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Rasheed
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Health consultant
Job Type: Full-Time , open to relocation

Education

From 0 to 2012
University of Colorado-Boulder (USA)
From 0 to 2013
University of Colorado-Boulder (USA)
No added languages

Experience

Research Assistant
National Research Center, Inc (USA)
March 2013 - Present Day (4 years 3 months)

-Making presentations using powerpoint and Prezzi

-Using online tools to create marketing videos

-Training on Logical model and other evaluation methodology via American Evaluation Association

-Initiating inquiry into Context and potential factors involved in clients seeing extraoridnary improvements in key community satisfaction areas

-Generating Reports in "Turning Point" an interactive educational software program

-Coding Qualitative Data in Microsoft Excel

-Customized Data Definitions in SPSS Statistical Analysis Programming

- Formatting Citizen Surveys administered to 1,000s of residents in cities, towns and counties across the United states of America

Community Relations Coordinato
Senior Helpers Denver
October 2011 - April 2012 (7 months)

· Care-giving for patient with mild Dementia

· Assisting in lifting patients and cleaning as needed at Independent & Assisted Living facilities

· Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Training – via training materials created by leading Alzheimer’s Dementia Care Specialist Teepa Snow

· Project lead on first company submission of “Request for Proposal” for Home Care Agency services made by the “City and County of Broomfield”

· Supervising relations between Independent Living Facility Management and Senior Helper Caregivers

· Called to amend marred relations with clients

· Contacted and assisted potential clients

· Worked with Executive Director and staff to ensure we are in compliance with regulations

· Communicated regulations to clients and addressed misunderstandings

· Marketing in Hospitals, Independent Living Facilities, in Boulder, Broomfield, Longmont

· Assisted in updating “contact database”

· Graphic Design: design, editing and revising fliers and marketing materials for external and internal use

· Assisted in organizing internal function: “Staff Holiday Party”

· Representing company at networking functions, and building relations with other agencies and partners.

Inner Campus-Liaison
Student Outreach Retention Center for Equity at the University of Colorado at Boulder
August 2010 - May 2011 (10 months)

· Disseminated Information about events particularly relevant to “underrepresented” communities.

· Administered, and occasionally wrote a weekly column, the “Source Spot” in the Colorado Daily that discussed issues or events locally, nationally, or globally affecting “underrepresented communities”

· Chaired the “Underrepresented Student Group Council” [USGC], a body that was being re-established in order to strengthen ties within underrepresented communities, as well as stay current on issues that were surfacing on campus

· Served as Student “Tri-Chair” for Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Minority Affairs, a committee discussing campus and state policies and other issues affecting student, staff and faculty and providing recommendations to the Chancellor.

· Member of the Steering Committee of the “Permanent Engagement Structure”. This was a new entity designed to allow administration and students to interface more extensively. I assisted with formulating the structure and functioning of this body.

· Built relationships with student groups and other campus departments

· Gave tours to mostly middle youth from lower socioeconomic, highly ethnically diverse backgrounds and encourage them to pursue higher education

· Met with City of Boulder officials, university administration and affected students after bias motivated incidents.

President, Vice President, Director of Finance
African Students Association at the University of Colorado at Boulder
November 2006 - August 2008 (1 year 10 months)

· Involved Organizing officer meetings, general meetings, delegating tasks, networking, training new officers, planning and organizing events.

· Managed and worked in officer team consisting of individuals born in at least 5+ different countries

· Planned “Taste of Africa” for two consecutive years; this is an annual event drawing 600-800 students, faculty and community members. (Involved: negotiating contracts/finding performing, making flight/travel/hotel arrangements; finding, ordering and negotiating with food vendors; working with facility services for security; working with rental services for appropriate equipment, stage, chairs, table cloths, etc; working with student leaders to design original event programming; submitted budget to Cultural Events Funding Board for funding; working with assigned liaison and assigned Student Organizations Finance Office agent to stay within-budget, send invoices, receive w-9’s and close account.

· Planned “African Culture and Art Explosion”; this was also an annual event emphasizing African art and fashion. This involved recruited models from within the general organization membership and without.; reserving the facilities for the event and rehearsals; working with catering and event services to discuss food room set up, audio/video, etc; submitting budget proposals to the appropriate funding boards and going before them to defend budgets.

· Delegation of tasks including: supervising the design of event fliers using Adobe InDesign/Photoshop; deciding which ads to place in which newspapers; supervising advertising on social media.

· Attending recruitment events and on-campus events to attract new membership and fielding questions on behalf of the organization.

· Conducted bi-weekly general meetings.

Additional information

About Me

I have obtained two Bachelors degrees:

Integrative Physiology (Science)

International Affairs (World Politics)

With these two degrees froma top university in the United States, combined with my experience and demonstrated potential I am well prepared to assume the responsibilities of the Public Health Facilitator.