Motivated professional skilled at building strong working relationships with fellow staff, supervisors and community members.
Data collection and analysis
Public policy background
Inter-governmental and legislative relations
Proficient writing skills
Professional and personable
Exceptional organizational skills
Voted "Best Peer Mentor" by Richmond the American International University in 2016.
Completed Discover East Asia Program at Tokai University, Japan in 2014.
Became member of the honor society Phi Theta Kappa in 2013.
InternJan 2017 to Current U.S. State Department － Washington, DCWorked with the Border and Law affairs officer in Canadian Affairs. Drafted information memos, action memos, and provided Freedom of Information Act assistance.
Post Office Efficiency CoordinatorAug 2016 to Dec 2017 Richmond the American International University in London － London, United KingdomOrganized and maintained the University's post room on the Kensington Campus.
Peer MentorAug 2015 to Dec 2016 Richmond the American International University in London － London, United KingdomProvided confidential counseling services for personal and academic purposes to incoming first year students at Richmond University.
Bachelor of Arts, Political Science2016Richmond the American International University in London － London, England, United KingdomAwarded the Dean List Scholarship in 2014 and maintained scholarship through graduation. Political Editor for the School's newspaper, and Debate Team leader. Coursework in Law and Political Science, in Urban Studies and Economics, in Urban Planning and Development, and Advanced coursework in Business Administration and Public Policy.
Associate of Arts, Liberal Arts2014Hawaii Tokai International College － Honolulu, Hawaii, United StatesWide range of coursework including Japanese language, Korean language and Politics of East Asia.