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Bianca Lisek

My objective to work for an investigative state or federal agency. I am interested in preventing and deterring crime from both first time offenders and the recidivism of former offenders. In this career setting, I can apply my educational background in Anthropology and Criminology.

Work Experience

Aug 2018Present 

Student Intern

Social Security Administration - Office of Inspector General (SSA-OIG)

16 hours a week 

- Less than Full Access Certified in California Law Enforcement Telecommunication System (CLETS)

- Present cases of residential fraud to the U.S Prosecutors 

- Build residency fraud cases by cross analyzing border crossing data with Supplemental Security Income (SSI) direct deposits, SSA office visits, and doctor appointments

- Created physical evidence by burning CD's with recordings of interviews conducted by the OIG Special Agent. Interviews were conducted with individuals suspected of conducting residency fraud with the attempt to receive a verbal confession

- Researched/printed off criminal histories and drivers license information of suspects

Aug 2017Present

International Programs Student Assistant 

San Diego State University (SDSU) - College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) Deans Office

20 hours a week

- Answer student emails and in-person inquiries about the CHHS International Experience Requirements

- Actively update our website using Word Press, and specialize in creating tables and spreadsheets for data entry and analysis

- Receive outbound calls and make inbound calls to students, parents, faculty, and staff 

- Redesign and enhance promotional materials

- Complete Travel Expense Claims for Group Leaders of the study abroad programs in order  to process their out-of-pocket expenses and issue out their reimbursements efficiently 

- Convey informative and engaging presentations to students about their international experience requirements and present them with study abroad options 

- Teaching Assistant for the SDSU courses associated with the study abroad programs: grade assignments, post course materials on Blackboard, contact students about late assignments, add/drop students from Blackboard 

- Trained undergraduate student assistants in our office

Jun 2018Aug 2018

Student Intern

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Adult Parole Division, Seaport GPS Unit 

16 hours a week

- Assisted agents in residential visits

- Assisted agents and various law enforcement task forces in operations such as compliance checks

- Conducted plain-view searches of subjects living space

- Administered Anti-Narcotic drug tests (ANTs)

- Updated the Strategic Offender Management System (SOMS)

- Tracked down transient subjects using the VeriTracks GPS system

- Assisted agents in corresponding with and visiting other San Diego law enforcement agencies to discuss information about subjects

- Assisted in installation and deactivation of subjects GPS devices

- Corresponded with and visited HOPE, the sex offender counseling/treatment center in San Diego

- Assisted in completion of and filing of documents regarding the subjects 

Sept 2015May 2016

Archivist Processing Intern

University of California Riverside  Special Collections Rivera Library

17-19 hours a week

- Organized, arranged, and described multiple boxes of archival collections

- Created "finding aids" using Archivist Toolkit software

- Checked out and returned collections using the computer software Aeon

- Published collections for researchers online, on the Online Archive of California

Jun 2012Jun 2013

Emergency Room Department Volunteer

Tri City Medical Hospital

8 Hours a week 

- Delivered prescriptions

Maintained the stock room

- Cleaned rooms and gurneys

- Made up patient beds

- Brought patient’s and guest’s food and water

Jun 2006Jun 2012

Fourth Grade Classroom Volunteer

Maranatha Chapel

3 Hours a week

- Prepared classroom activities and proceeded to lead them

- Helped children with their class work

- Graded their class work and homework

- Prepared water and snacks for the children when they watched movies in class

Education

Aug 2017Present 

Masters of Science (M.S) - Criminal Justice and Criminology

San Diego State University

College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts - School of Public Affairs 

Expected Graduation Date: May 2019

Current Cumulative GPA: 3.63

Sep 2013Jun 2017

Bachelors of Science (B.S.) - Anthropology

University of California - Riverside

College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHASS)

Graduation Date: June 18, 2017

Overall GPA: 3.15

Qualifications 

 Maintained confidential records

Exceptional multitasking and problem solving skills

- Organized and punctual 

- Hard working and dedicated in every task

Outstanding community/student/patient relationship and communication skills

 

Skills

Individual and Team Work
Communication Skills 
Fluency in English: Understanding, Speaking, Writing, and Reading

Native language 

Internet Explorer, Safari, Google Chrome, LinkedIn, and Email
 Word Press
Microsoft Word, Open Office Writer, Google Docs
Microsoft Powerpoint, Open Office Impress, Google Slides
Microsoft Excel, Open Office Calc, Google Sheets
Library Databases, Aeon, Archivist Toolkit
Typing Speed 

228 CPM, 46 Words Per Minute (WPM)

Achievements

- Less than Full Access Certification in California Law Enforcement Telecommunication System (CLETS): Sept. 21, 2018 

- Deans Honors List:  UC Riverside: Spring Quarter 2017 

                                          UC Riverside: Fall Quarter 2015

- National Honor Society: 2013

- California Scholarship Foundation: 2009