Exceptional team member talented as a histology tech, accessioning tech, and trained in forensic science and biology. Technically-savvy with outstanding relationship building, training and presentation skills. Motivated to move beyond past work opportunities and experiences to realize my life-long dream/goal of serving in the formal area of forensic science/crime scene investigation or a closely related field.
American Academy of Forensic Science
New England Wildflower Society
Volunteer with Massachusetts State Botanist
Volunteer Director of Christian Education
Volunteer Director of Middle School Ministry
Volunteered with student ministry at Liberty Baptist Church, Chelsea, Alabama
Volunteer with the New England Wildflower Society
Broadcasting, data entry, editing, filing, Microsoft Office Suite, Problem Solving, protocols, quality control, safety, performing appropriate laboratory assignments
I enjoy cooking, especially making decorated cupcakes. I share these with friends on special occasions.
I enjoy reading and have collected a rather large library. Many of my books relate to the study of biology, forensic science, and historic crime investigation.
I enjoy watching investigative reports about major unsolved crimes and the history of famous crimes.
I enjoy my cat, Emma, and spend a lot of time caring for her.
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