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Director WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE － Winston-Salem, NC
Develop and administer library budgets containing multiple funding sources and affecting multiple departments; oversee access to online databases and links to and from those resources; guide the planning and updating of courses and training materials for use throughout the Medical Center; interface with peer institutions and internal departments; manage all aspects of the operation of the library.
Insure all aspects of student diversity, including student backgrounds and undergraduate majors, by having served on the Admissions Committee at Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
Protect patients who entrust their well-being and safety to Wake Forest University School of Medicine by serving on the Institutional Review Board (IRB), the internal organization charged with overseeing and monitoring the safety of all human research subjects involved in any manner with Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
Oversee the ethical and proper treatment of all research animals at Wake Forest University School of Medicine by serving on the Animal Care and Use Committee (ACUC), the internal organization charged with approving and monitoring all basic science research at all affiliated Wake Forest University School of Medicine campuses.
Determined grant awards to other institutions by having served as an R01 NIH Study Section Reviewer at the NIH.
Developed a Records Management program with digital imaging capabilities for Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Wake Forest University and non-affiliated organizations, saving an estimated 40,000 square feet of space per year.
Managed the spin-off of the program to the private sector after revenues exceeded $6 million annually.
Managed the operations of a profitable Medical Center Bookstore and oversaw its merging with the Reynolda Campus Undergraduate Bookstore.
At one time, the Bookstore had revenues exceeding $8 million annually and added more than $1 million to the institution's bottom line.
Oversee the library's portion of the LCME, JCAHO and SACS accreditation processes for Wake Forest University School of Medicine, North Carolina Baptist Hospital and Wake Forest University respectively.
Determine institutional policies and best practices by serving as a member of the Faculty Executive Council (FEC), the governing body of Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
Assisted the Development Office with creating an endowment for the library and growing that endowment to more than $2 million.
In the process, identified donors for other institutional programs and general library projects.
Involved with many aspects of the healthcare system at Wake Forest University School of Medicine by having held various positions and continuously interacting with numerous individual faculty members and departments.
Assisted with the creation of various statewide consortia for the purpose of sharing information and reducing costs, including the creation of a now defunct statewide Elsevier agreement.
National Account Representative RENFRO CORPORATION － Mount Airy, NC
Managed the sales of Gitano and private label hosiery products to national and regional mass merchandisers, growing account sales from $1.5 million to $8 million within two years.
Developed a separate merchandising program for Walmart that produced revenues exceeding $10 million or 12% of total company sales within the first year of introduction.
Managed the packaging, pricing and sales of all closeouts and irregulars with revenues in excess of $4 million annually.
Created brand recognition for irregulars that added more than $800,000 to the company bottom line.
Identified improved methods of inventory control, which resulted in inventory levels for irregulars and closeouts being reduced 75% or the equivalent of $500,000 in improved cash flow.
Designed various packaging for customers including The Children's Place.
Director of Inventory Planning TULTEX CORPORATION － Martinsville, VA
Controlled all finished goods inventory levels for a $250 million consumer packaged goods company.
Coordinated production and sales with the Manager of Sales Administration, the Vice President of Sales and the Vice President of Production.
Highly involved with the introduction of computers and computer systems for sales forecasting, production scheduling and the high-tech mechanized storage and retrieval distribution facility.
Assisted the acquisitions team with identifying companies for the purpose of obtaining manufacturing capacity, smoothing out production schedules and gaining brand names.
Masters of Library : Information ScienceUniversity of North Carolina － Greensboro, NCInformation Science
Masters of Business AdministrationWake Forest University － Winston-Salem, NC
Bachelor of Science : Business AdministrationMedical Student, Wake Forest University School of Medicine University of North Carolina － Winston-Salem Chapel Hill, NCBusiness Administration