- Baltimore MD
- (443) 799-6723
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• Provided pastoral care as needed for participants in the ESC Maryland program, both individually and as a community.
• Designed and executed reflection workshops on a number of topics, including communication style awareness and conflict resolution.
• Recruited external resources to help enrich the program and troubleshoot ongoing challenges.
• Networked with community businesses and other churches resulting in shared resources, new community liturgies, and greater neighborhood awareness of Holy Apostles.
• Recruited a sustainability team to evaluate financial and human resources, building a development plan and coordinating clear communication between stakeholders.
• Reworked parish stewardship model towards a team-led, year-round spiritual practice, increasing participation and giving year-over-year.
• Supervised renewal of youth and children's ministries leading to a greatly expanded youth group and the implementation of inter-generational and children's worship.
• Worked with vendors, donors, and vestry to develop new branding for the church, including a new logo and styling used across web, social media, and printed platforms.
• Increased average weekly attendance by 24% 2014 over 2013.
• Leveraged church resources to increase projected 2015 revenue by 27% over 2014.
• Built a newcomer focused weeknight alternative Eucharist w/fellowship and study.
• Provided pastoral care and redevelopment guidance to a family-size congregation in a rapidly changing urban community.
• Developed web, social media, and direct-mail marketing campaigns.
• Supervised and performed medical care responding to residential and industrial emergencies.
• Lectured for undergraduate-level paramedic training courses in pathology, physiology, pharmacology, emergency management, and self-care.
• Trained students in the field, engaging a variety of learning styles with mentorship that emphasized character and professionalism.
• Developed a comprehensive formation program for grades 6-12.
• Planned and supervised special events and outreach opportunities for youth group.
• Recruited, trained, and maintained a corps of adult volunteers.
• Created a unique confirmation program for ages 14 and up.
• Designed and maintained the parish website.
• Assisted in development of newcomer and young adult (20s and 30s) community.
• Worked in a team to plan and execute transport of critical, emergency, and high risk pediatric patients.
• Maintained and kept inventory of equipment
• Performed advanced life support and critical care skills on a wide range of cases in prehospital and hospital settings.
• Provided Spiritual Care to patients and staff in a healthcare system encompassing three major hospitals in the culturally diverse area of downtown Toronto.
• Researched a wide array of religious and cultural norms and values in the context of a medical setting and advised staff on how to proceed.
• Acted as a liaison between patients, families, and medical professionals, ensuring that patients could make informed decisions and have their desires respected.
• Provided one-on-one care of mentally and physically challenged children involved in camp experience with a focus on personal growth and community participation.
• Provided for first aid and pharmaceutical distribution for all campers.
• Supervised operations for one of the nation’s largest Student Governments, administrating an annual budget in excess of a million dollars.
• Led a staff of twenty plus employees in departments including diversity education, government affairs (primarily state level lobbying), legal aid, marketing, outreach, constituent assistance, finance, logistics, and others.
• Spearheaded organizational restructuring leading to greater efficiency and organizational responsiveness.
• Advanced through several positions within a residential, arts-focused, honors program.
• Responsibilities centered on student leader development and service-learning.
• Administrated student-run extracurricular groups.
• Planned and executed service-based “Alternative Spring Break” trips.
• Built from the ground up a not-for-profit theater program to engage youth in the arts.
• Age range of fifteen to twenty-five connected at-risk high school students with developing professionals in the field.
• Oversaw budgeting and financing of productions, play selection, staffing, supervised artistic direction, supervision of youth participants, and marketing.
Multidisciplinary course of study with a personal emphasis on counseling, pastoral care, and ethics. Highlights included a study abroad in Nicaragua focusing on third world solidarity, internships focusing on youth development, homeless outreach, and ecumenical worship leadership.
Major in Psychology, minors (cognates) in history and political science. Extracurricular activities resulted in paid positions supervising student activity groups within the Residential Option in Arts & Letters program, and overseeing operations of the student government.
Intensive program completing requirements for certification as a Nationally Registered Paramedic