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George Washington University | Washington, D.C. Master of Science in Anatomical and Translational Sciences 05/2020

Studied human biomedical and translational with basic science, genomics, pharmacology, and medical ethics courses. GPA 3.93/4.0.

Florida State University | | Tallahassee, FL , United States Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences 05/2018

Majored in biology with a focus on human medicine. Minors in chemistry and social work. Completed other coursework in psychology, history, and literature. GPA 3.68/4.0.

George Washington University | Washington, D.C., DC Graduate Teaching Assistant 08/2019 - 05/2020
  • Assisted in teaching two undergraduate courses: Biology of Health and Nutrition and Evolution, Ecology, and Physiology
  • Helped students understand fundamental macro and microscopic biological processes by creating small group learning activities and explaining complicated ideas in an absorbable manner
  • Developed course assignments and exams, increased my ability to communicate clearly, worked in a team to determine common objectives, and strengthened my knowledge of the basic sciences
George Washington University School of Medicine | Washington, D.C. Graduate Research Assistant 01/2019 - 05/2019
  • Conducted biomedical translational "bench to bedside" research into using RNA biomarkers in blood in order to diagnose coronary artery disease
  • Analyzed data to evaluate protocol efficacy, data collection efficiency, and progress on the project
  • Learned clinically translational lab skills to include synthesizing cDNA, completing ddPCR processes, and testing integrity of RNA samples
Florida State University Psychology Department | Tallahassee, FL Undergraduate Research Assistant 08/2016 - 05/2017
  • Worked with human participants in order to develop online treatments for general anxiety disorders
  • Learned how to operate and clean an EEG machine, as well as observe brain electrical activity by reading and processing a live EEG scan
  • Aided in creating and implementing new and more efficient laboratory procedures to minimize time and participant stress
  • Critical thinker
  • Effective Writer
  • Learns new concepts and procedures quickly 
  • Proficient in technology
  • Articulate in interpersonal communication 
  • Empathetic
  • Focused and analytic 
  • Adaptable
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Friendly, energetic and passionate about life long learning with more then 13 years experience as a Teaching Assistant. Motivated to help students learn and become independent. Exceptional communicator, problem solver and collaborator.

New York State Certified Level III Teaching Assistant.
Achieved Assessment of Teaching Assistant Skills Certification (ATAS), April 2006.
HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY, Hempstead, NY Frank G. Zarb of Business (AACSB Accredited). Dates of attendance fall 1996 to spring 1998.
NASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Garden City, NY Pursued an Associate's Degree (AS) in Business Administration
Professional Highlights
  • Adept in the application of Microsoft Office
  • Adept in Google Drive, VScope, Twitter & You Tube
  • Daily facilitation of technology with students, teachers and administrators
  • Adept in troubleshooting student Chromebook issues 
  • Club Advisor of the Broadcast Club
  • Club Advisor of the Newspaper Club
  • Assisted more than 50 students to successfully reach IEP goals.

  • Facilitator of small reading, writing, phonics and  math groups for grades K, 1st, 4th & 6th. 
  • Managed the Sunshine Club 
  • Liaison / Facilitator of Books Are Fun
  • Chaperoned field trips and after school activities 
  • Quick learner
  • Over 80 hours in staff development
  • Completed GCN Training and acquired certificate
Massapequa School District Massapequa, NY Teaching Assistant Level III 09/2006 to Current
  • Assist in the educational and social development of pupils under the direction and guidance of the teacher.
  • Conduct small group and individual classroom activities based on differentiated learning needs.
  • Daily observation of students to supply teachers with feedback regarding potential learning blocks and opportunities for support.
  • Assist in the implementation of Individual Education Programs for students and help monitor progress.
  • Provide support for individual students inside and outside the classroom to foster their participation in activities.
  • Work with other professionals, such as resource room teachers, speech therapists and occupational therapists, as necessary.
  • Assist classroom teachers with maintaining student records.
  • Support students with emotional or behavioral issues and help develop their social skills.
  • Daily implementation of individualized behavior plans.
  • Prepare and present displays of students' work.
  • Support classroom teacher in preparations of lessons.
  • Able to successfully undertake various responsibilities and duties as needed.

TNT USA Inc Melville, NY General Services Coordinator 01/2002 to 11/2005
  • Sole coordinator for TNT's corporate office and responsible for the daily maintenance and upkeep of thirteen US and nine Canadian office facilities.
  • Negotiated lease agreements and raised purchase orders for office equipment. 
  • Often provided off site facility support at TNT's hub at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
  • Vice President of the employee corporate committee responsible for all social/community events and outings.
  • Accountable for office bills and maintenance agreements.
  • Responsible for corporate travel booking.
  • Reconciled and managed AMEX corporate accounts.
  • Provided support and supervision to the front desk.
  • In charge of mail room operations.
FORCHELLI, SCHWARTZ, MINEO & CARLINO, LLP Mineola, NY Administrative Assistant/ Receptionist 01/1996 to 01/1998
  • Answered phones and transferred calls utilizing a central switchboard.
  • Performed clerical duties of filing,  emailing and faxing, and worked with computer programs such as excel, MS DOS, and MS Office Suite.
  • Created and maintained zoning applications and correspondence for members of the law firm.
  • Provided direct customer care to clients on a daily basis.
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Talented Acting/Theatre Director and Teacher with a strong background in the Arts bringing interpersonal skills, enthusiasm, organization and communication skills.
  • Highly responsible and reliable
  • Positive and outgoing
  • Strong understanding for Theatre
  • BFA in Acting/Performing Arts
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Organized
  • Professional
  • Manager Experience in the Performing Arts
Professional Experience
Assistant Teacher/Theatre Teacher
August 2018 to Current
Merryhill Elementary & Middle School Midtown Sacramento, CA
  • Working with 2nd grade students, Assessing, etc
  • Co-Directing/Stage Managing the after school Theatre Program, getting students prepared for Alice In Wonderland show, teaching students Theatre games, preparing them for life on stage.
  • Help Co-Teach additional after school program titled Odyssey of the mind- an explorative thinking workshop based around Performance, History and Abstraction.
Teaching Artist-Program Director ages 7-10
August 2017 to May 2018
Castro Valley Dramatic Arts Academy Castro Valley, CA
  • Working with students grades 1st-3rd and grades 3rd -5th in an Afterschool Theatre program.
  • Successfully developed lesson plans suitable for each grade level
  • Directed, planned, Stage Managed, Costumed and executed productions for students
  • Quarterly Theatre productions for parents 
  • Called meetings
  • Collaborated with other Teaching Artists
  • Created Props/Costumes
June 2016 to June 2017 Cascade Summit Montessori School Lead Preschool Teaching Assistant West Linn, OR
  • Create Music/Art with students
  • Support teacher with creating an open and creative learning environment for children 3-6
  • Lead teacher of group time
Teaching Artist
March 2014 to October 2015
Books and Cookies-Enrichment Staff and Sales Clerk Santa Monica, CA
  • Created and led lesson plans focused on the age level of children 
  • Working with children reading, singing, yoga, children's parties
AMDA College and Conservatory for the Performing Arts/ BFA - Acting/Performing Arts 
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  • 5+ years of experience in independent academic research.
  • M.A. in Anglo-American History.
  • Multiple awards for academic excellence in research and writing.
  • Versatile and diplomatic communicator with international background, easily adapting to individuals and situations.
  • Utilizes strong organization skills, meticulous attention to detail and effective time management to successfully complete tasks.
University of Cologne, Germany Ph.D.: English (emphasis on Film History/Cultural Studies)
Thesis: Remake | Premake. Hollywoods romantische Komödien und ihre Gender-Diskurse, 1 (
Honors: summa cum laude
Graduate Fellowship, German National Merit Foundation
Offermann-Hergarten Prize, University of Cologne​
University of Cologne, Germany Master of Arts: Anglo-American History, German

Honors: Erasmus Scholarship, National University of Ireland (NUI) Galway

Skills and Achievements

Research, Writing & Development:

  • Authored Ph.D. thesis on historical Hollywood cinema as well academic articles and book reviews.
  • Edited and translated working papers, anthology chapters, abstracts and student manuals. 
  • Developed 4 successful proposals for research and publishing grants.
  • Provided support to department chair: researched topics, compiled bibliographies, worksheets and other teaching materials. 

Organization & Planning:

  • Devised and taught undergraduate classes.
  • Drafted research projects in coordination with cross-institutional teams; created and successfully implemented schedules.
  • Managed databases and created reports.
 ​Interpersonal and Communication Skills:
  • Developed positive working relationships with diverse teams, faculty, administrators and students.
  • Successfully coordinated negotiations and correspondence with publishing companies and authors.
  • Graded papers, evaluated students and provided constructive feedback.   

Dedication to Excellence:

  • Ph.D. degree with summa cum laude
  • 3-year research grant from the German National Merit Foundation.
  • Awarded Offermann-Hergarten Prize by the University of Cologne for excelllence in academic research.
  • Publishing grants FAZIT-Stiftung, Boehringer, Buch Stiftung publishing grants
  • Selected for Erasmus Travel Scholarship to National University of Ireland (NUI) Galway.
  • Recipient of Lionbridge Reward for Quality. 
Katrin Oltmann McManus / page 2
Relevant Experience
05/2007 - 03/2009
Lionbridge Framingham, MA Translator/Editor
02/2002 - 06/2006
University of Cologne Cologne, Germany Graduate Teaching Assistant
01/2000 - 01/2002
University of Cologne Cologne, Germany Research Assistant
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Possesses expertise in training, development, and teaching as well as 9 years of administrative assistant experience. Comfortable working in a fast-paced, multitasking environment. Able to prioritize effectively to accomplish objectives using creativity, enthusiasm, and humor. 
Outpatient Therapist/ Psychology Assistant 08/2015 to Current South Central Mental Health Counseling Center El Dorado/ Andover, KS
  • Provided individual, family, and couples counseling
  • Assisted a team of 15 mental health professionals
  • Lead treatment teams for individualized client care plans
  • Monitored and maintained caseload and scheduling
Inpatient Therapist/ Behavioral Health Counselor 01/2015 to 08/2015 KVC Wheatland Children's Psychiatric Hospital Hays, KS
  • Conducted individual, group, and family therapy sessions
  • Developed, modified, and implemented treatment plans
  • Organized residential programs and activities       
Graduate Teaching Assistant 08/2013 to 12/2014 Fort Hays State University Psychology Department Hays, KS
  • Assisted professors in creating syllabi for classes  
  • Developed and delivered lectures/labs to undergraduate students
  • Graded/provided feedback on assignments, quizzes, and exams
Administrative Assistant 04/2011 to 08/2013 Hays Veterinary Hospital Hays, KS
  •  Managed the receptionist area, greeted visitors and responded to telephone/ in-person requests 
  • Assisted veterinarians with jobs when requested
  • Maintained kennels and exam rooms 
Front Office Assistant 08/2008 to 08/2013 Fort Hays State University Graduate School Office Hays, KS
  • Conducted full front office reception duties including faxing, filing, and managing mail
  • Assisted visitors and provided information about graduate programs
  • Organized and collaborated with others to set up promotions and events
Associate of Science: Veterinary Technician 2020 Wichita Area Technical College Wichita, KS, United States
Master of Science: Clinical Psychology 2015 Fort Hays State University Hays, KS
Bachelor of Science: Psychology 2013 Fort Hays State University Hays, KS
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Professional Summary

A university or college teaching position in  humanities, philosophy, literature or leadership.

>Proven skills in teaching, organization and communication

>Diversified education and experience enabling me to teach in several disciplines.  

>Exceptional and proven presentation, interpersonal, and communication skills. 

>Seasoned Professor with over 27 years experience of classroom and online teaching. Thoroughly understands the learning process and committed to excellence in teaching. Works hard to adapt teaching methods and use various styles including lectures, videos and classroom discussions.

  • Creative instruction style
  • Organized and detailed
  • Personable and approachable
  • Adult learning specialist
  • Extensive knowledge of ethics
  • Culturally-sensitive
  • Clear communicator of complex ideas
  • Extensive knowledge of leadership
  • Enthusiastic
Work History
07/1996 to 07/2016
Teaching Faculty City University Seattle, WA
  • Taught introductory and upper level courses in business organization and management, ethics and humanities
  • Taught graduate level organizational leadership courses to multicultural classrooms including Asian, European, African-American and Middle-Eastern
  • Fostered students' commitment to lifelong learning by connecting course materials to broader themes and current events.
  • Served on several college committees including revision of courses from in-person to hybrid format
  • Wrote course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments and handouts.
  • Planned, evaluated and revised course content and course materials.
  • participated in faculty meetings

09/1999 to 03/2002
Adjunct Faculty Wisdom for Life Institute Tacoma, WA
  • Taught courses in English, philosophy, theology and Biblical Studies.
  • Assisted in development of curriculum and policies for the Institute.
  • Participated in faculty meetings.
  • Planned, evaluated and revised course content and course materials.
01/1974 to 01/1981
Instructor Napa College Napa, CA
  • Taught courses in philosophy, religion and English.
  • Developed curriculum for new and existing courses.
  • Advised and tutored students.
  • Developed own course evaluation form to improve teaching methods and course curriculum.
09/1973 to 05/1974
Graduate Teaching Assistant Syracuse University Syracuse, NY
  • Taught courses in freshman composition and literature.
  • Planned, evaluated and revised course content and course materials.
  • Monitored students' academic progress and referred students who were struggling to campus resources.
09/1971 to 06/1973
Instructor Santa Rosa Junior College Santa Rosa, CA
  • Developed and taught new English course on research papers
  • Taught courses in literature and writing.
  • Assisted in startup of remedial English program.
  • Submitted new course proposals in English, humanities and psychology.
  • Advised and tutored students.
  • Planned, evaluated and revised course content and course materials.
Ph.M: Humanities (Religion ,Philosophy, English)
Syracuse University -

Humanities (Religion ,Philosophy, English)

Interdisciplinary degree focusing on teaching courses from multi-discipline approach

M.A: English
California State University - Fresno, CA


Secondary teaching credential Calif.

M.Div.: Theology, Psychology, Biblical Studies
San Francisco Theological Seminary - San Anselmo, CA

Bachelor of Arts: English
College of Wooster - Wooster, OH
  • Student Christian Assoc. Treasurer
Additional Information


>American Association of University professors

>Modern Language Association


"Studies in Literary Tragedy: Sophocles, Shakespeare and Faulkner" (1971) Masters Thesis.

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Skills and Competencies
  • Excellent collaborative and problem-solving skills; Well-built scientific-writing and presentation skills
  • Skillful in conducting literature reviews, developing methodological designs and statistical analysis plans
  • Considerable knowledge and experience in conducting health outcomes and epidemiological research using retrospective and prospective study designs 
  • Extensive experience in practical research implementation (working through IRB process, preparing data user agreement, developing protocols, analysis plans, and reports)
  • Sound familiarity with FDA guidance and ISPOR Good Practices for conducting HEOR research
  • Thorough understanding of HEOR strategies to generate evidence to support dossier development, HTA submissions, healthcare decision-making and reimbursement process
  • In-depth knowledge of pharmaceutical/biotech product development and regulations
  • Solid understanding of US healthcare system and key stakeholders
Relevant Work Experience
Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond, VA
Project Manager and Co-Investigator 08/2015 to 08/2017
Project Title: Over-The-Counter (OTC) Medication Use and Decision-Making among Community-Dwelling U.S.Older Adults: A Mixed-Modes Approach.
Project Design: The project involved a qualitative study (focus groups) and a quantitative study (one-on-one interviews) at two senior-living facilities in Central Virginia. The main objectives of this project were to explore and quantify older adults' experiences, perceptions, attitudes, preferences about over-the-counter medications use and decision-making.
Project Management: Expertly planned, coordinated, organized and directed all operations of this multi-phase multi-site project; coordinated between the principal investigator, co-investigator, study site coordinators, fiscal person, and other team members to plan, schedule and conduct the project within specified time frames; maintained open and effective communications within the team to increase productivity; defined project deliverable and monitored status of tasks; drafted action plans and led meetings with the team to review project status and proposed changes; updated and managed project databases; observed strict confidentiality and safeguarded all participant-related information.
Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond, VA
Graduate Teaching Assistant and Ph.D. Candidate 08/2013 to 12/2017
  • Conducted systematic and non-systematic literature reviews (PICO/PICOS criteria, PRISMA guidelines, Information sources-PubMed/Medline, CINAHL, AgeLine, PsycINFO, Software: DistillerSR)
  • Developed proposals, protocols and data analysis plans using MS Office, Mendeley, RefWorks
  • Performed health outcomes and epidemiological research using advanced statistical modeling methods (multivariate logistic, linear, poisson regression, hierarchical modeling, survival analysis, structural equation modeling)
  • Analyzed large population health data sets (BRFSS, NSHAP, MEPS, NHANES, HRS) using advanced analytical tools (SAS, STATA, Mplus)
  • Developed grant proposal, abstracts, presentations, and manuscripts
  • Presented scientific results in the form of poster/podium/presentation at national conferences
  • Assisted professors in managing Pharm.D. course load
Gandhi Hospital Hyderabad, India
Research Coordinator 05/2013 to 07/2013
Project Title: A Prospective, Non-randomized, Controlled, Analytical Study to Compare Cord Blood Lipid Profile and Insulin Levels of Small for Gestational Age and Appropriate for Gestational Age Term New-Borns in a Referral Hospital in Andhra Pradesh.
Project Activities: Developed study protocol, patient information sheet, informed consent form (ICF), case report form (CRF), standard operating procedures (SOPs) and study budgets; managed study sites from start-up through close-out to ensure adherence to protocol and ICH-GCP guidelines; monitored informed consent process, sample collection, study data and prepared visit reports; tracked patient enrollment and ensured adherence to protocol.
Project Management: Assessed feasibility, planned study, managed study site, provided operational support, coordinated effectively between the project sponsor, principal investigator, co-investigator, study site coordinators, project leader and other team members to plan, schedule and conduct the project within specified time frames; maintained open and effective communications with the team to increase productivity; defined project deliverable and monitored status of tasks; drafted action plans and led meetings with the team to review project status and proposed changes; observed strict confidentiality and safeguarded all patient-related information.
Indo American Cancer Hospital Hyderabad, India
Clinical Research Intern [Oncology] 01/2013 to 05/2013
Project Title: Evaluation of Study Drug versus Herceptin (in combination with Docetaxel) in Patients with Her 2+ Metastatic Breast Cancer: A Double Blind, Randomized, Active Control, Parallel Assignment, Comparative Phase III Trial. 
Project Activities: Provided operational support, monitored study data, site-visits and prepared visit reports; facilitated the distribution of study supplies; managed patient recruitment and randomization; maintained the Trial Master File (TMF); reported and documented serious adverse events (SAEs); ensured adherence to protocols, ICH, GCPs, and SOPs.
Academic Background
Ph.D.: Pharmacotherapy and Outcomes Science 2017 Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond, VA, USA
Certificate in Aging Studies 2017 Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond, VA, USA
Master of Science: Clinical Research 2013 ICRI-Cranfield University Hyderabad, AP, India
Master of Science: Clinical Research 2013 ICRI-Cranfiled University Hyderabad, AP, India
Master of Science: Pharmaceutical Chemistry 2006 Banasthali University Jaipur, RJ, India
Bachelor of Science: Biotechnology 2004 Jiwaji University Gwalior, MP, India
Relevant Coursework
  • Advanced Epidemiological Methods and Data Analysis
  • Advanced Health Outcomes Research Methods
  • Applied Data Analysis I and II - Bio-statistics 
  • Applied Data Analysis I and II - SAS Lab
  • Observational Data Methods
  • Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety 
  • Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis 
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Professional Summary
Enthusiastic teaching instructor skilled in fostering student motivation and promoting life long learning. Demonstrated capabilities in working with a diverse group of individuals from various sociocultural backgrounds. Committed to providing students with the resources necessary to allow them to accomplish their academic endeavors. A highly motivated , effective communicator who is trusted and diligent enough to carry out tasks to completion. A reliable and persistent individual who would be an asset in leadership roles. Extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office, SPSS, and JMP. Passionate and hands-on leadership qualities that promotes high performance, motivation, and results.
  • Teacher of Record credential
  • Experience working in a university setting
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Expertise in organization and resourcefulness
Work History
Customer Service Manager, 07/2016 to Current
Blu Edge Fitness Kyle, TX
  • Trained and developed new associates on  Club Systems POS  and key sales tactics.
  • Created weekly work shift schedule.
  • Increased profits through effective sales training and troubleshooting profit loss areas.
  • Reordered inventory and counted cash drawers.
  • Maintained up-to-date client accounts through Club Systems software.
  • Managed client account transactions and contract renewal.
  • Coordinated the  fitness class schedule and the sale of gym membership packages.
  • Processed membership cancellations, client payments, and handled account problems.
Introductory Statistics Tutor, 08/2016 to 12/2016
Texas State University Round Rock Campus Round Rock, TX
  • Tutor for two class sections of PSY 2301 Introductory Statistics lecture and PSY 2101 Introductory Statistics lab courses in the department of psychology.
  • Assisted students in the comprehension and completion of homework assignments.
  • Guest lecturer on two occasions for the Introductory Statistics lab course and proctored two Introductory Statistics lecture tests.
  • Administered six review sessions to prepare students for semester examinations.
  • Developed PowerPoint presentation lecture content and notes to facilitate the learning process.
  • Developed supplemental materials for difficult course content. 
Graduate Teaching Assistant, 05/2015 to 05/2016
Texas State University San Marcos, TX
  • Conducted lecture for two one hour course credit lab sections of Introductory Statistics Labs for the Summer 2015, Fall 2015, and Spring 2016 semesters.
  • Delivered nine lectures with nine corresponding labs and nine homework assignments utilizing SPSS, a statistical analysis program for the social sciences.
  • Administered/Proctored and graded midterm and final exams to measure students' learning outcomes and acquisition of knowledge.
  • Hosted and lectured two review sessions to prepare students for midterm and final examination content.
  • Graded homework assignments, extra credit assignments, the midterm, and final.
  • Held office hours each week and developed supplemental studying materials to aid students towards mastery in relation to T-Test, ANOVA, and Chi-Square analyses.
  • Created PowerPoint presentation lecture content and notes to facilitate the learning process.
Graduate Instructional Assistant, 08/2014 to 05/2015
Texas State University San Marcos, TX
  • Instructional Assistant for four course sections of PSY 2301 Introductory Statistics lectures for the Spring 2014, Fall 2014, and Spring 2015 semesters.
  • Conducted office hours each week to provide assistance to students with course content and homework assignments .
  • Guest lecturer for midterm and final examination study sessions.
  • Developer and lecturer for four test review study sessions per semester .
  • Proctored examinations each semester to prepare students for exam content.
  • Searched for media, materials, and documents to be used as supplemental material in lecture to foster increased understanding in relation to difficult course content.
  • Developed PowerPoint presentations, class lecture notes, and test review worksheets.
Undergraduate Instructional Assistant, 08/2013 to 05/2014
Texas State University San Marcos, TX
  • Instructional Assistant for two class sections of PSY 2315 Abnormal Psychology lecture and PSY 3300 Lifespan Development lecture each semester.
  • Conducted office hours each week to provide students assistance with course content and homework assignments.
  • Developed and lectured test review study sessions each semester for Abnormal Psychology and Lifespan Development courses.
  • Searched for media, materials, and documents to be used as supplemental studying material .
  • Graded homework and extra credit assignments each semester.
  • Recorded attendance for each class section.
Waitress, 06/2012 to 07/2013
Shore Club Restaurant & Bar Leander, TX
  • Demonstrated genuine hospitality while greeting and establishing rapport with guests.
  • Guided guests through menus while demonstrating thorough knowledge of the food, beverages and ingredients.
  • Maintained table settings by removing courses, replacing utensils and refilling beverages promptly and courteously.
  • Assisted with the band setup , banquet setup and service, patio area service, and packaging food for take-out.
  • Maintained complete knowledge of restaurant menu, including daily specials.
  • Routinely supported other areas of the restaurant as requested, including answering telephones and completing financial transactions for other staff.
  • Coordinated events and birthday parties on site.
Master of Arts: Psychological Research, 2016
Texas State University - San Marcos, TX
Thesis: Body Modifications: Perceptions of Tattoos and the Examination of Gender, Tattoo Location, and Tattoo Size
Master of Arts: Psychology, 2014
Texas State University - San Marcos, TX
Graduated in the Honors College
Psi Chi International Honor Society, 2012-present
Former President and Events Coordinator

Southwestern Psychological Association, 2012-present
Teacher of Record (TOR), 2015-2016
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Detail oriented healthcare professional with strong people skills, the ability to learn concepts quickly, and the determination to support an outstanding organization while building strong leadership and management capabilities.

Education and Training
Master of Health Administration 2017 University of Florida Gainesville, FL
Bachelor of Science: Health Science, Public Health 2015 University of Florida Gainesville, FL
Cum Laude
Minor in Business Administration 
Administrative Fellow 06/2017 to Current Tenet Florida Physician Services Boca Raton, FL
  • Managed internal quality dashboard to address physician progress and improvement gaps
  • Created Quality Steering Committee to drive strategy and innovation for physician performance and practice management
  • Secured contract with company to collect missed reimbursements
  • Created national quality education material in regards to MIPS and current EHR system
  • Completed GPRO Medicare Audit for 2017
  • Prepared quality data for month-end national reporting
  • Completed physician contract whitepapers, amendments, and extensions
  • Held online webinars to train on quality updates and satisfying reporting measures
  • Transitioned Memory Disorder Clinic from hospital  to increase patient volume and outreach
Administrative Intern 05/2016 to 06/2017 Tenet Healthcare Coral Springs, FL
  • Attended regional meetings with senior leadership
  • Completed ISQ/ISA forms to acquire new vendor aimed at collecting missed reimbursements
  • Conducted deep dive analyses on individual physicians to develop business plans 
  • Completed practice analyses to reduce spending and consolidate finances Created regional presentation and educational material on MACRA for physicians and senior leadership
  • Assessed the Nurse Call System within all 10 hospitals to prioritize need for upgrades
Graduate Teaching Assistant 08/2016 to 12/2016 University of Florida Gainesville, FL
  • Facilitate lab groups for Therapeutic Communications
  • Develop quizzes based on class material
  • Grade class assignments and exams
  • Maintain organization and development of course material
  • Assist professor in facilitating lectures
NICAP Graduate Intern 09/2015 to 04/2017 University of Florida, Department of Neurosurgery Gainesville, FL
  • Graduate Team Leader for new big aims: Increase Value and Zero Harm/Reduce Harm
  • Assisted in the revision and implementation of department-wide clinical documentation dashboard
  • Edited and produced coding query sheets to assist surgeons of the department
  • Co-authored manuscript for clinical documentation improvements and MACRA
  • Studied the readmissions process between UF Shands and Shands Rehab Hospital
  • Conducted patient rounds for Perfect Patient Experience
  • Developed narratives on hospice and palliative care to help identify improvements and shortcoming in documentation, communication, and patient/family education
Planned Parenthood of South, East, and North Florida 04/2015 to 05/2016 Family Planning Assistant Gainesville, FL
  • Managed front desk operations including check-in and collections
  • Maintained efficient patient flow within the clinic
  • Managed clinic organization and inventory
  • Assisted medical staff with patient education and counseling
  • Insurance verification and billing
Teen Clinic Coordinator 08/2013 to 04/2015 Planned Parenthood of North Florida Gainesville, Fl
  • Established and maintained community connections for outreach and education
  • Educated teens on sexual health
  • Formed relationships with teens and high schools to better their healthcare
  • Calculated and interpreted program data and financials to produce invoices and agency reports
  • Staff training and development
  • Microsoft Office 
  • Files/record maintenance 
  • EHR Proficient (NextGen, Athena) 
  • American College of Healthcare Executives 
  • Healthcare Financial Management Association