Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary
CAREER SUMMARY Results-oriented and enthusiastic professional with an MSW degree adept at prioritizing tasks, maintaining organization, optimizing workflow and clerical tasks. Comfortable working autonomously or with a team whilst delivering high-quality results. Eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills.
  • Data Entry
  • Public Speaking
  • Team Management
  • Public Service
  • Community Partnerships
  • Event Planning
  • Academic
  • Agency
  • Clerical
  • Content development
  • Copying
  • Council
  • Data Entry
  • Delivery
  • Direction
  • Event Planning
  • Organizing files
  • Filing
  • Focus
  • Government
  • Health Promotion
  • Manage logistics
  • Sorting mail
  • Meetings
  • Office
  • Programming
  • Proposals
  • Public health
  • Public Speaking
  • Research
  • Shadow
  • Surveys
  • Taking messages
  • Team Management
  • Phone
  • Transportation
Work History
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University Of Utah , ,
Constituent Liaison, 05/2018 - 12/2019
NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY, Assemblywoman Jaime Williams 59th District AD City, STATE,
  • Served as the contact person for community and government relations to maintain a communicative relationship in regarding legislation and community development.
  • Inputted data to the electronic NYS Assembly system "CRIMS" which tracks overall constituent satisfaction.
  • Planned community events to engage constituents in the 59th district.
  • Fielded phone calls and pleasantly greeted office visitors, answering questions and inquiries regarding community resources and services.
  • Screened visitors, opening and sorting mail, taking messages; and providing information to callers requiring knowledge of the agency's operation.
  • Communicated with community members to assess concerns or current issues and identify corrective measures.
  • Managed enrollment, transportation and paperwork for individuals to take advantage of community resources.
Health Promotion Assistant, 09/2019 - 05/2019
  • Oversee, manage and grow the Calm Corner- Health Promotion's self-care initiative with the Silver School of Social Work.
  • Conducted focus groups and surveys to collect ongoing data to inform improvements and changes.
  • Facilitated and assisted in the delivery, continued assessment and improvement of the Action Zone Bystander and Sexual Assault Intervention training program.
  • Designed, collected, transcribed, and analyzed data to drive new ideas and initiatives and improve existing projects and programming.
  • Contributed to content development for the Health Information Library by conducting research on public health issues.
  • Cultivated partnerships across NYU with faculty members, students, and staff members to develop ongoing initiatives that address the existing and evolving needs of students.
  • Completed clerical tasks such as filing, copying, organizing files and data entry.
  • Plan and Execute programming events for the 2019-2020 school year.
Assistant, 01/2017 - 12/2018
  • Processed student registrations and withdrawals.
  • Fostered meaningful relationships among students through student retreats and campus-based community service projects.
New York Fellow, 08/2018 - 05/2018
  • Worked in partnership with staff to prepare individual, foundation and corporate proposals.
  • Worked in partnership with staff to raise individual contributions from supporters across the US.
  • Developed, created and provided program oversight for College Council meetings with a target of engaging 20-30 students from at least 5 universities across the region throughout the academic year.
  • Coordinated college council programming with direction from Regional Program Directors.
  • Solicited and secured speakers, trainers; manage logistics for space and food.
  • Worked with statewide programs team for the IGNITE the Capitol trip that brings young women from across the state for legislative advocacy training and shadow in.
  • Worked with the communications team to highlight programming throughout the year.
Bachelor of Science: Social Work, Expected in
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Master of Science: Social Work, Expected in
new york UNIVERSITY, york college - New York, NY
Received Mandated Reporter Training Certification, 2017 Completed Mental Health First Aid Training, 2018 York College: Domestic Violence Peer Advocacy Program, 2015 - 2016
Additional Information
  • VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE & AWARDS nasw National ConferencE June 2018 , Served as one of three team leaders directing more than 400 student staff supporting the conference, leading training presentations and supervising more than 85 volunteers to maximize program success. NASPA EXCELLENCE AWARDS February 2020 Bronze Award Winner 2019-2020 NASPA Excellence Awards in the Athletics-Recreation Counseling Health Wellness and related programs category: Health Promotion Dept. - Action Zone: NYU's Person-Centered Evidence-Based Approach to Bystander Intervention.

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