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Accomplishments
  • Tornado Response Efforts (Informal Service) 2012.
  • Nursing Education - Faculty Funding 2009 - 2012 (Subcommittee of the KNCC) - (Member).
  • Nursing Education - Work Life 2009 - 2012 (Subcommittee of the KNCC) - (Member).
  • Kentucky Nursing Capacity Consortium (KNCC) - (Member) 2008 - 2010.
  • Friedell Committee on Health Systems Transformation - (Co-Chair) 2008 - 2009.
  • Kentucky Board of Nursing Test Construction & Item Analysis 2008 Seminar - (Host/Facilitator).
  • Kentucky Board of Nursing Leadership Seminar - (Host/Facilitator) 2006.
Professional Summary
Visionary leader of high ethics and integrity with extensive experience in academic design and delivery and academic administration. Progressive leader dedicated to creating strong momentum for relevant programming, workforce responsiveness, and maximum funding and asset acquisition in higher education. Innovative leader committed to remaining cutting-edge in regards to technology, academic quality, and student achievement and success. Passionate leader with the ability to build partnerships and consensus among college stakeholders and to advocate for students, faculty and staff. Vested leader strongly committed to sustaining a healthy, well-educated citizenry in the region and in communities across the Commonwealth. My professional career objective is to serve as the President and CEO of a progressive, learning-centered community and technical college designed to deliver opportunity in a multi-campus model. Applying innovation and strong interpersonal, management and leadership competence, my goal is to create and promote an exemplary academic, social, and culturally-rich environment in which the college mission of accessibility, affordability, and responsiveness to community needs is achieved. Consistent with the multi-campus design, my aim is to provide a very visible presence in all counties served by the college and to promote diversity and equal opportunity on each campus. My goal includes a commitment to provide strong advocacy for the college, to lead progressive growth of the college through relevant programming and services, to exceed established performance standards, to ensure inclusiveness throughout the college, and to foster solid partnerships for sustainability of the college.
Skills
  • ACADEMIC & STUDENT SUCCESS
  • ENTREPRENEURIAL SUCCESS
  • STRATEGIC PLANNING
  • PROGRESSIVE LEADERSHIP
  • FACULTY & STAFF DEVELOPMENT
  • WORKFORCE READINESS
  • PARTNERSHIP CREATION
  • INSTITUTIONAL EXCELLENCE
  • CONSENSUS BUILDING
  • FISCAL STEWARDSHIP
  • PERFORMANCE-BASED OUTCOMES
  • INNOVATIONS & EXECUTION
Work History
Presidential Fellow, 01/2016 to Current
Big Sandy Community and Technical College Prestonsburg, KY
  • I was selected in 2016 to serve as the Presidential Fellow for Big Sandy Community and Technical College to represent KCTCS on the Tennessee Valley Consortium of Community College Presidents.
  • As the appointed fellow, I represent the.
Big Sandy Community and Technical College Prestonsburg, KY
Administrator/Coordinator of the Associate, 01/2006 to 01/2009
  • As a result of organizational restructuring, I returned to nursing administration to lead the program in outcomes improvement, including retention rates, accreditation, and board pass rates.
  • Provided leadership and supervision for approximately 9 faculty, staff and adjuncts in the nursing program in regards to budget development and compliance, scheduling, evaluation, curriculum development and delivery, institutional effectiveness, accreditation, accountability, transfer, conflict resolution, and personnel management.
  • KEY CONTRIBUTIONS:.
  • Provided leadership for the program consistent with the college mission including appropriate placement of faculty and integration of support resources and best practices fostering improved student outcomes (retention and board pass rates).
  • Created and launched new program delivery formats through Workforce Solutions to capture students needing innovative academic learning formats (online nursing programming).
  • Leading national nursing program accreditation efforts through the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).
  • Created and facilitated high school access programming for potential nursing students (Junior Nurse Intern Program).
  • Promoted use of academic support and services to enhance student success including the creation of learning modules and remediation programs.
  • Ensured consistent and thorough evaluation of courses and use of outcomes for continuous quality improvement.
  • Participated in student evaluation of instruction within the program.
  • Maintained an active and productive Program Advisory Board.
  • Participated in recruiting and hiring top-performing faculty and staff for the program.
  • Developed, implemented and evaluated an annual plan for the program to monitor program relevancy and to guide program improvement efforts.
  • Maintained effective communication and compliance with the Kentucky Board of Nursing including completion of all required reports.
  • Engaged in program reviews including onsite Kentucky Board of Nursing visits.
  • Delivered pre-admission conferences to market the program and recruit qualified applicants.
  • Organized and facilitated the Kentucky Board of Nursing's leadership program attracting nurse educators from across the region and generating revenue.
  • Collaborated with faculty to develop a responsive schedule of classes for the program that best facilitated learning.
  • Dialogued with other nursing educators and nursing administrators in the region to ensure nursing programs remained complimentary and not competitive regarding clinical site scheduling.
  • Planned and participated in strong recruitment and retention of students.
  • Ensured the campus lab was staffed with qualified personnel to meet the learning needs of students.
  • Coordinated faculty assignments commensurate with expertise.
  • Ensured students received appropriate clinical experiences based on learning needs and subject matter.
  • Facilitated the development of course materials across the program, including progressive programming, maximal use of technology, and simulation.
  • Utilized data to drive continuous quality improvement.
  • Strengthened transfer opportunities for students through 2+2 agreements and creation of new transfer opportunities.
Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, 01/2009 to 01/2016
Big Sandy Community and Technical College Prestonsburg, KY
  • Provided leadership and supervision for 50+ diverse faculty and staff in the general education division in regards to budget development and compliance, scheduling, evaluation, curriculum development and delivery, institutional effectiveness, accreditation, accountability, transfer, conflict resolution, and personnel management.
  • KEY CONTRIBUTIONS:.
  • Provided exemplary leadership and management oversight to 50+ faculty and staff, including part-time and full-time employees.
  • Oversight included faculty located on 3 campuses and in off-campus, distance learning assignments beyond Kentucky.
  • Collaborated with faculty and a scheduling team to create a dynamic schedule of face-to-face, hybrid and online course offerings and teaching assignments responsive to the needs of students.
  • Engaged the division's faculty in the long range planning process and aligned efforts with the college vision, mission and goals.
  • Determined and pursued the resources needed to achieve the division and college goals.
  • Facilitated institutional effectiveness initiatives within the division including the development of subject leadership, discipline specific institutional effectiveness plans, and comprehensive general education competency measurement plans.
  • Ensured curriculum was created, revised, and delivered in compliance with all KCTCS policies, procedures and algorithms.
  • Promoted collaboration and communication between faculty and staff across the college for the purpose of advancing academic programming.
  • Maintained effective communication within the division through verbal/non-verbal formats and via regular division meetings ensuring my team was informed of current events and pertinent information relative to their roles.
  • Engaged faculty and staff in budget creation, execution and compliance achieving an effective and efficient use of resources.
  • Implemented systematic evaluation of all personnel assigned to the division, including planning phases, outcomes, and continuous quality improvement strategies.
  • Participated in recruiting and hiring top-performing faculty and staff for teaching appointments and staff support positions throughout the college.
  • Created connections with transfer partners and business and industry through an advisory board.
  • Was able to collaboratively create strategies to enhance transfer opportunities and to improve graduate readiness for employment.
  • Provided dynamic leadership for critical team projects pertaining to: safety, emergency response and crisis management, accreditation, default management, institutional effectiveness, general education competency measurement, smoke-free campus onboarding, policy development and implementation, and evaluation.
  • Achieved multi-disciplinary support for key innovations such as new virtual program options.
  • Actively engaged in promoting global awareness and learning initiatives.
  • Spearheaded the delivery of multiple poverty-related professional development opportunities to enhance awareness and insight into the social issues facing our region.
  • Acquired grant monies to support necessary professional development programs.
  • Participated in fundraising efforts to advance the mission of the college.
  • Partnered with Workforce Solutions regarding possible pathway offerings culminating in high-wage, high-demand employment such as paramedic and nursing.
  • Promptly mediated student complaints/issues in full compliance with KCTCS policy.
  • Promptly mediated faculty grievances in full compliance with KCTCS policy.
  • Successfully and consistently completed special projects as assigned.
  • Served as an experienced resource for faculty and staff across the college as needed for academic-related matters.
Administrator/Coordinator, 01/2008 to 01/2009
Big Sandy Community and Technical College Prestonsburg, KY
  • Provided leadership and supervision for 3-4 faculty, staff and adjuncts in the nursing program in regards to budget development and compliance, scheduling, evaluation, curriculum development and delivery, institutional effectiveness, accreditation, transfer, and personnel management.
  • KEY CONTRIBUTIONS:.
  • Provided leadership for the program consistent with the college mission including appropriate placement of faculty and integration of support resources.
  • Promoted use of academic support and services to foster student success.
  • Ensured consistent and thorough evaluation of the courses and use of outcomes for continuous quality improvement.
  • Participated in student evaluation of instruction within the program.
  • Maintained an active Program Advisory Board.
  • Participated in recruiting and hiring top-performing faculty and staff for the program.
  • Developed, implemented and evaluated an annual plan for the program to monitor program relevancy and to guide program improvement efforts.
  • Maintained effective communication and compliance with the Kentucky Board of Nursing including completion of all required reports.
  • Engaged in program reviews.
  • Delivered pre-admission conferences to market the program and recruit qualified applicants.
  • Collaborated with faculty to develop a responsive schedule of classes for the program that best facilitated learning.
  • Planned and participated in assertive recruitment and retention of students.
  • Ensured the campus lab was staffed with qualified personnel to meet the learning needs of students.
  • Coordinated faculty assignments commensurate with expertise.
  • Ensured students received appropriate clinical experiences based on learning needs and subject matter.
  • Facilitated the development of course materials across the program, including progressive programming, maximal use of technology, and simulation.
  • Utilized data to drive continuous quality improvement.
  • Strengthened pathways for students to continue into the associate degree program.
NOTE, 08/1993 to Current
Big Sandy Community and Technical College Prestonsburg, KY
  • Teaching experience includes face-to-face, online (various platforms such as Joule and Blackboard), hybrid and clinical/laboratory settings.
Nursing Faculty, 09/2015 to Current
Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center Immediate Care
  • Developed materials for Nursing 220 Medical-Surgical Nursing II; delivered entire didactic content and some clinical/lab experiences integrating a myriad of engaging learning opportunities and infusion of technology into course delivery.
  • Advanced Practice RN, Family Nurse Practitioner - Certified (APRN, FNP-C) Paintsville, KY & Salyersville, KY Provided care for patients across the lifespan in an afterhours clinic.
Adjunct Faculty, 01/2012 to Current
University of Pikeville Pikeville, KY
  • Developed materials for baccalaureate nursing courses and delivered in an online format and in a hybrid (face-to-face and online combined) format.
  • Courses taught since 2012 include Scholarship and Inquiry for Evidence Based Practice (Research) and Organizational and Systems Leadership; currently teaching Scholarship and Inquiry for Evidence Based Practice using Joule platform.
Adjunct Faculty, 01/2014 to 05/2015
Big Sandy Community and Technical College Prestonsburg, KY
  • Developed materials for Pharmacology I and II for 1st and 2nd year ADN students; taught in hybrid format utilizing Blackboard platform.
Adjunct Faculty, 01/2006 to 12/2014
Morehead State University Morehead, KY
  • Developed materials for baccalaureate nursing courses and delivered in an online format and in a hybrid (face-to-face and online combined) format.
  • Courses include Introduction to Nursing Research, Human Sexuality, Leadership for the Healthcare Professional, Legal and Ethical Aspects of Healthcare, Nursing Leadership and Management, and Advanced Assessment.
Professor, 08/2004 to 05/2009
Big Sandy Community and Technical College Prestonsburg, KY
  • Taught junior and senior level nursing courses (clinical and didactic); provided course leadership for scheduling, course development and facilitation as well as student evaluations.
  • Coordinated clinical experiences with multiple facilities and ensured all required student information/documentation was up-to-date and compliant.
Associate Professor, 08/1999 to 05/2004
Big Sandy Community and Technical College Prestonsburg, KY
  • Taught junior and senior level nursing courses (clinical and didactic); provided course leadership for scheduling and delivering lecture and arranging clinical experiences.
Assistant Professor, 08/1996 to 05/1999
Big Sandy Community and Technical College Prestonsburg, KY
  • Taught junior and senior level nursing courses (clinical and didactic); provided course leadership for scheduling and delivering lecture and arranging clinical experiences.
Instructor, 08/1993 to 05/1996
Big Sandy Community and Technical College Prestonsburg, KY
  • Taught junior and senior level nursing courses (clinical and didactic); provided course leadership for scheduling and delivering lecture and arranging clinical experiences.
Nursing Supervisor, 04/1992 to 06/1993
Salyersville Healthcare Center Salyersville, KY
  • Provided supervision for the facility and for the care planning and provision for center residents.
Staff/Charge Nurse, 04/1990 to 01/1992
Highlands Regional Medical Center Prestonsburg, KY
  • Emergency Room & Telemetry) Provided direct care for clients on assigned unit; provided team management in care planning and care provision.
Office Nurse, 01/1990 to 04/1991
Dr. John Furcolow Highlands Regional Medical Center Prestonsburg, KY
  • MD Provided direct care for clients in the practice and provided supervision for the day-to- day functions of the office.
Staff/Charge Nurse, 01/1989 to 01/1990
Highlands Regional Medical Center Prestonsburg, KY
  • Provided direct care for clients on assigned unit; provided team management in care planning and care provision.
Kentucky representative, 11/2016
Kentucky representative, 11/2016
Nurses on Boards Coalition
O.S., 05/2008
  • Poster at the 2Nd Annual Kentucky Board of Nursing - Nurse Educator Conference (Developer & presenter).
  • LEAP to Success Leadership Presentation at the 5/2008 New Horizons Faculty/Staff Teaching & Learning Conference (Presenter).
O.S., 03/2008
  • Poster at the University of Kentucky Student Showcase (Developer & presenter).
  • Annual Great Teacher Award - Student Elected 4/2006.
ACCREDITATION, 08/2016 to Current
Big Sandy Community and Technical College
  • In addition to editorial assignments for preparation of initial accreditation (2003) and reaffirmation (2008 Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).
Project Leader, 08/2015 to Current
Big Sandy Community and Technical College
SACSCOC Project Manager, 01/2015 to 04/2015
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
  • Team for Sections 2.4, 3.1.1, & 4.2 Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) - External Reviewer for SACSCOC Completed reviews for 3 colleges in the SACSCOC service area.
Education
Doctorate of Education: Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, Present
Eastern Kentucky University - Richmond, KY
Educational Leadership & Policy Studies
Post-masters Certificate - Rural Family Nurse Practitioner: May 2015
Eastern Kentucky University - Richmond, KY
Doctorate of Nursing Practice Attended: May 2008
University of Kentucky - Lexington, KY
Legal Nurse Consulting Certificate: July 2004
Kaplan College - Boca Raton, FL
Masters: August 1994
University of Kentucky - Lexington, KY
Bachelors: May 1994
University of Kentucky - Lexington, KY
Associate: Applied Science Nursing, December 1988
Prestonsburg Community College - Prestonsburg, KY
Applied Science Nursing
Applying the Principles of Effective Leadership *Moving Up the Career Ladder: 5/2011
Big Sandy Community and Technical College -
5/2010
Leadership Institute (Part IV) Big Sandy Community and Technical College *Big Sandy Community and Technical College - Prestonsburg, KY
5/2009
Leadership Institute (Part III) Big Sandy Community and Technical College *Big Sandy Community and Technical College - Prestonsburg, KY
10/2007
Leadership Institute - Prestonsburg, KY
Local-level program focused on developing leadership performance within Big Sandy Community and Technical College *Leadership East Kentucky Various counties in eastern Kentucky Regional-level program focused on investigating and addressing issues facing eastern Kentucky
5/2007
Big Sandy Community and Technical College -
5/2007
Leadership Institute (Part I) Big Sandy Community and Technical College *Kentucky Community and Technical College - Prestonsburg Lexington, KY
State-level program focused on learning and applying effective leadership competencies within KCTCS to improve the system and its service to the Commonwealth and beyond.
Affiliations
Presidential Fellow (Presidential Appointment) 10/2016 - Present Kentucky Community and Technical College System Big Sandy Community and Technical College Prestonsburg, KY Regional senior leadership experience (representing the college President on the Tennessee Valley Corridor Consortium of Community College Presidents) focused on building consensus, entrepreneurial innovations, and partnerships with federal entities; enhancing entrepreneurial opportunities and workforce progression. *Leadership Floyd County 8/2012 - 4/2013 Prestonsburg, KY Local-level program focused on investigating and addressing issues facing Floyd County Kentucky *American Association of Community Colleges - 6/2011 Future Leaders Institute (FLI) Baltimore, MD National-level program focused on preparing for a presidential position; application exercises included addressing leadership, management, and fiscal issues facing community college presidents in areas such as: *Advocating the Community College Mission *Visioning with A Global Perspective *Building Your Leadership Strengths *Using Data, the Voluntary Framework and the Completion Agenda to Ensure Student Success *Becoming an Entrepreneurial Leader *Achieving Equity and Valuing Diversity *Understanding Legal Issues
Interests
Program Advisory Board for General Education - (Facilitator) *Program Advisory Board for Nursing - (Facilitator) *Institutional Effectiveness Measurement Plan for General Education - (Facilitator) *Planning Council - (Member) *College Appeals Board - (Elected Chair) *College Appeals Board - (Member) *Evaluation Committee - (Appointed Chair) *Distance Learning Transformation Position Papers - Ad Hoc - (Member) *Institutional Effectiveness Quality Council Committee - (Member) *Kentucky Community and Technical College System Rules Committee - (Elected Senator) *Kentucky Community and Technical College System Strategic Planning Team 2010-2016 - (Member) *Program Advisory Board for the Development of an AAS in Religious Studies - (Member) *Health Forum for Community Needs - (Participant) *Search Committees - (Member) *At-risk Students Committee - (Member) *Background Check and Drug Screening Policy for Nursing - (Developer and facilitator) *Community Engagement Disaster Drill (Anthrax) - (Developer and facilitator) *Junior Nurse Intern Program (JNIP) - (Developer and facilitator) DIVERSITY DIVERSITY *Developing and coordinating the a diversity-based professional 2016-2017 development conference entitled, Leading Ladies: Regional Women's Conference (In progress) Projected date of implementation: April 2017 Speakers: Various women leaders from academia, business and industry and government *Coordinated the 3rd diversity-based professional 2014 development workshop entitled, College Retention and Engagement - A Systems Approach Speaker: Dr. Bethanie Tucker, Ed.D. *Coordinated the 2nd diversity-based professional 2012 development workshop entitled, Understanding and Engaging Under-Resourced College Students Speaker: Dr. Bethanie Tucker, Ed.D. *Coordinated the 1st diversity-based professional 2011 development workshop entitled, Frameworks for Understanding Poverty
Additional Information
  • LEADERSHIP PHILOSOPHY LEADERSHIP PHILOSOPHY Leadership is not defined solely by a role, a title, or a position. Leadership permeates every facet of an institution as a way of life and is a direct extension of one's personal and professional character. Successful leaders model professional behavior, engage others consistently, exceed standards, communicate effectively, foster inclusiveness, practiced transparency and coach others to achieve their greatest potential.
  • Program Advisory Board for General Education - (Facilitator) *Program Advisory Board for Nursing - (Facilitator) *Institutional Effectiveness Measurement Plan for General Education - (Facilitator) *Planning Council - (Member) *College Appeals Board - (Elected Chair) *College Appeals Board - (Member) *Evaluation Committee - (Appointed Chair) *Distance Learning Transformation Position Papers - Ad Hoc - (Member) *Institutional Effectiveness Quality Council Committee - (Member) *Kentucky Community and Technical College System Rules Committee - (Elected Senator) *Kentucky Community and Technical College System Strategic Planning Team 2010-2016 - (Member) *Program Advisory Board for the Development of an AAS in Religious Studies - (Member) *Health Forum for Community Needs - (Participant) *Search Committees - (Member) *At-risk Students Committee - (Member) *Background Check and Drug Screening Policy for Nursing - (Developer and facilitator) *Community Engagement Disaster Drill (Anthrax) - (Developer and facilitator) *Junior Nurse Intern Program (JNIP) - (Developer and facilitator) DIVERSITY DIVERSITY *Developing and coordinating the a diversity-based professional 2016-2017 development conference entitled, Leading Ladies: Regional Women's Conference (In progress) Projected date of implementation: April 2017 Speakers: Various women leaders from academia, business and industry and government *Coordinated the 3rd diversity-based professional 2014 development workshop entitled, College Retention and Engagement - A Systems Approach Speaker: Dr. Bethanie Tucker, Ed.D. *Coordinated the 2nd diversity-based professional 2012 development workshop entitled, Understanding and Engaging Under-Resourced College Students Speaker: Dr. Bethanie Tucker, Ed.D. *Coordinated the 1st diversity-based professional 2011 development workshop entitled, Frameworks for Understanding Poverty
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Experience
Grand Canyon University Phoenix, AZ Adjunct Professor 12/2018 to Current
- Online Adjunct for the College of Science, Engineering, and Technology.
- Hired to teach Service Oriented Architecture classes online. 
Centra Lynchburg, VA Systems Analyst 01/2016 to Current
  • Led an application rationalization and license consolidation initiative to save\avoid 1+ million dollars per year.
  • Developed application goals and strategies to reduce\avoid 4+ million in costs over a 3 year span.
  • Architect for Oracle ERP implementation and numerous Microsoft initiatives (Power BI, Azure adoption, Windows 10, Intune, Office 365 migration, EA restructuring).
  • Formed the led the Service Management Governance Committee to help optimize IT Processes and co-founded of the Enterprise Initiative Committee which brings Technology Management leaders together to work through roadblocks and help drive improvements.





Framatome Inc. Lynchburg, VA System Administrator 01/2013 to 01/2016
  • Architect for global multi-million-dollar product lifecycle management software (Teamcenter) consolidation project to significantly reduce cost, improve productivity, and streamline business processes. 
  • Worked with various business lines to reduce costs through application rationalization and license consolidation. 
  • Lead Administrator for over a dozen enterprise applications which involved performing upgrades, migrations, and development.
Lynchburg Computer Systems Lynchburg, VA Supervisor 08/2011 to 01/2013
  • Led a team of four contractors to assume responsibility over Centra Health's outside medical facilities from a desktop support standpoint.
  • Led a joint case study between Centra Desktop Support and Liberty University Business Intelligence on their PC refresh cycle policies.



Virginia Army National Guard Lynchburg, Virginia E4 - Specialist 02/2011 to 02/2014
  •  Served with HHC 1-116 out of Lynchburg in the medical platoon. 
  •  Obtained Secret clearence
Liberty University Lynchburg, VA Business Process Specialist 06/2010 to 08/2011
  • Architected and created datamart to show IT asset utilization that would calculate a total cost of consumption. System was used to drive strategic decisions to reduce over 1 million in waste.
  • Coordinated and worked with multiple IT departments on examining and documenting businesses processes to find ways to cut costs and reduce cycle time. 
  • Helped draft and implement multiple IT policies and procedures that shaped the way IT operates including the asset refresh and disposal policies.



Lynchburg Computer Systems Lynchburg, VA Technician 02/2006 to 06/2010
  • Responsible for day to day operations at local ISP that served hundreds of dial up residential users as well as MPLS business customers. 
  • Design, developed, and maintained email, web, and backup clusters used by two dozen small-medium sized businesses and 2,000 end users. 
Lynchburg Computer Systems Lynchburg, VA Information Technology Consultant 01/2013 to Current - Info
Education
Doctor of Business Administration: Information Systems 2020 Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA, United States Currently 15/60 credits complete. 
Master of Science: Information Systems 2018 Capella University, Minneapolis, MN, US
Master of Arts: Leadership 2012 Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA Completed 21 of 30 credits .
Bachelor of Science: Computer Science 2010 Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA
Associate of Applied Science: Computer Networking 2008 Central Virginia Community College, Lynchburg, VA
Certifications

Certified Information Systems Security Practitioner (CISSP) 

Project Management Professional (PMP) 

TOGAF 9.1 (Enterprise Architecture Framework) 

COBIT 5: Governance and Management of Enterprise IT 

AWS Certified Solutions Architect  

Professional Scrum Master

ITIL

Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions (training)
Developing on Azure (training)
Affiliations
Leadership Lynchburg (Class 44)
Member, American College of Healthcare Executives
Member, Association of Enterprise Architecture (AEA) 
Member, PMI Southwest Virginia Chapter
Member, HIMSS Virginia Chapter
Member, IASA (Association for all IT Architects)
Member, Association for Information Technology Professionals Richmond Chapter
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Accomplishments
  • Independently created an online version of AH 2010, including the curriculum and all assignments.
  • Introduced a formal analysis paper that was adopted for use in all AH 1010 courses.
  • Initiated a creative project assignment that the university implemented as a requirement for all AH 2010.
  • Developed numerous new courses, including Native American Art, African Art, Art of the African Diaspora, and Theories of Non-Western Art.
  • Received above-average teaching performance evaluations in all categories every semester.
Skills
  • Eight Years of College Teaching Experience
  • Creative Instruction Style
  • Taught On-Ground and Online Courses
  • Experience with Working with Students from Diverse Backgrounds
  • Expertise in Curriculum Development   
  • Effective Use of Multi-media Teaching Tools
  • Work History
    Online Adjunct Art History Professor, 06/2016 to 05/2017
    Southern New Hampshire University Manchester, New Hampshire
    • Teach introductory level courses in Humanities
    • Foster students' commitment to lifelong learning by connecting course materials to broader themes and current events.
    • Guide students to relevant information about academic and personal support services available at the college.
    • Guide students in using technology to support educational research.
    • Monitor students' academic progress and referred students who were struggling to campus resources.
    Research & Catalog Specialist, 04/2016 to 09/2016
    J Levine Auction House & Appraisal Scottsdale, AZ
    • Examined art to make sure it is suitable for J. Levine Auction.
    • Conducted research on the items to find value of artwork and other pertinent information.
    • Wrote descriptions of the art pieces for the catalog in a timely manner in order to meet the.catalog upload deadline.
    Adjunct Art History Professor, 07/2011 to 07/2015
    Metropolitan State University Denver, CO
    • Researched and developed entirely new curriculum and reading materials for advanced-level art history courses.
    • Created lectures, exams, paper assignments, and supporting materials for each course.
    • Customized lectures and provided individual tutoring during office hours to ensure all students have the best opportunity for success.
    • Class size ranged from 15 students to 50 students.
    • Coached students on public speaking and presentation skills.
    Adjunct Art History Professor, 08/2007 to 05/2012
    Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design Denver, CO
    • Independently developed curriculum, lectures, exams, and supporting materials for four undergraduate-level art history courses.
    • Conducted extensive research to gather materials and information for completely new courses as well as to reinvigorate standard courses.
    • Conducted three hours of lectures weekly for each course, developed/administered exams, and assigned/graded papers.

    Education
    Master of Arts: Art History, 2006
    San Francisco State University - San Francisco, CA
    Thesis "Patronage, and Change on the Northwest Coast" examines how tourism has impacted Native American art on the Northwest Coast.
    Bachelor of Arts: Art History, 2003
    California State University - Dominguez Hills Carson, CA
    Affiliations
    Native American Art Association
    Publications
    Gerace, Phil. "A Professor's Journey into the World of Voodoo." Subcutaneous Magazine , no. 2 (2016): 90-95. Accessed February 6, 2017. http://www.subqmag.com/issues.html
    Additional Information
    Received two Rocky College of Art and Design Professional Development Grants.

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    Professional Summary
    Skills
    Affiliations
    American String Teachers Association 2013-present National Association of Negro Musicians 2013-present Florida State University BOA (Board of Advisors) 2012-2013
    Work History
    Director of Music Ministries/Staff Accompanist, 01/2013 to Current
    NEW LIFE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Tallahassee, FL
    Director of Music and Voice instructor, FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL UNIVERSITY Irene C. Edmunds youth theater camp Tallahassee, FL
    staff pianist, and teacher, 01/2011 to Current
    Private Strings and Piano instructor Tallahassee, FL
    • Provides musical training in strings and piano to students.
    • Groups of multiple ages engage in group lessons and private study.
    Director of Music Ministries/Staff, 01/2006 to Current
    MIRACLES THROUGH PRAYER AND FAITH MINISTRIES Pembroke Pines, Fl
    • Served as staff pianist for all major choral ensembles of the church.
    Strings Teacher, 01/2012 to 01/2013
    SYMPHONY SEVEN SCHOOL OF ARTS TECHNOLOGY Tallahassee
    • Served as an afterschool private and classroom instructor.
    Assistant Professor of Violin, Dr. Benjamin Sung
    • College of Music, Florida State University Dr.
    • Patrice Floyd Professor of Music Symphony Seven School of Arts and Technology.
    Education
    Bachelor of Arts: Music, May 2015
    FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY - Tallahassee, FL
    Music
    High School Diploma: May 2011
    DILLARD CENTER FOR THE ARTS, FT. Lauderdale, FL
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    Summary
    Highly motivated, student-centered teacher educator with an earned doctorate in Family and Child Development, philosophically inclined to 'constructivist' paradigms in early childhood education and a strong commitment to helping pre-service teachers become reflective practitioners through experiential learning, 20+ years of experience in face-to-face, online, and blended teaching formats, academic advising, collaborative leadership, experience with young children in diverse settings including international contexts, driven to build strong community partnerships, and scholarly contributions to practitioner-centered workshops, publications, and conferences.
    Highlights
    • Teaching with an emphasis on experiential learning through embedded field experiences
    • Collaborative participation and leadership skills in program development, program coordination, and visionary guidance
    • Building community partnerships
    • Innovative, progressive thinking geared towards 21st century child and adult learners. 
    • Proficient with Microsoft office software
    • Proficient in use of blackboard, canvas, and E-college NExt.
    • Efficient Program / project Manager (E.g. Federal research grant evaluation and Reach Out and Read)
    • Reflective Practitioner
    Accomplishments
    Collaborative participation in grant writing (Awarded the Child Development Block Grant & Neighborhood Assistance Program and the Missouri Preschool Program grant in the state of Missouri).
     
    Collaborative leadership in development of the Early Childhood Major in current place of employment
     
    Mortar Board Top Ten Professor's award
    Recipient of Dean's award for collaboration
     
    Promoted to Program Coordinator in the 3rd year of employment at current work-place
    Education
    Ph.D. Family and Child Development 1995 Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University Blacksburg, VA, USA Dissertation: “Rules in a Kindergarten Classroom: An Ethnography”
    Master of Science, Human Development and Family Relations 1990 Nirmala Niketan, College of Home Science Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
    Thesis:  “Mothers' attitudes towards children's play: A systemic approach” 
    Secured 1st rank in University
    Gauri Char Scholarship' for excellence in work
    Bachelor of Arts, Psychology 1988 Sophia College Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Graduated First class with distinction
    Experience
    Associate Professor and Program coordinator Aug 2009 to Current
    Northwest Missouri State University Maryville, MO
    Teach, reconstruct, and develop graduate and undergraduate courses
    Serve as Academic Advisor 
    Supervise students in practicum
    Coordinate the Early Childhood Program to maintain alignment with state requirements and accreditation standards
    Demonstrate record of scholarly work 
    Supervise and mentor preschool director during the beginning formation stages (2012-15)
     
    Please see CV for a more detailed account.
    Faculty Associate / lecturer Aug 2001 to May 2009
    Arizona State University Tempe, AZ
    Taught graduate and undergraduate courses
    Led the project evaluation team for a state-wide professional development grant (AZ System Ready Child Ready federal grant project)
    Served on departmental committees
    Assistant Professor Aug 1995 to May 2001
    Mount St. Clare College (now Ashford University) Clinton, IA
    Taught graduate and undergraduate courses
    Demonstrated record of scholarly work through regular national conference presentations
    Teaching Assistant, Reserach Assistant, and Lab School (Preschool) Lead Teacher Aug 1991 to May 1995
    Virginal Polytechnic Institute & State University Blacksburg, VA
    As Research Assistant, designed longitudinal research study investigating the reflective thinking of pre-service teachers for 3 years, collected and analyzed data, and disseminated findings through a presentation and publication in collaboration with other members of the team.
     
    As Teaching Assistant, taught and mentored pre-service teachers under supervision of faculty; 
     
    As Lab School Lead teacher planned and implemented developmentally appropriate learning experiences, served as mentor for undergraduate students placed in my classroom, successfully worked towards NAEYC accreditation, and contributed to related initiatives.