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Education and Training
Masters of Science : Health Care Administration, 2013Grand Canyon University － Phoenix, AZHealth Care Administration
Bachelors of Science : Biology, 2000Cleveland State University － Cleveland, OHBiology
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August 2004 to CurrentDepartment of Public Health － Cleveland, OH
City of Cleveland's local public health agency charged with improving quality of life by promoting healthy behavior, protecting the environment, preventing disease, and making the City a healthy place to live, work, and play Public Health Sanitarian II Responsible for promoting public health by conducting environmental health inspections and related activities for settings such as food service establishments (restaurants), home daycares, swimming pools, hotels, public laundries, and barbershops.
Key responsibilities include: Perform routine inspections of food service and retail establishments to ensure compliance with State of Ohio's food safety mandates Conduct inspections of schools, barbering establishments, child care organizations, hotels, and public laundering facilities to ensure compliance with environment regulations Responsible for completion of critical control point inspections utilizing HAACP protocol to investigate public heath nuisance sanitation complaints; enforced Cleveland Codified Ordinance to address the nuisance sanitation complaints Serve as a Disease Surveillance Specialist, investigating cases of infectious disease in the community, providing educational information on disease etiology, assisting in the prevention and control of communicable diseases, and supporting outbreak investigations Lead the delivery of ServSafe training course to certify restaurant professionals in food protection Serve as the Medicaid Administrative Claiming (MAC) Time Study Coordinator, organizing and managing the State of Ohio Medicaid Claiming Program Coordinate day-to-day Medicaid Administrative Claiming (MAC) activities necessary for proper and efficient administration of the Medicaid Plan Develop time study rosters for different departmental divisions Verify all claiming unit time study daily log sheets and approve claiming unit percentage summary Serve as the Community Assessment Coordinator to lead the development and implementation of the community assessment survey; Partner with Biostatisticians to support data collection and analysis activities Develop executive presentations to facilitate team member training and educate interns on conducting effective Community Assessments In the role as Large Venue Coordinator, supervise team inspections, coordinate and assign inspections necessary to meet State of Ohio mandates, responsible for maintaining file audit Provide support on an ad-hoc basis to special projects as required.
Clinical Laboratory Technician July 2003 to August 2004
Responsible for conducting laboratory tests that aid in the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.
Key responsibilities included: Prepared and analyzed blood samples for lead concentration by atomic absorption spectroscopy Conducted analysis on ZnP concentration by hematofluorometer Performed quality assurance activities such as; calibration, standardization and quality control on laboratory instruments and mixed reagents and diluents instruments Conduct additional job related functions as needed.
Substitute Teacher March 2001 to June 2003Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District － Cleveland, OH
An organization committed to preparing all students for college and life by providing a challenging curriculum that connects students' lives and their future in a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment, ensuring value for residents and homeowners Performs related duties of a teacher to provide continuity in the day to day responsibility during the absence of a classroom teacher.
Key responsibilities included: Managed classroom and provided instructions according to plans as prepared by the classroom teacher Provided classroom environment which promoted active learning Assisted the teacher with all aspects of the daily routine, including distributing and collecting supplies, keeping attendance records, lunchroom duty, recess, etc.
Worked with students to help reinforce learning objectives Adhered to all Board of Education policies and procedures Exercised appropriate judgment to act in the best interest of students at all times Performed other duties as assigned by the appropriate administrator.
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