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Bailee E. Koehler

Arizona State Honors Sophomore

Work History

December 2015present

Administrative Intern

K.K. Tool Company (Springfield, Ohio)
  • Completed administrative tasks such as logging job progress, material entries and shop orders using FileMaker Pro technology.
  • Performed jobs such as important and classified document organization, maintaining food services and creating more efficient processes for a 40+ year old operation.
  • Integrated more technological processes and storage for essential information for short and long term manufacturing efficiency. Gained knowledge on day-to-day business and manufacturing operations.
December 2015March 2016

Alumni Relations Specialist

Tell-A-Devil Network (Tempe, Arizona)
  • Conversed with alumni and raised funds for ASU Foundation university-wide programs and scholarships.
  • Informed up to 50 Arizona State University Alumni a day about campus happenings and details.
  • Used technology such as SmartCall and PowerPoint when calling alumni in hopes of committing a monetary donation.
  • Mastered interpersonal and communication skills as a caller.



Bachelor of Science, Supply Chain Management

Arizona State University (Tempe, Arizona)

Barrett, the Honors College

W.P. Carey School of Business

Leadership & Involvement

January 2016present

Alpha Kappa Psi

Arizona State University (Tempe, Arizona)
  • Member of the Gamma Rho pledge class as the Executive Board Administrative Assistant.
  • Maintained record of each pledge brothers’ required events and credit hours for Philanthropy, Professionalism, Fundraising and Pledgehood.
  • Recorded precise and comprehensive minutes for pledge class meetings and communicated with committee chairs to accumulate attendance for every event
August 2015present

Young Life College

Arizona State University (Tempe, Arizona)
  • Collaborate with members of inter-denominational Christian campus ministries.
  • Actively participate in and contribute to weekly club, social, large group and small group meetings and discussions.
  • Involved in extensive, semester-long leadership training through Young Life in order to serve students at an area school.


August 1921, 2016

Camp Carey Facilitator

W.P. Carey School of Business (Tempe, Arizona)
  • Led 8 freshmen upon their entrance into college with a weekend of team-building and business-oriented challenges.
  • Served as a mentor and resource as freshman campers created an event for the Coca-Cola corporate challenge to be potentially implemented by Arizona State and the athletic department.
  • Guided incoming students as a camp facilitator, building their leadership skills and collaborating with a co-facilitator.
July 2016August 2016

Young Life Camp Summer Staff

Clearwater Cove – A Young Life Camp (Lampe, Missouri)
  • Served as an adventure course operator and daily practiced the highest safety standards while working with groups of 10 or more students and leaders.
  • Participated in several day-long trainings to learn safety and emergency procedures, the adventure course, and three exit options including two auto-belays and one zip line.
  • Acted with patience and understanding as campers adjusted to and accomplished various elements and exits of the adventure course. Interacted with middle school, high school and special needs campers as well as their adult leaders.
  • Volunteered for five weeks to contribute to the ministry of Young Life practically and to grow spiritually in community.