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RESUME BOOK


<strong>2020</strong> <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> <strong>Resume</strong> <strong>Book</strong><br />

Dear alumnae, families, and friends,<br />

On behalf of <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> and Career Planning & Resources (CP&R), it is<br />

my privilege to introduce you to nearly 100 job seekers from the Classes of<br />

2019 and <strong>2020</strong>, an extraordinary example of the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> experience.<br />

Our graduates complete a core curriculum in interdisciplinary humanities<br />

and compose a senior thesis specific to their area of study. With a solid<br />

liberal arts education that develops critical, analytical, and creative thinking,<br />

these candidates are well suited for the most competitive jobs.<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> graduates go on to top careers in leading organizations from a variety of fields. Recent<br />

graduates are now working for Accenture, Allergan, Amazon, Bloomberg LP, Cambridge Associates,<br />

Consumer Watchdog, Cypress Creek Renewables, Deloitte, Epic, Ernst & Young, Intuit, Google, Irell &<br />

Manella LLP, Massachusetts General Hospital, McKinsey, Microsoft, Pacific Northwest National<br />

Laboratory, OnPrem Solutions Partners, Peace Corps, Urban Teachers, The Concord Group, Triage<br />

Consulting and VMware, among others.<br />

How to use this book<br />

We offer the <strong>2020</strong> <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> <strong>Resume</strong> <strong>Book</strong> as means of introduction to these impressive<br />

individuals. For internet privacy, students are identified by first name and last initial (in the case of<br />

duplicate aliases, an additional letter is included as a unique identifier). Please fill out this Contact<br />

Request Form (also found on each resume) to indicate which student(s) you would like for CP&R to<br />

contact on your behalf. On the form you may provide your contact information as well as<br />

information on any available job(s) you’re recruiting for. We will forward your information to the<br />

requested student(s) and instruct them to reach out to you directly.<br />

Each participant was given an opportunity to identify their top three industries, as listed on the<br />

following table of contents page. While you can browse through individual resumes, you may prefer<br />

to search by industry fields. The “Home” button located in the top corner of each page will bring you<br />

back to the contents page. The industry listed at the top of each resume will bring you back to each<br />

industry’s chapter page. We recommend viewing in full-screen mode.<br />

In closing, we invite you to post current openings at your organization with us directly on our online<br />

job and internship board, Handshake, and consider hosting information sessions, interviews, or other<br />

recruitment events on our campus. Want to show off your space? Inquire about Career Exploration<br />

Treks and host a group of <strong>Scripps</strong> students to identify potential interns and new hires. Please contact<br />

us with any questions; the CP&R team is here to help in whatever way we can.<br />

Incipit Vita Nova,<br />

Ashley E. Valdez<br />

Assistant Director of Employer Engagement<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Career Planning & Resources


TABLE OF CONTENTS<br />

CLICK ON ANY OF THE FIELDS BELOW AND BE TAKEN TO A LIST OF STUDENTS WITH<br />

MATCHING INTERESTS<br />

INDUSTRIES<br />

Arts/Design Fundraising/Sales Marketing/Advertising/PR<br />

Community<br />

Development/Recreation<br />

Government/Public<br />

Policy<br />

Museum Work<br />

Consulting/Management Health/Medicine Scientific Research<br />

Education<br />

Human<br />

Resources/Recruiting<br />

Social Services<br />

Entertainment<br />

(Film, TV, Radio)<br />

International<br />

Relations/Foreign<br />

Languages<br />

Start-Ups/Small Business<br />

Environment/<br />

Sustainability<br />

Journalism/Publishing<br />

Technology/<br />

Computer Science<br />

Financial Services Law Travel/<br />

Hospitality/<br />

Event Planning


ARTS/DESIGN<br />

Sophie Ba<br />

Miriam B<br />

Francesca B<br />

Clare B<br />

Alexi B<br />

Claire D<br />

Gabrielle G<br />

Bemnet G<br />

Rebecca G<br />

Julia G<br />

Mia K<br />

Katy L<br />

Natalie Q<br />

Megan R<br />

Eleanor S<br />

Morgan S<br />

Isabella W<br />

India W<br />

Alice Z<br />

If you would like for <strong>Scripps</strong> Career Planning & Resources to reach out to any of these<br />

students on your behalf, please fill out this hyperlinked Contact Request Form.


Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Class of <strong>2020</strong>: 3.6 GPA<br />

Sophie Ba - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

Contact Request Form<br />

• Major in Environmental Economics and Politics<br />

• Minor in Media Studies<br />

• Senior Thesis: Environmental, Economic and Political Implications of Sustainable<br />

Agricultural (In Progress)<br />

Experience<br />

Ocean Institute; Husbandry Intern, Dana Point, CA Summer 2019<br />

• Worked with husbandry department to create a management plan for captive animals<br />

• Completed archival research to best understand animal needs and lifespans<br />

• Helped establish strategies to utilize captive animals to educate the public<br />

Ken Sax Photography; Assistant and Editor, Santa Monica, CA Summer-Fall 2018<br />

• Created and maintained new company website, selecting photos to publish<br />

• Managed Instagram and Facebook accounts, increasing follower numbers tenfold<br />

• Used Photoshop to edit and review photos for publication, including archival pieces<br />

• Assisted with administrative tasks such as email correspondence within company<br />

Rover Dog Care; Dog Walker and Caretaker, Claremont, CA Fall 2017<br />

• Communicated with customers to develop personalized caretaking strategies<br />

• Maintained schedules to fit customer needs<br />

Tambopata Research Center; Research Intern, Puerto Maldonado, Peru Summer 2017<br />

• Researched macaws in the Amazon rainforest through surveys and behavior analysis<br />

• Collected, logged and analyzed data utilizing Microsoft Excel<br />

• Collaborated with research team members to complete surveys and nest maintenance<br />

All Star Baseball Clinic; Baseball Coach, Oakland, CA Spring 2015 - Fall 2016<br />

• Coached 6-11 year olds, functioning as a female role model in a traditionally male sport<br />

• Planned and led activities to develop players’ physical, emotional and social growth<br />

Cheetah Conservation Fund; Internship, Otjiwarongo, Namibia Summer 2015<br />

• Conducted field research on cheetahs and assisted with wild and domestic animal care<br />

• Managed camera traps and analyzed photos as well as field research notes<br />

San Francisco Zoo; Talk on the Wild Side Volunteer, San Francisco, CA Summer 2014<br />

• Handled a variety of livestock and exotic animals in the petting and insect zoos<br />

• Gave educational talks to zoo visitors about conservation and wildlife<br />

Awards<br />

• Presidential Scholar (four-year academic scholarship)<br />

• <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Dean’s List 2017/2018/2019<br />

• USA Rugby Academic Honor Roll 2018-2019<br />

Coursework and Skills<br />

• Directed Research Project, Fall 2019: Bridging the Gap between Sustainable and<br />

Conventional Agriculture: A Feasibility Analysis of a Pilot Syntropic System<br />

• Environmental Economics; Development Economics; Statistics; Energy Economics & Policy<br />

• Competent with data collection, organization and statistical analysis<br />

• Versed in Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, and social media<br />

• Proficient in Spanish


Miriam B - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

Contact Request Form<br />

EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

o Bachelor of Arts; Studio Art and Legal Studies double major<br />

o GPA – 3.7; Dean’s List Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2016<br />

o Awards: Presidential Scholarship (four-year), Millard Sheets Art Internship Grant 2018, 2019<br />

o Theses: Passe Pas: Rethinking the Passport; Remembering in Future Generations: American Holocaust<br />

Memorials and Museum<br />

Hamilton <strong>College</strong> in France, Paris Fall 2018<br />

o Sorbonne Paris 1 Law School<br />

International School of Boston, Cambridge, MA May 2016<br />

o French Baccalaureate, Economics and Social Sciences Track, honors<br />

RELATED EXPERIENCE<br />

Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Claremont, CA<br />

October 2019 – Present<br />

Turk Art Conservation Intern<br />

o Aid collections manager and registrar in reorganizing and labeling the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> permanent collection<br />

o Research collection, consisting of Asian decorative arts, Pre-Hispanic ceramics, European decorative arts, and<br />

works on paper and canvas<br />

o Co-curate exhibition of the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> permanent collection with student intern<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Office of Public Events and Community Programs, Claremont, CA October 2016 - Present<br />

Office Assistant<br />

o Advertise and promote “<strong>Scripps</strong> Presents” events through management of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter<br />

accounts while researching new social media campaigns<br />

o Collaborate with on-campus groups, departments, and external organizations to coordinate seamless events<br />

o Provide customer service as usher, responsible for live tweeting and livestreaming during programs<br />

o Generate online content by cutting video clips, organizing archives, and creating photo albums<br />

o Design invitations and manages RSVP’s using MailChimp, Formstack, and Eventbrite<br />

o Support large scale private events such as Commencement, Alumni Weekend, and Inauguration<br />

Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery, Washington, D.C. June 2019 - August 2019<br />

Digital Strategies and External Affairs, Public Programs Intern<br />

o Performed data analytics on program attendance to determine strongest monthly attendance rates<br />

o Assisted with after-hours program setup and breakdown, provided customer service during programs<br />

o Prepared event memorandum, vendor proposals, and budget for program with Washington National Opera<br />

o Conducted research and met with local organizations to implement teen programming and future projects<br />

o Created materials for children and family events by producing original craft instructions<br />

o Joined staff meetings and collaborated with fellow interns to analyze and report public programs feedback<br />

Art in Suburbia, Waltham, MA May 2018 - August 2018<br />

Marketing and Branding Intern<br />

o Implemented market research on Boston Area art organizations and launched successful marketing strategies<br />

o Maintained social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn) and created daily original content<br />

o Aided in planning gallery exhibition by scouting artists, providing proposals, and helping manage the space<br />

LEADERSHIP AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT<br />

Archival Assistant, Cambridge Center for Adult Education Cambridge, MA, June 2018 - August 2018<br />

o Reorganized photographic archive of the center for 80 th anniversary celebration<br />

Team Leader, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> New Student Program Claremont, CA, May 2017 - May 2018<br />

o Managed peer mentors and mentored six first-year students while programming student engagement events<br />

Volunteer, Chapparal Elementary School Claremont, CA, September 2017 - December 2017<br />

o Developed a German language and culture curriculum for young non-native speakers with another student<br />

o Taught 4 th grade students twice a week<br />

SKILLS<br />

o Languages: French (fluent), Italian (fluent), German (fluent)<br />

o Computer: Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Publisher, Adobe Photoshop<br />

o Social Media Management (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Mailchimp)


Francesca B - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

Contact Request Form<br />

EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA May 2019<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy Cum Laude GPA 3.8<br />

• Thesis: Higher-Order Thought and Borderline Cases of Consciousness: Objection to HOT<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Hunger Intervention Program<br />

October 2019-present<br />

AmeriCorps Member, Food Security and Nutrition Program Coordinator<br />

• Coordinated the Healthy HIP Pack Program by facilitating school partnerships, organizing volunteer<br />

events and tracking inventory<br />

• Redesigned and improved the contents of the Health HIP Packs in order to lower sodium and added sugar<br />

in the pack<br />

• Facilitated nutrition/cooking classes for elementary school students in after school programs and<br />

enrichment programs, which involved creating class agendas, instructing classes of 10-15 students, and<br />

implementing data collection surveys to monitor behavioral change in their healthy eating habits<br />

• Assisted with fundraising and donor outreach<br />

The Humane League August 2018 – August 2019<br />

Grassroots Outreach Intern<br />

• Organized a protest for the 88% McDonald’s campaign, which urges McDonald’s to update their welfare<br />

policy for broiler chickens<br />

• Drafted letters to the editor on McDonald’s business model and the consumer demand for higher welfare<br />

standards for farm animals<br />

• Conducted research to update Humane Education presentations on climate change and the animal<br />

agriculture industry<br />

• Managed an outreach table at OC VegFest to raise awareness on Prop 12 and assist people with iAnimal<br />

virtual reality headsets<br />

The Motley Coffeehouse<br />

Barista September 2015 – May 2019<br />

• Maintained a high level of consistency and customer service while performing barista duties including<br />

drink making, stocking, register, and knowledge of inventory and policies.<br />

• Performed general cleaning and maintenance of the space, including a bi-yearly deep clean<br />

• Generated ideas to help align the space with our mission statement, such as exhibiting student art on the<br />

walls and promoting sustainable product chains<br />

• Participated in a products committee conducting research on the sustainable and ethical sourcing of the<br />

companies The Motley purchases from<br />

LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES<br />

• Co-leader, 5C Students for Animals, Claremont, CA<br />

o Recruited members, delegated tasks according to member interest, organized cooking and<br />

outreach events<br />

• Content Editor, [In]visible Magazine, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

o Edited submissions, attended bi-monthly meetings, crafted my own submissions, facilitated<br />

outreach at club fairs<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Languages: Spanish (Advanced), French (Intermediate)<br />

• Certifications: Food Handler’s Certification


Clare B - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

Contact Request Form<br />

EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected <strong>2020</strong><br />

Major in Environmental Analysis: Sustainability and the Built Environment; Minor in Studio Art<br />

Dean’s List 2016–2019, Cumulative GPA: 3.8<br />

● Relevant Coursework: Sustainable Design, Urban Planning, Political and Environmental Studies, Architecture<br />

● Thesis: “Unaccepted Streets in Bayview Hunters Point: Addressing Spatial Injustice Through Public Open Space”<br />

DIS Abroad, Copenhagen, Denmark Fall 2018<br />

Architecture Design Studio<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Barista, Motley Coffeehouse (Claremont, CA)<br />

2019–present<br />

● Prepare drinks, serve customers, and participate in the organization and management of the student-run business and<br />

in conversations on inclusivity and sustainability.<br />

Intern, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition (San Francisco, CA) Summer 2018<br />

● Assisted the Advocacy Team with grassroots outreach including street side outreach or phone calls and emails to<br />

individual members, and attended a variety of meetings with the SFMTA Sustainable Streets and Livable Streets<br />

divisions to make public comment on relevant city planning decisions.<br />

● Developed a design report to guide bicycle advocates and city planners in promoting and implementing bicyclefriendly<br />

traffic calming measures for the SFMTA Excelsior Neighborhood Traffic Calming Project.<br />

Barista, Sightglass Coffee (San Francisco, CA)<br />

2018–present<br />

● Work as a barista at the SFMoMA, Divisadero, 7th Street, and Ferry Plaza Farmers Market coffee bars<br />

Intern, Rediscovery Centre (Dublin, Ireland) Summer 2017<br />

● Prepared strategy documents and presentations for internal and external meetings, conducted research pertaining to<br />

sustainability and resource management of the recently constructed WISER Life building, and supported the<br />

management of events, education workshops, and tours.<br />

● Successfully assisted with grant applications to award $10,000 to the Rediscovery Centre, allowing the center to<br />

provide free educational workshops for up to 600 children from disadvantaged schools.<br />

Bay Area Air Quality Management District – SFMTA Internship Program (San Francisco, CA) Summer 2016<br />

● Created databases for public meeting planning, assisted with community outreach strategies, and developed youth<br />

focused program material to promote the Spare the Air program in the Community Outreach Department<br />

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE<br />

Liaison of the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s major Environmental Analysis<br />

2019–present<br />

● Foster environmental dialogue on campus and organize the visits of scholars and professionals in the environmental<br />

field to speak on campus.<br />

● Facilitate communication between the faculty, students, and alumni of Environmental Analysis and organize<br />

networking and social events<br />

Leader of the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s organization ‘Designing Urban Spaces’<br />

2018–present<br />

● Coordinate with faculty to collect resources and facilitate information sessions regarding the Sustainability and the<br />

Built Environment track within Environmental Analysis at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s.<br />

● Plan off-campus trips for students interested in architecture and urban planning.<br />

SKILLS AND AWARDS<br />

● Media: Proficient in Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator, as well as architecture and design applications such<br />

as SketchUp and AutoCAD, and GIS tools ArcMap and ArcGIS Online.<br />

● Computer: Proficient with Mac and PC, Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), Google Docs, and Salesforce,<br />

as well as programming applications such as Fathom and Scratch.<br />

● Recipient of WTS-Los Angeles Ava Doner Memorial Scholarship, 2018.<br />

● Recipient of the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Class of ’71 Merit Scholarship, 2016–present.


Alexi B - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

Contact Request Form<br />

EDUCATION<br />

SCRIPPS COLLEGE, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

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Bachelor of Arts: Double Major in Studio Art (ceramics) and French<br />

○ Studio Art Thesis: Language, Memory, Place : Building on Disappearance<br />

Cumulative GPA 4.0; Dean’s list; Fall 2016 - current<br />

● Recipient of <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Mellon Humanities Interdisciplinary Summer Fellowship (2019)<br />

HAMILTON IN FRANCE, Paris, France - Semester Abroad September - December 2018<br />

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOL OF THE ARTS, CA - Visual Arts Conservatory June 2016<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

SUSTAINABILITY<br />

SCRIPPS FOOD RECOVERY NETWORK - Chapter president and founding member<br />

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Implemented first food recovery program on <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> campus<br />

Oversee 2 recoveries per week, averaging 1700 lbs. food donated per semester<br />

Serve as liaison between <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> dining service provider, local shelters and student volunteers<br />

November 2016 - Present<br />

SCRIPPS SUSTAINABILITY ANNUAL REPORT - Intern June 2018 - August 2018<br />

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Researched, designed, wrote and published <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>’s first Sustainability Annual Report<br />

Mentored by <strong>Scripps</strong> Sustainability Coordinator to create report as baseline for future editions<br />

ART + DESIGN | https://alexibutts.myportfolio.com/<br />

ELLEN FRIEDLANDER PHOTOGRAPHY - Assistant<br />

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Designed and now maintain artist website for ellenfriedlanderphotography.com<br />

Generate presentations for artist talks and workshops<br />

January 2015 - Present<br />

A.I.R. VALLAURIS, FRANCE - Ceramics artist in residence May 2019 -June 2019<br />

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Accepted as youngest artist in residence with final sculpture acquired into permanent collection<br />

Conducted 18 interviews with French Nationals as the medium for final conceptual ceramics project<br />

Exhibited in end-of-residency group show at Chapelle de la Miséricorde, Vallauris<br />

ASIA SOCIETY HONG KONG CENTER - Intern (Arts and Culture Team) June 2017– July 2017<br />

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Assisted in writing and overseeing of publications, event proposals and program announcements<br />

Collaborated with other interns to design a school workbook for the fall (2017) gallery exhibition<br />

Researched Hong Kong arts industry for upcoming workshops, exhibitions and lectures<br />

SCRIPPS COLLEGE JOURNAL - Art Editor April 2017- May 2019<br />

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Assessed and organized art entries for the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> annual art and literary magazine<br />

Created design and layout of 2018 edition of the journal<br />

LEADERSHIP<br />

CLAREMONT-MUDD-SCRIPPS WOMEN’S & MEN’S TENNIS -Manager January 2018- May 2019<br />

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Supervised, trained and recruited student staff for all home matches, including national tournaments<br />

Served as primary contact for visiting team, managed live-streaming as well as performing post-match data entry<br />

STUDENT FRENCH TEACHER AT CHAPARRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL September 2017 - December 2017<br />

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Taught 6th grade class following self-designed French language and culture mini-curriculum<br />

Developed curriculum using total immersive language teaching approach<br />

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Advanced French language (verbal and written)<br />

SKILLS<br />

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Proficient in Adobe Illustrator & In-Design


Claire D - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

Contact Request Form<br />

Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>- Claremont, CA Expected Graduation: May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Economics Current GPA: 11.16<br />

• Related Coursework: European Modernism, History of Photography, Native North American Art History, 18 th<br />

Century European Art History, Contested Spaces in 19 th century American Art History, Urban Life Japanese<br />

Prints, Introduction to Art History: Prehistory to 1400, Introduction to Art History: 1400- Present<br />

Pace Academy- Atlanta, GA Graduation: May 2016<br />

Cumulative GPA: 97.21<br />

Experience<br />

Annie Wharton + LA Art Consultants- Los Angeles, CA June 2019- August 2019<br />

Intern and Website Editor<br />

• Compiled an excel spreadsheet for every Percent for Art program in the country<br />

• Preformed search engine optimization to improve multiple websites’ trafficking<br />

• Witnessed the curation of an exhibition titled “Children of the Sun” which combines photography and abstract<br />

contemporary art made exclusively by women<br />

• Attended multiple studio visits of Los Angeles-based contemporary artists<br />

• Prepared an event hosted by ArtTable, a non-profit organization dedicated to women’s leadership in the arts<br />

Art Collection Management, Amber Noland- Claremont, CA<br />

June 2019- Present<br />

Personal Assistant<br />

• Compiled a spreadsheet of upcoming contemporary art auctions and fairs in New York, London, and Hong Kong<br />

• Updated collection databases with new appraisal values made by Christie’s and catalogued the change in prices<br />

• Transferred bills and receipts for recent art acquisitions into the correct storage files, updated the database for<br />

these acquisitions, and contacted contemporary art galleries about pick up and drop off information<br />

Williamson Gallery at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>- Claremont, CA October 2018- May 2019<br />

Wilson Intern in Arts Administration<br />

• Produced an exhibition utilizing Williamson Gallery’s collection<br />

• Installed the Salt & Silver photography exhibition by working with the lead curator to learn the process of<br />

creating an exhibition as well as how to drill and measure the placement of each frame<br />

• Facilitated an efficient procession and documentation of nearly 2,000 ceramic art objects from the Marer<br />

collection to photograph for the Marks Project<br />

• Assisted in coordinating the opening event for the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> 75 th Annual Ceramic Exhibition<br />

Athleta- Gap Inc.- Atlanta, GA June 2017- August 2017<br />

Sales Associate<br />

• Operated cash register and customer checkouts accurately while simultaneously building relationships with<br />

customers to drive sales and expand store credit card registration<br />

• Contributed to the visual display of the products in accordance with Athleta visual standards and ensured<br />

appropriate levels of products on the sales floor<br />

• Worked with store managers to brainstorm ideas to increase customer traffic and sales, and aided in the<br />

collection of data and analysis of sales per day<br />

Personal Assistant & Organizer- Atlanta, GA April 2015- August 2015<br />

• Efficiently organized various rooms in home, such as closet, personal office, kitchen, and playroom<br />

• Provided assistance with children while effectively multi-tasking with other independent tasks at hand<br />

• Organized and arranged appointments and meetings in a professional manner<br />

• Formulated a strong and trust-worthy relationship with employer in order to foster a pleasant and productive<br />

work environment


Gabrielle G - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

Contact Request Form<br />

EDUCATION<br />

Bachelor of Arts | <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> | Claremont, California | MAY 2019 | GPA: 3.9<br />

MAJOR: MEDIA STUDIES (DIGITAL AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA TRACK)<br />

MINORS: ART; FEMINIST, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY STUDIES<br />

• Senior Thesis: I feel like I can get home from here: An archive of butch lesbian life and persistence<br />

• Phi Beta Kappa. Magna Cum Laude. Dean’s List: FA 2015 – FA 2019.<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Media Studies, Film Studies, Digital Art, Photography, Printmaking, Art History<br />

• Study Abroad | Central Saint Martins | London, England | JAN – APR 2018<br />

o Free Elective Graphic Design Program covering Graphic Design, <strong>Book</strong> Design, Narrative Design<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Marketing & Communications Coordinator | Balboa Park Conservancy, San Diego, CA | SEP 2019 – PRESENT<br />

• Develop, edit, and coordinate content and strategies for print, digital, and email marketing<br />

• Manage organization’s social media presence and website and implement a content calendar<br />

• Organize, manage, and maintain all brand assets: images, copy, etc.<br />

• Identify and resolve communications issues in a timely and professional manner<br />

• Organize meetings and presentations and coordinate with vendors, contractors, sponsors, and partners<br />

Communications Intern | Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA | JUN – AUG 2019<br />

• Developed copy for website blog posts about visiting artists, their work, and SHG’s programming<br />

• Created and scheduled social media posts for Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter surrounding print<br />

inventory, artists, programming, and development initiatives<br />

• Conducted event/documentary photography during the community programming and artist studio visits<br />

• Interviewed affiliated artists, transcribed interviews, and researched prints and artists<br />

• Provided assistance with archiving, handling the print inventory, and event set-up/clean-up<br />

Teaching Assistant | <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA | AUG – DEC 2017 & SEP 2018 – MAY 2019<br />

• Teaching Assistant for Intro to Digital Art course for the fall 2017, fall 2018, and spring 2019 semesters<br />

and for Between Analog & Digital Printmaking course for the spring 2019 semester.<br />

• Supervised students and provided technical classroom guidance with Adobe Suite programs, analog<br />

printmaking practices, and digital printing<br />

• Performed administrative and other academic tasks for the instructor, including making a class webpage<br />

to display student portfolio websites and redesigning the main website for all classes' portfolios<br />

Digital Publications Intern | J. Paul Getty Trust, Los Angeles, CA | JUN – AUG 2018<br />

• Developed a new starter theme for the Quire framework and repurposed an older Getty ebook into the<br />

Quire format, using Markdown, YAML, and Github<br />

• Gathered and inputted metadata about past Getty publications into a database<br />

• Processed, formatted, and managed images and text content for digital publication<br />

• Edited transcriptions for the Getty's podcast, Art + Ideas<br />

• Provided assistance for the editorial team for an upcoming transmittal<br />

SKILLS<br />

Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, AfterEffects) | MailChimp | WordPress | Google Suite | Microsoft<br />

Office | Digital Publishing (Quire) | Graphic Design | Photography | Digital Compositing | Photo<br />

Editing/Manipulation | <strong>Book</strong> Design | Data and Repository Management | Canva | Markdown, YAML, HTML |<br />

Editorial | Copywriting | Teaching | Social Media | Art Handling<br />

PORTFOLIO | ofpresence.weebly.com


EDUCATION<br />

Bemnet G - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

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AWARDS<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, California Lori Bettison-Varga Fund Award 2019<br />

Class of 2019, Bachelor of Arts in Politics Samella Lewis Scholarship Winter 2017<br />

(Focus in Afrikana Studies, Concentrations in<br />

Bitch Media 2017 Fellow<br />

International Relations and Public Policy) <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Dean’s List Spring 2016<br />

Thesis: Black Student Artists’ Experiences with<br />

Survival and Change on <strong>College</strong> Campuses Through<br />

Creativity and Art (B+)<br />

GPA: 3.7<br />

Relevant Courses: Feminist Intersectional Leadership, Black<br />

Americans & the Political System, Marxism and Post Marxism,<br />

Africana Political Theory, Cultures of Empire, Resistance, and<br />

Postcoloniality<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Communities of Resources and Empowerment (SCORE), Claremont, CA. Artivism Intern, August 2015-April 2019<br />

• Led over 50 quality politics-based workshops and general events on a variety of topics to a wide audience of folks, consistently operating<br />

from an intersectional approach<br />

• Served in a leadership position and delegated tasks, as well as actively fostered community amongst the board<br />

• Sat on the Board of the Our Sound magaZine, constructed visual art pieces, edited submissions, produced art pieces, coordinated mass printing<br />

and distributed issues at art shows on campus<br />

• Designed launch parties and hosted, cultivating safe spaces for our zine’s audience<br />

• Managed social media accounts, networked, and promoted the Zine & events, which garnered a 50% increase in submissions consistently for<br />

2 years<br />

• Operated on a college access committee and volunteered at a local church youth center (Pomona Hope)<br />

• Generated a semester long curriculum for high school juniors and seniors<br />

• Implemented skill-building workshops for educational success and coached students in exploring their higher education goals and aspirations<br />

for a semester<br />

• Assisted in facilitating weekly staff meetings to review the workweek as needed, fulfilled general administrative tasks, maintained the front<br />

desk for reception, organized office resources, and calendaring with programming needs in mind<br />

Bitch Media, Remote, Writing Fellow in Pop Culture Criticism, September 2017- January 2018<br />

• Selected out of 4,000 application (U.S. & international) for a highly intensive remote writing position, which included participation in larger<br />

Staff meetings<br />

• Published a total of 7 opinion pieces in the field of Pop culture criticism, 6 online blog pieces and 1 print feature in the Revenge Issue:<br />

“Uneasy Spirits: Black Vengeance in Supernatural Pop Culture”<br />

• Shot and edited an artistic portrait photo from a larger film photo collection (“Chosen Family Part 1”) which was published in Bitch’s Revenge<br />

Issue<br />

Queer Resources Center (QRC), Claremont, CA, Queer Questioning Allied Mentorship Program<br />

(QQAMP) Co-Head Mentor, October 2016-May 2017<br />

• Reformed the program’s operations, systematizing and archiving program information (mission statements, purpose, event structures) and<br />

made structural changes around personal conduct amongst mentors, fostering a safer space for mentees.<br />

• Tailored weekly emails with a newsletter<br />

• Devised evaluations for both mentors and mentees<br />

• Aided the Director in budgeting finances, formatting reusable templates/spreadsheets, and allocating 100% of the budget given<br />

• Customized a large-scale programming schedule for the entire Spring semester and compiled planning resources for future Head Mentors<br />

• Oversaw events for students (such as ice cream mixers, movie screenings, and parties for QTPOC), facilitated and regulated mentor meetings,<br />

coached both mentors and mentees<br />

• Initiated, planned and executed a 3 day off-campus beach retreat for students in Laguna Beach in March<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Feminist, Gender, Sexuality Studies (FGSS) Dept, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Research Assistant, April 2017–August 2017<br />

• Corresponded with the head of the department, Piya Chatterjee to construct archival work, documenting student organizing information at<br />

the 5Cs, and shaped connections to transnational feminist theory building. This soon became the base for facilitating a 5C leftist publication<br />

(Muck Magazine) the following semester. Interviewed alumni and students involved in organizing.<br />

SERVICE<br />

• Watu Weusi, Member (2016-2019), Vice President, Mentor (2016-2017)<br />

• Muck Magazine, Founding Member, Media Section Editor (2017)<br />

• Admission Advisory Board for Diversity and Inclusion, Member (2015-2017)<br />

• Student Organizers United for Liberation (SOUL), Founding Member (2015-2017)<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Fluent in MS Office, PC and Mac, social media applications & analytics (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Soundcloud, Slack)<br />

• Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, flyer and brand design, campaign organizing, and fundraising


Rebecca G - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

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EDUCATION_______________________________________________________________________________<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies, Psychology minor Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• GPA: 3.4/4.0<br />

• Academic Honors: Dean’s List Honoree (Spring 2019)<br />

• Relevant coursework: Psychology of Fashion, British Horror, Contemporary Art & Society, Darkroom Photography,<br />

Screening Violence, The ‘Two’ and The Media, Personality Psychology, Organizational/Industrial Psychology,<br />

Psychological Statistics<br />

• Senior thesis: “Traumatized Characters in Traumatized Environments: A Look at Repression and Horror”. Collaborated<br />

with Professors Friedlander, Wing, & Wynter.<br />

• Queen Mary University of London, School of History (semester abroad) September 2018-December 2018<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE______________________________________________________________<br />

Fashion Photographer<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Freelance<br />

May 2013—Present<br />

• Photograph people and event spaces for special events, senior photos, and birthday parties<br />

• Partner with local magazines for fashion spreads and photographic projects to accompany printed and online articles<br />

• Collaborate with various photographers, models, brands, and companies on special projects such as videography<br />

Merchandising Coordinator<br />

Los Angeles, CA<br />

Relovv December 2018—October 2019<br />

• Managed an Instagram account with over 36k followers by creating content to post and marketing featured items, top<br />

sellers, and customers<br />

• Ranked items daily based on current desirability through the administrative software of the application to create a cohesive<br />

and current app and website feed<br />

• Curated collections of clothing online with 400+ pieces to improve the functionality of the website<br />

• Edited items posted by customers to ensure maximum sell potential<br />

• Cultivated relationships with influencers, brands, and boutiques to source items to be sold on the app<br />

• Helped to promote the mission of sustainability and principles of ethical consumption<br />

• Trained and supervised new interns to meet productivity and visual standards<br />

Influencer Marketing Intern<br />

Remote<br />

Zenabi Data Analytics May 2019—August 2019<br />

• Orchestrated influencer brand launch events by creating a guestlist of qualified influencers and selecting venues, florists,<br />

catering, and décor<br />

• Fostered relationships with well-known influencers and their teams to endorse partnered clothing brands<br />

• Engaged in marketing projects with influential brands such as Jack Rogers and Staud Clothing<br />

• Implemented an Instagram account to promote outreach and support for a new influencer marketing program<br />

• Compiled and analyzed data to determine the most efficient means of utilizing influencer marketing to advertise partnered<br />

brands<br />

Volunteer Resources and Special Events Intern<br />

Saratoga, CA<br />

Montalvo Arts Center May 2016—September 2018<br />

• Coordinated logistics for large scale events including setting up the venue, selecting and working closely with vendors,<br />

and running silent auctions<br />

• Edited official paperwork to ensure accuracy of important information<br />

• Directed marketing campaigns each summer to promote large scale events<br />

• Spearheaded outreach for event donors and artist exhibitions to collect donations and curate collections<br />

SKILLS AND INTERESTS<br />

• Computer Skills: Proficient in Adobe programs including Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere Pro, Audition, and InDesign.<br />

Adept in Excel, Canva, Word, and PowerPoint. Familiar with research databases such as JSTOR, Project MUSE, and<br />

EBSCO.<br />

• Social Media Skills: Experienced with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Reddit, WordPress, LinkedIn, and Mailchimp.<br />

Skilled in Planoly, VSCO, PicsART, and Canva.<br />

• Personal Interests: Visiting museums, reading, kayaking, baking & cooking, international travel, knitting, upcycling<br />

clothing, watching films, entomology


Julia G - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in American Studies, minor in Dance, GPA: 3.89/4.0<br />

Honors Thesis: “Performing Power: Black Modern Dance and the Cold War”<br />

Awards: Presidential Merit Scholarship, Dean’s List Fall 2016 – Current, Summer Internship Grants in 2018 and 2019<br />

DIS Semester Abroad, Urban Studies Program, Copenhagen, Denmark Aug.—Dec. 2018<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Office of Public Engagement—Programs Intern, Claremont, CA Aug. 2019—Present<br />

• Assists with programming for <strong>Scripps</strong> Presents, an interdisciplinary speaker series for the Claremont<br />

<strong>College</strong>s<br />

• Creates invitations and manages RSVP's using Mailchimp, Formstack, and Eventbrite<br />

• Supports and participates in large-scale private events such as Commencement, Alumni Weekend,<br />

and Inauguration<br />

John Howard Association of Illinois—Research Intern, Chicago, IL June—Aug. 2019<br />

• Conducted issue-based research on Illinois prison system and policy to contribute to public press releases<br />

• Visited 3 Illinois correctional facilities and spoke with incarcerated people about their experiences to<br />

contribute to public knowledge on prison conditions<br />

Art Connects New York—Exhibitions & Programs Intern, New York, NY May—Aug. 2018<br />

• Visited, assessed, and updated past art exhibitions at various public service agencies around NYC<br />

• Developed arts education program with 2 museum visits for 75+ residents at Robert Fulton Public<br />

Housing Complex<br />

• Archived past exhibitions by creating catalogues with updated artist biographies and photographs<br />

• Corresponded with board members regarding the Summer 2018 Fundraising Gala<br />

FLAG Art Foundation—Curatorial Intern, New York, NY May—Aug. 2018<br />

• Researched artists for future Fall 2018 FLAG exhibition and presented findings to senior curators<br />

• Transcribed interviews, edited copy, and identified images for FLAG’s 10th Anniversary Catalogue<br />

• Managed gallery space and interacted with visitors by engaging in conversations about the exhibitions<br />

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE<br />

The Balcony Gallery—Board Member & Curator, Claremont, CA<br />

Aug. 2017—Present<br />

• Develop themes and prompts for student art exhibitions<br />

• Curate student art submissions to be displayed on campus 3 times per semester<br />

• Write funding proposals for supplies and hosting speakers<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Dance Department—Student Liaison, Claremont, CA Aug. 2016—Present<br />

• Choreograph for and assistant direct the annual student showcase, In the Works<br />

• Chosen to perform at American <strong>College</strong> Dance Association Festival during Spring 2017 and Spring <strong>2020</strong><br />

Oral History Summer Workshop—Oral Historian, Hudson, NY June 2019<br />

• Selected for rigorous oral history program on the use of oral history as an ethical interview practice<br />

• Conducted oral histories with Hudson community members added to an archive of stories to combat<br />

recent gentrification<br />

The Student Life Newspaper—Life & Style Writer, Claremont CA Jan. 2019—Aug. 2019<br />

• Pitched and wrote 1000-word stories bi-weekly for the Life & Style section of the student newspaper<br />

Prototypes Women’s Center—Tutor, Pomona, CA Aug. 2016—May 2018<br />

• Tutored a group of 20 women living in residential treatment program in Math, English, and Science to<br />

pass the GED test<br />

ADDITIONAL SKILLS: Proficient in Spanish, HTML/CSS, Adobe InDesign, Film Photography, Microsoft<br />

Office Suite, Mailchimp, Eventbrite, WordPress, Audacity


Mia K - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Analysis – Sustainability and the Built Environment track (GPA: 3.86)<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Urban Health Equity; (re)Making the American Metropolis; Sustainable Place Studio; Green<br />

Urbanism; Geohazards; GIS in Environmental Analysis<br />

• Senior Thesis: Equity, Education, and Emergency: Examining Social Resilience-Building Pilot Programs, Methods, and<br />

Successes in Massachusetts Communities<br />

• Music minor (History and Composition track with a focus on Vocal Performance)<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

Admission Ambassador Coordinator <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Office of Admission, Claremont, CA<br />

Fall 2017 – Present<br />

• Act as prospective students’ first contact with the college, leading informational campus tours, representing the college at<br />

admission events, and corresponding with prospective and new students via email and social media<br />

• Perform institutional research, data collection and analysis, materials preparation, office reception, social media account<br />

management and content generation<br />

• Oversee student tour guide team by organizing schedule and team events, training, and facilitating office culture<br />

Summer Fellow Summer 2019<br />

Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW) through the Forest Foundation Fellowship, Cambridge, MA<br />

• Devised, pitched, negotiated, and secured Forest Foundation-sponsored community engagement internship at CREW<br />

• Mentored five first-year Forest Foundation interns through development days, grant writing workshops, and group<br />

presentations<br />

• Recruited/prepared city governments, public libraries, and other organizations to participate in CREW’s annual Climate<br />

Preparedness Week<br />

• Designed educational brochures for how to prepare for extreme weather events, a new organizational trifold, and more<br />

Program Intern YWCA Cambridge through the Forest Foundation Fellowship, Cambridge, MA Summer 2018<br />

• Participated in nonprofit leadership days studying diversity and inclusion, grant-writing, leadership, social enterprise,<br />

civic engagement, philanthropy, and nonprofit finance<br />

• Secured 2 nd place in grant-writing competition for composing operating grant on behalf of nonprofit Strategies for Youth<br />

• Co-facilitated YWCA Cambridge’s Get Out the Vote campaign, performed outreach & development for annual<br />

fundraiser<br />

Marketing Intern Central Square Theater, Cambridge, MA Summer 2017<br />

• Created online content, composed email campaigns, designed production posters, and managed social media pages<br />

• Conducted independent research on upcoming plays and compiled program notes for publication<br />

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE<br />

Environmental Analysis Liaison Pomona <strong>College</strong>, Environmental Analysis Department, Claremont, CA Fall 2019 – Present<br />

• Organize and host variety of events including: information sessions, speaker series, and community events<br />

President, Music Director, Social Media/Website Manager<br />

Fall 2018 – Present<br />

Womxn’s Blue and White A Cappella, Claremont, CA<br />

• Lead collegiate vocal ensemble in both management and artistic roles: booking gigs and managing performances,<br />

marketing, budget, website, and social media; running rehearsals, teaching, arranging, and interpreting music<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Computer: Proficient in Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, Microsoft Office, RStudio, and ArcGIS Online and Desktop<br />

• Language: Proficient in written and spoken German<br />

• Creative: Graphic design, skilled writer in both creative and informative formats, social media literacy, vocal<br />

performance, music arranging<br />

AWARDS<br />

• <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Dean’s List (fall 2016 – present)<br />

• Forest Foundation Fellowship (summers 2018 & 2019)


Katy L - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA May 2019<br />

• Bachelor of Arts in English and Politics<br />

• Cumulative GPA: 3.67<br />

• Dean’s List, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Fall 2015, Fall 2016, Fall 2017, Spring 2018<br />

• Senior Thesis: The New Horizons of Ideal Womanhood in Antebellum America: Christine Elliot and Linda Brent<br />

International School Bangkok, Pak Kret, Nonthaburi, Thailand May 2015<br />

Completed Full International Baccalaureate Program<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Post-Baccalaureate Associate, The Hive, The Claremont <strong>College</strong>s, Claremont, CA 08/2019 – 08/<strong>2020</strong><br />

• Assisted teaching a full-credit Harvey Mudd engineering course, called Human-Centered Design<br />

• Assisted teaching a full-credit course, Critical Design Studio<br />

• Create workshop programming for the full academic year, which consists of reaching out to potential speakers and<br />

collaborators, planning workshops, and all marketing and communications for events<br />

• Lead the Mobile Hive project: creating a compact, packaged version of the Hive that can be brought to other places<br />

that don’t have access to a design resource center like the Hive<br />

Steering Committee Member, The Hive, The Claremont <strong>College</strong>s, Claremont, CA 11/2016 – 05/2019<br />

• Review and approve of course grants proposed by professors at the 5Cs that have an experiential component and<br />

that allow for learning experiences that are not possible within the current course design<br />

• Review and implement the strategic plan of the Hive<br />

Office Assistant, Office of Public Events and Community Programs, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA 09/2016 – 05/2019<br />

• Manage the social media and e/mailing lists of the Office<br />

• Design and complete email marketing campaigns<br />

• Assist in event planning and set-up for events<br />

• Assist in ushering large events, being a point of contact with clients, and managing a team of students<br />

Student Staff/Outreach, The Rick and Susan Sontag Center for Collaborative Creativity (the Hive) 09/2016 – 05/2019<br />

The Claremont <strong>College</strong>s, Claremont, CA<br />

• Complete personal projects that impact the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s community by promoting collaborative creativity<br />

among students<br />

• Provide an environment to experiment, prototype, and fail safely<br />

• Manage the WordPress website of the Hive, design and distribute the monthly e-newsletter<br />

• Create physical messaging inside the Hive to encourage generosity and responsibility<br />

Marketing Intern, Coconuts Media, Bangkok, Thailand 06 – 07/2018<br />

• Shadowed the Marketing Director of the international (eight cities across Southeast Asia) online publication and<br />

news source<br />

• Brainstormed, wrote and edited sponsored content for clients of Coconuts Media<br />

• Managed the social media (Instagram and Facebook) by @coconutsbangkok<br />

• Processed data from Facebook advertising, comprised Return On Investment (ROI) reports for clients<br />

Youth Officer Intern, UNAIDS, Bangkok, Thailand 05 – 07/2017<br />

• Shadowed the Youth Officer, attended two international conferences<br />

• Designed and created a new website providing information about HIV/AIDS catered to youth in the Southeast Asia<br />

region (comprised of 38 countries)<br />

Internal Communications Intern, Greenpeace International, Phahon Yothin, Bangkok, Thailand 06 - 07/2014<br />

• Shadowed the Director of Internal Communications<br />

• Created physical messaging for the office to improve efficiency and communication<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Proficient in: Microsoft Office, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator<br />

VOLUNTEER & LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> International Community, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA 09/2016 – May 2019<br />

• Planned meetings to bring together international students at <strong>Scripps</strong><br />

Editor-in-Chief, The International, International School Bangkok, Pak Kret. Nonthaburi, Thailand 08/2013 – 05/2015<br />

• Senior Writing Editor: reviewed all articles that were printed in International School Bangkok’s student-run bimonthly<br />

magazine, The International, as well as any print that was uploaded on the website, PantherNation;<br />

facilitated brainstorming session every week<br />

• Co-lead a team of 30 writers, editors, photographers, videographers, and website programmers


Natalie Q - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, California May 2019<br />

• Bachelor of Arts: Environmental Analysis: Sustainability and the Built Environment, Studio Art Minor<br />

• Thesis: From Cars to Complete Streets: Integrating Bicycles into Seattle’s Transportation Network<br />

• Cumulative GPA 3.85/4.00 with Honors in Major (magna cum laude)<br />

Danish Institute of Study Abroad, Copenhagen, Denmark January-May 2018<br />

• Relevant Courses: Architecture Foundations Studio, Sustainable by Design, Watercolor Painting<br />

Experience<br />

Communications Intern, International Living Future Institute, Seattle, WA<br />

Sept 2019-Present<br />

• Support ILFI’s mission of creating a regenerative and just urban environment through design, writing, &<br />

management of communication channels at a highly collaborative & fast-paced nonprofit.<br />

Communications Coordinator, Arbordoun Skin Care, Lopez Island, WA July – Sept 2019<br />

• Managed Instagram & designed business card, brochure, product labels, & fall advertisement.<br />

Digital Research Studio Fellow, The Claremont <strong>College</strong>s, Claremont CA Jan 2019—May 2019<br />

• Developed an ArcGIS application to showcase archival material from the San Antonio Flood of 1921.<br />

Electric Vehicle Readiness Intern, City Manager’s Office, Rancho Cucamonga, CA Dec 2018—May 2019<br />

• Developed an EV Readiness Plan through community outreach, data analysis, and ArcGIS mapping.<br />

TFH Coordinator, Tiernan Field House, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Sept 2015—Dec 2018<br />

• Trained & hired staff, supervised daily operations, proposed policy changes to TFH services.<br />

Programming, Marketing, & Teaching Assistant, Pratt Fine Arts Center, Seattle, WA June–Aug 2015—2018<br />

• Managed communications between admin, teachers, & students for 8 weeks of classes for 600+ teens. Wrote<br />

and designed a grant application for the National Endowment for the Arts.<br />

Marketing & Development Intern, Shunpike Arts Management, Seattle, WA May—Aug 2017<br />

• Designed digital & print marketing materials & assisted with planning the 2017 Artists of Color Expo.<br />

Leadership & Volunteer Experience<br />

President, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Food Recovery Network 2016-2019<br />

• Oversaw donations of 3,000+ lbs. per year of food to community orgs to promote food justice.<br />

Editor-in-Chief of The Sentinel, Nathan Hale High School 2013-2015<br />

• Led a team of 35 editors, writers, and layout designers in producing one issue per month.<br />

Crew Leader, the Student Conservation Association 2012-2014<br />

• Led crews of high school students in urban & rural habitat restoration projects throughout WA.<br />

Awards<br />

Susan Lautmann Hertel Memorial Art Scholarship, 2018 - <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Merit Scholarship<br />

Yunni & Maxine Pao Memorial Scholarship, 2016-17 - <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Merit Scholarship<br />

Stim Bullitt Civic Courage Scholarship, 2015 - Awarded by the Seattle Public Library Foundation<br />

Skills<br />

Adobe Creative Cloud, graphic design, WordPress, Biophilic Design, journalism, Salesforce Pardot, ArcGIS & ArcMap<br />

10.6, SketchUp, 2D art & illustrations, Microsoft Office Suite, Google Drive, French.


Megan R - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

HUMAN-CENTERED<br />

DESIGN, BA<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Claremont, CA | Spring <strong>2020</strong><br />

3.7 GPA | Dean’s List<br />

Relevant coursework includes:<br />

Human-Centered Design, User<br />

Interfaces and Experience, Field<br />

Methods in Anthropology, and<br />

Research Design in Psychology<br />

GRAPHIC DESIGN<br />

DIS Copenhagen<br />

Copenhagen, Denmark | Fall<br />

2018<br />

SKILLS<br />

DESIGN RESEARCH<br />

METHODS<br />

• Interviewing<br />

• Stakeholder Mapping<br />

PROTOTYPING<br />

• Basic Woodworking<br />

• UI Wireframing<br />

SOFTWARE<br />

• Adobe Creative Suite<br />

• Sketch<br />

• SketchUp<br />

• Proto.io<br />

OTHER SKILLS<br />

• Advanced German<br />

ONLINE<br />

PORTFOLIO<br />

meganrobalewski.com<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Student Staff, Visual Communications & Print Lab<br />

Proctor<br />

The Hive at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s | May 2018 - Present<br />

• Designed collaboratively with Hive (the Sontag Center for<br />

Collaborative Creativity) staff to more effectively<br />

communicate brand goals through the development of a<br />

brand book and visual language standards<br />

• Elevated design elements including the website, brochures,<br />

design assets, and social media guide<br />

• Led weekly screen printing workshops to guide students<br />

through projects including posters, wall hangings, and cards<br />

Research Assistant, HEAT Lab<br />

Harvey Mudd <strong>College</strong> | September 2019 - Present<br />

• Researched on a team of four students and one professor<br />

at HEAT (Human Experience & Agent Teamwork)<br />

Laboratory to expand on existing Multi-Agent Daisy<br />

Temporal Network (MAD-TN) model for human-robot<br />

cooperation<br />

• Managed experimental design for a study testing newly<br />

created metrics of fluency for a collaborative task<br />

• Refined and prototyped experimental setup, wording of<br />

questions for participants, and submission of IRB proposal<br />

Co-Founder & President<br />

5C Design for America | January 2018 - Present<br />

• Co-founded 5C chapter of Design for America (DFA), an<br />

international organization using design for social impact<br />

• Created instructional materials and facilitated workshops<br />

on design thinking, empathy in interviewing, and<br />

prototyping for chapter of 25 students in the Spring 2018<br />

semester<br />

• Participated in 2019 DFA National Summit at Northwestern<br />

University to develop design and leadership skills and<br />

strengthen chapter network<br />

• Spearheaded recruitment efforts for Fall 2019 semester<br />

and created cohesive brand identity for the chapter<br />

• Guided three teams in a design project in Fall 2019 to<br />

help <strong>Scripps</strong>’ Motley Coffeehouse become more inclusive


Eleanor S - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

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Education<br />

Experience<br />

Scrips <strong>College</strong> Expected May <strong>2020</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Studio Art Major Spanish Minor<br />

Senior Thesis: Growing Through the <strong>Scripps</strong> Garden: A Field Study<br />

SIT Study Abroad Chile: Cultural Identity, Social Justice and Community Development<br />

December, 2018, Valparaíso, Chile<br />

Independent Research Project: La Apropiación de Arte Callejero<br />

Program Assistant - Project ArtStART, Claremont Museum of Art<br />

August 2019 - Present Day<br />

Mentor high school students to prepare them to teach art lessons to Claremont elementary<br />

schoolers.<br />

Facilitate leadership and team building exercises for high school students.<br />

Scholar in Action - Laspa Center for Leadership<br />

August 2017 - Present<br />

Organize and evaluate grants submitted by students.<br />

Plan events and coordinate programming by working with supervisors and the student body to<br />

provide relevant and useful events.<br />

Facilitate the relationship between the Laspa Center and the Leadership Learning Community, by<br />

organizing joint events, connecting residents with the Laspa Center, and creating a supportive<br />

community within the hall.<br />

Education Intern - Children's Creativity Museum<br />

May 2019 - August 2019<br />

Facilitated art-making workshops for ages 6-12, allowing students to learn unique skills in art and<br />

technology.<br />

Guided and educated visitors through museum spaces to provide excellent customer service and<br />

information about the museum.<br />

Sales Associate – Nordstrom<br />

May 2017 - August 2019<br />

Performed daily department tasks including stocking, creating merchandise displays, pricing<br />

markdowns, transferring merchandise, inventory control, and processing transactions.<br />

Achieved daily sales goal by cross selling, promoting additional products and service, and<br />

maintaining close client relationships.<br />

Field Coordinator – State Representative Ruth Kagi 2016 State Elections<br />

June 2016 - August 2016<br />

Organized and helped train canvassing groups to promote the candidate.<br />

Aided the Campaign Manager in data input and social media.<br />

Skills<br />

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Proficient in Excel, Word, IMovie, Photoshop and Adobe Premiere<br />

Proficient in Spanish<br />

Strong Leadership Skills - attended the 2019 Leadership Institute at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>


Morgan S - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

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Interests: Evolution, Vertebrate paleontology, Scientific art and outreach, Collections management, Collection<br />

accessibility<br />

Education:<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, 2015 – 2019. Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Art and Biology. 3.8 GPA. Magna cum laude, Honors in Biology<br />

Dean’s List 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019.<br />

Undergraduate Biology Thesis: “Written in Bone: Damage Patterns in Agonopsis vulsa Armor”, 2019.<br />

Relevant Coursework: Anatomy, Evolution, Developmental Biology<br />

Work Experience:<br />

Collections Volunteer, August 2019 – Present. Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, Seattle, WA<br />

Inventoried and cataloged invertebrate paleontology collection, assisted with rehousing collection in new building<br />

space.<br />

Shop Assistant, July 2019 – Present. Grapheme, Seattle, WA<br />

Maintained, cleaned, organized shop and presses and sold greeting cards and stationary.<br />

Production Assistant, July 2019 – December 2019. Pike Street Press, Seattle, WA<br />

Inventoried, packaged, and shipped wholesale orders. Maintained press machinery and shop floor, assisted with<br />

production, sold stationary, greeting cards, and souvenirs.<br />

Teaching Assistant, September 2018 – May 2019. <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Assisted with class demonstrations and techniques, prepared classroom and materials, including machinery,<br />

paper, and inks. Oversaw and instructed classes during setup, printing, and cleanup. Supervised students one-onone<br />

or in groups.<br />

Collections Intern, June 2017 – August 2017. Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, Seattle, WA<br />

Reorganized collections, rehoused fossil specimens, cleaned storage spaces, and inventoried both current<br />

collections and items on loan. Assisted with movement and preparation of fossil specimens. Supervised by<br />

Meredith Rivin.<br />

Press Assistant, September 2015 – May 2019. <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Press, Claremont, CA<br />

Handled orders, invoices, shipping, and check deposits for books created by and bought from the Press. Designed,<br />

typeset, and printed projects (ranging from greeting cards to posters to books) on antique printing presses.<br />

Organized and cleaned studio and storage. Managed social media accounts for the Press.<br />

Research Experience:<br />

Undergraduate Researcher, June 2018 – August 2018. Friday Harbor Laboratories, Friday Harbor, WA<br />

Developed and conducted study on damage patterns in armored fish, using a micro-CT scanner, scanning electron<br />

microscope, and various 3D modeling and visualization software programs. Supervised by Dr. Adam Summers.<br />

Undergraduate Researcher, January 2019 – May 2019. Keck Science Center, Claremont, CA<br />

Surveyed, 3D scanned, and digitally rendered owl scleral rings using the FARO Laser Line Probe on a ScanArm<br />

and the software system Geomagic Wrap. Produced a protocol for the use of the equipment to help later students.<br />

Skills:<br />

• Trained to use micro-CT scanner, scanning electron microscope, confocal microscope and 3D laser line<br />

probe<br />

• Functional understanding of 3D filament printers<br />

• Experience with various digital modelling software, particularly 3D Slicer and Geomagic Wrap<br />

• Experience with database software FileMaker Pro<br />

• Proficient with Adobe Suite, particularly Photoshop and InDesign<br />

• Experience with cataloging and finding specimens within collections<br />

• Experience with photographing museum specimens


Morgan S - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

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Awards and Scholarships: 2018, Grace Nicholson Scholarship. 2018, <strong>Scripps</strong> Summer Internship Grant.<br />

2017, <strong>Scripps</strong> Summer Internship Grant.<br />

Publications and Presentations:<br />

Stewart, M. (2019, January). Written in Bone: Damage Patterns in Agonopsis vulsa Armor. (Poster) Society for<br />

Integrative and Comparative Biology Annual Meeting.Tampa, FL.<br />

In consideration: Kruppert, S., Chu, F., Stewart, M., Kolmann, M., Summers, A. En Garde! Poacher’s armor is<br />

an effective defense. Journal of Morphology.<br />

Additional Experience:<br />

Artistic: Proficient at scientific illustration, producing original figures to supplement my undergraduate thesis.<br />

Original artwork is held in special collections at Rhode Island School of Design, UC Santa Barbara, and <strong>Scripps</strong><br />

<strong>College</strong>, and has been exhibited in Amplify and Multiply (2017), as well as Art Senior Thesis Show (2018) and<br />

Anyway (2019).<br />

Outreach: Featured in article on student summer research, “Morgan Stewart ’19 Fishing for Answers”, <strong>Scripps</strong><br />

<strong>College</strong> News. Lab tours, Friday Harbor Laboratories. Press tours and printing lessons, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Press<br />

Other: Worked at a paleontological dig sponsored by the Burke Museum in Hell Creek, Montana, assisting with<br />

the collection of the lower part of a hadrosaur, during the summer of 2018.


Isabella W - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, California May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Creative Writing, GPA: 3.7<br />

• Dean’s List Recipient 2017/2018<br />

• Ruth George Poetry Prize 2018<br />

• Senior Thesis: Jawbone (Original play)<br />

National Theatre Institute, Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center Sept.-December 2018<br />

University <strong>College</strong> London, English Affiliate Jan.-June 2019<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Theatre, September 2009-present<br />

• Workshopped original play Things I Never Told The Stars in New York and at Portland Actor’s Conservatory<br />

(August 2019)<br />

• Directed Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves for Pomona <strong>College</strong> student theatre group (November 2019)<br />

• Performed in: Red Velvet (Ellen Tree), Antigone (Antigone), Peter Pan (Wendy), Much Ado About Nothing<br />

(Conrade/Dogberry), Charlie’s Aunt (Ella) et al.<br />

52 ND Street Project, Intern, New York, June 2019-August 2019<br />

• Worked with the Associate Artistic Director and ran lightboard for teen ensemble devising piece<br />

• Participated and chaperoned on week-long retreat to Block Island, and worked backstage crew for the annual Oneon-Ones<br />

show in New York City<br />

• Assisted the Executive Director, the Education Director, and the Development Director with administrative duties<br />

such as mailings, fundraising, marketing, and general office tasks; assisted the Director of Design & Production with<br />

organization and prop design<br />

Curriculum Associates, Intern, Portland/Boston, May 2018-August 2018<br />

• Researched and wrote a 30-page company history for the 50 th year anniversary<br />

• Interviewed CA’s President, CTO, CEO, VP of Implementation and Support, and more long-time employees<br />

• Delivered teacher training guides to every elementary school in the Salem-Keizer school district and supported the<br />

Pacific Northwest Team in organizing textbook storage<br />

• Contacted district superintendents and curriculum directors to encourage further involvement with CA<br />

Camp PALS, Counselor, Santa Clara, August 2017-August 2017<br />

• Partnered with an individual with down syndrome to support a week of new experiences and friendships<br />

• Fostered independence, growth and connection with other students by organizing activities<br />

• Participated as a team member of seven to create group events<br />

Hot Press Magazine, Intern, Dublin, June 2017-August 2017<br />

• Wrote 117 music news articles for digital content<br />

• Published an interview in the print August 6 edition of the magazine<br />

• Engaged with the public at four music festivals, breaking record for number of new magazine subscriptions<br />

• Collaborated with the marketing team to create new strategies for magazine exposure<br />

• Connected with local restaurants to put together data for the Best of Dublin 2017 Issue<br />

Study Breaks Magazine, Intern, Remote, January 2017-May 2017<br />

• Created original articles and weekly pitches, including student interviews across the country<br />

Viva! Event Planning, Intern, Portland, OR, June 2015 – August 2015, June 2016-August 2016<br />

• Designed two travel brochures for incentive programs<br />

• Developed and filmed a series of six vlogs for company publicity<br />

• Proofread and edited final documents including pitches, factsheets, PR articles and budget sheets<br />

TECHNICAL SKILLS<br />

• Language proficiency: Advanced conversational and written Spanish, beginning Italian<br />

• Proficient in Microsoft Office, PC and Mac proficient, social media management (Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat,<br />

Instagram, WordPress)


India W - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Claremont, CA<br />

- Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies, History minor<br />

- Relevant coursework: Introduction to Video Art, Documentary Media, Advanced Editing<br />

- Film portfolio<br />

Work Experience<br />

Writer/Videographer, The Golden Antlers<br />

September 2016 - Present<br />

The Claremont <strong>College</strong>s, Claremont, CA<br />

- Produce satirical video and written content for Claremont <strong>College</strong>s community<br />

- Collaborate with other staff members to generate ideas and material<br />

Video Production Intern, Optimist September 2019 – December 2019<br />

Los Angeles, CA<br />

- Researched and pitched story concepts for bi-weekly online video series<br />

- Compiled submissions for film festivals and online distribution services<br />

Pre-Production Assistant, 88 Filmworks June 2019 – August 2019<br />

Los Angeles, CA<br />

- Aided producer Allison Walter by designing a pitch deck for upcoming series<br />

- Completed tasks including preliminary casting and assembling visuals<br />

Video Intern, Aether Films May 2019 – August 2019<br />

El Segundo, CA<br />

- Gained an understanding of the film production process through behind the scenes support on<br />

various shoots and through breaking down gear<br />

- Produced a conceptual commercial treatment to demonstrate production skills<br />

Production Assistant, Various Filmmakers May 2018 – July 2018<br />

Tokyo, Japan<br />

- Assisted DP David Allen by building cameras and operating second camera on shoots for<br />

Netflix/Vox Media show Explained and upcoming feature documentary Nourishing Japan<br />

- Monitored and organized equipment during interviews and interpreted on set for filmmaker<br />

Abigail Child during preliminary research for upcoming untitled feature documentary<br />

Senior/Junior Counselor, Nanbo Discovery Camp Summers 2014 – 2018<br />

Chikura, Japan<br />

- Mentored 8 children per session, supporting and supervising camper experience<br />

- Facilitated activities such as journal writing, craft making, and team building games<br />

- Coordinated with administrative staff, serving as a mentor to junior counselors after promotion<br />

to senior counselor in Summer of 2018<br />

Skills<br />

Intermediate Spanish and Japanese<br />

Proficient in Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, and Adobe Creative Suite<br />

Skilled in camera operation, still and video (Canon C100, Nikon D3600)


Alice Z - INDUSTRY: Arts/Design<br />

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Portfolio<br />

alijinz.portfoliobox.net<br />

Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> ‘19<br />

• B.A. Art major<br />

Computer Science minor<br />

• Trustee Merit Scholarship<br />

Relevant Coursework<br />

• Human-Centered Design<br />

• User Interfaces & Experiences<br />

• Visualization as Thinking<br />

• Digital Humanities Studio<br />

• Theories of Contemporary Art<br />

• Fundamentals of Comp Sci<br />

• Data Structures Advanced<br />

Programming<br />

• Computability & Logic<br />

Skills<br />

Design Software<br />

Photoshop<br />

InDesign<br />

InVision<br />

Sketch<br />

Computer Languages<br />

HTML<br />

PHP<br />

Java<br />

Languages<br />

English<br />

(native)<br />

Illustrator<br />

AfterEffects<br />

Figma<br />

Balsamiq<br />

CSS3<br />

JavaScript<br />

C Language<br />

Mandarin<br />

Chinese<br />

(fluent)<br />

Experience<br />

AmeriCorps/House Operations Coordinator, Maggie’s Place<br />

September 2019 – Current | Cleveland, OH<br />

• Live in community at a shelter where up to 12 women can move in at any<br />

point of their pregnancy and stay up to when their child, if born, is 12<br />

months<br />

• Help shelter residents achieve their self-established goals with<br />

individualized, regular, trauma-informed mentorship<br />

• Work closely with a small team of ~5 Corps members to respond to<br />

emergencies, resolve conflict, and rise to needs of the moment<br />

• Manage the health and daily operation of the property and community<br />

vehicles<br />

Design Intern, Metric Design Studio<br />

August 2018 – January 2019 | Shanghai, China<br />

• Communicated with a team of 2-4 people internationally (on-site and<br />

remotely) to organize tasks, trade feedback, and track deadlines<br />

• Mocked up web designs with attention to each client’s brand and project<br />

brief<br />

• Translated static designs into dynamic, responsive webpages via HTML,<br />

CSS, PHP, and third-party tools<br />

Recent Projects<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Class of 2019 Mural<br />

October 2018 – December 2018<br />

• Designed and painted a mural featuring “talking” water lilies, touching on<br />

the college’s feminist spirit, beautiful campus, and student activism.<br />

• Navigated controversy over the water lilies’ content by opening up forms<br />

for comments, reaching out, making changes, and releasing a public<br />

statement<br />

• Coordinated the signing of 244 graduating seniors’ names on the mural<br />

Community Home Energy Retrofit Project (CHERP) Outreach<br />

Plan<br />

September 2018 – October 2018<br />

• Worked in a team of 5 to design an outreach plan for a local non-profit<br />

• Interviewed locals and built personas to find our specific user<br />

• Brainstormed, evaluated, prototyped, and tested ideas<br />

• Pushed team to pivot when our committed idea revealed flaws<br />

• Documented design process with visual notetaking, a four-page report,<br />

and a video illustrating our journey and final prototypes


COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/<br />

RECREATION<br />

Miriam B<br />

Clare B<br />

Sophie B<br />

Maggie B<br />

Kaela F<br />

Marissa P<br />

Isabella W<br />

Samantha Y<br />

Clara Z<br />

Alice Z<br />

Sahana M<br />

If you would like for <strong>Scripps</strong> Career Planning & Resources to reach out to any of these<br />

students on your behalf, please fill out this hyperlinked Contact Request Form.


Miriam B - INDUSTRY: Community Development/Recreation<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

o Bachelor of Arts; Studio Art and Legal Studies double major<br />

o GPA – 3.7; Dean’s List Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2016<br />

o Awards: Presidential Scholarship (four-year), Millard Sheets Art Internship Grant 2018, 2019<br />

o Theses: Passe Pas: Rethinking the Passport; Remembering in Future Generations: American Holocaust<br />

Memorials and Museum<br />

Hamilton <strong>College</strong> in France, Paris Fall 2018<br />

o Sorbonne Paris 1 Law School<br />

International School of Boston, Cambridge, MA May 2016<br />

o French Baccalaureate, Economics and Social Sciences Track, honors<br />

RELATED EXPERIENCE<br />

Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Claremont, CA<br />

October 2019 – Present<br />

Turk Art Conservation Intern<br />

o Aid collections manager and registrar in reorganizing and labeling the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> permanent collection<br />

o Research collection, consisting of Asian decorative arts, Pre-Hispanic ceramics, European decorative arts, and<br />

works on paper and canvas<br />

o Co-curate exhibition of the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> permanent collection with student intern<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Office of Public Events and Community Programs, Claremont, CA October 2016 - Present<br />

Office Assistant<br />

o Advertise and promote “<strong>Scripps</strong> Presents” events through management of Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter<br />

accounts while researching new social media campaigns<br />

o Collaborate with on-campus groups, departments, and external organizations to coordinate seamless events<br />

o Provide customer service as usher, responsible for live tweeting and livestreaming during programs<br />

o Generate online content by cutting video clips, organizing archives, and creating photo albums<br />

o Design invitations and manages RSVP’s using MailChimp, Formstack, and Eventbrite<br />

o Support large scale private events such as Commencement, Alumni Weekend, and Inauguration<br />

Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery, Washington, D.C. June 2019 - August 2019<br />

Digital Strategies and External Affairs, Public Programs Intern<br />

o Performed data analytics on program attendance to determine strongest monthly attendance rates<br />

o Assisted with after-hours program setup and breakdown, provided customer service during programs<br />

o Prepared event memorandum, vendor proposals, and budget for program with Washington National Opera<br />

o Conducted research and met with local organizations to implement teen programming and future projects<br />

o Created materials for children and family events by producing original craft instructions<br />

o Joined staff meetings and collaborated with fellow interns to analyze and report public programs feedback<br />

Art in Suburbia, Waltham, MA May 2018 - August 2018<br />

Marketing and Branding Intern<br />

o Implemented market research on Boston Area art organizations and launched successful marketing strategies<br />

o Maintained social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn) and created daily original content<br />

o Aided in planning gallery exhibition by scouting artists, providing proposals, and helping manage the space<br />

LEADERSHIP AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT<br />

Archival Assistant, Cambridge Center for Adult Education Cambridge, MA, June 2018 - August 2018<br />

o Reorganized photographic archive of the center for 80 th anniversary celebration<br />

Team Leader, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> New Student Program Claremont, CA, May 2017 - May 2018<br />

o Managed peer mentors and mentored six first-year students while programming student engagement events<br />

Volunteer, Chapparal Elementary School Claremont, CA, September 2017 - December 2017<br />

o Developed a German language and culture curriculum for young non-native speakers with another student<br />

o Taught 4 th grade students twice a week<br />

SKILLS<br />

o Languages: French (fluent), Italian (fluent), German (fluent)<br />

o Computer: Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Publisher, Adobe Photoshop<br />

o Social Media Management (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Mailchimp)


Clare B - INDUSTRY: Community Development/Recreation<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected <strong>2020</strong><br />

Major in Environmental Analysis: Sustainability and the Built Environment; Minor in Studio Art<br />

Dean’s List 2016–2019, Cumulative GPA: 3.8<br />

● Relevant Coursework: Sustainable Design, Urban Planning, Political and Environmental Studies, Architecture<br />

● Thesis: “Unaccepted Streets in Bayview Hunters Point: Addressing Spatial Injustice Through Public Open Space”<br />

DIS Abroad, Copenhagen, Denmark Fall 2018<br />

Architecture Design Studio<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Barista, Motley Coffeehouse (Claremont, CA)<br />

2019–present<br />

● Prepare drinks, serve customers, and participate in the organization and management of the student-run business and<br />

in conversations on inclusivity and sustainability.<br />

Intern, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition (San Francisco, CA) Summer 2018<br />

● Assisted the Advocacy Team with grassroots outreach including street side outreach or phone calls and emails to<br />

individual members, and attended a variety of meetings with the SFMTA Sustainable Streets and Livable Streets<br />

divisions to make public comment on relevant city planning decisions.<br />

● Developed a design report to guide bicycle advocates and city planners in promoting and implementing bicyclefriendly<br />

traffic calming measures for the SFMTA Excelsior Neighborhood Traffic Calming Project.<br />

Barista, Sightglass Coffee (San Francisco, CA)<br />

2018–present<br />

● Work as a barista at the SFMoMA, Divisadero, 7th Street, and Ferry Plaza Farmers Market coffee bars<br />

Intern, Rediscovery Centre (Dublin, Ireland) Summer 2017<br />

● Prepared strategy documents and presentations for internal and external meetings, conducted research pertaining to<br />

sustainability and resource management of the recently constructed WISER Life building, and supported the<br />

management of events, education workshops, and tours.<br />

● Successfully assisted with grant applications to award $10,000 to the Rediscovery Centre, allowing the center to<br />

provide free educational workshops for up to 600 children from disadvantaged schools.<br />

Bay Area Air Quality Management District – SFMTA Internship Program (San Francisco, CA) Summer 2016<br />

● Created databases for public meeting planning, assisted with community outreach strategies, and developed youth<br />

focused program material to promote the Spare the Air program in the Community Outreach Department<br />

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE<br />

Liaison of the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s major Environmental Analysis<br />

2019–present<br />

● Foster environmental dialogue on campus and organize the visits of scholars and professionals in the environmental<br />

field to speak on campus.<br />

● Facilitate communication between the faculty, students, and alumni of Environmental Analysis and organize<br />

networking and social events<br />

Leader of the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s organization ‘Designing Urban Spaces’<br />

2018–present<br />

● Coordinate with faculty to collect resources and facilitate information sessions regarding the Sustainability and the<br />

Built Environment track within Environmental Analysis at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s.<br />

● Plan off-campus trips for students interested in architecture and urban planning.<br />

SKILLS AND AWARDS<br />

● Media: Proficient in Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator, as well as architecture and design applications such<br />

as SketchUp and AutoCAD, and GIS tools ArcMap and ArcGIS Online.<br />

● Computer: Proficient with Mac and PC, Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), Google Docs, and Salesforce,<br />

as well as programming applications such as Fathom and Scratch.<br />

● Recipient of WTS-Los Angeles Ava Doner Memorial Scholarship, 2018.<br />

● Recipient of the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Class of ’71 Merit Scholarship, 2016–present.


Sophie B - INDUSTRY: Community Development/Recreation<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts, History, Minor in Anthropology Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

GPA: 3.9<br />

Member of Honors History Society<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

The Field Museum<br />

Chicago, IL<br />

Urban Environmental Anthropology Intern May 2018—August 2018<br />

• Conducted participant observation research evaluating effectiveness of youth public art programming in<br />

promoting cross-neighborhood understanding, civic engagement, and pride in cultural heritage<br />

• Implemented surveys about visitor experience and transportation to museum campus to inform future<br />

equitable access for city residents<br />

• Developed Google Sheets tool connecting 200+ environmental and community organizations to better<br />

facilitate community climate change efforts across Chicago region<br />

• Updated 40+ online environmental educational tools using Adobe Lightroom to maintain museum’s<br />

mission of promoting conservation and cultural understanding<br />

Honoré Farm & Mill<br />

Larkspur, CA<br />

Research Intern July 2017—August 2017<br />

• Conducted significant quantitative research comparing the environmental and health impact of conventional<br />

wheat to wheat grown by Honoré Farm & Mill; results utilized in sustainability conference to promote<br />

ecologically friendly farming techniques<br />

• Conceptualized and facilitated execution of new website design and content<br />

• Wrote blog posts about wheat sustainability and food justice to cultivate Honoré image and mission<br />

Share the Harvest Farm<br />

East Hampton, NY<br />

Farm Intern July 2016—August 2016<br />

• Collaborated with a team of five farm interns and supervisors to provide hundreds of pounds produce for<br />

local low-income families<br />

• Performed strenuous fieldwork planting, weeding, and harvesting vegetables six days per week<br />

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE<br />

Challah for Hunger<br />

Lead Baking Manager<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

August 2017—Present<br />

• Supervise volunteers through the bread-making process to bake 70 pounds of dough in industrial kitchen<br />

weekly<br />

• Donate proceeds from sales to fight food insecurity nationally and locally<br />

Food Recovery Network<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Transportation Volunteer August 2017—Present<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Recover 100+ pounds uneaten food weekly from college dining hall and transport to local women’s shelter<br />

• Prevent food waste and methane emissions by providing free food to organizations in need<br />

Proficient in Adobe Lightroom, Microsoft Suite, and Google Suite


Maggie B - INDUSTRY: Community Development/Recreation<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Classical Studies<br />

• Thesis: Embodiment of Power: Representations of Women in Relief Panels from the Sebasteion at<br />

Aphrodisias as Personifications of Roman Imperial Influence<br />

American University, Washington, D.C. Jan 2019 – May 2019<br />

Washington Semester Program<br />

• Coursework: U.S. Politics and Policy, Human Development and Global Issues, Effective Activism<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Scholar in Action, Laspa Center for Leadership, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Sept. 2018 – Dec 2018, Sept 2019 – Present<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

• Developed, marketed, moderated, and facilitated programming to foster sustainable and impactful leadership<br />

among the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> community<br />

• Collaborated with team members to found and lead the Laspa Center for Leadership’s Civic Engagement<br />

Initiative to educate and empower community members regarding civic engagement<br />

Intern/Interim Staff Assistant, United States House of Representatives May 2019 – Aug 2019<br />

Washington, D.C<br />

• Supported administrative functions of the office by sorting mail, answering phones, processing tour and flag<br />

requests<br />

• Supported legislative functions of the office by compiling legislative and press materials and attending<br />

briefings<br />

Public Policy Intern, National Network for Youth, Washington, D.C. Feb 2019 – April 2019<br />

• Research and draft reports and publications regarding policy issues<br />

• Maintain congressional, clientele, and communications databases<br />

• Attend and assist in preparing for meetings with coalitions and members of Congress<br />

Field Organizer and Intern, Polis for Colorado, Grand Junction, CO May 2018 – June 2018<br />

• Called 250-300 voters and recruited approximately eight volunteers per day<br />

• Visited homes and talked with voters about Democratic candidate for governor of Colorado<br />

ACTIVITIES<br />

Digital Content Writer, Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy, Claremont, CA Sept 2019 – Present<br />

• Research and write articles of approximately 800 words exploring public policy issues<br />

• Collaborate with editor to publish articles on Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy online blog<br />

Co-President, <strong>Scripps</strong> Politics Association, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Sept 2018 – Present<br />

• Develop and implement events to facilitate network and resource building for the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> politics<br />

community<br />

• Collaborate with Co-President to prepare for and lead meetings and events, manage budget, and recruit new<br />

members<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Mock Trial, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Sept 2018 – Present<br />

• Collaborate with team members to prepare and present collegiate mock trial cases in competitive tournaments<br />

VOLUNTEER WORK<br />

Mirror Memoirs, Los Angeles, CA March 2017 – May 2017<br />

• Supported the mission of Mirror Memoirs oral history project by transcribing an interview<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Computer including proficiency in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, G-Suite, WordPress, Canva<br />

• Social media marketing including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter


Kaela F - INDUSTRY: Community Development/Recreation<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics & Cognitive Science, CUM LAUDE May 2019<br />

Minor in Media Studies<br />

Thesis: “Talkin’ Black: African American English Feature Usage in Professional African<br />

American Athletes”<br />

University <strong>College</strong> Dublin, Dublin, Ireland January 2018-May 2018<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Tiny Kitchen Treats, Brooklyn, NY<br />

Social Media/Marketing Intern June 2019-August 2019<br />

• Managed and maintained cataloging system of past projects<br />

• Updated commercial website format and content<br />

• Organized and produced marketing and media materials<br />

Endangered Language Alliance, New York, NY<br />

Research and Documentation Assistant June 2019-August 2019<br />

• Transcribed and translated video documentation<br />

• Researched, proofread, and edited official reports<br />

• Implemented and maintained metadata cataloging policies for digital archive<br />

Pomona <strong>College</strong> Dept. of Linguistics & Cognitive Science, Claremont, CA<br />

Teacher’s Assistant/Mentor September 2016-May 2019<br />

• Held twice-weekly office hours for tutoring in Introduction to Linguistics, Syntax, and Phonology<br />

• Provided weekly supplemental instruction to assist linguistics students with their educational goals<br />

Student-Faculty Liaison December 2018-May 2019<br />

• Communicated requests and concerns from students to the department chair and faculty<br />

• Assisted with planning and implementation of department events<br />

• Represented department in recruitment of prospective students<br />

Los Angeles World Airports, Los Angeles, CA<br />

Community Administrative Support June 2018-August 2018<br />

• Created index profiles for environmental planning files<br />

• Updated online systems for record retention of historical and legal documents increasing accessibility<br />

• Provided front-desk customer service<br />

Pile of Puppies, Portland, OR<br />

Programs Coordinator/Executive Administrative Intern June 2017-December 2017<br />

• Researched grant and funding opportunities and presented to the Board of Directors<br />

• Shot and edited photos for social media and outreach<br />

• Coordinated and executed events to benefit chronically ill children by bringing puppies for a time of<br />

uninhibited joy<br />

• Created filing system and digitized legal documents<br />

SKILLS<br />

Technical: Hootsuite, HTML, Python, InDesign, WordPress, Squarespace, Microsoft Office Suite<br />

Languages: Advanced written and verbal Spanish, proficient written Ladino (Judeo-Spanish)


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Education:<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Expected Graduation, May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts: International Intercultural Studies & Feminist Gender Sexuality Studies<br />

GPA: 3.92 | Academic Dean’s List (Fall 2016 to Present)<br />

Senior Thesis | South Asian American Activism: Disrupting Foundations, Harnessing Fault Lines & Imagining<br />

Collective Futures<br />

Experience:<br />

Asian American Resource Center<br />

September 2017 to Present<br />

Intern<br />

● Plan and facilitate events for the Asian American & Pacific Islander community on campus<br />

● Serving as a member of the Committee for South Asian Voices & Production Committee<br />

● Conducted group interviews and evaluated of intern applicants for the Hiring Committee<br />

MADRE August to October 2019<br />

Communications Consultant for VIVA Girls Initiative<br />

● Wrote impact stories to centralize information regarding the VIVA Girls portfolio<br />

● Created media mock-ups regarding MADRE’s partnerships to complement written materials<br />

Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human Rights May to August 2019<br />

Development & Communications Intern<br />

● Conducted potential donor research, which supported in the donor cultivation process<br />

● Organized and facilitated “Young Activists Imagining the Future of Human Rights” workshop by<br />

arranging catering, promotion, venue selection, and event program<br />

● Supported Care & Protection research process by coordinating logistics, participating in interviews with<br />

activists, and completing transcriptions<br />

South Asian Mentorship Program March 2018 to May 2019<br />

Head Mentor<br />

● Trained 16 mentors through a weeklong workshop series on social justice, mental health, etc.<br />

● Recruited 60 mentees from the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s by outreach via email and social media<br />

● Communicated with administrators to ensure the program’s longevity<br />

South Asian Network January to May 2018<br />

Community Engagement & Development Intern<br />

● Crafted two grant proposals for the Mental Health Unit<br />

● Planned and promoted events on topics such as interpersonal violence and immigration, enabling greater<br />

awareness of SAN’s resources and support with citizenship applications<br />

Sakhi for South Asian Women May to August 2017<br />

Development Intern<br />

● Sustained communication with donors to foster lasting relationships and investment<br />

● Maintained grants tracking and conducted research on potential grants<br />

Skills:<br />

Languages: Spanish (verbal and written)<br />

Technology: Proficient in Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, WordPress, Photoshop, Social Media, Salesforce<br />

Fundraising: First Giving, GuideStar, Foundation Directory Online


Marissa P - INDUSTRY: Community Development/Recreation<br />

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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> - Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts: Psychology major and Theatre minor (GPA: 3.9) Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Thesis: I'm Sexy and I Know It: The Impact of Sexual Self-Esteem and Body Satisfaction on Disordered Eating Behavior<br />

Relevant coursework: Advanced Statistics in Psychology, Research Design in Psychology, Social Psychology<br />

Work Experience<br />

Research Lab Manager<br />

May 2018 to Present<br />

Jennifer Groscup, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA<br />

• Collaborate with professor and peers to design and run experiments relating to understanding of the First<br />

and Fourth Amendments both online and in person<br />

• Assist with writing IRB proposal submissions and modifications<br />

• Manage participant schedules and guide them through an in-person study<br />

• Utilize SPSS to enter data and perform statistical analyses on data collected<br />

• Foster a positive and welcoming work environment by organizing group work and lab dinners<br />

Helpline Intern<br />

May 2018 to Present<br />

National Eating Disorders Association – New York, NY<br />

• Provide positive respectful responses regarding eating disorder information requests via incoming phone<br />

calls, voicemail messages, emails, forums, instant messages, and social media sites<br />

• Disseminated Helpline information and treatment options tailored to needs of requesting individuals<br />

• Increase knowledge and understanding concerning eating disorders and how to appropriately support those<br />

affected by them<br />

Stage Manager February 2018 to March 2019<br />

Pomona <strong>College</strong> Theatre and Dance Department – Claremont, CA<br />

• Communicated with director, designers, and actors to coordinate rehearsals and meetings<br />

• Kept track of rehearsal progress, blocking choices, props, and set changes<br />

• Called cues and facilitated smooth transitions throughout shows<br />

• Sent out production reports daily to maintain communication with production team<br />

Accomplishments<br />

• Received the Capelluto Award in 2016 to promote a body-positive atmosphere at a highly competitive<br />

independent school in New York City<br />

• Awarded the American Psychological Association's Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools Academic<br />

Achievement in Psychology<br />

• Presented a paper at the American Psychology-Law Society Conference in March 2019<br />

• Received the Hearst Award for Summer Research in 2019<br />

Skills<br />

• Microsoft Office<br />

• Google Drive, Google Calendar, and Dropbox<br />

• Salesforce<br />

• SPSS<br />

• Comm100 and Zendesk<br />

• Survey Monkey and Qualtrics


Isabella W - INDUSTRY: Community Development/Recreation<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, California May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Creative Writing, GPA: 3.7<br />

• Dean’s List Recipient 2017/2018<br />

• Ruth George Poetry Prize 2018<br />

• Senior Thesis: Jawbone (Original play)<br />

National Theatre Institute, Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center Sept.-December 2018<br />

University <strong>College</strong> London, English Affiliate Jan.-June 2019<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Theatre, September 2009-present<br />

• Workshopped original play Things I Never Told The Stars in New York and at Portland Actor’s Conservatory<br />

(August 2019)<br />

• Directed Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves for Pomona <strong>College</strong> student theatre group (November 2019)<br />

• Performed in: Red Velvet (Ellen Tree), Antigone (Antigone), Peter Pan (Wendy), Much Ado About Nothing<br />

(Conrade/Dogberry), Charlie’s Aunt (Ella) et al.<br />

52 ND Street Project, Intern, New York, June 2019-August 2019<br />

• Worked with the Associate Artistic Director and ran lightboard for teen ensemble devising piece<br />

• Participated and chaperoned on week-long retreat to Block Island, and worked backstage crew for the annual Oneon-Ones<br />

show in New York City<br />

• Assisted the Executive Director, the Education Director, and the Development Director with administrative duties<br />

such as mailings, fundraising, marketing, and general office tasks; assisted the Director of Design & Production with<br />

organization and prop design<br />

Curriculum Associates, Intern, Portland/Boston, May 2018-August 2018<br />

• Researched and wrote a 30-page company history for the 50 th year anniversary<br />

• Interviewed CA’s President, CTO, CEO, VP of Implementation and Support, and more long-time employees<br />

• Delivered teacher training guides to every elementary school in the Salem-Keizer school district and supported the<br />

Pacific Northwest Team in organizing textbook storage<br />

• Contacted district superintendents and curriculum directors to encourage further involvement with CA<br />

Camp PALS, Counselor, Santa Clara, August 2017-August 2017<br />

• Partnered with an individual with down syndrome to support a week of new experiences and friendships<br />

• Fostered independence, growth and connection with other students by organizing activities<br />

• Participated as a team member of seven to create group events<br />

Hot Press Magazine, Intern, Dublin, June 2017-August 2017<br />

• Wrote 117 music news articles for digital content<br />

• Published an interview in the print August 6 edition of the magazine<br />

• Engaged with the public at four music festivals, breaking record for number of new magazine subscriptions<br />

• Collaborated with the marketing team to create new strategies for magazine exposure<br />

• Connected with local restaurants to put together data for the Best of Dublin 2017 Issue<br />

Study Breaks Magazine, Intern, Remote, January 2017-May 2017<br />

• Created original articles and weekly pitches, including student interviews across the country<br />

Viva! Event Planning, Intern, Portland, OR, June 2015 – August 2015, June 2016-August 2016<br />

• Designed two travel brochures for incentive programs<br />

• Developed and filmed a series of six vlogs for company publicity<br />

• Proofread and edited final documents including pitches, factsheets, PR articles and budget sheets<br />

TECHNICAL SKILLS<br />

• Language proficiency: Advanced conversational and written Spanish, beginning Italian<br />

• Proficient in Microsoft Office, PC and Mac proficient, social media management (Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat,<br />

Instagram, WordPress)


Samantha Y - INDUSTRY: Community Development/Recreation<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Analysis, minor in Media Studies and Music<br />

o Thesis: Paraisong Nawala: Exploring Sustainable Ecotourism in the Philippines<br />

o Cumulative GPA: 4.0; Dean’s List, Fall 2016-Present<br />

• Relevant coursework: Applied Ecology and Conservation, Sustainable Built Environment,<br />

Digital Art and Management of Digital Identities, Climate Science and Human Behavior<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Office Assistant, <strong>Scripps</strong> Communities of Resources & Empowerment<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

January 2019-Present<br />

• Builds an inclusive community through social justice programming<br />

Resident Advisor/Community Coordinator, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Residential Life<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

August 2017-Present<br />

• Directs community outreach initiatives, serves hall community, enforces policies<br />

• Trained to respond to medical and campus emergencies and handle conflict resolution<br />

• Generates monthly inclusive programs focused on diversity, mental-health, and entertainment<br />

• Manages hall social media and outreach, publicizing and marketing events to students<br />

Glanville Music Library, Library Assistant<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

September 2016- Present<br />

• Aids students and faculty with musical material while maintaining an orderly library<br />

• Ushers and welcomes audience members for around 10 concerts throughout the year<br />

• Works at front desk, responds to calls and emails, managing secretarial duties<br />

Assistant Camp Director, Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanical Garden<br />

Arcadia, CA April 2019- August 2019<br />

• Directed and delegated counselors, keeping camp running smoothly with 50+ students per week<br />

• Assisted instructors with class materials, managing large age range of students (4-15)<br />

• Engaged with parents and children, providing a positive and educational nature experience<br />

Granada Correspondent, IES Abroad<br />

Granada, Spain August 2018-January 2019<br />

• Creatively documented abroad experience and represented IES Abroad on student blogs website,<br />

• Selected as Editor’s Choice and a featured correspondent on social media accounts<br />

Marketing/Community Outreach Intern, Eco Urban Gardens<br />

Los Angeles, CA, May 2018- August 2018<br />

• Created flyers, pamphlets, and social media graphics through Canva and Photoshop as well as<br />

social media outreach campaigns for grass roots marketing and website maintenance<br />

• Researched and attended marketing events, connecting with nonprofit organizations and<br />

increasing mailing lists and creating a more consistent social media presence<br />

• Landscaped on-site gardens at 2 schools with drought tolerance and sustainable goals in mind<br />

SKILLS<br />

Children’s Education ● Grassroots Marketing ● Nonprofit Organizations ● Community Outreach ●<br />

Spanish ● Sustainability ● Microsoft Office ● Google Suite ● Canva ● Social Media ● Photography ●


Clara Z - INDUSTRY: Community Development/Recreation<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Analysis, Society and Environment track<br />

● Dean’s List Fall and Spring 2018<br />

Gustolab International, Rome, Italy and Hanoi, Vietnam June 2019 August 2019<br />

Study abroad in Food Studies and Sustainability<br />

Vassar <strong>College</strong>, Poughkeepsie, NY December 2017<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies with foci in Political Science and Chemistry<br />

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE<br />

Senior Thesis<br />

Anti-colonial Foodways: Food sovereignty and neocolonialism in post-Katrina New Orleans<br />

● Interviewed 7 local participants in food sovereignty for an oral presentation, poster, and written thesis<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

Appetite, Outram, Singapore<br />

December 2019 – Present<br />

Remote Research Associate<br />

● Researched the cultural genealogies of ingredients, techniques, and technologies in order to compile a database of<br />

global food traditions<br />

● Developed research to be published on Appetite’s website and contribute to cooking philosophies at its parent<br />

restaurant, Nouri<br />

Louisiana Children’s Museum, New Orleans, LA March 2018 – May 2018<br />

Special Events Intern<br />

● Coordinated with approximately 15 committee members to design exhibits based on different cultural groups<br />

● Directed and organized approximately 100 volunteers to ensure efficiency in engagement of visitors during the<br />

Children’s World's Fair<br />

● Contacted food and supplies donors biweekly to stock exhibits<br />

Buffalo Exchange, New Orleans, LA March 2018 – August 2018<br />

Buyer<br />

● Assessed clothing from sellers based on quality, style, and marketability to price fairly and stock the store<br />

● Assisted team members and customers on the sales floor<br />

● Designed visuals such as mannequins and storefronts to meet company standards<br />

Tulane Institute on Water Resources Law & Policy, New Orleans, LA July 2017 - August 2017<br />

Intern<br />

● Analyzed historical invocations of citizens’ rights surrounding land expropriation near water bodies in order to<br />

establish a precedent for contemporary expropriation cases<br />

● Compiled a database of water lawyers in Louisiana to create a resource for people involved in water issues<br />

Cossich, Sumich, Parsiola & Taylor LLC, Belle Chasse, LA June 2016 - July 2016,<br />

Intern June 2017 - July 2017<br />

● Conducted research on AFFF purchases in Southern municipalities to establish evidence for water contamination<br />

cases<br />

● Summarized depositions to improve efficiency during the discovery phase of cases<br />

LEADERSHIP AND SKILLS<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Food Recovery Network, Co-President August 2019 – May <strong>2020</strong><br />

● Facilitated volunteer pickup of food from campus dining hall for delivery to local women’s organizations<br />

● Worked with dining hall managers to develop more sustainable practices involving food waste and usage of<br />

disposables<br />

Computer: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher), Adobe InDesign<br />

Language: Advanced proficiency in Spanish, elementary in Italian, elementary in Vietnamese


Alice Z - INDUSTRY: Community Development/Recreation<br />

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Portfolio<br />

alijinz.portfoliobox.net<br />

Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> ‘19<br />

• B.A. Art major<br />

Computer Science minor<br />

• Trustee Merit Scholarship<br />

Relevant Coursework<br />

• Human-Centered Design<br />

• User Interfaces & Experiences<br />

• Visualization as Thinking<br />

• Digital Humanities Studio<br />

• Theories of Contemporary Art<br />

• Fundamentals of Comp Sci<br />

• Data Structures Advanced<br />

Programming<br />

• Computability & Logic<br />

Skills<br />

Design Software<br />

Photoshop<br />

InDesign<br />

InVision<br />

Sketch<br />

Computer Languages<br />

HTML<br />

PHP<br />

Java<br />

Languages<br />

English<br />

(native)<br />

Illustrator<br />

AfterEffects<br />

Figma<br />

Balsamiq<br />

CSS3<br />

JavaScript<br />

C Language<br />

Mandarin<br />

Chinese<br />

(fluent)<br />

Experience<br />

AmeriCorps/House Operations Coordinator, Maggie’s Place<br />

September 2019 – Current | Cleveland, OH<br />

• Live in community at a shelter where up to 12 women can move in at any<br />

point of their pregnancy and stay up to when their child, if born, is 12<br />

months<br />

• Help shelter residents achieve their self-established goals with<br />

individualized, regular, trauma-informed mentorship<br />

• Work closely with a small team of ~5 Corps members to respond to<br />

emergencies, resolve conflict, and rise to needs of the moment<br />

• Manage the health and daily operation of the property and community<br />

vehicles<br />

Design Intern, Metric Design Studio<br />

August 2018 – January 2019 | Shanghai, China<br />

• Communicated with a team of 2-4 people internationally (on-site and<br />

remotely) to organize tasks, trade feedback, and track deadlines<br />

• Mocked up web designs with attention to each client’s brand and project<br />

brief<br />

• Translated static designs into dynamic, responsive webpages via HTML,<br />

CSS, PHP, and third-party tools<br />

Recent Projects<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Class of 2019 Mural<br />

October 2018 – December 2018<br />

• Designed and painted a mural featuring “talking” water lilies, touching on<br />

the college’s feminist spirit, beautiful campus, and student activism.<br />

• Navigated controversy over the water lilies’ content by opening up forms<br />

for comments, reaching out, making changes, and releasing a public<br />

statement<br />

• Coordinated the signing of 244 graduating seniors’ names on the mural<br />

Community Home Energy Retrofit Project (CHERP) Outreach<br />

Plan<br />

September 2018 – October 2018<br />

• Worked in a team of 5 to design an outreach plan for a local non-profit<br />

• Interviewed locals and built personas to find our specific user<br />

• Brainstormed, evaluated, prototyped, and tested ideas<br />

• Pushed team to pivot when our committed idea revealed flaws<br />

• Documented design process with visual notetaking, a four-page report,<br />

and a video illustrating our journey and final prototypes


CONSULTING/<br />

MANAGEMENT<br />

Claire B<br />

Aleah B<br />

Ana C<br />

Sabrina C<br />

Juliana C<br />

McKenzie D<br />

Claire D<br />

Ellye G<br />

Jamie H<br />

Sarah H<br />

Amelia J<br />

Alexa J<br />

Kimi K<br />

Quinn K<br />

Kristi L<br />

Debbie L<br />

Destiny L<br />

Sahana M<br />

Susana P<br />

Kyla S<br />

If you would like for <strong>Scripps</strong> Career Planning & Resources to reach out to any of these<br />

students on your behalf, please fill out this hyperlinked Contact Request Form.


Claire B - INDUSTRY: Consulting/Management<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience, GPA: 3.39/4.0 (major), Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

DIS Copenhagen, Denmark - Semester Abroad, Fall 2018<br />

Related Coursework: Behavioral Psychology, Introductory Biology, Introductory Chemistry, Introductory<br />

Physics, Neuroendocrinology of Behavior, Neuroimaging of the disordered brain, Neuropharmacology of<br />

Behavior, Neuroplasticity: Brain and Behavior, Neuroscience 1: Cellular & Molecular, Neuroscience 2: Systems,<br />

Organic Chemistry, Selected Topics in Neuroscience<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Community Coordinator, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Residential Life, Claremont, CA, Aug 2019 - present<br />

● Organized community building events for all residents of <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> with the focus of accessible art<br />

and meaningful dialogue<br />

● Provided mental health and academic resources as well as support for residents of <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> to<br />

develop a thriving living space<br />

Notetaker, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA, September 2016 - Present<br />

● Wrote detailed notes during lectures for biology, chemistry, neuroscience and organic chemistry courses<br />

for the dean of student’s office<br />

Research Assistant, UC San Diego - Department of Neurosciences, La Jolla, CA, May 2019 - Aug 2019<br />

● Worked in Dr. Chengbiao Wu's lab in the department of neurosciences exploring Alzheimer's Disease,<br />

Parkinson's Disease, CMT2B, and Huntington's Disease<br />

● Researched mitochondrial dysfunction and synaptic connections in BACHD and N17 mouse models of<br />

Huntington's Disease<br />

● Skills developed include cell culturing, western blot, synaptic staining, and analysis with imageJ and<br />

prism<br />

Student Researcher, W.M. Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA, May 2018 – Aug 2018<br />

● Researched the role of the titin protein in mice EDL muscles<br />

● Explored the difference in doublet potentiation of muscle using force lever experiments in control versus<br />

muscular dystrophy with myositis affected mice for both isometric and actively stimulated muscles<br />

● Skills developed include data collection, Matlab coding for data analysis, presentation of findings, and<br />

collaboration with fellow researchers<br />

Swim Instructor/Lifeguard/Coach, PP&R, Portland, OR, June 2013 - Aug 2018<br />

● Taught kids ages 1-16 individually and in groups of up to 30 techniques to swim<br />

● Supervised pool patrons and enforced lifeguard policies<br />

● Managed front desk and performed duties including registering patrons for activities, answering phones,<br />

and selling concessions<br />

Customer Service Associate, Tiernan Field House, Claremont, CA, Sep 2017- June 2018<br />

● Managed front desk operations<br />

● Provided excellent customer service including greeting and directing patrons to gym amenities<br />

Volunteer, Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, OHSU, Portland, OR, Summer 2017, 2018<br />

● Provided information and resources to families about medical conditions at the Family Resource Center<br />

● Offered activities for kids in the playroom<br />

PUBLICATIONS<br />

Bacon-Brenes, C., Wiley, E., & Hull, J. (2017). Determining the Location and the Effects on Function of a<br />

Mutation Created by Exposure to UV Radiation in the Lac Operon. SUPRdb. Retrieved from<br />

http://www.suprdb.org/index.php/experiment/details/372


Claire B - INDUSTRY: Consulting/Management<br />

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LAB SKILLS<br />

● Very Familiar: Micropipette techniques, dilutions, western blot, cell culture, immunohistochemical<br />

staining, dissection of mice muscles, muscle lever operation<br />

● Familiar: PCR transformations<br />

SKILLS<br />

● Computer: Proficient in Matlab, Excel, ImageJ (Fiji), Prism, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, Python<br />

● Languages: Proficient in Japanese (reading, speaking, writing)<br />

● CPR & First aid certified<br />

ACTIVITIES<br />

● Varsity Swimmer for NCAA Div. 3 team Claremont-Mudd-<strong>Scripps</strong>, 2017 & 2018 All-American<br />

● Completion of Student Leadership Institute at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> (Aug 2019)


Aleah B - INDUSTRY: Consulting/Management<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> - Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Bachelor of Arts in Cellular/Molecular Neuroscience<br />

• Thesis: Talk Birdy to Me: Neural Circuitry Underlying Singing and Song Perception in the Zebra Finch<br />

• GPA: 3.56/4.0<br />

• Dean’s List: Fall 2018, Spring 2019, Fall 2019<br />

• QuestBridge National <strong>College</strong> Match Scholar<br />

DIS in Copenhagen, Denmark August-December 2018<br />

• Medical Practice and Policy: Human Health and Disease Core Course<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Accelerated Integrated Biology, Chemistry and Physics I and II (L)*, Neuroscience<br />

2: Systems, Organic Chemistry (L)*, Genetics, Medical Practice and Policy: Human Health and Disease,<br />

Neuroscience of Fear, Vertebrate Physiology (L), Biochemistry, Neuroendocrinology, Introduction to<br />

Computer Science (L)<br />

(L) indicates a laboratory course, * indicates two semesters<br />

LAB AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE<br />

Undergraduate Neuroscience Research Fellow<br />

Grass Lab at the Marine Biological Laboratory – Woods Hole, MA May-July 2019<br />

• Granted the Keck Science Summer Research Grant to conduct research under Dr. Melissa Coleman as a<br />

component of senior thesis<br />

• Conducted research on zebra finch song and neural processing of vocal communication<br />

• Performed zebra finch surgery to perform neurophysiology, cut tissue using a sliding microtome, utilized<br />

single and multi-unit electrode array, nissl staining for cell bodies, and conducted image and data analysis<br />

using PRISM, Python, MATLAB, Sound Analysis Pro and Audacity<br />

Neuroscience Research Assistant<br />

W.M. Keck Science Department of the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s – Claremont, CA May 2017-December 2017<br />

• Granted the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Grant to conduct research under Dr. Rory Spence<br />

• Studied neurogenesis after mild traumatic brain injury in zebrafish to understand recovery mechanisms<br />

• Conducted zebrafish brain dissection, utilized immunohistochemistry techniques, fluorescent imaging,<br />

CLARITY, and image and data analysis<br />

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE<br />

Overnight and Outreach Co-Coordinator<br />

Office of Admission at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA<br />

May 2019-present<br />

• Promoted from Admission Ambassador<br />

• Supervised, managed and trained a team of 11 Admission Ambassadors with one other Co-Coordinator<br />

• Executed recruitment and hosting for weekly overnight host program by matching 20 current students<br />

with prospective students<br />

• Assisted Admission staff with planning programs for underrepresented, prospective, and admitted<br />

students, which engage up to 600 students<br />

Admission Ambassador<br />

Office of Admission at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA<br />

August 2017-present<br />

• Directed tours to prospective students and families and high school counselors<br />

• Managed up to 60 student volunteers throughout school year to host prospective students<br />

• Provided insight into student experience by responding to visitor inquiries via email, phone or in-person<br />

QuestBridge Scholars Chapter Executive Board Liaison/President (2017-2018) and Outreach Officer (2018-2019)<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA August 2017-May 2019<br />

• Served as the primary contact between <strong>Scripps</strong>’s chapter and QuestBridge HQ staff<br />

• Coordinated the Quest Scholars Mentor Program for the 2018-2019 academic year by recruiting mentors<br />

and surveying incoming students and matching them based on interest<br />

• Planned the Welcome Event and Quest Day Event by organizing icebreakers, organizing refreshments<br />

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• Partnered with a local non-profit and elementary school for the National Service Month Event to<br />

fundraise for school supplies<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students (SAS) Sophomore Class Representative<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA August 2017-May 2018<br />

• Advocated for student needs and served as a liaison to the sophomore class<br />

• Planned two class-specific events every semester in order to foster class community and provide collegesponsored<br />

resources that engaged 30 students on average<br />

MENTORING EXPERIENCE<br />

New Student Program (NSP) Team Leader<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA August 2017-May 2018<br />

• Lead a team of 6 Peer Mentors and provided resources to the incoming first-year class<br />

• Organized week of orientation with activities, panels, discussions, and social events for the incoming class<br />

• Provided resources for mentees, assisted with campus navigation, class registration and more<br />

• Implemented substance free events throughout year to foster community building and healthy<br />

relationships<br />

Office of Black Student Affairs Mentor<br />

Claremont University Consortium – Claremont, CA August 2017-May 2018<br />

• Mentored 3 students of African descent at <strong>Scripps</strong> by providing resources to help them navigate college<br />

as individuals with marginalized identities<br />

• Sponsored events with fellow mentors to create cross-consortium connections amongst first-year class<br />

• Attended an overnight retreat with mentees to facilitate further bonding and set goals and expectations<br />

for our respective roles<br />

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS<br />

• <strong>Book</strong>er, A., Sun, J. “Neural Circuitry Underlying Singing and Song Perception in the Zebra Finch.”<br />

Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (2019)<br />

• Spence, R. Maheras, A., Dix, B., Carmo, O., Gill, V., Ibrahim, A., Thomason, H.,<br />

<strong>Book</strong>er, A., Sun, J. “Genetic Pathways of Neuroregeneration in a Novel Mild<br />

Traumatic Brain Injury Model in Adult Zebrafish.” eNeuro<br />

• Gill, V., Ibrahim, A., Thomason, H., <strong>Book</strong>er, A., Sun, J. “An Investigation into the<br />

Mechanisms Involved in Neuronal Regeneration in Adult Zebrafish Using a Novel<br />

mTBI model.” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (2017)<br />

• <strong>Book</strong>er, A., Sun, J. “Assessing Behavior in a Novel Adult Zebrafish (Danio rerio)<br />

Model of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI).” Keck Summer Research Symposium (2017)<br />

DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE EXPERIENCE<br />

AISS Committee<br />

W.M. Keck Science Department – Claremont, CA May 2017-May 2018<br />

• Redesigned interdisciplinary science course offerings in the department<br />

• Provided recommendations from a student perspective and advocated for programs that would increase<br />

minority student involvement in interdisciplinary courses<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Community of Resources and Empowerment (SCORE) Office Assistant<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA August 2016-December 2017<br />

• Contributed to SCORE’s mission of creating a community of people dedicated to enhancing and<br />

supporting inclusivity at <strong>Scripps</strong> by assisting with on-campus inclusivity programming<br />

• Maintained office calendar, scheduled meetings and events, and supported programming in the space<br />

• Assisted leadership of the six on-campus affinity groups with meetings and club-sponsored events<br />

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS<br />

• Intermediate Fluency in Spanish<br />

• Proficient in Microsoft Office


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts, Organizational Studies; Innovation Management & Economics<br />

GPA: 3.85/4.0, Magna Cum Laude<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Financial Accounting, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Statistical Quantitative Research<br />

Methods, Organizational Psychology, Economics of Innovation, Leadership & Innovation in Silicon Valley<br />

• Awards: Dean’s List, <strong>Scripps</strong> Humanities Institute Fellow, Sands Writing Award Faculty Nomination<br />

Claremont McKenna <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA January 2019 – May 2019<br />

Silicon Valley Program Academic Intern<br />

• Off-campus study semester in Silicon Valley emerging innovators and entrepreneurs with a high-impact internship,<br />

coursework, professional development, and networking<br />

University of Notre Dame Institute for Global Investing, Notre Dame, IN May 2018 – June 2018<br />

Girls Who Invest Scholar<br />

• Highly selective, rigorous training program focused on core investment concepts and skills taught by<br />

leading business school professors and investment professionals<br />

• Coursework and case studies included accounting, valuation, financial modeling, and asset allocation<br />

• Earned paid asset management internship at Robert Charles Lesser & Company (RCLCO)<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Guggenheim Investments, Los Angeles, CA June 2019 – August 2019<br />

Institutional Client Group Summer Analyst<br />

• Performed research for Managing Director to develop new business and establish new clients<br />

• Assisted with high-impact projects<br />

• Completed analyst training and Bloomberg certification<br />

Nimble Hiring, San Francisco, CA February 2019 – May 2019<br />

Product Development & Marketing Associate (Silicon Valley Intern)<br />

• Worked with CEO to assess and improve Nimble’s competitive advantage<br />

• Produced industry analysis report to position Nimble software as a leader in HR education technology<br />

• Synthesized information from Innovation Partner meetings to produce business strategy reports<br />

• Collaborated on quality assurance processes essential to software development<br />

Robert Charles Lesser & Company (RCLCO), Los Angeles, CA July 2018 – August 2018<br />

Institutional Advisory Services Intern<br />

• Produced asset review report and financial model to re-forecast property ROI<br />

• Assisted asset management team in developing online asset management system<br />

• Analyzed data and trends by employing various methodologies and models<br />

Laspa Center for Leadership, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA September 2017 – May 2018<br />

Training and Research Consultant, Scholar in Action<br />

• Developed content and curricula for Laspa’s leadership programs, courses, and initiatives<br />

• Provided in-house consulting on leadership training for Laspa employees<br />

• Planned, organized, and managed leadership events for <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> and the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

LA Makerspace, Los Angeles, CA September 2016 – May 2017<br />

Nonprofit Clinic Consultant – Nominated <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Employee of the Year<br />

• Provided management consulting to the Executive Director of LA Makerspace, a nonprofit STEM company<br />

• Evaluated and recommended volunteer management software and volunteer processing<br />

• Planned, organized, and directed STEM Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy Summit for the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

LEADERSHIP SUMMARY<br />

Deloitte Human Capital STAR Program, Claremont, CA January 2018 – December 2018<br />

Selected Mentee: Human Capital Management Consulting mentorship program<br />

SKILLS<br />

Accounting, Excel, Financial Modeling, SPSS Statistics Software, Management Consulting, Project Management, Industry<br />

Analysis, Bloomberg Certification, Software Quality Assurance, Training, Writing, Public Speaking


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont McKenna <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Politics Minor<br />

GPA: 3.54<br />

• Senior Thesis: “Impact of 90’s Technology Boom on Energy Consumption by State”<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Econometrics, Accounting, Women & Public Policy, Computer Science<br />

• Awards: Robert Day Scholar, Pomona Ventures Sage Tank Runner Up, International Business Ethics &<br />

Sustainability Case Competition (First Place), Bill & Melinda Gates Investment Competition (First Place)<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Student Investment Fund – Claremont, CA<br />

Sep 2016 – Present<br />

President<br />

• Present investment pitches to a 15-person student fund and vote on prospective investments to manage a $350,000<br />

portfolio of stocks, bonds, and ETFs<br />

• Prepare investment pitches including valuation, sensitivity, and cash flow statement analyses using Bloomberg,<br />

Excel, and PowerPoint<br />

Loop (TerraCycle) – Trenton, NJ Jun 2019 – Aug 2019<br />

Global Business Development Intern<br />

• Presented a multi-stage research project showcasing Loop’s circular economy solution for single-use packaging<br />

• Researched and developed implementation strategies for B2B opportunities in airline and hotel amenity industries<br />

• Led conversations on innovation projects for largest e-commerce grocer and sixth largest American airline<br />

• Developed multiple international brand case studies to support the European team<br />

• Prepared resources for CEO, and Vice President of Global Business Development<br />

Text Met Tampons – Claremont, CA Jan 2019 – Jul 2019<br />

CEO & Co-founder<br />

• Developed business plan and app prototypes providing period care to 3,500 students at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

• Manage, coordinate, and recruit brand ambassadors to implement delivery service in preparation for launch<br />

• Created pitch deck and won second place and audience award at Pomona Ventures pitch competition in May 2019<br />

Office of Speaker Nancy Pelosi – Washington, D.C Aug 2018 – Dec 2018<br />

Democratic Cloakroom Intern<br />

• Ensured representatives and their offices were informed of voting and the day’s schedule, learning strategy of<br />

whipping votes<br />

• Curried and recorded hundreds of bills, co-sponsorships, extension of remarks to the hopper on the House Floor<br />

• Organized and worked with all 197 Democratic Representatives to assist and ensure each member voted<br />

1871 – Chicago, IL<br />

Programming and Engagement Intern Jun 2018 – Aug 2018<br />

• Interviewed over 70-member company founders within co-working space to gain insight on 1871’s programs<br />

• Operated and managed a complex Customer Relationship Management editing over 400 mentor biographies<br />

• Attended 25 different workshops and educational sessions to learn more about entrepreneurship and technology<br />

LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES<br />

Student Assistant – Dean of Students – <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Student Representative – Board of Trustees – <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

ESL Leader – 5C Refugee Advocacy Network – Claremont, CA<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Languages: Mandarin Chinese (Basic), Arabic (Intermediate)<br />

• Technical: Java, Python, Stata, Adobe Suite, Excel, ANOVA, Canva, HighRise, LinkedIn, Social Media<br />

• Certifications: Teal Dot Bystander Intervention, LASPA Leadership Institute Certification<br />

2019 – Present<br />

2017 – Present<br />

2016 – Present


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Education<br />

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<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>: Claremont, CA Expected Graduation: May <strong>2020</strong><br />

B.A.: Economics & Science, Technology and Society GPA: 3.5/4.0<br />

Wharton School of UPenn: Fundamentals of Digital Marketing, Social Media, and E-Commerce Summer 2018<br />

Work Experience<br />

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SC Properties: San Mateo, California Summer 2019<br />

Sales Intern<br />

● Assisted with Accounts Payable/Receivable team by compiling tenants’ payments<br />

● Held open houses in San Francisco for prospective buyers<br />

● Construct real estate sale properties brochures to distribute to potential customers during open houses<br />

● Revamped and restructured AppFolio, a property management software to improve employee satisfaction<br />

Titus Wealth Management: San Mateo, California Summer 2018<br />

Intern<br />

● Reviewed and revised 350 pages of the company’s Code of Ethics to improve readability<br />

● Preformed biannual surveillance on over 500 customers’ accounts<br />

○ Surveillance included making sure the accounts were in line with their set goals<br />

The Tenacity Project: San Francisco, California Summer 2017<br />

Product and Marketing Intern<br />

● Led college recruitment and marketing by posting content on social media accounts including Snapchat,<br />

Instagram, and Facebook<br />

● Used Excel to compile information on coaches and facilities to improve user satisfaction<br />

● Create and post marketing materials such as videos and blog posts<br />

● Analyzed website to deliver design, UX, and software enhancement recommendations<br />

Fortress Investment Group: San Francisco, California Summer 2016<br />

Summer Analyst<br />

● Conducted market research and competitive analysis with the corporate security, intellectual property, and<br />

real estate group. Worked in the distressed debt group.<br />

● Everyday tasks included company and market research, writing investment memos, and assisting with<br />

client meetings, creating executive summaries of potential investments while performing extensive due<br />

diligence.<br />

● Used all Microsoft applications<br />

Activities<br />

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Member<br />

June 2017 – Present<br />

Claremont-Mudd-<strong>Scripps</strong> Women’s Lacrosse team<br />

● 3 time SCIAC champion, starting in 50 games. (30+hours a week)<br />

Resident Hall I.T; assist students with computer troubleshooting & programs (6 hours a week)<br />

CMS Games Management; assist with scoreboard and stats for bball and vball (5 hours a week)<br />

Other<br />

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Awards:<br />

Hearst Award; Thesis: The Role in Economic Development of the Banking and Finance Sector in Texas; 1905-<br />

1914 (45-page Economics Thesis, 200+ hours of research)<br />

Skills: Software tools: Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint), Bloomberg & Vanguard<br />

Language: Proficient in Spanish<br />

Interests: Yoga, surfing, skiing, running, chess, ceramics


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> • Claremont, CA • Bachelor of Arts 2019 • Cum Laude • Major in Politics<br />

• Student Athletic Advisory Committee: Nominated Committee Member, 2015-2017<br />

• NCAA Cross Country and Track and Field: Varsity Athlete, 2015-2019<br />

• Undergraduate Research and Honors Thesis: Conducted original interviews for thesis on political movement, 2018-<br />

2019<br />

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE<br />

Legal Intern • JOHNSON GRAFFE KEAY MONIZ & WICK LLP • Seattle, WA 7/2019 – 8/2019<br />

• Conducted legal research for medical malpractice cases<br />

• Created thorough reports and summaries of court records and discovery materials<br />

Interviewer • PRIVATE EMPLOYER • Palm Springs, CA 1/2019 – 5/2019<br />

• Hired by Claremont <strong>College</strong>s’ alum to conduct in-depth interviews of a family member<br />

• Transcribed and evaluated content of interviews for short biography for the family’s keeping<br />

Publisher & Design Editor • CLAREMONT INDEPENDENT • Claremont, CA 8/2017 – 5/2019<br />

• Independently created print magazine to distribute to potential donors and alumni, leading to contributions<br />

• Wrote opinion editorial that was featured by national outlets and resulted in live televised appearance<br />

• Designed logo on Photoshop for publication’s website and Facebook with 45k likes<br />

Development Apprentice • WASHINGTON POLICY CENTER • Seattle, WA 6/2018 – 8/2018<br />

• Worked on direct mail, wrote letters to donors, and created informational materials<br />

• Interviewed board members and supporters to feature their stories on think-tank website<br />

• Organized and managed events with distinguished speakers, including the Secretary of Defense<br />

Congressional Intern • CHAIRWOMAN MCMORRIS RODGERS • Washington, DC 6/2017 – 8/2017<br />

• Facilitated community outreach & PR to constituency through phone calls, letters, and social media<br />

• Drafted and researched over 100 form letters on current legislation<br />

• Attended briefings, worked on research projects for policy staffers, and led Capitol tours<br />

Editorial & Production Intern • KIRO RADIO • Seattle, WA 6/2016 – 8/2016<br />

• Researched local news and wrote newscasts to air on KIRO, the most listened to talk radio in Seattle<br />

• Conducted a wide range of phone and in-person interviews, from sports teams to government figures<br />

• Wrote, voiced, and produced radio-style piece of interview with Congressman Dave Reichert on policing and<br />

community<br />

Volunteer Tutor • UNCOMMON GOOD • Claremont, CA 10/2016 – 1/2019<br />

• Paired with one local low-income student as tutor; aided in homework and created study materials<br />

• Acted as role model and support system for student; helped encourage good study habits to stay on track in school<br />

RELATED SKILLS & INTERESTS<br />

• Proficient in Spanish Language; Elementary French<br />

• Proficient in Stata Software and Adobe Suite<br />

• Hobbies include horseback riding, hiking, volleyball, running, guitar, and reading non-fiction and news


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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>- Claremont, CA Expected Graduation: May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Economics Current GPA: 11.16<br />

• Related Coursework: European Modernism, History of Photography, Native North American Art History, 18 th<br />

Century European Art History, Contested Spaces in 19 th century American Art History, Urban Life Japanese<br />

Prints, Introduction to Art History: Prehistory to 1400, Introduction to Art History: 1400- Present<br />

Pace Academy- Atlanta, GA Graduation: May 2016<br />

Cumulative GPA: 97.21<br />

Experience<br />

Annie Wharton + LA Art Consultants- Los Angeles, CA June 2019- August 2019<br />

Intern and Website Editor<br />

• Compiled an excel spreadsheet for every Percent for Art program in the country<br />

• Preformed search engine optimization to improve multiple websites’ trafficking<br />

• Witnessed the curation of an exhibition titled “Children of the Sun” which combines photography and abstract<br />

contemporary art made exclusively by women<br />

• Attended multiple studio visits of Los Angeles-based contemporary artists<br />

• Prepared an event hosted by ArtTable, a non-profit organization dedicated to women’s leadership in the arts<br />

Art Collection Management, Amber Noland- Claremont, CA<br />

June 2019- Present<br />

Personal Assistant<br />

• Compiled a spreadsheet of upcoming contemporary art auctions and fairs in New York, London, and Hong Kong<br />

• Updated collection databases with new appraisal values made by Christie’s and catalogued the change in prices<br />

• Transferred bills and receipts for recent art acquisitions into the correct storage files, updated the database for<br />

these acquisitions, and contacted contemporary art galleries about pick up and drop off information<br />

Williamson Gallery at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>- Claremont, CA October 2018- May 2019<br />

Wilson Intern in Arts Administration<br />

• Produced an exhibition utilizing Williamson Gallery’s collection<br />

• Installed the Salt & Silver photography exhibition by working with the lead curator to learn the process of<br />

creating an exhibition as well as how to drill and measure the placement of each frame<br />

• Facilitated an efficient procession and documentation of nearly 2,000 ceramic art objects from the Marer<br />

collection to photograph for the Marks Project<br />

• Assisted in coordinating the opening event for the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> 75 th Annual Ceramic Exhibition<br />

Athleta- Gap Inc.- Atlanta, GA June 2017- August 2017<br />

Sales Associate<br />

• Operated cash register and customer checkouts accurately while simultaneously building relationships with<br />

customers to drive sales and expand store credit card registration<br />

• Contributed to the visual display of the products in accordance with Athleta visual standards and ensured<br />

appropriate levels of products on the sales floor<br />

• Worked with store managers to brainstorm ideas to increase customer traffic and sales, and aided in the<br />

collection of data and analysis of sales per day<br />

Personal Assistant & Organizer- Atlanta, GA April 2015- August 2015<br />

• Efficiently organized various rooms in home, such as closet, personal office, kitchen, and playroom<br />

• Provided assistance with children while effectively multi-tasking with other independent tasks at hand<br />

• Organized and arranged appointments and meetings in a professional manner<br />

• Formulated a strong and trust-worthy relationship with employer in order to foster a pleasant and productive<br />

work environment


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EDUCATION:<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Philosophy<br />

Expected: May <strong>2020</strong>, GPA: 3.77, Senior Thesis: Combinatorial Game Theory and its Philosophical<br />

Implications<br />

Dean’s List (Fall 2016 – Spring 2018, Spring 2019)<br />

Budapest Semesters in Mathematics, Budapest, Hungary, Spring 2019<br />

EXPERIENCE:<br />

Music Mentors of Pomona Valley Claremont, CA<br />

January 2017 – Present<br />

Mentor, Board Member: September 2017-May 19, Co-President: August 2019-present<br />

• Coordinate events including a recital and fieldtrip for thirty students and assigns mentors to local<br />

students<br />

• Attend board meetings to discuss budget, review event turnout, and plan upcoming events<br />

• Teach private violin lessons to up to four students of varying abilities<br />

• Organize meetings with board and local community centers such as Uncommon Good and the<br />

Draper Center<br />

• Delegate tasks to the board, and holds each mentor accountable for duties<br />

Breakthrough New York New York, New York<br />

September 2019 – Present<br />

High School Application Mentor<br />

• Mentors four New York middle school students through the high school application process by<br />

editing essays and holding students accountable for deadlines<br />

• Checks in weekly with program coordinator to discuss students’ progress<br />

Breakthrough New York The Bronx, New York June – August 2019<br />

Teaching Fellow<br />

• Planned and taught a 9 th grade Geometry course and served as a mentor to up to fifteen collegebound<br />

students<br />

• Co-organized final ceremony and additional recreational activities<br />

• Participated in more than 140 hours of pre-summer training to master instructional practices<br />

Breakthrough New Orleans New Orleans, La. June – August 2018<br />

Teaching Fellow<br />

• Planned and taught an 8 th grade math course, and served as a mentor to twenty students<br />

• Planned and taught an elective class on New Orleans culture and another on cooking to up to<br />

thirty students<br />

• Co-organized and led additional student activities such as the talent show and final ceremony<br />

Learning in Collaboration in Pomona (LINC) Claremont, CA October – December 2017<br />

Tutor and Teaching Assistant<br />

• Volunteered weekly in 5/6 th grade classroom as general assistant to teacher<br />

• One-on-one tutor<br />

ADDITIONAL:<br />

Technical: Proficient in Microsoft Office, skills in Statistical Analysis<br />

Language: Spanish (Intermediate)


EDUCATION<br />

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<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

o Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Studies GPA: 3.9/4<br />

o Awards: Dean’s List – Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018, & Spring 2019<br />

o Relevant Coursework: Organizational Theory & Behavior, Strategic Planning, Strategic Communication,<br />

Politics of Organizational Culture, Positive Organizational Psychology, Negotiating Conflict<br />

DIS Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark August 2018 – December 2018<br />

Nuevos Horizontes, El Bolsón, Argentina February 2014 – July 2014<br />

Collège Carnot, Dijon, France August 2012 – February 2013<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Academic Resources & Services, Claremont, CA<br />

August 2017 – Present<br />

Tutoring Program Coordinator<br />

o Supervise 50 tutors who in turn provide support to 100 students per semester<br />

o Recruit, interview, hire, and train approximately 30 new tutors each semester to fulfill all tutor requests<br />

o Collaborate with multiple parties including faculty, deans, and administrative staff to complete paperwork,<br />

obtain tutor nominations, increase visibility, and market the program<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Performing Arts Center, Claremont, CA<br />

May 2019 – Present<br />

Lead Technician<br />

o Oversee 3 technicians including scheduling shifts and new technician training<br />

o Interview candidates for new Technical Director and provide recommendations on hiring decisions<br />

Technician August 2016 – May 2019<br />

o Facilitate communication between Public Events staff, independent contractors, and external clients<br />

o Organize and provide day-of support including stage set up and break down and in-the-moment problem<br />

solving resulting in 30 events per semester<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Public Events Office, Claremont, CA May 2019 – August 2019<br />

Conference Assistant<br />

o Coordinated within the Public Events office and with other departments on campus to support clients,<br />

addressing problems before they arise<br />

o Supported expansion from three to eleven summer conferences, resulting in an increase from $153,000 to<br />

$695,000 in revenue<br />

COMMUNITY EXPERIENCE<br />

Babes and Blankets (Knitting Club), Claremont, CA<br />

August 2017 – Present<br />

Co-President (Board Member August 2017 – May 2019)<br />

o Manage limited budget by allocating funds for supplies, food, marketing, and entertainment costs resulting<br />

in 25 meetings a year and impacting 30 students<br />

o Market meetings via Facebook events and groups, flyers, and email: quadrupled membership<br />

Girls Fly!, Claremont, CA January 2019 – May 2019<br />

Treasury Intern<br />

o Raised over $5,000 by soliciting donations, resulting in a women’s leadership conference for 300<br />

attendees<br />

o Executed other weekly, conference programming, and day-of-conference production tasks<br />

SKILLS & INTERESTS<br />

o Languages: Proficient in Spanish and French (written & oral)<br />

o Technical: Microsoft Office & Google Suite apps; social media (including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)<br />

o Interests: Knitting, reading, travel, live theater & music


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, August 2016 – May 2019<br />

• Cumulative GPA 3.58 cum laude<br />

• Institutional Review Board Member at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Fall 2016- Spring 2017<br />

• Senior Thesis in Anthropology, honors: IRB approved ethnographic research project: the<br />

significance of independent bookstores in the Pacific Northwest<br />

University of Edinburgh, Scotland<br />

Semester Abroad, Fall 2017<br />

• Class Representative for Empires (anthropology)<br />

______<br />

PROFESIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

Sales and Receiving, Petit and Olson, Bainbridge Island, WA June 2019 - Present<br />

• Facilitated sales and received orders, entering and verifying store inventory<br />

<strong>Book</strong>seller, Harvard <strong>Book</strong>store, Boston, MA June 2018-August 2018<br />

• Processed sales, special orders, managed genre sections, and conducted ethnographic thesis research<br />

Software Tester & Consultant, Handseller, Seattle, WA Summer 2016, 2017-2018<br />

• Provided informational demonstrations and outreach at 2018 <strong>Book</strong>Expo America, NY<br />

• Conducted research and user interface testing to ensure quality of online experience and in-site<br />

navigation for customers and venders<br />

• Conducted extensive quality checks for automatically generated book and author recommendations<br />

to ensure relevancy, compiled alternate book and author recommendations as needed, revised and<br />

ensured quality of age recommendations in children’s section, manually curated classics suggestions<br />

Guest Service Coordinator, InSpa, University Village, Seattle, WA June 2017-September 2017<br />

• Organized and managed appointment bookings, marketed products, and facilitated a positive and<br />

relaxing customer experience<br />

Social Media Coordinator, InSpa, Seattle, WA Summer 2016<br />

• Managed Pinterest account for corporate InSpa; increased traffic and activity on posts<br />

• Independently ran and curated Instagram account for InSpa; University Village branch doubled<br />

followers by promoting InSpa products and sales<br />

Research Assistant, Primate & Predator Project, Durham University, SA Summer 2014, 2015<br />

• Aided in trip preparation and education as student trip lead; gathered camera trap, phenological, and<br />

primate behavioral data with PhD candidates<br />

• Aided in community outreach and environmental education, independently designed educational and<br />

inclusive school mural about the environment and local animals<br />

LEADERSHIP<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Mock Trial Team Captain Spring 2018<br />

Founder and President of <strong>Scripps</strong> Anthropology Society Spring 2018 to Spring 2019<br />

Institutional Review Board Member at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Fall 2016- Spring 2017<br />

SKILLS, HONORS, AND AWARDS<br />

Languages: French, oral and written proficiency<br />

National Health Institute Certified, 2016<br />

Evergreen Girl’s State Representative, 2014<br />

Proficient in Microsoft Office, Wordstock, Zenoti POS, Square POS, Lightspeed POS


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EDUCATION ____________________________________________________________________________<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience, GPA: 3.6<br />

• Internship Grant Recipient, 2019<br />

• Related coursework: Biology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Neuroscience, Psychological<br />

Statistics, Research Methods, Calculus, Physics, Computer Science<br />

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands Fall 2018<br />

• Study abroad program<br />

• Intersectional courses with an emphasis on gender and medicine<br />

___________________________________________________________________________________________<br />

EXPERIENCE______________________________________________________________________________<br />

Empower HerFuture, San Francisco, CA<br />

Spring 2019- Present<br />

Education Development and EHF Mentor<br />

• Designed and conducted workshops for your girls (ages 13-18) to develop pre- professional skills and build<br />

confidence<br />

• Streamlined workshops to create inclusive spaces regardless of race, sexual orientation, religion, class, or<br />

disabilities<br />

• Communicate with staff members from local middle schools and high schools for potential partnerships to our<br />

program<br />

Independent Research, Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA Fall 2019<br />

• Senior Experimental Thesis in Neuroscience: “Therapeutic Alternatives to Current Opioid Analgesics:<br />

Selectivity for Kappa over Mu Receptor in Nalfurafine Analog, RTI-4356-8.” Collaborated with Charles<br />

Chavkin, PhD and Selena Schattauer, PhD<br />

• Designed experiment and analyzed data for an oral presentation, poster presentation, and written thesis<br />

• Assessed selectivity of biased drugs to aid in the development of novel therapeutics for the treatment of chronic<br />

pain<br />

University of Washington Dept. of Pharmacology, Seattle, WA Summer 2019<br />

Undergraduate Research Intern<br />

• Researched different aspects of opioid peptide functioning in the nervous system<br />

• Analyzed complex behavioral effects encoded by cellular, molecular, and system level events<br />

• Examined specific compound for receptor activity using ERK MAPK as a read out; interpreted results from<br />

Western blot analysis on signaling bias and dopamine regulation<br />

M3 Biotechnology, Seattle, WA Summer 2018<br />

Clinical Research Intern<br />

• Managed research and provided input on patient-centered clinical trials to incorporate patient voice in clinical<br />

trial design<br />

• Conducted due diligence research on selected clinical partners<br />

• Directed weekly group discussions of 20+ adults (ages 30-60) pertaining to clinical development<br />

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ADDITIONAL SKILLS________________________________________________________________<br />

• IT: Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Excel, Power Point and Word. Working knowledge of Python and<br />

Visual Studio Code<br />

• Languages: English (native), Spanish (basic), Dutch (basic)


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology<br />

GPA 3.53<br />

Thesis: Effects of a Growth Mindset Intervention on Math Test Performance<br />

Relevant Coursework: Research Design, Academic Writing, Intro to Computer Science, Advanced Statistics, Cognitive<br />

Psychology, Emotions and Positive Psychology, Abnormal Psychology<br />

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE<br />

Lab Team Member September 2018 - February 2019<br />

Neuropsychology of Decision-Making Lab, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

● Recruited older adult participants via phone calls for upcoming cognitive aging experiment<br />

● Conducted experiment on tip of the tongue phenomenon with two colleagues for a doctoral student’s dissertation<br />

● Assisted a professor in editing and annotating research papers that were to be published<br />

● Worked in a team during weekly meetings to brainstorm ideas for improving experiments<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

Media Services Intern<br />

September 2017 - Present<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Audio Visual Department<br />

● Perform checks on classroom audio and video equipment to ensure equipment is in working order for faculty, staff,<br />

and students to use<br />

● Provide support by answering phone calls several times a day from faculty, staff, and students and directing them to<br />

the correct AV professional<br />

● Help set up audio-visual equipment such as cameras, speakers, and lights for college events<br />

Office Assistant<br />

September 2017 - Present<br />

Pomona <strong>College</strong> Linguistics and Cognitive Science Department<br />

● Keep track of receipts for the department and create expense reports on Workday and Works<br />

● Complete administrative tasks such as scanning, filing, and organizing to assist faculty in the department<br />

● Aid with the planning and running of department events such as a linguistics conference with dozens of participants<br />

Summer Intern Summer 2018 & Summer 2019<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Information Technology<br />

● Updated all PCs on campus to Windows 10 to keep campus technology up to date<br />

● Troubleshot issues with computers, phones, and other technology on campus<br />

● Answered phone calls from faculty, staff, and students and created help tickets to solve problems<br />

● Led new interns and helped train them to successfully complete their IT intern responsibilities<br />

Orientation Worker Aug, 2017, Aug. 2018, Aug. 2019<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Information Technology<br />

● Educated incoming first year students about connecting to Wi-Fi and printers, and helped them install necessary<br />

software on their personal computers<br />

● Welcomed new students onto <strong>Scripps</strong> campus by being friendly and supportive<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Basic Spanish<br />

• Basic Python<br />

• Proficient in SPSS, Workday, Works, Microsoft Office Suite: Word, PPT, Excel<br />

• Familiar with Windows 7, 10, and Mac OS


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Studies (minor in Economics)<br />

• GPA: 9.82 (out of 12.00)<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Accounting with Data Analytics, Neuroeconomics, Corporate Finance, Innovation<br />

Management, Organizational Behavior, Statistics, Accounting for Decision Making, DesignLab’s UX<br />

Research and Strategy<br />

• Thesis: Analyzing the impact of CA Senate Bill 826 on Silicon Valley companies’ employees and stock prices<br />

Osaka Gakuin University – Osaka, Japan January 2018 – May 2018<br />

• Received Student of Excellence Award, awarded to one study abroad student per semester<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

August Home – San Francisco, CA<br />

September 2019 – Present<br />

Marketing Intern<br />

• Expanded company knowledge of 500K users by designing and distributing 3 post purchase surveys<br />

• Increased customer conversion rate and sales by proposing a new target market strategy through analyzing<br />

Google search frequency and demographics information, and comparing this to sale revenue per city capita<br />

• Grew team awareness of metrics by 75% by creating a dashboard for PR, sell-through, ad spend, and .com data<br />

adidas – Portland, OR June 2019 – August 2019<br />

Sales Operations Intern<br />

• Increased a $3B wholesale department’s top line growth by proposing new discount strategy, which was<br />

concluded by analyzing $170M of invoice sales, 10+ discount programs, and meeting with Sale Reps<br />

• Refined wholesale forecasting by analyzing a $1M discrepancy between actuals sold and automated forecast<br />

• Shaped the <strong>2020</strong> brand strategy by working with 6 other individuals to propose a digital monitor interactive<br />

solution which would increase communication across teams<br />

The Motley Coffeehouse – Claremont, CA August 2018 – May 2019<br />

Financial Manager<br />

• Managed $200,000 total budget by tracking daily sales, expenditures, and advising 9 other managers’ budgets<br />

• Improved hiring process efficiency by compiling 8 years of data to create an employee hiring financial model<br />

• Expanded team’s financial intelligence by compiling and analyzing 15 years of data to create business plan<br />

Cath Kidston – Tokyo, Japan July 2018 – August 2018<br />

Business Development Intern<br />

• Developed 12 new store opening procedures by working with 6 managing directors in Japan head office<br />

• Enhanced product clarity for foreign consumers by presenting store recommendations for operations and<br />

marketing based on store demographics and locations<br />

LEADERSHIP & AWARDS<br />

Claremont McKenna <strong>College</strong>’s Robert Day Scholars Program<br />

January 2018 – Present<br />

Deloitte Consulting STAR Mentorship Program February 2018 – May 2018<br />

McKinsey & Company Undergraduate Women’s Summit Participant May 2017<br />

First Year Class President, <strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> September 2016 – May 2017<br />

SKILLS & INTERESTS<br />

• Technical: R, Tableau, Google Analytics, Google Data Studio, Looker, NPD, Amazon Vendor Central,<br />

Stackline, TargetBay, Google Trends, Sketch InVision, Adobe Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign),<br />

Microsoft Office, Google Suite<br />

• Interests: Training for marathons, blogging on Medium, learning Japanese, meeting new people


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EDUCATION<br />

BA: Economics and French May <strong>2020</strong><br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> - Claremont, CA<br />

GPA 11.084/12 (3.69 equivalent)<br />

• Dean's List 2016 - 2019<br />

• Recipient of the Dorothy Drake Scholarship for academic achievement<br />

• Questbridge <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Chapter Community Outreach Chair<br />

• Semester of French immersion courses at Sarah Lawrence <strong>College</strong> Paris Program<br />

• Coursework in Econometrics, Statistics, Behavioral Economics, Monetary and Financial Economics, and Macro/Micro Economic<br />

Theory<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Humanities Museum Assistant and Event Planner, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA 09/2016 to Present<br />

• Orchestrate planning and execution of 20 different events (large exhibit openings, panel discussions, poetry readings, and musical<br />

performances) for up to 100 attendees working closely with museum director and individual exhibit organizers<br />

• Managed logistical organization of <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Collector's Circle Gala (art auction) and conversed with trustees in attendance to<br />

advance fundraising by $50,000<br />

• Communicate and welcome visitors, speakers, and the public to the facility<br />

Global Capital Markets Summer Intern, Wilmington Trust N.A., affiliate of M&T Bank – New York, NY 06/2019 to<br />

08/2019<br />

• Conducted field research by individually interviewing 10 Client Associates, 20 Relationship Managers, and 3 C-Suite employees to<br />

assess target areas of improvement for decreasing risk associated with an internal process<br />

• Analyzed existing and gathered qualitative and quantitative data using Excel, created model and provided recommendations for<br />

optimal number of full-time employees necessary to mitigate risk<br />

• Developed a scenario-based exam for Client Associates and Relationship Mangers and sent out exam to over 30 employees to<br />

determine compliance with policies<br />

• Delivered a project collaborating with 30 individuals across account groups redesigning a complex internal process utilized by all of<br />

GCM<br />

• Provided solutions and recommendations through presentation of final deck to 50 GCM leadership team and upper management<br />

Core Program Assistant, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA 08/2018 to 05/2019<br />

• Aided Core Coordinator in organization and execution of the college's signature 3 semester interdisciplinary program for 250<br />

incoming students<br />

• Compiled and processed over 500 confidential assessments and identified target areas of improvement in Adobe Acrobat for the<br />

program from the given feedback<br />

• Scanned physical files into digital records to increase efficiency of access to over 1000 individual assessments<br />

Visual Resources Assistant <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA, 08/2017 to 05/2018<br />

• Organized and maintained extensive visual resource library of over 20,000 35mm slides<br />

• Managed digitization and physical cataloging tasks at once within a team environment as well as worked independently on specific<br />

digital projects for faculty<br />

• Researched art and artists for data entry within catalogue<br />

• Delivered acute Photoshop optimization of over 5,000 digital images for archiving purposes<br />

Chiropractic Assistant, Allied Chiropractic Center – Sun City, AZ 01/2012 to 01/2016<br />

• Oversaw insurance billing, collections, and scheduling for over 50 patients daily<br />

• Supported duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating 4 special medical equipment and<br />

apparatus<br />

• Obtained information about clients' medical history, drug history, complaints and allergies by administering an intake assessment 5<br />

times daily<br />

• Performed clerical duties, such as word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing to insure adherence to the patient<br />

schedule<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Proficient in Stata, Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Office Suite<br />

(Excel, PowerPoint, Visio) Clincpro<br />

• Experience working Six Sigma\ Lean<br />

• Advanced French language proficiency<br />

• Experience working with value stream mapping


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Senior Thesis: “Discovery of Novel, Differentially Expressed Targets in Multiple Myeloma”<br />

Relevant Coursework: Integrated Accelerated Science Sequence (Introductory Chemistry, Introductory<br />

Biology, Introductory Physics), Organic Chemistry I and II, Genetics, Principles of Physical Chemistry I and<br />

II, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Advanced Laboratory in Chemistry I and II, Introduction to Computer<br />

Science, Medical Anthropology, Applied Ecology and Conservation, Cell Biology, Applied Molecular<br />

Evolution<br />

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE<br />

______<br />

Research Assistant<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

W. M. Keck Science Center/ Advisor: Aaron M. Leconte, Ph.D. Fall 2017 to present<br />

Rational design of modified Taq DNA polymerase to improve accuracy of modified-DNA synthesis<br />

• Cloned six rationally designed mutants of Taq polymerase to potentially improve the error rate of 2’Fmodified<br />

nucleotide incorporation<br />

• Used high-throughput sequencing based assay to determine that the error rate for one of the mutants<br />

was reduced by half in comparison to parent enzyme<br />

• Continuing to characterize remaining mutants using high-throughput sequencing assay<br />

Research Fellow<br />

Scottsdale, AZ<br />

Mayo Clinic <strong>College</strong> of Medicine/ PI: Diane F. Jelinek, Ph.D. Summer 2019<br />

Discovery of Novel, Differentially Expressed Targets in Multiple Myeloma<br />

• Analyzed RNA sequencing data from lab-derived multiple myeloma cell lines and in vitro generated<br />

plasma cells to generate list of novel targets overexpressed in myeloma cell lines over in vitro generated<br />

plasma cells (IVPCs) to validate in order to identify new targets for the treatment of the disease<br />

• Initial RT-qPCR and flow cytometry experiments support that Tetraspanin 7 (TSPAN7) and Collagen<br />

Triple Helix Repeats Complex 1 (CTHRC1) are both novel, highly overexpressed targets in myeloma cell<br />

lines in comparison to IVPCs<br />

• Utilized research for written thesis, oral and poster presentation in partial fulfilment for major<br />

PRESENTATIONS<br />

Keck Science Research Symposium (Poster)<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Rational Design of Taq Polymerases with Improved Accuracy September 2018<br />

Keck Science Brown Bag Presentation Series (Oral)<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Rational Design of Taq Polymerases with Improved Accuracy July 2018<br />

Mayo Clinic SURF Program Presentation Series (Oral)<br />

Scottsdale, AZ<br />

Discovery of Novel, Differentially Expressed Targets in Multiple Myeloma July 2019<br />

American Chemical Society National Meeting 2019<br />

San Diego, CA<br />

Rational Design of Taq Polymerases with Improved Accuracy August 2019<br />

Keck Science Research Symposium (Oral)<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Discovery of Novel, Differentially Expressed Targets in Multiple Myeloma September 2019<br />

Keck Science Senior Thesis Poster Session<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Discovery of Novel, Differentially Expressed Targets in Multiple Myeloma December 2019<br />

AWARDS<br />

Seaver Institute Scholarship Fund ($8,416) Spring 2018<br />

• Awarded to academically talented students at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

W. M. Keck Foundation Summer Research Fellowship ($4000) Summer 2018<br />

• Funding for 10 weeks of full-time research at the W. M. Keck Science Center


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Mayo Clinic Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship ($6000) Summer 2019<br />

• Awarded to a select number of undergraduates interested in pursuing biomedical research to work with<br />

a faculty member on a real-world medical project for a summer<br />

SKILLS<br />

Biochemical techniques: Flow cytometry (includes experience using BD LSR Fortessa, BD FACSCelesta, analysis<br />

with FACS DIVA, FlowJo), plasmid purification, protein expression and purification (includes bacterial cell culture,<br />

lysis, nickel column chromatography, SDS-PAGE, Bradford assay), Gibson assembly cloning (includes primer<br />

design, PCR, cloning, transformation, Sanger sequencing), enzyme activity assays (including optimization and<br />

execution of enzymatic assays, gel electrophoresis, LiCor gel imaging), Western blotting, RT-qPCR, tissue<br />

culturing, histochemical cell staining<br />

Chemical techniques: Titration, recrystallization, TLC, column chromatography, liquid-liquid extraction,<br />

distillation, UV-Vis spectroscopy, NMR, mass spectrometry, HPLC<br />

Computer Science Languages: Familiar with Python<br />

Foreign Languages: Proficient in Korean<br />

OTHER EXPERIENCES<br />

Senior Interviewer at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Admissions Office August 2019 to December 2019<br />

• Duties include interviewing prospective students and writing up interview reports as part of the<br />

applicant reviewing process for incoming class<br />

• Answered questions that guests had regarding <strong>Scripps</strong> and provided directions to navigate the campus<br />

• Helped with administrative duties in the office such as preparing informational packets for prospective<br />

students and maintaining a welcoming and organized office space<br />

Resident Advisor, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Fall 2018 to Spring 2019<br />

• Provided support for students by being knowledgeable about different resources on-campus and<br />

mediated roommate conflicts when needed<br />

• Organized and led hall meetings and communicated safety reminders through email and other social<br />

media platforms<br />

• Programmed at least six events in the residence halls towards building an inclusive and social<br />

community<br />

• Served as a bridge between the students and the professional staff by participating in weekly two-hour<br />

meetings with the professional staff and administrative staff to bring up concerns or suggestions by the<br />

student body<br />

Student Volunteer in Pediatrics Department at Pomona Valley Hospital<br />

August to Present<br />

• Assisted nurses with duties when needed such as delivering items to various wings of the hospital<br />

• Played with children, cleaned up playrooms, and sanitized surfaces frequently<br />

• Helped out at the front desk guiding families to patient rooms, answering the telephone and filing away<br />

patient charts<br />

MEDLIFE Mobile Clinic Volunteer- Peru Spring 2017<br />

• Traveled to Peru to volunteer 40+ hours with a mobile medical clinic providing healthcare to undersupported<br />

communities in rural areas surrounding Lima<br />

• Worked 10+ hours on a construction project to build a staircase in a local community to provide them<br />

with better accessibility to homes<br />

MEDLIFE Mobile Clinic Volunteer- Ecuador Fall 2017<br />

• Traveled to Ecuador to volunteer 40+ hours with a mobile medical clinic providing healthcare to undersupported<br />

communities in rural areas in Riobamba, Ecuador<br />

• Assisted nurses and physicians by setting up equipment and stations, helping guide patients throughout<br />

the clinic and answering any questions


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Science, Computational Neuroscience GPA 3.2 Expected January <strong>2020</strong><br />

Relevant Courses: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Principles of Accounting, Strategic Cost and<br />

Management, Financial Economics, Principles of Computer Science<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Sales and Marketing Associate May 2019 – June 2019<br />

Entrepreneur Global Solutions, Inc.<br />

• Improved sales efficiency through data-driven insights and enablement for Costco and Best<br />

Buy sales teams<br />

• Leveraged go-to-market data to develop DirectTV sales strategy leading to a 30% sales lift<br />

Computational Neuroscience Research Assistant for Dr. David Keater August 2018 – May 2019<br />

University of California, Irvine<br />

• Implemented Neuroimaging Data Model (NIDM) semantic web project to create a more reliable<br />

and efficient information database for neuroimaging research<br />

• Created query database using Python and SPARQL languages<br />

• Cooperated with researchers from Cambridge, Harvard, and Stanford to drive further<br />

innovation and adoption<br />

Cell Biology Research Assistant for Dr. Zhaohua Irene Tang January 2018 – January 2019<br />

W.M Keck Science Center<br />

• Investigated the cellular localization and phosphorylation of Pabp in relation to Nsk1<br />

• Presented technical results to a diverse audience through written and oral presentations<br />

• Researched and interpreted large volumes of scientific data and literature<br />

Neuroscience Research Assistant for Prof. Melissa Coleman August 2017 – December 2017<br />

W.M Keck Science Center<br />

• Performed neurosurgery procedures on zebra finch birds in a laboratory setting to investigate<br />

the effect of dopamine on a zebra finch bird’s ability to find a mate<br />

• Conducted quantitative analytical processes of bird-song data with SAS, Python, and Excel<br />

LEADERSHIP<br />

Head Mentor / Co-Founder<br />

August 2017 – Present<br />

Claremont International Student Mentorship Program<br />

• Raised awareness of the lack of international diversity to the <strong>Scripps</strong> President to double the<br />

admittance of international students within 3 years<br />

• Organize 2 social fairs per year for the international community and fundraised over $1800<br />

• Coordinated closely with 15 officers and 120+ members from different colleges to host career<br />

workshops, social events, guest speakers, and networking events annually<br />

• Assisted 20+ students with academic, family, disability, or social issues<br />

Teaching Assistant for Computer Science Courses<br />

December 2017 – Present<br />

Harvey Mudd <strong>College</strong><br />

SKILLS<br />

• Host office hours to review computer science with concepts and provide help with<br />

assignments for 150+ undergraduates<br />

• Collaborate with 20 peers to grade homework and tests, & create assignments and projects<br />

• Teach python concepts to 20+ students with a non-technical major or background<br />

Technical Skills: Microsoft Office 365 (Fluent), Adobe Creative Cloud (Fluent), Python (Proficient),<br />

HTML (Intermediate), Java (Intermediate), SPARQL (Proficient)


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EDUCATION<br />

BACHELOR OF ARTS Economics<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Claremont, CA | May 2019<br />

• Minored in Spanish<br />

• Thesis: The Effect of Welfare Work Requirements on TANF Recipients: Individual Employment and Economic<br />

Mobility<br />

• Coursework in Mirco & Macro Economics, Finance, Statistics, Calculus, and Spanish<br />

• Recipient of Little and Stuart Mackeown Scholarship<br />

• Dean's List Spring 2018<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

VIPER<br />

VIP Event Relations Lead | Los Angeles, CA | July 2019 - Current<br />

• Guest list Management and compilation via Excel and SevenRooms, lists ranging from small (ex. 100) to several<br />

thousands<br />

• Run efficient and effective door operations on site for event with post analysis and stats for client<br />

• Walk through, strategy meetings and planning with client leading up to event<br />

• Oversee onsite to ensure best EQ, use of correct verbiage, practice, and troubleshooting<br />

• Build and sustain solid partnerships and relationships with current and potential clientele through high level of<br />

professionalism, exceptional service and communication<br />

• Increased client satisfaction and repeat business through relentless pursuit of resolutions to problems arising from door<br />

operations, protecting company reputation and loyal client base<br />

• Negotiated agreements between employees to clarify misunderstood directions and resolve<br />

BECKMAN COULTER<br />

Accounting Coordinator | Brea, CA | July 2019 - December 2019<br />

• Managed government accounts and disputes<br />

• Processed average of 40-50 invoices on daily basis using Oracle and Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF), including<br />

accurate and efficient data entry in Excel<br />

• Maintained accurate documentation regarding accounts receivables in accordance with company policies and to ensure<br />

deadlines were met<br />

• Reached out to customers to ascertain reasons for past due accounts<br />

• Prepared and updated weekly account reports consisting of all payments and account status and disseminated<br />

information to appropriate management staff<br />

• Established key relationships with team members, management and customers through well-developed communication<br />

and interpersonal skills<br />

BAIRD<br />

Private Wealth Management Intern | Seattle, WA | July 2018 - August 2018<br />

• Developed, updated and maintained database of over 500 existing and potential clients in Customer Relationship<br />

Management (CRM) software<br />

• Assisted Financial Advisors in meeting preparation through wholistic client mapping, annual client books and reports<br />

• Analyzed and researched tax and savings plans and delivered presentation to firm<br />

• Leveraged knowledge of stock prices and industry trends to optimize investment options<br />

• Trained colleagues on Mindjet software for financial planning to maximize business and efficiency<br />

• Calculated stock prices and amount based on client accounts<br />

• Built relationships across firm through interpersonal skills, performance, and communication<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word<br />

• Spanish (Intermediate Proficiency)<br />

• Data compilation, interpretation and analysis<br />

• STATA - Data mining Software<br />

• Project Management and organization


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Education:<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Expected Graduation, May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts: International Intercultural Studies & Feminist Gender Sexuality Studies<br />

GPA: 3.92 | Academic Dean’s List (Fall 2016 to Present)<br />

Senior Thesis | South Asian American Activism: Disrupting Foundations, Harnessing Fault Lines & Imagining<br />

Collective Futures<br />

Experience:<br />

Asian American Resource Center<br />

September 2017 to Present<br />

Intern<br />

● Plan and facilitate events for the Asian American & Pacific Islander community on campus<br />

● Serving as a member of the Committee for South Asian Voices & Production Committee<br />

● Conducted group interviews and evaluated of intern applicants for the Hiring Committee<br />

MADRE August to October 2019<br />

Communications Consultant for VIVA Girls Initiative<br />

● Wrote impact stories to centralize information regarding the VIVA Girls portfolio<br />

● Created media mock-ups regarding MADRE’s partnerships to complement written materials<br />

Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human Rights May to August 2019<br />

Development & Communications Intern<br />

● Conducted potential donor research, which supported in the donor cultivation process<br />

● Organized and facilitated “Young Activists Imagining the Future of Human Rights” workshop by<br />

arranging catering, promotion, venue selection, and event program<br />

● Supported Care & Protection research process by coordinating logistics, participating in interviews with<br />

activists, and completing transcriptions<br />

South Asian Mentorship Program March 2018 to May 2019<br />

Head Mentor<br />

● Trained 16 mentors through a weeklong workshop series on social justice, mental health, etc.<br />

● Recruited 60 mentees from the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s by outreach via email and social media<br />

● Communicated with administrators to ensure the program’s longevity<br />

South Asian Network January to May 2018<br />

Community Engagement & Development Intern<br />

● Crafted two grant proposals for the Mental Health Unit<br />

● Planned and promoted events on topics such as interpersonal violence and immigration, enabling greater<br />

awareness of SAN’s resources and support with citizenship applications<br />

Sakhi for South Asian Women May to August 2017<br />

Development Intern<br />

● Sustained communication with donors to foster lasting relationships and investment<br />

● Maintained grants tracking and conducted research on potential grants<br />

Skills:<br />

Languages: Spanish (verbal and written)<br />

Technology: Proficient in Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, WordPress, Photoshop, Social Media, Salesforce<br />

Fundraising: First Giving, GuideStar, Foundation Directory Online


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont CA May 2019<br />

Dual Bachelor of Arts in History & Latin American and Caribbean Studies<br />

Accumulative GPA: 3.7 (cum laude, Dean’s List)<br />

Senior Thesis: ‘Stitching Art, Life and Revolution: Women’s Political Struggles Through<br />

Needlework’<br />

Relevant Coursework: Latin America Since Independence, European Art from 1850 to<br />

1940, Empire and Colonialism in the Middle East & South Asia, Africa in World Politics<br />

from 1984.<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Library Proctor, History Department Library at Pomona <strong>College</strong> Nov 2017 – April 2019<br />

• Provided students with library services and resources.<br />

• Ensured proper maintenance of library activity and environment.<br />

Research Assistant, History Department at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Feb 2017 – Dec 2018<br />

• Transcribed and translated research interviews from Spanish to English for Professor Cindy<br />

Forster.<br />

• Simultaneously interpreted Spanish to English guest-lecturers for students and faculty.<br />

Research Assistant, History Department at Pomona <strong>College</strong> May 2016 – Aug 2016<br />

• Assisted Professor Miguel Tinker Salas by conducting archival research.<br />

• Analyzed and organized over 10,000 pages of micro-film documents.<br />

AWARDS<br />

• History Senior Thesis Award; 2019<br />

• Latin American and Caribbean Studies; 2019<br />

• Honors in History Major; 2019<br />

• Honors in Latin American and Caribbean Studies Major; 2019<br />

• Mellon Undergraduate Research Fellow; 2017<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Languages: Fluent English & Spanish; Conversational Mandarin and German<br />

• Computer: Microsoft Office; Adobe Photoshop CC.<br />

• Organizer: Planned, led and moderated diverse human rights’ advocacy workshops.


EDUCATION<br />

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<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> | Claremont, CA Aug 2016 - Dec 2019<br />

• Bachelor of Arts in Asian & Asian American Studies, Significant Coursework in Astrophysics & Chinese<br />

o Hsu Fund for Academic Relations with China, James W. Gould International Relations Scholarship, Al<br />

Neuharth Free Spirit & Journalism Scholarship<br />

Shaanxi Normal University | Xi’an, China Jun - Aug 2018<br />

• 2018 Critical Language Scholarship: a competitive all-expenses-paid US Dept of State-sponsored scholarship<br />

awarded to students whose career goals and language mastery are critical to national security & economic<br />

prosperity, completed advanced level & business Chinese coursework<br />

Osaka Gakuin University | Osaka, Japan Aug - Dec 2018<br />

• Completed full intermediate Japanese curriculum, following Japanese-only language pledge<br />

• Self-directed a research project about mixed-race/heritage people & immigration in Japan in Japanese<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Work Portfolio<br />

Production & Administrative Assistant<br />

Fung Bros Comedy | Los Angeles, CA<br />

Oct 2019 - Present<br />

• Managed brand deals & collaborations for Fung Bros YouTube channel (reach of +2mil subscribers)<br />

• Spearheaded outreach for The A3N Podcast, which centers human connection through culture & media<br />

Program Intern Aug 2017 - Dec 2019<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Communities of Resources & Empowerment (Diversity Office) | Claremont, CA<br />

• Organized college-wide social justice programming w/ immigration, census, & Pacific Islander focus<br />

• Joint position w/ Asian American Resource Center at Pomona <strong>College</strong><br />

Administrative Assistant at the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Sallie Tiernan Field House Aug 2017 - Dec 2019<br />

• Maximized Field House efficiency through analytical modeling & statistics<br />

• Worked closely with Field House Director to ensure quality & consistency across teams<br />

Head of Web Design & Social Media Jul - Dec 2019<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Music Department | Claremont, CA<br />

• Directed graphic design for LA Chinatown Massacre of 1871 Commemoration Event materials<br />

• Studied social media trends closely to effectively launch millennial-targeted advertising<br />

Editorial Intern Mar - Jun 2019<br />

Character Media/KORE Asian Media | Gardena, CA<br />

• Curated & wrote stories centering entertainment industry Asian Pacific Islander experiences<br />

• Worked Editor-in-Chief by covering industry events & pitching stories to increase website viewership<br />

I-Chat Lounge English Intern Sep - Dec 2018<br />

Osaka Gakuin University | Osaka, Japan<br />

• Mentored 30+ university students in beginning to advanced English conversation, TEOFL, & IELTS<br />

• Produced, directed, & edited I-Chat Lounge Promotional video<br />

ADDITIONAL SKILLS<br />

Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Cloud Suite<br />

Creative Director (President) of Shogo Taiko Team (Japanese Drumming) | Sep 2016 - Dec 2019<br />

Co-Head of Asian American Student Union | Aug 2017 - Dec 2019<br />

Co-Head of Fostering Race Consciousness & Equity in STEM | Aug 2017 - Dec 2019<br />

Advocacy Head & Grant Writer of <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Challah for Hunger | Aug 2017 - Dec 2019


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Francesca B - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA May 2019<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy Cum Laude GPA 3.8<br />

• Thesis: Higher-Order Thought and Borderline Cases of Consciousness: Objection to HOT<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Hunger Intervention Program<br />

October 2019-present<br />

AmeriCorps Member, Food Security and Nutrition Program Coordinator<br />

• Coordinated the Healthy HIP Pack Program by facilitating school partnerships, organizing volunteer<br />

events and tracking inventory<br />

• Redesigned and improved the contents of the Health HIP Packs in order to lower sodium and added sugar<br />

in the pack<br />

• Facilitated nutrition/cooking classes for elementary school students in after school programs and<br />

enrichment programs, which involved creating class agendas, instructing classes of 10-15 students, and<br />

implementing data collection surveys to monitor behavioral change in their healthy eating habits<br />

• Assisted with fundraising and donor outreach<br />

The Humane League August 2018 – August 2019<br />

Grassroots Outreach Intern<br />

• Organized a protest for the 88% McDonald’s campaign, which urges McDonald’s to update their welfare<br />

policy for broiler chickens<br />

• Drafted letters to the editor on McDonald’s business model and the consumer demand for higher welfare<br />

standards for farm animals<br />

• Conducted research to update Humane Education presentations on climate change and the animal<br />

agriculture industry<br />

• Managed an outreach table at OC VegFest to raise awareness on Prop 12 and assist people with iAnimal<br />

virtual reality headsets<br />

The Motley Coffeehouse<br />

Barista September 2015 – May 2019<br />

• Maintained a high level of consistency and customer service while performing barista duties including<br />

drink making, stocking, register, and knowledge of inventory and policies.<br />

• Performed general cleaning and maintenance of the space, including a bi-yearly deep clean<br />

• Generated ideas to help align the space with our mission statement, such as exhibiting student art on the<br />

walls and promoting sustainable product chains<br />

• Participated in a products committee conducting research on the sustainable and ethical sourcing of the<br />

companies The Motley purchases from<br />

LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES<br />

• Co-leader, 5C Students for Animals, Claremont, CA<br />

o Recruited members, delegated tasks according to member interest, organized cooking and<br />

outreach events<br />

• Content Editor, [In]visible Magazine, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

o Edited submissions, attended bi-monthly meetings, crafted my own submissions, facilitated<br />

outreach at club fairs<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Languages: Spanish (Advanced), French (Intermediate)<br />

• Certifications: Food Handler’s Certification


Emelia BM - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Cumulative GPA: 3.85/4.0<br />

• Senior Thesis: Language Transfer Between English and German: A Phonetics-Based Study of Interactions<br />

Between Speakers’ Native and Second-Language Vowel Systems<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Language & Society, Language & Gender, Foreign Language & Culture Teaching<br />

Clinic<br />

Humboldt Universität/IES Abroad, Berlin, Germany Feb 2019-Aug 2019<br />

• Relevant Coursework: C1 Language Course, German Language History<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Research Assistant, Pomona <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Sept 2018-Present<br />

• Transcribed and coded interviews of African American students’ experiences at predominantly white<br />

institutions<br />

• Coded data from presidential debates for intonational phrase boundaries, issue, and affect<br />

• Presented on intonation within political speech at Linguistic Society of America’s <strong>2020</strong> annual meeting<br />

Intern, Refugio, Berlin, Germany Jul 2019-Aug 2019<br />

• Managed events and fundraisers alongside refugees to support integration and shared living<br />

• Attended English language tables to speak individually with refugees to improve their English<br />

Teaching Assistant, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Sept 2018-Dec 2018<br />

• Evaluated and gave feedback on students’ weekly synopses and in-class performance in a teaching clinic<br />

course<br />

Intern, Justine Sherman & Associates, Claremont, CA Jun 2018-Aug 2018<br />

• Designed speech therapy treatments for clients ranging in age from 2-22<br />

• Researched therapy techniques and created a pamphlet to be used for community outreach<br />

Language Consultant, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Jan 2017-Dec 2018<br />

• Tutored students one-on-one on German grammar, pronunciation, and conversation<br />

• Provided faculty with language-specific cultural resources<br />

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE<br />

Aide to Reading Specialist, Arcata Elementary School, Arcata, CA Aug 2019<br />

• Administered reading evaluations to assess students’ baseline reading and comprehension<br />

German Teacher, Chaparral Elementary School, Claremont, CA Sept 2017-May 2018<br />

• Designed and taught two semester-long courses to first- and fourth-grade students on German language<br />

and culture<br />

• Developed and implemented creative lessons independently and with a colleague<br />

SKILLS AND AWARDS<br />

• Advanced conversational and written German (Goethe Institut Hamburg)<br />

• Computer: Microsoft Office, Linguistic Software (Praat, ELAN, DARLA)<br />

• Merle A. & Edith G. Potter Award (<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, May 2018), Internship Grant (<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>,<br />

March 2018), Dean’s List (<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Fall 2016-Spring 2019), Seal of Biliteracy: German, Spanish<br />

(Humboldt State University, April 2016)


Sophie B - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts, History, Minor in Anthropology Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

GPA: 3.9<br />

Member of Honors History Society<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

The Field Museum<br />

Chicago, IL<br />

Urban Environmental Anthropology Intern May 2018—August 2018<br />

• Conducted participant observation research evaluating effectiveness of youth public art programming in<br />

promoting cross-neighborhood understanding, civic engagement, and pride in cultural heritage<br />

• Implemented surveys about visitor experience and transportation to museum campus to inform future<br />

equitable access for city residents<br />

• Developed Google Sheets tool connecting 200+ environmental and community organizations to better<br />

facilitate community climate change efforts across Chicago region<br />

• Updated 40+ online environmental educational tools using Adobe Lightroom to maintain museum’s<br />

mission of promoting conservation and cultural understanding<br />

Honoré Farm & Mill<br />

Larkspur, CA<br />

Research Intern July 2017—August 2017<br />

• Conducted significant quantitative research comparing the environmental and health impact of conventional<br />

wheat to wheat grown by Honoré Farm & Mill; results utilized in sustainability conference to promote<br />

ecologically friendly farming techniques<br />

• Conceptualized and facilitated execution of new website design and content<br />

• Wrote blog posts about wheat sustainability and food justice to cultivate Honoré image and mission<br />

Share the Harvest Farm<br />

East Hampton, NY<br />

Farm Intern July 2016—August 2016<br />

• Collaborated with a team of five farm interns and supervisors to provide hundreds of pounds produce for<br />

local low-income families<br />

• Performed strenuous fieldwork planting, weeding, and harvesting vegetables six days per week<br />

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE<br />

Challah for Hunger<br />

Lead Baking Manager<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

August 2017—Present<br />

• Supervise volunteers through the bread-making process to bake 70 pounds of dough in industrial kitchen<br />

weekly<br />

• Donate proceeds from sales to fight food insecurity nationally and locally<br />

Food Recovery Network<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Transportation Volunteer August 2017—Present<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Recover 100+ pounds uneaten food weekly from college dining hall and transport to local women’s shelter<br />

• Prevent food waste and methane emissions by providing free food to organizations in need<br />

Proficient in Adobe Lightroom, Microsoft Suite, and Google Suite


Talia B - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Writing and Rhetoric with a minor in Politics<br />

Cumulative GPA— 3.8, Dean’s List All Semesters<br />

Thesis—Do as I say: A Rhetorical Analysis of Public High School Mission Statements in California<br />

Related Coursework: Writing Op-ed, Social Action Writing & Rhetoric, International Political Journalism, Politics<br />

of Journalism, Writing about Justice in Politics, Political Theory, Autism Spectrum Seminar, Public School<br />

Teaching<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Print Edition Editor, Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy, Claremont, CA April 2019 to Present<br />

• Provide editorial support and direction to staff and guest writers<br />

• Collaborate with other executive board members in content selection<br />

Tutor, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Writing Center, Claremont, CA<br />

August 2018 to Present<br />

• Assist students in all aspects of the writing process from brainstorming to fine-tuning<br />

• Engage students by creating surveys to better understand community needs, managing the Writing<br />

Center’s Facebook page, and increase the utility of the Writing Center as a study space<br />

Development Intern, Red Hen Press, Pasadena, CA May 2019 to August 2019<br />

• Researched interests and finances of potential donors<br />

• Identified dozens of relevant grant opportunities through online search tools<br />

• Composed ten grant applications<br />

• Executed large-scale mailings to donors and partner foundations<br />

Congressional Campaign Intern, Bend the Arc, Los Angeles, CA August 2018 to November 2018<br />

• Built coalitions with Jewish and progressive organizations in Orange County<br />

• Recruited volunteers through targeted email, texting, and phone banking campaigns<br />

• Led canvassing efforts<br />

Event Staff Intern, Foundation for Jewish Camp, Waynesboro, PA October 2017 to May 2018<br />

• Assisted faculty in designing six workshops on teaching social justice concepts to children and teenagers<br />

• Planned and executed logistics for a four-day conference with 300+ attendees and 30+ faculty members<br />

Director of Camper Care, Camp JCA Shalom, Los Angeles, CA<br />

June 2018 to August <strong>2020</strong> (Seasonal)<br />

• Directs counselors and supervisors in caring for 700+ campers over two months<br />

• Communicate with parents and guardians via phone and email to arrange logistics, provide updates on<br />

camper wellness, and work through emotional or behavioral problems that may arise<br />

• Design and lead two-week training in resolving conflicts using restorative practices, creating healthy cabin<br />

dynamics, caring for campers’ physical and emotional health and safety for 100+ supervisors and<br />

counselors<br />

• Provide support for campers with developmental/psychological disabilities or additional medical needs<br />

• Supervise and train the Camper Care Team, consisting of two coordinators<br />

Program Assistant/Staff Care Coordinator, Camp JCA Shalom, Los Angeles, CA June 2017 to August 2017<br />

• Planned and executed programs focusing on community building, leadership development, and self-care<br />

for 300+ children and adults<br />

• Coordinated transportation, housing, and worker documentation for international staff members<br />

• Created scheduling for 100+ staff members<br />

Administrative Assistant, Adat Ari El Synagogue, Los Angeles, CA January 2016 to May 2016<br />

• Managed website, Twitter, and Facebook accounts increasing followers and engagement<br />

• Performed clerical duties including filing, sorting mail, intra-office memos, answering phones, and general<br />

office organization<br />

ACTIVITIES AND SKILLS<br />

Leadership Experience: <strong>Scripps</strong> Kehillah Social Justice Chair (2017-2018)/Programming Manager (2018-<br />

2019)/President (2019-<strong>2020</strong>); <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Mock Trial Secretary (2018-2019)/Treasurer (2019-<strong>2020</strong>); Bend<br />

the Arc: Jewish Action Volunteer (2018-Present); Food Forward Intern (2016-2017)<br />

Language Proficiency: Basic conversational and written Spanish; Basic conversational and written Hebrew<br />

Skills: Microsoft Office Suite, Google Suite, social media management, cold calling, grant writing, donor research,<br />

canvassing


Maggie B - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Classical Studies<br />

• Thesis: Embodiment of Power: Representations of Women in Relief Panels from the Sebasteion at<br />

Aphrodisias as Personifications of Roman Imperial Influence<br />

American University, Washington, D.C. Jan 2019 – May 2019<br />

Washington Semester Program<br />

• Coursework: U.S. Politics and Policy, Human Development and Global Issues, Effective Activism<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Scholar in Action, Laspa Center for Leadership, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Sept. 2018 – Dec 2018, Sept 2019 – Present<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

• Developed, marketed, moderated, and facilitated programming to foster sustainable and impactful leadership<br />

among the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> community<br />

• Collaborated with team members to found and lead the Laspa Center for Leadership’s Civic Engagement<br />

Initiative to educate and empower community members regarding civic engagement<br />

Intern/Interim Staff Assistant, United States House of Representatives May 2019 – Aug 2019<br />

Washington, D.C<br />

• Supported administrative functions of the office by sorting mail, answering phones, processing tour and flag<br />

requests<br />

• Supported legislative functions of the office by compiling legislative and press materials and attending<br />

briefings<br />

Public Policy Intern, National Network for Youth, Washington, D.C. Feb 2019 – April 2019<br />

• Research and draft reports and publications regarding policy issues<br />

• Maintain congressional, clientele, and communications databases<br />

• Attend and assist in preparing for meetings with coalitions and members of Congress<br />

Field Organizer and Intern, Polis for Colorado, Grand Junction, CO May 2018 – June 2018<br />

• Called 250-300 voters and recruited approximately eight volunteers per day<br />

• Visited homes and talked with voters about Democratic candidate for governor of Colorado<br />

ACTIVITIES<br />

Digital Content Writer, Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy, Claremont, CA Sept 2019 – Present<br />

• Research and write articles of approximately 800 words exploring public policy issues<br />

• Collaborate with editor to publish articles on Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy online blog<br />

Co-President, <strong>Scripps</strong> Politics Association, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Sept 2018 – Present<br />

• Develop and implement events to facilitate network and resource building for the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> politics<br />

community<br />

• Collaborate with Co-President to prepare for and lead meetings and events, manage budget, and recruit new<br />

members<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Mock Trial, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Sept 2018 – Present<br />

• Collaborate with team members to prepare and present collegiate mock trial cases in competitive tournaments<br />

VOLUNTEER WORK<br />

Mirror Memoirs, Los Angeles, CA March 2017 – May 2017<br />

• Supported the mission of Mirror Memoirs oral history project by transcribing an interview<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Computer including proficiency in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, G-Suite, WordPress, Canva<br />

• Social media marketing including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter


Priya C - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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EDUCATION:<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts Dual Major: Cognitive Science (Psychology Track) and Foreign Languages (Philology<br />

Track) Dean’s List, GPA: 3.7<br />

Senior thesis- Merde, Merde, Merde: The Testing Effect, Foreign Language Anxiety, and their Impact<br />

on Foreign Language Learning<br />

____________________________________________________________________________________<br />

RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE:<br />

Campus Ambassador for Teach for America<br />

• Identify and recruit leaders at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s to join Teach for America<br />

• Advocate for equitable education systems<br />

2019-Present<br />

Co-Editor in Chief of The <strong>Scripps</strong> Voice<br />

2019-Present<br />

• Maintain journalistic excellence alongside a staff of 30 dedicated staff writers, copy editors,<br />

design editors, and web managers. Held the position of Copy Editor from 2016-2019.<br />

• Excel at long-form and investigative journalism, interviewing, and adhering to AP style<br />

Co-President of Activities Team (A-Team)<br />

2019-Present<br />

• Serve as a leader for a competitive, alcohol-alternative organization on campus that leads trips<br />

around the Los Angeles area and plans substance-free events for students at the Claremont<br />

<strong>College</strong>s. Joined as a member in 2016.<br />

Tutor for Upward Bound<br />

2016-Present<br />

• Mentor and tutor a dedicated group of underserved high school students once a week.<br />

• Maintains a successful precollege learning environment based on growth-learning mindset.<br />

Summer Teaching Fellow for the Ascend Public Charter School Network Summer 2019<br />

• Co-taught a third grade summer school class, primarily focusing on ELA<br />

• Received immediate training and feedback through a mentorship program<br />

• Learned and became successful at implementing the Responsive Classroom model of teaching<br />

Team Advisor at the National Student Leadership Conference, Vanderbilt University Summer 2018<br />

• Acted as a mentor, teacher, and residential advisor to high school students interested in pursuing<br />

careers in Psychology and Neuroscience<br />

HONORS/AWARDS<br />

• Student Representative to the Board of Trustees: 2018-2019<br />

• Recipient of the following scholarships: Alyce de Roulet Williamson (2017, 2018), Samella<br />

Lewis Scholarship (2018), Aseneth Louise Willits Memorial (2019), and Carolyn Revelle (2019)<br />

• <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Humanities Institute Fellow: 2017<br />

SKILLS<br />

• French (Advanced), Arabic (Beginner-Intermediate)<br />

• Proficient in the Microsoft Suite, Adobe InDesign, and WordPress


Zoe CC - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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Education___________________________________________________________________________<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Minor in Spanish Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Cumulative GPA 3.95; Dean’s List, Fall 2016 - Present<br />

Thesis – “The Roles of Regulations, Owners, and Social Responsibility in Small Business<br />

Environmental Sustainability"<br />

Hamilton <strong>College</strong> Academic Semester in Spain, Madrid, Spain January-May 2019<br />

Immersion program; coursework in sociology, literature, and art<br />

Experience__________________________________________________________________________<br />

Visitor Program Intern, World Affairs Council of Kentucky, Louisville, KY May 2019-August 2019<br />

• Prepared and administered professional and cultural exchanges between American and foreign<br />

professionals from 20+ countries<br />

• Researched regional resources in drug rehabilitation, interfaith collaborations, and entrepreneurship<br />

to produce visit proposals for international visitors<br />

Camp Program Aide and Volunteer, Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana, Brooks, KY Summers 2014-2019<br />

• Assisted 12 young girls in camp activities including fishing, outdoor cooking, and singing<br />

• Demonstrated leadership skills while guiding scouts and adult volunteers around camp<br />

Program Assistant Intern, Backside Learning Center, Louisville, KY May 2018-August 2018<br />

• Developed lesson plans and taught English to 18 adult students to improve their communication<br />

skills and cultural knowledge<br />

• Designed infographics and crafted grant application components to apply for multi-thousand-dollar<br />

grants<br />

Peer Mentor, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> New Student Program, Claremont, CA August 2017-May 2018<br />

• Aided 8 first-year students in their transition to college by guiding orientation activities<br />

• Supported first-year students by serving as an academic and social resource<br />

Shift Leader, Homemade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen, Louisville, KY June 2017-August 2017<br />

• Managed the cash drawer and safe to ensure accurate transactions<br />

• Delegated tasks to approximately 3 store clerks to provide exceptional customer service<br />

Awards and Honors__________________________________________________________________<br />

Sigma Delta Pi (National Spanish Honor society), Epsilon Zeta chapter November 2019-present<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Summer Internship Grant ($2,000) 2018 & 2019<br />

Trustee Scholarship ($17,000 annually)<br />

National Merit Finalist Scholarship ($2,000 annually)<br />

Activities and Skills___________________________________________________________________<br />

Sociology Department Liaison September 2018-December 2018 & September 2019-present<br />

Information Technology student employee<br />

September 2019-present<br />

Junior Fellow, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Humanities Institute September 2017-December 2017<br />

Pole vaulter for the Claremont-Mudd-<strong>Scripps</strong> NCAA DIII track team January-May 2017 & 2018<br />

Language: Proficient in written and oral Spanish<br />

Technical: Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Google Suite, and WordPress


Audrey C - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology, GPA 3.5<br />

Thesis: Health Standards in Public Elementary Schools in the United States<br />

SIT: International Honors Program: Health and Community: Globalization, Culture, and Care Fall 2018<br />

D.C., Hanoi, Cape Town, Buenos Aires<br />

Clinical Experience<br />

Community Clinic Intern July 2019 - August 2019<br />

West Midtown Medical Group, New York, NY<br />

• Engage and observe physician assistants and patients daily in clinical setting<br />

• Help Head Counselor with intake forms by reviewing information with patients<br />

• Supported methadone patients by participating in group therapy sessions<br />

Student Resource Advocate September 2017 - May 2018<br />

City of Hope, Duarte, CA<br />

• Act as a liaison to medical center staff and identify patients in need of community resources<br />

• Communicate with patients and caregivers in Mandarin to ensure basic needs were met<br />

Assistant Physical Therapist Summer 2015 & 2016<br />

California Children Services, San Francisco, CA<br />

• Conduct therapeutic activities for young children during each session with clients to improve fine<br />

and gross motor skills<br />

• Lead several activities for teenage girls to improve motor function and build confidence<br />

Teaching Experience<br />

Mandarin Teacher September 2017 - December 2017<br />

Chaparral Elementary School, Claremont, CA<br />

• Develop lesson plans to teach Mandarin to unexperienced 5 th graders<br />

• Execute in-class and outside physical activities to gain more interest in vocabulary<br />

• Incorporate Chinese culture into lesson plans to create a foundation of the language<br />

Additional Experience<br />

Event Coordinator<br />

September 2019- Present<br />

Camp Kesem at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

• Organize the biggest fundraising event of the year, successfully raised $10,000<br />

• Contact local businesses for donations and sponsorships to get more financial support<br />

• Correspond with caterers and venue to ensure a smooth event<br />

• Interact with student body to gain more support and interest in the organization through events<br />

Student Representative<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Committee for Study Abroad, Claremont, CA<br />

September 2019- Present<br />

• Involve students via social media platforms to obtain feedback on ways to further support student<br />

population<br />

• Meet regularly with the committee to discuss new ways to enhance programming<br />

• Generate interest in study abroad programs through on-campus events and fairs<br />

Skills<br />

• Languages: Advanced Mandarin (verbal and written)<br />

• Computer: Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Database research, Adobe<br />

Photoshop, Basic R and Python


Ellye G - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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EDUCATION:<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Philosophy<br />

Expected: May <strong>2020</strong>, GPA: 3.77, Senior Thesis: Combinatorial Game Theory and its Philosophical<br />

Implications<br />

Dean’s List (Fall 2016 – Spring 2018, Spring 2019)<br />

Budapest Semesters in Mathematics, Budapest, Hungary, Spring 2019<br />

EXPERIENCE:<br />

Music Mentors of Pomona Valley Claremont, CA<br />

January 2017 – Present<br />

Mentor, Board Member: September 2017-May 19, Co-President: August 2019-present<br />

• Coordinate events including a recital and fieldtrip for thirty students and assigns mentors to local<br />

students<br />

• Attend board meetings to discuss budget, review event turnout, and plan upcoming events<br />

• Teach private violin lessons to up to four students of varying abilities<br />

• Organize meetings with board and local community centers such as Uncommon Good and the<br />

Draper Center<br />

• Delegate tasks to the board, and holds each mentor accountable for duties<br />

Breakthrough New York New York, New York<br />

September 2019 – Present<br />

High School Application Mentor<br />

• Mentors four New York middle school students through the high school application process by<br />

editing essays and holding students accountable for deadlines<br />

• Checks in weekly with program coordinator to discuss students’ progress<br />

Breakthrough New York The Bronx, New York June – August 2019<br />

Teaching Fellow<br />

• Planned and taught a 9 th grade Geometry course and served as a mentor to up to fifteen collegebound<br />

students<br />

• Co-organized final ceremony and additional recreational activities<br />

• Participated in more than 140 hours of pre-summer training to master instructional practices<br />

Breakthrough New Orleans New Orleans, La. June – August 2018<br />

Teaching Fellow<br />

• Planned and taught an 8 th grade math course, and served as a mentor to twenty students<br />

• Planned and taught an elective class on New Orleans culture and another on cooking to up to<br />

thirty students<br />

• Co-organized and led additional student activities such as the talent show and final ceremony<br />

Learning in Collaboration in Pomona (LINC) Claremont, CA October – December 2017<br />

Tutor and Teaching Assistant<br />

• Volunteered weekly in 5/6 th grade classroom as general assistant to teacher<br />

• One-on-one tutor<br />

ADDITIONAL:<br />

Technical: Proficient in Microsoft Office, skills in Statistical Analysis<br />

Language: Spanish (Intermediate)


Meghan J - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Cognitive Science with a concentration in Computer Science Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Relevant courses: Intro to Biological Chemistry w/ Lab, Intro to Biology w/ Lab, Foundations of Neuroscience w/ Lab, Intro<br />

to Cognitive Science, Intro to Computer Science w/ Lab, Introduction to Linguistics, Phonology, Brain and Behavior,<br />

Cognitive Psychology w/ Lab, Corpus Linguistics, Topics in Quantitative Linguistics, Discrete Math and Functional<br />

Programming, Music Cognition, Senior Thesis in Linguistics and Cognitive Science<br />

RESEARCH<br />

Senior thesis: “The effect of reduced working memory capacity in aging populations on the end-weight principle”<br />

Other: Melnick, R., Chuu, E., Hinjosa Sada, D., Joyce, M., Li, B., Liu, F. (<strong>2020</strong>). “Reassessing the role of processing in<br />

preposition stranding.” Paper presented at the meeting of the Linguistics Society of America, New Orleans, LA.<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Editor-in-Chief – The Student Life – Claremont, CA<br />

Sept. 2016 – Present<br />

• Edited every story, average of 40 per weekly edition, and made all final content decisions to ensure quality and<br />

integrity<br />

• Interviewed, hired, and managed a staff of 125 people, and served on a committee to choose future editorial boards<br />

• Organized biweekly team building and career advancement events for staff, including conference and awards<br />

attendance<br />

• Formerly Photo Manager (Dec. 2016 – Dec. 2017), Photographer (Sept. 2016 – Dec. 2016), and subsequently<br />

Graphics Editor (Sept. 2018 – Dec. 2018), Graphic Artist (Dec. 2018 – present)<br />

Editorial and Web Intern – Greenspring Media – Minneapolis, MN May 2019 – Sept. 2019<br />

• Pitched, wrote, and edited stories for our magazines and websites: Minnesota Monthly, Midwest Home, M500,<br />

Experience Rochester, Official Visitors Guide to the Twin Cities, Official Visitors Guide to the Mall of America<br />

• Improved SEO and readability of over 250 stories in our website archives with Yoast<br />

Overnight Camp Counselor – YMCA Camp St. Croix – Hudson, WI June 2017 – Aug. 2018<br />

• Taught campers how to safely engage in adventure activities like canoeing, sailing, rock climbing, hiking, camping<br />

• Led medical specialty group sessions in which all the campers had epilepsy, or all had diabetes<br />

• Supervised groups of 10 children aged 7-17 years old for 1-4 weeks at a time<br />

French Instructor – Chaparral Elementary School – Claremont, CA Sept. 2017 – May 2018<br />

• Taught an hour of lessons twice per week to classes of 20 students using educational activities, games, and songs<br />

• Created a syllabus for beginner French immersion lessons to third graders, teaching vocabulary and culture<br />

Design Editor – The <strong>Scripps</strong> Voice – Claremont, CA Sept. 2016 – Sept. 2017<br />

• Created layouts for half of each 12-page biweekly issue using Adobe InDesign<br />

• Read stories on my pages, wrote their headlines, and found fair use and courtesy photos for them<br />

Marketing and Communications Intern – The Loft Literary Center – Minneapolis, MN May 2016 – June 2016<br />

• Designed advertisements, flyers, and animations for events and classes using Adobe Illustrator and After Effects<br />

• Collected engagement stats from social media, analyzed them in Microsoft Excel, and scheduled posts accordingly<br />

• Wrote and published weekly blog posts on the Loft’s website about local literary events and figures<br />

Summer School Teacher – Silverton STEAM School – Silverton, CO June 2014 – Aug. 2014<br />

• Taught math and reading to a group of 5 elementary and middle school students<br />

• Supervised makerspace sessions, theater rehearsals, educational field trips<br />

SKILLS<br />

Coding: R (advanced), OCaml (advanced), Java (proficient), Linux (proficient), LaTeX (proficient)<br />

Languages: English (native), French (professional), Dutch (elementary), Spanish (elementary)<br />

Art and Design: Adobe Creative Suite, Cinema 4D, ZBrush, Sculptris<br />

Other Applications: Microsoft Office, Google Applications, WordPress<br />

AWARDS<br />

CNPA Awards: 2 nd Best Interactive Graphic, 2 nd Best Illustration (2019)<br />

LA Press Club Awards: 2 nd Best Feature Photo (2018)<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>: Millard Sheets Scholarship (2017)<br />

National Scholastic Press Association: Journalism Honor Roll (2012-2016)<br />

Minnesota High School Press Association: North Star Journalist (2012-2016)


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EDUCATION<br />

● <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

● Bachelor of Arts in Molecular Biology Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

● 4.0 GPA, Dean’s List: Fall 2016-2017, Fall 2018, Spring 2019<br />

● Thesis: A Radial Pattern of Mitotic Division: Cyst Formation in Nasonia Vitripennis<br />

RELATED EXPERIENCE<br />

Los Angeles Urban Program June- August 2019<br />

Intern<br />

● Built cross-cultural relationships with community members of all generations in East LA by<br />

residing in the neighborhood and listening and responding to residents’ stories<br />

● Developed and facilitated Bible lessons to groups of 20 elementary school students four times a<br />

week<br />

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Managed and prepared skits, games, and crafts for community picnics every week<br />

Engaged in discussions about justice, poverty, race, money, and faith-rooted advocacy with other<br />

interns<br />

Camp Galileo San Jose Almaden June-August 2018<br />

Assistant Instructor<br />

● Aided instructors in delivering curriculum for YouTube Producers and Robot Pets programs<br />

● Augmented campers’ confidence by identifying strengths and areas of improvement regarding the<br />

design and implementation of their projects multiple times a day<br />

● Initiated collaboration between middle school campers by pairing campers to work with each other<br />

based on their strengths or individual needs<br />

● Provided excellent customer service to parents by communicating their child's experience on a<br />

daily basis<br />

Keck Science January-May 2018<br />

Molecular Biology Seminar/Lab TA<br />

● Assisted students with lab procedures, primer design, data analysis, and presentations<br />

● Communicated with the professor to identify potential areas of support for students<br />

● Prepared PCR and gel electrophoresis materials for lab and determined procedures for subsequent<br />

weeks alongside the professor<br />

Pomona Hope January-May 2018<br />

Champions Engage Intern<br />

● Planned and implemented a 30-minute weekly public speaking workshop to Champions (6th-8th<br />

grade students)<br />

● Mentored Champions outside of Junior Leadership workshop by volunteering an additional 4 hours<br />

per week<br />

● Identified areas for improvement during 1-on-1 tutoring in math and science<br />

● Arranged computer lab activities and assisted staff with 1 hour of filing per week<br />

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

● Math tutor, San Antonio High School January 2019-present<br />

● Peer Mentor, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> August-September 2018<br />

● Science Teaching Fellow, Breakthrough Silicon Valley June-August 2017<br />

SKILLS AND AWARDS<br />

● James E. <strong>Scripps</strong> Scholar ($22,000 four-year merit scholarship)<br />

● LASPA Mini-We Act Grant recipient ($200 stipend for community engagement projects)<br />

● Intermediate Mandarin proficiency, basic Japanese proficiency


Emily K - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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Education:<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Bachelor of Arts in Cognitive Science, Minor in Linguistics<br />

• GPA: 3.87; Dean’s List: Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2018, Fall 2019<br />

• Recipient of <strong>Scripps</strong> Career Planning & Resources Summer Internship Grant, 2019<br />

Work Experience:<br />

Intern, Law Offices of Scott Glovsky - Claremont, CA<br />

October 2019 - present<br />

• Prepare case files, write deposition summaries, develop case stories, and conduct research for cases<br />

Curriculum Development Intern, Dallas International University - Dallas, TX June 2019 - July 2019<br />

• Review and edit 2 online training and tutorial modules on Moodle<br />

• Develop an introductory biblical Hebrew undergraduate course by compiling a list of online resources,<br />

editing the online course platform, and conducting a study of Jewish tradition and biblical Hebrew<br />

Office Assistant, International Place - Claremont, CA<br />

October 2017 - present<br />

• Respond to 5 in-person, over-the-phone, and email inquiries every week<br />

• File student mail, immigration documents, etc. and inform students of documentation through email<br />

• Update the international student database monthly and record attendance numbers for events weekly<br />

French Language Instructor, Chaparral Elementary School - Claremont, CA September - December 2017<br />

• Designed flexible lesson plans about French language and culture for 25 sixth grade students<br />

• Facilitated engaging and immersive bilingual learning environments for student enrichment<br />

Activities & Leadership<br />

International Student Orientation Head Mentor, International Place - Claremont, CA April 2018 - May 2019<br />

• Corresponded with staff monthly over the summer by email and in-person meetings to plan leader training<br />

and orientation social activities<br />

• Created 15 leader biographies for the website and led bonding activities during leader training<br />

• Welcomed and supported about 350 international students and scholars in their transition to student life at<br />

the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s over a 4-day orientation program<br />

International Student Orientation Leader, International Place - Claremont, CA April 2017 - May 2018<br />

• Communicated with 15 international student mentees twice in the summer via email, daily throughout a 2-<br />

week orientation period, and every semester during the academic year<br />

• Assisted in orientation by guiding students according to the orientation schedule, leading discussions, etc.<br />

Substance-Free Community Mentor, Residential Life, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> - Claremont, CA April 2017 - May 2018<br />

• Scheduled 1 community meal or event for 10 students every other week<br />

• Sent weekly emails to community members regarding substance-free events on campus<br />

• Met with the Area Coordinator every other week to further the mission and learning outcomes of the<br />

community through programming<br />

Senate Member, <strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students - Claremont, CA September 2016 - May 2017<br />

• Corresponded with <strong>Scripps</strong> students, the administration, and resource centers on campus at least once a<br />

month regarding students' community concerns and possible actions to resolve those issues<br />

Skills<br />

Languages: Intermediate French, verbal and written; basic Indonesian, conversational<br />

Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, social media, Canva, Moodle<br />

Basic experience in SPSS, R, Python, Linux, E-Prime, and Praat


Olivia O - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

Bachelor of Science in Human Biology, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA 2019<br />

• Thesis: How Social Support Mediates the Stress Generated from the Transition to <strong>College</strong><br />

• Graduated Cum Laude with a 3.8/4.0 GPA, Dean’s List Spring 2018<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Undergraduate Major Adviser, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA<br />

9/19-Present<br />

• Provide personalized academic counseling to 2500+ students majoring or minoring in Molecular, Cell,<br />

and Developmental Biology programs<br />

• Create and present workshops on topics such as course planning, research opportunities and prehealth<br />

• Devise innovative outreach programs that target first-generation students and other diverse populations<br />

• Coordinate and improve processes such as course enrollment, course petitions, major declaration &<br />

appeals with advising team and faculty<br />

• Evaluate academic records for transfer credit, degree progress and short-term enrollment projections<br />

Medical Receptionist, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Santa Cruz, CA 5/19-9/19<br />

• Checked 45+ patients into appointments, schedule appointments and resolve scheduling conflicts using<br />

medical record system Epic<br />

• Supported patients in determining best place of care based on insurance eligibility and healthcare<br />

needs<br />

• Maintained detailed, precise patient records for prospective, current & past patients in electronic form<br />

• Provided information to patients and staff regarding location and department policies and procedures<br />

Front Office Assistant, Special Collections Library, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA 9/16-12/18<br />

• Provided excellent customer service and front desk support such as answering patron questions<br />

• Registered new users and processed confidential information into archival software program Aeon<br />

• Retrieved book and special document requests from 60,000+ collection of books and other materials<br />

Research Assistant, Institutional Research Office, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA 9/18-12/18<br />

• Supported faculty and staff members with information and tools to define metrics, design survey<br />

questions and interpret findings<br />

• Developed a love of data and how teams can drill into their data to address problems and goals<br />

• Modeled data using Tableau for internal and external reports<br />

Genetic Counselor Assistant, Stanford Hospital, Palo Alto, CA 6/17-8/17<br />

• Made intern orientation more efficient and scalable by creating procedural documents and software<br />

tutorials to train 4 interns on medical database programs Epic, Progeny and Studytrax<br />

• Pulled clinical data from Epic medical records and transferred it into Studytrax database<br />

Science Tutor, Cabrillo <strong>College</strong> and Private Households, Aptos, CA 1/15-12/16<br />

• High school and college students improved GPA by an average of .62 units over the course of tutoring<br />

• Effectively communicated with parents and teachers regarding students’ progress and assignments<br />

• Provided information and support to students making decisions regarding current and future classes<br />

Domestic Violence Counselor, Walnut Avenue Women’s Center, Santa Cruz, CA 4/15-10/15<br />

• Provided information and support to domestic violence (DV) survivors from diverse backgrounds and<br />

cultures on determining next steps, conflict resolution, and coping mechanisms<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Databases Aeon, Studytrax, AIS, electronic health record programs eClinical Works, Epic & Progeny<br />

• Using Macs & PCs, Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint and Google Docs, Sheets, Slides & Forms


Eleanor S - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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Education<br />

Experience<br />

Scrips <strong>College</strong> Expected May <strong>2020</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Studio Art Major Spanish Minor<br />

Senior Thesis: Growing Through the <strong>Scripps</strong> Garden: A Field Study<br />

SIT Study Abroad Chile: Cultural Identity, Social Justice and Community Development<br />

December, 2018, Valparaíso, Chile<br />

Independent Research Project: La Apropiación de Arte Callejero<br />

Program Assistant - Project ArtStART, Claremont Museum of Art<br />

August 2019 - Present Day<br />

Mentor high school students to prepare them to teach art lessons to Claremont elementary<br />

schoolers.<br />

Facilitate leadership and team building exercises for high school students.<br />

Scholar in Action - Laspa Center for Leadership<br />

August 2017 - Present<br />

Organize and evaluate grants submitted by students.<br />

Plan events and coordinate programming by working with supervisors and the student body to<br />

provide relevant and useful events.<br />

Facilitate the relationship between the Laspa Center and the Leadership Learning Community, by<br />

organizing joint events, connecting residents with the Laspa Center, and creating a supportive<br />

community within the hall.<br />

Education Intern - Children's Creativity Museum<br />

May 2019 - August 2019<br />

Facilitated art-making workshops for ages 6-12, allowing students to learn unique skills in art and<br />

technology.<br />

Guided and educated visitors through museum spaces to provide excellent customer service and<br />

information about the museum.<br />

Sales Associate – Nordstrom<br />

May 2017 - August 2019<br />

Performed daily department tasks including stocking, creating merchandise displays, pricing<br />

markdowns, transferring merchandise, inventory control, and processing transactions.<br />

Achieved daily sales goal by cross selling, promoting additional products and service, and<br />

maintaining close client relationships.<br />

Field Coordinator – State Representative Ruth Kagi 2016 State Elections<br />

June 2016 - August 2016<br />

Organized and helped train canvassing groups to promote the candidate.<br />

Aided the Campaign Manager in data input and social media.<br />

Skills<br />

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Proficient in Excel, Word, IMovie, Photoshop and Adobe Premiere<br />

Proficient in Spanish<br />

Strong Leadership Skills - attended the 2019 Leadership Institute at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>


Ashley X - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, minor in Biology, Music Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Relevant Courses: Psychological Disorders, Clinical Neuropsychology, Psychology of Addictive Behaviors,<br />

Psychology of Sexual Behaviors, Cultural Psychology, Research Methods, Psychological Statistics<br />

• Thesis: Cumulative Risk and Child Stress: Can Mom’s Parenting Reduce Stress in High-Risk Children?<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Crisis Counselor<br />

Crisis Text Line, Globally Online<br />

January 2019 - present<br />

• Respond to individuals in crisis and support them by collaboratively creating specialized safety plans<br />

during 2-hour weekly shifts<br />

• Safely conduct suicide risk assessments in each conversation and communicate with supervisors in case<br />

of active rescue<br />

Research Assistant<br />

Child, Attachment, Relationships, and Emotions Lab, Claremont, CA<br />

September 2018 – present<br />

• Run 3-hour participant visits once a week to examine parenting, stress, and the development of selfregulation<br />

for mothers and their children by running assessments, executing stress tasks, and collecting<br />

biosamples<br />

• Analyze data in the form of behavioral coding and physiological analysis every week using programs such<br />

as SPSS, Chronovis, and MindWare BioLab<br />

Librarian Assistant<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

September 2016 – present<br />

• Provide and organize an extensive amount of resources to support both students and faculty of the music<br />

department by performing clerical work and connecting with visitors<br />

Emergency Shelter Intern<br />

Center of the Pacific Asian Family, Los Angeles, CA May 2019 – August 2019<br />

• Navigate through crisis management at an emergency shelter for API/Asian immigrant women who have<br />

faced domestic violence and/or sexual assault by responding to clients’ needs and assisting family advocates<br />

• Created and implemented a youth summer program for children living in the shelter using trauma-informed<br />

care, as well as individually counsel and care for 1-16 year olds<br />

COPE Health Scholar<br />

Queen of the Valley Hospital, West Covina, CA January 2018 – September 2018<br />

• Provide patient care such as ambulating, feeding, bathing, and checking vitals under the supervision of<br />

licensed staff members (completed rotations: Medical Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Neurology)<br />

• Professionally build relationships with patients using AIDET communication framework<br />

SKILLS, AWARDS, AND RECOGNITION<br />

Awards: Alice Shapiro Memorial 2019, Elizabeth McCreery Everall ’36 and Honour McCreery Schaps ’33 2019,<br />

Florence and Mary B. Eyre 2018, Yuki Aoki 2018, Alice E. Harper 2016<br />

Languages: Chinese, Beginner French<br />

Computer: Microsoft Office, PC and Mac proficient<br />

CPR Certified and Basic Life Support (BLS)<br />

Interests: Music Mania teacher, Asian American Student Union Leadership, Asian American Sponsorship Program,<br />

college radio DJ


Angela Y - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> | California, USA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Japanese<br />

Current GPA: 3.80<br />

Dean’s List<br />

Sophia University | Tokyo, Japan September 2018-July 2019<br />

Education abroad<br />

Course Project<br />

Japan Research: Digital Tokyo Urbanism| Tokyo, Japan September 2018 - January 2019<br />

Overseas Chinese in North Ikebukuro<br />

▪ Conducted ethnographic research on the Chinese community in north Ikebukuro, Tokyo<br />

▪ Designed and conducted 6 in-depth interviews with local Chinese to understand the community’s characteristics<br />

▪ Co-created a website presenting the research results<br />

Experience<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Tutor Program | California, USA<br />

October 2017 - Present<br />

Japanese language tutor<br />

▪ Offered 40+ one-on-one Japanese tutor sessions for <strong>Scripps</strong> students<br />

▪ Collaborated with tutees to design personalized tutoring session and material<br />

▪ Built and maintained relationship with professors and students to further students success<br />

Peach Foundation (peachfoundationusa.org) | Yunnan, China<br />

June 2017 - Present<br />

Volunteer English teacher in summer camp<br />

▪ Constructed and delivered English language program for class of 10+ local students from impoverished families<br />

▪ Led 10+ teenage teachers to design and teach English music class to the whole camp of 350+ students<br />

Juntendo University | Tokyo, Japan May 2019 - July 2019<br />

Discussion leader<br />

▪ Facilitated weekly English discussion with 5+ Japanese students<br />

▪ Developed appropriate discussion topics according to Japanese students’ English learning habits<br />

Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries | Beijing, China July 2017 - August 2017<br />

Staff member at the Department of Japanese Affairs and the China Friendship Art Exchange Association<br />

▪ Mediated logistic operations involving multiple teams to facilitate the competition<br />

▪ Expedited the preparation process to ensure smooth proceeding of the competition<br />

The National Museum of China | Beijing, China May 2017 - June 2017<br />

Receptionist for the social education area<br />

▪ Organized hands-on educational activities daily aiming to enhance understanding of Chinese art history<br />

▪ Responded to guardians’ inquiries about the museum’s educational programs on phone and in person to ensure<br />

guest satisfaction<br />

Affiliations<br />

Claremont <strong>College</strong>s Taiko Ensemble | California, USA<br />

October 2016 - Present<br />

Drum player and club’s co-treasurer<br />

▪ Fundraised around $1,000 for the annual concert in 2018<br />

▪ Reconciled needs for performance props within the club and executed the purchasing process<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> International Community | California, USA September 2017 - May 2018<br />

International student mentor<br />

▪ Arranged club activities to increase cultural awareness on campus<br />

▪ Mentored 6 first year international students to assist their transition into college<br />

Skill<br />

▪ Languages: Mandarin (native level), Japanese (N1 certificate holder, trilingual level)<br />

▪ Proficient in Microsoft Office suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)<br />

▪ Competent in SPSS


Kaitlyn Z - INDUSTRY: Education<br />

Contact Request Form<br />

EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Bachelor of Arts double major in Cognitive Science and Computer Science<br />

• <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Dean’s List (Fall 2017 and Fall 2018): GPA 3.5<br />

• Theses: “Google's Data Science Curriculum” and “The Effects of Faking Enthusiasm on Teachers'<br />

Motivation and Memory”<br />

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE<br />

Neuropsychology Research Assistant, <strong>Scripps</strong> Neuropsychology Lab<br />

September 2018-Present<br />

• Recruited and ran over 50 participants and prepped material for two studies: the effects of spacing on tip-ofthe-tongue<br />

and the effects of cognitive and demographic factors on fraud susceptibility.<br />

• Influenced methodology of the study through weekly lab meeting discussions.<br />

Computer Science Education Intern, 9 Dots May 2019-August 2019<br />

• Recorded and collected qualitative data for a computer science education study by observing every day of a<br />

summer class course and by conducting interviews with students ages 8-10.<br />

• Influenced data collection and data visualization methods through weekly meetings that resulted in an internal<br />

report shaping subsequent educational practices for the company.<br />

Computer Science Education Researcher, Harvey Mudd <strong>College</strong> May 2018-December 2018<br />

• Developed social-justice themed homework assignments for intro to computer science courses that were<br />

published on EngageCSEdu.<br />

• Contributed to the CS Teaching Tips account and prepped materials for workshops.<br />

Psychology Research Assistant, Adult Development Lab September 2017-May 2018<br />

• Programmed a portion of the aging and mimicry of facial emotions experiment in e-prime.<br />

• Ran participants for the pupillary contagion lab and a working memory experiment.<br />

Neuroscience Research Intern, CMC Decision Neuroscience Lab May 2017-August 2017<br />

• Prepped the lab for running participants by setting up EEG caps and informing participants about the<br />

experiment.<br />

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE<br />

Outdoor Wilderness Leadership Manager, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

September 2017-Present<br />

• Lead at least two hiking trips every semester, organize on-campus events, rent out and manage gear, held<br />

office hours, oversee the hiring process, create a website, and hold weekly meetings.<br />

• Expanded the club from two staff members to eight, quadrupling the number of trips per semester.<br />

• Advertise to the 143 members on our mailing list and the 681 members following our Facebook group.<br />

TEACHING EXPERIENCE<br />

Belay Staff, Hangar 18<br />

• Teach boy scouts how to belay, rappel, and tie a variety of different knots.<br />

May 2018-Present<br />

Spanish and Culture Instructor, Chaparral Elementary September 2018-December 2018<br />

• Co-taught Spanish and Culture to thirty-four sixth graders at Chaparral Elementary School twice a week for an<br />

hour.<br />

• Developed the curriculum for the class.<br />

Spanish Instructor, OLLIE January 2016-December 2016<br />

• Taught and prepared a weekly Spanish conversation class for senior citizens.<br />

SKILLS<br />

Computer: Python, Java, C++, C, Racket, PowerPoint, Excel, Microsoft Excel, E-Prime<br />

Languages: English (native fluency) and Spanish (advanced)<br />

Extracurriculars: Member of the Claremont Climbing Team, classical piano student


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>; Claremont, CA — Bachelor’s Degree in Middle East & North African Studies and Humanities (Dual Major)—Expected<br />

May <strong>2020</strong><br />

- GPA: 3.92, Dean’s List: Fall 2016-Present<br />

- <strong>Scripps</strong> Humanities Institute Fellowship: August -December 2017<br />

- Culminating thesis—Expected April <strong>2020</strong><br />

School of International Training; Tunis, Tunisia— Semester program on political transition and migration in the Mediterranean—<br />

September- December 2018<br />

- Included three weeks in Palermo, Italy studying migrant and refugee resettlement in Europe with European Center for International<br />

Studies and Initiatives.<br />

- Culminating research project explored relationships between domestic workers and expats in Tunis.<br />

LANGUAGES<br />

French- Full professional proficiency<br />

Arabic- Elementary proficiency<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

English Language Tutor, 5C Refugee Advocacy Network; Claremont, CA — Jan 2017- Present<br />

• Developed written and conversational English skills with recently resettled refugee and immigrant families at the Islamic Center of<br />

Claremont.<br />

• Worked with adults and children to develop reading comprehension, vocabulary, speaking, and writing.<br />

• Assisted elementary aged students with homework in all subject areas such as math, language arts, and social studies.<br />

• Engaged in cross cultural dialogue and assisted in community integration for recent immigrants.<br />

Student Writer, Review of Middle East Studies (RoMES); Claremont McKenna <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA — August 2017- Present<br />

• Reads and reviews materials relevant to the field of Middle East Studies under the guidance of Professor Heather Ferguson.<br />

• Conducts interviews, reads and reviews books in the field, and produces scholarship.<br />

• Participated in meetings with faculty and students involved in Middle East Studies at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s to discuss and develop Middle<br />

East Studies at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s.<br />

• Represented undergraduates publishing in the field of Middle East Studies for the Committee on Undergraduates Middle East Studies with<br />

the goal of advocating for a consistent undergraduate voice in the field.<br />

Barista & Team Member, Motley Coffeehouse, Claremont, CA—September 2019—Present<br />

• Barista, cashier, and team member at student-run, intersectional-feminist coffee shop and activist space.<br />

• Participated in bi-weekly meetings with staff to coordinate fundraisers and events, discuss inclusivity and work towards fulfilling feminist,<br />

socially responsible mission statement.<br />

• Participated in anti-oppression trainings.<br />

Trail Guide, YMCA Camp Widjiwagan; Ely, MN — August 2017, May-August 2018, May- August 2019<br />

• Solo-lead and co-lead 4-14 day canoeing and backpacking trips for adolescents throughout remote wilderness areas<br />

• Taught outdoor curriculum with an emphasis on respect, development of skills, and environmental learning.<br />

• Responsible for trip planning, risk management, and wilderness education.<br />

• Completed YMCA Boys/Girls Outdoor Leadership Development leader training. Implemented leadership curriculum on trips centered on<br />

diversity and cross-cultural understanding.<br />

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Counselor and Educator, Concordia Language Villages; Hackensack, MN — June-July 2017<br />

• Counselor for teenagers at a French immersion summer program.<br />

• Planned and taught detailed lessons in the target language in areas such as francophone language and culture, and outdoor learning.<br />

• Supported and cared for a cabin of 10 campers.<br />

PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS<br />

Briefly Noted review of Sexagon: Muslims, France, and the Sexualization of National Culture by Mehammed Mack published in the 2018<br />

issue of the Review of Middle East Studies.<br />

2018 paper “The Politics of Monumentalizing Trauma: Visual Use of Martyrdom in the Memorialization of the Iran-Iraq War” selected for<br />

presentation at the Middle East Studies Association Undergraduate Research Workshop in November 2019<br />

CERTIFICATIONS<br />

Wilderness Medical Associates Certified Wilderness First Responder - valid until May 2021<br />

Red Cross certified Lifeguard- valid until May 2021


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EDUCATION___________________________________________________________________________________<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Class of <strong>2020</strong> - Claremont, CA Economics Major – 3.6 GPA<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Senior Thesis entitled ‘Measuring the Impact of Elite <strong>College</strong> Spending on Student<br />

Debt’, Econometrics, Statistics, Intermediate Macro and Micro Economics, Financial Economics<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE___________________________________________________________________________<br />

Global Client Group Intern, 06/2019 to 08/2019<br />

Dimensional Fund Advisors – Charlotte, NC<br />

• Developed program and presentation that helped communicate the necessity, potential, and expected market<br />

return of environmentally and socially sustainable (ESG) mutual funds to institutions, financial advisors, and<br />

investors<br />

• Executed Microsoft Office Excel portfolio analyses of client mutual fund and index funds, helped manage calls<br />

and client meetings<br />

Finance & Product Development Intern, 06/2018 to 08/2018<br />

Shleep – Amsterdam, Netherlands<br />

• Worked in resource development research, financial planning, data analysis, database management for Shleep<br />

• Developed analysis template and dashboard for Shleep’s 50-part questionnaire, cutting analysis time by 80%<br />

Content and Business Development Intern, 06/2017 to 08/2017<br />

Spark Ventures – Chicago, Illinois<br />

• Assisted with Spark's finance management through data entry, grew social media pages 15% in two months,<br />

wrote press releases, planned events, designed marketing pieces including video editing, supported operational<br />

needs of company<br />

LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES____________________________________________________________________<br />

Admissions Ambassador 09/2017 to 12/2019<br />

• Supported <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> admission staff by guiding tours, creating programs for prospective families and<br />

students<br />

Editorial Team - Videographer and Webmaster, 12/2017 to Present<br />

The <strong>Scripps</strong> Voice (www.scrippsvoice.com) – Claremont, CA<br />

• Develop and design new newspaper website and rebranding of the newspaper; edit, create, and brainstorm<br />

content for school newspaper<br />

• Grew staff from 5 students to 15+ students in three months, and completely redesigned newspaper website to<br />

fit in with larger rebranding model, edited video content in iMovie and Final Cut Pro<br />

Chartered Financial Analyst Learners Program 06/2018 to 06/2019<br />

Girls Who Invest<br />

• In pursuit of CFA, sponsored and mentored by Girls Who Invest Program<br />

Student Representative - <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Board of Trustees, 09/2017 to 09/2018<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA<br />

• Worked directly with college officials to promote change, represents student needs and wants, gives financial<br />

counsel and advice in meetings on important issues related to the institution<br />

• Successfully allocated $50,000 towards student projects<br />

AWARDS & HONORS___________________________________________________________________________<br />

President Scholarship – <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Dean’s List 2018-Present<br />

Worth $68,000 merit-based aid towards tuition for four Awarded to students with a 3.66 GPA or higher<br />

years<br />

Intuit Sparkathon Finalist 2018<br />

Developed solution to minimize hiring bias in the<br />

workplace, placed within the top 5 of 30 teams<br />

Strauss Foundation Award Recipient 2019<br />

Awarded $15,000 to develop enrichment programs for<br />

homeless youth in Los Angeles


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Education<br />

BACHELOR OF ARTS | EXPECTED MAY <strong>2020</strong> | SCRIPPS COLLEGE<br />

· Major: Biology and French. GPA: 3.44.<br />

· Relevant Coursework: General Physics Life Sciences, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Introductory Biology, Genetics, Molecular<br />

Biology with lab, Neuroscience: Cell, Molecular with lab, Animal Behavior, Calculus I, Psychology and Law, Fundamental Concepts in<br />

Cognitive Psychology, 8 Upper Division French courses.<br />

SEMESTER ABROAD | SPRING 2019 | UNIVERISTY OF MINNESOTA IN MONTPELLIER, FRANCE<br />

Work Experience<br />

STUDENT INTERN | CONTRA COSTA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE – FORENSIC SERVICES DIVISION | MARTINEZ, CA<br />

JUNE 2019 – PRESENT<br />

· Assist clerical staff with daily functions. Answer phones, place orders, welcome representatives from agencies and other visitors.<br />

· Organize case files, restock and maintain reception, deliver documents, perform tasks and projects as needed, both independently<br />

and in groups.<br />

· Inventoried assets and maintained lists, created identification and location system for annual inventory.<br />

· Photographed 7000 firearms in collection and uploaded to database.<br />

· Read through case files including all forensic reports to determine if the amount of DNA remaining was enough for further analysis.<br />

FACILITY ATTENDANT | ROBERTS PAVILION AT CLAREMONT MCKENNA COLLEGE | CLAREMONT, CA<br />

OCTOBER 2018 – PRESENT<br />

· Manage, organize, and tend to average of 3000 students, faculty, and staff who use the facility and its equipment.<br />

· Assist with projects to maintain and update facility and its equipment.<br />

ASSISTANT EQUIPMENT MANAGER | CLAREMONT-MUDD-SCRIPPS EQUIPMENT ROOM | CLAREMONT, CA<br />

JANUARY 2017 – PRESENT<br />

· Organize, clean, and provide practice gear and uniforms for 18 varsity sports during the academic year.<br />

· Train 1-2 new employees per semester, and manage work schedule for 11 employees.<br />

EVENT STAFF | CLAREMONT-MUDD-SCRIPPS GAMES MANAGEMENT | CLAREMONT, CA<br />

NOVEMBER 2016 – PRESENT<br />

· Operate scoreboards, maintain and monitor equipment for CMS volleyball, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, and softball home games.<br />

· Assist and communicate with coaches and referees to ensure successful operation of each sporting event.<br />

ASSISTANT FACILITY OPERATIONS MANAGER / COACHING AND SCHEDULING COORDINATOR OF LIL KICKERS PROGRAM |<br />

SANRAMON SPORTS | SAN RAMON, CA<br />

JANUARY 2016 – AUGUST 2016<br />

· Opened and closed facility, answered phone messages and emails, successfully handled complaints.<br />

· Coordinated coaches’ schedules and managed schedule conflicts, maintained weekly meetings and class rosters for 40 classes each<br />

session.<br />

· Trained and supervised an average of 15 coaches per session; addressed parent complaints and provided constructive feedback.<br />

· Staffed and organized 4 holiday camps for 30-50 children a year.<br />

· Informed customers about all programs, benefits, costs and operation policies necessary to assure sales.<br />

· Processed all required refunds and retrieved expired memberships.<br />

BARISTA | STARBUCKS | SAN RAMON, CA<br />

SEPTEMBER 2015 – AUGUST 2016<br />

· Provided excellent customer service at: cash register, handling all payment types; and managing complaints.<br />

· Completed Food Service Training Certification, restocked inventory/supplies and cleaned stove regularly.<br />

· Opened stores and demonstrated attention to detail by: preparing espresso machines, brewing coffee, and steeping tea; building<br />

bakery displays; dating all food items.<br />

LIL’ KICKERS COACH / SNACK BAR EMPLOYEE | SAN RAMON SPORTS | SAN RAMON, CA<br />

MAY 2014 – AUGUST 2016<br />

· Managed all aspect of customer service including: daily sales, registered customers, answered phones, and handled all payments.<br />

· Coached 60-70 child athletes weekly, ages 18 months to 9 years old<br />

· Planned and executed events.<br />

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Leadership Experiences<br />

RESEARCH ASSISTANT | DR. GROSCUP’S PSYCHOLOGY AND LEGAL STUDIES LAB | SCRIPPS COLLEGE | CLAREMONT, CA<br />

FEBRUARY 2018 – PRESENT<br />

· Administered 90-minute study to participants about search and seizure requests. Assist in writing grant proposals and collecting and<br />

analyzing data.<br />

VICE PRESIDENT | STUDENT ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE | CLAREMONT-MUDD-SCRIPPS | CLAREMONT, CA<br />

SEPTEMBER 2017 - PRESENT<br />

· Promoted to Vice President and Director of Game Promotion for senior year, after two-year membership.<br />

· Increased attendance at home sporting events by promoting games through weekly email blasts and coordinating spirit gear<br />

giveaways.<br />

· Work with Executive Board to facilitate meetings and find solutions for concerns and issues of players. Communicating with<br />

Athletic Director and administration on ways to improve athletic department. Informing representatives and voting on NCAA<br />

legislation. Organizing athlete participation and participating in volunteering at a local elementary school.<br />

PLAYER | CLAREMONT-MUDD-SCRIPPS WOMEN’S SOCCER TEAM | CLAREMONT, CA<br />

AUGUST 2016 – PRESENT<br />

· Received varsity letter for competing on behalf of Claremont-Mudd-<strong>Scripps</strong>, for four seasons.<br />

· Three-year representative for the team on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee.<br />

· SCIAC All-Academic Team for 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 academic years.<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Media studies, minor in Mathematics December 2019<br />

Cumulative GPA: 3.19; Dean’s list, Fall 2018<br />

Relevant Course Work: Intermediate Video Art, Advanced Photography, Theories of Interaction: Games as<br />

Media, Introduction to Animation, Animation as Voice<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Diving Coach, Lemont Park District, Lemont, IL<br />

May 2017 – Present<br />

• Create a springboard diving program to introduce children to 1-meter diving<br />

• Class sizes ranged from one to eight children, ages 8-14<br />

• Teach children the basic foundation of diving (hurdle, back press, front dive, and back dive)<br />

Outdoor Activities Manager and Lifeguard, Lemont Park District, Lemont, IL<br />

May 2015 – Present<br />

• Train lifeguards in water rescues, extractions and basic first aid<br />

• Develop and teach a Junior lifeguard program for children 16 and younger<br />

• Manage a staff of 12 lifeguards, 2 admissions workers, and 2 concessions workers, during<br />

public pool hours, pool rentals, swim team practices and competitions<br />

COURSE PROJECTS<br />

Senior Thesis: “Enjoy the Process”<br />

• Created five-minute documentary exploring identity of a young gymnast through the eyes of ex-gymnasts<br />

• Created consent form to provide interviewees with participation options and manage expectations of the<br />

process<br />

• Interviewed multiple women regarding their experiences in gymnastics highlighting first-hand accounts<br />

• Utilized Adobe Premier and After Effects to edit sound, color, and footage<br />

Introduction to Animation: “5255D”<br />

• Created storyboard to plan out 30 second animation of a frog executing a difficult platform dive<br />

• Animated project on ones and twos using hand drawn animation<br />

ACCOMPLISHMENTS<br />

• NCAA DIII First-Team All-American for Track and Field in the Pole Vault May 2019<br />

• NCAA DIII Scholar All-American for Track and Field, and Swimming and Diving May 2019<br />

• Won Lemont Public Library writing competition April 2015<br />

• SCIAC record holder in the Pole Vault with a jump of 3.97 meters April 2019<br />

LEADERSHIP ROLES<br />

• Team Captain on High School Varsity Track and Field team and <strong>College</strong> Track and Field team<br />

• Team Captain on <strong>College</strong> Swim and Dive team<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Working Knowledge of Adobe Programs: Premier, After Effects, Photoshop, Lightroom<br />

• Proficient in Video Camera operation, DSLR Camera operation, Basic Microphone operation<br />

• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Power Point, Excel<br />

• Certifications: AED, CPR, First-Aid


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EDUCATION<br />

Bachelor of Arts | <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> | Claremont, California | MAY 2019 | GPA: 3.9<br />

MAJOR: MEDIA STUDIES (DIGITAL AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA TRACK)<br />

MINORS: ART; FEMINIST, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY STUDIES<br />

• Senior Thesis: I feel like I can get home from here: An archive of butch lesbian life and persistence<br />

• Phi Beta Kappa. Magna Cum Laude. Dean’s List: FA 2015 – FA 2019.<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Media Studies, Film Studies, Digital Art, Photography, Printmaking, Art History<br />

• Study Abroad | Central Saint Martins | London, England | JAN – APR 2018<br />

o Free Elective Graphic Design Program covering Graphic Design, <strong>Book</strong> Design, Narrative Design<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Marketing & Communications Coordinator | Balboa Park Conservancy, San Diego, CA | SEP 2019 – PRESENT<br />

• Develop, edit, and coordinate content and strategies for print, digital, and email marketing<br />

• Manage organization’s social media presence and website and implement a content calendar<br />

• Organize, manage, and maintain all brand assets: images, copy, etc.<br />

• Identify and resolve communications issues in a timely and professional manner<br />

• Organize meetings and presentations and coordinate with vendors, contractors, sponsors, and partners<br />

Communications Intern | Self Help Graphics & Art, Los Angeles, CA | JUN – AUG 2019<br />

• Developed copy for website blog posts about visiting artists, their work, and SHG’s programming<br />

• Created and scheduled social media posts for Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter surrounding print<br />

inventory, artists, programming, and development initiatives<br />

• Conducted event/documentary photography during the community programming and artist studio visits<br />

• Interviewed affiliated artists, transcribed interviews, and researched prints and artists<br />

• Provided assistance with archiving, handling the print inventory, and event set-up/clean-up<br />

Teaching Assistant | <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA | AUG – DEC 2017 & SEP 2018 – MAY 2019<br />

• Teaching Assistant for Intro to Digital Art course for the fall 2017, fall 2018, and spring 2019 semesters<br />

and for Between Analog & Digital Printmaking course for the spring 2019 semester.<br />

• Supervised students and provided technical classroom guidance with Adobe Suite programs, analog<br />

printmaking practices, and digital printing<br />

• Performed administrative and other academic tasks for the instructor, including making a class webpage<br />

to display student portfolio websites and redesigning the main website for all classes' portfolios<br />

Digital Publications Intern | J. Paul Getty Trust, Los Angeles, CA | JUN – AUG 2018<br />

• Developed a new starter theme for the Quire framework and repurposed an older Getty ebook into the<br />

Quire format, using Markdown, YAML, and Github<br />

• Gathered and inputted metadata about past Getty publications into a database<br />

• Processed, formatted, and managed images and text content for digital publication<br />

• Edited transcriptions for the Getty's podcast, Art + Ideas<br />

• Provided assistance for the editorial team for an upcoming transmittal<br />

SKILLS<br />

Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, AfterEffects) | MailChimp | WordPress | Google Suite | Microsoft<br />

Office | Digital Publishing (Quire) | Graphic Design | Photography | Digital Compositing | Photo<br />

Editing/Manipulation | <strong>Book</strong> Design | Data and Repository Management | Canva | Markdown, YAML, HTML |<br />

Editorial | Copywriting | Teaching | Social Media | Art Handling<br />

PORTFOLIO | ofpresence.weebly.com


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EDUCATION_______________________________________________________________________________<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies, Psychology minor Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• GPA: 3.4/4.0<br />

• Academic Honors: Dean’s List Honoree (Spring 2019)<br />

• Relevant coursework: Psychology of Fashion, British Horror, Contemporary Art & Society, Darkroom Photography,<br />

Screening Violence, The ‘Two’ and The Media, Personality Psychology, Organizational/Industrial Psychology,<br />

Psychological Statistics<br />

• Senior thesis: “Traumatized Characters in Traumatized Environments: A Look at Repression and Horror”. Collaborated<br />

with Professors Friedlander, Wing, & Wynter.<br />

• Queen Mary University of London, School of History (semester abroad) September 2018-December 2018<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE______________________________________________________________<br />

Fashion Photographer<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Freelance<br />

May 2013—Present<br />

• Photograph people and event spaces for special events, senior photos, and birthday parties<br />

• Partner with local magazines for fashion spreads and photographic projects to accompany printed and online articles<br />

• Collaborate with various photographers, models, brands, and companies on special projects such as videography<br />

Merchandising Coordinator<br />

Los Angeles, CA<br />

Relovv December 2018—October 2019<br />

• Managed an Instagram account with over 36k followers by creating content to post and marketing featured items, top<br />

sellers, and customers<br />

• Ranked items daily based on current desirability through the administrative software of the application to create a cohesive<br />

and current app and website feed<br />

• Curated collections of clothing online with 400+ pieces to improve the functionality of the website<br />

• Edited items posted by customers to ensure maximum sell potential<br />

• Cultivated relationships with influencers, brands, and boutiques to source items to be sold on the app<br />

• Helped to promote the mission of sustainability and principles of ethical consumption<br />

• Trained and supervised new interns to meet productivity and visual standards<br />

Influencer Marketing Intern<br />

Remote<br />

Zenabi Data Analytics May 2019—August 2019<br />

• Orchestrated influencer brand launch events by creating a guestlist of qualified influencers and selecting venues, florists,<br />

catering, and décor<br />

• Fostered relationships with well-known influencers and their teams to endorse partnered clothing brands<br />

• Engaged in marketing projects with influential brands such as Jack Rogers and Staud Clothing<br />

• Implemented an Instagram account to promote outreach and support for a new influencer marketing program<br />

• Compiled and analyzed data to determine the most efficient means of utilizing influencer marketing to advertise partnered<br />

brands<br />

Volunteer Resources and Special Events Intern<br />

Saratoga, CA<br />

Montalvo Arts Center May 2016—September 2018<br />

• Coordinated logistics for large scale events including setting up the venue, selecting and working closely with vendors,<br />

and running silent auctions<br />

• Edited official paperwork to ensure accuracy of important information<br />

• Directed marketing campaigns each summer to promote large scale events<br />

• Spearheaded outreach for event donors and artist exhibitions to collect donations and curate collections<br />

SKILLS AND INTERESTS<br />

• Computer Skills: Proficient in Adobe programs including Photoshop, Lightroom, Premiere Pro, Audition, and InDesign.<br />

Adept in Excel, Canva, Word, and PowerPoint. Familiar with research databases such as JSTOR, Project MUSE, and<br />

EBSCO.<br />

• Social Media Skills: Experienced with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Reddit, WordPress, LinkedIn, and Mailchimp.<br />

Skilled in Planoly, VSCO, PicsART, and Canva.<br />

• Personal Interests: Visiting museums, reading, kayaking, baking & cooking, international travel, knitting, upcycling<br />

clothing, watching films, entomology


EDUCATION<br />

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<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

o Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Studies GPA: 3.9/4<br />

o Awards: Dean’s List – Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018, & Spring 2019<br />

o Relevant Coursework: Organizational Theory & Behavior, Strategic Planning, Strategic Communication,<br />

Politics of Organizational Culture, Positive Organizational Psychology, Negotiating Conflict<br />

DIS Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark August 2018 – December 2018<br />

Nuevos Horizontes, El Bolsón, Argentina February 2014 – July 2014<br />

Collège Carnot, Dijon, France August 2012 – February 2013<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Academic Resources & Services, Claremont, CA<br />

August 2017 – Present<br />

Tutoring Program Coordinator<br />

o Supervise 50 tutors who in turn provide support to 100 students per semester<br />

o Recruit, interview, hire, and train approximately 30 new tutors each semester to fulfill all tutor requests<br />

o Collaborate with multiple parties including faculty, deans, and administrative staff to complete paperwork,<br />

obtain tutor nominations, increase visibility, and market the program<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Performing Arts Center, Claremont, CA<br />

May 2019 – Present<br />

Lead Technician<br />

o Oversee 3 technicians including scheduling shifts and new technician training<br />

o Interview candidates for new Technical Director and provide recommendations on hiring decisions<br />

Technician August 2016 – May 2019<br />

o Facilitate communication between Public Events staff, independent contractors, and external clients<br />

o Organize and provide day-of support including stage set up and break down and in-the-moment problem<br />

solving resulting in 30 events per semester<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Public Events Office, Claremont, CA May 2019 – August 2019<br />

Conference Assistant<br />

o Coordinated within the Public Events office and with other departments on campus to support clients,<br />

addressing problems before they arise<br />

o Supported expansion from three to eleven summer conferences, resulting in an increase from $153,000 to<br />

$695,000 in revenue<br />

COMMUNITY EXPERIENCE<br />

Babes and Blankets (Knitting Club), Claremont, CA<br />

August 2017 – Present<br />

Co-President (Board Member August 2017 – May 2019)<br />

o Manage limited budget by allocating funds for supplies, food, marketing, and entertainment costs resulting<br />

in 25 meetings a year and impacting 30 students<br />

o Market meetings via Facebook events and groups, flyers, and email: quadrupled membership<br />

Girls Fly!, Claremont, CA January 2019 – May 2019<br />

Treasury Intern<br />

o Raised over $5,000 by soliciting donations, resulting in a women’s leadership conference for 300<br />

attendees<br />

o Executed other weekly, conference programming, and day-of-conference production tasks<br />

SKILLS & INTERESTS<br />

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Languages: Proficient in Spanish and French (written & oral)<br />

Technical: Microsoft Office & Google Suite apps; social media (including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)<br />

Interests: Knitting, reading, travel, live theater & music


Lilly J - INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)<br />

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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in English – Minor in Media Studies GPA: 3.7<br />

Relevant Courses: Writing 50; Screenwriting; Internship Seminar: Film + TV; Media History, Theory<br />

Experience<br />

MarketME Video, Writer and Social Media Manager – San Francisco, CA<br />

June 2019 – Present<br />

• Developed concepts and scripts upon consultation with client and video technicians<br />

• Created, managed, and curated client brand image within fast-paced schedules to increase online visibility<br />

• Directed Authentic Wildness video and photoshoot series to meet demanding timelines<br />

Nomadic Films, Production Intern – London, UK October 2018 – December 2018<br />

• Liaised between different crew members during high stakes Harper’s Bazaar February 2019 Issue<br />

• Prioritized pre-production projects to support production for Swarovski Spring/Summer 2019 campaign<br />

• Conducted research and pitched best practices to create new policies supporting more eco-friendly<br />

production<br />

Pomona <strong>College</strong>, Production Mentor – Claremont, CA March 2019 – May 2019<br />

• Collaborate with professor to create reasonable project goals, components, and timelines<br />

• Offered office hours for 1-1 editing support, questions, and individual feedback<br />

Creative Expansions Inc., Editorial and Media Intern – New York, NY June 2018 – August 2018<br />

• Wrote instructional guides and articles- over 30 original posts published on website.<br />

• Managed company Twitter account (150K followers), and Instagram feed (250K followers) Facebook<br />

page (15 million subscribers) which was named Fortune’s 4 th Top Account by number of interactions<br />

• Produced and edited media content using Photoshop and Final Cut Pro<br />

The Right Approach to Education, English Tutor – San Mateo, CA June 2015 – June 2018<br />

• Wrote curriculum and taught literary analysis for a ten-week program to classes of rising high school<br />

students<br />

• Assigned writing assignments with set deadlines and provided feedback on student’s written work<br />

• Created individualized coursework to prepare students for standardized testing<br />

Volunteer Experience<br />

• Table of Plenty Meal Service - Half Moon Bay, CA Fall 2012 – Present<br />

• Pomona <strong>College</strong> Food Rescue (Food Recovery Network) Fall 2016<br />

Awards and Honors<br />

• <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Dean’s List, Spring 2018, Fall 2018, Spring 2019<br />

• President’s Community Service Award, 2016<br />

• Saint Elizabeth Community Service Award, 2016<br />

Memberships<br />

• Asian American Sponsorship Program, Fall 2016 – Present<br />

• <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Journal, Spring 2019 – Present<br />

Skills<br />

• Software: Microsoft Office Suite, Google Suite, basic Photoshop and Final Cut Pro skills, SPSS, Slack<br />

• Language: Advanced Spanish, American Sign Language<br />

• Social Media Management: Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn


Anna LR - INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film,TV,Radio)<br />

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EDUCATION____________________________________________________________________________<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Politics and French Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• GPA – 3.84; Dean’s List 7 of 8 semesters, Marie McSpadden Sands writing award runner up<br />

• Thesis: Anti-Party, Pro-Politics: The Gilets Jaunes’ Challenge to Western Representative<br />

Democracy<br />

Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), Paris, France<br />

Semester Abroad, Fall 2018<br />

School of International Training, International Studies Program, Geneva, Switzerland<br />

Semester Abroad, Spring 2019<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE___________________________________________________________<br />

The <strong>Scripps</strong> Voice<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Editor-In-Chief<br />

May 2019—Present<br />

• Manage all aspects of business operations, including staffing, production and distribution, for 11<br />

issues annually<br />

• Wrote investigative news, features and editorial content as both a columnist and reporter, conducting<br />

research and interviews across the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

• Created comprehensive social media strategy, utilizing Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn<br />

Harvard Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation,<br />

Cambridge, MA<br />

Harvard Kennedy School May 2019 – August 2019<br />

Democracy Program Intern<br />

• Produced report analyzing emerging tools which elected officials and candidates are utilizing to<br />

connect with voters and constituents, including the ways social media platforms can be leveraged to<br />

empower distributed organizing structures<br />

• Provided research and program support for the Democratic Governance Program<br />

Massachusetts State House—Office of Senate Majority Leader Cynthia Creem Wellesley, MA<br />

Legislative Intern June 2018—August 2018<br />

• Created report on blockchain, bitcoin, and related cryptocurrencies, including a survey of existing<br />

legislation by state, key public policy concerns and a set of four policy recommendations<br />

• Attended and reported on Senate Sessions to Senator Creem and legislative staff<br />

• Assisted with constituent casework/communication<br />

• Composed constituent letters on the Safe Communities Act and raising the tobacco age to 21<br />

The Roosevelt Institute<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Fellow September 2017—May 2018<br />

• Assisted in development of proposals to reshape local and federal human rights legislation for policy<br />

institute associated with the Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library<br />

• Researched and developed proposed legislation related to the California mass transit system<br />

SKILLS AND INTERESTS__________________________________________________________________<br />

• Language: Advanced conversational and written French<br />

• Computer: Microsoft Office, PC and Mac proficient, social media management, basic web design, Canva<br />

proficient,<br />

• familiar with research databases such as JSTOR<br />

• Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, VSCO, Reddit, WordPress, LinkedIn, Mailchimp


Rowen LW - INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)<br />

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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>: Bachelor of Arts, Media Studies & English, double major Claremont, CA / Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

❖ Dean’s List: 2016-2019, recipient of the Linda R. Scott Internship Fund, merit-based Winifred Wig<br />

Smith Endowed Scholarship and <strong>Scripps</strong> Success Grant<br />

Queen Mary University of London: School of English and Drama London, England / Sept-Dec 2018<br />

❖ Worked as an IFSA-Butler Study Abroad Global Ambassador, completing a digital storytelling video<br />

project to share my experiences abroad and participating in campus outreach for the program at my home<br />

university<br />

Relevant Projects<br />

Digital/Electronic Senior Thesis: Claremont, CA / Sept-Dec 2019<br />

Hear For You: Engaging with Vocal Authority and Vulnerability Through Podcasting<br />

❖ Hosted conversations in KSPC Radio’s recording studio between college-aged students, examined<br />

both cultural and research-based conceptions of the feminized voice and how these affected participants’<br />

auditory self-perception<br />

❖ Used the audio editing program Audacity to organize recordings into a narrative format and release<br />

the podcast through KSPC’s platform on streaming services, including Spotify and Apple Music<br />

Media Arts for Social Justice: InDigitize:Youth Media Activism Project Riverside, CA / Jan-May 2019<br />

❖ Collaborated with students at Sherman Indian High School to host documentary filmmaking and editing<br />

workshops at Pitzer <strong>College</strong><br />

❖ Used Canon XA10 and C100 cameras and Adobe Premiere Pro editing software to create a 15-minute<br />

documentary on the indigenous girl band, the Miracle Dolls, who use music to fight social injustice and<br />

seek healing within Native American communities<br />

Professional Experience<br />

One Bowl Productions: Intern, Development Burbank, CA / June 2019-December 2019<br />

❖ Took detailed notes in creative development meetings with “Pacific Island Food Revolution”<br />

Executive Director and host, chef Robert Oliver, and participated in brainstorming for new projects<br />

❖ Wrote promotional content for Facebook pages and email-based marketing campaigns for two<br />

documentary features: “Sacheen: Breaking the Silence” and “Spirit Game: Pride of a Nation”<br />

❖ Launched a promotional email campaign for the 2019 Spirit Game University Tour and co-organized<br />

over 60 film screenings and guest speaker events on campuses across the country<br />

Refinery29: Intern, Branded Content New York, NY / May-Aug 2017<br />

❖ Assisted the branded video team in the office by making runs for producers and creating expense reports,<br />

produced sets for in-office shoots for Refinery 29’s Snapchat and Facebook Live channels<br />

❖ Worked as a Production Assistant for brands including Covergirl, Hyundai, and Cetaphil by managing<br />

equipment pickup for shoots and ensuring that talent signed release forms<br />

UCLA: Intern, Marketing Los Angeles, CA / June-July 2016<br />

❖ Provided social media analytics and assisted in managing and creating posts for UCLA’s social<br />

media presence on Facebook and Instagram<br />

Tongal.com: Intern, Production Team Santa Monica, CA / June 2015<br />

❖ Authored creative briefs for clients including Sony Electronics, proofed subtitles and provided suggested<br />

edits for feature-length documentary project “Cat Heaven Island”<br />

Writing and Editing<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Journal: Fiction Editor Claremont, CA / Sept 2017<br />

❖ Select and edit fiction submissions, collaborate with the poetry and art editors and use<br />

Adobe InDesign to produce a collection of artistic work representative of our college community<br />

Creative Work: Advanced Poetry and Fiction Workshops, Senior Thesis in Postwar American Poetry<br />

Writing: Experience in Copy Editing, Podcast Transcribing, Digital Marketing<br />

Editing: Proficient in Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Audacity, Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Office<br />

Language: Intermediate Level Spanish (Conversational and Written)


Emme S - INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)<br />

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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> | Claremont, CA | May <strong>2020</strong> | GPA 3.2/4.0, in majors 3.6/4.0<br />

Majors: Media Studies (Video Production emphasis) and French<br />

Relevant Coursework: Introduction to Digital Media Studies, Introduction to Video Art,<br />

Intermediate/Advanced Video Art, Introduction to Computer Science, Film Theory, History of Silent<br />

Film, Film Analysis, The Original Television Series, Global Cinema,<br />

W. J. Palmer HS | Colorado Springs, CO| May 2016 | GPA 4.78/5.0<br />

IB Program since freshman year<br />

Experience<br />

Co-Head Manager, <strong>Scripps</strong> Store, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

• Trains and supervises a team of 10 managers and 15 cashiers<br />

• Serves as a liaison between the Store and the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Administration<br />

• Creates and executes growth strategies for our business<br />

Office Manager, Gene Ogami Photography, Claremont, CA<br />

June 2019 – Present<br />

April 2019 – Present<br />

• Creates invoices and bills clients and organizes documents on the computer and in the office<br />

• Communicates with clients through email and phone call<br />

• Edits photographs on Photoshop<br />

Freelance Videographer and Photographer<br />

• Shoots and edits photos for social media influencers, students, and start-up companies<br />

May 2019 – Present<br />

• Hired to video shoot two television commercials for Spencer Recovery Center, Laguna Beach, CA<br />

Cashier, <strong>Scripps</strong> Store, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA August 2016 - May 2017 / January 2019 – May 2019<br />

• Provided excellent customer service while fostering a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere<br />

Video Intern, Colorado <strong>College</strong>, Colorado Springs, CO May 2017 – August 2017 / May 2018 - August 2018<br />

• Filmed social and entertainment events and interviews of attendees using a Canon C100 camera<br />

• Created promotional videos up to four minutes long using Premiere Pro<br />

Webmaster, <strong>Scripps</strong> Store, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA August 2017 – May 2018<br />

• Designed and updated the website for the store using HTML<br />

• Managed and trained 12 cashiers to ensure efficiency and foster community<br />

Head Videographer, The 5C Scoop, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA August 2017 – May 2018<br />

• Interviewed students and athletes regarding sporting events and current events<br />

• Filmed interviews using a DSLR camera and edit footage using Premiere Pro<br />

• Collaborated with six students to generate ideas on future videos based on trending topics<br />

Study Abroad in Paris, France Fall 2018<br />

• Student in Hamilton <strong>College</strong>’s language-intensive study abroad program<br />

• Took classes at a Paris university: Analyse Filmique and L’Histoire du Cinema Muet<br />

Awards and Honors<br />

Dean’s List (Spring 2018, Spring 2019), National Honor Society (August 2015), Academic Letter Recipient,<br />

Varsity Letter in Lacrosse Recipient, All State First Team Academics for Lacrosse Award<br />

Skills<br />

Premiere Pro, After Effects, and iMovie, Photoshop and Lightroom, Fluent in French (speaking, writing,<br />

reading), Computer programming in Java language, CPR and Red Cross certified


Maggie T - INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)<br />

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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> — Claremont, California Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Politics; GPA 3.8/4.0<br />

Awards: Dean’s List Fall ’16, ’17, ‘18 Steele Foundation Scholarship for Academic Excellence ‘16, ’18, ‘19<br />

Activities: Editor of The Golden Antlers campus satirical magazine, Outdoor Wilderness Leadership backpacking<br />

leader, Volunteer Global Climate Action Summit, Residential Community Coordinator<br />

Professional Experience<br />

Environmental Defense Fund Summer 2018<br />

Research & Legislative Intern Climate & Energy Policy<br />

Washington DC<br />

• Co-authored internal report evaluating policies implemented by local, state, and private actors aiding coal<br />

workers and coal-reliant communities<br />

• Followed and critically compared fiscal year funding levels across Presidents Trump and Obama<br />

administrations proposed and enacted budgets for the EPA and DOE<br />

• Tracked congressional hearings, bills, and votes with special attention on amendments for funding packages<br />

US Senator Dianne Feinstein Summer 2018<br />

Legislative & Press Intern<br />

Washington DC<br />

• Researched and produced policy proposal on commercial scale energy storage for senior legislative staff<br />

• Tracked, researched, and analyzed past and pending carbon pricing legislation; attended on average 3<br />

briefings weekly, constructed informative memos on congressional briefings and hearings for Senator’s staff<br />

• Executed constituent correspondence including channeling hundreds of IQ letters weekly, while researching<br />

and writing issue-based direct response letters regarding land and water issues on behalf of the Senator<br />

California Governor’s Office of Planning and Research Summer 2018<br />

Public Policy Intern<br />

Sacramento CA<br />

• Produced policy research and comparative analysis for the following policy areas: floating offshore wind<br />

energy, the Indian Wells Water Valley Basin water use & economic impacts, and the Integrated Climate<br />

Adaptation and Resiliency Program while helping organize the Global Climate Action Summit<br />

• Facilitated project management for Smart Cities report, including researching, brainstorming, drafting and<br />

curating Smart Cities policy guidance document for California’s thousands of local governments<br />

Sam Jammal for Congress Fall 2017<br />

Field Organizer<br />

39 th House District, CA<br />

• Organize Claremont college students to canvass 4-hour shifts, knocking on hundreds of doors weekly<br />

• Researched federal and state environmental policy, prepared policy report with team of students and<br />

campaign staff<br />

Relevant Experience<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students Fall 2019–Spring <strong>2020</strong><br />

Student Government Sustainability Chair<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

• Voting member of student government executive board for funding proposals while acting as primary campus<br />

resource for sustainability at <strong>Scripps</strong> and the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

• Liaise between <strong>Scripps</strong> Environmental Clubs, <strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students, Green Living LLC, and<br />

Sustainability Committee organizing events relating to environmental justice including gardening workshops<br />

and carbon neutrality protests<br />

• Founding member 5C ReGen, institutionalizing an organizing coalition between environmental leaders on all<br />

five Claremont colleges


Isabella W - INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, California May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Creative Writing, GPA: 3.7<br />

• Dean’s List Recipient 2017/2018<br />

• Ruth George Poetry Prize 2018<br />

• Senior Thesis: Jawbone (Original play)<br />

National Theatre Institute, Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center Sept.-December 2018<br />

University <strong>College</strong> London, English Affiliate Jan.-June 2019<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Theatre, September 2009-present<br />

• Workshopped original play Things I Never Told The Stars in New York and at Portland Actor’s Conservatory<br />

(August 2019)<br />

• Directed Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves for Pomona <strong>College</strong> student theatre group (November 2019)<br />

• Performed in: Red Velvet (Ellen Tree), Antigone (Antigone), Peter Pan (Wendy), Much Ado About Nothing<br />

(Conrade/Dogberry), Charlie’s Aunt (Ella) et al.<br />

52 ND Street Project, Intern, New York, June 2019-August 2019<br />

• Worked with the Associate Artistic Director and ran lightboard for teen ensemble devising piece<br />

• Participated and chaperoned on week-long retreat to Block Island, and worked backstage crew for the annual Oneon-Ones<br />

show in New York City<br />

• Assisted the Executive Director, the Education Director, and the Development Director with administrative duties<br />

such as mailings, fundraising, marketing, and general office tasks; assisted the Director of Design & Production with<br />

organization and prop design<br />

Curriculum Associates, Intern, Portland/Boston, May 2018-August 2018<br />

• Researched and wrote a 30-page company history for the 50 th year anniversary<br />

• Interviewed CA’s President, CTO, CEO, VP of Implementation and Support, and more long-time employees<br />

• Delivered teacher training guides to every elementary school in the Salem-Keizer school district and supported the<br />

Pacific Northwest Team in organizing textbook storage<br />

• Contacted district superintendents and curriculum directors to encourage further involvement with CA<br />

Camp PALS, Counselor, Santa Clara, August 2017-August 2017<br />

• Partnered with an individual with down syndrome to support a week of new experiences and friendships<br />

• Fostered independence, growth and connection with other students by organizing activities<br />

• Participated as a team member of seven to create group events<br />

Hot Press Magazine, Intern, Dublin, June 2017-August 2017<br />

• Wrote 117 music news articles for digital content<br />

• Published an interview in the print August 6 edition of the magazine<br />

• Engaged with the public at four music festivals, breaking record for number of new magazine subscriptions<br />

• Collaborated with the marketing team to create new strategies for magazine exposure<br />

• Connected with local restaurants to put together data for the Best of Dublin 2017 Issue<br />

Study Breaks Magazine, Intern, Remote, January 2017-May 2017<br />

• Created original articles and weekly pitches, including student interviews across the country<br />

Viva! Event Planning, Intern, Portland, OR, June 2015 – August 2015, June 2016-August 2016<br />

• Designed two travel brochures for incentive programs<br />

• Developed and filmed a series of six vlogs for company publicity<br />

• Proofread and edited final documents including pitches, factsheets, PR articles and budget sheets<br />

TECHNICAL SKILLS<br />

• Language proficiency: Advanced conversational and written Spanish, beginning Italian<br />

• Proficient in Microsoft Office, PC and Mac proficient, social media management (Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat,<br />

Instagram, WordPress)


India W - INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film/TV/Radio)<br />

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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Claremont, CA<br />

- Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies, History minor<br />

- Relevant coursework: Introduction to Video Art, Documentary Media, Advanced Editing<br />

- Film portfolio<br />

Work Experience<br />

Writer/Videographer, The Golden Antlers<br />

September 2016 - Present<br />

The Claremont <strong>College</strong>s, Claremont, CA<br />

- Produce satirical video and written content for Claremont <strong>College</strong>s community<br />

- Collaborate with other staff members to generate ideas and material<br />

Video Production Intern, Optimist September 2019 – December 2019<br />

Los Angeles, CA<br />

- Researched and pitched story concepts for bi-weekly online video series<br />

- Compiled submissions for film festivals and online distribution services<br />

Pre-Production Assistant, 88 Filmworks June 2019 – August 2019<br />

Los Angeles, CA<br />

- Aided producer Allison Walter by designing a pitch deck for upcoming series<br />

- Completed tasks including preliminary casting and assembling visuals<br />

Video Intern, Aether Films May 2019 – August 2019<br />

El Segundo, CA<br />

- Gained an understanding of the film production process through behind the scenes support on<br />

various shoots and through breaking down gear<br />

- Produced a conceptual commercial treatment to demonstrate production skills<br />

Production Assistant, Various Filmmakers May 2018 – July 2018<br />

Tokyo, Japan<br />

- Assisted DP David Allen by building cameras and operating second camera on shoots for<br />

Netflix/Vox Media show Explained and upcoming feature documentary Nourishing Japan<br />

- Monitored and organized equipment during interviews and interpreted on set for filmmaker<br />

Abigail Child during preliminary research for upcoming untitled feature documentary<br />

Senior/Junior Counselor, Nanbo Discovery Camp Summers 2014 – 2018<br />

Chikura, Japan<br />

- Mentored 8 children per session, supporting and supervising camper experience<br />

- Facilitated activities such as journal writing, craft making, and team building games<br />

- Coordinated with administrative staff, serving as a mentor to junior counselors after promotion<br />

to senior counselor in Summer of 2018<br />

Skills<br />

Intermediate Spanish and Japanese<br />

Proficient in Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, and Adobe Creative Suite<br />

Skilled in camera operation, still and video (Canon C100, Nikon D3600)


Alice Z - INDUSTRY: Entertainment (Film,TV,Radio)<br />

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Portfolio<br />

alijinz.portfoliobox.net<br />

Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> ‘19<br />

• B.A. Art major<br />

Computer Science minor<br />

• Trustee Merit Scholarship<br />

Relevant Coursework<br />

• Human-Centered Design<br />

• User Interfaces & Experiences<br />

• Visualization as Thinking<br />

• Digital Humanities Studio<br />

• Theories of Contemporary Art<br />

• Fundamentals of Comp Sci<br />

• Data Structures Advanced<br />

Programming<br />

• Computability & Logic<br />

Skills<br />

Design Software<br />

Photoshop<br />

InDesign<br />

InVision<br />

Sketch<br />

Computer Languages<br />

HTML<br />

PHP<br />

Java<br />

Languages<br />

English<br />

(native)<br />

Illustrator<br />

AfterEffects<br />

Figma<br />

Balsamiq<br />

CSS3<br />

JavaScript<br />

C Language<br />

Mandarin<br />

Chinese<br />

(fluent)<br />

Experience<br />

AmeriCorps/House Operations Coordinator, Maggie’s Place<br />

September 2019 – Current | Cleveland, OH<br />

• Live in community at a shelter where up to 12 women can move in at any<br />

point of their pregnancy and stay up to when their child, if born, is 12<br />

months<br />

• Help shelter residents achieve their self-established goals with<br />

individualized, regular, trauma-informed mentorship<br />

• Work closely with a small team of ~5 Corps members to respond to<br />

emergencies, resolve conflict, and rise to needs of the moment<br />

• Manage the health and daily operation of the property and community<br />

vehicles<br />

Design Intern, Metric Design Studio<br />

August 2018 – January 2019 | Shanghai, China<br />

• Communicated with a team of 2-4 people internationally (on-site and<br />

remotely) to organize tasks, trade feedback, and track deadlines<br />

• Mocked up web designs with attention to each client’s brand and project<br />

brief<br />

• Translated static designs into dynamic, responsive webpages via HTML,<br />

CSS, PHP, and third-party tools<br />

Recent Projects<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Class of 2019 Mural<br />

October 2018 – December 2018<br />

• Designed and painted a mural featuring “talking” water lilies, touching on<br />

the college’s feminist spirit, beautiful campus, and student activism.<br />

• Navigated controversy over the water lilies’ content by opening up forms<br />

for comments, reaching out, making changes, and releasing a public<br />

statement<br />

• Coordinated the signing of 244 graduating seniors’ names on the mural<br />

Community Home Energy Retrofit Project (CHERP) Outreach<br />

Plan<br />

September 2018 – October 2018<br />

• Worked in a team of 5 to design an outreach plan for a local non-profit<br />

• Interviewed locals and built personas to find our specific user<br />

• Brainstormed, evaluated, prototyped, and tested ideas<br />

• Pushed team to pivot when our committed idea revealed flaws<br />

• Documented design process with visual notetaking, a four-page report,<br />

and a video illustrating our journey and final prototypes


ENVIRONMENT/<br />

SUSTAINABILITY<br />

Sophie Ba<br />

Clare B<br />

Sophie B<br />

Alexi B<br />

Audrey C<br />

Camryn H<br />

Zoe H<br />

Mia K<br />

Dena K<br />

Kathy L<br />

Natalie Q<br />

Megan R<br />

Anne S<br />

Maggie T<br />

Samantha Y<br />

Clara Z<br />

If you would like for <strong>Scripps</strong> Career Planning & Resources to reach out to any of these<br />

students on your behalf, please fill out this hyperlinked Contact Request Form.


Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Class of <strong>2020</strong>: 3.6 GPA<br />

Sophie Ba - INDUSTRY: Environment/ Sustainability<br />

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• Major in Environmental Economics and Politics<br />

• Minor in Media Studies<br />

• Senior Thesis: Environmental, Economic and Political Implications of Sustainable<br />

Agricultural (In Progress)<br />

Experience<br />

Ocean Institute; Husbandry Intern, Dana Point, CA Summer 2019<br />

• Worked with husbandry department to create a management plan for captive animals<br />

• Completed archival research to best understand animal needs and lifespans<br />

• Helped establish strategies to utilize captive animals to educate the public<br />

Ken Sax Photography; Assistant and Editor, Santa Monica, CA Summer-Fall 2018<br />

• Created and maintained new company website, selecting photos to publish<br />

• Managed Instagram and Facebook accounts, increasing follower numbers tenfold<br />

• Used Photoshop to edit and review photos for publication, including archival pieces<br />

• Assisted with administrative tasks such as email correspondence within company<br />

Rover Dog Care; Dog Walker and Caretaker, Claremont, CA Fall 2017<br />

• Communicated with customers to develop personalized caretaking strategies<br />

• Maintained schedules to fit customer needs<br />

Tambopata Research Center; Research Intern, Puerto Maldonado, Peru Summer 2017<br />

• Researched macaws in the Amazon rainforest through surveys and behavior analysis<br />

• Collected, logged and analyzed data utilizing Microsoft Excel<br />

• Collaborated with research team members to complete surveys and nest maintenance<br />

All Star Baseball Clinic; Baseball Coach, Oakland, CA Spring 2015 - Fall 2016<br />

• Coached 6-11 year olds, functioning as a female role model in a traditionally male sport<br />

• Planned and led activities to develop players’ physical, emotional and social growth<br />

Cheetah Conservation Fund; Internship, Otjiwarongo, Namibia Summer 2015<br />

• Conducted field research on cheetahs and assisted with wild and domestic animal care<br />

• Managed camera traps and analyzed photos as well as field research notes<br />

San Francisco Zoo; Talk on the Wild Side Volunteer, San Francisco, CA Summer 2014<br />

• Handled a variety of livestock and exotic animals in the petting and insect zoos<br />

• Gave educational talks to zoo visitors about conservation and wildlife<br />

Awards<br />

• Presidential Scholar (four-year academic scholarship)<br />

• <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Dean’s List 2017/2018/2019<br />

• USA Rugby Academic Honor Roll 2018-2019<br />

Coursework and Skills<br />

• Directed Research Project, Fall 2019: Bridging the Gap between Sustainable and<br />

Conventional Agriculture: A Feasibility Analysis of a Pilot Syntropic System<br />

• Environmental Economics; Development Economics; Statistics; Energy Economics & Policy<br />

• Competent with data collection, organization and statistical analysis<br />

• Versed in Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, and social media<br />

• Proficient in Spanish


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected <strong>2020</strong><br />

Major in Environmental Analysis: Sustainability and the Built Environment; Minor in Studio Art<br />

Dean’s List 2016–2019, Cumulative GPA: 3.8<br />

● Relevant Coursework: Sustainable Design, Urban Planning, Political and Environmental Studies, Architecture<br />

● Thesis: “Unaccepted Streets in Bayview Hunters Point: Addressing Spatial Injustice Through Public Open Space”<br />

DIS Abroad, Copenhagen, Denmark Fall 2018<br />

Architecture Design Studio<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Barista, Motley Coffeehouse (Claremont, CA)<br />

2019–present<br />

● Prepare drinks, serve customers, and participate in the organization and management of the student-run business and<br />

in conversations on inclusivity and sustainability.<br />

Intern, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition (San Francisco, CA) Summer 2018<br />

● Assisted the Advocacy Team with grassroots outreach including street side outreach or phone calls and emails to<br />

individual members, and attended a variety of meetings with the SFMTA Sustainable Streets and Livable Streets<br />

divisions to make public comment on relevant city planning decisions.<br />

● Developed a design report to guide bicycle advocates and city planners in promoting and implementing bicyclefriendly<br />

traffic calming measures for the SFMTA Excelsior Neighborhood Traffic Calming Project.<br />

Barista, Sightglass Coffee (San Francisco, CA)<br />

2018–present<br />

● Work as a barista at the SFMoMA, Divisadero, 7th Street, and Ferry Plaza Farmers Market coffee bars<br />

Intern, Rediscovery Centre (Dublin, Ireland) Summer 2017<br />

● Prepared strategy documents and presentations for internal and external meetings, conducted research pertaining to<br />

sustainability and resource management of the recently constructed WISER Life building, and supported the<br />

management of events, education workshops, and tours.<br />

● Successfully assisted with grant applications to award $10,000 to the Rediscovery Centre, allowing the center to<br />

provide free educational workshops for up to 600 children from disadvantaged schools.<br />

Bay Area Air Quality Management District – SFMTA Internship Program (San Francisco, CA) Summer 2016<br />

● Created databases for public meeting planning, assisted with community outreach strategies, and developed youth<br />

focused program material to promote the Spare the Air program in the Community Outreach Department<br />

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE<br />

Liaison of the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s major Environmental Analysis<br />

2019–present<br />

● Foster environmental dialogue on campus and organize the visits of scholars and professionals in the environmental<br />

field to speak on campus.<br />

● Facilitate communication between the faculty, students, and alumni of Environmental Analysis and organize<br />

networking and social events<br />

Leader of the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s organization ‘Designing Urban Spaces’<br />

2018–present<br />

● Coordinate with faculty to collect resources and facilitate information sessions regarding the Sustainability and the<br />

Built Environment track within Environmental Analysis at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s.<br />

● Plan off-campus trips for students interested in architecture and urban planning.<br />

SKILLS AND AWARDS<br />

● Media: Proficient in Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator, as well as architecture and design applications such<br />

as SketchUp and AutoCAD, and GIS tools ArcMap and ArcGIS Online.<br />

● Computer: Proficient with Mac and PC, Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), Google Docs, and Salesforce,<br />

as well as programming applications such as Fathom and Scratch.<br />

● Recipient of WTS-Los Angeles Ava Doner Memorial Scholarship, 2018.<br />

● Recipient of the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Class of ’71 Merit Scholarship, 2016–present.


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts, History, Minor in Anthropology Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

GPA: 3.9<br />

Member of Honors History Society<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

The Field Museum<br />

Chicago, IL<br />

Urban Environmental Anthropology Intern May 2018—August 2018<br />

• Conducted participant observation research evaluating effectiveness of youth public art programming in<br />

promoting cross-neighborhood understanding, civic engagement, and pride in cultural heritage<br />

• Implemented surveys about visitor experience and transportation to museum campus to inform future<br />

equitable access for city residents<br />

• Developed Google Sheets tool connecting 200+ environmental and community organizations to better<br />

facilitate community climate change efforts across Chicago region<br />

• Updated 40+ online environmental educational tools using Adobe Lightroom to maintain museum’s<br />

mission of promoting conservation and cultural understanding<br />

Honoré Farm & Mill<br />

Larkspur, CA<br />

Research Intern July 2017—August 2017<br />

• Conducted significant quantitative research comparing the environmental and health impact of conventional<br />

wheat to wheat grown by Honoré Farm & Mill; results utilized in sustainability conference to promote<br />

ecologically friendly farming techniques<br />

• Conceptualized and facilitated execution of new website design and content<br />

• Wrote blog posts about wheat sustainability and food justice to cultivate Honoré image and mission<br />

Share the Harvest Farm<br />

East Hampton, NY<br />

Farm Intern July 2016—August 2016<br />

• Collaborated with a team of five farm interns and supervisors to provide hundreds of pounds produce for<br />

local low-income families<br />

• Performed strenuous fieldwork planting, weeding, and harvesting vegetables six days per week<br />

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE<br />

Challah for Hunger<br />

Lead Baking Manager<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

August 2017—Present<br />

• Supervise volunteers through the bread-making process to bake 70 pounds of dough in industrial kitchen<br />

weekly<br />

• Donate proceeds from sales to fight food insecurity nationally and locally<br />

Food Recovery Network<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Transportation Volunteer August 2017—Present<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Recover 100+ pounds uneaten food weekly from college dining hall and transport to local women’s shelter<br />

• Prevent food waste and methane emissions by providing free food to organizations in need<br />

Proficient in Adobe Lightroom, Microsoft Suite, and Google Suite


Alexi B - INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

SCRIPPS COLLEGE, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

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Bachelor of Arts: Double Major in Studio Art (ceramics) and French<br />

○ Studio Art Thesis: Language, Memory, Place : Building on Disappearance<br />

Cumulative GPA 4.0; Dean’s list; Fall 2016 - current<br />

● Recipient of <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Mellon Humanities Interdisciplinary Summer Fellowship (2019)<br />

HAMILTON IN FRANCE, Paris, France - Semester Abroad September - December 2018<br />

ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOL OF THE ARTS, CA - Visual Arts Conservatory June 2016<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

SUSTAINABILITY<br />

SCRIPPS FOOD RECOVERY NETWORK - Chapter president and founding member<br />

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Implemented first food recovery program on <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> campus<br />

Oversee 2 recoveries per week, averaging 1700 lbs. food donated per semester<br />

Serve as liaison between <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> dining service provider, local shelters and student volunteers<br />

November 2016 - Present<br />

SCRIPPS SUSTAINABILITY ANNUAL REPORT - Intern June 2018 - August 2018<br />

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Researched, designed, wrote and published <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>’s first Sustainability Annual Report<br />

Mentored by <strong>Scripps</strong> Sustainability Coordinator to create report as baseline for future editions<br />

ART + DESIGN | https://alexibutts.myportfolio.com/<br />

ELLEN FRIEDLANDER PHOTOGRAPHY - Assistant<br />

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Designed and now maintain artist website for ellenfriedlanderphotography.com<br />

Generate presentations for artist talks and workshops<br />

January 2015 - Present<br />

A.I.R. VALLAURIS, FRANCE - Ceramics artist in residence May 2019 -June 2019<br />

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Accepted as youngest artist in residence with final sculpture acquired into permanent collection<br />

Conducted 18 interviews with French Nationals as the medium for final conceptual ceramics project<br />

Exhibited in end-of-residency group show at Chapelle de la Miséricorde, Vallauris<br />

ASIA SOCIETY HONG KONG CENTER - Intern (Arts and Culture Team) June 2017– July 2017<br />

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Assisted in writing and overseeing of publications, event proposals and program announcements<br />

Collaborated with other interns to design a school workbook for the fall (2017) gallery exhibition<br />

Researched Hong Kong arts industry for upcoming workshops, exhibitions and lectures<br />

SCRIPPS COLLEGE JOURNAL - Art Editor April 2017- May 2019<br />

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Assessed and organized art entries for the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> annual art and literary magazine<br />

Created design and layout of 2018 edition of the journal<br />

LEADERSHIP<br />

CLAREMONT-MUDD-SCRIPPS WOMEN’S & MEN’S TENNIS -Manager January 2018- May 2019<br />

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Supervised, trained and recruited student staff for all home matches, including national tournaments<br />

Served as primary contact for visiting team, managed live-streaming as well as performing post-match data entry<br />

STUDENT FRENCH TEACHER AT CHAPARRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL September 2017 - December 2017<br />

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Taught 6th grade class following self-designed French language and culture mini-curriculum<br />

Developed curriculum using total immersive language teaching approach<br />

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Advanced French language (verbal and written)<br />

SKILLS<br />

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Proficient in Adobe Illustrator & In-Design


Audrey C - INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability<br />

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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology, GPA 3.5<br />

Thesis: Health Standards in Public Elementary Schools in the United States<br />

SIT: International Honors Program: Health and Community: Globalization, Culture, and Care Fall 2018<br />

D.C., Hanoi, Cape Town, Buenos Aires<br />

Clinical Experience<br />

Community Clinic Intern July 2019 - August 2019<br />

West Midtown Medical Group, New York, NY<br />

• Engage and observe physician assistants and patients daily in clinical setting<br />

• Help Head Counselor with intake forms by reviewing information with patients<br />

• Supported methadone patients by participating in group therapy sessions<br />

Student Resource Advocate September 2017 - May 2018<br />

City of Hope, Duarte, CA<br />

• Act as a liaison to medical center staff and identify patients in need of community resources<br />

• Communicate with patients and caregivers in Mandarin to ensure basic needs were met<br />

Assistant Physical Therapist Summer 2015 & 2016<br />

California Children Services, San Francisco, CA<br />

• Conduct therapeutic activities for young children during each session with clients to improve fine<br />

and gross motor skills<br />

• Lead several activities for teenage girls to improve motor function and build confidence<br />

Teaching Experience<br />

Mandarin Teacher September 2017 - December 2017<br />

Chaparral Elementary School, Claremont, CA<br />

• Develop lesson plans to teach Mandarin to unexperienced 5 th graders<br />

• Execute in-class and outside physical activities to gain more interest in vocabulary<br />

• Incorporate Chinese culture into lesson plans to create a foundation of the language<br />

Additional Experience<br />

Event Coordinator<br />

September 2019- Present<br />

Camp Kesem at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

• Organize the biggest fundraising event of the year, successfully raised $10,000<br />

• Contact local businesses for donations and sponsorships to get more financial support<br />

• Correspond with caterers and venue to ensure a smooth event<br />

• Interact with student body to gain more support and interest in the organization through events<br />

Student Representative<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Committee for Study Abroad, Claremont, CA<br />

September 2019- Present<br />

• Involve students via social media platforms to obtain feedback on ways to further support student<br />

population<br />

• Meet regularly with the committee to discuss new ways to enhance programming<br />

• Generate interest in study abroad programs through on-campus events and fairs<br />

Skills<br />

• Languages: Advanced Mandarin (verbal and written)<br />

• Computer: Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Database research, Adobe<br />

Photoshop, Basic R and Python


Camryn H - INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics Cumulative GPA: 3.69/4.0<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Dean’s List Fall 2016 – Spring 2018<br />

Budapest Semesters in Mathematics<br />

Budapest, Hungary<br />

Study Abroad Program Spring 2019<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

Teachers Assistant <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

August 2019 – Present<br />

• Graded 25 students’ homework every week for Number Theory and Cryptography course<br />

Outdoor Wilderness Leadership <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Manager, Claremont, CA January 2018 – Present<br />

• Organize and lead student hikes, camping and backpacking trips in state and national parks<br />

• Hired six new employees and responsible for payroll for ten employees<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Art Department, Claremont, CA<br />

• Assistant duties including mail delivery and pick up, setting up art shows<br />

September 2016 – Present<br />

The Humane League, Outreach Intern, Chicago, IL June – August 2019<br />

• Researched local organizations, restaurants, markets for commitment to campaign<br />

• Planned activist outreach and coalition building geared towards influencing McDonald’s policies<br />

San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, San Francisco, CA<br />

• Camp Mather Recreation Leader, near Yosemite National Park June - August 2017, 2018<br />

o Handled administrative duties such as money handling certification, quarantine outbreak,<br />

and evacuation procedures<br />

• Harvey Milk Center for the Arts June - August 2016<br />

o Photographed for six websites I designed, organized and executed before and after car<br />

ON-CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS<br />

Malott Dining Commons Food Council Committee<br />

September 2019 – Present<br />

• Committee member with Malott Dining Commons managers to bring more sustainable options to the<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> dining hall during weekly meetings<br />

Claremont Students for Animals, President<br />

September 2016 – Present<br />

• Organize promotional events such as film screenings, volunteer with local animal shelter, participate<br />

in vigils at local slaughterhouse to change the negative connotation of animal rights activists<br />

AWARDS<br />

Donna Darnell ’56 Scholarship Fall 2018 – Spring <strong>2020</strong><br />

Merit-based scholarship<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Summer Internship Grant Summer 2019<br />

SKILLS<br />

Conversational in Spanish, Proficient in Hungarian<br />

Proficient in Python, Microsoft Office, Excel, LaTex<br />

Wilderness First Responder Certified January 2017


Zoe H - INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Cumulative GPA 3.85; Dean’s List, Fall 2016 – Spring 2017, Spring 2018 – Current<br />

• Senior Thesis: Evaluating student relationships to and perceptions of Student Health<br />

Services at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s with primary focus on health care access and barriers to<br />

care<br />

Syracuse University Florence, Florence, Italy August 2018 – December 2018<br />

• Coursework in Italian, Italian literature, history, sociology<br />

• Traveled extensively within Italy with Syracuse Abroad team<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Volunteer, <strong>Scripps</strong> Food Recovery Network, Claremont, CA<br />

Fall 2019 – Present<br />

• Drive recovered food from <strong>Scripps</strong> dining hall to local women’s shelter<br />

• Organize and plan club events<br />

Ambassador, Health Education Outreach (HEO), Claremont, CA Fall 2019 – Present<br />

• Promote awareness of HEO services using social media and other forms of outreach<br />

• Support peer health educators with maintaining office, educating student visitors, and creating<br />

a safe environment<br />

Intern, ConsejoSano, North Hollywood, CA June 2019 – August 2019<br />

• Designed and executed successful survey and field-testing protocol for rapidly expanding,<br />

cutting-edge healthcare startup<br />

• Tested content aimed at underserved populations<br />

• Researched social determinants of health<br />

Volunteer, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas, Dallas, TX June 2018 – August 2018<br />

• Provided superior customer service to patient families<br />

• Assisted hospital staff in Nursing and Valet Services with administrative tasks<br />

Administrative Assistant, First Presbyterian Church, Grapevine, TX June 2018 – August 2018<br />

• Organized and edited weekly church bulletin<br />

• Provided phone, email, and general office support for church staff<br />

Peer Mentor, <strong>Scripps</strong> New Student Program, Claremont, CA Fall 2017 – Spring 2018<br />

• Mentored group of first year students at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

• Organized group events<br />

• Assisted planning activities during orientation<br />

• Counseled mentees<br />

Food Server, Fireside Pies, Grapevine, TX Seasonal, June 2017 – January 2019<br />

• Served guests food and beverages at busy artisanal pizza restaurant<br />

• Demonstrated exceptional problem-solving and high-quality customer service<br />

Food Server & Host, Cotton Patch Café, Grapevine, TX June 2015 – August 2016<br />

• Served guests food and beverages at high-volume downtown restaurant<br />

• Managed flow of restaurant, seating arrangements, equitable server opportunities<br />

SKILLS<br />

Languages: Conversational Italian<br />

Computer: Microsoft Office, basic statistical analysis, academic research databases, Mac and PC


Mia K - INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Analysis – Sustainability and the Built Environment track (GPA: 3.86)<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Urban Health Equity; (re)Making the American Metropolis; Sustainable Place Studio; Green<br />

Urbanism; Geohazards; GIS in Environmental Analysis<br />

• Senior Thesis: Equity, Education, and Emergency: Examining Social Resilience-Building Pilot Programs, Methods, and<br />

Successes in Massachusetts Communities<br />

• Music minor (History and Composition track with a focus on Vocal Performance)<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

Admission Ambassador Coordinator <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Office of Admission, Claremont, CA<br />

Fall 2017 – Present<br />

• Act as prospective students’ first contact with the college, leading informational campus tours, representing the college at<br />

admission events, and corresponding with prospective and new students via email and social media<br />

• Perform institutional research, data collection and analysis, materials preparation, office reception, social media account<br />

management and content generation<br />

• Oversee student tour guide team by organizing schedule and team events, training, and facilitating office culture<br />

Summer Fellow Summer 2019<br />

Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW) through the Forest Foundation Fellowship, Cambridge, MA<br />

• Devised, pitched, negotiated, and secured Forest Foundation-sponsored community engagement internship at CREW<br />

• Mentored five first-year Forest Foundation interns through development days, grant writing workshops, and group<br />

presentations<br />

• Recruited/prepared city governments, public libraries, and other organizations to participate in CREW’s annual Climate<br />

Preparedness Week<br />

• Designed educational brochures for how to prepare for extreme weather events, a new organizational trifold, and more<br />

Program Intern YWCA Cambridge through the Forest Foundation Fellowship, Cambridge, MA Summer 2018<br />

• Participated in nonprofit leadership days studying diversity and inclusion, grant-writing, leadership, social enterprise,<br />

civic engagement, philanthropy, and nonprofit finance<br />

• Secured 2 nd place in grant-writing competition for composing operating grant on behalf of nonprofit Strategies for Youth<br />

• Co-facilitated YWCA Cambridge’s Get Out the Vote campaign, performed outreach & development for annual<br />

fundraiser<br />

Marketing Intern Central Square Theater, Cambridge, MA Summer 2017<br />

• Created online content, composed email campaigns, designed production posters, and managed social media pages<br />

• Conducted independent research on upcoming plays and compiled program notes for publication<br />

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE<br />

Environmental Analysis Liaison Pomona <strong>College</strong>, Environmental Analysis Department, Claremont, CA Fall 2019 – Present<br />

• Organize and host variety of events including: information sessions, speaker series, and community events<br />

President, Music Director, Social Media/Website Manager<br />

Fall 2018 – Present<br />

Womxn’s Blue and White A Cappella, Claremont, CA<br />

• Lead collegiate vocal ensemble in both management and artistic roles: booking gigs and managing performances,<br />

marketing, budget, website, and social media; running rehearsals, teaching, arranging, and interpreting music<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Computer: Proficient in Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, Microsoft Office, RStudio, and ArcGIS Online and Desktop<br />

• Language: Proficient in written and spoken German<br />

• Creative: Graphic design, skilled writer in both creative and informative formats, social media literacy, vocal<br />

performance, music arranging<br />

AWARDS<br />

• <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Dean’s List (fall 2016 – present)<br />

• Forest Foundation Fellowship (summers 2018 & 2019)


Dena K - INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA May 2019<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Environment Economics Politics<br />

• Thesis: Diversification of Hydrocarbon Economy and Fiscal Reform Analysis in Saudi Arabia<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Int’l Relations-Conflict Intervention, Policy & Economics of Natural Resource<br />

Policy, Environmental Economics, Energy Economics, Environmental Law & Policy, Microeconomic &<br />

Macroeconomic Theory & Econometrics<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Research Assistant, TADAMUN: The Cairo Solidarity Initiative, Washington, D.C. Aug 2019 – Dec 2019<br />

• Produced and edited materials identifying and analyzing spatial inequality and urban governance<br />

shortcomings in the Middle East and North Africa with the goal to empower and encourage individuals<br />

to overcome development deficiencies in their communities<br />

• Gathered research on municipal governments in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Lebanon, Bahrain, Egypt, and<br />

Algeria for upcoming book on local governance in the Middle East<br />

Arabic Translator, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, California Oct 2018 - May 2019<br />

• Transcribed Lebanese interview recording files from Arabic and French into English written documents<br />

for Dr. Lara Deeb’s research on anthropology in Lebanon<br />

Research Assistant, W.M Keck Science Center, Claremont, California Sep 2017- Mar 2019<br />

• Analyzed C.compactum growth bands as a proxy archive, combined chronology with radiocarbon<br />

dating to assess marine environment change and interpret ocean current type<br />

• Measured proxies using an inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer and DS-Fi3<br />

machine to indicate climate change variability in terms of ocean circulation sea surface temperature<br />

Policy Intern, American Sustainable Business Council, Washington, D.C. May 2018 - Aug 2018<br />

• Conceptualized and executed the Delaware Watershed project to protect the land and water<br />

covering the five states in the watershed, for the duration of two months, by researching and<br />

promoting business involvement in initiatives targeted at clean watersheds<br />

• Translated and consolidated legal documents and campaign language to create an accessible<br />

platform for stakeholders to comprehend the council’s agenda<br />

Trail Guide, YMCA Camp Widjiwagan, Ely, MN May 2016 - Aug 2018<br />

• Solo-guided wilderness trips in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, mentoring groups of 5-9 at-risk<br />

youth, ages 13-19<br />

• Designed programming for each trip focused on leadership and interpersonal growth and technical<br />

outdoors skillsets<br />

LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES<br />

Coach/Player, Claremont Football Club of Claremont <strong>College</strong>s, Claremont, California May 2016 - May 2019<br />

• Trained club team of 25 players, bringing team to win the West Coast Soccer Association<br />

championships. Facilitated practices, games, transportation, and audited $5,000 budget<br />

Staff Member, Outdoor Education Center: Pomona <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, California Feb 2016 - May 2019<br />

• Orchestrated and led wilderness trips in CA, AZ, UT for groups ranging from 15-50 people,<br />

implemented diversity outreach and leadership programs, audited $15,000 budget, for the outdoor<br />

group of the five Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

Policy Sciences Annual Institute Attendee, World Bank Headquarters, Washington, D.C. Nov 2018<br />

• Attended under guidance of professor Dr. William Ascher, contributed to subgroup for project on<br />

West Africa Unique Identity for Regional Integration and Inclusion by critically examining project<br />

development<br />

SKILLS<br />

Languages: Arabic (Native) and French (Advanced)<br />

Computer: Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Prospectify, Stata, GIS


Kathy L - INDUSTRY: Environment/Sustainability<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Biology December 2019<br />

• Minor in Spanish, Latin American, and Caribbean Literatures and Cultures<br />

• Dean’s list: Spring 2019, Fall 2018; Sigma Delta Pi (National Spanish Honors Society)<br />

• Senior thesis: “Role of managed marine areas on the diversity and individual responses of rocky intertidal<br />

shore grazers in Central Chile”<br />

• Relevant courses: Applied Ecology and Conservation, Animal Behavior, Special Topics: UAVs, Calc III<br />

w/Applications to the Sciences, Physics for the Life Sciences, Organic Chemistry<br />

School for International Training (SIT) Study Abroad<br />

Panama<br />

Tropical Ecology, Marine Ecosystems, and Biodiversity Conservation Program August – December 2018<br />

• Conducted extensive field work in terrestrial and marine tropical ecosystems<br />

• Explored anthropogenic effects of tropical ecosystems and the ecosystems’ impact on local communities<br />

• Relevant courses: Tropical Ecology, Environmental Research Methods and Ethics, Independent Study<br />

Project, Human Ecology<br />

University of Utah<br />

SLC, UT<br />

Summer Classes May – August 2017<br />

• Relevant courses: Physiology with lab, Human Anatomy with lab, Statistics<br />

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE<br />

Research Intern, Estación Costera de Investigaciones Marinas, Las Cruces, Chile May – August 2019<br />

• Research advisor: Dr. Evie Wieters<br />

• Conducted research on diversity, size frequency, and shell length-body weight allometry of intertidal grazers<br />

in sites of varying human disturbance for my senior undergraduate thesis<br />

• Recorded species abundance from transects of all intertidal grazers and measured length and weight of<br />

Fissurella crassa, Chiton granosus, Scurria araucana, and Siphonaria lessoni in the intertidal zone of open<br />

access, marine management, and marine reserve sites<br />

Independent Student Researcher, School for International Training, Panama August – December 2018<br />

• Research advisors: Aly Dagang, Dr. Edgardo Díaz Ferguson<br />

• Executed a month-long self-designed independent research project to study fish diversity and distribution at<br />

two different times of day in the seagrass-coral reef continuum of Isla Bastimentos, Bocas del Toro, Panama<br />

• Kayaked to research sites to set up 15 m transects in seagrass and coral reef habitats<br />

• Recorded transect videos on a GoPro and analyzed the footage to ID fish and coral substrate composition<br />

Researcher, Keck Science Department of the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s, CA August – December 2016<br />

• Research advisors: Jennifer Hull, Dr. Emily Wiley<br />

• Conducted an experiment on the lac operon with a lab partner as part of the Intro to Biological Chemistry<br />

course which resulted in a final paper entitled “Investigation of the importance of specific amino acids in the<br />

function of the lac operon”<br />

• Performed mutagenesis on E. coli, created B-galactosidase assays, ran PCR and gel electrophoresis<br />

PUBLICATIONS<br />

• Liu, Kathy, “Role of managed marine areas on the diversity and individual responses of rocky intertidal shore<br />

grazers in Central Chile” (2019). <strong>Scripps</strong> Senior Theses. 2472.<br />

https://scholarship.claremont.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2472&context=scripps_theses


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• Liu, Kathy, “Fish diversity and distribution in the seagrass-coral reef continuum at two sites off the western<br />

coast of Isla Bastimentos, Bocas del Toro, Panama” (2018). Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection.<br />

2945. https://digitalcollections.sit.edu/isp_collection/2945/<br />

RELATED EXPERIENCE<br />

Biology Intern, Utah State Crime Lab at the Dept. of Public Safety, SLC, UT June - August 2018<br />

• Fulfilled tasks regarding Project 3000 such as creating foil packs containing evidence from sexual assault<br />

cold cases in the Serology Lab for 11 years’ worth of evidence and scanning case files<br />

• Became familiar with chain of custody and the other lab sections (e.g. DNA, Latent Prints, Chemistry,<br />

Firearms)<br />

MEDLIFE Mobile Clinic Participant, MEDLIFE, Cusco, Peru January 2017<br />

• Shadowed local medical professionals to provide free medical treatments and preventative screening to<br />

communities lacking access to basic healthcare<br />

• Collaborated on a development project building eco-stoves to reduce smoke inhalation<br />

RESEARCH TECHNIQUES<br />

• Very familiar: belt transects, quadrats, mist netting, camera traps, point count, track casting, diversity<br />

indices, gel electrophoresis, PCR, sterile technique, TLC Analysis, column chromatography<br />

• Somewhat familiar: titration, plasmid isolation, E. coli transformation<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint, Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop<br />

• Familiar with RStudio, ArcGIS<br />

• Proficient in Spanish, verbal communication skills in Mandarin<br />

• PADI Open Water Diver Certification<br />

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

• Alumni Mentor, SIT Panama (2018-present)<br />

• Music Library Assistant, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA (2017-2019)<br />

• Operations Assistant, Stradivarius International Violin Competition, SLC, UT (2016)<br />

• Manager, Dairy Queen, Sandy, UT (2014-2016)


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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, California May 2019<br />

• Bachelor of Arts: Environmental Analysis: Sustainability and the Built Environment, Studio Art Minor<br />

• Thesis: From Cars to Complete Streets: Integrating Bicycles into Seattle’s Transportation Network<br />

• Cumulative GPA 3.85/4.00 with Honors in Major (magna cum laude)<br />

Danish Institute of Study Abroad, Copenhagen, Denmark January-May 2018<br />

• Relevant Courses: Architecture Foundations Studio, Sustainable by Design, Watercolor Painting<br />

Experience<br />

Communications Intern, International Living Future Institute, Seattle, WA<br />

Sept 2019-Present<br />

• Support ILFI’s mission of creating a regenerative and just urban environment through design, writing, &<br />

management of communication channels at a highly collaborative & fast-paced nonprofit.<br />

Communications Coordinator, Arbordoun Skin Care, Lopez Island, WA July – Sept 2019<br />

• Managed Instagram & designed business card, brochure, product labels, & fall advertisement.<br />

Digital Research Studio Fellow, The Claremont <strong>College</strong>s, Claremont CA Jan 2019—May 2019<br />

• Developed an ArcGIS application to showcase archival material from the San Antonio Flood of 1921.<br />

Electric Vehicle Readiness Intern, City Manager’s Office, Rancho Cucamonga, CA Dec 2018—May 2019<br />

• Developed an EV Readiness Plan through community outreach, data analysis, and ArcGIS mapping.<br />

TFH Coordinator, Tiernan Field House, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Sept 2015—Dec 2018<br />

• Trained & hired staff, supervised daily operations, proposed policy changes to TFH services.<br />

Programming, Marketing, & Teaching Assistant, Pratt Fine Arts Center, Seattle, WA June–Aug 2015—2018<br />

• Managed communications between admin, teachers, & students for 8 weeks of classes for 600+ teens. Wrote<br />

and designed a grant application for the National Endowment for the Arts.<br />

Marketing & Development Intern, Shunpike Arts Management, Seattle, WA May—Aug 2017<br />

• Designed digital & print marketing materials & assisted with planning the 2017 Artists of Color Expo.<br />

Leadership & Volunteer Experience<br />

President, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Food Recovery Network 2016-2019<br />

• Oversaw donations of 3,000+ lbs. per year of food to community orgs to promote food justice.<br />

Editor-in-Chief of The Sentinel, Nathan Hale High School 2013-2015<br />

• Led a team of 35 editors, writers, and layout designers in producing one issue per month.<br />

Crew Leader, the Student Conservation Association 2012-2014<br />

• Led crews of high school students in urban & rural habitat restoration projects throughout WA.<br />

Awards<br />

Susan Lautmann Hertel Memorial Art Scholarship, 2018 - <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Merit Scholarship<br />

Yunni & Maxine Pao Memorial Scholarship, 2016-17 - <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Merit Scholarship<br />

Stim Bullitt Civic Courage Scholarship, 2015 - Awarded by the Seattle Public Library Foundation<br />

Skills<br />

Adobe Creative Cloud, graphic design, WordPress, Biophilic Design, journalism, Salesforce Pardot, ArcGIS & ArcMap<br />

10.6, SketchUp, 2D art & illustrations, Microsoft Office Suite, Google Drive, French.


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EDUCATION<br />

HUMAN-CENTERED<br />

DESIGN, BA<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Claremont, CA | Spring <strong>2020</strong><br />

3.7 GPA | Dean’s List<br />

Relevant coursework includes:<br />

Human-Centered Design, User<br />

Interfaces and Experience, Field<br />

Methods in Anthropology, and<br />

Research Design in Psychology<br />

GRAPHIC DESIGN<br />

DIS Copenhagen<br />

Copenhagen, Denmark | Fall<br />

2018<br />

SKILLS<br />

DESIGN RESEARCH<br />

METHODS<br />

• Interviewing<br />

• Stakeholder Mapping<br />

PROTOTYPING<br />

• Basic Woodworking<br />

• UI Wireframing<br />

SOFTWARE<br />

• Adobe Creative Suite<br />

• Sketch<br />

• SketchUp<br />

• Proto.io<br />

OTHER SKILLS<br />

• Advanced German<br />

ONLINE<br />

PORTFOLIO<br />

meganrobalewski.com<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Student Staff, Visual Communications & Print Lab<br />

Proctor<br />

The Hive at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s | May 2018 - Present<br />

• Designed collaboratively with Hive (the Sontag Center for<br />

Collaborative Creativity) staff to more effectively<br />

communicate brand goals through the development of a<br />

brand book and visual language standards<br />

• Elevated design elements including the website, brochures,<br />

design assets, and social media guide<br />

• Led weekly screen printing workshops to guide students<br />

through projects including posters, wall hangings, and cards<br />

Research Assistant, HEAT Lab<br />

Harvey Mudd <strong>College</strong> | September 2019 - Present<br />

• Researched on a team of four students and one professor<br />

at HEAT (Human Experience & Agent Teamwork)<br />

Laboratory to expand on existing Multi-Agent Daisy<br />

Temporal Network (MAD-TN) model for human-robot<br />

cooperation<br />

• Managed experimental design for a study testing newly<br />

created metrics of fluency for a collaborative task<br />

• Refined and prototyped experimental setup, wording of<br />

questions for participants, and submission of IRB proposal<br />

Co-Founder & President<br />

5C Design for America | January 2018 - Present<br />

• Co-founded 5C chapter of Design for America (DFA), an<br />

international organization using design for social impact<br />

• Created instructional materials and facilitated workshops<br />

on design thinking, empathy in interviewing, and<br />

prototyping for chapter of 25 students in the Spring 2018<br />

semester<br />

• Participated in 2019 DFA National Summit at Northwestern<br />

University to develop design and leadership skills and<br />

strengthen chapter network<br />

• Spearheaded recruitment efforts for Fall 2019 semester<br />

and created cohesive brand identity for the chapter<br />

• Guided three teams in a design project in Fall 2019 to<br />

help <strong>Scripps</strong>’ Motley Coffeehouse become more inclusive


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, B.A. in Environmental Analysis Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Sustainability and the Built Environment track, Human Centered Design concentration<br />

Senior Thesis: Kibble Me This: The Scientific and Cultural Debate Surrounding Boutique, Exotic, and Grain-Free Canine Nutrition<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Course Curriculum Developer and Teacher’s Assistant<br />

June 2019 - Current<br />

Professor Shannon Randolph, Claremont, CA<br />

• Collaborated with a professor to create EA185 - Design for Environmental Behavior Change, a new course which<br />

merges principles from Environmental Analysis, Anthropology, and Human Centered Design<br />

• Developed course concept, structure, proposal, syllabus, grading system, and homework assignments<br />

• Will function as a TA for the course in Spring <strong>2020</strong> through classroom instruction, mentorship, and grading<br />

Interim Post-Baccalaureate Associate and Student Staff<br />

June 2018 – Current<br />

Rick and Susan Sontag Center for Collaborative Creativity (the Hive), Claremont, CA<br />

• Invent, organize, and lead workshops grounded in Human Centered Design<br />

• Manage calendar, website, internal communications, advertising, and other operations<br />

• Use the Design Thinking process to prototype alternative practices in areas including branding, signage, student<br />

staff onboarding, workshop variety, feedback forms, and meeting structure<br />

• Serve on the Steering Committee which facilitates adherence to our mission statement and strategic plan, selects<br />

recipients for student and faculty grants, and votes on policy changes<br />

Community Coordinator August 2018 – May 2019<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Residential Life, Claremont, CA<br />

• Promoted a thriving residential community at <strong>Scripps</strong> by planning and hosting weekly on-campus and off-campus<br />

events for students<br />

• Assisted with emergency drills, promoted safety procedures, and helped with crisis situations<br />

Summer Admission Intern May 2018 – August 2018<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Office of Admission, Claremont, CA<br />

• Led campus tours for prospective students and their families, college counselors, and philanthropic organizations<br />

• Co-lead information and Q&A sessions about <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, the college application process, and financial aid<br />

• Synthesized office projects including budgeting, mailing, marketing, and data management<br />

Meatless Mondays Intern January 2018 – May 2018<br />

Crossroads, Inc., Claremont, CA<br />

• Contributed to the non-profit’s missions of assisting formerly incarcerated women’s transition from prison to<br />

self-sufficiency<br />

• Cooked vegetarian meals with formerly incarcerated women using donations from local farmer’s market<br />

• Facilitated educational discussions about related topics including food justice, workers’ rights, the prisonindustrial<br />

complex, budgeting, meal preparation, pantry building, and reading nutrition labels<br />

Native Speaker Language Instructor June 2017 – July 2017<br />

Angloville, Poland and Slovakia<br />

• Taught English to students ages 10-18 through an intensive immersive English-language program<br />

• Organized and led language-learning activities such as games and skits as well as providing more formal<br />

instruction<br />

Other involvement includes sustainability work (<strong>Scripps</strong> Sustainability Coalition, Dining Hall Sustainability<br />

Committee, <strong>Scripps</strong> Scrapps, Pomona ReCoop), community service via Circle K International (voted most<br />

involved new member in division), and spiritual exploration (Hillel International, Buddhist Club, Mindfulness<br />

Club, Secular Student Alliance).


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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> — Claremont, California Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Politics; GPA 3.8/4.0<br />

Awards: Dean’s List Fall ’16, ’17, ‘18 Steele Foundation Scholarship for Academic Excellence ‘16, ’18, ‘19<br />

Activities: Editor of The Golden Antlers campus satirical magazine, Outdoor Wilderness Leadership backpacking<br />

leader, Volunteer Global Climate Action Summit, Residential Community Coordinator<br />

Professional Experience<br />

Environmental Defense Fund Summer 2018<br />

Research & Legislative Intern Climate & Energy Policy<br />

Washington DC<br />

• Co-authored internal report evaluating policies implemented by local, state, and private actors aiding coal<br />

workers and coal-reliant communities<br />

• Followed and critically compared fiscal year funding levels across Presidents Trump and Obama<br />

administrations proposed and enacted budgets for the EPA and DOE<br />

• Tracked congressional hearings, bills, and votes with special attention on amendments for funding packages<br />

US Senator Dianne Feinstein Summer 2018<br />

Legislative & Press Intern<br />

Washington DC<br />

• Researched and produced policy proposal on commercial scale energy storage for senior legislative staff<br />

• Tracked, researched, and analyzed past and pending carbon pricing legislation; attended on average 3<br />

briefings weekly, constructed informative memos on congressional briefings and hearings for Senator’s staff<br />

• Executed constituent correspondence including channeling hundreds of IQ letters weekly, while researching<br />

and writing issue-based direct response letters regarding land and water issues on behalf of the Senator<br />

California Governor’s Office of Planning and Research Summer 2018<br />

Public Policy Intern<br />

Sacramento CA<br />

• Produced policy research and comparative analysis for the following policy areas: floating offshore wind<br />

energy, the Indian Wells Water Valley Basin water use & economic impacts, and the Integrated Climate<br />

Adaptation and Resiliency Program while helping organize the Global Climate Action Summit<br />

• Facilitated project management for Smart Cities report, including researching, brainstorming, drafting and<br />

curating Smart Cities policy guidance document for California’s thousands of local governments<br />

Sam Jammal for Congress Fall 2017<br />

Field Organizer<br />

39 th House District, CA<br />

• Organize Claremont college students to canvass 4-hour shifts, knocking on hundreds of doors weekly<br />

• Researched federal and state environmental policy, prepared policy report with team of students and<br />

campaign staff<br />

Relevant Experience<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students Fall 2019–Spring <strong>2020</strong><br />

Student Government Sustainability Chair<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

• Voting member of student government executive board for funding proposals while acting as primary campus<br />

resource for sustainability at <strong>Scripps</strong> and the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

• Liaise between <strong>Scripps</strong> Environmental Clubs, <strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students, Green Living LLC, and<br />

Sustainability Committee organizing events relating to environmental justice including gardening workshops<br />

and carbon neutrality protests<br />

• Founding member 5C ReGen, institutionalizing an organizing coalition between environmental leaders on all<br />

five Claremont colleges


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Analysis, minor in Media Studies and Music<br />

o Thesis: Paraisong Nawala: Exploring Sustainable Ecotourism in the Philippines<br />

o Cumulative GPA: 4.0; Dean’s List, Fall 2016-Present<br />

• Relevant coursework: Applied Ecology and Conservation, Sustainable Built Environment,<br />

Digital Art and Management of Digital Identities, Climate Science and Human Behavior<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Office Assistant, <strong>Scripps</strong> Communities of Resources & Empowerment<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

January 2019-Present<br />

• Builds an inclusive community through social justice programming<br />

Resident Advisor/Community Coordinator, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Residential Life<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

August 2017-Present<br />

• Directs community outreach initiatives, serves hall community, enforces policies<br />

• Trained to respond to medical and campus emergencies and handle conflict resolution<br />

• Generates monthly inclusive programs focused on diversity, mental-health, and entertainment<br />

• Manages hall social media and outreach, publicizing and marketing events to students<br />

Glanville Music Library, Library Assistant<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

September 2016- Present<br />

• Aids students and faculty with musical material while maintaining an orderly library<br />

• Ushers and welcomes audience members for around 10 concerts throughout the year<br />

• Works at front desk, responds to calls and emails, managing secretarial duties<br />

Assistant Camp Director, Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanical Garden<br />

Arcadia, CA April 2019- August 2019<br />

• Directed and delegated counselors, keeping camp running smoothly with 50+ students per week<br />

• Assisted instructors with class materials, managing large age range of students (4-15)<br />

• Engaged with parents and children, providing a positive and educational nature experience<br />

Granada Correspondent, IES Abroad<br />

Granada, Spain August 2018-January 2019<br />

• Creatively documented abroad experience and represented IES Abroad on student blogs website,<br />

• Selected as Editor’s Choice and a featured correspondent on social media accounts<br />

Marketing/Community Outreach Intern, Eco Urban Gardens<br />

Los Angeles, CA, May 2018- August 2018<br />

• Created flyers, pamphlets, and social media graphics through Canva and Photoshop as well as<br />

social media outreach campaigns for grass roots marketing and website maintenance<br />

• Researched and attended marketing events, connecting with nonprofit organizations and<br />

increasing mailing lists and creating a more consistent social media presence<br />

• Landscaped on-site gardens at 2 schools with drought tolerance and sustainable goals in mind<br />

SKILLS<br />

Children’s Education ● Grassroots Marketing ● Nonprofit Organizations ● Community Outreach ●<br />

Spanish ● Sustainability ● Microsoft Office ● Google Suite ● Canva ● Social Media ● Photography ●


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Analysis, Society and Environment track<br />

● Dean’s List Fall and Spring 2018<br />

Gustolab International, Rome, Italy and Hanoi, Vietnam June 2019 August 2019<br />

Study abroad in Food Studies and Sustainability<br />

Vassar <strong>College</strong>, Poughkeepsie, NY December 2017<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies with foci in Political Science and Chemistry<br />

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE<br />

Senior Thesis<br />

Anti-colonial Foodways: Food sovereignty and neocolonialism in post-Katrina New Orleans<br />

● Interviewed 7 local participants in food sovereignty for an oral presentation, poster, and written thesis<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

Appetite, Outram, Singapore<br />

December 2019 – Present<br />

Remote Research Associate<br />

● Researched the cultural genealogies of ingredients, techniques, and technologies in order to compile a database of<br />

global food traditions<br />

● Developed research to be published on Appetite’s website and contribute to cooking philosophies at its parent<br />

restaurant, Nouri<br />

Louisiana Children’s Museum, New Orleans, LA March 2018 – May 2018<br />

Special Events Intern<br />

● Coordinated with approximately 15 committee members to design exhibits based on different cultural groups<br />

● Directed and organized approximately 100 volunteers to ensure efficiency in engagement of visitors during the<br />

Children’s World's Fair<br />

● Contacted food and supplies donors biweekly to stock exhibits<br />

Buffalo Exchange, New Orleans, LA March 2018 – August 2018<br />

Buyer<br />

● Assessed clothing from sellers based on quality, style, and marketability to price fairly and stock the store<br />

● Assisted team members and customers on the sales floor<br />

● Designed visuals such as mannequins and storefronts to meet company standards<br />

Tulane Institute on Water Resources Law & Policy, New Orleans, LA July 2017 - August 2017<br />

Intern<br />

● Analyzed historical invocations of citizens’ rights surrounding land expropriation near water bodies in order to<br />

establish a precedent for contemporary expropriation cases<br />

● Compiled a database of water lawyers in Louisiana to create a resource for people involved in water issues<br />

Cossich, Sumich, Parsiola & Taylor LLC, Belle Chasse, LA June 2016 - July 2016,<br />

Intern June 2017 - July 2017<br />

● Conducted research on AFFF purchases in Southern municipalities to establish evidence for water contamination<br />

cases<br />

● Summarized depositions to improve efficiency during the discovery phase of cases<br />

LEADERSHIP AND SKILLS<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Food Recovery Network, Co-President August 2019 – May <strong>2020</strong><br />

● Facilitated volunteer pickup of food from campus dining hall for delivery to local women’s organizations<br />

● Worked with dining hall managers to develop more sustainable practices involving food waste and usage of<br />

disposables<br />

Computer: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher), Adobe InDesign<br />

Language: Advanced proficiency in Spanish, elementary in Italian, elementary in Vietnamese


FINANCIAL SERVICES<br />

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FUNDRAISING/SALES<br />

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EDUCATION___________________________________________________________________________________<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Class of <strong>2020</strong> - Claremont, CA Economics Major – 3.6 GPA<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Senior Thesis entitled ‘Measuring the Impact of Elite <strong>College</strong> Spending on Student<br />

Debt’, Econometrics, Statistics, Intermediate Macro and Micro Economics, Financial Economics<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE___________________________________________________________________________<br />

Global Client Group Intern, 06/2019 to 08/2019<br />

Dimensional Fund Advisors – Charlotte, NC<br />

• Developed program and presentation that helped communicate the necessity, potential, and expected market<br />

return of environmentally and socially sustainable (ESG) mutual funds to institutions, financial advisors, and<br />

investors<br />

• Executed Microsoft Office Excel portfolio analyses of client mutual fund and index funds, helped manage calls<br />

and client meetings<br />

Finance & Product Development Intern, 06/2018 to 08/2018<br />

Shleep – Amsterdam, Netherlands<br />

• Worked in resource development research, financial planning, data analysis, database management for Shleep<br />

• Developed analysis template and dashboard for Shleep’s 50-part questionnaire, cutting analysis time by 80%<br />

Content and Business Development Intern, 06/2017 to 08/2017<br />

Spark Ventures – Chicago, Illinois<br />

• Assisted with Spark's finance management through data entry, grew social media pages 15% in two months,<br />

wrote press releases, planned events, designed marketing pieces including video editing, supported operational<br />

needs of company<br />

LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES____________________________________________________________________<br />

Admissions Ambassador 09/2017 to 12/2019<br />

• Supported <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> admission staff by guiding tours, creating programs for prospective families and<br />

students<br />

Editorial Team - Videographer and Webmaster, 12/2017 to Present<br />

The <strong>Scripps</strong> Voice (www.scrippsvoice.com) – Claremont, CA<br />

• Develop and design new newspaper website and rebranding of the newspaper; edit, create, and brainstorm<br />

content for school newspaper<br />

• Grew staff from 5 students to 15+ students in three months, and completely redesigned newspaper website to<br />

fit in with larger rebranding model, edited video content in iMovie and Final Cut Pro<br />

Chartered Financial Analyst Learners Program 06/2018 to 06/2019<br />

Girls Who Invest<br />

• In pursuit of CFA, sponsored and mentored by Girls Who Invest Program<br />

Student Representative - <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Board of Trustees, 09/2017 to 09/2018<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA<br />

• Worked directly with college officials to promote change, represents student needs and wants, gives financial<br />

counsel and advice in meetings on important issues related to the institution<br />

• Successfully allocated $50,000 towards student projects<br />

AWARDS & HONORS___________________________________________________________________________<br />

President Scholarship – <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Dean’s List 2018-Present<br />

Worth $68,000 merit-based aid towards tuition for four Awarded to students with a 3.66 GPA or higher<br />

years<br />

Intuit Sparkathon Finalist 2018<br />

Developed solution to minimize hiring bias in the<br />

workplace, placed within the top 5 of 30 teams<br />

Strauss Foundation Award Recipient 2019<br />

Awarded $15,000 to develop enrichment programs for<br />

homeless youth in Los Angeles


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Education<br />

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<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>: Claremont, CA Expected Graduation: May <strong>2020</strong><br />

B.A.: Economics & Science, Technology and Society GPA: 3.5/4.0<br />

Wharton School of UPenn: Fundamentals of Digital Marketing, Social Media, and E-Commerce Summer 2018<br />

Work Experience<br />

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SC Properties: San Mateo, California Summer 2019<br />

Sales Intern<br />

● Assisted with Accounts Payable/Receivable team by compiling tenants’ payments<br />

● Held open houses in San Francisco for prospective buyers<br />

● Construct real estate sale properties brochures to distribute to potential customers during open houses<br />

● Revamped and restructured AppFolio, a property management software to improve employee satisfaction<br />

Titus Wealth Management: San Mateo, California Summer 2018<br />

Intern<br />

● Reviewed and revised 350 pages of the company’s Code of Ethics to improve readability<br />

● Preformed biannual surveillance on over 500 customers’ accounts<br />

○ Surveillance included making sure the accounts were in line with their set goals<br />

The Tenacity Project: San Francisco, California Summer 2017<br />

Product and Marketing Intern<br />

● Led college recruitment and marketing by posting content on social media accounts including Snapchat,<br />

Instagram, and Facebook<br />

● Used Excel to compile information on coaches and facilities to improve user satisfaction<br />

● Create and post marketing materials such as videos and blog posts<br />

● Analyzed website to deliver design, UX, and software enhancement recommendations<br />

Fortress Investment Group: San Francisco, California Summer 2016<br />

Summer Analyst<br />

● Conducted market research and competitive analysis with the corporate security, intellectual property, and<br />

real estate group. Worked in the distressed debt group.<br />

● Everyday tasks included company and market research, writing investment memos, and assisting with<br />

client meetings, creating executive summaries of potential investments while performing extensive due<br />

diligence.<br />

● Used all Microsoft applications<br />

Activities<br />

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Member<br />

June 2017 – Present<br />

Claremont-Mudd-<strong>Scripps</strong> Women’s Lacrosse team<br />

● 3 time SCIAC champion, starting in 50 games. (30+hours a week)<br />

Resident Hall I.T; assist students with computer troubleshooting & programs (6 hours a week)<br />

CMS Games Management; assist with scoreboard and stats for bball and vball (5 hours a week)<br />

Other<br />

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Awards:<br />

Hearst Award; Thesis: The Role in Economic Development of the Banking and Finance Sector in Texas; 1905-<br />

1914 (45-page Economics Thesis, 200+ hours of research)<br />

Skills: Software tools: Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint), Bloomberg & Vanguard<br />

Language: Proficient in Spanish<br />

Interests: Yoga, surfing, skiing, running, chess, ceramics


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Expected Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Math at Harvey Mudd <strong>College</strong>, May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Cumulative GPA: 3.4<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Software Development, Discrete Mathematics, Number Theory &<br />

Cryptography, Computer Systems, Computability and Logic, Math Analysis I, Abstract Algebra<br />

I, Algorithms, Combinatorial Mathematics, Programming Languages, Data Science Ethics &<br />

Justice, Probability<br />

ACADEMIC PROJECTS<br />

Student Project Manager, Harvey Mudd Microsoft Clinic, Claremont, CA Fall 2019 - Present<br />

• Direct Harvey Mudd Microsoft Clinic team of four undergraduate students in eye tracking data<br />

research.<br />

• Foster relationships between liaisons at Microsoft and student-run team at Harvey Mudd<br />

<strong>College</strong>.<br />

• Distribute assignments to various team members, coordinate schedules and create agendas for<br />

meetings and monitor progress reports and deliverables.<br />

iOS App Development, Harvey Mudd <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Fall 2018<br />

• Developed an iOS music listening app on XCode in Swift that allows users to create a queue<br />

together and vote on each song to move songs up and down in queue with a team of five<br />

students.<br />

• Acted as team leader for the architecture of our iOS app and was responsible for dividing up<br />

team work and finalizing reports regarding the design of our iOS application.<br />

WORK & LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE<br />

CS Grader and Tutor, Claremont <strong>College</strong>s, Claremont, CA<br />

Spring 2019-present<br />

• Held tutoring sessions for 2-6 hours weekly for students from the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s in Intro to<br />

Computer Science.<br />

• Graded homework for Intro to Computer Science weekly and provided students with feedback.<br />

Research Assistant, PRiME Math Research, Claremont, CA Summer 2019<br />

• Mentored and supported undergraduate mathematics students conducting pure mathematical<br />

research for Dr. Edray Goins at Pomona <strong>College</strong>.<br />

• Updated professors daily on progress of research and aided professors with lecture and research<br />

planning.<br />

Engineering Intern, ACE Quality Control, Sacramento, CA Summer 2018<br />

• Went on site visits throughout Northern California and wrote full geotechnical and<br />

environmental engineering reports to be edited by senior engineer regarding environmental<br />

health and/or geographic quality of site.<br />

Waitress, Ichiban Sushi, Rocklin, CA Summer 2018<br />

• Waited tables part-time while interning full time at an engineering firm.<br />

Waitress, Menkoi Ya Ramen, Claremont, CA Spring 2018<br />

• Waited tables part-time while being a full time Computer Science/Mathematics student.<br />

SKILLS & AWARDS<br />

• Professional: C++, Python, Java, Racket, Swift, C, GitHub, Linux, Visual Studio Code, XCode<br />

• Personal: Native Japanese speaker, Proficient in Spanish<br />

• Classical piano studies: American Protégé International Piano Competition 2 nd place,<br />

performance at Carnegie Hall in Fall 2014.


Quinn K - INDUSTRY: Financial Services<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

BA: Economics and French May <strong>2020</strong><br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> - Claremont, CA<br />

GPA 11.084/12 (3.69 equivalent)<br />

• Dean's List 2016 - 2019<br />

• Recipient of the Dorothy Drake Scholarship for academic achievement<br />

• Questbridge <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Chapter Community Outreach Chair<br />

• Semester of French immersion courses at Sarah Lawrence <strong>College</strong> Paris Program<br />

• Coursework in Econometrics, Statistics, Behavioral Economics, Monetary and Financial Economics, and Macro/Micro Economic<br />

Theory<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Humanities Museum Assistant and Event Planner, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA 09/2016 to Present<br />

• Orchestrate planning and execution of 20 different events (large exhibit openings, panel discussions, poetry readings, and musical<br />

performances) for up to 100 attendees working closely with museum director and individual exhibit organizers<br />

• Managed logistical organization of <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Collector's Circle Gala (art auction) and conversed with trustees in attendance to<br />

advance fundraising by $50,000<br />

• Communicate and welcome visitors, speakers, and the public to the facility<br />

Global Capital Markets Summer Intern, Wilmington Trust N.A., affiliate of M&T Bank – New York, NY 06/2019 to<br />

08/2019<br />

• Conducted field research by individually interviewing 10 Client Associates, 20 Relationship Managers, and 3 C-Suite employees to<br />

assess target areas of improvement for decreasing risk associated with an internal process<br />

• Analyzed existing and gathered qualitative and quantitative data using Excel, created model and provided recommendations for<br />

optimal number of full-time employees necessary to mitigate risk<br />

• Developed a scenario-based exam for Client Associates and Relationship Mangers and sent out exam to over 30 employees to<br />

determine compliance with policies<br />

• Delivered a project collaborating with 30 individuals across account groups redesigning a complex internal process utilized by all of<br />

GCM<br />

• Provided solutions and recommendations through presentation of final deck to 50 GCM leadership team and upper management<br />

Core Program Assistant, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA 08/2018 to 05/2019<br />

• Aided Core Coordinator in organization and execution of the college's signature 3 semester interdisciplinary program for 250<br />

incoming students<br />

• Compiled and processed over 500 confidential assessments and identified target areas of improvement in Adobe Acrobat for the<br />

program from the given feedback<br />

• Scanned physical files into digital records to increase efficiency of access to over 1000 individual assessments<br />

Visual Resources Assistant <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA, 08/2017 to 05/2018<br />

• Organized and maintained extensive visual resource library of over 20,000 35mm slides<br />

• Managed digitization and physical cataloging tasks at once within a team environment as well as worked independently on specific<br />

digital projects for faculty<br />

• Researched art and artists for data entry within catalogue<br />

• Delivered acute Photoshop optimization of over 5,000 digital images for archiving purposes<br />

Chiropractic Assistant, Allied Chiropractic Center – Sun City, AZ 01/2012 to 01/2016<br />

• Oversaw insurance billing, collections, and scheduling for over 50 patients daily<br />

• Supported duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating 4 special medical equipment and<br />

apparatus<br />

• Obtained information about clients' medical history, drug history, complaints and allergies by administering an intake assessment 5<br />

times daily<br />

• Performed clerical duties, such as word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing to insure adherence to the patient<br />

schedule<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Proficient in Stata, Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Office Suite<br />

(Excel, PowerPoint, Visio) Clincpro<br />

• Experience working Six Sigma\ Lean<br />

• Advanced French language proficiency<br />

• Experience working with value stream mapping


Destiny L - INDUSTRY: Financial Services<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

BACHELOR OF ARTS Economics<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Claremont, CA | May 2019<br />

• Minored in Spanish<br />

• Thesis: The Effect of Welfare Work Requirements on TANF Recipients: Individual Employment and Economic<br />

Mobility<br />

• Coursework in Mirco & Macro Economics, Finance, Statistics, Calculus, and Spanish<br />

• Recipient of Little and Stuart Mackeown Scholarship<br />

• Dean's List Spring 2018<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

VIPER<br />

VIP Event Relations Lead | Los Angeles, CA | July 2019 - Current<br />

• Guest list Management and compilation via Excel and SevenRooms, lists ranging from small (ex. 100) to several<br />

thousands<br />

• Run efficient and effective door operations on site for event with post analysis and stats for client<br />

• Walk through, strategy meetings and planning with client leading up to event<br />

• Oversee onsite to ensure best EQ, use of correct verbiage, practice, and troubleshooting<br />

• Build and sustain solid partnerships and relationships with current and potential clientele through high level of<br />

professionalism, exceptional service and communication<br />

• Increased client satisfaction and repeat business through relentless pursuit of resolutions to problems arising from door<br />

operations, protecting company reputation and loyal client base<br />

• Negotiated agreements between employees to clarify misunderstood directions and resolve<br />

BECKMAN COULTER<br />

Accounting Coordinator | Brea, CA | July 2019 - December 2019<br />

• Managed government accounts and disputes<br />

• Processed average of 40-50 invoices on daily basis using Oracle and Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF), including<br />

accurate and efficient data entry in Excel<br />

• Maintained accurate documentation regarding accounts receivables in accordance with company policies and to ensure<br />

deadlines were met<br />

• Reached out to customers to ascertain reasons for past due accounts<br />

• Prepared and updated weekly account reports consisting of all payments and account status and disseminated<br />

information to appropriate management staff<br />

• Established key relationships with team members, management and customers through well-developed communication<br />

and interpersonal skills<br />

BAIRD<br />

Private Wealth Management Intern | Seattle, WA | July 2018 - August 2018<br />

• Developed, updated and maintained database of over 500 existing and potential clients in Customer Relationship<br />

Management (CRM) software<br />

• Assisted Financial Advisors in meeting preparation through wholistic client mapping, annual client books and reports<br />

• Analyzed and researched tax and savings plans and delivered presentation to firm<br />

• Leveraged knowledge of stock prices and industry trends to optimize investment options<br />

• Trained colleagues on Mindjet software for financial planning to maximize business and efficiency<br />

• Calculated stock prices and amount based on client accounts<br />

• Built relationships across firm through interpersonal skills, performance, and communication<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word<br />

• Spanish (Intermediate Proficiency)<br />

• Data compilation, interpretation and analysis<br />

• STATA - Data mining Software<br />

• Project Management and organization


Amanda W - INDUSTRY: Financial Services<br />

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JUNIOR MARKET RESEARCH ANALYST / ENTRY LEVEL<br />

<strong>College</strong> graduate (May, <strong>2020</strong>) with a degree in Economics and a minor in Computer Science. Excellent at performing market<br />

research and analyzing a company or product position within a given competitive landscape. Strong technology,<br />

mathematical and statistics skills with a collaborative workstyle and commitment to delivering high quality projects.<br />

KEY COMPETENCIES<br />

• Market Research / Data Analysis<br />

• Project Coordination / Collaboration<br />

• Press Releases / Writing / Product Descriptions<br />

• Statistics / STATA / R / Reporting<br />

• Programming / C++ / Python / Java<br />

• Data Analysis / Excel (Advanced) / PowerPoint<br />

• Mathematics / Calculations / LaTeX<br />

• Digital Marketing / Social Media / MailChimp<br />

• eCommerce / Shopify / Email Marketing<br />

• Data Tools / Orion BI / Voyager / CoStar / AXIO<br />

EDUCATION AND ATHLETICS<br />

B.A. Economics with a minor in Computer Science - <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> of the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s (<strong>2020</strong>, GPA 3.2)<br />

• Thesis: The effect Artificial Intelligence has on the labor force in the United States<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Business Law, Econometrics, Principles of Computer Science, Data Structures and Program<br />

Development, Data Science, Labor Economics<br />

• Member, Women’s Volleyball team (National Champions 2017, Conference Champions 2016 - 2019)<br />

• Athletic Awards – Two-Time All- American, Two-Time First-Team All-SCIAC, Four-Time SCIAC Offensive athlete of<br />

the week, voted MVP and Most Offensive Player by team<br />

• London School of Economics (Summer, 2018) - Behavioral Economics<br />

PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIPS<br />

Business Analyst Intern - Steadfast Companies Summer, 2019<br />

Hired to oversee major data projects including creating business intelligence dashboards and market surveys.<br />

• Cleaned data and customized an incidents report dashboard on Orion BI for the Risk Management team<br />

• Created market surveys in CoStar consisting of 5-10 comps for all Steadfast properties across the US<br />

• Collaborated extensively with COO and CIO to improve manual data retrieval process for property managers, with<br />

a projected savings of $100,000+ per year<br />

• Co-directed the capstone presentation from 8 Summer Interns describing accomplishments to C-level executives<br />

Marketing and Social Media Strategist - Milk & Eggs Summer, 2018<br />

Responsible for developing creative assets for local grocery delivery service startup in Los Angeles.<br />

• Wrote and issued press release about the social traction compared to competing companies<br />

• Created and wrote posts on Shopify and corporate website for new products<br />

• Reached out and corresponded with food influencers to solicit product ads and promotions<br />

• Compiled an ongoing weekly list of trending items, brands and ingredients to be part of the product mix<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Information Technology Intern - <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

1/2019 - present<br />

Provide desktop tech support for students, faculty and staff within the IT department. Perform extensive troubleshooting<br />

and monitor computers and printers in computer labs to ensure continuous functioning.<br />

• Coordinate check-outs of laptops and projectors to professors and clean hard drives upon return<br />

• Download and configure initial software and upgrades on all devices<br />

Computer Science Tutor and Grader - Harvey Mudd <strong>College</strong> 2017 - 2019<br />

Tutored computer science students individually and in small groups to ensure learning and retention.<br />

• Taught and communicated effectively to meet learning styles of each student<br />

• Graded tests and homework assignments each week<br />

• Collaborated with the Harvey Mudd Computer Science department to provide resources for students on campus


Lucy W - INDUSTRY: Financial Services<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

• Bachelor of Arts in Art Conservation, minor in Anthropology Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

o Cumulative GPA 3.81<br />

o Dean’s List: Fall 2016, Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Spring 2019, Fall 2019<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Assistant Head Manager, The Motley Coffeehouse<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA January 2019-December 2019<br />

• Oversaw payroll for 60 employees, managed $8,000 budget, oversaw sponsorship program<br />

• Worked daily with a team of 10 managers to uphold the mission statement of sustainable, fair, and<br />

feminist practices<br />

• Collaborated with the Head Manager, other executive team member, and <strong>Scripps</strong> administration to further<br />

sustainability goals and business ethics by implementing projects and conversations with the <strong>Scripps</strong><br />

community centering on the mission statement and financial goals<br />

• Participated in the renovation planning for summer <strong>2020</strong>, worked closely with <strong>Scripps</strong>, design firm to<br />

increase efficiency and effectiveness of the Motley space<br />

Registrar Intern, The Museum of Modern Art<br />

New York, NY June 2019-August 2019<br />

• Compiled condition report and installation binders to assist in expansion<br />

• Lead process of digitizing files in Box and Microsoft drives, streamlined file naming system, and<br />

archived files using Iron Mountain<br />

• Assisted in registrar work in gallery and outdoor sculpture installations and deinstallations<br />

• Trained in and worked extensively with The Museum System to create reports, update information, and<br />

locate objects<br />

Intern, Traditional Line<br />

New York, NY June 2018-August 2018<br />

• Practiced techniques related to historical building preservation, removing paint and fixing detailed,<br />

decorative wood pieces and laying out scope work for gilding at multiple locations<br />

• Developed system for supply organization and cleaned the office, while working on small tasks, such as<br />

shining hinges and nails, to increase efficiency of the company<br />

• Protected large rooms and areas when working in a construction site to prevent damage<br />

Paper Conservation Intern, Scott Gerson Conservation<br />

New York, NY May 2017-August 2017<br />

• Implemented various paper conservation techniques under the supervision of a paper conservator,<br />

including surface cleaning as well as adhesive removal<br />

• Overhauled material organization, while applying knowledge about tools used by conservators<br />

• Handled delicate art under direct supervision; unpacked and repacked art pieces<br />

ACTIVITIES<br />

Women’s Blue & White A Cappella Group, Social Director, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

September 2016-Present<br />

Claremont <strong>College</strong>s Joint Choir, Member, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> September 2016-May 2017, January 2019-May 2019<br />

SKILLS<br />

Experienced in Microsoft Office Suite, Mac platform, Google Suite, The Museum System (TMS)<br />

Language: Proficient in Italian (reading, writing, speaking)


Niyati N - INDUSTRY: Fundraising/Sales<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected Graduation: May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) from Pomona <strong>College</strong> GPA: 3.75<br />

Senior Thesis: The Economic Impact of Access to Reproductive Healthcare: A New Constitutional Argument<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Student Body President, Claremont, CA<br />

April 2019-Present<br />

• Manage and chair the <strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students (SAS) Board and create agendas for weekly meetings<br />

• Respond to the needs of students by acting as primary liaison between students, SAS and the administration<br />

SCRB Strategies, San Francisco, CA September 2019-December 2019<br />

Intern<br />

• Consolidated materials for press clips and drafted materials for campaign surrogates use<br />

• Conducted quantitative and qualitative background research for a variety of policy initiatives<br />

SGR Consulting, San Francisco, CA June 2019-August 2019<br />

Finance Intern<br />

• Obtained and consolidated donor research to create call sheets in anticipation of call times<br />

• Calculated donor contributions, updated event trackers & quarterly finance plans using NGP, NationBuilder &<br />

CampaignManager<br />

• Prepped and staffed events and call times for prominent California politicians<br />

• Drafted emails and scripts for follow-up fundraising efforts in anticipation of FEC deadlines<br />

• Researched campaign finance regulations to ensure compliance for clients through managing databases<br />

EMILY’s List, Washington, D.C. January 2019-May 2019<br />

Federal & Gubernatorial Campaigns Intern<br />

• Conducted donor research and made event calls for EMILY’s List candidates<br />

• Consolidated background research on candidates and opponents for senior management, including FEC filings<br />

• Compiled information regarding EMILY’s List candidates’ fundraising and voting records for endorsements<br />

• Managed Job Bank of more than 1500 resumes and update EMILY’s List job distribution list<br />

• Prepared and managed EMILY’s List Finance Training by facilitating three-day training for Finance Assistants<br />

• Aided with writing memos for high ranking staff members<br />

1947 Partition Archive, Berkeley, CA June 2018-August 2018<br />

Digital Archivist<br />

• Archived more than 130 stories of survivors of the 1947 India-Pakistan partition for an online database<br />

• Edited footage of 15+ interviews and created videos for digital distribution and publicity<br />

Lvovich & Szusko P.C, San Francisco, CA June 2017-August 2017<br />

Intern<br />

• Created indexes of all discovery materials (photographs, reports, audio recordings, emails, etc.)<br />

• Researched relevant case law and wrote memos for attorneys going to court for criminal matters<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Mock Trial Team, Claremont, CA<br />

August 2016-Present<br />

President & Captain<br />

• Plan curriculum to teach rules and objections to new team members<br />

• Assign, write and edit competition materials for whole team to compete against other colleges nationwide<br />

LEADERSHIP & AWARDS<br />

Junior Class President, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>. Claremont, CA May 2018-May 2019<br />

Student Representative, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Board of Trustees, Claremont, CA August 2017-May 2018<br />

Teaching Assistant, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA August 2017-December 2017<br />

Founder’s Award, Crystal Springs Uplands School, Hillsborough, CA June 2016<br />

SKILLS<br />

Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint), Google Suite, EMILY’s List Finance Training, Intermediate NGP,<br />

Intermediate Nation Builder, Intermediate Campaign Manager, AWS, Canva, Basic Photoshop, Basic Python


Eleanor S - INDUSTRY: Fundraising/Sales<br />

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Education<br />

Experience<br />

Scrips <strong>College</strong> Expected May <strong>2020</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Studio Art Major Spanish Minor<br />

Senior Thesis: Growing Through the <strong>Scripps</strong> Garden: A Field Study<br />

SIT Study Abroad Chile: Cultural Identity, Social Justice and Community Development<br />

December, 2018, Valparaíso, Chile<br />

Independent Research Project: La Apropiación de Arte Callejero<br />

Program Assistant - Project ArtStART, Claremont Museum of Art<br />

August 2019 - Present Day<br />

Mentor high school students to prepare them to teach art lessons to Claremont elementary<br />

schoolers.<br />

Facilitate leadership and team building exercises for high school students.<br />

Scholar in Action - Laspa Center for Leadership<br />

August 2017 - Present<br />

Organize and evaluate grants submitted by students.<br />

Plan events and coordinate programming by working with supervisors and the student body to<br />

provide relevant and useful events.<br />

Facilitate the relationship between the Laspa Center and the Leadership Learning Community, by<br />

organizing joint events, connecting residents with the Laspa Center, and creating a supportive<br />

community within the hall.<br />

Education Intern - Children's Creativity Museum<br />

May 2019 - August 2019<br />

Facilitated art-making workshops for ages 6-12, allowing students to learn unique skills in art and<br />

technology.<br />

Guided and educated visitors through museum spaces to provide excellent customer service and<br />

information about the museum.<br />

Sales Associate – Nordstrom<br />

May 2017 - August 2019<br />

Performed daily department tasks including stocking, creating merchandise displays, pricing<br />

markdowns, transferring merchandise, inventory control, and processing transactions.<br />

Achieved daily sales goal by cross selling, promoting additional products and service, and<br />

maintaining close client relationships.<br />

Field Coordinator – State Representative Ruth Kagi 2016 State Elections<br />

June 2016 - August 2016<br />

Organized and helped train canvassing groups to promote the candidate.<br />

Aided the Campaign Manager in data input and social media.<br />

Skills<br />

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Proficient in Excel, Word, IMovie, Photoshop and Adobe Premiere<br />

Proficient in Spanish<br />

Strong Leadership Skills - attended the 2019 Leadership Institute at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>


GOVERNMENT/PUBLIC POLICY<br />

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Talia B<br />

Maggie B<br />

Zoe CC<br />

Bergen C<br />

Sabrina C<br />

Tova C<br />

McKenzie D<br />

Julia G<br />

Camryn H<br />

Sarah H<br />

Alison J<br />

Mia K<br />

Dena K<br />

Anna LR<br />

Eleanor M<br />

Niyati N<br />

Vera S<br />

Maggie T<br />

Maddie W<br />

If you would like for <strong>Scripps</strong> Career Planning & Resources to reach out to any of these<br />

students on your behalf, please fill out this hyperlinked Contact Request Form.


Francesca B - INDUSTRY: Government/Public Policy<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA May 2019<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy Cum Laude GPA 3.8<br />

• Thesis: Higher-Order Thought and Borderline Cases of Consciousness: Objection to HOT<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Hunger Intervention Program<br />

October 2019-present<br />

AmeriCorps Member, Food Security and Nutrition Program Coordinator<br />

• Coordinated the Healthy HIP Pack Program by facilitating school partnerships, organizing volunteer<br />

events and tracking inventory<br />

• Redesigned and improved the contents of the Health HIP Packs in order to lower sodium and added sugar<br />

in the pack<br />

• Facilitated nutrition/cooking classes for elementary school students in after school programs and<br />

enrichment programs, which involved creating class agendas, instructing classes of 10-15 students, and<br />

implementing data collection surveys to monitor behavioral change in their healthy eating habits<br />

• Assisted with fundraising and donor outreach<br />

The Humane League August 2018 – August 2019<br />

Grassroots Outreach Intern<br />

• Organized a protest for the 88% McDonald’s campaign, which urges McDonald’s to update their welfare<br />

policy for broiler chickens<br />

• Drafted letters to the editor on McDonald’s business model and the consumer demand for higher welfare<br />

standards for farm animals<br />

• Conducted research to update Humane Education presentations on climate change and the animal<br />

agriculture industry<br />

• Managed an outreach table at OC VegFest to raise awareness on Prop 12 and assist people with iAnimal<br />

virtual reality headsets<br />

The Motley Coffeehouse<br />

Barista September 2015 – May 2019<br />

• Maintained a high level of consistency and customer service while performing barista duties including<br />

drink making, stocking, register, and knowledge of inventory and policies.<br />

• Performed general cleaning and maintenance of the space, including a bi-yearly deep clean<br />

• Generated ideas to help align the space with our mission statement, such as exhibiting student art on the<br />

walls and promoting sustainable product chains<br />

• Participated in a products committee conducting research on the sustainable and ethical sourcing of the<br />

companies The Motley purchases from<br />

LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES<br />

• Co-leader, 5C Students for Animals, Claremont, CA<br />

o Recruited members, delegated tasks according to member interest, organized cooking and<br />

outreach events<br />

• Content Editor, [In]visible Magazine, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

o Edited submissions, attended bi-monthly meetings, crafted my own submissions, facilitated<br />

outreach at club fairs<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Languages: Spanish (Advanced), French (Intermediate)<br />

• Certifications: Food Handler’s Certification


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Writing and Rhetoric with a minor in Politics<br />

Cumulative GPA— 3.8, Dean’s List All Semesters<br />

Thesis—Do as I say: A Rhetorical Analysis of Public High School Mission Statements in California<br />

Related Coursework: Writing Op-ed, Social Action Writing & Rhetoric, International Political Journalism, Politics<br />

of Journalism, Writing about Justice in Politics, Political Theory, Autism Spectrum Seminar, Public School<br />

Teaching<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

Print Edition Editor, Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy, Claremont, CA April 2019 to Present<br />

• Provide editorial support and direction to staff and guest writers<br />

• Collaborate with other executive board members in content selection<br />

Tutor, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Writing Center, Claremont, CA<br />

August 2018 to Present<br />

• Assist students in all aspects of the writing process from brainstorming to fine-tuning<br />

• Engage students by creating surveys to better understand community needs, managing the Writing<br />

Center’s Facebook page, and increase the utility of the Writing Center as a study space<br />

Development Intern, Red Hen Press, Pasadena, CA May 2019 to August 2019<br />

• Researched interests and finances of potential donors<br />

• Identified dozens of relevant grant opportunities through online search tools<br />

• Composed ten grant applications<br />

• Executed large-scale mailings to donors and partner foundations<br />

Congressional Campaign Intern, Bend the Arc, Los Angeles, CA August 2018 to November 2018<br />

• Built coalitions with Jewish and progressive organizations in Orange County<br />

• Recruited volunteers through targeted email, texting, and phone banking campaigns<br />

• Led canvassing efforts<br />

Event Staff Intern, Foundation for Jewish Camp, Waynesboro, PA October 2017 to May 2018<br />

• Assisted faculty in designing six workshops on teaching social justice concepts to children and teenagers<br />

• Planned and executed logistics for a four-day conference with 300+ attendees and 30+ faculty members<br />

Director of Camper Care, Camp JCA Shalom, Los Angeles, CA<br />

June 2018 to August <strong>2020</strong> (Seasonal)<br />

• Directs counselors and supervisors in caring for 700+ campers over two months<br />

• Communicate with parents and guardians via phone and email to arrange logistics, provide updates on<br />

camper wellness, and work through emotional or behavioral problems that may arise<br />

• Design and lead two-week training in resolving conflicts using restorative practices, creating healthy cabin<br />

dynamics, caring for campers’ physical and emotional health and safety for 100+ supervisors and<br />

counselors<br />

• Provide support for campers with developmental/psychological disabilities or additional medical needs<br />

• Supervise and train the Camper Care Team, consisting of two coordinators<br />

Program Assistant/Staff Care Coordinator, Camp JCA Shalom, Los Angeles, CA June 2017 to August 2017<br />

• Planned and executed programs focusing on community building, leadership development, and self-care<br />

for 300+ children and adults<br />

• Coordinated transportation, housing, and worker documentation for international staff members<br />

• Created scheduling for 100+ staff members<br />

Administrative Assistant, Adat Ari El Synagogue, Los Angeles, CA January 2016 to May 2016<br />

• Managed website, Twitter, and Facebook accounts increasing followers and engagement<br />

• Performed clerical duties including filing, sorting mail, intra-office memos, answering phones, and general<br />

office organization<br />

ACTIVITIES AND SKILLS<br />

Leadership Experience: <strong>Scripps</strong> Kehillah Social Justice Chair (2017-2018)/Programming Manager (2018-<br />

2019)/President (2019-<strong>2020</strong>); <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Mock Trial Secretary (2018-2019)/Treasurer (2019-<strong>2020</strong>); Bend<br />

the Arc: Jewish Action Volunteer (2018-Present); Food Forward Intern (2016-2017)<br />

Language Proficiency: Basic conversational and written Spanish; Basic conversational and written Hebrew<br />

Skills: Microsoft Office Suite, Google Suite, social media management, cold calling, grant writing, donor research,<br />

canvassing


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Classical Studies<br />

• Thesis: Embodiment of Power: Representations of Women in Relief Panels from the Sebasteion at<br />

Aphrodisias as Personifications of Roman Imperial Influence<br />

American University, Washington, D.C. Jan 2019 – May 2019<br />

Washington Semester Program<br />

• Coursework: U.S. Politics and Policy, Human Development and Global Issues, Effective Activism<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Scholar in Action, Laspa Center for Leadership, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Sept. 2018 – Dec 2018, Sept 2019 – Present<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

• Developed, marketed, moderated, and facilitated programming to foster sustainable and impactful leadership<br />

among the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> community<br />

• Collaborated with team members to found and lead the Laspa Center for Leadership’s Civic Engagement<br />

Initiative to educate and empower community members regarding civic engagement<br />

Intern/Interim Staff Assistant, United States House of Representatives May 2019 – Aug 2019<br />

Washington, D.C<br />

• Supported administrative functions of the office by sorting mail, answering phones, processing tour and flag<br />

requests<br />

• Supported legislative functions of the office by compiling legislative and press materials and attending<br />

briefings<br />

Public Policy Intern, National Network for Youth, Washington, D.C. Feb 2019 – April 2019<br />

• Research and draft reports and publications regarding policy issues<br />

• Maintain congressional, clientele, and communications databases<br />

• Attend and assist in preparing for meetings with coalitions and members of Congress<br />

Field Organizer and Intern, Polis for Colorado, Grand Junction, CO May 2018 – June 2018<br />

• Called 250-300 voters and recruited approximately eight volunteers per day<br />

• Visited homes and talked with voters about Democratic candidate for governor of Colorado<br />

ACTIVITIES<br />

Digital Content Writer, Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy, Claremont, CA Sept 2019 – Present<br />

• Research and write articles of approximately 800 words exploring public policy issues<br />

• Collaborate with editor to publish articles on Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy online blog<br />

Co-President, <strong>Scripps</strong> Politics Association, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Sept 2018 – Present<br />

• Develop and implement events to facilitate network and resource building for the <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> politics<br />

community<br />

• Collaborate with Co-President to prepare for and lead meetings and events, manage budget, and recruit new<br />

members<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Mock Trial, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Sept 2018 – Present<br />

• Collaborate with team members to prepare and present collegiate mock trial cases in competitive tournaments<br />

VOLUNTEER WORK<br />

Mirror Memoirs, Los Angeles, CA March 2017 – May 2017<br />

• Supported the mission of Mirror Memoirs oral history project by transcribing an interview<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Computer including proficiency in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, G-Suite, WordPress, Canva<br />

• Social media marketing including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter


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Education___________________________________________________________________________<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Minor in Spanish Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Cumulative GPA 3.95; Dean’s List, Fall 2016 - Present<br />

Thesis – “The Roles of Regulations, Owners, and Social Responsibility in Small Business<br />

Environmental Sustainability"<br />

Hamilton <strong>College</strong> Academic Semester in Spain, Madrid, Spain January-May 2019<br />

Immersion program; coursework in sociology, literature, and art<br />

Experience__________________________________________________________________________<br />

Visitor Program Intern, World Affairs Council of Kentucky, Louisville, KY May 2019-August 2019<br />

• Prepared and administered professional and cultural exchanges between American and foreign<br />

professionals from 20+ countries<br />

• Researched regional resources in drug rehabilitation, interfaith collaborations, and entrepreneurship<br />

to produce visit proposals for international visitors<br />

Camp Program Aide and Volunteer, Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana, Brooks, KY Summers 2014-2019<br />

• Assisted 12 young girls in camp activities including fishing, outdoor cooking, and singing<br />

• Demonstrated leadership skills while guiding scouts and adult volunteers around camp<br />

Program Assistant Intern, Backside Learning Center, Louisville, KY May 2018-August 2018<br />

• Developed lesson plans and taught English to 18 adult students to improve their communication<br />

skills and cultural knowledge<br />

• Designed infographics and crafted grant application components to apply for multi-thousand-dollar<br />

grants<br />

Peer Mentor, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> New Student Program, Claremont, CA August 2017-May 2018<br />

• Aided 8 first-year students in their transition to college by guiding orientation activities<br />

• Supported first-year students by serving as an academic and social resource<br />

Shift Leader, Homemade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen, Louisville, KY June 2017-August 2017<br />

• Managed the cash drawer and safe to ensure accurate transactions<br />

• Delegated tasks to approximately 3 store clerks to provide exceptional customer service<br />

Awards and Honors__________________________________________________________________<br />

Sigma Delta Pi (National Spanish Honor society), Epsilon Zeta chapter November 2019-present<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Summer Internship Grant ($2,000) 2018 & 2019<br />

Trustee Scholarship ($17,000 annually)<br />

National Merit Finalist Scholarship ($2,000 annually)<br />

Activities and Skills___________________________________________________________________<br />

Sociology Department Liaison September 2018-December 2018 & September 2019-present<br />

Information Technology student employee<br />

September 2019-present<br />

Junior Fellow, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Humanities Institute September 2017-December 2017<br />

Pole vaulter for the Claremont-Mudd-<strong>Scripps</strong> NCAA DIII track team January-May 2017 & 2018<br />

Language: Proficient in written and oral Spanish<br />

Technical: Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Google Suite, and WordPress


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EDUCATION___________________________________________________________________________________<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Class of <strong>2020</strong> - Claremont, CA Economics Major – 3.6 GPA<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Senior Thesis entitled ‘Measuring the Impact of Elite <strong>College</strong> Spending on Student<br />

Debt’, Econometrics, Statistics, Intermediate Macro and Micro Economics, Financial Economics<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE___________________________________________________________________________<br />

Global Client Group Intern, 06/2019 to 08/2019<br />

Dimensional Fund Advisors – Charlotte, NC<br />

• Developed program and presentation that helped communicate the necessity, potential, and expected market<br />

return of environmentally and socially sustainable (ESG) mutual funds to institutions, financial advisors, and<br />

investors<br />

• Executed Microsoft Office Excel portfolio analyses of client mutual fund and index funds, helped manage calls<br />

and client meetings<br />

Finance & Product Development Intern, 06/2018 to 08/2018<br />

Shleep – Amsterdam, Netherlands<br />

• Worked in resource development research, financial planning, data analysis, database management for Shleep<br />

• Developed analysis template and dashboard for Shleep’s 50-part questionnaire, cutting analysis time by 80%<br />

Content and Business Development Intern, 06/2017 to 08/2017<br />

Spark Ventures – Chicago, Illinois<br />

• Assisted with Spark's finance management through data entry, grew social media pages 15% in two months,<br />

wrote press releases, planned events, designed marketing pieces including video editing, supported operational<br />

needs of company<br />

LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES____________________________________________________________________<br />

Admissions Ambassador 09/2017 to 12/2019<br />

• Supported <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> admission staff by guiding tours, creating programs for prospective families and<br />

students<br />

Editorial Team - Videographer and Webmaster, 12/2017 to Present<br />

The <strong>Scripps</strong> Voice (www.scrippsvoice.com) – Claremont, CA<br />

• Develop and design new newspaper website and rebranding of the newspaper; edit, create, and brainstorm<br />

content for school newspaper<br />

• Grew staff from 5 students to 15+ students in three months, and completely redesigned newspaper website to<br />

fit in with larger rebranding model, edited video content in iMovie and Final Cut Pro<br />

Chartered Financial Analyst Learners Program 06/2018 to 06/2019<br />

Girls Who Invest<br />

• In pursuit of CFA, sponsored and mentored by Girls Who Invest Program<br />

Student Representative - <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Board of Trustees, 09/2017 to 09/2018<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA<br />

• Worked directly with college officials to promote change, represents student needs and wants, gives financial<br />

counsel and advice in meetings on important issues related to the institution<br />

• Successfully allocated $50,000 towards student projects<br />

AWARDS & HONORS___________________________________________________________________________<br />

President Scholarship – <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Dean’s List 2018-Present<br />

Worth $68,000 merit-based aid towards tuition for four Awarded to students with a 3.66 GPA or higher<br />

years<br />

Intuit Sparkathon Finalist 2018<br />

Developed solution to minimize hiring bias in the<br />

workplace, placed within the top 5 of 30 teams<br />

Strauss Foundation Award Recipient 2019<br />

Awarded $15,000 to develop enrichment programs for<br />

homeless youth in Los Angeles


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont McKenna <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Politics Minor<br />

GPA: 3.54<br />

• Senior Thesis: “Impact of 90’s Technology Boom on Energy Consumption by State”<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Econometrics, Accounting, Women & Public Policy, Computer Science<br />

• Awards: Robert Day Scholar, Pomona Ventures Sage Tank Runner Up, International Business Ethics &<br />

Sustainability Case Competition (First Place), Bill & Melinda Gates Investment Competition (First Place)<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Student Investment Fund – Claremont, CA<br />

Sep 2016 – Present<br />

President<br />

• Present investment pitches to a 15-person student fund and vote on prospective investments to manage a $350,000<br />

portfolio of stocks, bonds, and ETFs<br />

• Prepare investment pitches including valuation, sensitivity, and cash flow statement analyses using Bloomberg,<br />

Excel, and PowerPoint<br />

Loop (TerraCycle) – Trenton, NJ Jun 2019 – Aug 2019<br />

Global Business Development Intern<br />

• Presented a multi-stage research project showcasing Loop’s circular economy solution for single-use packaging<br />

• Researched and developed implementation strategies for B2B opportunities in airline and hotel amenity industries<br />

• Led conversations on innovation projects for largest e-commerce grocer and sixth largest American airline<br />

• Developed multiple international brand case studies to support the European team<br />

• Prepared resources for CEO, and Vice President of Global Business Development<br />

Text Met Tampons – Claremont, CA Jan 2019 – Jul 2019<br />

CEO & Co-founder<br />

• Developed business plan and app prototypes providing period care to 3,500 students at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

• Manage, coordinate, and recruit brand ambassadors to implement delivery service in preparation for launch<br />

• Created pitch deck and won second place and audience award at Pomona Ventures pitch competition in May 2019<br />

Office of Speaker Nancy Pelosi – Washington, D.C Aug 2018 – Dec 2018<br />

Democratic Cloakroom Intern<br />

• Ensured representatives and their offices were informed of voting and the day’s schedule, learning strategy of<br />

whipping votes<br />

• Curried and recorded hundreds of bills, co-sponsorships, extension of remarks to the hopper on the House Floor<br />

• Organized and worked with all 197 Democratic Representatives to assist and ensure each member voted<br />

1871 – Chicago, IL<br />

Programming and Engagement Intern Jun 2018 – Aug 2018<br />

• Interviewed over 70-member company founders within co-working space to gain insight on 1871’s programs<br />

• Operated and managed a complex Customer Relationship Management editing over 400 mentor biographies<br />

• Attended 25 different workshops and educational sessions to learn more about entrepreneurship and technology<br />

LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES<br />

Student Assistant – Dean of Students – <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Student Representative – Board of Trustees – <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

ESL Leader – 5C Refugee Advocacy Network – Claremont, CA<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Languages: Mandarin Chinese (Basic), Arabic (Intermediate)<br />

• Technical: Java, Python, Stata, Adobe Suite, Excel, ANOVA, Canva, HighRise, LinkedIn, Social Media<br />

• Certifications: Teal Dot Bystander Intervention, LASPA Leadership Institute Certification<br />

2019 – Present<br />

2017 – Present<br />

2016 – Present


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Education:<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, Minor in Psychology and German Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Claremont, CA<br />

• GPA: 11.01/12.00, Dean’s List Fall 2016, Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018, Fall 2019<br />

• Senior Thesis: The Psychology behind John Calvin’s Original Sin: Fear as Reverence, Shame as God’s Grace<br />

IES Abroad Berlin Spring 2019<br />

Berlin, Germany<br />

Crossroads <strong>College</strong> Preparatory School May 2016<br />

St. Louis, MO<br />

• GPA: 4.13/4.00<br />

Relevant Coursework: Philosophy of Law, Philosophy of Religion, Christianity & Politics in East Asia, Philosophy of<br />

Race, Post Holocaust Theory, Clinical Neuropsychology, Abnormal Psychology<br />

Experience:<br />

Group Member, Claremont Hillel Fall 2019<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

• Organized volunteer and local charity events in concurrence with Jewish values<br />

• Built a strong relationship with local NGO, AbilityFirst, and assisted in their annual charity event<br />

Intern, Moabit Hilft Summer 2019<br />

Berlin, Germany<br />

• Taught ~15 Syrian, Afghan, Iranian, and Turkish refugees German and English daily for 6 weeks<br />

• Helped disadvantaged populations find jobs and apartments in Berlin area by drafting letters to employers/landlords<br />

in German, explaining their needs, skills, and situations<br />

• Sorted through ~6 large boxes of donated goods per day before displaying items on showroom floor<br />

• Actively helped ~30 customers per day find their desired item/size between the hours of 10am-5pm<br />

Group Leader, <strong>Scripps</strong> Kehillah Fall 2017—Fall 2018<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

• Started a Jewish dialogue group with 4 other women at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> that met biweekly<br />

Intern, The Women’s Foundation of Greater St. Louis Summer 2018<br />

St. Louis, MO<br />

• Researched MO minimum wage and gender wage gap along with their impacts on women and minorities in the<br />

workplace to educate the masses and garner support for equal pay and treatment of all peoples in the workplace<br />

• Took meeting minutes, managed all social media platforms, and hosted gala events, expanding our following and<br />

spreading awareness about the gender wage disparity<br />

Teacher, JDC Entwine Multi-Week Program Summer 2017<br />

Tel Aviv, Israel<br />

• Taught 20 immigrant children ages 3-6 Hebrew and English, daily for 7 weeks<br />

• Designed lesson plans and games to both sustain the children’s attention and create excitement to learn<br />

Intern, Nathan S. Cohen Law Firm Summer 2016, 2018<br />

St. Louis, MO<br />

• Attended court with Attorney Cohen 3x/week, write notes during trial and organize pertinent documents and<br />

evidence<br />

• Filed and e-filed over 600 documents, read case briefs, sat in on ~5 depositions, engaged in legal research on<br />

Casenet<br />

Assistant Coach, Girls on the Run at Forsyth School Spring 2016<br />

St. Louis, MO<br />

• Organized 5k runs with girls in grades 3-6 at Forsyth Elementary<br />

• Created team-building activities and lesson plans to engage them in body-positive and self-acceptance training<br />

Assistant Sunday School Teacher, Central Reform Congregation 2010-2015<br />

St. Louis, MO<br />

• Taught ~8 Pre-K students Hebrew, Judaic Studies, and the importance of community service every Saturday<br />

morning<br />

Skills & Awards<br />

• Proficient in German, with working knowledge in French and Hebrew<br />

• Skilled in Microsoft Word, Box, PowerPoint, Canva, eTapestry database, SurveyMonkey


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> • Claremont, CA • Bachelor of Arts 2019 • Cum Laude • Major in Politics<br />

• Student Athletic Advisory Committee: Nominated Committee Member, 2015-2017<br />

• NCAA Cross Country and Track and Field: Varsity Athlete, 2015-2019<br />

• Undergraduate Research and Honors Thesis: Conducted original interviews for thesis on political movement, 2018-<br />

2019<br />

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE<br />

Legal Intern • JOHNSON GRAFFE KEAY MONIZ & WICK LLP • Seattle, WA 7/2019 – 8/2019<br />

• Conducted legal research for medical malpractice cases<br />

• Created thorough reports and summaries of court records and discovery materials<br />

Interviewer • PRIVATE EMPLOYER • Palm Springs, CA 1/2019 – 5/2019<br />

• Hired by Claremont <strong>College</strong>s’ alum to conduct in-depth interviews of a family member<br />

• Transcribed and evaluated content of interviews for short biography for the family’s keeping<br />

Publisher & Design Editor • CLAREMONT INDEPENDENT • Claremont, CA 8/2017 – 5/2019<br />

• Independently created print magazine to distribute to potential donors and alumni, leading to contributions<br />

• Wrote opinion editorial that was featured by national outlets and resulted in live televised appearance<br />

• Designed logo on Photoshop for publication’s website and Facebook with 45k likes<br />

Development Apprentice • WASHINGTON POLICY CENTER • Seattle, WA 6/2018 – 8/2018<br />

• Worked on direct mail, wrote letters to donors, and created informational materials<br />

• Interviewed board members and supporters to feature their stories on think-tank website<br />

• Organized and managed events with distinguished speakers, including the Secretary of Defense<br />

Congressional Intern • CHAIRWOMAN MCMORRIS RODGERS • Washington, DC 6/2017 – 8/2017<br />

• Facilitated community outreach & PR to constituency through phone calls, letters, and social media<br />

• Drafted and researched over 100 form letters on current legislation<br />

• Attended briefings, worked on research projects for policy staffers, and led Capitol tours<br />

Editorial & Production Intern • KIRO RADIO • Seattle, WA 6/2016 – 8/2016<br />

• Researched local news and wrote newscasts to air on KIRO, the most listened to talk radio in Seattle<br />

• Conducted a wide range of phone and in-person interviews, from sports teams to government figures<br />

• Wrote, voiced, and produced radio-style piece of interview with Congressman Dave Reichert on policing and<br />

community<br />

Volunteer Tutor • UNCOMMON GOOD • Claremont, CA 10/2016 – 1/2019<br />

• Paired with one local low-income student as tutor; aided in homework and created study materials<br />

• Acted as role model and support system for student; helped encourage good study habits to stay on track in school<br />

RELATED SKILLS & INTERESTS<br />

• Proficient in Spanish Language; Elementary French<br />

• Proficient in Stata Software and Adobe Suite<br />

• Hobbies include horseback riding, hiking, volleyball, running, guitar, and reading non-fiction and news


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in American Studies, minor in Dance, GPA: 3.89/4.0<br />

Honors Thesis: “Performing Power: Black Modern Dance and the Cold War”<br />

Awards: Presidential Merit Scholarship, Dean’s List Fall 2016 – Current, Summer Internship Grants in 2018 and 2019<br />

DIS Semester Abroad, Urban Studies Program, Copenhagen, Denmark Aug.—Dec. 2018<br />

WORK EXPERIENCE<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Office of Public Engagement—Programs Intern, Claremont, CA Aug. 2019—Present<br />

• Assists with programming for <strong>Scripps</strong> Presents, an interdisciplinary speaker series for the Claremont<br />

<strong>College</strong>s<br />

• Creates invitations and manages RSVP's using Mailchimp, Formstack, and Eventbrite<br />

• Supports and participates in large-scale private events such as Commencement, Alumni Weekend,<br />

and Inauguration<br />

John Howard Association of Illinois—Research Intern, Chicago, IL June—Aug. 2019<br />

• Conducted issue-based research on Illinois prison system and policy to contribute to public press releases<br />

• Visited 3 Illinois correctional facilities and spoke with incarcerated people about their experiences to<br />

contribute to public knowledge on prison conditions<br />

Art Connects New York—Exhibitions & Programs Intern, New York, NY May—Aug. 2018<br />

• Visited, assessed, and updated past art exhibitions at various public service agencies around NYC<br />

• Developed arts education program with 2 museum visits for 75+ residents at Robert Fulton Public<br />

Housing Complex<br />

• Archived past exhibitions by creating catalogues with updated artist biographies and photographs<br />

• Corresponded with board members regarding the Summer 2018 Fundraising Gala<br />

FLAG Art Foundation—Curatorial Intern, New York, NY May—Aug. 2018<br />

• Researched artists for future Fall 2018 FLAG exhibition and presented findings to senior curators<br />

• Transcribed interviews, edited copy, and identified images for FLAG’s 10th Anniversary Catalogue<br />

• Managed gallery space and interacted with visitors by engaging in conversations about the exhibitions<br />

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE<br />

The Balcony Gallery—Board Member & Curator, Claremont, CA<br />

Aug. 2017—Present<br />

• Develop themes and prompts for student art exhibitions<br />

• Curate student art submissions to be displayed on campus 3 times per semester<br />

• Write funding proposals for supplies and hosting speakers<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Dance Department—Student Liaison, Claremont, CA Aug. 2016—Present<br />

• Choreograph for and assistant direct the annual student showcase, In the Works<br />

• Chosen to perform at American <strong>College</strong> Dance Association Festival during Spring 2017 and Spring <strong>2020</strong><br />

Oral History Summer Workshop—Oral Historian, Hudson, NY June 2019<br />

• Selected for rigorous oral history program on the use of oral history as an ethical interview practice<br />

• Conducted oral histories with Hudson community members added to an archive of stories to combat<br />

recent gentrification<br />

The Student Life Newspaper—Life & Style Writer, Claremont CA Jan. 2019—Aug. 2019<br />

• Pitched and wrote 1000-word stories bi-weekly for the Life & Style section of the student newspaper<br />

Prototypes Women’s Center—Tutor, Pomona, CA Aug. 2016—May 2018<br />

• Tutored a group of 20 women living in residential treatment program in Math, English, and Science to<br />

pass the GED test<br />

ADDITIONAL SKILLS: Proficient in Spanish, HTML/CSS, Adobe InDesign, Film Photography, Microsoft<br />

Office Suite, Mailchimp, Eventbrite, WordPress, Audacity


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics Cumulative GPA: 3.69/4.0<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Dean’s List Fall 2016 – Spring 2018<br />

Budapest Semesters in Mathematics<br />

Budapest, Hungary<br />

Study Abroad Program Spring 2019<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

Teachers Assistant <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

August 2019 – Present<br />

• Graded 25 students’ homework every week for Number Theory and Cryptography course<br />

Outdoor Wilderness Leadership <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Manager, Claremont, CA January 2018 – Present<br />

• Organize and lead student hikes, camping and backpacking trips in state and national parks<br />

• Hired six new employees and responsible for payroll for ten employees<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Art Department, Claremont, CA<br />

• Assistant duties including mail delivery and pick up, setting up art shows<br />

September 2016 – Present<br />

The Humane League, Outreach Intern, Chicago, IL June – August 2019<br />

• Researched local organizations, restaurants, markets for commitment to campaign<br />

• Planned activist outreach and coalition building geared towards influencing McDonald’s policies<br />

San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, San Francisco, CA<br />

• Camp Mather Recreation Leader, near Yosemite National Park June - August 2017, 2018<br />

o Handled administrative duties such as money handling certification, quarantine outbreak,<br />

and evacuation procedures<br />

• Harvey Milk Center for the Arts June - August 2016<br />

o Photographed for six websites I designed, organized and executed before and after car<br />

ON-CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS<br />

Malott Dining Commons Food Council Committee<br />

September 2019 – Present<br />

• Committee member with Malott Dining Commons managers to bring more sustainable options to the<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> dining hall during weekly meetings<br />

Claremont Students for Animals, President<br />

September 2016 – Present<br />

• Organize promotional events such as film screenings, volunteer with local animal shelter, participate<br />

in vigils at local slaughterhouse to change the negative connotation of animal rights activists<br />

AWARDS<br />

Donna Darnell ’56 Scholarship Fall 2018 – Spring <strong>2020</strong><br />

Merit-based scholarship<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Summer Internship Grant Summer 2019<br />

SKILLS<br />

Conversational in Spanish, Proficient in Hungarian<br />

Proficient in Python, Microsoft Office, Excel, LaTex<br />

Wilderness First Responder Certified January 2017


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, August 2016 – May 2019<br />

• Cumulative GPA 3.58 cum laude<br />

• Institutional Review Board Member at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Fall 2016- Spring 2017<br />

• Senior Thesis in Anthropology, honors: IRB approved ethnographic research project: the<br />

significance of independent bookstores in the Pacific Northwest<br />

University of Edinburgh, Scotland<br />

Semester Abroad, Fall 2017<br />

• Class Representative for Empires (anthropology)<br />

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PROFESIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

Sales and Receiving, Petit and Olson, Bainbridge Island, WA June 2019 - Present<br />

• Facilitated sales and received orders, entering and verifying store inventory<br />

<strong>Book</strong>seller, Harvard <strong>Book</strong>store, Boston, MA June 2018-August 2018<br />

• Processed sales, special orders, managed genre sections, and conducted ethnographic thesis research<br />

Software Tester & Consultant, Handseller, Seattle, WA Summer 2016, 2017-2018<br />

• Provided informational demonstrations and outreach at 2018 <strong>Book</strong>Expo America, NY<br />

• Conducted research and user interface testing to ensure quality of online experience and in-site<br />

navigation for customers and venders<br />

• Conducted extensive quality checks for automatically generated book and author recommendations<br />

to ensure relevancy, compiled alternate book and author recommendations as needed, revised and<br />

ensured quality of age recommendations in children’s section, manually curated classics suggestions<br />

Guest Service Coordinator, InSpa, University Village, Seattle, WA June 2017-September 2017<br />

• Organized and managed appointment bookings, marketed products, and facilitated a positive and<br />

relaxing customer experience<br />

Social Media Coordinator, InSpa, Seattle, WA Summer 2016<br />

• Managed Pinterest account for corporate InSpa; increased traffic and activity on posts<br />

• Independently ran and curated Instagram account for InSpa; University Village branch doubled<br />

followers by promoting InSpa products and sales<br />

Research Assistant, Primate & Predator Project, Durham University, SA Summer 2014, 2015<br />

• Aided in trip preparation and education as student trip lead; gathered camera trap, phenological, and<br />

primate behavioral data with PhD candidates<br />

• Aided in community outreach and environmental education, independently designed educational and<br />

inclusive school mural about the environment and local animals<br />

LEADERSHIP<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Mock Trial Team Captain Spring 2018<br />

Founder and President of <strong>Scripps</strong> Anthropology Society Spring 2018 to Spring 2019<br />

Institutional Review Board Member at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Fall 2016- Spring 2017<br />

SKILLS, HONORS, AND AWARDS<br />

Languages: French, oral and written proficiency<br />

National Health Institute Certified, 2016<br />

Evergreen Girl’s State Representative, 2014<br />

Proficient in Microsoft Office, Wordstock, Zenoti POS, Square POS, Lightspeed POS


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts, Politics and Legal Studies; GPA: 3.5/4.0<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Study of Law, Constitutional Law: National Powers, Civil Liberties/Fundamental<br />

Rights, Philosophy of Law, Public Policy Data Analysis/Lab, Problems in Public Policy, State and Local<br />

Politics and Public Policy, Inequality and Public Policy<br />

• Thesis: Analyzing the Effectiveness of Hate Crime Legislation on Deterring Bias Incidents<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

United States Senate, Washington D.C. May 2019 – June 2019<br />

Legislative Intern<br />

• Submitted memoranda to high-level staffers regarding policy issues pertinent to the Senator’s policies<br />

• Drafted responses to constituent correspondences on behalf of the Senator<br />

• Assisted with daily duties, such as constituent outreach and morning briefing<br />

Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Washington D.C. September 2018 – December 2018<br />

Undergraduate Intern for the Criminal Section<br />

• Conducted research for trial attorneys regarding pending hate crime cases such as sexual abuse in the<br />

Catholic Church, offenses based on discrimination, and law enforcement misconduct<br />

• Catalogued relevant trial evidence and organized trial materials such as witnesses’ testimonies<br />

• Addressed written complaints from citizens and summarized witness interviews<br />

Grand Canyon Institute, Phoenix AZ May 2018 – August 2018<br />

Research Associate<br />

• Conducted fact-based research on policies that impact the fiscal and social future of Arizona<br />

• Generated summaries and write-ups of the implications of potential policy initiatives<br />

LEADERSHIP AND ACTIVITIES<br />

Claremont Journal of Law and Public Policy, Claremont CA<br />

August 2017 – Present<br />

Campus Policy Editor<br />

• Consult with staff writers to develop topics relating to campus policy at the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

• Work with writers throughout the process, from brainstorming and researching to the final round of edits<br />

Staff Writer<br />

• Produce at least one research paper each semester that relates to the realm of law and public policy<br />

• Collaborate on a second project, which could include a blog post relating to law and public policy or<br />

conducting an interview with a policy expert<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Mock Trial, Claremont CA<br />

August 2017 – Present<br />

Member and Team Captain<br />

• Engage in trial simulations and learn case law to compete against other institutions<br />

• Develop critical thinking and public speaking skills as well as knowledge of legal procedures<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont CA August 2017 – May 2018<br />

Peer Mentor<br />

• Counseled and advised a group of six incoming students during orientation and throughout the year<br />

• Participated in a week-long student leadership training conference prior to classes beginning to practice<br />

leadership, communication skills, conflict resolution, programming, outreach, and empathy<br />

AWARDS<br />

• Gabrielle Giffords ’93 Public Service Award, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> May 2019<br />

• Pepperdine D.C. Scholar, Pepperdine University May 2019<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), Stata (intermediate)


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Analysis – Sustainability and the Built Environment track (GPA: 3.86)<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Urban Health Equity; (re)Making the American Metropolis; Sustainable Place Studio; Green<br />

Urbanism; Geohazards; GIS in Environmental Analysis<br />

• Senior Thesis: Equity, Education, and Emergency: Examining Social Resilience-Building Pilot Programs, Methods, and<br />

Successes in Massachusetts Communities<br />

• Music minor (History and Composition track with a focus on Vocal Performance)<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />

Admission Ambassador Coordinator <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Office of Admission, Claremont, CA<br />

Fall 2017 – Present<br />

• Act as prospective students’ first contact with the college, leading informational campus tours, representing the college at<br />

admission events, and corresponding with prospective and new students via email and social media<br />

• Perform institutional research, data collection and analysis, materials preparation, office reception, social media account<br />

management and content generation<br />

• Oversee student tour guide team by organizing schedule and team events, training, and facilitating office culture<br />

Summer Fellow Summer 2019<br />

Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW) through the Forest Foundation Fellowship, Cambridge, MA<br />

• Devised, pitched, negotiated, and secured Forest Foundation-sponsored community engagement internship at CREW<br />

• Mentored five first-year Forest Foundation interns through development days, grant writing workshops, and group<br />

presentations<br />

• Recruited/prepared city governments, public libraries, and other organizations to participate in CREW’s annual Climate<br />

Preparedness Week<br />

• Designed educational brochures for how to prepare for extreme weather events, a new organizational trifold, and more<br />

Program Intern YWCA Cambridge through the Forest Foundation Fellowship, Cambridge, MA Summer 2018<br />

• Participated in nonprofit leadership days studying diversity and inclusion, grant-writing, leadership, social enterprise,<br />

civic engagement, philanthropy, and nonprofit finance<br />

• Secured 2 nd place in grant-writing competition for composing operating grant on behalf of nonprofit Strategies for Youth<br />

• Co-facilitated YWCA Cambridge’s Get Out the Vote campaign, performed outreach & development for annual<br />

fundraiser<br />

Marketing Intern Central Square Theater, Cambridge, MA Summer 2017<br />

• Created online content, composed email campaigns, designed production posters, and managed social media pages<br />

• Conducted independent research on upcoming plays and compiled program notes for publication<br />

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE<br />

Environmental Analysis Liaison Pomona <strong>College</strong>, Environmental Analysis Department, Claremont, CA Fall 2019 – Present<br />

• Organize and host variety of events including: information sessions, speaker series, and community events<br />

President, Music Director, Social Media/Website Manager<br />

Fall 2018 – Present<br />

Womxn’s Blue and White A Cappella, Claremont, CA<br />

• Lead collegiate vocal ensemble in both management and artistic roles: booking gigs and managing performances,<br />

marketing, budget, website, and social media; running rehearsals, teaching, arranging, and interpreting music<br />

SKILLS<br />

• Computer: Proficient in Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, Microsoft Office, RStudio, and ArcGIS Online and Desktop<br />

• Language: Proficient in written and spoken German<br />

• Creative: Graphic design, skilled writer in both creative and informative formats, social media literacy, vocal<br />

performance, music arranging<br />

AWARDS<br />

• <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Dean’s List (fall 2016 – present)<br />

• Forest Foundation Fellowship (summers 2018 & 2019)


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA May 2019<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Environment Economics Politics<br />

• Thesis: Diversification of Hydrocarbon Economy and Fiscal Reform Analysis in Saudi Arabia<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Int’l Relations-Conflict Intervention, Policy & Economics of Natural Resource<br />

Policy, Environmental Economics, Energy Economics, Environmental Law & Policy, Microeconomic &<br />

Macroeconomic Theory & Econometrics<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Research Assistant, TADAMUN: The Cairo Solidarity Initiative, Washington, D.C. Aug 2019 – Dec 2019<br />

• Produced and edited materials identifying and analyzing spatial inequality and urban governance<br />

shortcomings in the Middle East and North Africa with the goal to empower and encourage individuals<br />

to overcome development deficiencies in their communities<br />

• Gathered research on municipal governments in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Lebanon, Bahrain, Egypt, and<br />

Algeria for upcoming book on local governance in the Middle East<br />

Arabic Translator, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, California Oct 2018 - May 2019<br />

• Transcribed Lebanese interview recording files from Arabic and French into English written documents<br />

for Dr. Lara Deeb’s research on anthropology in Lebanon<br />

Research Assistant, W.M Keck Science Center, Claremont, California Sep 2017- Mar 2019<br />

• Analyzed C.compactum growth bands as a proxy archive, combined chronology with radiocarbon<br />

dating to assess marine environment change and interpret ocean current type<br />

• Measured proxies using an inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer and DS-Fi3<br />

machine to indicate climate change variability in terms of ocean circulation sea surface temperature<br />

Policy Intern, American Sustainable Business Council, Washington, D.C. May 2018 - Aug 2018<br />

• Conceptualized and executed the Delaware Watershed project to protect the land and water<br />

covering the five states in the watershed, for the duration of two months, by researching and<br />

promoting business involvement in initiatives targeted at clean watersheds<br />

• Translated and consolidated legal documents and campaign language to create an accessible<br />

platform for stakeholders to comprehend the council’s agenda<br />

Trail Guide, YMCA Camp Widjiwagan, Ely, MN May 2016 - Aug 2018<br />

• Solo-guided wilderness trips in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, mentoring groups of 5-9 at-risk<br />

youth, ages 13-19<br />

• Designed programming for each trip focused on leadership and interpersonal growth and technical<br />

outdoors skillsets<br />

LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES<br />

Coach/Player, Claremont Football Club of Claremont <strong>College</strong>s, Claremont, California May 2016 - May 2019<br />

• Trained club team of 25 players, bringing team to win the West Coast Soccer Association<br />

championships. Facilitated practices, games, transportation, and audited $5,000 budget<br />

Staff Member, Outdoor Education Center: Pomona <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, California Feb 2016 - May 2019<br />

• Orchestrated and led wilderness trips in CA, AZ, UT for groups ranging from 15-50 people,<br />

implemented diversity outreach and leadership programs, audited $15,000 budget, for the outdoor<br />

group of the five Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

Policy Sciences Annual Institute Attendee, World Bank Headquarters, Washington, D.C. Nov 2018<br />

• Attended under guidance of professor Dr. William Ascher, contributed to subgroup for project on<br />

West Africa Unique Identity for Regional Integration and Inclusion by critically examining project<br />

development<br />

SKILLS<br />

Languages: Arabic (Native) and French (Advanced)<br />

Computer: Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Prospectify, Stata, GIS


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EDUCATION____________________________________________________________________________<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong><br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Politics and French Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• GPA – 3.84; Dean’s List 7 of 8 semesters, Marie McSpadden Sands writing award runner up<br />

• Thesis: Anti-Party, Pro-Politics: The Gilets Jaunes’ Challenge to Western Representative<br />

Democracy<br />

Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po), Paris, France<br />

Semester Abroad, Fall 2018<br />

School of International Training, International Studies Program, Geneva, Switzerland<br />

Semester Abroad, Spring 2019<br />

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE___________________________________________________________<br />

The <strong>Scripps</strong> Voice<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Editor-In-Chief<br />

May 2019—Present<br />

• Manage all aspects of business operations, including staffing, production and distribution, for 11<br />

issues annually<br />

• Wrote investigative news, features and editorial content as both a columnist and reporter, conducting<br />

research and interviews across the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

• Created comprehensive social media strategy, utilizing Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn<br />

Harvard Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation,<br />

Cambridge, MA<br />

Harvard Kennedy School May 2019 – August 2019<br />

Democracy Program Intern<br />

• Produced report analyzing emerging tools which elected officials and candidates are utilizing to<br />

connect with voters and constituents, including the ways social media platforms can be leveraged to<br />

empower distributed organizing structures<br />

• Provided research and program support for the Democratic Governance Program<br />

Massachusetts State House—Office of Senate Majority Leader Cynthia Creem Wellesley, MA<br />

Legislative Intern June 2018—August 2018<br />

• Created report on blockchain, bitcoin, and related cryptocurrencies, including a survey of existing<br />

legislation by state, key public policy concerns and a set of four policy recommendations<br />

• Attended and reported on Senate Sessions to Senator Creem and legislative staff<br />

• Assisted with constituent casework/communication<br />

• Composed constituent letters on the Safe Communities Act and raising the tobacco age to 21<br />

The Roosevelt Institute<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

Fellow September 2017—May 2018<br />

• Assisted in development of proposals to reshape local and federal human rights legislation for policy<br />

institute associated with the Franklin Roosevelt Presidential Library<br />

• Researched and developed proposed legislation related to the California mass transit system<br />

SKILLS AND INTERESTS__________________________________________________________________<br />

• Language: Advanced conversational and written French<br />

• Computer: Microsoft Office, PC and Mac proficient, social media management, basic web design, Canva<br />

proficient,<br />

• familiar with research databases such as JSTOR<br />

• Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, VSCO, Reddit, WordPress, LinkedIn, Mailchimp


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

B.A. in American Studies with Honors Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

3.9/4.0 GPA, Dean’s List 2016-2019<br />

Senior Thesis on twenty-first century legal approaches to sex work in New York City<br />

Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan Fall 2018<br />

Associated Kyoto Program Study Abroad Participant - Intermediate Japanese language skills<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Research Assistant<br />

Tohoku University Department of International Disaster Area Research, Tohoku, Japan<br />

• Edit articles on disaster relief by Professor Kanako Iuchi<br />

Fall 2019-Ongoing<br />

Movement Building Intern Summer 2019<br />

Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center, New York, NY<br />

• Spearheaded the Summer 2019 Outreach Strategy<br />

• Compiled a list of over 200 community organizations in New York City, and contacted half of this list to publicize<br />

the legal and social services provided by SWP for people in the sex industry<br />

• Designed new outreach materials, including a brochure, Know Your Rights materials, and fliers<br />

• Lobbied in the New York State legislature to repeal Penal Law 240.37, a loitering law that disparately impacts<br />

transgender women of color<br />

Prison Writing Program Intern Summer 2019<br />

PEN America, New York, NY<br />

• Conducted two interviews with currently incarcerated writers that were published on PEN America’s website<br />

• Read and provided feedback on submissions for PEN America’s annual Prison Writing Contest and Writing for<br />

Justice Fellowship<br />

• Responded to over 100 letters a day from incarcerated individuals to connect them to creative writing resources<br />

Research Assistant Summer 2018<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Department of History, Claremont, CA<br />

• Compiled source material and provided input on the syllabus for the course Political and Cultural Criticism, which<br />

was taught in a prison with both incarcerated individuals and students from the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

Mainstreaming at Camp (MAC) Girls Program Director Summer 2018<br />

Mainstreaming at Camp (MAC) Girls Counselor Summers 2015-2017<br />

Frost Valley, YMCA, Claryville, NY<br />

• Provided 24/7 support for campers with development disabilities<br />

• Supervised seven staff members; led staff meetings and mentored counselors when they encountered difficult<br />

situations<br />

• Created campers’ and staff members’ daily schedules<br />

• Conducted regular trainings with both adult staffers and adolescent campers about disability and inclusion<br />

• Took 100 photos a day of participants for the Frost Valley YMCA website<br />

HONORS<br />

• Sara M. Stanley Memorial Scholarship (for academic excellence in American Studies) Fall 2019-Spring <strong>2020</strong><br />

• <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Career Planning & Resources Internship Grant Summer 2019<br />

• Martha Wehmeier Hammer Scholarship for the Class of <strong>2020</strong> Outstanding Student in Core Fall 2018-Spring 2019<br />

• Ann Peppers Endowed Scholarship Fund ($15,000 award for academic excellence) Fall 2018-Spring 2019<br />

ACTIVITIES<br />

Advocate<br />

Fall 2017-Present<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault<br />

• Operate a phone line for students to access sexual assault-related resources<br />

• Plan events that educate the campus community about sexual assault-related issues, such as combatting rape culture,<br />

developing healthy relationships, and supporting loved ones who have experienced trauma


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected Graduation: May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) from Pomona <strong>College</strong> GPA: 3.75<br />

Senior Thesis: The Economic Impact of Access to Reproductive Healthcare: A New Constitutional Argument<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Student Body President, Claremont, CA<br />

April 2019-Present<br />

• Manage and chair the <strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students (SAS) Board and create agendas for weekly meetings<br />

• Respond to the needs of students by acting as primary liaison between students, SAS and the administration<br />

SCRB Strategies, San Francisco, CA September 2019-December 2019<br />

Intern<br />

• Consolidated materials for press clips and drafted materials for campaign surrogates use<br />

• Conducted quantitative and qualitative background research for a variety of policy initiatives<br />

SGR Consulting, San Francisco, CA June 2019-August 2019<br />

Finance Intern<br />

• Obtained and consolidated donor research to create call sheets in anticipation of call times<br />

• Calculated donor contributions, updated event trackers & quarterly finance plans using NGP, NationBuilder &<br />

CampaignManager<br />

• Prepped and staffed events and call times for prominent California politicians<br />

• Drafted emails and scripts for follow-up fundraising efforts in anticipation of FEC deadlines<br />

• Researched campaign finance regulations to ensure compliance for clients through managing databases<br />

EMILY’s List, Washington, D.C. January 2019-May 2019<br />

Federal & Gubernatorial Campaigns Intern<br />

• Conducted donor research and made event calls for EMILY’s List candidates<br />

• Consolidated background research on candidates and opponents for senior management, including FEC filings<br />

• Compiled information regarding EMILY’s List candidates’ fundraising and voting records for endorsements<br />

• Managed Job Bank of more than 1500 resumes and update EMILY’s List job distribution list<br />

• Prepared and managed EMILY’s List Finance Training by facilitating three-day training for Finance Assistants<br />

• Aided with writing memos for high ranking staff members<br />

1947 Partition Archive, Berkeley, CA June 2018-August 2018<br />

Digital Archivist<br />

• Archived more than 130 stories of survivors of the 1947 India-Pakistan partition for an online database<br />

• Edited footage of 15+ interviews and created videos for digital distribution and publicity<br />

Lvovich & Szusko P.C, San Francisco, CA June 2017-August 2017<br />

Intern<br />

• Created indexes of all discovery materials (photographs, reports, audio recordings, emails, etc.)<br />

• Researched relevant case law and wrote memos for attorneys going to court for criminal matters<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Mock Trial Team, Claremont, CA<br />

August 2016-Present<br />

President & Captain<br />

• Plan curriculum to teach rules and objections to new team members<br />

• Assign, write and edit competition materials for whole team to compete against other colleges nationwide<br />

LEADERSHIP & AWARDS<br />

Junior Class President, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>. Claremont, CA May 2018-May 2019<br />

Student Representative, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Board of Trustees, Claremont, CA August 2017-May 2018<br />

Teaching Assistant, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA August 2017-December 2017<br />

Founder’s Award, Crystal Springs Uplands School, Hillsborough, CA June 2016<br />

SKILLS<br />

Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint), Google Suite, EMILY’s List Finance Training, Intermediate NGP,<br />

Intermediate Nation Builder, Intermediate Campaign Manager, AWS, Canva, Basic Photoshop, Basic Python


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Bachelor of Arts in Political Science<br />

• GPA: 3.9; Dean’s List (Fall 2016-Present); recipient of the Class of 1970 Endowed Merit Scholarship<br />

(2017-2019); recipient of the Summer Internship Grant (2018 and 2019); Humanities Fellow<br />

(Spring 2019)<br />

IES Abroad, Berlin, Germany Fall 2018<br />

• Studied urban development and European history and politics<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

High School Application Mentor Breakthrough New York, Claremont, CA August – December 2019<br />

• Remotely guided three eighth grade students through the rigorous process of applying to New York<br />

private and public high schools<br />

• Aided students in brainstorming essay responses and then edited students’ completed essays<br />

• Taught students organizational skills and helped them implement these skills into their daily lives<br />

Teaching Fellow Breakthrough New York, New York City, NY June – July 2019<br />

• Devised four weeks of writing lesson plans and taught them to 45 rising 7 th and 8 th grade students<br />

• Mastered teaching techniques, problem-solving strategies, and class-room management methods<br />

through over 140 hours of pre-summer training<br />

Intern Southeast Louisiana Legal Services, New Orleans, LA June 2018 – August 2018<br />

• Wrote and designed Southeast Louisiana Legal Services’ 2017 Annual Report by developing articles,<br />

compiling pictures, and formatting the 30-page document<br />

• Created grant applications in order to obtain funding for SLLS<br />

• Utilized graphic design skills to create power points, posters, and hand-outs for conferences and<br />

benefit events<br />

Intern Tulane University Office of the General Counsel, New Orleans, LA January 2018<br />

• Handled administrative duties such as answering phones and sorting and sending mail<br />

• Composed case briefs and conducted research for attorneys on Title IX suits<br />

• Assisted the legal fellow in writing and editing waivers for Tulane events<br />

ACTIVITIES AND SERVICE<br />

Volunteer Teaching Assistant Temple Beth Israel Preschool, Claremont CA January – May 2017<br />

• Worked as an assistant preschool teacher for a half day each week<br />

• Devised and facilitated educational activities for the students<br />

Mock Trial <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Fall 2016-Spring <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Wrote cross and direct examinations for fictional cases and acted as lawyer and a witness<br />

• Produced convincing and entertaining performances that were awarded “Best Witness” honors at<br />

Mocktopia tournament at UC Santa Barbara and Anteater tournament in UC Irvine<br />

SKILLS<br />

Technical: Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Excel<br />

Languages: German (Advanced)


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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> — Claremont, California Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Politics; GPA 3.8/4.0<br />

Awards: Dean’s List Fall ’16, ’17, ‘18 Steele Foundation Scholarship for Academic Excellence ‘16, ’18, ‘19<br />

Activities: Editor of The Golden Antlers campus satirical magazine, Outdoor Wilderness Leadership backpacking<br />

leader, Volunteer Global Climate Action Summit, Residential Community Coordinator<br />

Professional Experience<br />

Environmental Defense Fund Summer 2018<br />

Research & Legislative Intern Climate & Energy Policy<br />

Washington DC<br />

• Co-authored internal report evaluating policies implemented by local, state, and private actors aiding coal<br />

workers and coal-reliant communities<br />

• Followed and critically compared fiscal year funding levels across Presidents Trump and Obama<br />

administrations proposed and enacted budgets for the EPA and DOE<br />

• Tracked congressional hearings, bills, and votes with special attention on amendments for funding packages<br />

US Senator Dianne Feinstein Summer 2018<br />

Legislative & Press Intern<br />

Washington DC<br />

• Researched and produced policy proposal on commercial scale energy storage for senior legislative staff<br />

• Tracked, researched, and analyzed past and pending carbon pricing legislation; attended on average 3<br />

briefings weekly, constructed informative memos on congressional briefings and hearings for Senator’s staff<br />

• Executed constituent correspondence including channeling hundreds of IQ letters weekly, while researching<br />

and writing issue-based direct response letters regarding land and water issues on behalf of the Senator<br />

California Governor’s Office of Planning and Research Summer 2018<br />

Public Policy Intern<br />

Sacramento CA<br />

• Produced policy research and comparative analysis for the following policy areas: floating offshore wind<br />

energy, the Indian Wells Water Valley Basin water use & economic impacts, and the Integrated Climate<br />

Adaptation and Resiliency Program while helping organize the Global Climate Action Summit<br />

• Facilitated project management for Smart Cities report, including researching, brainstorming, drafting and<br />

curating Smart Cities policy guidance document for California’s thousands of local governments<br />

Sam Jammal for Congress Fall 2017<br />

Field Organizer<br />

39 th House District, CA<br />

• Organize Claremont college students to canvass 4-hour shifts, knocking on hundreds of doors weekly<br />

• Researched federal and state environmental policy, prepared policy report with team of students and<br />

campaign staff<br />

Relevant Experience<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students Fall 2019–Spring <strong>2020</strong><br />

Student Government Sustainability Chair<br />

Claremont, CA<br />

• Voting member of student government executive board for funding proposals while acting as primary campus<br />

resource for sustainability at <strong>Scripps</strong> and the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s<br />

• Liaise between <strong>Scripps</strong> Environmental Clubs, <strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students, Green Living LLC, and<br />

Sustainability Committee organizing events relating to environmental justice including gardening workshops<br />

and carbon neutrality protests<br />

• Founding member 5C ReGen, institutionalizing an organizing coalition between environmental leaders on all<br />

five Claremont colleges


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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA (August 2016-present) Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Humanities: Interdisciplinary Studies in Culture, Minor in French<br />

● Focus on International Relations and Peace and Conflict Studies<br />

● GPA: 3.84<br />

● Relevant Coursework: NGOs and Transnational Politics, Conflict Interventions, International Relations<br />

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Senior Thesis: Factors Affecting Reconciliation in Rwanda<br />

Honors: Dean’s List, Ament Scholars Award for outstanding scholarship in the humanities, invited to attend Oxford<br />

Initiative for Global Ethics and Human Rights March <strong>2020</strong> Seminar on War and Peace<br />

Institut Catholique de Paris, Paris, France (August-December 2018)<br />

Semester Study Abroad Program through Hamilton <strong>College</strong><br />

● Course work entirely in French<br />

Leadership Highlights<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA (2016-present)<br />

● <strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students Junior Class President (August 2018- May 2019) and Senior Class President (August<br />

2019-present):<br />

○ Oversaw budgets of $12,000 and organized class events for over 300 students.<br />

○ Implemented monthly newsletters and produced annual budget reports.<br />

○ Created and chaired commencement speaker committee to select <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>2020</strong> commencement speaker.<br />

● Humanities Institute Junior Fellow (January-May 2018):<br />

○ Selected to participate in an intensive seminar through the <strong>Scripps</strong> Humanities Institute focused on global<br />

migration and organized 20 related events with local community members, scholars, and activists.<br />

● <strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students Student Organizations Commissioner (August 2017-May 2018):<br />

○ Organized over 40 student events in coordination with campus organizations and partnered with the Diversity<br />

Chair to increase programming for underrepresented students.<br />

o Chaired the <strong>Scripps</strong> programming committee and supported committee members in planning 15 events.<br />

Experience Highlights<br />

Community Outreach Initiative Intern at Journey’s End Refugee Services, Buffalo, New York (May-August 2019)<br />

● Provided assistance to programs that help connect low-income New American residents to economic, social, and<br />

civic support and created and helped to implement culturally sensitive workshops for refugee and immigrant clients.<br />

● Led informational seminar for 100 attendees at the NYS Office for New Americans Upstate Regional Conference.<br />

Carter Center Executive Briefing Conference Attendee, Atlanta, Georgia (March 2019)<br />

• Selected to attend the 2019 Executive Briefing Conference and accompanying sessions on the Carter Center’s work<br />

in conflict resolution, fighting disease, election monitoring, and human rights.<br />

SIT- School for International Training (June-August 2018)<br />

• Rwanda Seminar (Kigali):<br />

○ Participated in workshops with community leaders and studied post-genocide reconciliation, conflict<br />

resolution, and local and international justice.<br />

● Uganda Seminar (Kampala and Gulu):<br />

○ Studied migration, post-conflict reconstruction, and refugee repatriation in Northern Uganda while visiting<br />

refugee settlements and local NGOs to assess their role in the region’s post-conflict recovery.<br />

Students for a Free Tibet, Dharamshala, India (July 2015)<br />

• Attended presentations on grassroots organizing for the protection of human rights and Tibetan political freedom.<br />

Additional Skills<br />

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High intermediate oral and written knowledge of French.<br />

Adept at Microsoft, PowerPoint, Canva, and social media platforms including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.


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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA<br />

Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience, GPA: 3.39/4.0 (major), Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

DIS Copenhagen, Denmark - Semester Abroad, Fall 2018<br />

Related Coursework: Behavioral Psychology, Introductory Biology, Introductory Chemistry, Introductory<br />

Physics, Neuroendocrinology of Behavior, Neuroimaging of the disordered brain, Neuropharmacology of<br />

Behavior, Neuroplasticity: Brain and Behavior, Neuroscience 1: Cellular & Molecular, Neuroscience 2: Systems,<br />

Organic Chemistry, Selected Topics in Neuroscience<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

Community Coordinator, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> Residential Life, Claremont, CA, Aug 2019 - present<br />

● Organized community building events for all residents of <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> with the focus of accessible art<br />

and meaningful dialogue<br />

● Provided mental health and academic resources as well as support for residents of <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> to<br />

develop a thriving living space<br />

Notetaker, <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA, September 2016 - Present<br />

● Wrote detailed notes during lectures for biology, chemistry, neuroscience and organic chemistry courses<br />

for the dean of student’s office<br />

Research Assistant, UC San Diego - Department of Neurosciences, La Jolla, CA, May 2019 - Aug 2019<br />

● Worked in Dr. Chengbiao Wu's lab in the department of neurosciences exploring Alzheimer's Disease,<br />

Parkinson's Disease, CMT2B, and Huntington's Disease<br />

● Researched mitochondrial dysfunction and synaptic connections in BACHD and N17 mouse models of<br />

Huntington's Disease<br />

● Skills developed include cell culturing, western blot, synaptic staining, and analysis with imageJ and<br />

prism<br />

Student Researcher, W.M. Keck Science Department, Claremont, CA, May 2018 – Aug 2018<br />

● Researched the role of the titin protein in mice EDL muscles<br />

● Explored the difference in doublet potentiation of muscle using force lever experiments in control versus<br />

muscular dystrophy with myositis affected mice for both isometric and actively stimulated muscles<br />

● Skills developed include data collection, Matlab coding for data analysis, presentation of findings, and<br />

collaboration with fellow researchers<br />

Swim Instructor/Lifeguard/Coach, PP&R, Portland, OR, June 2013 - Aug 2018<br />

● Taught kids ages 1-16 individually and in groups of up to 30 techniques to swim<br />

● Supervised pool patrons and enforced lifeguard policies<br />

● Managed front desk and performed duties including registering patrons for activities, answering phones,<br />

and selling concessions<br />

Customer Service Associate, Tiernan Field House, Claremont, CA, Sep 2017- June 2018<br />

● Managed front desk operations<br />

● Provided excellent customer service including greeting and directing patrons to gym amenities<br />

Volunteer, Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, OHSU, Portland, OR, Summer 2017, 2018<br />

● Provided information and resources to families about medical conditions at the Family Resource Center<br />

● Offered activities for kids in the playroom<br />

PUBLICATIONS<br />

Bacon-Brenes, C., Wiley, E., & Hull, J. (2017). Determining the Location and the Effects on Function of a<br />

Mutation Created by Exposure to UV Radiation in the Lac Operon. SUPRdb. Retrieved from<br />

http://www.suprdb.org/index.php/experiment/details/372


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LAB SKILLS<br />

● Very Familiar: Micropipette techniques, dilutions, western blot, cell culture, immunohistochemical<br />

staining, dissection of mice muscles, muscle lever operation<br />

● Familiar: PCR transformations<br />

SKILLS<br />

● Computer: Proficient in Matlab, Excel, ImageJ (Fiji), Prism, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, Python<br />

● Languages: Proficient in Japanese (reading, speaking, writing)<br />

● CPR & First aid certified<br />

ACTIVITIES<br />

● Varsity Swimmer for NCAA Div. 3 team Claremont-Mudd-<strong>Scripps</strong>, 2017 & 2018 All-American<br />

● Completion of Student Leadership Institute at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> (Aug 2019)


Aleah B - INDUSTRY: Health/Medicine<br />

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EDUCATION<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> - Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

• Bachelor of Arts in Cellular/Molecular Neuroscience<br />

• Thesis: Talk Birdy to Me: Neural Circuitry Underlying Singing and Song Perception in the Zebra Finch<br />

• GPA: 3.56/4.0<br />

• Dean’s List: Fall 2018, Spring 2019, Fall 2019<br />

• QuestBridge National <strong>College</strong> Match Scholar<br />

DIS in Copenhagen, Denmark August-December 2018<br />

• Medical Practice and Policy: Human Health and Disease Core Course<br />

• Relevant Coursework: Accelerated Integrated Biology, Chemistry and Physics I and II (L)*, Neuroscience<br />

2: Systems, Organic Chemistry (L)*, Genetics, Medical Practice and Policy: Human Health and Disease,<br />

Neuroscience of Fear, Vertebrate Physiology (L), Biochemistry, Neuroendocrinology, Introduction to<br />

Computer Science (L)<br />

(L) indicates a laboratory course, * indicates two semesters<br />

LAB AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE<br />

Undergraduate Neuroscience Research Fellow<br />

Grass Lab at the Marine Biological Laboratory – Woods Hole, MA May-July 2019<br />

• Granted the Keck Science Summer Research Grant to conduct research under Dr. Melissa Coleman as a<br />

component of senior thesis<br />

• Conducted research on zebra finch song and neural processing of vocal communication<br />

• Performed zebra finch surgery to perform neurophysiology, cut tissue using a sliding microtome, utilized<br />

single and multi-unit electrode array, nissl staining for cell bodies, and conducted image and data analysis<br />

using PRISM, Python, MATLAB, Sound Analysis Pro and Audacity<br />

Neuroscience Research Assistant<br />

W.M. Keck Science Department of the Claremont <strong>College</strong>s – Claremont, CA May 2017-December 2017<br />

• Granted the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Grant to conduct research under Dr. Rory Spence<br />

• Studied neurogenesis after mild traumatic brain injury in zebrafish to understand recovery mechanisms<br />

• Conducted zebrafish brain dissection, utilized immunohistochemistry techniques, fluorescent imaging,<br />

CLARITY, and image and data analysis<br />

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE<br />

Overnight and Outreach Co-Coordinator<br />

Office of Admission at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA<br />

May 2019-present<br />

• Promoted from Admission Ambassador<br />

• Supervised, managed and trained a team of 11 Admission Ambassadors with one other Co-Coordinator<br />

• Executed recruitment and hosting for weekly overnight host program by matching 20 current students<br />

with prospective students<br />

• Assisted Admission staff with planning programs for underrepresented, prospective, and admitted<br />

students, which engage up to 600 students<br />

Admission Ambassador<br />

Office of Admission at <strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA<br />

August 2017-present<br />

• Directed tours to prospective students and families and high school counselors<br />

• Managed up to 60 student volunteers throughout school year to host prospective students<br />

• Provided insight into student experience by responding to visitor inquiries via email, phone or in-person<br />

QuestBridge Scholars Chapter Executive Board Liaison/President (2017-2018) and Outreach Officer (2018-2019)<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA August 2017-May 2019<br />

• Served as the primary contact between <strong>Scripps</strong>’s chapter and QuestBridge HQ staff<br />

• Coordinated the Quest Scholars Mentor Program for the 2018-2019 academic year by recruiting mentors<br />

and surveying incoming students and matching them based on interest<br />

• Planned the Welcome Event and Quest Day Event by organizing icebreakers, organizing refreshments<br />

and facilitating community amongst members


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• Partnered with a local non-profit and elementary school for the National Service Month Event to<br />

fundraise for school supplies<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Associated Students (SAS) Sophomore Class Representative<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA August 2017-May 2018<br />

• Advocated for student needs and served as a liaison to the sophomore class<br />

• Planned two class-specific events every semester in order to foster class community and provide collegesponsored<br />

resources that engaged 30 students on average<br />

MENTORING EXPERIENCE<br />

New Student Program (NSP) Team Leader<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA August 2017-May 2018<br />

• Lead a team of 6 Peer Mentors and provided resources to the incoming first-year class<br />

• Organized week of orientation with activities, panels, discussions, and social events for the incoming class<br />

• Provided resources for mentees, assisted with campus navigation, class registration and more<br />

• Implemented substance free events throughout year to foster community building and healthy<br />

relationships<br />

Office of Black Student Affairs Mentor<br />

Claremont University Consortium – Claremont, CA August 2017-May 2018<br />

• Mentored 3 students of African descent at <strong>Scripps</strong> by providing resources to help them navigate college<br />

as individuals with marginalized identities<br />

• Sponsored events with fellow mentors to create cross-consortium connections amongst first-year class<br />

• Attended an overnight retreat with mentees to facilitate further bonding and set goals and expectations<br />

for our respective roles<br />

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS<br />

• <strong>Book</strong>er, A., Sun, J. “Neural Circuitry Underlying Singing and Song Perception in the Zebra Finch.”<br />

Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (2019)<br />

• Spence, R. Maheras, A., Dix, B., Carmo, O., Gill, V., Ibrahim, A., Thomason, H.,<br />

<strong>Book</strong>er, A., Sun, J. “Genetic Pathways of Neuroregeneration in a Novel Mild<br />

Traumatic Brain Injury Model in Adult Zebrafish.” eNeuro<br />

• Gill, V., Ibrahim, A., Thomason, H., <strong>Book</strong>er, A., Sun, J. “An Investigation into the<br />

Mechanisms Involved in Neuronal Regeneration in Adult Zebrafish Using a Novel<br />

mTBI model.” Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (2017)<br />

• <strong>Book</strong>er, A., Sun, J. “Assessing Behavior in a Novel Adult Zebrafish (Danio rerio)<br />

Model of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI).” Keck Summer Research Symposium (2017)<br />

DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE EXPERIENCE<br />

AISS Committee<br />

W.M. Keck Science Department – Claremont, CA May 2017-May 2018<br />

• Redesigned interdisciplinary science course offerings in the department<br />

• Provided recommendations from a student perspective and advocated for programs that would increase<br />

minority student involvement in interdisciplinary courses<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> Community of Resources and Empowerment (SCORE) Office Assistant<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong> – Claremont, CA August 2016-December 2017<br />

• Contributed to SCORE’s mission of creating a community of people dedicated to enhancing and<br />

supporting inclusivity at <strong>Scripps</strong> by assisting with on-campus inclusivity programming<br />

• Maintained office calendar, scheduled meetings and events, and supported programming in the space<br />

• Assisted leadership of the six on-campus affinity groups with meetings and club-sponsored events<br />

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS<br />

• Intermediate Fluency in Spanish<br />

• Proficient in Microsoft Office


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Education<br />

<strong>Scripps</strong> <strong>College</strong>, Claremont, CA Expected May <strong>2020</strong><br />

Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology, GPA 3.5<br />

Thesis: Health Standards in Public Elementary Schools in the United States<br />

SIT: International Honors Program: Health and Community: Globalization, Culture, and Care Fall 2018<br />

D.C., Hanoi, Cape Town, Buenos Aires<br />

Clinical Experience<br />

Community Clinic Intern July 2019 - August 2019<br />

West Midtown Medical Group, New York, NY<br />

• Engage and observe physician assistants and patients daily in clinical setting<br />