Microsoft Office, Enhanced driver's license, Unit Movement Officer Course, TC-AIMS
English, Igbo, Pidgin
Substitute Teacher01/2017 to 06/2017NYC Public SchoolsNew York City, New York
Government and Economics.
Assessed development of students and modified teaching style to accommodate different learning needs.
Implemented highly individualized instruction to accommodate needs and abilities of differentiated learning population.
Collaborates with and developed relationships with fellow educators and parents to support needs of students and their education.
Developed lesson plans and administered standardized tests.
Observed and evaluated students' performance and development, taking copious notes for assessment and observation by guidance counselors.
Collaborated, planned, and implemented educational curriculum along with rubric, with other classroom teachers.
Curriculums utilized creative methods and differentiated instruction in multiple subjects in accordance with New York City and individual school standards.
Canvasser10/2016 to 12/2016AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL USA, AIUSANew York, New York
Distributed information about Amnesty International's mission; persuading people to care about Amnesty's mission and become members.
Represented a positive image of AIUSA to the public; utilizing public speaking and ability to maintain upbeat attitude to engage the public
As a canvasser, I work in public spaces informing people about the good work Amnesty did and does; persuading and inspiring New Yorkers to support, as members on a recurring basis.
I walk up to strangers, speak to strangers and engage them at a rate of about 15 people a day.
Officer-In-Charge (OIC) and Staff Support07/2016 to 09/2016UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVEFort Knox, Kentucky
Officer-in-charge of a dedicated 5-man team sent to Cadet Command to educate Army ROTC cadets on the variety of exclusive opportunities and benefits found in the United States Army Reserve officer corps.
Interviewed and mentored cadets through direct engagement in order to record and collect feedback on career goals and preferences of cadets in selection of career branches and units that best fit their personal needs.
During the duration of assignment signed up 400+ cadets into Reserve units in their desired locale or within 50 miles.
During mission reset, assessed and analyzed the impact of this mission and made recommendations to senior leaders that could both streamline processes and save time for next year's iteration of training.
Platoon Leader09/2015 to CurrentUNITED STATES ARMY RESERVE 773rd Transportation CoFort Totten, New York
Commissioned officer responsible for a 40-man platoon with $3 million in equipment and assets in a petroleum delivery unit.
Tasked with maximizing unit performance in a time-sensitive environment to achieve goals, vision and objectives of commander and support decision making with facts and information.
Collaborate with other staff members to formulate and implement policies, procedures, goals, or objectives as directed by command.
Monitor operations to ensure that subordinates comply with doctrine, command policies and procedures, safety rules or government regulations.
Real Estate Finance Intern12/2013 to 01/2014ALMATBrooklyn, New York
Acquired skills in investment analysis, risk analysis, risk management and asset valuation.
Provided critical administrative support during asset acquisitions projects in the US and abroad.
Coordinated joint ventures between ALMAT and its partners for acquisition of real estate valued at $25 million.
Provided customer support for accounts critical to ALMAT's external development.
Extensively developed interpersonal skills during collaborations with key internal departments to bring acquisitions to fruition.
Refugee Resettlement; ESL Student Volunteer02/2013 to 05/2013Journey's End Refugee Services, IncBuffalo, New York
Animal Welfare; Student Volunteer03/2012 to 04/2012Anderson Inner-city Animal HospitalBuffalo, New York
Officer08/2011 to 09/2015ARMY ROTC Golden Griffin Battalion, Canisius College R.O.T.CBuffalo, New York
As both student and cadet, developed and honed leadership skills and critical thinking abilities; in college was routinely delegated authority upwards of 30 cadets at a time and for unit assets reaching $600,000.
Served as Intel Officer, Logistics Officer and Personnel Officer picking up tangible skills in human resources, supply and maintenance, and security/risk management.
Gained experience in training and leading both peers and subordinates with an eye on maximizing performance and completing tasks on time, all in situations outside comfort zone.
Education and Training
Transportation Basic Officer Leaders Course
Capstone: 5-Day Army Logistics and Transportation ExerciseJune 2016Army Logistics UniversityFort Lee, Virginia
B.Sc: Marketing, International Business Sustainability and Social JusticeSept 2015Canisius CollegeBuffalo, New YorkMarketing, International Business Sustainability and Social Justice Capstone: "Ethics, Poverty and Justice"