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Professional Summary

Detail-oriented PhD candidate offering proven history of critical thinking and problem solving illustrated through more than a decade's worth of experience in clinical, research, and educational environments. Team-oriented and adept in collaborating with people from diverse backgrounds.

  • Strategic goal development
  • Program implementation and evaluation
  • Grant writing
  • Stakeholder relations
  • Supervision of students and support staff from diverse backgrounds
  • Team-oriented
  • Student mentoring and professional development
  • Data collection and analysis using mixed methods
Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, WI Expected in 05/2021 Ph.D. : Public And Community Health - GPA :
  • Dissertation: Opioid misuse initiation, trajectory, and access to treatment in rural versus non-rural women
  • Awarded National Institute on Drug Abuse Diversity Supplement to fund dissertation research, including stipend, research supplies, and travel
  • Received Graduate School Minority Scholar Award in Biomedical Research in 2019
  • Elected as Trainee for the Council on Women's Advocacy for 2020-2021
  • Elected as Program Representative for the Graduate Student Association in 2018-2020
Concordia University Wisconsin Mequon, WI Expected in 05/2006 Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) : Physical Therapy - GPA :
  • Received Minority Scholarship Award from the American Physical Therapy Association
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Milwaukee, WI Expected in 05/2003 Bachelor of Science : Kinesiology - GPA :
  • Member of Women's Basketball Team 1999-2003
  • Elected Captain of Women's Basketball Team 2002-2003
  • Received Academic All-Conference Award 2001-2003
Work History
University Of Kansas - Graduate Research Assistant
Lawrence, KS, 08/2017 - Current
  • Worked on federally funded research projects, studying effects of social and structural determinants on health outcomes in marginalized populations within the Institute for Health and Equity and the Center for AIDS Intervention Research.
  • Planned, modified and executed research procedures
  • Liaised between principal investigators and research team members to answer questions and optimize faculty time.
  • Performed qualitative and quantitative analysis.
  • Presented results to field experts at national and international conferences.
  • Led and contributed to professionally-written scientific paper for publication.
  • Supported department members with administrative, research and academic assistance.
Johns Hopkins University - Program Manager II, Work Injury Prevention Program
Baltimore, MD, 11/2014 - 06/2017
  • Developed and initiated work-related injury prevention and cost-containment projects
  • Identified plans and resources required to meet project goals and objectives by setting realistic timelines and checkpoints.
  • Identified, reviewed and applied University and departmental policies and procedures to reduce work-related injury costs in collaboration with University Safety and Assurances.
  • Developed executive presentations and reports to facilitate process improvement in each Division on campus.
  • Taught in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program as a core faculty member and arranged doctoral student educational and research projects that supported work-related injury prevention initiatives.
U.S. Physical Therapy - Adjunct Instructor
Grand Prairie, TX, 01/2012 - 08/2014
  • Engaged physical therapist assistant students in foundational and clinical topics relevant to the profession of physical therapy to foster independence upon completion of the two-year program.
  • Defined and articulated learning outcomes, including measurements, performance metrics and changes to improve student learning in accordance with accreditation standards.
  • Created and implemented course agendas, lesson plans and activities to successfully meet course objectives.
  • Integrated current events and cultural themes relevant to physical therapy into course materials to contextualize subject matter and facilitate lifelong learning.
  • Collaborated with Director of Clinical Education to organize and oversee clinical internships.
McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital - Staff Physical Therapist
City, STATE, 06/2006 - 08/2014
  • Evaluated and treated wide range of conditions in patients from rural and urban areas
  • Demonstrated clear written and oral communications skills when working with health care professionals, patients and caregivers.
  • Supervised clinical instructors, students, and support staff, including physical therapist assistants, athletic trainers, clinical instructors, and clinical interns.
  • Trained and oriented new physical therapists and physical therapy assistants.
  • Researched and stayed abreast of current treatment modalities by attending professional development opportunities.
  • Contributed to team meetings and collaborated with management in patient recovery program decision-making process.

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School Attended

  • Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Concordia University Wisconsin
  • University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Job Titles Held:

  • Graduate Research Assistant
  • Program Manager II, Work Injury Prevention Program
  • Adjunct Instructor
  • Staff Physical Therapist


  • Ph.D.
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
  • Bachelor of Science

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