Skills:

Internet Experience:

Knowledge of basic HTML and designer of five websites

WEBSITE DESIGN

www.thgny.com

www.muebleriadelias.com

www.lorenzodom.com

www.thefreshinkcopany.com

www.useyourimagination.com

 

Computer: IBM PC & PSII (MSOffice, Raiserís Edge, ACT, Word Perfect, PFS Write, and Writing Assistant), Apple Macintosh SE, IIcx, Classic (MacWrite, Microsoft Word, Pagemaker, & Excel), DELL (Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, Pagemaker, File Manager, Fax Server/Fax Client). On-line services: Compuserve and Prodigy; Various Web-Browsers. Nexus/Lexus.

Languages: Spanish & French proficiency, & elementary Portuguese, Japanese, and ASL

 

Public/Community Service:

Member of the Young Professionals Group Executive Advisory Committee: September 1994-Present.

Volunteer: Achilles Running Club. Ran the New York City Marathon as a guide to a visually impaired runner. Time: 3:34:04. November 14, 1993.

Founder/Director: Foreign Language Exchange; established and coordinated network of 17 language groups with approximately 200 participants; supervised 25 group leaders. Fall-Spring 1993-94.

President: SIPA Runner's Club. Established and managed network of 50 participants. Fall-Spring '93-94.

Social Chairperson and Director of Student Programs: SIPA Student Association; organized and directed student social activities for student body of 900, 30% international. Spring 1994. Activities included The Annual Gala Black Tie Ball with record attendance and unprecedented revenue.

Volunteer: American Red Cross, L.A. Dept. of Cult. Affairs, and San Jose Downtown Assoc. '86-91

Social worker intern: Oaktree Elderly Daycare Center; assistant activities manager and administrator of care to elders with disabilities, such as dementia. Fall-Spring 1988-1989.

Shop Steward: Local Union 1877; Labor/management liaison. 1991.

Founder, Director & Events Coordinator: Alianza de Latin American Student Associations. Spring 1993, Columbia University.

Academic Awards & Honors:

1. Burton R. Brazil Scholarship, SJSU, Department of Political Science, Spring 1991.

2. Minority Graduate Student Fellowship, SJSU, Fall 1991.

3. Program Research Assistant Fellowship, Columbia University, School of International & Public Affairs, 1993-1994.

4. President and Provost Student Initiative Fund Grant, Columbia University, Fall 1993.

5. Marshall for the School of International & Public Affairs, Graduation Ceremonies, 1994.

 

Letters of reference and work samples available upon request

 

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