Summary

CORE SKILLS THAT FRED BRINGS TO THE TABLE:

·Communication: Highly developed public speaking and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated passion and command of a variety of communicative methods to resolve conflict, relate to clients, and assist colleagues.

·    International Experience: Extensive international work, study, and traveling experience that facilitates understanding and communication with colleagues and clients of diverse cultural and national backgrounds.

·Written Communication: Published researcher, editor, and poet. Ability to convey complex ideas in clear, concise words, and also extract important details from written words, graphs, or tables.

·Creativity:Innovative mindset and talent to approach assignments in a creative manner, to think outside the box, and to generate original ideas.

·Teamwork:Proven capacity to work as a successful member of a team in a variety of roles and context establishing constructive working relationships.

·Leadership:Demonstrated organizational and management skills to guide individuals and groups in the completion of tasks and fulfillment of goals.

·Analytical Thinking:Established aptitude for logical thinking and systematic approach to conceptualize future needs, identify problems, and find solutions.

·Versatility:Developed transferable skill set to adapt to a wide variety of situations and tasks and to manage multiple assignments simultaneously.

Work History

Work History
Jan 2012 - Present

Math Teacher

Trinity Learning Center

Algebra Instructor.

2009 - 2011

Program Director/Instructor

BOYU Education
  • Expanded to program, as a Board of Directors member,  to three branches: SAT Preparation; Adult Education; Business Communication. 
  • Oversaw the SAT Preparation branch of the company.
  • Instructed SAT Preparation and Business Communication courses. 
Feb 2009 - Jul 2010

Communication Instructor

Missouri State University

  • LNU-MSU College of International Business 
  • Prepared international students for success in a variety of speaking situations.
  • Introduced first year students to organizational and academic research methodology.
  • Provided guidance to academic clubs and coordination for various university events.
Sep 2006 - Feb 2009

Construction Coordinator

McKay Quality Construction

  • Evaluated costs and calculated bids.
  • Managed work crews and coordinated construction projects.
May 2008 - Jul 2008

Assistant Director

H.O.D. Youth Choir

  • Coordinated activities and rehearsals for youth choir.
  • Mentored at-risk teenagers.
Aug 2005 - Aug 2006

Graduate Instructor

University of Arkansas

  • Instructed undergraduate students on the Fundamentals of Communication. 
  • Developed and implemented original lesson plans.
2005

Group Leader

AMOR Community Development

  • Led volunteer groups in constructing houses.
  • Organized youth programs and free medical clinics.

Education

Education
2006

University of Oxford

Visiting Scholar

2006

University of Cambridge

Visiting Scholar

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