To offer a distinguished background in a wide range of social service to an organization/or an agency that can use a resourceful, articulate, and mature professional with strong management and communication skills along with a talent for identifying and resolving problems
•Effectively managed caseloads of more than 30 clients at any given time.
Voluntarily created and implemented weekly group therapy
Co-Chairperson -Lao Family Inc., Water Festival, May 2008, May 2009, May 2010
•Chairperson-Family Advocacy Interagency(four agencies) Monthly Meeting, December 2008-2009
•Staff Retreat Coordinator-Lao Family Community of Fresno, Inc., 2008-2009
•Outreach Specialist/Council Member-Emmanuel Lutheran Hmong Ministry, January 2007-Present
•Chairperson -Lao Family Board of Director Recognition Event, February 2008
•Co-Chairperson-Lao Family Inc., 20th and 21st Annual Thanksgiving Event, November 2007 & November 2008
•Fire Victim Planning Advisory Committee- Fresno, CA., September 2007-December 2007
•Radio Anchor-KBIF 900AM, Tuesday, 9-10pm, April 2007-July 2007
•Co-Founder & Chairperson- local Fox Cities (six cities combined), Refugee Mental Health Advisory Committee and Wisconsin Statewide Refugee Mental Health Professional Organization, 1999-2003. Spoke person to local television and radio stations on behalf of the committee, enhancing community awareness of Refugee Mental Health Issues
•Hostess/Presenter- series of video collections on mental health & general health issues, Fox Cities, Wisconsin, 1993-2003
•Professional Speaker/Workshop Conductor over 75 workshops/professional conferences, 1993-2004
•Hymn Director/ Treasurer for Fox Cities Lutheran Church on 1996-2004
•Co-author a Hmong-English Mental Health Terminology Glossary, 2003
•Crisis Counselor, Appleton School Area District Crisis Responses Team, 2000-2003
•Voice Teacher, Hmong-American Partnership Inc., 2003
•Radio Anchor on Wisconsin FM91.1,Monday Night, 1993-1997
•Lead/Language & Cultural Teacher, four consecutive summer, 1993-1997
•Responsible for the Christian education of children in the congregation, includes the supervision of the Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, mid-week children's education programs, home training, and such other programs and ministries designed to further Christian growth in the life of the children of the church.
•Responsible for the training of teachers and leaders in the various children's educational agencies of the church.
•Monitor new programs, curriculum, and facilities as are necessary for vibrant Christian education among the children.
•Conduct monthly meeting, implement programs, and prepare an annual budget and submit to Senior Pastor.
•Responses to social issues linking faith, social responsibility, and serving as liaison with community organizations
•Assessed CalWORKs clients need, developed treatment plan and managed cases
•Tracked and case management of CalWORKs clients.
•Communicated with court officials for the handling of cases
•Served as a family advocate for court proceedings and provided inclusive supports
•Assessed client progress and effectiveness of treatment plans
•Involved guardians and family members in supporting therapeutic activities
•Provided one-on-one supportive counseling to battered women and children
•Counseled clients to assist them in achieving self-sufficiency by making them aware community resources and employment opportunities
•Conducted educational workshops, chaired monthly meeting, and prepared monthly program report
•Conducted interviews, evaluated emotional & behavior needs, and developed treatment plans
•Facilitated groups, meetings, and workshops
•Coordinated service networks for academic, psychological and social assistance
•Provided assessment and treatment services for families experiencing psychiatric, psychological, behavioral, developmental, and substance abuse difficulties
•Performed administrative duties including, quarterly reports, program planning and evaluations; and conducted in-house and community trainings
•Handled resource development and all aspects of case management
•Contacted and coordinated with other agencies to obtain assistance for clients
•Prepared and submitted requests for services authorizations
•Provided intensive home and community-based family preservation services based on individual clients and family strengths and need
•Trained and supervised college intern
Maintained a teaching load of [
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