Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, 1997 Courses Real Estate Financing for Multi-Unit Buildings, 2002 Financial Management, 1998 Introduction to Real Estate Financing, 1998 Construction Management, December 1997 Single Family Home Ownership Purchase Finance, November 1997 Comprehensive Property Management, 1996.
Exceptional leader talented at [Skills set 1], [Skill set 2] and [Skill set 3]. Technically-savvy with outstanding relationship building, training and presentation skills. Motivated [Job Title] with solid experience managing all levels of large scale projects, including budgeting and administration. Client-focused Sales Representative with 8+ years of providing solutions to customers. Solid understanding of the [ systems and program areas]. Experienced [job title] professional with strong leadership and relationship-building skills.
Budgeting and finance
Strong verbal communication
Attorney02/2002 to Current Christina Northern, Esq – Silver Spring, MD
Salary: $85,000/year Manage a small general practice, civil and business matters, advocating for clients Handle settlement and title preparation matters.
Litigation, preparation of all pleadings necessary in cases, research and client service.
Contract review and preparation for clients in areas real estate, general business matters Counsel clients on legal aspects of their cases 80% success rate in winning cases Responsible for marketing the practice and meeting with other attorneys on various issues Rent Administrator for the District of Columbia.
Rent Administrator11/1999 to 02/2002 DC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs – Washington, DC
Worked directly with [departments, clients, management] to achieve [result].
Researched and updated all required materials needed for firm and partners.
Analyzed departmental documents for appropriate distribution and filing.
Obtained documents, clearances, certificates and approvals from local, state and federal agencies.
Vice President and TReasurer10/2016 New Columbia Community Land Trust – Washington, DC
Board Member of New Columbia Community Land Trust (NCCLT) a nonprofit housing development and education organization serving low and moderate income residents in the Shaw neighborhood of the Washington, D.C.
Current Vice President Current Treasurer Contract review and preparation on various matters Lobbied City Council for changes on various housing issues Advocated the D.C.
City Council and various Federal Government Representatives and agencies for various changes in public policy Collaborated with other nonprofit housing developers to achieve affordable housing Maintained working relationships with City leaders and Federal legislators Read and review loan agreements, ground leases, and inter-creditor agreements for construction loans and permanent financing settlements.
Read and review settlement documents with the President and the Executive Director.
Provide assistance in Real Estate Transactions for the President and Executive Director.
Prepare and present testimony at City Council meetings and hearings before DC Department of Housing and Community Development.
Plan and implement fundraising activities for the organization Drafted explanatory documents of the ground lease for better leaseholder understanding.
New Columbia Community Land Trust Board Member
American Friends of the London School of Economics Member, Washington Chapter
J.D.: General Law1981University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law-
Emphasis on Labor law
Bachelor of Arts: Political Science and Sociology1978Washington University in St. Louis-