(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Professional Summary
 Prison Reentry Coordinator  well-versed in research, analysis and strategic planning. Exceptional leader focused on critical thinking skills with the ability to analyze situations accurately and effectively. Highly focused office professional who successfully supports complex, deadline- driven operations. Customer-oriented' computer-savvy, strong verbal and written communication skills, and excellent personal motivation with proven ability to build and work collaboratively in a strong team environment as well as independently. Multi-task oriented, able to prioritize with effective time management. Initiates, promotes and maintains strong interpersonal relations with the ability to deal courteously, professionally and tactfully with the general public in a variety of circumstances. 
High Risk Youth Concentration Legal research and writing, Legal document preparation, Business Writing, Grant Writing, Quick Books, MS Office, Excel, Power Point, Accounts Payable, High Risk and Offender Youth, Drugs and Gangs, 
    Advanced Behavioral Analysis, Systems Serving Youth, Multicultural Issues in Human Services, Motivational Interviewing, Conflict Resolution, Trauma Resilience, and Psychology.
  • Ethical and honest
  • Detailed report writing
Front Range Community College Brighton, CO. Expected in Associate of Arts : Paraleagal Certificate Program, Human Services, Psychology - GPA :
  • Coursework includes: Speech and Communication, Sociology and Psychology
  • Public Relations and Communications 
  • Criminal Justice
  • Familiarity With Behavioral Disorders
  • Crisis Prevention
  • Escalation Techniques
  • Ethical Standards
Work History
Common Spirit - Prison Reentry Program Coordinator
University Place, WA, 06/2016 - Current

    Facilitate, and incorporate all class curriculum, lessons, activities, and also provide one-on-one counseling sessions which will ensure a successful land safe transition back into society; while maintaining a low recidivism rate as well.

    The Flippin' the Script program in collaboration with the Colorado Department of Corrections assists in identifying obstacles and creating positive solutions to overcome them.

    Participants are taught how morals, principles and ethics affect their daily lives and how they can change their current life path to become a productive member of society. 

  • Collected and analyzed data on individual clients using records, tests, interviews and professional sources.
  • Conducted individual one-on-one counseling sessions weekly.
  • Explained available substance abuse treatment services to clients.
  • Drafted monthly summary to review each client’s level of participation.
  • Counseled clients to help them understand and overcome personal, social and behavioral problems.
  • Provided offenders or inmates with assistance in matters concerning detainers, sentences in other jurisdictions, writs, and applications for social assistance
  • Arranged for post release services, such as employment, housing, counseling, education, and social activities
  • Coordinated counseling efforts with mental health professionals, doctors, nurses, and social workers
  • Consistently received positive teacher evaluations from students.
Inner Peace & Outer Reflection Ministries IPORM - Motivational and Manifestation Counselor
City, STATE, 2009 - Current

    Provide self help advice and educational tools for both personal and global development of inner peace, happiness, and success. 

  • Provides insight and counsel using a specialized life coaching mechanism.
  • Demonstrates a high level of client satisfaction by alleviating distress, anxiety, or other concerns experienced by the client.
  • Referred residents and families to community resources to improve well-being and quality of life.
  • Gathered and analyzed cultural, educational, social and demographic data about the community to guide local program development.
  • Organized educational forums, meet-ups and pitch events to promote networking and connectivity between entrepreneurs, service providers and funders.
Quick Document Preparer LLC - Senior Paralegal
City, STATE, 03/2009 - 06/2015

Professionally write motions and pleadings in accordance with all applicable statutes and US court rules. Experienced in legal research and pro se litigation.

  • Legal document preparation; Bankruptcies, Divorce, Child Custody, Taxes, and more.
  • Providing access to the legal justice system for moderate to low income families.
  • Investigated facts and laws to determine causes of action and to prepare cases.
  • Researched state statutes, decisions, legal articles, codes and documents.
  • Researched bankruptcy loan files to confirm federal guideline compliance.
International Fidelity Insurance Co - Bail Bond Agent
City, STATE, 2002 - 01/2007

Bail Bonding and Recovery agent for AAA Jiffy Bail Bonds.

  • Maintained organized offender records and documentation in compliance with department and legal standards.
  • Skip tracing
  • court appearances in compliance with legal statutes
  • Conducted professional jail visits with inmates

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