Lead research assistant07/2014 to 09/2014 University of Washington School of Public Affairs – Seattle, Washington
Undertook intensive study of the Washington State aerospace industry, along with cluster theory and its various real-world applications.
Led a team of research assistants in designing a survey and interview questionnaire to study the Washington State aerospace industry and the effectiveness of collaborative organizations within it.
Consulted with leaders of such organizations in its design and implementation.
Delegated responsibilities to other research assistants monitored their progress, and gave feedback.
Performed a qualitative analysis of Washington State's small and medium sized aerospace enterprises through interviews of industry leaders.
Wrote a comprehensive report applying principles of cluster theory to the unique attributes and circumstances of Washington State's small and medium aerospace enterprises, and made recommendations on how to improve their competitive position.
Assisted the professor involved in the project in editing correspondences and scholarly papers.
Copy editor, "From High School to College: Why Gender, Race and Ethnicity, and Immigrant Generation Matter,"-manuscript for Charles Hirschman, Department of Sociology and School of Public Affairs, August, 2014.
Made edits to the formatting, style, and accuracy of the text to enhance its clarity, comprehensibility, conciseness, and consistency.
Research assistant01/2010 to 01/2012 University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, Michigan
Scheduled and conducted experiments.
Collated and entered large amounts of information into databases.
Met with superior and colleagues weekly to provide feedback and to inform the direction of the research, and to discuss relevant topics in social psychological research.
Special Project Coordinator01/2003 to 01/2013 Huron Valley Consultation Center Inc – Ann Arbor, Michigan
Used qualitative and quantitative data to identify inefficiencies and areas of potential growth of the clinic, and used this information to create and direct projects that improved clinic processes.
Served and met weekly as a member of the clinic's Executive Committee along with the director, administrator, medical director, clinical representative, and office manager, and provided input and problem solving to all issues facing the leadership team.
As lead staff of the clinic's Marketing committee, analyzed and used demographic data to identify and develop new markets, drafted an extensive marketing strategy and headed the implementation of it.
Performed extensive research on optimization of the clinic's website, applied this research to the optimization of the website, and headed the redesign of the website.
Responsible for creating and modifying several clinic processes and procedures, including intake process improvement, clinic email policy, and maximizing utilization of the clinic's treatment rooms.
Informed such process reengineering through extensive surveys of staff, quantitative analysis of patient assignment and room utilization statistics, and detailed foregone income analyses.
As part of the clinic's Intake team, processed requests for treatment and made decisions on the appropriate therapist to whom to assign them.
Headed the committee responsible for the design and implementation of the clinic's expansion.
Collected and analyzed data and prepared quarterly reports of performance improvement and safety measures for compliance with the Joint Commission accreditation standards.
This included using quantitative data to identify whether the clinic met industry standards in several areas including timeliness of assigning patients, improvement in patient functioning scores, and patient satisfaction.
Assisted in monthly utilization review and analysis of clinical documentation and collected data and wrote yearly reports.
Prepared report on monthly analysis of treatment requests.
Collected and interpreted data, and wrote report.
Reported and carried out the recommendations from the analysis.
Assisted in writing the clinic's annual report.
Collected and interpreted data, prepared charts and graphs, and assisted in the writing of the report.
Service staff/on-site supervisor, Food for All Seasons Catering, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Participated in and helped coordinate the preparation and organization of events.
Participated in and supervised others when running an event.
Periodically coordinated, organized and ran events individually.
Masters of Public Administration: 1 1University of Washington-
Bachelor of Science: Psychology12 2010Eastern Michigan University-
MichiganGPA: Cum LaudePsychology Cum Laude
Universidad de Belgrano - Buenos Aires, Argentina. Studied Spanish and literature, cultural immersion through home stay, gained Spanish proficiency, Winter, 2006.