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Daniela A. Parra Canaveral
Professional Summary

 Well-qualified individual proficient in handling complex customer issues and promoting positive experiences. Efficiency-driven and organized with team-oriented mentality and dedication to customer satisfaction, business goals and sales excellence. Skilled in coordinating documentation and handling payments.

  • Meticulous
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Quick learner
  • Hospitable
  • Collaborative team worker
  • Great multi-tasker
  • Bilingual (Spanish and English)
Work History
Chipotle Crew Member | Buckeye, AZ | September 2017 - Current

(Was both a food prep member and cashier)

  • Successfully communicated with all team members to navigate job duties and complete daily tasks.
  • Resolved challenging customer complaints to full satisfaction, promoting brand loyalty and maximizing repeat business.
  • Greeted customers, offered assistance and provided knowledgeable support.
Buckeye Public Library - Coyote Branch Summer Volunteer | Buckeye, Arizona, United States | June 2017 - August 2017
  • Greeted patrons and responded to their needs pertaining to stock or administrative concerns. 
  • Maintained facility cleanliness and organization of online data base and library components.
Abrazo Arrowhead Hospital Summer Volunteer | Glendale, Arizona, United States | June 2017 - August 2017
  • Responded appropriately to the needs of patients through a non-medical manner.
  • Performed clerical duties, such as answering phones and filing.
  • Completed basic housekeeping duties that included but were not limited to cleaning.
Toys"R"Us Sales Associate | Goodyear, Arizona, United States | November 2016 - December 2016
  • Greeted customers in a timely fashion while quickly determining their needs.
  • Recommended merchandise to customers based on their needs and preferences.
  • Responded to customer questions and requests in a prompt and efficient manner.
  • Completed all cleaning, stocking and organizing tasks in assigned sales area.
  • Maintained friendly and professional customer interactions.
The Odyssey Institute for Advanced and International Studies Office Intern | Buckeye, Arizona, United States | June 2015 - August 2015
  • Managed the receptionist area, including greeting visitors and responding to telephone and in-person requests for information.
  • Designed electronic file systems and maintained electronic and paper files.
  • Made copies, sent faxes and handled all incoming and outgoing correspondence.
High School Diploma The Odyssey Institute For Advanced And International Studies 1495 South Verrado Way, AZ | 2019
  • Honor  Student
  • Graduated top 5% of my class
  • 4.9 GPA
  • Student Body Vice President
Bachelor of Science Medical Studies Arizona State University Phoenix, AZ | 2023

Incoming full-time student at the Barrett Honor's College at ASU beginning in the 2019 fall semester.

Professional References

Shaundrea Davis : Current Store Manager at Chipotle Mexican Grill

Phone: (623) 691-6919

Kari Hurley: Co-Principal and Teacher

Phone: (623) 327 - 1757

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Pamela Radford
Professional Summary
Results oriented customer service professional who goes above and beyond basic administrative tasks and able to take on multiple projects at once. Excellent work ethic and strength in boosting company morale. Quality-focused and committed to approaching tasks with tenacity and attention to detail.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks, and the flexibility to adapt with changing requirements.
  • Ability to plan, organize, and direct complex personnel operations.
  • Able to work in a fast pace, demanding work environment.
  • Able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  • Excellent customer service and computer skills (clerical, secretarial, and typing duties).
  • Practical knowledge and skills in personnel procedures, rules, and regulations.
  • Proficient in checking for satisfaction on the quality of goods and services.
  • Skill to become familiar with policies, orders, and regulations.
  • Skill to operate office equipment (typewriter, fax, copier, calculator, etc.)
  • Ability to use safety equipment and observe safe work procedures.
  • Able to provide customer service with an emphasis on courtesy.
  • Proficient in assisting customers and communicating positively in a friendly manner.
  • Knowledgeable in verifying and solving problems.
  • Skilled in promptly reporting workplace hazards, any injury, occupational illness, or property damage.
  • Knowledge of correct grammar, spelling and punctuation.
  • CPR/First Aid/AED Certified
  • Food Handlers ServSafe/Riverside County
Work History
Room Attendant/Breakfast Attendant 03/2017 to 06/2017
Hampton Inn & Suites Murrieta, CA.
  • Maintain a friendly, cheerful and courteous demeanor at all times, while providing personalized service to hotel guests.
  • Used required safety equipment, and observes safe work procedures.
  • Clean guest rooms to DKN Hotels' standards including but not limited to: making beds, dusting, vacuuming, cleaning bathrooms completely, wiping down walls, etc.
  • Provide assistance to and supervise other team members and departments to contribute to the best overall performance of the department and hotel.
  •  Able to work in fast pace, demanding work environment.
  • Inventory food items and report on supplies to be ordered. Control inventory for loss, waste and spoilage.
  • Perform other duties as assigned, requested or deemed necessary by management.
  • Report any missing/found articles or equipment/property damage to the housekeeping supervisor.
Food Service Worker 10/2010 to 06/2011
San Diego Unified School District San Diego, CA.
  • Knowledge of general application, preparation, and serving of foods
  • Knowledge of safe and sanitary procedures and practices relating to preparation, serving of foods, and care of nutrition service equipment and facilities.
  • Provided excellent customer service
  • Ensured food was stored and cooked at correct temperature
  • Communicated with other kitchen team members to ensure food was prepared on time and correctly
  • Consistently offered professional, friendly and engaging service.
  • Ensured freshness of food and ingredients by checking for quality, keeping track of old and new items, and rotating stock
  • Cleaned and organized eating, service, and kitchen areas
  • Handled currency and credit transactions quickly and accurately
  • Entered daily report into databases in a timely and accurate manner.
Food Service Worker 09/2009 to 06/2010
Camp Lejeune Dependent Schools Camp Lejeune, NC
  • Demonstrated integrity and honesty while interacting with team members and managers, students, school staff, guests.
  • Maintained high standards of customer service during high-volume, fast-paced operations.
  • Prepared fountain breakfast and lunch meals.
  • Assembled food orders while maintaining appropriate portion control.
  • Handled currency and credit transactions quickly and accurately.
  • Maintained clean and safe environment, including in the kitchen, dining area, and serving line.

Key Volunteer Coordinator 04/2007 to 08/2008
Volunteer for Third Recruit Training Battalion MCRD San Diego, CA

  • Keep the CO informed on the state of Family Readiness in Third Recruit Training Battalion.
  • Serve as a liaison between the CO and the Key Volunteers, and provide feedback to the CO about family concerns.
  • Develop a telephone roster through the Key Volunteers, and activate it upon the CO\'s direction or as family readiness matters dictate.
  • Communicate to the Key Volunteers the responsibilities of their positions, informing them of the support available from the unit and the expectations of the CO.
  • Assist in the development and distribution of the newsletter on a regular basis.
  • Participated in the installation's Family Readiness Support Program Council and worked on training and resource matters.
Family Child Care Provider 09/2002 to 07/2003
Marine Corps Base Beaufort, SC
  • Managed and operated an in-home daycare with infants, toddlers and preschoolers.
  • Encouraged good behaviors using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities such as games and puzzles.
  • Dressed infants and toddlers and changed their diapers.
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Planned, implemented, monitored, and assessed a classroom instructional program.
  • Maintained accurate and detailed records, including child files on enrollments, attendance, health and safety, emergency contact information and incident reports.
  • Maintained a child-friendly environment with access to outdoor activities.
  • Continually kept abreast of toy and child-related recalls and safety warnings.
High School Diploma: 1992 Claxton High School - Claxton, Ga

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Dana Bennett

Dedicated Conservationist and Environmentalist with the primary goal of minimizing society's impact on the environment and protecting the ecosystem. Experienced in field work in forest and wetland areas, invasive species research and archaeological preservation. Trained in GIS system software and research on Government Property.

  • Field work and Research experience
  • Performed data collection for invasive species in a training area consisting of over 200,000 acres of Forest land where tactical training takes place
  • Worked with endangered species, collecting and reporting data. 
  • Reported on damages incurred during training to the forest which included interrupting wetlands or animal habitats
  • Assist senior staff to prepare information to respond to inquiries from agencies, environmental groups, the press, and others
  • Cultivate relationships with information sources at public agencies, environmental groups, and industry organizations
  • Establishes and maintains cooperative relationships with other agencies, organizations, institutions, industry groups and individuals in meeting program needs and goals
  • Attend and report on public meetings and workshops
  • Complies with program directives, local, state and federal laws in wildlife damage management activities.
  • Solid knowledge and application of geographic information systems
  • Proficiency in the use of the MS Office Suite of software (Word, Outlook, and Excel)
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. This includes the ability to explain complex scientific material and concepts to individuals and groups with varying levels of understanding
  • Ability to work effectively within a team environment and to work proactively
  • Strong time management skills and the ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment.
January 2017
July 2017
Colorado State University Fort Polk, LA Conservation Biologist Assistant (Intern)

Supervisor- Chris Melder


20-40 hours weekly

  • Worked to conserve endangered species by manipulating their environment to improve chances for their survival
  • Conserved as much of natural ecosystems as possible
  • Analyzed current environmental situation, including population and distribution of plants and animals, including endangered species
  • Analyzed current environmental degradation and their causes
  • Analyzed the needs of flora and fauna in the area. Propose methods of improving the health of the ecosystem
  • Consulted with government, conservation agencies, and industry to develop land and water management plans
  • Helped restore healthy ecosystems
  • Educated the public about threats to the health of ecosystems
January 2017
July 2017
Department of Interior, Fish & Wildlife Fort Polk, LA Conservation Biologist Assistant (Intern)
Supervisor- Thomas Athens
20-40 hours weekly
  • Monitors and ensures compliance with federal, state, and local regulations; assists airports with compliance with the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA), Endangered Species Act, Federal Air Regulation
  • Conducts wildlife damage management activities in an integrated pest management (IPM) approach to prevent or reduce economic loss to property and agriculture or to protect human health and safety.
  • Monitors wildlife behavior and abundance and evaluates hazards posed by various species of wildlife on military training grounds and surrounding properties..
  • Assists civil and military  in reducing wildlife hazards to both the animals and soldiers.
  • Propose methods of improving the health of the ecosystem.
  • Consulted with government, conservation agencies, and industry to develop land and water management plans.
  • Helped restore healthy ecosystems.
  • Educated the public about threats to the health of ecosystems.
June 2014
July 2017
Department of Culture, Recreation, and Tourism, Office of State Parks Florien, LA Environmental Volunteer
Supervisor-Kim Kelley
(318) 586-3523
20 hours weekly
  • Helped identify fauna.
  • Maintained plants. 
  • Installed retaining walls, fences and planters. Installed rock gardens, ponds and irrigation systems in accordance with client specifications.
  • Mowed and edged lawns and flowerbeds. 
  • Planted seeds, bulbs, ground covers and trees. Arranged shrubs, trees and flowers to create particular landscape effects.
November 1999
November 2012
Multiple Property Companies Alexandria, LA Regional Property Manager

Supervisor- James Faircloth 318-308-1559

Worked 40+hours weekly

  • Maintained in-depth knowledge of competition through consistent evaluation of market conditions and trends.
  • Conducted apartment tours for potential tenants and answered any questions. 
  • Collected and kept careful records of rental payments. 
  • Wrote clear and concise owner's reports based on findings from quarterly financial statements. 
  • Conducted inventories of and delivered building supplies.
  • Maintained accurate and updated websites and printed materials.
  • Managed overall tenant relations, including promoting tenant satisfaction and streamlining services delivery. 
  • Monitored common areas for cleanliness and safety.
  • Created staff schedules in response to community needs.
  • Managed all day-to-day activities involving tenants, subcontractors and property management.
  • Monitored all infrastructure and building expenses and reviewed and approved invoices.
  • Created and updated marketing materials for department programs and properties. 
  • Updated tenant and unit information to keep current in housing database. 
  • Reviewed completed applications and assessed household information against file history and program regulations. 
  •  Established and implemented leasing goals while managing an effective lease expiration program. 
  • Worked with the owners to identify, develop and achieve community goals and objectives.
University of Phoenix Phoenix, AZ, United States Bachelor of Science: Environmental Science

Minor in Biology

  • Major in Environmental Science
  • National Military Family Association Scholarship Recipient
Certified Care Team Provider
Army Community Service 03/2018 - Fort Bliss, TX
Leadership Development Course, 
N.C.O Leadership Center And U.S. Army Sergeant Major Academy 05/2018- Fort Bliss, TX
Community Service
Systems Committee Document Manager Society of Military Spouses in STEM 
March 2018-current
Support active and retired military spouses in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) field reach their full potential to create a positive impact by advocating for military spouses with technical interests;creating a network to connect military spouses in STEM with each other and with mentors and advocates to guide them through their academic and professional career; raising awareness of the challenges encountered by career-oriented military spouses and families; and increasing job, internship, education, and scholarship opportunities for military spouses in STEM fields.