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Professional Summary

Educational and organizational leader with 20+ years of career excellence offering developed skill in data-driven decision-making. Adept in developing program opportunities which propel student achievement . Eager to provide enriching opportunities for at-risk students, promoting higher education matriculation and pursuit of goals and individual potential.

Core Strengths
  • Analytical
  • Sound judgment
  • Highly-organized
  • Results-oriented
  • Strategic planning
  • Problem resolution
  • Change management
  • Supervision and training
Education
Doctor of Education: Educational Leadership 2013 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Master of School Administration: School Administration 2002 East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
Bachelor of Science: Biology 1996 North Carolina A & T State University, Greensboro, NC
NC Professional Educator's License

Superintendent Middle Grades Mathematics (6-8)

Principal (K-12) Middle Grades Science (6-8)

Curriculum Instructional Specialist Biology (9-12)

K-12 Accomplishments


  • Implemented the Positive Behavior Support program resulting in recognition by the school district. 
  • Created, organized, and implemented EOG test preparation program resulting in the designation of School of Distinction by the NC Department of Public Instruction.
  • Coordinated the Renaissance Incentive Program resulting in increased student achievement and assessment results.
Professional Experience
Durham Technical Community College Durham, NC Director, GtC/Adult HS/HS Equivalency 06/2013 to Current
  • Increased Adult High School graduation rates by 190% in three academic years.
  • Direct and provide student support services for College and Career Readiness department.
  • Train and supervise staff.  Complete performance review and evaluations to support professional growth and development.
  • Draft action plans and facilitate meeting with department heads to review project status and propose changes.
Durham Technical Community College Durham, NC Director, Gateway to College (GtC) 02/2012 to 06/2013
  • Graduated 33% of the Gateway to College students during first semester as Director.  
  • Researched and consulted with community support services and organizations to identify available resources and address student needs.
  • Deliver status reports to stakeholders (state and local) for budgeting and planning purposes.
  • Serve on academic and administrative committees that review and recommend policies.
  • Improved student educational plans by advising on course selection, progress plans and career decisions.
Durham Technical Community College Durham, NC Resource Specialist, Gateway to College 08/2011 to 02/2012
  • Proactively monitored student progress to assess and address personal and academic difficulties.
  • Maintained professional boundaries and confidentiality in relationships with students in emotionally charged situations.
  • Followed-up with outside mental health service providers to coordinate in-school support.
  • Operated with a lens of cultural proficiency, sensitivity, and equity to ensure students' needs were met.
Durham Technical Community College Durham, NC Developmental Mathematics Tutor 01/2011 to 08/2011
Wilson County Schools Wilson, NC Teacher 08/2007 to 06/2009
  • Developed and implemented End-of-Grade test preparation program increasing scores by 70%.
  • Maintained detailed procedural processes to improve accuracy and efficiency.
  • Developed interesting course plans to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students.
  • Coordinated with school personnel, parents and students to determine disciplinary actions for behavioral issues.
Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools Nashville, NC Assistant Principal 07/2005 to 06/2007
  • Decreased student suspension rates by 55%.
  • Implemented Positive Behavior Intervention Support program.
  • Re-structured school from junior high model to middle school model.
  • Implemented uniform student disciplinary infraction system.
  • Instructed teachers on classroom management, behavior and instructional strategies. 
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Education and Training
Ph.D: Clinical Psychology 2014 Pacifica Graduate Institute Carpinteria, Ca., U.S.A.

Summa Cum Laude

Masters: Literary Criticism and Theory 2004 California State University Fullerton, Ca., U.S.A.

Summa Cum Laude

Bachelor of Arts: Literature 1995 University of California Irvine, Ca., U.S.A.


Professional Summary

Licensed clinical psychologist, possessing in-depth knowledge of principles, methods and procedures for diagnosis and treatment. Extensively trained in the following modalities: psycho-dynamic, cognitive behavioral, client centered, and family systems.

Team-oriented with strong track record of establishing solid relationships with clients, co-workers, administration and local agencies.

Well versed community mental health practitioner with demonstrated track record of successfully working with diverse client populations (adults, adolescents, and children) in one-on-one and group settings.

Therapist skilled at motivating, communicating and advocating for clients dealing with severe trauma histories, mental health and emotional disorders. Extensive training in psychotherapy, art therapy, and play therapy.

Motivated, enthusiastic educator with over 15 years experience fostering cooperative, creative learning environments, for high school, college, and graduate level students.

Nonprofit founder and CEO, well versed in public speaking and advocacy work around the issue of mental health care for survivors of human trafficking.
 
Skill Highlights
  • Knowledge of and experience with Child Protective Services (CPS)
  • Suicide risk assessments
  • Superior communication skills
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  • Practiced in adult and child assessment batteries
  • Excellence in writing psychological assessment reports and case conceptualizations
  • Therapeutic expertise
  • Specialized training in grief counseling
  • Psychiatric population familiarity
  • Family therapy aptitude
  • Family therapy background
  • Solution-focused counseling
  • Clinical documentation mastery
  • Community resources specialist
  • Parenting skills educator
  • Suicide precautions expertise
  • Dual diagnosis expertise
  • Mood disorders specialist
  • Experienced in psychoanalytic psychotherapy
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience with creating curricula for psycho-ed classes and groups
  • Experienced public speaker
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  • Experience working with sex trafficking survivors, and survivors of severe trauma in impoverished, developing environments
  • Extremely hard working, detail oriented, passionate, and dedicated
  • Committed to perpetually learning and evolving, both professionally and personally
  • Experience creating and teaching curricula for high school and college level composition and literature students
Professional Experience
Adjunct Professor 12/2018 to Current Pacifica Graduate Institute Carpinteria, CA
Teach courses to doctoral and masters level students in the areas of: multicultural clinical issues and cultural diversity in psychology.
Prepare all reading lists, curricula, and assignments for doctoral and masters level students.
Create grading rubrics and tests.
Grade all student work.
Participate as a reader on doctoral dissertation committees.
Participate in faculty committees.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist, PSY30808 09/2014 to Current Paula Bruce, Ph.D. & Associates, A Psychological Corporation, Clinical & Forensic Psychology Beverly Hills, CA
  • works with children, adolescents and adults conducting individual, couples and family psychotherapy.
  • conducts psychological evaluations.
  • works with clients presenting with a wide range of concerns, including but not limited to: severe depression, anxiety, self esteem issues, PTSD, anger management issues, 1st generation cultural transition and identity issues, life transitions, career and personal growth, learning disabilities SED and LD designations, relationships and dating, marital issues, divorce, and work with the LGBTQ community.
  • particular expertise in working with trauma stemming from sexual and physical abuse.
Adjunct Faculty Member 08/2014 to Current Antioch University Santa Barbara, Ca.


Teach courses to doctoral and masters level students in the areas of: multicultural clinical issues and cultural diversity in psychology.


  • Prepare all reading lists, curricula, and assignments for doctoral and masters level students.
  • Create grading rubrics and tests.
  • Grade all student work.
  • Participate as a reader on doctoral dissertation committees.
  • Participate in faculty committees.
Intern Therapist 09/2010 to 03/2013 Families in New Directions Crenshaw, Ca.
  • Individual psychotherapy case load (10-12 clients per week): Children Adolescents Couples Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) cases Court mandated therapy Child Protective Services (CPS) cases Victims of Crime (VOC) cases Group therapy with adults: Leader of weekly "Anger Management" group, co-leader of weekly "Parenting" group, co-leader of "Depression/Anxiety" group.
  • Participation in weekly large group supervision case discussions and presentations Brief therapy with children and families Sand tray work with children Art therapy with children and adults Play therapy with children and adults Counseling and case management work with domestic abuse victims, rape survivors, adult and child survivors of sexual molestation, and severely mentally ill adults and children.
  • Treatment planning for counseling cases and creation of curricula for weekly groups. Familiarity and work within the scope of the following treatment modalities: Cognitive Behavioral, Client Centered, Psychodynamic, and Family Systems.
  • Administering psychological assessment batteries, and writing assessment reports for court.
Pre-Doctoral Psychology Practicum Trainee 09/2008 to 12/2009 Tarzana Treatment Centers, Dual Diagnosis Facility Tarzana, Ca.
  • Weekly completion of Addiction Severity Inventory (ASI) assessments, MMSEs, and projective assessments
  • Individual psychotherapy case load (3-4 patients per week)
  • Participation in weekly large group supervision case discussions and presentations
  • Co-leading weekly therapy groups: Stress Management group in the substance detox unit, Feelings Management group in outpatient services, Healthy Relationships group in outpatient services, Short-Term Process group in residential services

  • Weekly didactic trainings spanning the following topics: methamphetamine addiction, alcohol addiction, opioid addiction, psychiatric medications, Vivitrol and Suboxone treatment., psychotherapy with gay and transgendered clients, eating disorders, substance abuse and at-risk youth, therapeutic intervention with gang populations, psychotherapy with diverse populations, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and sexual abuse, mindfulness interventions in the treatment of PTSD..
Founder/CEO 07/2008 to Current Project Satori,Mental Health Care, Non-Profit Los Angeles, CA
  • Committed to facilitating psychological healing for sex trafficking survivors and their families, both domestic and international, with special focus in California and India
  • Responsibilities, Values, and Vision: Seek partnership with NGOs worldwide to help raise public awareness around the mental health needs of sex trafficking survivors, domestic and abroad.
  • Create educational materials that will address issues of gender violence, rape, and sexual exploitation from a psychotherapeutic perspective.
  • Create mental health/counseling facilities in diverse communities, based on localized, culture-specific mental health needs assessments.
  • Operate from a paradigm of values emphasizing indigenous ethics,; understand local healing practices, so that the interventions we offer and participate in embrace indigenous wisdom, and also integrate therapeutic practices that can be of greatest benefit to those seeking help for psychological trauma.
  • Facilitate psychological research and clinical training focused on providing mental health care for human trafficking survivors, domestically, and abroad.
  • www.projectsatori.org  
Educational Counselor and Teacher 01/2004 to 01/2008 Lighthouse Academy Torrance, Ca.
  • Teach high school and middle school English (Literature, Grammar, Composition, Creative Writing, Critical Thinking)
  • Educational counseling for students and their families.
  • Design curricula for middle school and high school programs, specifically for the following classes: Grammar, Composition, Critical Thinking, Vocabulary, and College Preparatory English Literature.
  • Organize and co-lead teacher training and professional development seminars.
Counselor and Case Manager 06/2003 to 06/2004 Bay Area Community Resources Mental Health Care Richmond, Ca.
  • Brief therapy with children and families
  • Sand tray work with children art therapy with children
  • Counseling and case management work with domestic abuse victims
  • Treatment planning
  • Group therapy with children and families
  • Investigation of/reporting of child abuse
  • Client referrals for outpatient treatment and community resource linkage (food/shelter assistance)
  • Behavioral de-escalation/management for troubled students
  • Teacher/student communications liaison
  • Weekly individual supervision
  • Weekly group supervision
  • Total Supervised Hours: 1800.
Intern College Teacher/Lecturer 04/2001 to 06/2002 Fullerton Junior College Fullerton, Ca.
  • Prepare lessons and curricula in the areas of English composition, creative writing, and gender theory.
  • Facilitate discussion about lecture material and encourage student participation.
  • Develop activities and assignments that help students develop capacities for critical thinking, written analysis and synthesis of information, as well as the construction and defense of argument.
  • Work with students to help them improve their ability to write clear and coherent essays that are mechanically and stylistically sound.
  • Help students realize the broader implications of literature, theory, and writing within the context of a pluralistic, multicultural worldview.
  • Help students rise to the performative challenge of university level examinations, presentations, research papers, and essays.
Intern College Teacher/Lecturer 09/2000 to 06/2001 Caifornia State University Fullerton, Ca.
  • Prepare lessons and curricula in the areas of postcolonial literature and theory, postmodern and modern literature and theory, English composition, creative writing, and gender theory.
  • Facilitate discussion about lecture material and encourage student participation.
  • Develop activities and assignments that help students develop capacities for critical thinking, written analysis and synthesis of information, as well as the construction and defense of argument.
  • Work with students to help them improve their ability to write clear and coherent essays that are mechanically and stylistically sound.
  • Help students realize the broader implications of literature, theory, and writing within the context of a pluralistic, multicultural worldview.
  • Help students rise to the performative challenge of university level examinations, presentations, research papers, and essays.

At Risk Teacher and Counselor 12/1996 to 05/2003 OCDE/ACCESS Program Costa Mesa, Ca.

William Lyon School, Orangewood: 1

Otto Fisher School, Juvenile Hall: 1

Albert Sitton School, Interim Care Facility: 1


  • High school, and middle School teacher, all subjects.
  • Crisis counseling with students as needed throughout school day
  • Substance abuse groups, behavioral intervention and de-escalation trainings (attended and taught)
  • Behavioral assessments and creation of individual behavioral contracts for students
  • Creation and maintenance of classroom token economies
  • Creation of original academic curricula (English, Poetry, Composition, Grammar)
  • Extensive experience doing individual modifications of curricula for IEPs
  • Behavioral management training per the "Boys Town" model
  • Collaborative work with court facilitated support services including: The VIP Program, TBS Student Support, and "Wrap Around" Support Services
  • SCT (Student Counseling Team) member, PTT (Psychiatric Treatment Team) member
  • Extensive knowledge of social services, probation, and county mental health procedures and policies as relevant to the care of "at-risk" youth (students with SED, ED, and LD diagnoses)
  • Long-term collaborative work and trainings with various agencies such as: The Orange County Probation Department, Orange County Department of Mental Health, and Orange County Social Services.
  • Extensive experience in the monitoring, counseling, and behavioral de-escalation of adolescents and youth.

In affiliation with OCDE (Orange County Department of Education) and ACCESS Programs, I attended seminars and and teacher trainings on the following topics:

  • Medication safety training
  • Behavioral intervention training for work with gang populations
  • substance abuse intervention and treatment
  • Victims of rape and domestic violence
  • Understanding cycles of violence
  • Recognizing sexual trauma in children
Accomplishments
  • ICP Psychology and Global Human Rights Special Committee, Member, since 2019. 
  • Project Satori, nonprofit organization committed to provided trauma care for women and children in developing countries, and survivors of sex trafficking, both domestic and abroad, Founder/CEO, since 2008.​
  • The Xrysalis Foundation, a non-profit community outreach and mental health organization, Board Member from 2008-2018.​
  • Orange County Business Journal, Business Woman of the Year Nominee, 2014.​
  • Member of the Los Angeles County Psychological Association, Diversity Committee.​
  • Member of the Inter-Agency Council on Child Abuse and Neglect (ICAN).​
  • Member of the (ICAN) Anti-Trafficking Taskforce work group, "Placement and Reintegration Services."​
  • STAR Behavioral Health national Tier 2 provider of psychological services for military service members and their families, specializing in combat trauma.
  • Acacia Literary Honor Society, California State University, Fullerton Chapter, Member 1.​
  • American Psychological Association, Member, since 2006.​
  • The C.G. Jung Society, Orange County, Ca. Chapter, Member, since 2006.​
  • Pre-Graduate Mentorship Fellow, University of California, Irvine, 1994.
  • The International Council of Psychologists, Member, since 2019.
  • 1st Annual Project Satori "Art Heals Art Auction," all proceeds used to provide mental healthcare services for survivors of human trafficking, Organizer, Keynote Speaker, 2018.
Languages

1. Spanish: speak, read, write, fluent.

2. Tamil: speak, write, fluent.

3. Hindi: speak, write, beginner.

Community Service

SanLaap, India, Nonprofit 2011-2012

Trauma Counselor


Volunteered as a trauma counselor and outreach assistant with sex trafficking survivors in Kolkata, India.


The House of Mercy, Non-Profit 1

Crisis Counselor/Case Manager

•Domestic violence counseling/intervention

•Rape crisis intervention counseling

•Substance abuse counseling

•Gang intervention groups

•Aide for food and job network

•Community liaison for the homeless (food and clothing drives)

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Skills
  • Patient/family focused
  • Patient evaluation/intervention
  • Problem resolution capability
  • Adept at prioritizing/managing deadlines
  • Symptom Management
  • Effective time management
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Relationship building
  • Personable and trustworthy
  • Patient and family advocacy
  • Patient triage
  • Documentation review
  • Medical record review
Work History
Administrative Assistant/Music Teacher, 01/2005 to 12/2009
Forest Hill Church Playschool Charlotte, NC
  • Taught an average of 120 children per school year.
  • Incorporated music into age-appropriate, developmental learning activities
  • Designed 3 performance shows each year
  • Created and implemented fund raising activities
  • Designed cirriculum for classes aged 18 months-4 years
Education
Bachelor of Science: Nursing, May 2014
Union University - Hendersonville, TN
Associate of Science: December 2012
Volunteer State Community College - Gallatin, TN
Magna Cum Laude
Certifications

  • BLS Healthcare Provider certified through American Heart Association
  • Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) through the Department of Homeland Security
Clinical Experience
Pediatrics Monroe Carell Children's Hospital April '14 - May '14 
Labor & Delivery Vanderbilt Medical Center April '14 - May '14
Community Health Portland Health Dept. and other various locations in middle Tennessee  Jan. '14 - April '14
ICU Hendersonville Medical Center Jan '14 - March '14
Adult Health Sumner Regional Medical Center August '14 - December '14
Mental Health Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital and other various locations in middle Tennessee August '14 - October '14
Foundations of Nursing  Sumner Regional Medical Center  June '14 - August ' 14
Leadership Centennial Cardiac Cath Lab Jan '14 - March '14
  • Collaborated with the Director of the Cardiac Cath Lab to assess the needs of the staff
  • Developed an in-service module on Conflict Resolution that helps identify conflict personalities and implementation of the SBI resolution tool. This included worksheets and powerpoint presentation. 
  • Delivered presentation to the unit staff members, educating them on the importance of teamwork and collaboration. 
Volunteerism
Mission Trip  Blackey, KY April 2014
  • Educated children grades K-8 on the importance of healthy diet and exercise using the "5-2-1-Almost none" program. 
  • Conducted educational health fair for the community members. 
Relay for Life Hendersonville, TN May 2013 Claremont, CA June 1996 and 1997
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Professional Summary

Banking professional successful at cross-selling bank products and services. Hardworking and outgoing team member versed in cash handling processes and management principles. Meticulously organized Bank Teller who is proficient in time management, while offering professional and courteous customer service.

Well-versed in handling a high volume of cash on a daily basis in financial  settings. Knowledgeable about managing financial transactions, preventing fraud and complying with various security acts and regulations.

Skills
  • Highly dependable.
  • Organized
  • Cash counting
  • Transaction processing
  • Customer-oriented
  • Multilingual
  • Positive
  • Self-sufficient
  • Practices due diligence
  • Financial analysis
  • Fast Leaner
  • High level of accuracy
  • Strategic Planning
Work History
Bank Teller, 09/2017 to Current
TD Bank Branford, CT


  • Audited fellow teller currency to contribute to dual-control procedures.
  • Built and strengthened customer relationships by leveraging excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Answered telephone inquiries on banking products including checking, savings, loans and lines of credit.
  • Processed exchange and foreign currency.
  • Maintained friendly and professional customer interactions.
  • Exceeded quarterly sales goals by 125%.
  • Organized, stocked and maintained the teller window area.
  • Continued education on current banking products and services through  computer based learning modules.
  • Provide great customer service by offering the best product in need of the customer.
Merchandiser, 11/2015 to 08/2018
American Greetings New Haven, CT


  • Answered customer questions regarding store merchandise, department information and pricing.
  • Assembled promotional displays, including quarter and full-size point of purchase displays.
  • Ensured products appeared at correct locations in correct quantities.
  • Organized store merchandise racks by size, style and color.
  • Established strong vendor relationships to maintain and support the business.
Cashier Customer Service, 10/2015 to 12/2017
Kohls Branford, CT


  • Processed customer transactions, including quotes and returns.
  • Assisted with physical inventory by counting and recording material.
  • Responded to inquiries pertaining to merchandise availability and pricing.
  • Handled and processed cash and credit card transactions.
  • Responded to all customer inquiries thoroughly and professionally.
  • Mentored new sales associates to contribute to the store's positive culture.
  • Assisted customers with selecting and customizing available items based on individual requirements.
Teacher, 02/2005 to 01/2006
Guru Nanak Girls School Amritsar(india)


  • Planned and led activities to develop students' physical, emotional and social growth.
  • Taught an average of 30 students per class.
  • Planned and led activities to develop students' physical, emotional and social growth.
  • Assisted in preparing reports and paperwork for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Identified warning signs of emotional or developmental problems and reported to parents.
  • Maintained head count and attendance sheets.
  • Assigned homework assignments and quizzes and wrote corresponding keys.
  • Tailored lesson plans for students with emotional and cognitive disabilities.
Teacher, 01/2004 to 01/2005
Army School Amritsar Cantt


  • Met with parents to resolve conflicting educational priorities and issues.
  • Organized grade records to increase reference speed.
  • Assisted in developing student-led after school tutoring program to teach under-privileged students.
  • Successfully improved student participation in the classroom through integration of creative role-plying exercises.
  • Maintained head count and attendance sheets.
  • Reported on student progress, behavior and social skills to parents.
Elementary Teacher, 01/2003 to 01/2004
Cantt Board Elementary School Amritsar Cantt


  • Planned and led activities to develop students' physical, emotional and social growth.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition.
  • Tailored lesson plans for students with emotional and cognitive disabilities.
  • Assisted in preparing reports and paperwork for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Kept classrooms clean by sterilizing and disinfecting toys and surfaces.
  • Implemented reading and writing workshops to increase student literacy and support school reading programs.
Education
Bachelor of Arts: humanities, 1999
Khalsa College For Women - Amritsar(INDIA)
Master of Arts: English Literature, 2001
Khalsa College - Amritsar(INDIA)
Bachelor of Arts: Education, 2002
Ashoka College Of Education - Jammu(INDIA)