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Catherine Riedel
Summary

Creative professional with extensive project experience from concept, development, and implementation.  Talents include management, program development (ages 2 - adult,) excellent customer service, communication, reference, reader's advisory, application of "design thinking" process to libraries.

Skills

Programming for Children - Adult

Team Building

Public Speaking 

Customer Service

Library Innovation 

Community Outreach

Staff Management

Writing

Collection Development

Library software, reference, reader's advisory

Promotional video

Podcasts

Screen tutorials

Book Groups

Social Media literacy

Website Design

Website Management

Accomplishments

Member of Westchester Library Association Board of Directors - Youth Services Chair.

Conference Speaker/Workshop Leader - Annual Conference, Westchester Library Association

"Book" in the Pawling LIbrary Human Library - 2019, Pawling, NY

Completion of EXCITE Transformation for Libraries program for 21st Century Librarian Leadership facilitated by the Office of Development, Connecticut, State Library - June 2018

Digital badge, Innovation Builders- EXCITE Collaborative Innovator Badge

Certification, Innovation Builders - EXCITE Innovation Design Specialist for learning.

Founder and Co-Director - Croton Academy of Arts,  501c-3 non-profit arts corporation that provides arts programming for children, teens, and adults(16 years)

Experience
Youth Services Librarian / Croton Free Library - Croton on Hudson, NY 09/2018 - Current

Youth programming, specifically focusing on teens.  Collection development.  Customer service and reference.  Management of desk staff.  Marketing and public relations development.   Maintain monthly event calendar.  Responsible for hiring guest artists and program specialists. Understand current trends and services in Youth and Young Adult literacy and library programming. Tasked with development of creative space and the teen room. School district outreach.  Develop community partnerships.   Budget management.  Library software. Website management.  Program statistics assessment and reports.

Programing includes: Teen tutoring for elementary aged children, Dungeons and Drags for the Library, Muti-Library Teen Book Club, Teen Reading Marathons, Boy Book Club, Mother-Daughter Book Club, Youth Book Reviews for Library patrons (grades 5 - 8)

Librarian 1 / Ossining Public Library - Ossining, NY 04/2008 - Current

Develop and implement programming for diverse population of patrons at a busy, urban library.  Customer services and reference.  Collection Development. Program statistics assessment and reports.  Management of Library teen volunteers. Understand current trends and services in Youth and Young Adult literacy and library programming.  Develop community partnerships.  Library software.  

Apply  the principles of Human Centered Design Thinking to library programs, staff management, and services.  

Programs include:  yoga, acting, comedy improvisation, Empty Bowls program to bring awareness to world hunger, crafts, open mic, cooking..  Ran county wide Comedy Improvisation Competition at the Library attended by hundreds of youth throughout Westchester County NY.  Developed and ran 3  in-library, day-long, yoga retreats. 

Founder and Co-Director / Croton Academy of Arts - Croton-on-Hudson, NY 01/2007 - 09/2018

Founder and Director of non-profit after school performance based arts academy for ages newborn - adult. Duties include class instruction, curriculum development, administrative duties of a non-profit corporation, budget management,  marketing, hiring, and managing teachers, overseeing accounting and school software, managing all elements of theatrical production.

Claims Librarian and Director of Staging / VA Dept. of Environmental Quality - Richmond, VA 10/1993 - 06/1995

Managed the cataloging, storage and workflow of incoming claims for a Federally funded oil spill mitigation superfund  for the state of Virginia.

Adjunct Professor - Theatre / University of Tennessee - Martin, TN 09/1995 - 06/1999

Taught classes in Tap and Movement for Actors.  Choreographed a variety of musical productions for the college.

Education and Training
Hobart and William Smith - Geneva, NY 1983 Bachelor of Arts: Double major English/Dance
Syracuse University - Syracuse, NY 2018 Master of Arts: Library and Information Science
Additional Information

Certified Yoga Instructor

Theatrical Director

Choreographer

Teacher - acting, writing, dance, 

Integrative Energy Therapist

Creative Movement ages 2 - 8

Creative Dramatics ages 2 - 8

Community Service

Co-Director of Church Youth Group 

President, Arts in Our Schools Committee - Croton-on-Hudson, NY

Manager, Destination Imagination

Sunday School Teacher

References

Allison Robbins, Adult Services, Ossining Public Library, Ossining, NY - (417)343-7182


Diana Lennon, Spanish Speaking Librarian,  Greenburgh  Public Library, Greenburgh, NY - (914) 721-8235


Myrlin Valerio, Director, Croton Academy of Arts, (914)862-0988


Adam Rothberg,  Senior Vice President, Director of Corporate Communications, Simon and Schuster, NY, NY - (914) 271-1422




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JOSEPH S DUJMIC
Summary

An Accomplished Trial Attorney and former Government Administrator who communicates clearly and effectively to zealously advocate the positions of my clients. A wordsmith who drafts every pleading taking into consideration that the matter may go to trial.

Accomplishments
  • Certified NYC Small Claims Arbitrator
  • Sat as lead attorney in more than 100 trials including Matrimonial, Family Law, and Criminal cases
  • Obtained favorable settlements for 98% of cases.
  • Former Candidate for New York State Assembly 10th District (2012)
  • Gave St. John's University's Spring 2001 Valedictory Address
  • Member of the St. John's University nationally ranked Mock Trial Team (1999)
  • Chairman of Student Government, Inc. Budget Committee - responsible for $1.2 million budget
  • Awarded Frederick J. Easterly Award for Most Outstanding Student Government, Inc. Member, 2001.
Skills


  •  American Bar Association (ABA)
  • Public speaking expertise
  • Legal writing
  • Matrimonial Law specialty
  • Family law
  • Active listener
  • Criminal defense
  • Contract negotiation
  • Court policies and programs
  • Effective conflict resolution
  • MS Office
  • Legal/non-legal research
  • Sound judgment
  • Strong research skills
  • In-depth Criminal Law knowledge


  • Legal correspondence preparation
  • Marital settlement agreements
  • Expertise in legal proceedings
  • Excellent investigative and reporting skills
  • Decisive
  • Excellent judgment
  • Strong work ethic
  • Interactive teaching/learning
  • Managing classroom for diverse populations
  • Excellent classroom management
  • Motivating students
  • Technological instruction
  • Innovative lesson planning
  • Positive learning environment
  • Proofreading/editing
Work History
Partner 10/2014 to Current
Gemelli Gross & Dujmic, P.C. Forest Hills, New York
  • Developed strategies and arguments in preparation for presentation of cases.
  • Presented key evidence and exhibits during civil trials.
  • Selected jurors, argued motions and met judges during the course of a trial.
  • Questioned and cross-examined witnesses throughout the course of trials.
  • Interpreted laws, rulings and regulations for individuals and businesses.
  • Presented and summarized cases to both judges and juries.
  • Drafted legal briefs and opinions for all clients.
  • Filed appeals in state and federal courts of appeal.
  • Reviewed and negotiated legal documents relating to the Matrimonial industry.
  • Wrote memoranda and reviewed legal briefs.
  • Managed all trial preparation for case litigation.
Department Supervisor/ Trial Associate 07/2012 to 10/2014
Wilens & Baker, P.C New York, New York
  • Developed strategies and arguments in preparation for presentation of cases.
  • Presented key evidence and exhibits during civil trials.
  • Questioned and cross-examined witnesses throughout the course of trials.
  • Interpreted laws, rulings and regulations for individuals and businesses.
  • Drafted legal briefs and opinions for all clients.
  • Managed all trial preparation for case litigation.
  • Filed all case pleadings in a timely manner.
  • Creatively formulated trial techniques that specifically pertained to each case.
Attorney/ Owner 10/2010 to 07/2012
Law Office of Joseph S. Dujmic Huntington, NY
  • Specialize in the areas of Matrimonial Law, Family Law, Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Developed strategies and arguments in preparation for presentation of cases.
  • Presented key evidence and exhibits during civil trials.
  • Questioned and cross-examined witnesses throughout the course of trials.
  • Interpreted laws, rulings and regulations for individuals and businesses.
  • Drafted legal briefs and opinions for all clients.
  • Managed all trial preparation for case litigation.
  • Filed all case pleadings in a timely manner.
  • Creatively formulated trial techniques that specifically pertained to each case.
  • Explained available courses of action and possible repercussions of cases to clients.
  • Managed a high-volume caseload in the most populous and demanding circuit.
  • Researched, wrote and filed all motions, writs and briefs for each case.
Assistant County Attorney 02/2009 to 10/2010
Suffolk County Attorney's Office Central Islip, NY
  • Drafted numerous memoranda of law and legal opinions on behalf of the County Attorney Drafted an Amicus Curiae to the US District on behalf of the Suffolk County Attorney regarding a matter vital to the economy of Suffolk County Drafted an appeal regarding an abuse and neglect finding Drafted numerous violation of supervision and violation of orders of protection petitions and OTSC Responsible for document preparation of Kendra Law Petitions Draft Orders to Show Cause and Removal Orders in Child Abuse and Neglect Cases Conference Child Support Cases on behalf of the Suffolk County Department of Social Services.
  • Questioned and cross-examined witnesses throughout the course of trials.
  • Wrote memoranda and reviewed legal briefs.
  • Creatively formulated trial techniques that specifically pertained to each case.
  • Interviewed witnesses and gathered public record research relevant to each case.
Deputy Chief Of Staff 02/2007 to 02/2009
Office of the Suffolk County Executive Hauppauge, NY
  • Personally supervised more than one hundred (100) staff members serving in various governmental roles on a daily basis
  • Drafted Legislation at the County Executive's request
  • Composed Veto Messages on behalf of the County Executive
  • Oversaw all repairs of county facilities and acquisitions of new properties as the County Executive's sole representative on the Space Management Steering Committee
  • Served as the County Executive's Senior Liaison to all Suffolk County Department Heads
  • Brokered an agreement between New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission and Suffolk County Limousine Companies, which allowed said companies to operate legally within New York City
  • Served as the County Executive's Chief Lobbyist at the Charter Review Commission
  • Implemented new time accounting record within the Office of the County Executive
  • Responsible for planning, implementing and executing all plans for the County Executive's agenda.
  • Appeared and testified before numerous Suffolk County Legislative committee meetings lobbying the members in support of County Executive sponsored legislation
Adjunct Professor 09/2005 to 01/2008
St. John's University NY


  • Taught the course Discover New York.
  • Taught more than 30 students each semester.
  • Created engaging and dynamic lessons with an emphasis on improving students' written and verbal communication skills.
  • Counseled undergraduates in regard to educational and professional goals.
  • Coached students on public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Emphasized the importance of academic honesty with students and instructed them on proper citation of research sources.
  • Maintained thorough records of student attendance and grades.
  • Challenged and motivated students through in-depth lectures and discussions.
  • Fostered students' commitment to lifelong learning by connecting course materials to broader themes and current events.
Education
J.D.: Criminal Law/ Family Law/ Trial Advocacy June 2007 New York Law School - New York, NY Trial and Appellate Advocacy Oral Advocacy
Bachelor of Science: Criminal Justice May 2001 St. John's University - NY


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MARIAH L RICHARDSON
Summary
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.
Accomplishments
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
Experience
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
TEACHING ARTIST COCA St. Louis, MO
  • 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
PROGRAM DIRECTOR/VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR Double Helix - KDHX St. Louis, MO
  • 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
OWNER/WRITER/DIRECTOR/ACTOR/FILMMAKER Stagemother Productions St. Louis, MO
  • 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/VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR The American Film Institute/NCFVP/CAFTS Hollywood, CA
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 1900-1920, 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.
Education
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
AATE
AFTRA
FCC -3rd class operator
Skills
Blackboard
Banner
Microsoft Office
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