Enthusiastic educator committed to creating a learning atmosphere that is stimulating, encouraging and supportive for all students. Displays strong leadership characteristics, great communicator both oral and written with the ability to analyze and explain data.
Works well indepently or as a member of a team
Flexible and adaptive
Microsoft Office Suite
Training and Reassessment
Policies & Procedures
Led a comprehensive after school program.
Recruited by administrators to team teach new student orientation class on colliegate level.
Revised and improved instruction methods for new hire training class that became standard for Atlanta based company.
Senior Administrative Assistant January 2011 to CurrentMeharry Medical College － Nashville, TN
Coordinate and manage office activities and workflow processes to ensure smooth efficient operations within the department.
Perform administrative support duties and makes work related decisions in accordance with existing policies and procedures.
Build profiles for potential donors to solicit for funding.
Provide administrative and support services to the dean and associate dean.
Work with external organizations to establish partnerships for student external experiences.
Process contracts for program partners.
Developed intake documents to manage the externship assignments for student doctors.
Maintain student files containing procedures and evaluations for external clinical experiences.
Set up annual assignment of dental students with dental clinics for external rotations.
Maintained files containing evaluations of students and supervisors.
Organize events and programs for the dean's office and School of Dentistry.
Inventory and order office supplies.
Prepare quarterly reports on activities in the department of development and external affairs for presentation to governing body.
Update course material and input grades in Banner system.
Sales and Office Coordinator January 2010 to January 2011Shred It － Tucker, GA
Responsible for administrative activities within sales and operations department.
Directly responsible for reporting daily revenue to company database.
Work with district managers to monitor budget expenditures and decrease spending which resulted in a monetary bonus for office employees.
Maintain benefit information, and confidential employee files.
Manage calendar and plan office activities.
Process bi-monthly payroll and leave for thirty-five employees, made certain everyone was paid accurately and on time.
Work with clients to collect past due payments for services rendered.
Kept account receivables under five percent.
Enter company related expenses into SAP to obtain payment for vendors.
Processed timely payments on a monthly basis to avoid any late fees.
Work with company budget to plan and organize cost effective monthly functions within the organization for all employees.
Coordinate with designated team of employees to develop procedures to ensure health and safety, OSHA, and workplace compliance within the facility.
Manage the inventory and ordering of office equipment and supplies.
Remain below budget to save the organization almost twenty percent in supply revenue.
Sales Representative January 2007 to January 2009Shred It － Tucker, GA
Responsible for sales activities of assigned accounts or specific regions.
Directly responsible for maintaining designated sales initiatives.
Developed and utilized a scheduling and routing system designed to purge customers as applicable.
Present and sell company products and services to potential and existing clients.
Increased sales by twenty percent in the region.
Developed and maintained current sales material and product knowledge for clients.
Prepare presentations, proposals, and sales contracts.
Sought out and contacted seventy-five to one hundred potential sales prospects through media, networking, and direct contact.
Follow up on new leads and referrals resulting from field activity of networking events, door to door calls, and community events.
Followed up with all prospects within seven to ten business days.
Identified and resolved potential or existing client concerns by maintaining a good relationship with company contacts.
Prepare action plans and schedules to identify specific sales targets.
Created status reports that included daily activity, closings, follow-ups, and sales goals.
Collaborate with designated team of employees to develop procedures to ensure health and safety compliance within the facility.
Manage staff of drivers to coordinate the destruction of multiple organizations' proprietary information.
Administrative Assistant January 2006 to January 2007Morehouse School of Medicine － Atlanta, GA
Performed administrative duties for senior level executives within the National Center for Primary Care including calendar management, travel preparation, and document editing.
Support departmental chair in daily operations.
Manage grant expenditures through monitoring of monthly invoices, requisitions and travel advances.
Work with organizational constituents to coordinate meetings, conferences, travel, and special presentations for Chair of Department.
Prepare international and domestic travel arrangements for department chair.
Responsible for establishing and/or maintaining vendor relationships for departmental products and services.
Submit receipts and travel forms to accounts payable for reimbursement.
Prepare and edit power point presentations, outgoing correspondence, and speeches for Chair of Department.
Administrative Assistant January 2004 to January 2006Morehouse School of Medicine － Atlanta, GA
Maintained the office environment and served as a liaison between the Dean of Academic Affairs and medical faculty and staff.
Provided executive level support through document preparation, project management, travel coordination, and administrative support Manage the development and implementation of the institutional calendar to resolve scheduling conflicts within the institution; trained department administrators for use in all departments.
Utilize organizational skills to maintain office filing and institutional documents for the Dean.
Prepare and edit correspondence for distribution throughout the institution.
Assist with the retrieval of research articles in PubMed for lectures and manuscript references.
Handle confidential department documentation such as performance evaluations, grants, and departmental reports for recording and submission to senior staff.
Program Assistant January 2003 to January 2004Morris Brown College － Atlanta, GA
Responsible for assisting Department Chair and faculty with program activities and projects involving grant editing, calendar management, and office operations.
Acted as internal point of contact by responding to inquiries and requests from external customers.
Edited, reviewed, and prepared grants to ensure submission before deadline.
Trained and managed new student assistants while ensuring the adherence to policies and procedures of program including time approval, scheduling work hours, and evaluating performance.
Assisted with the development and implementation of project activities for incoming students through program placement, scheduling and logistical planning.
Collaborated with administrators at Clark Atlanta University and The Interdenominational Theological Seminary College to consolidate resources used to enhance the Summer Science Program.
Interviewed, evaluated, and participated in the selection of fifty to sixty prospective applicants to determine eligibility and entrance into the Summer Science program.
Minority International Research Training Program (MIRT), Cape Town, South Africa 2003 Trainee Conducted international research on health habits of sub-Saharan South Africans.
Worked with mentor to develop journal article analyzing smoking habits of South African youth.
Supervisor January 2001 to January 2005Casual Corner － Atlanta, GA
Supervised, coordinated, and participated in activities of salespeople, cashiers, stock clerks, and other entry-level employees working in the retail store.
Planned and prepared work schedules and assigned employees to specific duties.
Assisted Manager with day-to-day store operations.
Handled customer complaints or questions.
Ensured compliance of employees with established security, sales, and record keeping procedures and practices.
Worked with District managers to restock and/or transfer merchandise.
Managed payroll, email, inventory, and maintained reports.
Scheduled private shopping appointments with high-end clientele.
Supervisor/Cornerstone Facilitator July 2014 to CurrentUnited Parcel Service － Atlanta, GA
Establish weekly objectives for new hires to acclimate them to their new jobs.
Instruct new hires on safety and job methods.
Ensure existing employees are compliant with training updates and safe work methods.
Master of Science DegreeSouth University － Savannah, GA
M.S : Leadership, August 2010Leadership
Bachelor of Science DegreeMorris Brown College － Atlanta, GA
B.S : Community Health Education, May 2003Community Health Education
DeKalb County Reserve South DeKalb YMCA
Alpha Epsilon Delta Hands on Atlanta
Make a Wish Foundation ALS Association
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