Responsible and reliable employee who is
dedicated to helping and protecting our community. Passionate, motivated, and
91 WPM typing speed
Computers and Electronics
Judgment and decision making
Works well under pressure
Accurate and detailed
Police Cadet, 09/2014
to 04/2015 JMU Police Cadet Program – Harrisonburg,
Foot patrol throughout
campus within four units for the purpose of being the eyes and ears of the JMU Police
Department. Provided walking and vehicle escorts as well as locking academic buildings.
Worked security during football and basketball games, move in and move out, concerts, and other events taking place across campus.
Administrative Supervisor , 04/2015
to 05/2016 JMU Police Cadet Program – Harrisonburg,
Responsible for all
administrative functions of the program including hiring, terminating, disciplinary and commendation actions,
scheduling, planning, as well as other general operations
of the program.
Supervised four operational supervisors as well as three squads of police cadets.
Screened applicant resumes and coordinated both phone and in-person interviews.
Organized all new hire, security and temporary paperwork.
Planned and led two academies for cadets in the fall and spring.
Created google documents, worked with Microsoft excel and a cadet database to organize cadets and events within the program.
Family Advocacy Division Intern, 11/2016
to Current National Center for Missing and Exploited Children – Alexandria,
Researched and located
resources for families in crisis.
Sat in on phone calls with families
who needed support during crisis.
Edited and organized an FAD resource list for internal and family use.
Attended presentations of survivors of sex trafficking.
Participated in a webinar on sex trafficking; presented my findings to FAD during a weekly meeting.
Organized numerous excel sheets pertaining to information from Salesforce and resources throughout the country.
Summarized Team Adam cases using notes from the case management system; an FAD specialist used these summaries to be able to learn and review the case and call the families to offer support.
High School Diploma: 2012 Thomas A. Edison High School - Alexandria,
Bachelor of Arts: Justice Studies,
2016 James Madison University - Harrisonburg,
Minor in Criminal Justice
Volunteer at Dismas House; March 2015
Volunteer at Dismas House; March 2016
Traveled to South Bend, Indiana during my spring break of junior and senior year for a week to volunteer at a halfway house. Interacted with residents and became familiar with their background and stories, as well as getting to know the person behind the story that led them to Dismas. Redid the residents bedrooms, bathroom and basement, as well as helped with everyday chores and events around the house.