Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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I recently graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from the George Washington University. During my time at GW, I worked with results-focused health professionals, gaining non-profit management tactics with background implementing strength-based research methods, particularly in the scope of Social and Behavioral Health outcomes amid health disparities reoccurring among minority individuals and at-risk populations in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Adept at managing concurrent objectives to promote efficiency and influence positive outcomes, I am currently pursuing my Masters in Public Health degree at the George Washington University, as I expand my knowledge further to encourage health sustainability globally with efficacy.

Education and Training
Master of Public Health: , Expected in 09/2022
The George Washington University - Washington, DC,
Bachelor of Arts: Psychological Brain Sciences, Expected in 08/2022
The George Washington University - Washington, DC
Bachelor of Arts: Psychology, Expected in 05/2020
University of South Florida - Tampa, FL

· Proficiency in SPSS data inquiry & Java for Mac & Windows; Microsoft Excel, Word, & PowerPoint.

· Health Outcomes in minority populations living among the Washington D.C., Maryland, & Virginia area.

· HIPAA and clinical trial compliances, patient confidentiality and policies held to IRB approval standards.

· Risk Management Assessments to Marginalized and Minority Populations.

· Ethical Protocols Met with Human Subjects: Consent Attainability and Report Analysis to PI -Investigators of Research Study.

· Problem resolution approaches

· Critical thinking skills


Ronald McDonald House Charities of Washington D.C.

  • Wrote grant to request funding from sponsors for HealthySteps.
  • Funding to provide nutritional, fresh foods and educational programs to fulfill health and wellness measures, for children and families living in the eight wards in the Washington D.C. area.


First Generation United

· First to graduate in the immediate family as a child of immigrants, now U.S. citizens.

· Unifying engagement by building networking skills with other students.

· Advocating to welcome diversity and inclusion within members willing to thrive and succeed with opportunities and fellowships.

· Promote their education and career motives once immigrating to the U.S.

· Member of American Medical Physiology Club (AMPC).

· Encouraging an interdisciplinary approach through advising and mentoring from current and prospective health professionals.

· Shadowing and participating in research symposiums.

· Volunteering with community service and engagement

· Partnerships affiliated with the Alzheimer's Association, Princeton Review, & Comprehensive Medical Mentoring Program

· Member of The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS).

· Engagement with recognition among immense source of quality

· Networking and attending speaker broadcast workshops, from CFOs and CEOs.

· Reflection upon barriers they had encountered along the way.

· Repetition and significance of active routine on engagement.

· Implementation of various perspectives, by promoting further duty of diligence and care for what one's mission statement defines.

· Partaking in community service and the significance of serving the public.

Volunteer, 09/2019 - 11/2019
Tacoma Goodwill Bonney Lake, WA,
  • A local non-profit organization in the Tampa Bay, Florida community, serving to provide a safe space for the homeless and vulnerable populations
  • Promoting self-sustainability and solutions within a positive environment, for individuals and families to thrive for successful outcomes long-term
  • Duties: -Assisting residents and those who qualified for temporary housing at the organization by ensuring their needs were met physically, mentally, and emotionally
  • Cleaning and wiping down tables and washing down utensils post-mealtime
  • Helping kitchen staff and chefs prepare food for residents and individuals by the appropriate meal hour
  • Working in the thrift store, folding, sorting, and hanging the clothing donations on each rack
  • Funded by the organization where the residents living in the facility may obtain any needed clothes, blankets, shoes, furniture, or miscellaneous items.
Front Desk Receptionist, 08/2018 - 12/2018
Sentinel Technologies Inc Winfield, IL,
  • Booking and scheduling appointments for students to speak with a counselor regarding transferring to four-year universities from the community college
  • Filing students’ documents properly and coordinating checking them before their appointments
  • Answering phone calls to confirm with students and faculty on their meetings with college advisors
  • Skills in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel spreadsheets
  • Setting up food and drinks on campus to promote events, along with creating poster boards and visuals to have students engage with one another with active involvement
  • Receiving feedback from the students’ experience at the connections center and developing Microsoft Outlook surveys on iPads with a series of questions.
Retail Sales Associate, 10/2017 - 04/2018
Skechers Usa Inc. Reno, NV,
  • Ensure customers are fulfilled with their concerns of merchandise purchases and assist with online orders when items are out of stock in store
  • Managing, securing the register and collecting inventory, recording profits made and goals indicated to reach for the week in sales, opening and closing the register for end of day count to keep records of transactions well-documented for close-out
  • Calculating daily sales and monthly profits
Volunteer, -
Tacoma Goodwill Ellensburg, WA,
  • Sorting table preparations, silverware, and plates, set up stage and curtains for the sponsorship events
  • Thank and recognize those who donate annually to the organization through private sectors, and Tampa Bay corporations
  • Business Breakfast of Champions” Event: Friday, December 6th, 2019 -Organizing and sorting canned food donations from the local community by the placement of food allergens during, the holiday season, and ensuring the foods were perishable to send out to the facility kitchen, where prepared meals with most of the canned foods and donations are sent
  • Holiday toy drive sorting, where each volunteer organized children’s toys and bicycles purchased by the local community and sponsors and businesses.

CITI Training: Human Subjects, Social & Behavioral

Obtained, January 2022

Additional Information
  • Awards and Acknowledgements , Tropicana Speech Award 3rd Place

Tampa, Florida

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