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Stephanie R. Miller

5518 Virgin Rock Rd.
Centreville, VA 20120
(703) 830-7813
laxtodca@hotmail.com

Summary of Qualifications   

Over 25 years combined professional experience in the Education, Sports & Event management, and IT industries. Serve as a Room Supervisor for the past 15 years for the SAT/ACT testing program,

Substitute Teacher for Fairfax County, and currently in a support staff role at Crossfield Elementary.

Strong experience in event planning, telemarketing, account management, web research and writing. Successful background in executive recruiting, career planning and resume writing with a specialty in the information technology space.   

Professional Experience 

September 2004 – Present
Collegeboard.com   
Manassas, VA             
SAT & ACT Room Supervisor/Proctor
Oversee and manage the distribution and completion of the SAT and ACT exams for high school students in the northern Virginia area during the school year. Duties include management of test taking materials and distribution to students; oversee the assistant proctor and students during testing; and accounting for all materials at end of test. 

September 2010 – present
Fairfax County Public Schools
Substitute Teacher & Cafeteria Assistant
As a substitute teacher, fill in for regular teachers as the need arises in grades K-12th. Primary tasks included adhering to lesson plans designed by the absent teacher and providing supervision for students. Currently employed at Crossfield Elementary as a Cafeteria Assistant  where I oversee and manage 620 students daily while maintaining a safe environment for the children.

November 2008 - Present                                       
ACLI Capital Challenge   
Washington, DC      
Volunteer Coordinator       
Recruit up to 80 volunteers, manage volunteer database and work closely with race director for annual ACLI Capital Challenge 3 Miler. Race is held annually for members of Congress, the media and Federal heads as a charity event raising funds for the Junior Achievement USA. Additional duties include marketing of event, managing 80 volunteers during event, maintaining database of volunteers, and pre-race registration.

Education  

B.S., Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

Other

Swim Coach
Language Arts Tutor for Elementary level children

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Anthony Raftis


anthony_raftis@yahoo.com, 253-293-0099


EDUCATION
Queens University of Charlotte Candidate May 2020
Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics and Bachelor of Science, Sport Management
Minor, Leadership
Cumulative GPA: 3.87


EXPERIENCE
Executive Front Office Intern - Charlotte Hornets October 2019- May 2020
• Fulfilled a wide range of administrative support tasks to assist three departments.
• Arranged complete travel arrangements for executive staff.
• Coordinated multiple projects and major events for various departments simultaneously.
• Assisted with the management of special business and executive projects.
Wilderness Adventure Camp Manager- City of Maple Valley May 2019- August 2019
• Developed the first summer of the wilderness adventure summer day camp.
• Planned and coordinated three field trips per week for campers including, admissions, equipment, bus scheduling. • Established and managed a budget for; staff pay, equipment, event services and all items necessary to operate a first-year camp.
• Provided leadership, direction and training to staff, creating an effective program team.
Event Operations Intern- Seafair May 2018- August 2018
• Planned and implemented event operations and logistics for Seafair events.
• Identified and executed strategies for increasing participant registration.
• Produced a 200% increase in Milk Carton Derby participation and a 500 participant increase in the Torchlight Run.
• Assisted in set up, production, run of show and tear down of Seafair signature events.
Game Day Presentation Intern- Seattle Reign FC April 2017- September 2017
• Fulfilled the matchday operations run of show, event timeline and concourse activation.
• Maintained positive relationships with vendors, supporters, concessions, and facilities.
• Led groups of volunteers in setup and teardown game-day facilities.


SKILLS
Problem Solving, Learning, Communication, Teamwork, Time Management, Leadership Microsoft Office, Google Docs, Adobe Photoshop, Final Cut, Power Director, SQL


AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Eagle Scout- The highest rank in scouting. Completed over 200 hours of community service. NCAA Championships- Led our team to four NCAA DII National Championships. 5x Individual All-Academic- Awarded for achieving high success in athletics and academics.
2x NCAA All-American- Earned for athletic achievements at the National Championships
South Atlantic Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year- For academic and athletic success.
Mathematics Student of the Year- Earned for my published paper and academic achievements

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DONNA UTAKIS

413-461-5132 (cell)
DonnaUtakis@yahoo.com
413-256-2722 (work)


PROFILE
Highly energetic, self-motivated and goal-oriented project manager.
Former race director of the Amherst 10-Miler (chosen for inclusion in the USTAF-NE Grand Prix race series).
Extremely thorough, detail-oriented planner with strong oral and written communication skills.
Ultra-enthusiastic ultra-runner and marathoner.
SEEKING MY DREAM JOB IN RACE PLANNING/EVENT COORDINATION


EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Evaluation Systems group of Pearson, Hadley, MA
Senior Manager, Client Contracts (1/2019-present):
 Oversee educator testing contracts for multiple states, working directly with their departments of education to tailor their educator testing programs to their requirements.
 Responsible for ensuring that all aspects of their educator testing programs (new test creation, test administration, and scoring) run smoothly and to their satisfaction.
Educational Program Manager (4/2008-6/2012, 10/2016-12/2018):
 Created detailed planning documents outlining the responsibilities of all involved.
 Routinely developed and monitored multiple detailed and overlapping timelines; worked in conjunction with other departments to ensure that deadlines and standards of quality were met.
 Created monthly performance expectations for staff under my supervision; identified need for additional staff when necessitated by workloads and/or deadlines.
Independent Contractor (12/2012-10/2016)/Project Director (6/2002-8/2007):
 Created planning documents, developed timelines, and wrote activity summary reports and annual technical reports describing test development and administration activities.
 Drafted proposal sections in response to Requests for Proposals from state departments of education.
 Planned for multi-meeting/multi-day conferences (negotiated contracts with hotels/meeting spaces, coordinated menus, oversaw invitation of participants)
 Facilitated meetings of educators.
The Princeton Review of Amherst, Sunderland, MA (8/2007-2/2008)
Director of After-school Programs
 Worked with school administrators at low-performing schools to start up after-school tutoring programs.
 Led training sessions for and provided supervision and support to teachers implementing the programs.
North Star Academy Charter School of Newark, Newark, NJ (8/2000-8/2001)
Mathematics Teacher
 Developed curricula for and taught seventh and eighth grade mathematics classes.
 Contributed to development of high school program and provided input into decisions about daily school operations.
North Shore Community College Upward Bound Program, Lynn, MA / Amherst, MA (summers, 1990-2001)
Mathematics Teacher/Lead Teacher
 Developed curricula for and taught college preparatory mathematics classes and aerobics classes.
 Collaborated with colleagues to develop programmatic themes and related student activities and workshops, including a sports/activities program that culminated in a program-wide fun run/race around campus.
 Developed student and staff orientation programs.
James J. Ferris High School, Jersey City, NJ (8/1990- 8/1998)
Mathematics Teacher/Curriculum Developer


RELEVANT VOLUNTEER AND OTHER EXPERIENCE
2017, 2018
Race Director
Amherst 10-Miler
Amherst, MA


November 2014
Innovator, Coordinator, Social Media Promoter and Sole Participant
150/36 for Survival
Amherst, MA


2004, 2013, 2015-2018
Member-at-Large and Social Events Coordinator, Board of Directors
Sugarloaf Mountain Athletic Club
Hadley, MA
2008, 2009


Volunteer Pacer
Vermont 100 Endurance Race
Brownsville, VT
2005-2012, 2014


President, Board of Directors
Sugarloaf Mountain Athletic Club
Hadley, MA
2005-2012


Race Director
Summit Run
Hadley, MA
2010-2011


Race Start-up Consultant and Coordinator
UMASS Dash & Dine
Amherst, MA
2009-2010


Race Start-up Consultant and Coordinator
5K for Farmland
Amherst, MA
2004 - present


Registration and timing/results support for numerous races (set up and monitor online registration, prepare registration table materials, provide necessary info to timing company, oversee posting of results)


OTHER VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
July 2012
-October 2016
Animal Caregiver/Dogwalker
Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society
Leverett, MA


July 2012
-October 2016
Lead Chef
Amherst Survival Center
Amherst, MA


July 2012
-Aug 2013
Salvage Sorter
The Food Bank of Western Mass
Hatfield, MA


Nov 2012-March 2013
Fuel Assistance Program Intake Coordinator
Amherst Survival Center
Amherst, MA


2001-2002
Project Administrator
Community FoodBank of New Jersey
Hillside, NJ


1998-2002
Wildlife Guide/Day Captain
Central Park Wildlife Center
Manhattan, NY


EDUCATION
Masters of Education in Sociology and Education - Teachers College, Columbia University
Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics - Brown University
REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

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Renee Macneil

  • Career Objective: To obtain full or part-time work in the field of writing, education, social media management, event
    coordination, training, and/or online marketing.

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Sarah Reichard

  • I am a highly organized and proactive professional offering 10 years of diverse leadership experience. Punctual and diligent planner dedicated to developing and implementinng events to enhance people's lives. A positive and empowering attitude in all situations, confidently mitigating problems with creative solutions.

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Karen Laible

  • Extensive experience managing all aspects of large and medium scaled events and project. Successfully
    builds relationships with clients, staff, and students. Ability to problem solve, research issues, and provide
    viable working solutions. Strong interpersonal and communication skills; Energetic and professional with a
    history of proven results. Solid computer skills with an ability to quickly understand new technologies.
    Proficient with Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint. Internet and social media knowledge. Self-motivated
    with strong leadership skills.

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Nicole Marszalek

  • Career Objective: Searching for the opportunity to leverage my interpersonal, design, planning, marketing and communication skills to help business gain more revenue, build their client base and achieve corporate goals. 

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Susan Carter Tropea

  • Objective: To re-enter the workplace using my interpersonal, management, organizational and customer service skills.

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John L. Burke III M.A.

  • Dynamic, decisive Professional with demonstrated ability to use well-developed planning, analytical, and interpersonal skills to achieve a consistently high level of performance. Recognized for powerful communication and organizational skills; adept at handling high pressure situations in a professional and effective manner. Proven ability to work independently, complete simultaneous projects, and meet deadlines. Strong skills in a variety of areas.

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