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Résumé Book “Preparing for tomorrow, today.” This document contains résumés of some of the brightest student representatives of the Howard University School of Business. It is our pleasure to present them to you, our sponsor, as highly skilled and qualified individuals to be considered for employment within your company.

Beta Alpha Psi – Eta Nu Chapter Howard University School of Business 10/1/2010


AISHA OZOYA 9 S street NW, Washington, DC 20001 (646) 867 4326 EDUCATION

HOWARD UNIVERSITY, Washington, DC Major: Accounting BBA: May 2011 Cumulative GPA: 3.50

COMPUTER SKILLS Proficient knowledge of Corp_Pro, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Publisher. Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Access and Excel. Fair understanding of Spanish, both spoken and written HONORS AND AWARDS  Howard University School of Business Executive Leadership Honors Program  Howard University School of Business Dean’s List  Howard University Trustee Scholar  Howard University National Collegiate Scholar RELEVANT COURSES Accounting Principles 1&2 Honors, Intermediate Accounting I&2, Cost Accounting, Accounting Information System, Finance Honors EXPERIENCE Summer 2010

ERNST & YOUNG. McLean, VA / DC Horizon Intern, Sales & Marketing / National Tax  Assisted in the planning and organizing of the 2010 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year event, attended by over 600 professionals  Designed and compiled a detailed spreadsheet of past Entrepreneur of the Year candidates and winners from 1990 to date  Scheduled and monitored daily registration for a work-life balance class for Ernst & Young Tax professionals at the managerial level world-wide

Summer 2009

ERNST & YOUNG. Mclean, VA Horizon Intern, Diversity Recruiting  Designed Campus Recruiting Strategies for Howard and James Madison University to be implemented Fall 2009 to Spring 2010  Consolidated business contacts in an organized and efficient spreadsheet for future records  Assisted in selecting candidates for managerial positions, accelerating the interview and recruiting process  Completed several research case studies regarding diversity in Corporate America

Fall 2008

HOWARD UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT TELECOMMUNICATION CENTER. Washington, DC Advancement Ambassador  Raising funds from Howard University alumni, in order to provide opportunities for students to study aboard and gain international experience  Establishing partnership with alumni network by maintaining alumni records, personal and financial information including credit card information  Raised about $5,000 in 3 months

Summer 2008

NEWWAVE TELECOM & TECHNOLOGIES INC. Laurel, MD Accounting Intern  Monitored and recorded company expenses into Corp_Pro via the account payable function  Created a Corp_Pro Financial System Operational Manual for new employees  Responsible for issuing monthly checks for 10+ employees

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES  Public Relation officer of National Association of Black Accountants Howard Univ. chapter  Treasurer of Howard University Spanish Club (CHANGO)  Planning Committee for the Annual African Business Conference  Member - Howard University African Students Association (HUASA)  Member of Howard University Muslim Student Association

2009-2010 2009-present 2008-present 2007-present 2007-present


ALANA NORA 6407 Landover Rd., #201 Cheverly, MD 20785 (202)-468-2680

EDUCATION HOWARD UNIVERSITY, Washington, D.C. Expected Graduation: December 2010 B.B.A. in Accounting G.P.A. 3.21 Financed 100% of tuition

HONORS AND AWARDS •Howard University School of Business Summer Intern School in Atlanta, GA (May 2009) •School of Business, 21st Century Advantage Program – Howard University FordPAS Business Plan Competition, highest team GPA, highest accounting major GPA within the team •FordPAS and highest Accounting GPA scholarships •Associates of Science Degree in Accounting – AS Degree, (Business Administration). •PGCC Honors Society and Program-Accounting Student Achievement Award 2008 •Certificates of academic achievement and Dean’s List at PGCC •Nominated and selected for The National Dean’s List 2005-2006 edition

WORK EXPERIENCE Math Tutor, Prince George's Community College, Largo, MD, Feb '07 - Present •Assist students in the Math Lab with questions on Algebra, Calculus, Arithmetic, Trigonometry and others, which improves their final exam grades by 20% •Tutor an average of 3 to 6 students per hour, between the ages of 18 to 35 •Assist with online assignments and homework on and Store Clerk, Simply Fashions, Landover, MD, Jan ‘07 – May ‘07 •Consulted with clients to determine apparel needs and created multifunctional outfits to suit their needs •Reconciled cash receipts in excess of $100 daily •Improved visual merchandising by designing effective window displays to attract new clientele •Conducted fortnightly inventory of entire store and promptly reported any discrepancies

COMMUNITY SERVICE & VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE •Montgomery County’s 22nd Annual Community Service Day (October 2008). Landscaping for the National Center for Children and Families, along with BDO Seidman, LLP •PGCC’s Student Program Board’s Caribbean Fest, April 2006 and received the Certificate of Achievement. Organized and planned the Caribbean Fest, May 2007 and other events •Tobago Universal Academy, Trinidad and Tobago – Planned the 1st Annual Fundraiser – proceeds purchased toys, food and other necessities for two local orphanages in Tobago

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES •Beta Alpha Psi (Howard University student chapter) •Caribbean Students Association (Prince George’s Community College and Howard University) •Student Program Board (Prince George’s Community College)


Alexis Guy Email: Cell: 631-671-6189 Permanent Address 477 Lakeway Drive N. Babylon, NY 11704

College Address 2251 Sherman Ave Washington, DC 20059

OBJECTIVE: I am seeking a challenging position in accounting that will further develop my professional skills. EDUCATION: Howard University, Washington, DC  Executive Leadership Honors Program – Accounting Major  Current GPA, 3.87

Expected Graduation May 2012 B.B.A.

Relevant Course Work  Intermediate Accounting  Quantitative Business Analysis  Management Information Systems Honors & Awards  PNC Financial Services Group 2010 Case Study Competition – First Runner Up  National Society of Collegiate Scholars,  Harriet Tubman Quadrangle Honors,  Venettes Cultural Workshop Scholarship  Wendell Bodden “Community Service Award”

January 2009 - Present January 2009 - May 2009 May 2008, August 2010 May 2008

WORK EXPERIENCE: PNC, Pittsburgh, PA Finance Intern May 2010 – August 2010  Advanced the technology of PNC by assisting in pilot testing for a new Finance Business Intelligence Tool.  Created multiple reports and schedules to verify the accuracy of the new tool.  Developed and analyzed daily reports for loan and deposit balances.  Provided monthly reporting for TARP, adhering to internal requirements, and meeting strict deadlines.  Analyzed headcounts and open positions, using self created schedules and proficiency in excel.  Assisted with quarterly reporting, including Fair Value Disclosures and Quarterly Business Reviews.

A Squared Educators, Washington, DC Owner/Tutor September 2008 – April 2009  Created a unique and affordable tutoring service for elementary students.  Developed and executed customer focused marketing campaign recruiting in new business.  Successfully improved students scores by one full grade by the following semester.  Acquired strong interpersonal and leadership skills.

Lady Footlocker, Massapequa, NY

May 2007- August 2009 Sales Associate  Provided excellent customer service, even during peak time with multiple customers.  Maintained a high sale per hour dollar with the highest accessory percentage in the store.  Recognized as the top sales associate after increasing sales by 110%. EXTRACURICULAR ACTIVITES:  Finance Club - Secretary  America’s Promise- Mentoring Children  Student Teacher at the Venettes Cultural Workshop COMPUTER SKILLS:  Microsoft Excel  Microsoft PowerPoint

 Microsoft Word

September 2009 – Present August 2008 - Present September 2006 – May 2008

 Finance Business Intelligence Tools



Alycia Holland

416 Elm St. NW  Washington, D.C 20001  (704) 281-7049 

Education __________________________________________________________________________ August 2007-May 2011 Howard University Bachelors of Business Administration in International Business Concentration in Supply Chain Management

Washington, D.C Major GPA: 4.0 Overall GPA: 3.77

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Project Management Report Preparation Leadership Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Ppt, Access, Visio)

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Negotiation Strategies & Tactics Customer Service Team Player

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Supplier Continuous Quality Improvement Research/Analytical Professional Presentations

Professional Experience _______________________________________________________________ MAY 2010-AUG 2010 INTEL CORPORATION CHANDLER, AZ Undergraduate Technical Intern, Assembly Test Equipment Development, Test Integration Mangagement   

Developed advanced methods of visualizing competitive analysis data, optimizing efforts across business areas to benchmark competitors/peers Interacted with approximately 50 Intel vendors and key account managers to define industry landscape, developing these results into a data repository defining supplier capability and technology roadmaps Lead efforts to develop Supplier Health training documentation that educated department-wide employees on supplier health process and expectations, enabling the proactive identification of high risk suppliers and minimizing the impact to Intel’s high volume manufacturing facilities

MAY 2009-AUG 2009 ELI LILLY & COMPANY INDIANAPOLIS, IN Financial Intern, Procurement Operations, Sophomore Case Study Team Member   

Utilized new software to create global spend data reports, creating visibility for senior level management Assessed vendor relationships, developing these assessments into actionable reports to allow for streamlined vendor management Identified new solutions for the consolidation of Lilly’s supply base, potentially saving approximately $5,000,000

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OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE Lead Hostess, Gift Card Tech, Takeaway Waitress


Supervised host team of 10 people that were named best host team in state, contributing to division’s regional success Trained new employees, contributing to the host teams success Provided customer service in a professional and timely manner Managed at least $1000 in cash and $1800 in accounts receivable daily, contributing to the overall revenue Handled money from gift cards, selling $100,000 in gift cards for the season, reaching above bonus level of sales, increasing division’s regional revenue

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International Business Society/Vice President: 2009-2010 North Carolina Club/Treasurer: 2009-2010 Target H.O.P.E (Healing Opportunity Pride Empowerment)/Finance Committee: 2007-Present Executive Secretary, Team 1A School of Business: 2007 Volunteer/Liaison for Business Student Council/Information Session 2007-2008

Honors/Awards _____________________________________________________________________     

National Society of Collegiate Scholars: 2007-Present Golden Key International Society: 2008-Present Dean’s List: 2007-Present Trustee Scholarship: 2008-Present Top 10% of 2011 Class: 2007-Present


Shaun P. Birge (248) 361-2718 ADDRESS Campus: 350 Galloway St NE APT 110 Washington DC, 20011

Home: 16355 East Bedford Southfield, MI 48076

EDUCATION HOWARD UNIVERSITY Major: Accounting Minor: Business Administration Expected Graduation: May 2011

GPA: 3.19

Washington, D.C.

COURSEWORK Accounting principles I & II, Intermediate Accounting I & II, Accounting Information Systems, Business Orientation, Career Counseling

SKILLS Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint Excellent written, verbal, and research skills

WORK EXPERIENCE May 10 – July 10 CHARLES MORGAN, Bookkeeper  Managing Accounts Payable and Receivables

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May 08 - Aug 09

Nov 06 – Jan 08

Prepare bills, invoices, account statements, and other financial statements Assisted managers with accounting and administrative tasks ETKIN EQUITIES, Grounds Keeper

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Oak Park, MI

Farmington Hills, MI

Assisted managers with various tasks, resulting in expedited completion of jobs Maintained healthy relationships with tenants by fulfilling request in a timely manner Maintained a $30,000 water system, preventing severe damage from occurring TOYS “R” US, Sales Associate Novi, MI Managed seasonal inventory of $200,000 to $500,000, resulting in higher satisfaction with customers

Updated and created new displays, which maintained an easier shopping experience for customers Managed daily sales goals contributing to yearly revenue increases

ORGANIZATIONS National Association of Black Accountants, Beta Alpha Psi, Michigan Club, HU Transfer Student Association, HU Entrepreneurial Society, Golden Key International Honour Society AWARDS School of Business “Team of The Year”, Howard University Transfer Scholarship, Howard University Trustee Scholarship, HU Dean’s List, OCC Chancellor's Scholarship, OCC Dean’s List, SU Dean’s List VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Coaching Southfield Youth Football & Basketball, Aids Walk Washington 2008-2009, DC Kitchen, Paul Condino Campaign (Michigan State Representative) LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE 2010- Present Michigan Club 2009- 2010 HU Entrepreneur Society 2008- 2010 Michigan Club 2005- 2010 Southfield Youth Recreation

Vice President Vice President Web Administrator Coach


ERICA T. LOPER 2218 Gilboa Avenue Zion, Illinois 60099 ~ (847)406-6349 ~


Howard University, Washington D.C. Major: Finance BBA: May 2011 G.P.A. 3.53


PricewaterhouseCoopers, Chicago, Illinois Client Service Assurance Intern  Effectively executed a physical inventory observation  Updated Central Entity Service (CES) database through utilization of Global Assurance Deliver Model (GADM)  Assisted in editing an audit website, Mindlink, used for client audit records  Enhanced knowledge using Aura, an Audit software, to complete analytics  Completed asset testing for Audit planning and completion activities  Updated prior year audit workpapers

Summer 2010

Summer 2009/2008

Talent Development Program Intern  Created a client organization wide WBS charge code system  Developed a client revenue analysis and budget  Effectively edited a client pledge report spreadsheet  Assisted client in completing quarterly payroll tax reconciliations  Utilized internal email system and intranet database to increase network  Developed admirable relationships with other interns and employees of the Firm  Developed a National Intern Project with other PricewaterhouseCoopers interns  Assisted in creating and updating spreadsheets for the Institute of Internal Audit International Conference

Apr 2006 – Aug 2007

Zion Benton Public Library, Zion, Illinois Circulation Assistant  Handled purchases and fees of $200-250 daily from patrons  Effectively updated and created library accounts on library software  Established good customer relationships by greeting 150 to 200 patrons daily  Developed excellent relationships with coworkers and directors of the library  Assessed and complied data to increase patron usage

Sept 2005 – Apr 2006

Book Page  Effectively organized, sorted and distributed books  Assisted patrons with finding materials  Assisted with youth events and programs at library


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Howard University’s School of Business Dean’s List Beta Alpha Psi – Eta Nu Chapter, Vice-President National Association of Black Accountants, former Secretary Golden Key International Honour Society National Society of Collegiate Scholars Winner of The National TDP Intern Project 2008 for “Most Creative Research”


IMANI A. MUHAMMAD Permanent Address 8107 S. California Ave. Chicago, IL 60652 (773) 340-4929

College Address 2251 Sherman Ave, NW Washington, DC 20059 (773) 704-0458

EDUCATION HOWARD UNIVERSITY, Washington, DC Executive Leadership Honors Program Expected Graduation: May 2012 B.B.A. in Accounting Cumulative GPA: 3.36 RELEVANT COURSEWORK  Intermediate Accounting I  Quantitative Business Analysis (Honors)  Finance Principles (Honors)  Principles of Marketing (Honors) HONORS AND AWARDS  Howard University Capstone Scholarship – Fall 2008-Spring 2011 WORK EXPERIENCE PricewaterhouseCoopers, Chicago, IL Summer 2010 Semester of Discovery: Learning & Development Intern  Developed an excel worksheet that identified gaps within PricewaterhouseCoopers’ current learning map  Evaluated online learning courses from SkillSoft against the methodologies of PricewaterhouseCoopers to determine if they should be added to the Firm’s learning map  Created a PowerPoint with a summary of my findings that could be easily shared and understood by all employees within the Firm  Utilized excellent communication skills to develop and maintain relationships with my Supervisor, Career Coach, Peer Coach, Relationship Partner, and fellow interns EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES  Beta Alpha Psi, Eta Nu Chapter – Fall 2010 – Spring 2011  Illinois CPA Society – Fall 2010 – Spring 2011  The National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) – Spring 2010 – Spring 2011  The National Society of Collegiate Scholars – Fall 2010 – Spring 2011  Howard University Community Choir – Fall 2009 – Spring 2010  Bethune Annex Dormitory Pep Squad – Secretary, Spring 2009 o Created an Excel spreadsheet with detailed contact information of all members o Maintained communication between coordinator and members by sending emails about meetings and current group update  Chicago People’s Union – Fall 2008-Spring 2011 SKILLS  Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook


IZORIA FIELDS Permanent Address 330 Hinsdale St. Apt. 229E Brooklyn, NY 11207


College Address 4121 7th St. NW Washington, DC 20011 (347)278-9839 (Cell)

Howard University, Washington, DC Major: Accounting BBA: May 2012 Cum. G.P.A.: 3.56 MBA: May 2013 (Anticipated) Major G.P.A.:3.0

EXPERIENCE: HELP USA, New York, NY Internal Audit Intern Summer 2010  Drafted a policy in order to ensure that accurate protocols are put in place  Outlined an audit plan in order to implement an appropriate method of reviewing and reinforcing internal controls  Conducted petty cash counts to provide assurance that cash reported in the petty cash fund was accurate  Prepared purchase requisitions to guarantee the payment of vendors  Maintained operations database and ensured information accessibility  Created and implemented a filing system for locating documents in contract room, significantly reducing location time Warnaco Group Inc., New York, NY Investor Relations/ Legal Intern Summer 2009  Aided in the creation of proprietary software for the legal department, allowing international lawyers to have access to contracts and other essential documents  Reviewed contracts for vital data relevant to lawyers’ cases  Responsible for the upkeep of Selectica, an online database  Compiled packages of archived SEC documents, as a point of reference for the Director of Investor Relations to keep track of the company’s financial history  Researched competitor stock and financial information, to measure the company’s standing in the market  Itemized, labeled, and duplicated files, contributing to the organization of the company’s documents

Extra Curricular Activities  National Association of Black Accountants- Treasurer  CPA Excel Campus Representative  Street Bid’naz (Mentoring Organization)  National Society of Collegiate Scholars  Beta Alpha Psi- Eta Nu Chapter  Word Up (Bible Study)  Member of the 21st Century Advantage Program; Fordpas Business Plan Competition winning team 2008/2009 ; Team Treasurer & Sub Group Leader


Jasmine Carpenter 1400 Plantation Lakes Circle • Chesapeake, VA 23320 (757) 675-6427 • EDUCATION:

HOWARD UNIVERSITY, Washington, DC B.B.A. May 2011 Major: Accounting Cumulative G.P.A.: 3.41 Scholarships: School of Business Trustee Scholarship

SKILLS:  Microsoft Office Word 2000 Specialist Certification  Excellent verbal and written communication skills  Comfortable and confident public speaker  Frequently gives presentations to large audiences EXPERIENCE: May 2010 – Present THE HILLTOP CAMPUS NEWSPAPER, Washington, DC Assistant Business Manager  Responsible for assisting the Business Manager with creating a productive, collaborative office culture for more than 15 business office employees  Develop and present yearly operating budget projection of more than $150,000 for approval by overseeing Policy Board  Report weekly advertising revenue consisting of national, local, and campus account balances using Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, Google Docs, and AdWorks Software Summer 2010

PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS (“PwC”), LLP, Chicago, IL Internal Firm Services – Information Technology Intern  Enhanced organizational support by assisting Asset Manager in deploying bulk items and peripherals such as privacy screens, docking stations, AC adapters, etc.  Recorded daily transactions between technicians and help desk customers using HP Service Manager 7 ticket tracking system, supplying effective feedback for future interactions  Exceeded expectations by assisting Regional New Hire Manager in preparing more than 100 company-issued PCs for newly hired contractors, employees, and partners  Maintained inventory list of 275-350 outgoing PCs to be re-imaged, resold, and recycled by a thirdparty vendor prior to the end of Fiscal Year 2010

Aug. 2009 – Apr. 2010 THE HILLTOP CAMPUS NEWSPAPER, Washington, DC Assistant Copy Chief  Checked 10-page daily newspaper in its entirety for spelling and grammatical errors prior to printing, contributing to its overall clarity and quality  Managed and trained a diverse group of 5-7 individuals  Helped develop and maintain business relationships by adhering to the deadlines of the printing press, ensuring the paper’s longevity in printing and advertising  Consulted editorial staff of 60 people by assessing the aesthetic, substantive quality and credibility of the paper in order to maintain and surpass its high national ranking Summer 2009

HOWARD UNIVERSITY OFFICE OF ADMISSION, Washington, DC Administrative Office Assistant  Maintained timely records of information requested during more than 50 customer interactions daily  Assisted recruiting staff in enrolling more than 1,700 incoming first time in college students for the following school year  Implemented model for adequately preparing and training more than 60 Student Ambassadors to comply with University quality service standards

HONORS AND AWARDS:  Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 2009-2010  National Association of Black Accountants – Howard Chapter Outstanding Member, 2009-2010  PwC eXceed Scholarship, 2010 ACTIVITIES:  President, Beta Alpha Psi – Eta Nu Chapter  National Association of Black Accountants  Student Ambassadors

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Japanese Culture Club National Society of Collegiate Scholars Greater DC Cares – VITA Volunteer


Jason M. Cole Permanent Address 11416 W. 104th Street Overland Park, KS 66214 Home: (913) 888-4487 Cell: (913) 660-3710

College Address 2251 Sherman Ave., NW Washington, D.C. 20001


Howard University, Washington D.C. Major: Finance BBA: May 2011 G.P.A.: 3.4 Scholarships: Legacy Scholar EMPLOYMENT

The Boeing Company, St. Louis, Missouri (May, 2010 – August, 2010) INROADS, Inc. Intern Responsibilities: Followed a management training and leadership development summer internship program in the Business Operations function. Federal Reserve Bank of KC, Kansas City, Missouri (June, 2007 - August, 2009) INROADS, Inc. Intern Responsibilities: Followed a management training and leadership development summer internship program. The Finish Line, Overland Park, Kansas (November, 2006 - May, 2007) Part-time Sales Associate Responsibilities: Assisted customers with sales, kept store clean, and stocked merchandise on sales floor. Target Store, Overland Park, Kansas (May, 2006 - August, 2006) Part-time Sales Associate/Cashier Responsibilities: Customer service, stocked shelves, kept the store clean, and processed sales transactions. HONORS & ACTIVITIES HONORS/AWARDS

President’s Award for Educational Excellence (2007) Ventures Scholar (2006, 2007) All-Sunflower League H.S. Football selection – 3rd Team (2005, 2006) Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP) Scholar (2001-2007) Paseo Baptist Church Charles J. Briscoe Scholarship recipient (2007, 2009) NAACP Black Advisory Council Scholarship recipient (2007) Kansas City Links Scholarship recipient (2007, 2008, 2009) Kansas City Kiwanis Scholarship recipient (2007) Howard University Legacy Scholarship recipient (2007, 2008) Howard University School of Business Dean’s List (2007, 2008) INROADS Kansas City Male Scholar and Freshman of the year (2007, 2008) Sprite Stepoff Scholarship Recipient (2010) SCHOOL CLUBS/ EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

The Xi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. - Keeper of Exchequer (Treasurer) (2009-2011) Eastern Province C. Rodger Wilson Leadership Conference Committee member (2010) Howard University School of Business Student Council (2009-2010) Gold Key International Honour Society (2009-2010) National Pan-Hellenic Council Representative (2009-2010) Christian Brothers United- Howard University (2007-2008) Howard University NAACP (2007-2008) National Society of Collegiate Scholars- Howard University (2008-2010) LeadAmerica Congressional Student Leadership Conference at Gallaudet Univ., Washington, D.C. (June, 2006) ORGANIZATIONS/COMMUNITY SERVICE

NE Johnson County NAACP Youth Member (2000-2007) INROADS, Inc. – Kansas City (2007-2010)

Salvation Army Angel Tree Program (2006-2009) Sankofa Mentor Program, Cofounder (2008)


JENIQUE HAREWOOD 2251 Sherman Ave, Apt 941B Washington, DC 20001 202-215-3619

743 Fairmont St, NW Apt 202 Washington, DC 20001 202-215-3619

EDUCATION HOWARD UNIVERSITY, Washington, DC Expected Graduation: May 2011 B.B.A in Finance Cumulative GPA: 3.44 Major GPA: N/A

RELEVANT COURSEWORK • Quantitative Business Analysis • Business Finance • Management and Organizational Behavior HONORS AND AWARDS - Achieved Deans List status for 3 years. - Financed 100% of college education through internships and work-study; completing degree within 4 years.

WORK EXPERIENCE Summer Intern, Environmental Protection Agency, Crystal City, VA, June - August 2010 - Assisted Branch Chiefs in approving financial awards for employees within a very small time frame - Developed a new filing system in order to help manager’s access employees’ personnel files efficiently - Prepared a PowerPoint presentation for employees on government policy about Human Resources issues such as vacation, annual leave - Assisted in producing a weekly newsletter for the branch that was distributed during meetings Summer Intern, Environmental Protection Agency, Crystal City, VA, June-August 2009 - Assisted in processing 20 new hire documentation and packages for department distribution to new employees - Created Excel spreadsheets to record and track salaries of employees on detail in Las Vegas, North Carolina and New Jersey - Populated information from the spreadsheet into the People Soft System for review by supervisors before approval - Compared past and present Government Planning and Implementation Manuals for changes and new policies and prepared a report for review by the supervisors Summer Finance Intern, Atlantic LNG, Trinidad, July - August - Responsible for processing invoices for approval by managers and ensuring payments to creditors are timely and liaised with vendors to ensure timely delivery of goods to the warehouses - Processed approximately 30 invoices per day; equivalent to $100,000 US - Interfaced with the Oracle Financial System where invoices were processed, matched and approved -Created daily reports of all the invoices and presented to managers for signatures - Assisted in closing approximately 200 expired purchase orders that were in the Oracle System. - Prepared a presentation of the entire process of closing the purchase orders for management review as my final project.

SKILLS - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Strong computer skills and exposure to Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access. - Successful leader, equally effective as member of a team. - Highly organized able to multi-task and accomplish multiple objectives. - Professional demeanor and attentive to detail.


Kwabena Victor 2251 Sherman Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20059 U.S.A 917.579.9109

3408 Kingsland Avenue Apt 1 Bronx, NY 10469 U.S.A 917.579.9109

Education Howard University, Washington, DC B.S., Accounting, 2012. M.B.A. 2014 Cumulative GPA: 3.3/4.0. Major GPA: 3.5/4.0

Work Experience Student Worker, All Over Travel, New York, NY, Summer 2010 • •

Answered phone calls, greeted clients, and scheduled appointments. Conducted research for individuals seeking housing.

Secretarial Assistant, Eagle Academy for Young Men, Bronx, NY, Summer 2009 • •

Answered phone calls and directed inquiring parents effectively Exceptionally performed filing, receptionist, record keeping and other related clerical work

Extracurricular Activities National Association of Black Accountants- President • Set up academic year schedule of events. • Serve as a liaison between NABA-HU members and prospects and several accounting firms including PwC, KPMG, and Grant Thornton. • Raised $10,000 in sponsorship. • Delegate and supervise duties of NABA-HU e-board. • Put forth ideas and events to increase membership. 21st Century Advantage Program- Project Manager • Appointed to supervise a team of 15 in the preparation of key financial statements for a team business plan project on which we received an A. • Actively participated in the gathering of market research and survey data for market studies. • Reviewed and proofed all essential financial documents for team project. Hospitality High, Washington DC- Mentor • Mentoring underprivileged senior high school students Beta Alpha Psi, Eta Nu Chapter- Treasurer National Council of Negro Women- Historian Committee National Society of Minorities in Hospitality Bethune Annex Dormitory Res-Fest 2009 Step Team


PHILLIP BATTEN 1402 Weston Woods Blvd. Orlando, FL 32818 Mobile: (321) 230-4643 EDUCATION: Howard University, Washington DC  Bachelor of Science in Finance  Expected graduation date: Dec 2010  GPA: 3.04/4.00 Objective: Graduate with excellent academic standing, and obtain a full-time employment position. RELEVANT COURSES:  Business Finance  Financial Management  Financial Policy & Decision Making  Financial Modeling & Analysis  Intermediate Accounting

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Principles of Investments Production & Operations Management Managerial Economics Management Information Systems Statistics for Business & Economics

Internship: Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control, Orlando, FL Materials Acquisition Mgt Intern Summers of 2008 & 2009  Worked expediting efforts on the JAASM production program and updated necessary information such as material purchase orders, supplier delivery dates, MOOG Checklist documents, and parts lists  Evaluated cost and price analysis procedures of JAASM and LRASM programs  Shadowed SEMAC expediters, SEMAC Buyers and Procurement Finance Representatives  Facilitated 2009 Annual Ethics Awareness Training for team of over 100 employees Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control, Orlando, FL SEMAC Procurement Intern Summer of 2010  Generated and distributed high volume request for quotes to suppliers  Supported expediting efforts on the SEMAC’s Proposal Team  Researched to promote competition on proposals in order to achieve the most competitive pricing  Resolved supplier issues related to the proposal efforts

Work Experience: Howard University Donor Relations, Washington, DC Office Assistant October 2007- April 2008  Compose, organize and update all paperwork pertaining to scholarship donors  Maintain written and verbal communications between Donor Relations office, donors and students  Seek out information that aids in the distribution of Howard University scholarships Victoria Secret, Orlando, FL Sales Associate June 2007- August 2007  Performed daily marketing and promotional activities of each product line and Victoria Secret credit cards  Monitored and maintained retail store’s organization and merchandising  Consistently delivered customer service and attention to detail

ACTIVITIES and AWARDS:  National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS)  Drew Hall Honor Society at Howard University  Howard University School of Arts & Sciences Honor Society  Howard University Trustee Scholarship Award  Four year High School Varsity basketball Letterman Award  Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

Member Member Member Recipient Recipient Member

November 2008 April 2007 April 2007 August 2007 April 2007 September 2006


Permanent Address 2024 W Keefe Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53206 (414) 828-9178

Current Address 2601 Sixteenth St, NW #445 Washington, DC 20009

Quincy Jack E-mail: Education Howard University School of Business, Washington, DC BBA: May 2012 Major: Accounting G.P.A.: 3.4 Scholarships Howard University Leadership Scholarship School of Business Trustee Scholarship Work Experience Office of Residence Life, Howard University August 2010-Present Resident Assistant, Meridian Hill Hall  Co-Supervising a floor of roughly 100 residents by keeping order on the floors, promoting cleanliness, and hosting meetings and programs, improving management and leadership skills  Controlling the flow of people coming in the building by thoroughly checking residents’ IDs and managing visitation log book  Working roughly 12 hours a week at the front desk which includes answering phone calls, sorting and distributing mail, and assisting residents with problems and concerns they may have KPMG LLP, Milwaukee, WI Summer 2010 Corporate Management Intern  Shadowed engagement teams on numerous client sites and completed various tasks delegated to me, developing relationships throughout the firm and increasing abilities to work in a team setting  Assisted coworkers of all levels by aiding in the completion of a variety of projects, enhancing time management skills  Managed records center, tax library, and mail room throughout the internship 21st Century Advantage Program, Howard University January 2009-April 2010 Management Team Leader, Eli Lilly Team  Managed and provided 21 new entrants with leadership and guidance through exposure to business concepts and projects while ensuring a proper transition from high school to college, via weekly team meetings  Aided in the creation and planning of team projects including a corporate analysis and group presentations of the parent company Eli Lilly and Company  Maintained an excellent relationship with Eli Lilly and Company as a liaison for the 21 CAP program  Completed 16 weeks of intense management and leadership training Pick N’ Save, Glendale, WI October 2007-January 2010 Cashier/Bagger  Assisted customers with checking out and loading their groceries, resulting in enhancing customer service skills  Managed thousands of dollars for the company, assisting in increasing the company’s revenue  Trained new cashiers and baggers, acquiring management skills and establishing a sense of leadership in the company Extra-Curricular Activities  KPMG Student Ambassador-Howard University  Member of Beta Alpha Psi, Eta Nu Chapter  Member of NABA-Howard University Chapter  Intern Champion for Interns for Literacy (Families for Literacy)  Howard University Pool Club  AIDS Walk 2008 and 2009 Washington, DC


Tiyi McCorvey Permanent Address 69 Cortlandt Ave. New Rochelle, NY 10801 (914) 393-0168


College Address 2251 Sherman Ave NW Washington, DC 20001 (914) 393-0168

Howard University, Washington DC Major: Finance BBA: May 2011 GPA: 3.0 Howard University School of Business Trustee Scholarship

EXPERIENCE: Howard University’s Circle K International, Washington, DC President   

Spring 2010- Present

Strategically plans organization activities, along with respective committees, engaging 60 members in community service both on campus and in neighboring communities Manage an executive board of 13 members individuals, contributing to greater organization productivity and efficiency Keep membership informed and updated with relevant club activities, enabling 70% increase in participation

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Howard University, Washington, DC March 2009 – 2010 Treasurer  Compile annual chapter operations and fundraising budgets based on trend analysis, resulting in more accurate planning  Administer check disbursement and budget reconciliation process gaining proficiency in Microsoft Excel  Implement operational controls to maintain transparent recordkeeping for yearly transactions between $20,000 - $30,000  Provide financial analysis of operational and fundraising activities to determine any anomalies and forecast spending  Lead monthly finance meetings reporting detailed financials and improving written and verbal communication skills Jacob Riis Settlement Community Based Non-Profit Organization, Queens, NY Camp Counselor   

Mentored 20 – 25 children daily building productive relationships and enhancing interpersonal communication Supervised approximately 50 children on camp trips weekly reinforcing accountability and safety awareness Created challenging activities for camp attendees ages 11 – 14 achieving goal of active participation and social interaction

Greentree Country Club, New Rochelle, NY Lifeguard/Instructor    

Summer 2007 - 2009

Managed pool activity demonstrating excellent leadership skills and ensuring fluidity in day-to-day operations Facilitated swim lessons for children ages 5 - 6 on a weekly basis teaching the rules and fundamentals of swimming Maintained cleanliness of pool and beach areas contributing to the improved reputation of the country club Responsible for hourly testing of chemicals levels in pool identifying any irregularities and adhering to health standards

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES/COMMUNITY SERVICE:  Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc - Howard University Chapter (2009-Present)  President, Circle K International - Howard University Chapter (2010 - Present)  Treasurer, Circle K International - Howard University Chapter (2008 - 2010)  Investment Club- Howard University (2009-Present)  NAACP - Howard University Chapter (2007-2008)  Fordham University Science Technology Entry Program (S.T.E.P) (2002-2007)  Jack and Jill of America (1998-2007) , Historian (2004-2005) HONORS:    

Summer 2008 - 2009

Margaret Hill Scholarship Recipient (2010) National Dean’s List (2007-2008) Black Scholars of 2007 for Westchester County Who’s Who Among Americas High School Students


2010 Resume Book  

Resumes of students at Howard University

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