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Professional Profile

Athletic Coach with Recreation Leader and Coordinator experience, possesing exceptional people skills. Versed in coaching youth of all ages and coordinating youth programs. Desires a challenging role as an Athletic Program Coordinator for Coach Development.

  • CPR and First Aid certified
  • Strength coaching
  • Sports Knowledgeable
  • Computer proficient
  • Detail-Oriented
  • Efficient multi-tasking
  • Self-motivated
  • Energetic personality
  • Dedicated
  • Personable and friendly
  • Results-oriented
  • Seasoned in conflict resolution
Relevant Experience

Coach of the Year at Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco in 2007, 2008, and 2010. Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco Employee of the Year in 2009. Created and implemented daily workshops for inner-city teens. Helped more than 50 students reach their educational goals. Facilitated small reading and writing groups, career launch and money management groups and SAT/ACT Prep Groups for grades 9 through 12. Designed weekly lesson plans focused on age and level-appropriate material.

Athletic Coach 11/2013 to Current Jewish Community Center San Francisco, CA

Recruit and meet with prospective student-athletes to discuss their experience and goals. Created and run up-to-date and relevant drills. Train student-athletes during the off-season. Monitor the academic performance of student-athletes in addition to their athletic progress. Help develop each participant's physical and psychological fitness. Motivated and encouraged student athletes to do their best during practices and games.

Recreation Leader 09/2011 to Current San Francisco Park and Recreation San Francisco, CA

Successfully maintained database for daily correspondence tracking of program attendance. Officiate basketball league games. Communicate effectively with parents, children, coaches, and fellow staff members. Adhered strictly to rules and regulations of the activities department and the district. Motivated and encouraged student athletes to do their best during practices and games. Fostered a culture of good sportsmanship, cooperation and responsibility.

Assistant Athletic Coordinator 05/2011 to 09/2011 Bayview YMCA San Francisco, CA

Effectively organized and ran weekly basketball clinics and relevant drills. Recruited and met with prospective student-athletes to discuss their experience and goals. Trained student-athletes during the off-season. Monitored the academic performance of student-athletes in addition to their athletic progress. Coordinated scheduling, field and facility use with the activity offices. Established and followed through with penalties for breaches of sportsmanship standards. Helped develop each participant's physical and psychological fitness. Communicated effectively with parents and coaches, including organizing and leading meetings. Adhered strictly to rules and regulations of the activities department and the programs. Fostered a culture of good sportsmanship, cooperation and responsibility. Motivated and encouraged student athletes to do their best during practices and games.

Teen Coordinator/Health and Fitness Coordinator 03/2009 to 04/2011 Boys and Girls Club San Francisco, CA

Recruited and met with prospective high school students to discuss their experience and goals. 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 discussions to help students develop their critical thinking abilities. Kept abreast of developments in the field by reading current literature and attending professional conferences. Maintained thorough records of student attendance and grades. Maintained regularly-scheduled office hours to advise and assist students. Counseled students in regard to educational and professional goals. Mentored students regarding money and leadership in the community. Communicated effectively with parents, children and teachers including organizing and leading meetings. Conducted crisis counseling sessions. Administered discipline appropriately and set limits for behavior. Built positive rapport with law enforcement officers, court officials and community service agencies. Communicated with local agencies, schools, churches, courts and employers regarding student involvement and attendance in programs. Acted as a role model for students by exhibiting positive behaviors. Conferred with parents and guardians, teachers and administrators to resolve students' behavioral and academic problems.

Associate of Arts: Psychology 2010 City College of San Francisco San Francisco, CA

Psychology and Sociology coursework

High School Diploma: General Studies 2004 Raoul Wallenberg SanFrancisco, CA
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Professional Summary
Exceptional leader talented at communication, leading by example and passion for prosperity. Technically-savvy with outstanding relationship building, training and presentation skills. Motivated Athletic Coach with solid experience managing all levels of large scale projects, including budgeting and administration.
  • Team leadership
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Risk management processes and analysis
  • Self-motivated
  • Budgeting and finance
  • Project management
  • Extremely organized
  • Staff development
Work History
Trinity School of Durham Director Athletics/Coach//Durham, NC//September 2016 to June 2017 - JV/Varsity Men Basketball Assistant Coach
- Middle School Basketball Assistant : supervised all middle school teams and filled in as head coach when needed. 
- Assisted both middle and high school Athletic Director to ensure the athletic department continuously prospered. 
- Track&Field High School Coach
Covenant Day School Assistant Director Intern/ Football Coach//Matthews, NC//May 2017 to January 2018 - Assistant Athletic Director Summer internship(500+ hours non-paid): assisted the athletic director in interview process, 2017 school year budget, planning for game day operations, equipment and uniform inventory.  Supervised any open gym.
- Middle School Football: Defensive Coordinator(LB's&DB's)- called plays for the defense, implemented new plays and schemes for each opponent.
- High School Football: Associate Defensive Coordinator(LB's&DB's)- called the plays to the captain the field, made defense adjustments, managed player rotation.
Albemarle Road Recreation Center Recreation Assistant/ Athletic Coach//Mint Hill, NC//June 2017 to March 2018 - Flag Football Head Coach: 8u 
- Womens Basketball Head Coach: 12u
- Recreation Assistant: coordinate and supervise all programs, events  and athletic game day operations. Host agility camps, mentor programs, and fitness sessions. 
Northeast Middle School P.E Instructor/ Teacher Assistant//Charlotte, NC//January 2018 to Current - Teacher Assistant: assist in English and Math to ensure each student is able to progress throughout the year and pass the end of year test.
- P.E Teacher: Provide students with the correct health tips and information to help them in future reference with living a healthy lifestyle.  Implement fun and excessing activities so everyone can be active and reach their untapped potential.
- Track&Field Coach
- Men Basketball Assistant Coach
- Assist the Athletic Director(volunteer) in any needs.
Bachelor of Science - Physical Education/ Sports Management/ Coach North Carolina Central University// Durham, NC//2017
High School Diploma - Independence High// Charlotte, NC//2012
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Professional Summary
Focused, detail-oriented; well-versed in identifying potential risks and using common sense in high-stress situations. Strong critical thinking capabilities, paired with excellent physical ability.
  • Military experience 
  • Weapons training
  • First Aid training
  • Physically fit
  • Surveillance 
  • Reconnaissance training
  • Leadership abilities
  • Conflict mitigation
  • Crisis intervention training
  • Risk analysis training
Work History
05/2010 to 10/2013
Athletic Coach The Ultimate Goal Marcellus, NY
Monitored and taught athletic skills to children of all ages
04/2011 to 10/2013
Kitchen Staff Boom Boom Mex Mex Marcellus, NY
Prepared food, washed dishes, stocked incoming supplies. 
04/2014 to Current
Technician ServPro Solvay, NY
Water and Fire Restoration (Manual Labor)
High School Diploma:
West Genesee Senior High School - Camillus, NY
Bachelor of Arts: Criminal Justice & Homeland Security
Cazenovia College - Cazenovia, NY
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Executive Profile
Motivated School Psychologist with extensive knowledge of the education system and psycho-educational assessment and individualized service standards. Exceptional communicator with advanced evaluative skills. Versed in collaborating with teachers, students, and parents to best meet each individual student's unique needs. Attentive to the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs of each student. 
Licensed School Psychologist- California Teacher Credential
Certified Professional Life Coach- Specializing in ADD/ ADHD Coaching, Transitional Ages Coaching, and Relationship Coaching
Licensed School Psychologist- Colorado Department of Education
Licensed School Counselor- Colorado Department of Education
Non-Public School Administrator- Department of Education: SELPA
Member of American Psychological Association since 2005
Skill Highlights
  • Social Emotional Learning 
  • IEP Development, Progress Monitoring, 504 Plans
  • California Educational Code, IDEA, and additional Special Education, and Education Laws
  • Cognitive Assessment, Social Emotional Assessment, Hearing/ Visual/ Motor Processing Evaluation, Adaptive Behavior Assessment
  • Executive Functioning Evaluation, and Intervention 
  • Intervention strategies and supports for multiple disabilities that affect student learning
  • Functional Behavioral Analysis
  • Substance use prevention, and recovery therapies/ interventions
  • Educational system support
  • Team development, staff development and supervision
  • Crisis prevention intervention
  • Parent-child conflict resolution
  • Policy development that meets multiple regulatory agency expectations
  • Student advocacy
  • District plan collaboration, and support
  • Internal/ external resource developer
  • Juvenile justice system collaboration
  • Clinical research
  • Development of academic settings for students with special intellectual, physical, behavioral, emotional, and social needs
  • Academic transition and developmental stage transition support
  • Risk and threat assessments
  • Quality assurance
  • Suicide prevention and anti-bullying system development
  • Behavioral intervention, and management
  • Diverse student population needs
Core Accomplishments
Education System Development: 
  • Developed Non-Public Post Secondary School for students with severe special needs from observed need to successful school.
  • Identified and qualified a gap in educational services, gathered data, completed proposal and grant requests, and licensed school through Department of Education, Community Care Licensing, developed location, site clearances, educators, and operational details (operations, curriculum, funding, operation budget, admissions procedures, etc.)
At Risk Youth Services:
  • Developed Substance Abuse Recovery Group for youth identified by educational or judicial system. 
  • Provide pro-bono academic counseling, self-confidence development, anti-bullying, and transitions.
  • Provide coaching services-ADD/ ADHD, relationship, educational, professional.
  • Long standing volunteer youth athletic coach in sports basketball, volleyball and track & field.
  • Committee member of Area Board 9, advocating for students with developmental disabilities.
  • Member of Executive, Administrative, Operational Teams and Think Tanks Represented organization in community/ public settings, created visibility of organization's mission, foundation, goals, quality.
  • Supervised administrative level team throughout 6 regional areas and 12 different program services in implementation of policy & procedure, budget monitoring, regional growth/ increased revenue, assuring quality of services, employee hiring, retention, discipline/ recognition, problem resolution, crisis related response and intervention.
  • Developed training curriculum, increased employee satisfaction and retention by 15% 
  • Instituted 'Standards of Care', objectified employee new hire and continuing education training programs requirement, performance expectation, and objective data collection of progress toward individual and organizational goals.
  • Conducted research leading to development of a person centered approach in all areas of service, training modules utilizing foundation of organization's mission.
  • Repaired relations with regulatory agencies, families, clientele within one year of hire by consistently meeting regulatory expectations and agency recommendations of best practices.
Professional Experience
School Psychologist- Blair Middle School & Blair High School May 2016 to Current
Pasadena Unified School District Pasadena, CA Comply with federal, state and local regulations including civil rights legislation relating to special education including assessment and program eligibility. Evaluate the needs of average, gifted, disabled and maladjusted children in an educational setting; perform comprehensive psycho-educational assessments to determine appropriate programs and instructional processes to enable students to achieve maximum achievement and adjustment. Assist students in understanding and seeking solutions to social, emotional or academic problems and issues. Serve as a resource pertaining to student behavior management and learning strategies, and welfare and attendance problems and concerns. Performs all duties identified in previously held School Psychologist positions.
School Psychologist- Overland High School Oct 2015 to May 2016
Cherry Creek School District Aurora, CO Administered cognitive, psychological, social, and behavioral formal assessment measures to identify needs of individual students. Led Individualized Educational Plan evaluations. Identified and assessed the learning, development, and adjustment characteristics, as well as environmental factors that affected learning and adjustment. Used assessment data about the student and his/ her environment(s) to develop appropriate and effective academic and mental health interventions. Provided interventions to the students to support the teaching process and to maximize learning and adjustment. Provided consultation to students, parents, other personnel, and community agencies to enhance learning and adjustment of students. Assisted in the planning, development, and evaluation of programs to meet identified learning and adjustment needs. Delivered a planned and coordinated program of psychological services, and observed relevant laws and procedures that govern the practice. Participated in professional organizations and continually sought to improve professional knowledge and skill. Communicated effectively with school, students, and staff. Assured that programs were available to address all cultural, economic, educational, and other needs of the Overland High School student population, which is one of the most diverse schools in Colorado.
School Psychologist Jul 2015 to Oct 2015
STRIVE Prep Schools Denver, CO Perform all School Psychologist duties necessary to support Social and Emotional Learning needs at STRIVE Prep Sunnyside Middle School; meeting CDE and DPS regulations and expectations of the School Psychologist role in education and student support. Conducted all cognitive or other intellectual assessment, supported IEP development and evaluation, lead Multi-level Tiered Support Services by providing mental health services to both general education and special education students. Provided evidence based therapeutic interventions in both individual and group services. Developed anti-bullying and substance use prevention campaigns, and lead training of social emotional learning content for teachers and administration. Provided crisis intervention, performed threat assessments, suicide risk reviews and monitored truancy data; filing truancy when necessary. Acted as a liaison for the district and the school in regards to mental health and social emotional needs and other state or county agencies as they related to individual student support and needs.
Children's Crisis Response Team Clinician Aug 2011 to Nov 2012
Casa Pacifica- CLINICAL INTERNSHIP Camarillo, CA Responded to calls to children's crisis response hotline. Provided immediate crisis intervention, assessment of stability and need for hospitalization, or follow up intensive therapeutic services. Performed psychological testing via assessment battery and reported data. Wrote formal psychological assessment reports, including testing results data and diagnostics. Provided intensive therapeutic services in various environments. Assisted child/ family in attaining long term services. Developed teen recovery group, reported data to grant funding source and wrote comprehensive reports analyzing effectiveness of various approaches. Participated in individual and group clinical supervision. Provided presentations on topics relevant to working with at risk youth, case conceptualizations and forums for diagnostic specific therapeutic approach recommendations.
Director of Operational and Support Services Sep 2009 to Nov 2014
People Creating Success, Inc. Ventura, CA Developed appropriate policies for the identification of medically-related, social and emotional needs of clients. Trained and supervised multi-disciplinary teams in multiple topics relevant to the care of developmentally disabled individuals and medically fragile individuals receiving residential, educational and vocational services. Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving ability by addressing barriers to providing the highest quality care and developing initiatives to address barriers strategically. Carefully reviewed medical records for accuracy and completion as required by regulatory agencies. Reviewed study findings and recommended options for project restructuring, funding opportunities and reducing current costs. Served as a member of Area Board 9 for students with special needs and Ventura County Transitions Committee for developmentally disabled youth in transition into adult services. Collaborated with community leaders, organizations and public agencies to promote the organization's service programs. Monitored program budgets and costs to verify expenses were within budget limitations. Identified maintenance and safety issues at program facilities and coordinated repairs. Wrote an average of 4 comprehensive reports and presentations each month. Recruited, trained and supervised 3 new administrative level staff members each year. Gathered and analyzed data on community needs and interests. Estimated and justified financial, staffing, facilities and equipment costs based on project needs and available resources. Performed research on region specific needs, meet with officials proposing development, outlined structure of developments, oversaw all processes of growth. Developed 2 new service areas to diversify revenue sources. Expanded organization into 3 new regions in Central and Southern California. Revised and strengthened organizations operations to accommodate its rapid growth.
Ph.D., Clinical and Counseling Psychology 2015 Pacifica Graduate Institute Carpenteria, CA, USA 3.9 GPA
Master of Science, Clinical Psychology 2006 California Lutheran University Thousand Oaks, CA, USA
Academic Emphasis in Child and Adolescent Psychology
3.9 GPA
Bachelor of Science, Psychology 2004 California Lutheran University Thousand Oaks, CA, USA
Emphasis in Criminal Behavior and Law 
3.9 GPA