Program Director Moelis Access Science resume example with 20+ years of experience

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EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL: Seasoned in utilizing proven competencies in project management, staff development and student agency. Effective communicator, extensive planning, and organizational strengths as well as the ability to lead, reach consensus, establish goals, and attain results. Background includes optimizing courses and improving classroom instruction.

  • Active listening
  • Critical thinking
  • Communication
  • Relationship building and collaboration
  • Data-driven instruction
  • Curriculum development and support
Program Director, Moelis Access Science, 08/2017 to Current
Calibre SystemsFort Eustis, VA,
  • Responsible for K-12 STEM outreach, to West Philadelphia public schools.
  • Annually recruit and assign 125 undergraduate students, who offer K-12 student engagement opportunities to STEM educators at 7 public school sites.
  • Support the Educational Pipeline Program (Pipeline), at Perelman School of Medicine, which offers high school students exposure to medical pedagogy and careers.
  • Facilitate the implementation of STEM-focused academically based community service learning courses taught by Penn faculty.
  • Co-developed Imagining Mindful Frameworks (IMF) - a work-group responsible for sharing trauma-informed considerations with Netter staff, affiliated students and school community partners.
Assistant Principal at Concord High School, 07/2015 to 08/2017
OnemagnifyDearborn, MI,
  • Supported the academic achievement of students.
  • Monitored, analyzed, and provided assistance to certified and non-certified personnel within the school.
  • Ensured compliance with the Office of Civil Rights by completing all necessary documentation in a precise and timely manner.
  • Visited classrooms to evaluate teacher instructional techniques as part of annual evaluation cycle.
Principal at Talley Middle School, 04/2006 to 06/2015
Multnomah Education ServicePortland, OR,
  • Attained a growth rate of 19.3% of students achieving the benchmark in 7th grade mathematics STAR testing assessment in 2014-2015 where as all other BSD Secondary Schools increased 1-2%.
  • Supported the utilization of the educational website, 2014-2015, culminating in students resolving more than 465,000 mathematics related queries.
  • Introduced the utilization of the education website, 2014-2015, culminating in more than 9,200 student-initiated visits.
  • Maintained the least number of annual discipline referrals, at approximately 525, within BSD Middle Schools, as compared to 4,375 between the District’s 2 other middle schools.
  • Received Certificate of Special Recognition from the Brandywine School District Board of Education for “(Talley) Achieving Their First Adequate Yearly Progress Target in Reading and Math in 2008–2009” on December 14, 2009.
Instructor , 09/2010 to 05/2012
Little SproutsBelmont, MA,
  • Co-instructor of Education 699.072 (Urban Education Reform) in the Teach for America - Urban Teacher's Masters and Certification Program
  • Reviewed trends in education reform in Philadelphia, PA and across the United States
  • Facilitated and guided student development of inquiry-based master’s theses.
Interim Elementary School Principal , 08/2005 to 04/2006
Little SproutsBurlington, VT,
  • Selected by the Superintendent and outgoing Principal to lead Franklin Elementary School which was one of the District’s top performing schools.
  • Supported inquiry-based and differentiated instructional methods, evidenced-based academic objective setting via grade-level meetings, and an increase in state test achievement scores from the previous school year.
Assistant Director of School Improvement, 08/2003 to 08/2005
Trenton Public SchoolsCity, STATE,
  • Responsible for collaborating with school administration and faculty to facilitate academic achievement in a middle school and its elementary feeder schools.
  • Supported the PJ Hill Elementary and Hedgepeth/Williams Middle School administrative teams on a school review process (Collaborative Assessment and Planning for Achievement), as conducted by the New Jersey Department of Education, to evaluate and designate solutions for under-performing Abbott District Schools as delineated by NCLB.
  • Received professional development in Strategic Inquiry (an in-depth analysis of data, school practices, and perceptions by school stakeholders) from leaders at the Center for Evidence Based Inquiry (an organization of practitioner-analysts from the United States and the United Kingdom).
  • Selected as leader of the Strategic Inquiry Process for the Hedgepeth/Williams Middle School.
  • Served as a Strategic Inquiry team member for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School.
  • Supported the selection and implementation of an elementary mathematics curriculum.
Program Administrator, 12/2000 to 12/2002
Princeton UniversityCity, STATE,
  • Facilitated the implementation of the Princeton University (College) Preparatory Program (PUPP), by recruiting and selecting students, personnel, designing and constructing curricula, and organizing all affiliated cooperative functions regarding administration, faculty, and students from three different Mercer County high schools, Ewing, Princeton, and Trenton Central.
  • Supported 23 rising sophomores who completed the program into post-secondary institutions including Hampton University, New York University, and Princeton University.
  • Managed the Princeton University High School Program, offering possibilities for academically qualified high school students to take university level courses, by recruiting and selecting applicants and tracking their academic development.
  • Supervised student teachers and co-taught the senior level student teaching seminar.
  • Served as a member of the election panel for the Princeton University Distinguished Teacher Award for elementary, middle, and high school teachers.
Vice Principal, 09/1998 to 06/2000
Trenton Public SchoolsCity, STATE,
  • Supported the academic achievement of students.
  • Member of a design team, comprised of school staff, responsible for implementing a designated whole school reform model (Co-Nect).
  • Monitored, analyzed, and provided assistance to certified and non-certified personnel within the school.
Assistant Professor of Education II, 09/1994 to 08/1999
Rider UniversityCity, STATE,
  • Developed custom course syllabi outlining standards, material, grading and progression for students taking the respective courses Contexts of Schooling (a field-based sophomore-level secondary education course) and Teaching in High School (a junior-level secondary-education practicum).
  • Served as academic advisor for both elementary and secondary education students, providing necessary guidance through their pre-professional education experience.
Certified Teacher, 07/1993 to 07/1993
Brandywine School DistrictCity, STATE,
  • Engaged students and boosted understanding of English (reading and writing) using readers and writers workshop approaches.
  • Students' achievements were recognized by a local newspaper: (1993, August 6). Teens take a second look at English: Innovative class sparks interest in language. Delaware News Journal, Section B.
Certified Teacher, 09/1989 to 06/1991
School District Of PhiladelphiaCity, STATE,
  • Engaged 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students and boosted understanding of social studies at the Turner Middle School.
  • Encouraged critical thinking and discussion using variety of teaching techniques.
  • Co-facilitated university-assisted community school development through the Netter Center for Community Partnerships.
Education and Training
Ed.D.: Educational Leadership, Expected in 05/1998
University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA
  • Dissertation: Understanding and improving collaborative relations between an urban middle school and a university: Mayer B. Sulzberger - Center for Community Partnerships experience.
  • Marcus Foster Fellowship Recipient
M.S Ed.: Elementary Education, Expected in 08/1989
University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA,
Bachelor of Arts: Sociology, Deviance and the Law, Expected in 05/1988
University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, PA,

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  • Program Director, Moelis Access Science
  • Assistant Principal at Concord High School
  • Principal at Talley Middle School
  • Instructor
  • Interim Elementary School Principal
  • Assistant Director of School Improvement
  • Program Administrator
  • Vice Principal
  • Assistant Professor of Education II
  • Certified Teacher
  • Certified Teacher


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