Energetic and experienced worker with a flexible and extroverted personality. Over eight years of childcare experience, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Musical Theatre, and a variety of other jobs have taught invaluable lessons in time management, responsibility, creative problem solving, and a hunger for learning.
Served as Vice President of Auburn University's AU Players Organization.
Used Theatre as a therapy tool for children with Autism and Asperger Syndrome.
Involved community member and advocate for the arts in society.
Maintained a 3.8 GPA at Auburn University while also starring in 10 Mainstage Auburn University Theatre productions, and serving as a member of multiple societies and organizations.
Cultivated a broad world view and appreciation of cultures through travel in Ireland, England, Canada, and Peru.
As an event florist, my job at Lillie's was a fast paced and high pressure position. Deadlines were not negotiable and quality was never sacrificed because of time or mistakes. My tasks included creating floral arrangements, dealing with customers and panicked brides, transporting the delicate arrangements to venues, making appointments, and event set up/breakdown.
My position as a camp counselor at Hidden Valley included managing and caring for up to 14 young girls between the ages of 12-15, teaching a variety of arts classes, as well as lifeguarding at the waterfront. We spent 3 weeks in training learning about problem solving and the importance of communication and empathy with our campers. This job was a 24/7 responsibility with little off time, so there was no room to "check out" or not give 100% of your energy at all times. This job also strengthened my skills to work with others, manage large groups of people, and to maintain a good attitude even when I may feel fatigued.
A theatre degree teaches a student so much more than how to act. During my training in the Theatre Department, I learned how to think critically, solve problems calmly and efficiently, respect a deadline, and go into any situation without fear of failure. Theatre is also a collaborative art form, so I understand the importance of teamwork. In the theatre, everyone is counting on the other person to make something work, and in turn, you feel the responsibility of the people counting on you. The theatre is also a live art form, so improvisation is vital. You have to be prepared to think on your toes and fix an immediate problem if something should go wrong. Roadblocks are not frustrations for me, but a learning experience in how to think creatively and calmly. This degree also built up my work ethic. There were days where I would be in class from 8 am to 5 pm and then in strenuous rehearsals from 6-11pm. There were no excuses for any slacking in either class or the production, so time management and a general "can-do" attitude were a must.
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