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Jessica Claire
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Executive Profile

[Job Title] driven to manage costs and establish strategic, mutually beneficial partnerships and relationships with users, vendors and service providers.Ambitious [Job Title] who creates strategic alliances with organization leaders to effectively align with and support key business initiatives. Builds and retains high performance teams by hiring, developing and motivating skilled professionals.

Skill Highlights
  • Education Director / Program Manager
  • Commitment | Passion | Excellence | Results
  • Dynamic and goal-driven professional with exceptional experience in providing the vision, organizational strategy, and focus for advancing operational sustainability efforts for University. Extensive background in new program development, office administration, budget management, and college going programs with focus on STEM. Intentional in creating relationships with individuals from diverse cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds, and establishing rapport with people of all levels to develop trusting relationships. Talented in program management, administrative support, monitoring and reporting with the ability to prioritize, multitask and take the initiative during complex projects to achieve timely and efficient results.
  • Areas of Key Strengths:
  • Program Management
  • Administration and Operations
  • Training & Development
  • Process Implementation
  • Event Supervision
  • Organizational Leadership
  • Strategic Planning
  • Diversity Planning
  • Community Organization Work
  • College Going Workshops
  • Relationship Building
  • Student Advising
  • Education Director
  • Strategic Planning
  • Diversity Planning
  • Operations
  • Training & Development
  • Process Implementation
  • Small business development
  • Relationship BuildingEvent Supervision
  • Project management
  • Student Advising
  • Leadership/communication skills
  • Business operations organization
  • Client account management
  • Human resources
  • Budgeting expertise
  • Negotiations expert
  • Employee relations
Core Accomplishments

•Developed and implemented new programs to support the First Gen community at Stanford.

•Met with students to assess needs of first gen populations at Stanford.

•Assistant instructor for Intergroup Communications class. PSYCH 195/CSRE 195

•Acted as a lead facilitator of a for-credit class a class to promote deeper conversations and sense of belonging for students. PSYCH-195

•Built strong relationships with community centers and key resources throughout Stanford campus to connect students to resources.

•One on one advising with students and acted as advisor for First Generation Low Income Partnership student organization

•Helped develop and implement a mentoring program for First Gen undergrad students connecting with First Gen graduate students, with a plan to expand.

•Developed a strategy for Social Media campaigns for the Diversity and First Gen Programs.

•Worked on the Student Affairs Web Team in improving the website platforms for Stanford Student Affairs.

•Served on the Leadership Team for the Intergroup Dialogue Collaboration across Student Affairs to improve and promote open dialogue in Student Affairs.

•Liaison with other University units to assist Associate Dean to raise awareness and to educate staffs on the unique issues faced by 1st Generation/economically disadvantaged undergraduates.

•Assist in developing and implement outreach and education programs that address broad areas of diversity in the student community. Recruiting and supervising student employees.

•Help to create diversity-training modules to train RAs, Greek leadership, and other student leaders.

•Work closely with the Associate Dean and the appropriate offices in Student Affairs to assure all is being done to anticipate, prevent and respond to acts of intolerance

•Support mediated discussions between individuals and groups in response to acts of intolerance.

Help to draft a training module for education and outreach to the student community on AOI.

Professional Experience
Program Associate, 04/2013 - Present
Summer Search , ,
  • Diversity and First Generation Program Office Developed and implemented new programs to support the First Gen community at Stanford.
  • Met with students to assess needs of first gen populations at Stanford.
  • Assistant instructor for Intergroup Communications class.
  • PSYCH 195/CSRE 195 Acted as a lead facilitator of a for-credit class a class to promote deeper conversations and sense of belonging for students.
  • PSYCH-195 Built strong relationships with community centers and key resources throughout Stanford campus to connect students to resources.
  • One on one advising with students and acted as advisor for First Generation Low Income Partnership student organization Helped develop and implement a mentoring program for First Gen undergrad students connecting with First Gen graduate students, with a plan to expand.
  • Developed a strategy for Social Media campaigns for the Diversity and First Gen Programs.
  • Worked on the Student Affairs Web Team in improving the website platforms for Stanford Student Affairs.
  • Served on the Leadership Team for the Intergroup Dialogue Collaboration across Student Affairs to improve and promote open dialogue in Student Affairs.
  • Liaison with other University units to assist Associate Dean to raise awareness and to educate staffs on the unique issues faced by 1st Generation/economically disadvantaged undergraduates.
  • Assist in developing and implement outreach and education programs that address broad areas of diversity in the student community.
  • Recruiting and supervising student employees.
  • Help to create diversity-training modules to train RAs, Greek leadership, and other student leaders.
  • Work closely with the Associate Dean and the appropriate offices in Student Affairs to assure all is being done to anticipate, prevent and respond to acts of intolerance Support mediated discussions between individuals and groups in response to acts of intolerance.
  • Help to draft a training module for education and outreach to the student community on AOI.
Director of COSMOS , 2014 - 06/2015
State Of Delaware , ,
  • Received certification as an admissions reader for University of California.
  • Read and score applications for admissions for frosh.
  • Attend regular norming meetings with admissions staff.
Statewide Program Manager, 2007 - 2011
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT SANTA CRUZ - Educational Partnership Center , ,
  • California State Summer School for Math and Science) http://cosmos.ucsc.edu Organized and facilitated a 4-week residential program connecting university faculty and college students with 175 high school students and teachers yearly.
  • Provided training for all staff and students.
  • Diversity training Mandated Reporting College going curriculum (financial aid, study skills, SAT/ACT test prep) Managed a staff of nine faculty members, twelve TAs, six administrative support staff, and eighteen college students.
  • Worked proactively with faculty and staff to create curriculum for academic and residential activities.
  • Expertly managed a budget of $850,000 and complied with Statewide (University of California Office of the President) deliverables.
  • Actively participated as a member of the Leadership Team in the Educational Partnership Center at UC Santa Cruz.
  • Statewide Program Manager for Summer Advancement Academies Developed and implemented Advancement Academies across the state.
  • Over thirty under-resourced schools in California participated in the Academies represented by UCSF, UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz, UC Santa Barbara, and UC San Diego.******* Collaborated with curriculum team for Summer Advancement Academies to create program curriculum - academic and college readiness.
  • Managed budget from UC office of the President (UCOP) Managed Statewide Program staff in the delivery of services and requirements of the program according to UCOP.
  • Lead college preparatory workshops across the state Financial Aid, Parent programs, College Readiness, Study Skills Director of MESA (Mathematics, Engineering, Science, Achievement) http://mesa.ucsc.edu/about/index.html Responsible for the implementation of MESA Day Regional Competition.
  • 400 students and their families attend yearly from Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties with their advisors.
  • Participating in STEM related competitions to build their capacity to excel in the STEM field.
  • Established and maintained relationships with partner schools.
  • Worked with students to create a college bound population.
  • Gave college readiness workshops/presentations for parents and students.
  • Met with students as needed for advising.
Executive Director, 01/2000 - 01/2006
COMMUNITY HEALTH CHARITIES OF CALIFORNIA City, ,
  • Prepared and organized fundraising campaigns for over 50 health related non-profit organizations through payroll deductions.
  • Directly responsible for managing budget and supervising staff.
  • Provided information through presentations to organizations and work groups of partner charities.
  • Coordinated fundraising and appreciation events for staff, donors, and partners.
  • Worked with an advisory board to continuously improve partnerships and fundraising strategies.
  • Maintained relations with donors and companies, and coordinated volunteer opportunities for companies.
  • Created new methods of fundraising for over 50 health related non-profit organizations.
  • Established and maintained relationships with donors.
  • Presented and encouraged corporate executives to implement CHCC as a part of employee giving campaign, and presented to staff to encourage them to donate to partner charities.
  • Maintained close working relationship with several other federations such as United Way, EarthShare, and Cultural Council.
Education
Master of Arts: Sociology (Education), Expected in May 2007
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SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY - ,
GPA:
Status - Sociology (Education)
Bachelor of Arts: Sociology (Knowledge & Education), Expected in May 2002
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SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY - ,
GPA:
Status - Sociology (Knowledge & Education)
Conflict Management Training in the workplace Diversity Training in the workplace Diversity Training with students Certified Trainer for Mandated Reporting Information: , Expected in
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Professional Affiliations
Former Board Member: CFRI - Cystic Fibrosis Research Institute, volunteer for Special Olympics, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Maui AIDS foundation, Glen Arbor School Member AKD: Sociology Honors Fraternity, Member American Sociological Association (ASA).
Skills

academic, administrative support, budget management, budget, Conflict Management, Council, credit, delivery, Financial, focus, fundraising, Greek, html, http, instructor, Leadership, Director, managing, Math, Mathematics, meetings, mentoring, excel, Office, office administration, Organizational, payroll, presentations, profit, program development, Program Management, rapport, RAs, Read, Recruiting, Relationship Building, reporting, San, SAT, strategy, Strategic Planning, supervising, Supervision, Trainer, unique, vision, website, Workshops

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School Attended

  • SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY
  • SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY

Job Titles Held:

  • Program Associate
  • Director of COSMOS
  • Statewide Program Manager
  • Executive Director

Degrees

  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Conflict Management Training in the workplace Diversity Training in the workplace Diversity Training with students Certified Trainer for Mandated Reporting Information

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