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www.cca.edu Managed three academic programs with over three hundred students and seventy faculty Supervised twelve work-study students Co-managed three separate budgets Created digital archiving system Assisted in NAAB accreditation Nominated for Distinguished Staff Award Wrote Program Coordinator manual Helped establish architecture alumni council
www.Austinlawgroup.com Provided intake and assessments Calendared all referrals Supervised twelve interns each semester Filed state and federal 501(c)3 paperwork for over forty bay area non-profits Fielded inquiries from approximately two hundred active clients Established relationships with referral services Managed office gallery by hosting receptions for a secession of visual artists Supervised two part time administrative staff
Consultant to three non-profits: Ark House, Walden House, and Exiled Writers Project Conceptualized, implemented and managed facility for fifteen homeless adults Hired and supervised counselors, clinician, and house managers Wrote quarterly reports for the Department of Public Health Managed budgets Garnered wide spread support among business and neighborhood groups for several projects Built collaborative programs with New Leaf Services and Larkin Street Youth Center Co-wrote vision plan for Exiled Writers Project for UNLV
Edited online curriculum for high school science teachers Developed online student film contest Co-created WonderTreks, featured educational tool Wrote highly regarded proposal for income generating curriculum
www.mobileedproductions.com Solo traveled to over five hundred schools throughout the United States One of the highest rated performers at Mobile Ed Consulted with teachers and principals to evaluate teaching techniques Audience total over three hundred thousand Wrote and produced educational curricula for each K-12 learning level
Received foundation and CDBG grants totaling $110,000 Supported bicycle repair program to low-income youth in Tucson middle schools Earned UNESCO sponsorship for international work Established bicycle cooperative in Hidalgo Mexico with recycled bikes from Tucson landfill Received 3000 sq. ft. warehouse from AZ. Dept. of Transportation Put eighty free orange bicycles on streets for citizens to use and return to main streets Organized global bicycle ride in celebration of millennium with teams from many countries