(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor

Learning coach with a background in school psychology committed to delivering all-encompassing support to students and families through active problem-solving, collaboration and consultation, and resource identification and referral.

  • Adaptable nature
  • Friendly, personable, and compassionate
  • Advocate for children
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Personalized learning plans
  • Student progress analysis
  • Student motivation
  • Behavior modification
  • Confidence building
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Emotionally supportive
  • Cultural competency
  • Evidence-based practices
  • Data collection, analysis, and reporting
  • Policy and procedure improvements
  • Team collaboration
Education and Training
The Citadel Graduate School Charleston, Expected in 05/2017 Master of Arts : General Psychology - GPA :
  • Honor Roll Fall 2013 - Spring 2017
  • Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Member
  • 4.0 GPA
  • Thesis: Is There a Disconnect Between School Personnel and Parents in the Effects of Bullying?
Clemson University Clemson, SC Expected in 12/2013 Bachelor of Science : Psychology - GPA :
  • Minor in Cluster Life Sciences (Genetics, Microbiology, Biology)
  • 3.7 GPA
  • Dean's List Honoree Fall 2013

Darkness To Light Training Certificate - "Stewards of Children"

NCBI International Certificate - "Workshop For Welcoming Diversity"

NIH Training Certificate - "Protecting Human Research Participants"

CPR Certification

The Stepping Stones Group - Learning Coach/Private Childcare Provider
Blue Ridge, GA, 02/2018 - Current
  • Implemented instructional technology support using various tools for teaching and learning, including following related software programs and applications used in eLearning.
  • Devised special strategies for reinforcing material or skills based on needs, interests, and abilities of individual student.
  • Delivered feedback to encourage, motivate, and build confidence in students.
  • Tutored student one-on-one to help progress through the program in a timely manner using positive reinforcement techniques.
  • Supported students in comprehension and completion of homework as well as for ongoing literacy work.
  • Conferred with parents to inform on type of daily activities, successes, strengths observed, and potential obstacles to healthy development.
  • Assisted student in achieving and mastering grade-level standards.
  • Encouraged safe, positive behavior by redirecting children to take positive action.
  • Built relationships with and encouraged social development with children by discussing school, friends, and favorite activities.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using positive reinforcement methods.
  • Modeled appropriate social behaviors and encouraged concern and empathy for others.
  • Applied behavioral techniques to diminish inappropriate behaviors.
  • Followed routines to foster stability and structure in children's lives while parents were away.
  • Sparked creativity and imagination by helping children discover new things each day.
  • Read books aloud to children, encouraging interaction and teaching proper expression through vocal inflections appropriate to story content.
  • Supported healthy emotional and social development through intervention in conflict between children, various reinforcement techniques, and encouraging cooperation.
  • Monitored children's activities at all times, mindful of safety hazards and development of good hygienic and social habits.
  • Taught children basic skills and encouraged creativity in painting, drawing, arts and crafts, music, and other expressive activities.
  • Minimized TV and mobile device time by engaging children with games and physical books.
  • Helped with bathing, dressing, teeth brushing, and diapering to promote healthy personal hygiene and good oral health.
  • Engaged children with games and puzzles to promote mental development and enjoyment.
  • Developed lasting, professional relationships with families by encouraging open communication and delivering positive feedback.
  • Administered medication and minor first aid to sick and injured children.
University Of Nebraska At Omaha - School Psychologist Intern
Omaha, NE, 08/2016 - 11/2017
  • Counseled children and families to help solve conflicts and problems in learning and adjustment.
  • Promoted parent-teacher partnerships and communications to support students' educational goals.
  • Collaborated with social work professionals to assist students in emotional and social growth.
  • Monitored students' academic progress, mental health and sociability through ongoing individual assessments.
  • Led multi-disciplinary team meetings to support student learning at various levels of need (i.e., Tiers I, II, and III).
  • Wrote psychological reports and presented results of evaluations at meetings.
  • Followed up with outside mental health service providers to coordinate in-school supports.
  • Evaluated student academic, behavioral and emotional needs utilizing formal testing instruments.
  • Coordinated the development and implementation of students' Individualized Education Plans (IEPs).
  • Consulted with parents and teachers on various topics such as learning styles and behavior modification techniques.
  • Collected information necessary for educational diagnoses by interviewing, observing, and evaluating students.
  • Collaborated with principals, assistant principals, teachers, counselors, social workers, parents, and students to provide comprehensive student support.
  • Scored and interpreted a variety of testing results (e.g., ABC observation tools, IQ and academic achievement standardized tests) to diagnose and plan appropriate intervention per student needs
  • Cultivated strong student, parent, faculty and community relationships.
  • Met with parents and teachers to learn more about students under evaluation.
  • Attended training courses and educational conferences to stay abreast of latest industry trends.
  • Updated documentation and wrote reports detailing treatment plans and progress.
  • Created and reviewed reports to determine effectiveness of interventions and make improvements.
The Citadel Graduate College Psychology Department - Graduate Assistant
City, STATE, 08/2015 - 05/2016
  • Supported department faculty with administrative assistance, as well as curriculum and research support.
  • Worked with professors to facilitate various classes and projects.
  • Assisted professor with senior capstone course.
  • Supervised computer lab and classes.
  • Monitored student checkout procedures to ensure all assessment materials (e.g., IQ tests) were accounted for.
  • Graded class assignments, quizzes, and examinations; performed item analyses.
  • Designed marketing materials for program.
  • Acted as a liaison between cohort and professors during faculty meetings.
  • Led group tours with potential graduate students.
  • Tracked class and student metrics including attendance, projects, labs, and reports.
  • Utilized email, phone, and in-person meetings to answer questions and mentor struggling students.
Activities and Honors
  • Member, National Association of School Psychologists (NASP, 2014 - current)
  • Events Chair/Senator, Student Government Association at The Citadel Graduate College (2014-2015)
  • NASP Student Leader (2015-2016)
  • Member, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society (2016 - current)
  • Vice President, Student Government Association at The Citadel Graduate College (2015-2016)

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