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Knowledgeable and professional recent graduate with a Master's in Modeling and Simulation seeks an entry-level opportunity in the simulation or video game design field as a technician or design assistant.  Certified in Instructional Design.
  • Personable 
  • Creative Problem Solver
  • Courteous demeanor
  • Reliable team player
  • Strong Research skills
  • Tech-savvy  
  • Organizational skills
  • Detail-oriented
  • Excellent Communication skills
  • Self-Starter
Student Research Intern May 2016 to Dec 2016
UCF Institute for Simulation and Training Orlando, FL
  • Researched/provided information related to the Modeling and Simulation sector for department's project on the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA).
  • Created Microsoft Word and PowerPoint presentations on Blended Learning, Khan's Octagonal Framework, and Gaming & Simulation for educational purposes.
Exhibits Designer (Volunteer) Oct 2013 to Dec 2013
Orange County Regional History Center Orlando, FL
  • Researched the history of the early space program, including details, images, and videos related to the early history of manned and unmanned space missions.
  • Researched a space capsule exhibit and added information about Alan Shepard.
  • Analyzed biographies of original astronauts of the Mercury Space Program.
Exhibit Research Assistant Intern Jun 2012 to Aug 2012
Orlando Science Center Orlando, FL
  • Researched scientific concepts, facts and images for educational purposes.
  • Created reference books for volunteers to use in explaining exhibits to visitors.
Assistant Curriculum Coordinator Intern May 2011 to Aug 2011
Orange County Regional History Center Orlando, FL
  • Created curriculum for weeklong day camp for children, kindergarten to grade 5.
  • Researched ideas/prepared educational materials on the history of circus acts.
  • Developed a PowerPoint presentation about to circus for children.
  • Assisted with educational activities/monitored children's safety during camp.
Tech Services Intern May 2010 to Aug 2010
Rollins College Winter Park, FL
  • Cataloged records of books into an online database.
  • Processed and labeled existing and newly purchased materials.
  • Researched and organized texts using electronic systems and database resources.
  • Created an exhibit on contemporary artists for display in the library lobby.
Master of Science, Modeling & Simulation 2017 University of Central Florida Orlando, FL Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design for Simulations.
Religious Studies 2013 Rollins College Winter Park, FL
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Professional Summary
Experienced educational leader dedicated to implementation of best practices in early childhood programs focusing on student achievement and ongoing professional growth and development of instructional team.
  • Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education with an Illinois Teaching license with a Type 04 certification and an approval in Special Education
  • Knowledge of Creative Curriculum Preschool and Infant Toddler Edition, Teaching Strategies GOLD
  • Illinois Gateways Registry Trainer
  • Illinois Director Credential Level II
  • ECE Credential Level 5
  • CDA Professional Development Specialist
Work History
Curriculum Coordinator, 10/2013 to Current
Children's Developmental Institute 7037 South Stony Island Chicago, IL
  • Collaborate with Preschool Program Director
  • Assist Director in hiring staff, scheduling, evaluating and providing in-service education for preschool program teaching staff
  • Design, develop and implement specialized curriculums to meet the varying needs of preschoolers
  • Ensure each planned lesson is developmentally correct and age-specific
  • Coordinate parent-teacher conferences 4 times during the school year
  • Organize special events such as parent education days, picnics, fests and graduations
  • Plan and implement school activities, both indoor and outdoor to assist students in meeting their extracurricular needs
  • Fill in as lead teacher in the event of absenteeism and ensure that preschoolers follow class direction
  • Hold team and individual meetings with staff who work with toddlers through Kindergarten students

Director, 08/2009 to 10/2013
Children's Developmental Institute 10928 South Halsted Chicago, IL
  • Managed day to day operation of a state-licensed preschool program with an enrollment of 90 children from culturally diverse backgrounds
  • Hired and retained a staff of more than 15 highly qualified teachers and assistants
  • Assigned tasks, lead staff meetings and organized special events for the children and their families
  • Provided orientation and training for new staff regarding the operational procedures and policies of the program
  • Maintained a positive environment and daily interactions with children, families, and visitor
  • Provided support and training in developmentally appropriate practices to staff in the areas of classroom management and guidance, curriculum, parent-school relations and child development
  • Organized and implemented a play-based curriculum which emphasized attention to individual interests, needs and the developmental level for children ages 2-5 years old
  • Developed and implemented public relations strategies and marketing to ensure growth and success of preschool
  • Established community partnerships
Preschool for All 04 Certified Teacher, 08/2007 to 08/2009
Children's Developmental Institute 7037 South Stony Island Chicago, IL
  • Planned activities that would stimulate growth in language, social and motor skills
  • Facilitated regular parent/guardian communication and conferences to discuss orientation, transitions, and developmental goals
  • Conducted developmental screenings, weekly child observations and regular assessments
  • Used observations and assessment information for lesson planning
  • Supervised other classroom teachers
Master of Arts: Early Childhood Education, Roosevelt University - Chicago, IL

Bachelor of Arts: Liberal Education, Columbia College Chicago - Chicago, IL
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Professional Summary
Successful educator and senior education administrator with broad scope public and private education leadership and instructional experience encompassing curriculum development, individualized instruction, and caseload management. Foster a positive environment by helping others to discover and articulate their goals. Strong leadership skills and problem-solving strategies.
  • Strategic planning
  • Education administration  
  • Curriculum development
  • Teacher coaching
  • Team collaboration  
  • Cultural sensitivity

  • Natural
  • Provided academic leadership and training to support all academic programs and student success.
  • Prioritized expenditures through formal processes of shared governance and retained 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio with limited budget. 
Relevant Professional Experience
Wheaton College (MA) July 2015 to Current Chair of the Department of English
Norton, MA
  • Liaise for the English Department and the Office of the Provost.
  • Administer budgets and forecasts for department, while ensuring compliance with curriculum objectives and deadlines.
  • Facilitate ongoing program review and continuous improvement efforts.
  • Mediate disputes and revise policies to reduce frequency of interpersonal conflict.
  • Mentor junior colleagues in the department toward professional development and personal growth.
Wheaton College (MA) July 2013 to July 2015 Coordinator of the Creative Writing Program
Norton, MA
  • Demonstrate effective leadership in planning, staffing, devising curriculum, hiring and training new faculty members, recruiting students, and advocating program needs to the college administration.
  • Function as strong, positive presence in the campus and local communities by opening reading, performance, and lecture series to the public, and marketing of these open events.
Wheaton College (MA) July 2007 to Current Associate Professor of English
Norton, MA
  • Develop and implement creative lesson plans to reach a diverse student audience.
  • Foster a positive learning environment by developing curriculum and instructional support that target and engage all students in their academic experience. 
  • Emphasize the importance of academic honesty and proper citation of research sources, key behaviors governing the community.
Wheaton College (MA) July 2007 to July 2008 Curriculum Coordinator
Norton, MA
  • Oversaw faculty committee charged with driving the institution-wide diversity initiative.
  • Strengthened goals and learning outcomes for curricula diversity.
  • Advised the provost on faculty development in areas of diversity and inclusion.
Wheaton College (MA) July 2005 to July 2006 Interim Coordinator of the Africana Studies Program
Norton, MA
Wheaton College (MA) July 2000 to July 2007 Assistant Professor of English
Norton, MA
University of Houston, University Park August 1999 to May 2000 Postdoctoral Fellow in American Studies
Houston, TX
University of Houston, University Park August 1994 to May 1999 Graduate Teaching Assistant
Houston, TX
Aldine Independent School District August 1989 to May 1994 Teacher, Grade 1
Houston, TX
St. Martin Parish School Board August 1987 to May 1989 Teacher, Grades 6-8
St. Martinville, LA
Allen Parish School Board September 1984 to May 1987 Teacher, Grades 3-4
Oberlin, LA
University of Houston, University Park Ph.D.: English/Creative Writing and Literature Houston, TX, USA
University of Houston, University Park Master of Arts: English/Creative Writing and Literature Houston, TX, USA
University of Louisiana at Lafayette Master of Science: Education Lafayette, LA, USA
University of Louisiana at Lafayette Bachelor of Science: Child and Family Studies, formerly Home Economics Lafayette, LA, USA Minor in Sociology
Professional Development
  • Council on International Educational Exchange, International Faculty Development Seminar: “Contemporary Senegal Through Literature and Arts,” Dakar, Senegal, June 8 - 18, 2011.
  • Council on International Educational Exchange, International Faculty Development Seminar: “Building a Multiracial, Multicultural Society in South Africa,” Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa, June 1 – 11, 2008. 
  • Teaching Certification - Louisiana, Texas,