Over the last several years I have had two completely different but successful career paths and I feel now is the time I merge them together. In 2007 I graduated from Sullivan University with honors, completing an Associates of Science in the Baking and Pastry Arts. As a Pastry Chef I have been hired by places such as Louisville Country Club and even Louisville's very own, Churchill Downs. I have also worked and managed our family's restaurant in LaGrange, Ky, which allowed me to create my own desserts and specialty cakes.
Running Parallel with this career, for the last five years, I have worked full time as a Clinical Assistant and Lab Technician at Taylor Orthodontics in Crestwood, Ky. I was hired with no experience working at the front desk, helping with sanitation, patient records (x-rays, impressions, photos) and very quickly became a main assistant seeing anywhere up to 20-30 patients a day, placing and removing braces, inserting and bonding appliances and doing needed monthly adjustments. I also took my career a step further learning through self determination, trial and error, and working under the wing of the doctor to become the in-house Lab Technician. Giving me the skills for the art of working with alot of plasters, plastics, acrylics, wires and metals; molding, forming, bending and soldering.
Having both these opportunities, although very different from each other, has given me many qualities for any path taken in the future. I am personable and able to handle many different types of personalities. I am very reliable and dependable, patient, organized, meticulous, and efficient. I am an extremely hard worker, very self motivated and a fast learner. Given the chance I would like to prove my self as a long-term, dedicated employee.
Hired with no experience. Started at office running errands and helping at front desk, answering phones, making and filing charts and taking new patient information. Was very self motivated to becoming an assistant and began helping in clinic with x-rays, sanitation of instruments and taking records (photos, impressions, x-rays) of patients. I began observing and learning, quickly becoming a full-time clinical assistant. I saw anywhere up to 20-30 patients a day through a fast paced tight schedule, placing and removing braces and completing monthly adjustments for those in treatment. Shortly after began learning from Doctor and self trial and error how make orthodontic appliances. I worked with alot of plasters, plastics, acrylics, wires, and metals; melting, forming, bending and soldering.
Big R's Barbecue is a small Family owned and operated business. I have worked there through the years sometimes full time and others only part time . I Have served, cooked, managed employees along with being in charge of accounts, bills, ordering/purchasing and scheduling.
Worked two seasons, both October to January as a Pastry Chef and Supervisor for Churchill Downs. Would work both days and nights to prepare the next days needed pastries. Could range from a couple of specialty cakes for birthdays, anniversaries and weddings, to thousands of cupcakes or individual desserts for six different floors during the fall racing season
Attended Sullivan University's Science of Baking and Pastry Arts. Completed with a 4.0 GPA and Graduated in 2007 with honors
Attended University of Louisville from 2004-2006 on a scholarship for Music Education
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