Indiana University School of Medicine Krannert Institute of CardiologyMay 2013 to CurrentFellowship Coordinator Indianapolis, IN
Provide direction and administrative support to Program Directors (5) and fellows (26 FTEs); Fellowships include Cardiovascular Disease and subspecialties including Electrophysiology, Interventional Cardiology, Feigenbaum (Echocardiography), and Heart Failure.
Coordinate all program events including applications, interviews, banquets, educational lunches, grand rounds, and other program specific speaking engagements.
Muscular Dystrophy Association.
March 2008 to May 2013Health Care Service Coordinator & Summer Camp Di Indianapolis, IN
August 2007 to March 2008
Muscular Dystrophy AssociationJuly 2006 to July 2007Health Care Service Coordinator & Summer Camp Director Evansville, IN
Coordinate neuromuscular specialty clinics through partnerships at Riley Hospital and IU Health Neuroscience Center; meet with each patient to assess their needs and provide case management services/resource referral Coordinate and supervise all aspects of an annual week-long, overnight summer camp program for 80+ children with muscular dystrophy including developing a budget, writing grants and securing sponsorships, developing in-depth risk management plans, recruiting/training volunteer staff and planning age appropriate/accessible activities Manage all patient accounts for MDA's Durable Medical Equipment Repair Funding Program (over 1500 accounts) Coordinate and supervise all aspects of annual family Muscle Walk including recruiting participants, securing vendor sponsorships, developing local marketing strategies, and coordinating family activities Establish collaborative relationships with community-based providers serving people with muscular dystrophy and recruit and enroll providers (e.g.
Bridges Home and Community-Based Living ServicesAugust 2005 to July 2007Personal Care Attendant Evansville, IN
Worked one-on-one with individuals with a variety of mental and physical disabilities including autism, severe and profound developmental delay, mitochondrial disease, and seizure disorders; performed all aspects of personal care.
Assisted individuals with daily tasks to help them maintain independence, while working in compliance with all state waiver regulations.
Worked closely with physical and occupational therapists and assisted clients with daily physical therapy regiment such as gait training and range of motion exercises.