-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
· 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.
· 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.
· 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.
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.