Excellent English Tutoring

Excellent English Tutoring

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EDUCATION
 
Georgetown University, B.A. Expected December 2020

Major: English, Major GPA 3.65/4.0, Dean’s List Relevant Coursework: Corporate Accounting, Corporate Finance, Computer Programming I, Business Law Programs: Excel, Python, Microsoft Office Word & Powerpoint, Adobe Premier, Adobe InDesign, Agility

WORK EXPERIENCE

     UBS Financial Services, Rochester, NY, Wealth Management Intern (May 2019 - August 2019)

Assisted Senior Vice President and Senior Wealth Strategy Associate with financial planning for ultra high-net-worth individuals, family offices, and endowment/foundation clients; bookkeeping; reviewed, rebalanced, and repositioned +200 portfolios.

Undertook accounting projects; recorded data and updated client records in Excel, Consultworks IS, and the UBS CRM.

Conducted market research and analysis; produced weekly briefs of market activity in relation to eco-political influences for SVP.

     Freedman Consulting, LLC, Washington, DC, Research & Policy Intern (August 2018 - December 2018)

Assisted in advising political groups, nonprofits, and foundations on implementing policy programs and philanthropic investments; assigned team worked for a Fortune 100 company; Undertook strategic policy and communications data-based research projects.

Researched philanthropic matchmaking entities and grant-making strategies across various social policy areas: environmental sustainability, inclusive democracy, education reform, and workforce development.

Recorded and transcribed meetings and interviews; updated social media platforms; published content for “Spotlight on Poverty” blog.

      The Urban League of Rochester, Rochester, NY, Journalism Assistant to the Director (June 2018 - August 2018)

Led Think, Write, Speak: ROC City Future Reporters program; taught 30 high school students how to research, write, and present news media for careers in journalism; designed course syllabus; developed and implemented SAT mathematics preparation course.

Tailored personalized academic plans; organized a “Parent’s Day;” provided feedback and reviewed plans with students’ parents.

The Rochester City Mayor, the President of the Urban League of Rochester, and the City of Rochester’s Education Board attended final program presentation; the Urban League of Rochester received a 5% increase in federal funding as a result. 

LEADERSHIP ROLES & EXTRACURRICULARS

     Finance Treasurer, Georgetown Ski Team (September 2019 - Present)

Negotiated collegiate ski team funding with Athletic Department; held external fundraiser, raising $10,000 total.

Budgeted and maintained balance in Excel; created cost-effective solution to finance racing trips; filed receipts in university database.

     Education and Social Justice Research Fellow (Cancelled due to COVID-19 Pandemic)

1 of 4 students selected by Georgetown’s Center for Social Justice to participate in an international research fellowship during May of 2020; was assigned to conduct innovative education research in under-resourced communities in Guyana.

Conducted 8 weeks of prerequisite research; preparation included CITI training, IRB application submission, and budget creation.

     Vice President Henle Village Hall Council (August 2018 - December 2018)

Led governing board of 300 student resident hall; managed semester budget; planned and financed educational and social activities; advocated for hall improvements to address residents’ concerns; communicated and negotiated with Residential Life.

     Sports Reporter, The Hoya (January 2018 - January 2019)

Attended and recorded GU Women’s Varsity Field Hockey games; researched opposing teams; interviewed coaches and athletes; collaborated with Editor; input column via Adobe InDesign; published articles via PR System Agility. 

     Panelist at the Georgetown English Department’s 2018 Undergraduate Symposium (November 2018)

Selected as 1 of 15 panelists to present an original paper, “A Marxist Interpretation of The Waste Land,” at the GU English Dept. Symposium Beauty is Truth: Knowledge in an Age of Alternative Facts.

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