(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Executive Profile
Profile - High-performing Administrator with 10 years of experience working with at risk youth, diverse community of parents and individuals. In-depth knowledge of mental disorders and treatment for youth at all levels. Core Accomplishment Advisor and co-creator for Student Advocate for Adolescents SAA Founder of I Rise Foundation, Sponsor of Fellowship of Christian Athletics. Created and Implemented a Social Skills Program in the high school population. Social Advocate and Community resource for parents and youth with behavioral issues, transitioning skills, daily living, tutoring, job search assistance, and social issues.(Resource guidance -for High School Graduates to successfully enroll for college and complete Financial Aid) Helped develop and start NTCCC's emergency shelter from start until the opening of the shelter. Participated in the North Texas Shelter Coalition.
Skill Highlights
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Argosy University Dallas, TX Expected in 2015 Community Counseling-Awaiting LPC I Licensure : - GPA :
Point Loma Nazarene University San Diego, CA Expected in 2009 Certification in CLAD Teaching level II : - GPA :
Texas A&M University College Station, TX Expected in 2005 Master's : Psychology - GPA : Psychology
Sam Houston State University Bryan, TX Expected in 1999 Bachelors : Criminal Justice - GPA : Criminal Justice
Texas Certified Licensed Child Care Administrator California Preliminary II Teaching Mild/Mod Special Education K-12 ELA Texas Special Education K-12 ELA
Core Accomplishments
Professional Experience
Childhelp - Licensed Residential Administrator
Scottsdale, AZ, 01/2012 - Current
  • v Oversee the total financial performance and function of the facility.
  • v Develops and implements short-term and long-term strategic plans which are consistent with the missions, vision and values of the facility.
  • v Provides management with accurate and timely information about the Shelter on a continuing basis so as to facilitate informed decision making.
  • v Provides sound business, managerial and financial guidance to subordinates in the conduct of their duties as well as facilitating effective communication on a daily basis so as to reinforce teamwork and information sharing.
  • v Assures effective administration and management of the Shelter through the application of management principles within established guidelines.
  • v Provides advice, guidance, direction and authorization to carry out major plans, standards and procedures consistent with established policies v Establishes and maintains an effective organizational structure so as to accomplish the facilities' objectives; establishes practices to ensure adequate management development and to provide for capable management succession v Develops and implements adequate measures to meet the fiscal needs of the facility, to conserve its assets and to maintain an effective system of budgeting control.
  • v Ensures compliance with all regulatory and statutory regulations; amends existing policies/procedures as needed.
  • v Developing daily schedules and activities of the facility.
  • v Recruits workers through advertisements and working with the local work force commission.
  • v Interview, hire, and train caseworkers, house supervisors, and childcare staff.
  • v Evaluate staff members determining promotion levels and providing constructive feedback.
  • v Record keeping, managing the budget, billing, childcare worker ratio, child safety.
  • v Work hand in hand with DFPS, CPS, redesign OCOK to service their children and maintain contracts with these agencies.
  • v Maintained quarterly reports required by DFPS,CPS, and OCOK.
Childhelp - Teacher
Costa Mesa, CA, 01/2010 - 01/2013
  • Behavior Self-Contained) v Monitor and assess students displaying behavior and social discrepancies.
  • v Develop lesson plans to teach student's academic and social needs.
  • v Develop and implement behavior Plan to fit individual child.
  • v Effectively communicate written and verbal with staff and parents.
  • v Document and report all development on student's growth or regression at IEP meetings.
  • v Provide proper guidance and concerns to all students in the Success program.
  • v Crisis intervention and the teaching of social skills to students.
Bonneville County - Teacher
Idaho Falls, ID, 01/2001 - 01/2009
  • v Plan and use appropriate instructional and learning strategies, activities, materials, and equipment that reflect accommodation for individual needs of students assigned.
  • v Work cooperatively with special education teachers to modify curriculum as needed for special education students according to guidelines established in Individual Education Plans (IEP).
  • v Cooperate with other members of staff in planning and implementing instructional goals, objectives and methods according to district requirements.
  • v Use technology to implement instruction in the classroom.
  • v Provide tutoring services as well as behavior support and resolution to students in the classroom.
  • v Develop Career plans and Implemented transitions to college.
  • v Supervised College tours and assessments to Local colleges.
  • v Chaperone Youth to Chicago Business program “Youth about Business”.
Brazos County Juvenile Justice - Juvenile Probation Officer
City, STATE, 01/2000 - 01/2001
  • Detention Center) v Supervise and train staff on shift in the Juvenile facility.
  • v Monitor and Conduct Parent visitation.
  • v Screen initial referrals to the detention center for the admission into the facility.
  • v Plan, organize, and direct the work of subordinate staff.
  • v Understand and interpret procedures, regulations, and legal implications of casework or treatment services.
  • v Prepare all detention paperwork and ensure personal security of all children detained within the facility.
  • v Provide effective leadership and consultation to staff in casework and/or treatment methods.
  • v Maintain the Juvenile facility and ensure the programs are effective throughout the week and evenings.
Texas Youth Commission - Juvenile Correctional Officer II
City, STATE, 01/1997 - 01/1998
  • v Monitor the movement and activity of youth contained in the facility.
  • v Recorded ongoing log of active of the youth daily activities.
  • v Conducted youth groups and feedback sessions.
  • v Perform search and seizure of their bunk areas.
  • v Train new staff members on surrounding dorms.
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  • Texas A&M University College
  • Sam Houston State University

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