My educational journey is rather unique I enrolled at Laney Community College in 1999 as a returning non-traditional student. In 2002, I was accepted into the University of California, Berkeley where I earned undergraduate degrees in Sociology, African American Studies. In 2007, I entered Cornell University in the field of Africana Studies. Lastly, in 2014 I earned my doctorate degree in American Culture Studies.
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Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio
Graduate Student Instructor ~ June 2011 to May 2014
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Apple iWork Suite
• Introduction to Ethnic Studies - The course focused on introducing the concept of multiculturalism by presenting the concepts of race & ethnicity, gender expression, and physical ability differences to a homogeneous class population.
• I was responsible for curriculum development including selecting texts or creating content, designing PowerPoint presentations for every class meeting.
• Located and attached appropriate files to incoming and outgoing electronic communication requiring replies.
• Monitoring student intellectual progress and general well-being.
• I held regular appointment office hours and scheduled appointments at student request.
• I also served my students by being the liaison between them and university resources to enhance their academic experience
• Assisted with team building initiatives and overall support for maintenance of departmental culture and faculty and staff morale.
James Baldwin Workshop Series Creator & Coordinator ~ August 2013 to May 2014
• Identified selected texts by James Baldwin to be featured in the workshop series
• Conducted research to prepare, gather and workshop documents, maintain the master calendar, set workshop agendas.
• Identified workshop facilitators and coordinated presentations
• Distributed University-wide announcements, booked conference rooms, coordinated catering for all James Baldwin Workshops.
• Compiled and analyzed productivity reports for the James Baldwin Workshop Series.
• Developed and maintained an alert system for upcoming deadlines on incoming requests and events.
• Greeted visitors and community members attending the event, made the connection between the university community service and the broader Bowling Green community.
• Created expense reports, monitored secured university funding.
State of the State of Ohio Diversity Conference on Diversity and Inclusion ~ July 2013 to March 2014
• Identified diversity and inclusion topics to be addressed during conference
• Created plenary and break out sessions
• Provided logistical management
• Ensured conference attendees received professional development credentials
Cornell University ~ Ithaca, New York
Graduate Student Assistant ~ Aug. 2008 to May 2009
• Supported assigned professors in preparations to facilitate the arrangements of instructional materials and events for classes as needed.
• Serves as proctor for students and liaison between the professor and library staff to schedule and verify reserve readings.
• Develops and maintains the class electronic mailing and attendance list.
• Prepares summary briefs of select readings as assigned by the instructor.
• Attends weekly meetings with the professor to review instructional plans for class.
• Prepared exam questions as well as typed and graded examinations.
• Provides clerical and research support, as assigned by the faculty member to assist with their teaching and research responsibilities.
University of California, Berkeley ~ Berkeley, California
Ronald E. McNair Scholars Symposium Coordinator (Summers) ~ May 2005 to Aug. 2010
• My duties as a coordinator involved ensuring the over 300 student scholar presentations were complete with no technical or grammatical errors.
• I was responsible for designing the order of presentations and defining the academic themes that would frame the many symposium sessions.
• I was tasked with the responsibility of convening the conference to provide students with the opportunity to present their original research to a national audience.
• The Ronald E. McNair Scholars program is funded by the Department of Education to increase the number of first-generation and underrepresented minority undergraduate students earning doctorate degrees.
Bowling Green State University ~ Aug. 2010 to Aug. 2014
• Degree Earned: Doctorate: American Culture Studies with a Concentration in Ethnic, Gender, and Social Identities
o American Culture Studies is an amalgamation of American History, Economics, Sociology, Cultural Studies and Media Studies
Cornell University ~ Aug. 2007 to Aug. 2009
• Degree Earned: Master’s: Africana Studies with a Concentration in African American Studies
o The discipline of Africana Studies is rooted historical and cultural evidence of globalization.
University of California, Berkeley ~ Aug. 2002 to May 2007
• Degree Earned: Bachelors: African American Studies
o The discipline of African American Studies is the study of the history of the African American experience in the United States.
University of California, Berkeley ~ Aug. 2002 to May 2007
• Degree Earned: Bachelors: Sociology
o My degree in Sociology affords me the skills to analyze past and current social behaviors and predict future societal movements.
Laney Community College ~ Jan. 1999 to May 2002
• Degree Earned: Associates
o I fulfilled the general education requirements to transfer to a four-year institution. I learned the skill necessary for becoming an education advocate.
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