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Aug 2014Present

Bachelor of Science in Human Environmental Sciences

University of Alabama

Major: Food and Nutrition

Work experience

May 2014Present

Sales Associate

Part Two Boutique
  • Greet customers with a positive and welcoming attitude
  • Calculate sales prices and total purchases 
  • Call other stores to find items not held in store
  • Exchange merchandise 
  • Inventory stock and organize store
  • Recommend clothing to customers and aid their needs 
May 2014Jul 2014

Tennis Instructor

Indian Hills Country Club
  • Provide children with adequate training and encouragement at a beginning level
  • Motivate children to do their best 
  • Evaluate skills and review performance
  • Adjust teaching techniques based on the child's strengths and weaknesses
  • Encourage a nutritious diet
Jul 2013May 2014

Childcare Provider

Northridge Fitness Gym
  • Create a safe play environment for children
  • Clean toys and equipment
  • Monitor children's behaviors and activities
  • Support social development
  • Encourage good behavior
May 2013Jun 2013

Volunteer worker with children and young adults with disabilities

Southwind Camp
  • Encourage socially acceptable behavior
  • Reinforce children in a positive manner 
  • Meet needs of campers with handicap conditions
  • Teach skills such as independence and goal setting
  • Lead bible lessons

Special Awards/Recognitions

The Linley Heflin Scholarship

Organizations and Activities

Real Food Bama

  • Addressing the issues of health and wellness on campus and around the community

Best Buddies

  • Creating a one-on-one relationship with young adults/adults that have special needs

Alpha Chi Omega

  • Sorority at The University of Alabama; devoted to forming relationships and maintaining grades throughout my time as a student

Trinity Presbyterian Church

  • Praise team- violinist
  • Nursery Worker
  • Vacation Bible School Volunteer


  • Create background music and write compositions for multiple artists supporting One World One Race


  • Creating and experimenting different healthy recipes that meet nutritional guidelines

Community Service

  • Campus Life- Mentor middle school students and encourage their growth with the Lord
  • Wyldlife Leader- Mentor middle school students
  • Think Community SwimSplash Instructor- teach underprivileged children the importance of knowing how to swim
  • Tuscaloosa Temporary Emergency Services-Tornado Relief Volunteer (April-May 2011)
  • YoungLife Work Crew- Volunteer work crew at Southwind Camp


Shadow speech-pathologist on the importance of a specialized diet for patients who may have  or have had disabilities, head injuries, strokes, etc.


Instructing others how to do certain things
Critical Thinking
Using logic to determine strengths and weaknesses in a situation
Active Listening
Devoting full attention to others when they are speaking

Long-term Goals

Graduate with a 4.0

Follow through with an internship through the University of Alabama

Become a Registered Dietician 

Public speak on the importance of health and wellness

Initial Goals

Volunteer in various honors societies and clubs; especially ones relating to the Food and Nutrition field

Improve knowledge of different jobs in the Food and Nutrition field

Keep a 4.0 GPA

Develop strong study habits

Form relationships with professors