I have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology and have given tutor lessons to high schoolers as well as fellow colleagues at the university level. I've also served as an undergraduate teaching assistant where I was able to reinforce techniques I had learned previously. I successfully help underclassmen master the techniques and gain a much better understanding of the material. I am very polite, patient and understanding and would love to help you on your journey to success.
I have worked as a research assistant, undergraduate teaching assistant, patient ambassador, medical assistant and ophthalmic technician. All of these positions have provided with the perfect opportunity to display leadership and become a great team player. Teaching was one of my more favorite activities as I was able to help classes of about 30 students or use individual tutor sessions to help students with material they were not familiar with.
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine-GA Campus, Suwanee, GA
August 2016- Present
Master of Science, Biomedical Science—Forensic Biology
American University, Washington, DC
June 2011-May 2015
Bachelor of Science, Biology
University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
July- November 2013
Completed 16 credits in Biological Sciences
Feldman ENT Group, Washington, DC
Medical Assistant, December 2015- August 2016
Worked closely with Otolaryngologists to intake patients by checking vitals, documenting symptoms, as well as providing the tools they need to treat patients daily. Also shadowed a variety of head and neck surgeries based in local surgery centers.
Howard Jacobson M.D., Washington DC
Ophthalmic technician, May 2015- December 2015
Shadowed and covered administrative as well as technical duties for an Ophthalmologist with a specialization in glaucoma and infectious disease of the eye.
American University Biology Department, Washington DC
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, January 2014- May 2015
Advise and guide students completing the courses of General Biology courses on material pertaining to laboratory instructions and procedures.
National Institutes of Health: Clinical Center, Bethesda, MD
Patient Ambassador: Volunteer, June – August 2014
Maintained constant communication between patients and clinical researchers in order to relay important information about the patient.
American University Biology Department, Washington, DC
Assistant, August 2011- Present
Respond to the needs of the Biology Department faculty and students by maintaining and managing equipment that enters and exits any labs through inventory.
American University Biology Department
Lab Assistant of Dr. De Cicco-Skinner August 2011- May 2012
Assisted lab students by providing lab material necessary for procedure by replenishing materials that were depleted in lab and organizing excel data tables for procedure results.
CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
GRAADS Organization, Suwanee, GA
Active Member, August 2016
Currently completing community service in several counties of Georgia to improve professional and community development.
Alpha Phi Omega: Eta Phi Chapter: Community Service Fraternity, Washington, DC
Active Member, February 2013- May 2015
Served a total of 118.5 hours in the areas of community, national, campus and fraternity service in order to promote leadership, friendship and service.
Microsoft Office proficient; CPR certified; Writing; Spanish learner, management and leadership; Tutor in General Biology I & II courses, EMR proficient (All Scripts).
I think Keya is a trustworthy teacher because she is patient and will go above and beyond to explain topics at an understandable level. She knows the material and is confident when explaining it to others.
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