013 – March 2015

Additional Skills, Experiences, and Activities • • • •

Proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel, Photoshop, InDesign, and social media Writer for ‘The Golden Antlers,’ Claremont’s satire publication Mentor with the ‘Kentucky Mentoring Program’ at the Claremont Colleges Conversational Nepali and Italian


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INDUSTRY: Social Services

EDUCATION Scripps College, Claremont, CA May 2016 Bachelor of Arts, Honors in History • Cumulative GPA – 3.68 • Senior Thesis: Blood On the Leaves: Lynchings, Police Murders, and the Narration of Racial Terrorism Against Black Bodies • Related coursework: Marx in Context, The Black Male Experience, The African Diaspora US since 1877, the American 1960’s, Decolonizing History, Black Americans and Political Systems, Prisons, Parks, and the Legacies of Colonialism, and Race, Education, and Law Fall 2014 IES Abroad, Granada, Spain

HONORS AND AWARDS Dean’s List Scholar Spring 2013 –Spring 2016 (6 semesters) Edward A. White Award in American Studies May 2016 • Awarded annually to a senior who has done outstanding work in the study of the United States and its history, culture, or politics as evidenced in her senior thesis History Senior Thesis Award May 2016 • Presented by the history faculty for the best senior thesis in history and related disciplines Hearst Foundation Senior Thesis Research Grant of $1000 October 2015 • Awarded to five seniors each semester to provide funding for materials or research–related travel

EXPERIENCE Administrative Assistant, Foundation Investment Group, Berkeley, CA June 2014 – August 2016 • Organized and reproduced files of over 5,000 client investment histories • Assisted the office manager in administrative tasks Education Associate, Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco, CA May 2015– August 2015 • Developed and organized two educational programs: Diaspora Dialogues, a transnational dialogue on race, identity, and culture between Black immigrants and African Americans, and the Bino and Fino DVD Launch Event, a celebration of Nigerian cartoonist Adamu Waziri • Corresponded with Bay Area non-profits, schools, and black arts and justice organizations for programming outreach • Greeted, informed, and sold items to patrons of the museum at the front desk • Published a short editorial on the MoAD blog Recreational Leader, City of Berkeley Recreation, Berkeley, CA June 2013 – August 2015 • Facilitated after school programs and communicated with parents during summer camp drop offs • Refereed volleyball games and acted as sole supervisor during adult nighttime recreation activities • Helped supervise a block party and carnival servicing over 500 children each summer • Greeted patrons and informed them of the City of Berkeley’s recreational opportunities Research Assistant, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA January 2014 • Cleaned and cross–referenced pesticide use data in Excel to track trends for a National Science Foundation–funded research project on the strawberry industry and farm worker health

SKILLS AND EXTRACIRRICULAR ACTIVITIES Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), Zotero, and social media software Intermediate language proficiency in Spanish CPR/AED certified Co-Captain of the Claremont Colleges Women’s Club Volleyball


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INDUSTRY: Social Services EDUCATION Scripps College: Claremont, California August 2012-May 2016 B.A: American Studies GPA: 3.87 Honors: Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude, Dean’s List, Mellon Foundation Undergraduate Research Fellow; Scripps Humanities Institute Fellow Senior Thesis: “A Model for Empowerment: Lugenia Burns Hope’s Community Vision through the Neighborhood Union” EXPERIENCE Urban Compass, Program Coordinator, Watts, California August 2016-Present • Manage an encouraging and productive classroom of 15 elementary school students; provide individual academic support; work with program team to design enriching sports and blended learning activities for 50 students; supervise high school and college student volunteer tutors • Track student progress through management of social and academic data on Salesforce, collaborate with parents on studen