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Dependable Office Administrator; proficient in computer programs, data entry, and various other responsibilities. Effective at organization and multi-tasking.  
  • Microsoft Office proficiency
  • Quickbooks
  • Time management
  • Self-directed
  • Database Management
  • Medical terminology
  • Meticulous attention to detail
  • Internet Marketing Management
  • Strong problem solver
  • Dedicated team player
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Notary Public
Koala T Kare Learning Center Cocoa, FL Assistant Teacher 07/2014 to 10/2015
  • Read stories to the children and taught them painting, drawing and crafts.
  • Carefully monitored children's play activities.
  • Coordinated activities and games
  • Communicated with teachers and parents

Lifetime Counseling Center Cocoa, FL Victim Advocate / Front Desk Supervisor 06/2013 to 05/2015
  • Charted and recorded information in client files.
  • Completed Grant applications 
  • Community Engagement
  • Manage Database System
  • New Employee Training
  • Generated reports detailing daily actions, including counseling statistics and results of referrals.
  • Managed client check-in and check-out procedures/managed phones
CB Virtual Services Cocoa, FL Virtual Marketing Assistant 09/2012 to 01/2013
  • Interacted proactively with the supervisor and addressed issues immediately
  • Managed phone calls from clients and provided informative answers.
  • Database Management
  • Ebook Writing
  • Tracking Expenditures, purchasing
  • Social Media Marketing, Email and Internet Campaigns
Carpet Dynamics, Inc Cocoa, FL CEO - Self Employment 07/2004 to 01/2011
  • Answering phones and scheduling customers
  • Processing payroll and managing projects
  • Accounting responsibilities

Comprehensive Health Services Cape Canaveral, FL Medical Clerk 09/1999 to 06/2005
  • Administrative responsibilities
  • Answer phones and schedule appointments
  • Data entry and database management
  • Organizing and prepping medical charts
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Dedicated Human Services professional pursuing a challenging opportunity where there is the opportunity to apply my education and training, gain a comprehensive understanding in the Human Services field and practice my commitment to assist those of vulnerable populations. Passionate about assisting at risk populations. Experienced in Human Services with domestic violence, families in crisis, adolescent and adult chemical dependency and suicide/self-harm prevention. Familiar with addiction, co-occurring mental illnesses, therapeutic approaches/theories. Current knowledge of substance abuse culture. Practiced in cultural awareness and working with multi-cultural populations.
01/2015 - 05/2015
Millwood Hospital Arlington, TX
  • Graduate Field Practice (400 hours).
  • Conducted initial triage assessment, psychosocial assessment and chemical dependency assessment for adult, dual diagnoses and substance abuse adults in addition to geriatrics.
  • Created and facilitated group skills sessions on topics including but not limited to response versus reaction, communication, relapse prevention, stress and anxiety management, forgiveness and anger management.
  • Maintained client charts with proper documentation and skills progress notes and assisted with treatment plans.
09/2013 - 12/2013
CCD Counseling, P. A Denton, TX
  • Practicum (LCDC-I) (350 hours).
  • Co-facilitated group sessions for a structured IOP Substance Abuse Recovery Treatment program.
  • Maintained client charts including group and individual progress notes and contributed input on individual treatment plans in addition to assisting with intakes and discharges.
  • Facilitated groups on sexual diseases and on relapse prevention while engaging with clients in creative ways to assist them with developing ways to address their issues and create their own solutions to maintain their commitment to their personal recovery.
08/2011 - 12/2011
Good Samaritan Home Health Denton, TX
  • Undergraduate Volunteership (40 hours).
  • Provided superior resident care under the supervision of certified staff.
  • Assisted elderly to and from dining room and with meal time.
  • Co-facilitated on site recreational activities and provided companionship for residents.
01/2012 - 05/2012
TX Department of Family & Protective Services Dallas, TX
  • Undergraduate Volunteership (40 hours).
  • Assisted Night Response Team with emergency off site calls for child neglect/abuse.
  • Practiced excellent crisis intervention skills by diffusing hostile and potentially violent situations to ensure safety of minors.
  • Assisted with precise documentation of off-site interventions.
06/2011 - Current
ARAMARK Healthcare Irving, TX HR Clerk
  • Provide general support of Human Resources functions and administrative duties for mid-level and Senior regional management.
  • Meticulous management of Employee files containing highly confidential information and compliance related items.
  • Process personnel system updates in proprietary software for the South Central region regarding promotions, unit transfers, salary and wage increases and decreases, and terminations and assisting with payroll processing and expense reports for management staff.
11/2010 - 06/2011
Burnett's Staffing, Inc ARAMARK Healthcare Las Colinas, TX HR Clerk
  • Provided support for the Human Resources South Central regional office while learning skills necessary for possible permanent employment.
07/2008 - 10/2010
Daemon Designs Milton, FL Executive Administrative Assistant
  • Assisted owner with daily operations of a small, internet based business including but not limited to sales database updates, invoicing of online orders and maintenance of customer service relations.
02/2008 - 06/2008
Seton Youth Shelter Virginia Beach, VA Youth Advocate
  • Provided healthy support for adolescent residents through daily life skills training, substance abuse education and anger management techniques.
  • Worked closely with schools in addition to public and recreational agencies.
  • Assisted with intake interviews, psycho-social evaluations and observed development of treatment and aftercare plans.
  • Crisis intervention for emergency intakes.
  • Participated in Street Outreach for youth.
  • Direct care and supervision of shelter residents.
  • Completed Progress Notes, Daily Logs and Weekly Reports to Senior management.
02/2006 - 08/2007
New Beginning Center Garland, TX Domestic Violence Victim Advocate
  • Provided crisis intervention and emergency support for victims of domestic violence.
  • Diligently managed emergency crisis hotline and emergency intakes on overnight shifts Provided referral and advocacy information to non-emergency callers.
  • Enforcement of shelter rules and practices including conflict resolution.
  • Presented group support discussions regarding stress management, self-esteem and self-determination for residents and their children.
  • Assisted clients with resume building, job interviewing skills and budgeting.
  • Provided daily and weekly reports to Senior management and assisted in shelter improvement program.
07/1997 - 08/2006
Texastar Relocations Inc Dallas, TX Executive Administrative Assistant
  • Assisted owner in creation and implementation of a start-up business while serving as a liaison between owner and support staff and managing day to day business.
University of Texas Arlington, TX Master's Degree: Science of Social Work Science of Social Work
Associates Degree
December 2013
Eastfield College Mesquite, TX Substance Abuse Counseling/Certificate I Substance Abuse Counseling
December 2012
Texas Woman's University Denton, TX Bachelor's Degree: Science of Sociology Social Work Counseling Science of Sociology Social Work Counseling
N.A.S.W. since 2012 TAAP/NAADAC since 2013
Additional Information
administrative duties, budgeting, charts, conflict resolution, Counseling, Crisis intervention, client, clients, customer service, database, documentation, Senior management, expense reports, geriatrics, Human Resources, invoicing, Notes, managing, office, payroll processing, personnel, Progress, safety, sales, stress management, structured, supervision, treatment plans, triage
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Talented event planner and strategic political consultant possessing a solid understanding of contemporary trends, underserved populations' needs, political flow, and fundraising. Excels at building dynamic teams that achieve continuous process improvement and create successful events. Dedicated and skilled in process improvement and budgeting. Manages multiple projects under tight deadlines.
  • Strategic Planning
  • Marketing and Promotion 
  • Event Planning and Execution 
  • Crisis Management
  • Policy Research and Analysis
  • Persuasive Writing  
  • Leadership and Teamwork
  • Community Outreach and Management 
  • Fundraising  
  • Social Media Management  
  • Public Speaking
  • Initiative Research and Analysis
Events Manager and Pride Director 01/2018 to Current Sacramento LGBT Community Center Sacramento, CA
  • Plan and execute small to large sized events for the center and other community members 
  • Plan and execute Sacramento Pride's $350,000 budget 
  • Increased Sacramento Pride's attendance by 20% in one year
  • Successfully negotiated with key members of the community to ensure active participation 
  • Create and distribute communication and promotional materials
Political Consultant 08/2016 to Current Capitol Campaigns Sacramento, California
  • Received 3 promotions and taken on office management responsibilities
  • Develop fundraising and media relations strategies for 15 clients
  • Plan and execute political fundraisers for over 30 events including the Sacramento Stonewall Democratic Club's Annual Four Freedoms Gala  
  • Develop marketing and community relations
  • Hire and manage mid- sized project teams
Craft Booth Coordinator 10/2016 to Current UC Davis 48th – 49th Annual Whole Earth Davis, California
  • Raised over $ 200,000 in festival's income towards our  $500,000 budget
  • Manage applications, insurance documents, and planning for 160 craft booths
  • Recruit, train, and manage volunteer team of 30
  • Develop and maintain relationships with school administrations, vendors, and staff
  • Facilitate non-violence workshops for staff and volunteers
  • Craft a to-scale map of 200 booths and 3 stages according to state and school regulations to fit over 30,000 festival attendees 
Summer Research Analyst 06/2016 to 09/2016 Forward Observer Sacramento, California
  • Researched policy via state and local libraries, state hearings, databases, and archives  
  • Filed, organized, indexed, and maintained critical topical information 
  • Analyzed opposition research for clients, including the Japanese Consultant 
  • Historical research for the book 'The Watergate' by Joe Rodota to be released early 2018
Victim Advocate - Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence 04/2016 to 06/2017 Empower Yolo Woodland, California
  • Prepared and facilitated weekly lessons on healthy relationships, sexuality, domestic violence, and sexual assault for middle school students
  • Managed over-night shifts at the domestic violence safe house and sexual assault crisis line
  • Wrote and completed grant documents and proposals
  • Assisted victims of underserved populations to access healthcare, housing, therapy, legal services, and other social services
Boardmember 06/2012 to 06/2015 Dream Life Farms Martinez, California
  • Acquired and managed nonprofit status
  • Planned and executed small fundraising events on the organization's campus
  • Stewarded donor relationships
  • Created donor material and all written communication
Legislative Analyst 02/2010 to 06/2011 Johan Klehs & Company, Inc. Sacramento, California
  • Tracked, analyzed, and created reports on bills passing through the legislature
  • Scheduled and planned fundraising events for local and California State officials
  • Represented clients in state hearings and meetings with California legislators
  • Provided office support; including scheduling, office management, planning, ordering, and editing
  • Scheduled, planned, and represented the company at fundraisers for California officials 
Political Science - Public Policy 2017 University of California- Davis Davis, California
Communication Studies 2017 University of California - Davis Davis, California
Volunteer Work
Crisis Line Advocate – Empower Yolo 2016 – Current 
Guest Speaker – UC Davis Take Back the Night 2016
Peer Coach – Diablo Valley College Forensics 2012 – 2015
Political Science Guest Lecturer – Sacramento City College 2011
Oak Ridge High School Student Policy Advisor – Youth & Government/YMCA 2010 – 2011
Attendee Coordinator – California Democratic Convention 2010

Activities and Honors

Status of Women at Davis Administrative Advisory Committee Appointee 2016 – 2017

Phi Theta Kappa – Honor Society 2013 – 2017

Spotlight Speaker - Diablo Valley College Speech Night 2012 – 2015

Administrative Volunteer – Jerry Brown Transition Team 2011 

Technical Skills and Qualifications

Microsoft Word, Excel, WordPress, PowerPoint and Access, Photoshop, Outlook, Microfilm, LegInfo, CaipitolTrack, Nexis, R, Python, Raiser's Edge, Eventbrite, MailChimp, Vertical Response

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Professional Summary
To obtain a challenging position that will provide maximum opportunity to develop and lead programs in pursuit of the organization objectives and high standards.





















Work History
Bonds and Dockets Specialist , 12/2014 to Current
Osceola County Corrections 402 Simpson Rd.Kissimmee FL. 34744
Process the intake and bond release of inmates incarcerated at Osceola County Correction Department. Reviews arrest paperwork and court documents for accuracy and completeness. Enters arrest information into the Inmate Management System; receive, execute and process warrants and ROR's. Review inmate criminal histories to obtain information using FCIC/NCIC. Receives, verifies and documents cash bonds, surety bonds and purges at the Bond Desk; processes incoming bonds on in and out of County warrants; documents, files and copies bonds for Courthouse and files; releases bond copies to appropriate Court; notifies local warrants section on bond information. Works closely with the judicial system and disseminates inmate information to various parts of the criminal justice system to include the Courthouse and the Clerk of Courts. Performs a wide variety of routine administrative support work in inmate records, general bond procedural processing, and interaction with Court and Corrections personnel. Performs duties as assigned/necessary which are related, or logical in assignment to the position. Provide positive customer service to the public, outside agencies & to have a positive environment with co-workers and superiors. Supervisor Brianna Godwin and Assistant Supervisor Jennifer Cutcher
Criminal Trial Spicialist, 12/2013 to 12/2014
POLK COUNTY CLERK OF COURT 255 N. Broadway Ave. Bartow, FL 33830
Attend court hearings and maintain accurate record of court orders, notes or sentences by transferring information as stated by judges during court proceedings to a Memo of Court. Support judges, attorneys and other agencies in the justice system and public as needed, including preparation of evidence lists, court dates, orders, directions, judgments and other documents, administering oaths, distributing copies, as needed. Prepare files before court and perform follow-up support duties that include maintaining court files, docketing court data records, reviewing files for accuracy and clarification, and posting information, as needed. Clerk weekend First Appearance court proceedings on a rotating basis. Work after hours including weekends and holidays, as needed. Perform other related work as required. ex.4469 Monica Carrasco or ex.4439 Lawanda Perkins
Domestic & Rape Victim Advocate, 03/2010 to 11/2013
Peace River Center 1239 E Main St, Bartow, FL 33830
Provide information, referral and counseling to survivors of domestic and sexual violence and the general public. Assist in the completion of safety plans and relocation paperwork for the OAG. Provide presentations and training within the community and to co-workers. Facilitate support groups with required documentation attached. Liaison with community partners including law enforcement and judicial system. Provide support to Victim Services Division for special projects such as community awareness/training; monitoring preparation and back up shelter coverage on as needed basis. Help Law Enforcement, Office of Attorney General, and Florida Coalition of Domestic Violence as well as the National Coalition of Domestic Violence if the clients are looking to file for an injunction, Relocation Funds and. Outreach services are also provided by our agency and I have been trained to cover those services as well when needed. Angelica Marquez
Youth Child Care Worker, 01/2006 to 03/2009
CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY 1485 South Semoran Blvd #1448, Winter Park, FL 32792
To supervise and direct children/youth in residential or day care programs, assist with the record keeping and perform duties necessary for the overall care and well-being of the children/youth in the program. Conduct oneself as a "role model" for children/youth; provide appropriate direction of children/youth in their daily routine; give children/youth positive reinforcement as appropriate. Maintain complete and accurate daily records and report suspected child abuse/neglect as mandated by law. ask for Stephanie Pete/ Transferred to Orlando ) Mesha Bellamy
Counselor Aid, 05/2005 to 12/2006
Project WARM is a 52-bed long-term residential program for at-risk women, many of who are pregnant, post-partum, or parenting young children (under the age of 6). Older children can visit overnight with their mothers on site on weekends. The program is co-occurring offering psychiatric evaluation, counseling intervention and medication management.Responsible for Counseling of clients on personal problems, helping frequent drug test to the clients to ensure they are not using any substances, ensuring they receive medication and stay focused in the program. Kishmar Peterson
N/A: St Leo University - 33701 FL-52, St Leo, FL 33574
N/A: Bethune- Cookman University - 640 Dr Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL 32114
High School Diploma: 2001
Waynesville High School - 200 Gw Ln, Waynesville, MO 65583
High School Diploma: 2001
Waynesville Technical Academy - 200 Gw Ln, Waynesville, MO 65583

Certified in CPR/First Aid, Relocation funds, FCIC/NCIC, certified Domestic Violence Advocate.

Being able to learn and pick up criminal verbiage has been a big one for me. Learning all the abbreviations and being able to understand even when it's on legal forms.

Learning to communicate with everyone. I have great customer service skills and I'm able to make a connection with the public making it easier for them to understand things when and if they have questions.

Working well with co-workers and the public is a big accomplishment. My Supervisors have acknowledged this on many occasions.