CV, UK based International Relations Graduate seeks worldwide

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 15082

Skills keywords: administration, customer service, international relations, microsoft word
Short Bio:

During my time as an Office Manager on Capitol Hill, I have demonstrated a consistently strong work ethic, great communication skills, strong leadership skills, and a creative and effective approach to tasks and projects. Working as a team member and directly under a member of Congress for two years has given me a platform to cultivate as a leader. I will bring strong administrative skills as well as a positive and enthusiastic attitude to your organization/office.

Current location: England, United Kingdom - View on map
Nationality: American
Preferred Sector of Employment:  Admin and Clerical, Travel and Tourism
Spoken languages: english
Location I am interested in working: United Kingdom

Education And Qualifications
MA Candidate (2014)
Field: International Studies & Diplomacy
School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London

Major: Child Psychology (2010)
Minor: African American Studies
University of Minnesota-TC Bachelor’s Degree

International Studies Morocco (Fall of 2009 for 3.5 months)
Studied Moroccan culture, Arabic (Intensive courses; equivalent of 2 years proficiency), and International Affairs.

Roseville Area High School Diploma (2006 )

Office Manager (January 2012-August 2013)
United States House of Representatives (Office of Rep. Donna Edwards MD-04)
• Coordinating interns

• Providing constituent aid services

• Arranging congressional tours

• Staffing the Congresswoman

• Logging constituent concerns into database (Intranet Quorum or IQ)

• Scheduling rooms for events

• Providing staff support

Interned for Congresswoman Donna Edwards’ Capitol Hill office, Running Start Star Fellowship (September-December 2011)

Research Assistant (2010-2011)
National Children’s Study-National Institute of Health (NIH)
• Interviewed children & parents within the homeless shelter system

• Entered data into the NIH study

• Accompanying Dr. Masten to faculty meetings and conferences where we would present the data we collected

Research Assistant  (2009-2010)
Professor, Dr. Ann Masten, Mary’s Place Homeless Shelter
• Administered Q&A’s with children and parents

• Collected data on resiliency patterns of children

• Helped enter data for Dr. Ann Masten

Assistant Teacher (Daycare) (2009-2011)
Minneapolis Public Schools
• Working with infants (from toddlers and preschool aged children)

• Aiding and facilitating progressive child development skills

• presenting data (progress and limitations) to faculty in the greater Minneapolis Public School system

Research Assistant (2007-2010)
Professor, Dr. Ann Masten People Serving People Homeless Shelter
• Drafting consent forms for parents as prerequisites to participation in study

• Administering and creating Q&A’s for children and parents within the study

• Helped enter data for Dr. Ann Masten

• Aided in presenting data to faculty

Admissions Tele-counselor (2007-2010)
University of Minnesota Admissions
• Coordinating calls to prospective students from within the country and abroad

• Answering any queries of prospective students and parents

• Facilitating and coordination group tours of the University of Minnesota campus for prospective students and their parents

Volunteer/Community Service Work (August 2014-Present)
Africa Advocacy Foundation
• Working closely with AAF admin within and throughout the community

• Speaking to young women (High School age) about FGM and training them to be champions in their communities

• Aiding and helping facilitate group meetings with women that have gone through FGM