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May 2012Present

Accelerated Bachelor of Science

University of Nebraska Medical Center

"With their strong academic profile, our accelerated students expect a challenging, learning-packed schedule of study heavy on critical thinking, clinical application, independent evaluation, patient-centered context and successful care outcomes. They also prize clear, concise communication and teachers as mentors. All these ingredients are integral to our Accelerated BSN Program."

(UNMC College of Nursing, Accelerated BSN)

Course Descriptions

Unofficial Transcript

Diploma (expected May, 2013)

Aug 2006May 2011

Bachelor of Arts

University of Nebraska at Omaha

A major in International Studies must meet or exceed the requirementsfor a major as specified by the College of Arts and Sciences, including at least 18 upper division credit hours. Beyond the core courses and foreign language classes, the curriculum for International Studies majors is constructed of those courses that have an international focus in disciplines such as history, political science, geography/geology, sociology, management, trade and economics, philosophy and religion, English and related courses in the fine arts and humanities. (

Unofficial Transcript


Certificate of Specializations

Leadership of AIDS in South Africa and America, Paper for Final International course work

Article written in UNO Alumni Magazine about my experience abroad

Continuing Education


Unofficial Transcript

Samples of Work

UNMC Course Descriptions

Credential Documents

Table of Contents


I. Resume

II. Unofficial Transcript

III. Diploma and Certificate

IV. UNMC Course Descriptions

V. Credential Documents


I. Professional Credentials

II. Education

III. Continuing Education

IV. Job Appraisals and References

V. Samples of Work

VI. Presentations

VII. Professional Associations

VIII. Awards

IX. Other Professional Activities

X. Volunteer Activities

XI. Accomplishments

XII. Scholarly Papers/Presentations


World AIDS Day

Creator, organizer, and planner of the World AIDS Day celebration at the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2009 and 2010. In 2009, I was working on the project abroad from South Africa while working in an HIV Clinic while projects were taking place in Omaha. In 2010, I was back in the United States working on projects in Omaha for World AIDS Day including a health fair, panel discussion, and Dance Marathon that raised funds for Project Kindle and the Nebraska AIDS Project. 

Volunteer Activities

Nebraska AIDS Project

Nebraska AIDS Project is a not for profit organization that is determined to lead the community in the fight to overcome HIV/AIDS and its stigma through education, supportive services and advocacy. (Nebraska AIDS Project)

I volunteered as an HIV testing counselor and special events volunteer. Within these roles I performed several tasks. As a testing counselor, I interviewed patients and received their sexual health history, discovered what they determined their risk behaviors to be compared to the actual risk in which they were parttaking, and developed an action plan to promote a safer, healthier lifestyle for each client. As a special events volunteer, I helped to implement some of Nebraska AIDS Project’s signature events. Working at each event was part of my responsibility as well. The events included the Omaha AIDS Walk, Dining Out For Life, and Night of a Thousand Stars events.  

This experience gave me a great foundation for taking health histories, taking assessments and developing achievable, measurable goals for the clients. As a volunteer at the Nebraska AIDS Project, I gained an opportunity to interact with patients on a different level than has been afforded through previous positions. It taught me how to ask questions, communicate clearly and how to work with different types of people. During my interactions with clients I gained insight into different populations and learned how to deal with uncomfortable situations.

Nebraska Medical Center- Pediatrics Department

The Nebraska Medical Center is a hospital in Omaha, Nebraska known for its excellence, innovation, and quality care. The Nebraska Medical Center serves as a trauma hospital three times a week and provides leading care in the areas of oncology, neurology and cardiology. The hospital provides an opportunity for the children to have volunteers come visit during their stay to provide stimulation and a way to expend pent-up energy they might have. (Nebraska Medical Center)

As a volunteer at the Nebraska Medical Center, I played with sick children whose illnesses ranged from cancer to routine surgeries. During my time at the hospital, I provided a wide range of activities as an outlet for the children including reading books, watching movies, playing video games, and visiting the playroom. My role was to provide a distraction from their illness and be a friend rather than another authority figure.

Spending my Saturdays at the Medical Center with children opened me to a new population within the hospital that I had not worked with previously. This was a great opportunity and taught me how to interact with children on a new level. Volunteering also showed me not just the nursing side, but what it was like for some children to grow up in a hospital. This provided me with my first opportunity at family and patient centered care, which I have built upon in my first semester as an accelerated nursing student.

Professional Associations

Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing--Active Member

Omicron Delta Kappa:

·Lifetime Member

·Elected President 2009 & 2010

·Attended Regional Conference 2009

·Selected to participate in Campus Leaders Today, Community Leaders Tomorrow (CLT2) Conference

·Organized Omicron Delta Kappa Day of Service 2009 & 2010

·Nominated as a student representative on the Omicron Delta Kappa Strategic Planning student Taskforce

Awards and Recognition

-Recipient of a Regents Scholarship to UNMC College of Nursing (2012)

-Dean's List (2006-2013)

-Magna Cum Laude (2011)

-Chancellor's List (2010)

-Featured in UNO Alumni Magazine for World AIDS Day (2010)

-Only recipient of a scholarship from the Nebraska Foundation to initiate a service learning project abroad           (2009)

-Featured in Today’s Omaha Woman for World AIDS Day (2009)

Other Professional Activities

-Child Development and Risk Assessments at Everett CLC and Trinity Child Care Center (2012)

-Risk Assessment on Nebraska Farms (2012)

-Health Assessment Screening at Gramercy Hill Assisted and Independent living center (2012)

-Public Screenings and Assessments at Clinic with a Heart in Lincoln, NE (2012)

-Focus group on Civic Engagement (2010)

-University of Nebraska at Omaha strategic planning forum student representative (2009 & 2010)

-World AIDS Day Health Fair at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (2009 & 2010)

-Selected from students among the nation to attend Campus Leaders Today,Community Leaders  Tomorrow (CLT2) Conference (2009)

-Selected to be a student representative on the Omicron Delta Kappa Strategic planning student task force         (2009)

-Member of the Chancellor’s Advisory Board on Service Learning (2009)            


White Coat Ceremony

University of Nebraska Medical Center

HIV Prevention Counseling Training

Douglas County Health Department

Immunization Record

University of Nebraska Medical Center
Mar 2014

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

American Heart Association
Jan 2013

Pharmacy Technician

State of Nebraska