Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Experienced professional offering years of experience as a social worker and budget improvement director. executive offering. Motivating leader with history of building and managing teams. Proficient at identifying funding resources to achieve agency mission and vision. Strong relationship builder who works well with stakeholders and corporate teams.

  • Organization
  • Relationship Development
  • Customer Service
  • Team Management
  • Project Organization
  • Communications
Director, Faith and Spirituality Integration, 08/2014 - 08/2019
Hca Saint Petersburg, FL,
  • Provided employee management, scheduling activities, budget creation and monitoring.
  • Researched, wrote and submitted grant proposals for funding of programs (support groups, volunteer programs, office renovation) and secured $15,000 in grant funding.
  • Provided leadership for staff and inter-departmental groups.
  • Conducted regular staff meetings which included team-building focus.
  • Enhanced employee satisfaction scores from 19% to 94%.
  • Am a self-starter and required minimal supervision.
  • Created and maintained effective relationships with internal colleagues, potential funders and community agencies and organizations.
Manager of Case Management, 06/1994 - 07/2014
Nye Health Services Norfolk, NE,
  • Supervised and managed staff of 13 social workers including performance evaluations.
  • Carried caseload of patients and families on women's health units and mental health units. (30-40 patients and families.)
  • Researched potential funding streams including foundations, corporations, community groups and individuals.
  • Worked with Cook County (Chicago) State's Attorney's office to develop and implement programs to assist crime victims. Solicited funding through grant proposals as well as face-to-face meetings with possible donors.
  • Met with state and federal government representatives to outline planned program and solicit financial support.
  • Through grants and other funding streams, raised $125,000 for program in 9 months.
  • Tracked funds, prepared monthly reports for stakeholders and organized annual appreciation events.
  • Interacted with individuals of diverse populations practicing excellent verbal and written communication with donors, agencies and officials.
  • Involvement in program implementation, program outcomes, number of services provided, analyzed data and assured that all funding sources were aware of program changes.
  • Worked with current and potential future donors as program continued. Demonstrated ability to obtain $485,000 for program continuation and expansion over period of 6 years.
Executive Director, 06/1987 - 03/1994
New Pathways, Inc. City, STATE,
  • Responsible for all aspects of agency serving youth and young adults (150 clients per year) experiencing abuse and neglect.
  • Focused on procuring funds for agency budget of $400,000 per year.
  • Created and maintained excellent relationships with current donors.
  • Researched, composed and submitted proposals to foundations, corporations, churches, community groups, public sources and corporations.
  • Tracked all funding and provided monthly reports for all funds donated or granted.
  • In conjunction with other agency leaders, created "Those Who Give", a forum for sharing research and results of potential donor contacts and their funding priorities.
  • Worked with all agency staff and outside agencies in collaboration to create previously unknown potential donors.
  • Through grants and gifts, raised $415,000 annually. Grants and gifts received from Eli Lilly, Johnson and Johnson, Walgreens, Gerber Baby Food, Pfizer, Bank of America, Google and Wells Fargo. Donations received from United Way, the Chicago Public School Board, the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, the Social Security Administration and local agencies, community groups and individuals.
  • Made presentations for potential funders regarding agency purpose, programs and outcomes.
Education and Training
Master of Arts: Social Work/Pastoral Counseling, Expected in 05/1987
Garrett Seminary/Northwestern University - Evanston, IL,
  • Completed coursework in social work theory and practice, the history of social work, counseling, data collection and analysis, public policy and social work settings.
  • Completed coursework in pastoral counseling theory and practice.
  • Completed 2-year internship with United Way being oriented to and practicing fundraising, business development in non-profit settings, community assessment, counseling and networking with community resources.
  • Completed 1-year internship providing pastoral counseling for clients.
Bachelor of Science: Criminal Justice/Social Work, Expected in 05/1983
Illinois State University - Normal, IL
  • Completed coursework in criminal law, criminal behavior, criminal psychology, and the penal system.
  • Completed coursework in keeping of statistics, data analysis and program management.
  • Completed 2-year internship working with juveniles.

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