I am able to (1) coordinate multiple projects and meet or exceed project deadlines; (2) work with people with diverse backgrounds and experiences to accomplish common goals; (3) work effectively in high pressure, fast paced environments; (4) quickly learn new skills and adapt to changing environments, shifts in priorities, and new assignments; and (5) analyze, summarize, and communicate extensive and complex information clearly and concisely. During my 13 years with the U.S. Department of Education, I served as project lead on several complex, high profile projects including audits of Career and Technical Education, Race to the Top, and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 programs. Before joining the U.S. Department of Education, I worked in the education field and held various supervisory positions.
U.S. Department of Education Training Courses - Employee Engagement Crisis, completed May 2016; Crucial Conversations, completed February 2016; Supervising Telework Employees, completed March 2014.
U.S. Department of Agriculture Graduate School Training Courses - Effective Audit Supervision, completed June 2015; Skills for Leading and Managing Audit Projects, completed July 2014.
Becker Professional Education Training Courses - Emotional Intelligence, completed January 2016; Take Control: Use Conflict To Your Advantage, completed January 2016, Leadership Skills, completed July 2015.
Member of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners from 2010 to Current
Member of The Institute of Internal Auditors from 2012 to Current
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