Work History

Work History
Dec 2009 - Present

Coordinator Technology Resources

The College of New Rochelle
  • Managed online event postings, news, emails, and content
  • Increased online giving through strategic website design and email communications
  • Supervised student workers
  • Prepared statistical analysis website user data
  • Oct 2007 - Dec 2009

    Alumnae/i Relations Assistant

    The College of New Rochelle
    • Managed event mailings, online postings, and event planning
    • Supervised student workers
    • Maintained alumnae/i database
    • Prepared statistical analysis of events
    • Created and executed new website for Alumnae/i Office
    May 2006 - Oct 2007

    HR Generalist

    Media Planning Group
    • Handled all entry level recruiting for all regional offices
    • Completed necessary paperwork for new hires and employees in accordance with SOX Compliance
    • Coordinated weekly meetings for the department as well as other HR related tasks

    Education

    Education
    Aug 2002 - May 2006

    Bachelors of Arts

    State University of New York at Cortland

    Grade Point Average: 3.15Psychology Grade Point Average: 3.42

    Psychology Club President(2004-2006), Psychology Club Treasurer (2003)HONORS: Psychology Honors Society President (Psi Chi Honors Society)Graduated Cum Laude

    Internships:Career Assistant Intern Career Services, State University of New York at Cortland 2005-2006

    • Advised students on resume writing, qualifications needed for their degrees and majors
    • Helped students define their career goals
    • Interacted with students and faculty as a counselor and during workshops and events

    Human Resources Intern Human Resources Department, State University of New York at Cortland 2005-2006

    • Established, revised, and edited policies for employees on campus (specifically the Unclassified Employee Handbook)
    • Prepared a seminar on interviewing for the Management/Confidential employees

    Research Assistant Position:Cognitive and Social Judgment Study State University of New York at Cortland 2004-2006

    • Administered a Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT) and a Naturalistic Judgment to participants
    • Dealt with confidential material in reference to the relation between social judgments of others and cognitive abilities of the participant for four credits