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Professional Background
A Registered Nurse with experience in compassionate care in multiple clinical settings for patients with different needs through experience gained from time spent employed as a Registered Nurse and a Licensed Practical Nurse. 
Skill Highlights
  • Experience with consumer education and service
  • Experience in diabetic care and education
  • Experience with multiple age and cultural groups
  • Experience in care of patients with multiple different ailments 
  • Experience in education with varying learning requirements 
Professional Experience
Registered Nurse Aug 2017 to Current
Elizabethtown Community Hospital Elizabethtown, NY

Professional duties include: acting as charge nurse and overseeing RNs, LPNs, and CNAs, making staff assignments, managing multiple patients' care, medication administration, IV therapy, care planning, appropriate documentation, patient and family education, working with multiple departments including physical, occupational, and speech therapies, radiology, and laboratory,  shift and as-needed assessments, communication with providers, patients, staff, supervisors, and families, assisting with CT scan IV contrast administration, admitting new patients and discharging patients when ready

Substitute School Nurse Mar 2017 to Current
Keene Valley Central School Keene Valley, NY Professional duties include: care of students grades Kindergarten through 12th, care and supervision of diabetic students, students with allergies, students with chronic illnesses, and students with acute illnesses or pain, assessments, communication with parents, supervisor, and educators, and appropriate documentation.
Adjunct Clinical Instructor Jan 2019 to Current
North Country Community College Ticonderoga , NY

Professional Responsibilities include: instructing LPN students in the hospital setting about essential nursing duties including medication administration, nursing interventions, data gathering, reporting information, charting, care planning, safe patient handling, as well as student evaluations, effective communication with students, hospital employees and managers, and supervisors within the college.

Education and Training
Bachelor of Science, Science of Nursing 2019 Chamberlain University Downers Grove, IL, United States

Currently working towards this educational status as an online student

Associate of Applied Science, Professional Nurse 2017 North Country Community College Saranac Lake, NY, United States
Associate of Applied Science, Licensed Practical Nurse 2016 North Country Community College Saranac Lake, NY, United States

Graduated with honors

  • BLS Certification - Exp: [September] [2020]
  • ACLS Certification - Exp [September] [2020]
  • Member of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society
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Professional Summary
To secure a position as a project estimator. Experienced with preparing budget estimates. *Estimated and prepared proposals and change orders for GC and CM bids *Experienced with meeting clients for change order approvals. *Reviewed purchase orders with subcontractors to pin point and fix discrepancies in contracts. *Assisted chief estimator in takeoff for earthwork on large multimillion-dollar projects. *Experienced with obtaining and reviewing quotes from vendors & suppliers. *Supported lead estimator in building and site takeoff all trades. *Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Agtek, *Timberline cut and fill and Timberline job cost. Drafting: *Proficient in AutoCAD. *Prepared and implemented CAD curriculum. *Advised department chairman in developing new program. *Interviewed & assisted in final determination for hiring qualified applicants. *Lead a CAD department in creating, revising and submitting shop and as built drawings. Project Engineer: *Successfully negotiated with subcontractors. *Experienced with submittal and transmittal approval. *Accountable for keeping daily reports, and work quantity summaries. *Basic knowledge of Sure Track, P3, Microsoft Project.
Work History
Estimator, 01/2010 to Current
Cross Management Corp New York, NY
Estimator, 01/2008 to 01/2010
Lehr construction company NewYork, NY
Adjunct Professor, 01/2007 to 01/2009
Kean University NJ
Junior Estimator, 01/2007 to 01/2008
Torcon Inc Red Bank, NJ
CAD Manager, Project Engineer, 01/2003 to 01/2006
Railroad Construction Corp Paterson, NJ
M.S: Civil Engineering, 2007
New Jersey Institute of Technology - Newark, NJ
Civil Engineering
B.S: Construction Engineering Technology, 2003
New Jersey Institute of Technology - Newark, NJ
Construction Engineering Technology
A.A.S: Construction Engineering Technology, 2001
Essex County College - Newark, NJ
Construction Engineering Technology
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Communications Professor and Theatre Practitioner with in-depth knowledge of Oral and Mass Communications, Theatre Arts and Playwriting. Personable education professional driven to inspire students to achieve personal and academic success. Motivating and talented Assistant Professor driven to inspire students to pursue academic and personal excellence. Strives to create a challenging and engaging learning environment in which students become life-long scholars and learners.
2016 Regional Arts Commission - St. Louis $20,000 Fellowship recipient
Teacher Appreciation (6 times) - St. Louis Community College at Forest Park Kevin Kline Award for Best Production for Young Audiences, Delilah's Wish 
HBO New Writers Project Finalist, all that...
Who's Who among Students in American Colleges and Universities 1983 Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Sigma Gamma Chapter, Student of the Year
UNM 1982 Homecoming Queen, The University of New Mexico 1982-83
Professional Highlights
  • Inspiring lecturer
  • Engaging public speaker
  • Exceptional written and verbal communicator
  • Natural leader
07/2015 to Current
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR St. Louis Community College at Forest Park St. Louis, MO
  • Teaches and has taught, Public Speaking, Communications Between Cultures, Gender Communication, Introduction to Mass communication, Representations of Race, Class, Gender, Sexuality, and Disability in 20th Century U.S. Films, Introductions to Broadcasting, Television Production, Radio Production, and Acting I.
  • Developed and taught classroom and online courses in Gender Communications and Mass Communications.
  • Served as the Coordinator for the Mass Communication department, member of the Forest Park Soft Skills Committee and the District Curriculum Committee.
  • Challenged and motivated students through in-depth lectures and discussions.
  • Lectured and communicated effectively with students from diverse backgrounds.
  • Inspired students to translate their academic interests into the real world by taking positive actions.
  • Initiated thought-provoking classroom discussions to help students develop their critical thinking abilities.
  • Maintained thorough records of student attendance and grades.
  • Maintained regularly-scheduled office hours to advise and assist students.
09/2013 to 07/2014
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR California State university Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA
  • Taught Theories of Mass Communications and Violence and Culture in the Media in the Television, Film, and Media department.
  • Lectured and communicated effectively with students from diverse backgrounds.
  • Initiated thought-provoking classroom discussions to help students develop their critical thinking abilities.
  • Maintained thorough records of student attendance and grades.
  • Maintained regularly-scheduled office hours to advise and assist students.
08/2011 to 06/2013
PROFESSIONAL TUTOR Harris Stowe State University St. Louis, MO
  • Tutored students in writing and developmental reading in the Retention Center.
  • Introduced students to the concepts of college writing.
  • Edited research papers.
  • Organized recruitment and admission events for prospective students.
  • Proctored placement, GED, and PRAXIS exams each semester.
  • Prepared class syllabi and worked with professors to create ways to insure student success.
06/2011 to 07/2016
  • Taught acting, Legomation, and filmmaking to afterschool and summer camp students.
  • Challenged and motivated students through in-depth lectures and discussions.
  • Lectured and communicated effectively with students from diverse backgrounds.
08/2005 to 05/2013
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR St. Louis Community College St. Louis, MO
  • Taught classes Introduction to Broadcasting, Introduction to Mass Communications, and Representations of Race, Class, Gender, Sexuality, and Disability in 20th Century U.S.
  • Films.
  • Faculty Advisor for the student run video magazine, Wraparound and managed broadcast interns.
  • Maintained thorough records of student attendance and grades.
  • Produced Delilah's Wish and Sistah's Indeed! for main stage.
08/2003 to 04/2013
Metro Theater Company St. Louis, MO
  • Toured a production of Long Road to Freedom by Suzan Zeder.
  • Developed and toured Say Something, Do Something.
  • Taught in-school acting and theatre arts in residence and at Arts Intersection summer camp.
  • Commissioned to write, develop, and perform, Delilah's Wish.
  • Delilah's Wish won a Kevin Kline Award in 2010 and was published by Dramatic publishing in 2011.
  • Lectured and communicated effectively with students from diverse backgrounds.
03/2003 to 12/2005
  • Supervised over 100 volunteers for bi-annual fundraiser, office support, scheduled shifts, inventory, donor gifts, solicited restaurants for food, special events.
  • Program Director for Channels 21 and 22 - acquired programming for broadcast, scheduled programming, conducted community outreach.
  • Taught Acting, Hosting and Writing, and children's video class, Executive Producer/Director for The Uncle Rudy Show.
  • Producer of An Evening with Erica Sutherlin.
  • Staffed the 48 HR Film Project.
08/2001 to 03/2002
OFFICE MANAGER Partizan Entertainment Hollywood, CA
  • Supervised three production assistants, Ordered supplies Dealt directly with vendors Scheduled meetings, and recorded meetings minutes.
09/1995 to Current
  • Wrote, directed, and produced four, short films: 5 of Cups, The Prince, Beautiful Hands, and Lies We Tell Ourselves.
  • Currently in preproduction for Idris Elba is James Bond, which will be mounted March 2017.
  • Wrote the plays, Delilah's Wish, Soy Yo!: An Afro Latina Suite, all that..
  • and Sistah's Indeed! Actor for all that..., Sistah's Indeed!, and Delilah's Wish.
  • Wrote and published Madeline Delilah: Extraordinarily Ordinary, a children's chapter book series.
  • Developing an animated series from the books.
04/1989 to 08/1997
Executive Assistant
  • the Director of the National Center for Film and Video Preservation - created correspondence for the field and general public, scheduled meetings, handled special events such as the issuance of the AFI Film Catalog 1, and the Southern Methodist University collection of early African American films.
  • Volunteer Coordinator for the AFI Film Festival - managed 200 volunteers, 5 house managers over 43 venues, scheduled shifts, and press releases.
  • Administrative Assistant for CAFTS - Reviewed admissions folders for students admitted to the Master's degree program.
  • Created correspondence for current and prospective students as well as for the Directing Women's Workshop.
  • Liaison between faculty and students.
  • Managed the mailroom and all deliveries, copies, and vendors.
  • Developed and taught classroom and online courses in Gender communications and Mass Communications.
Master of Arts: Theatre Arts Smith College Northampton , MA
Bachelor of Arts: Communications University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM
TEFOL - 110 Hours Certified
Best Practices Certified Quality Matters
Professional Affiliations
FCC -3rd class operator
Microsoft Office
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Professional Summary
Enthusiastic Theology Teacher bringing nine years experience teaching high school and university freshmen-level Theology. Passionate about generating engaging and meaningful classroom discussions among students while developing core competencies in reading, writing, and critical thinking. Committed to cura personalis at all levels of instruction.
  • Discussion based techniques
  • Curriculum development
  • Learning assessments
  • Behavior management techniques
  • Strong written and verbal communicator
  • 1:1 device instruction
  • Catholic systematic theology expert
  • Skilled in Canvas and Blackboard LMS
  • VoiceThread trained
  • Purposeful lesson planning expert
  • Experiential learning
  • Social justice orientation
Work History
Full-Time Instructor of Religious Studies, 09/2013 to Current
Rivier University Nashua, NH
  • Taught all levels of students theology and philosophy courses using seminar style instruction in 1:1 device setting.
  • Served on Teaching, Learning, and Technology Committee, which advises the Vice President of Academic Affairs on teaching technologies for classroom currently in use on campus and for future consideration for purchase.
  • Designed curriculum for First Year Seminar theology program, entry course for Rivier Online, and junior elective courses in theology.
  • Led professional development workshops in discussion techniques for the classroom.
  • Participated in training courses in online education, Canvas LMS design, and VoiceThread instruction.
  • Contributed as ongoing team member to multi-year assessment program for Journeys of Transformation, the university's unique core curriculum program.
  • Served as faculty advisor to Rivier Habitat for Humanity, accompanying ten students to Marianna, FL for week-long, Habitat Alternative Spring Break trip.
  • Organized and facilitated faculty Teaching Circle with $2000 university grant on new research strategies for effective teaching.
  • Received numerous faculty travel grants to present at and participate in various nationally recognized academic conferences throughout the country.​
Adjunct Professor, 09/2012 to 05/2013
Salve Regina University Newport, RI
  • Taught university core level course of 24 to 31 students for each academic semester: Christianity in Dialogue with World Religions, and The Catholic Experience.
  • Designed all aspects of each course, including the syllabus, grading procedures, and assessment materials.
  • Created and maintained online website as an electronic platform for course materials, writing assignments, grade reporting, and assignment completion through
Theology Instructor, Teaching Assistant, Research Assistant, 08/2009 to 05/2012
Loyola University Chicago Chicago, IL
  • Designed and taught one university core level course, Introduction to Christian Theology, of 40 students each academic semester.
  • Assistant university faculty with grading student work, designing and delivering lectures, providing advisory support to students, and updating course web pages.
  • Provided research support for tenured and assistant faculty.
Circulation Desk Assistant, 07/2007 to 08/2009
Andover-Harvard Theological Library Cambridge, MA
  • Assisted patrons and guests in state-of-the-art research methods and electronic resources at an internationally renowned theological research facility.
  • Operated the circulation desk, performing necessary tasks for library operation, such as shelving, data entry, and inter-library loan.
Operations Manager, 06/2006 to 06/2007
Servpro of Hartford County, Inc. Manchester, CT
  • Supervised the production division of a cleaning and restoration company comprised of seven two-person crews, specializing in Fire & Water Damage Restoration and Mold Remediation.
  • Worked on contracted accounts ranging from $150.00 to $150,000.
  • Implemented new training program for employees.
Theology Teacher, 08/2003 to 06/2006
Catholic Memorial High School West Roxbury, MA
  • Planned and executed two course preparations daily for five classes of 20-30 teenaged male students.
  • Wrote and implemented curricula for courses Biblical Studies, Christian Morality, and Introduction to Catholic Christianity.
  • Assisted with Campus Ministry activities, including liturgical celebrations, service projects, and morning prayer.
  • Co-coordinated February break Habitat for Humanity trip.
  • Coached middle school wrestling for the 2005-2006 season.
  • Completed two graduate courses through Framingham State College and Fitchburg State College that focused on developing skills and strategies for effective teaching.
  • Participated in revision and approval of institutional mission for strategic plan.
Ph.D.: Constructive Theology, 2017 (expected)
Loyola University Chicago - Chicago, IL

Master of Theological Studies: Theology, 2009
Harvard Divinity School - Cambridge, MA

Bachelor of Arts: Theology, Philosophy, 2003
Boston College - Chestnut Hill, MA