Gainsworth Scott

Work History

Work History
Nov 2009 - Present

Graduate Aide (Project Manager)

New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

·Created and maintained SharePoint divisional sites for collaboration on special projects as well as administering security permissions for site access.Held meetings involving various division and bureau staff in order to acquire and analyze key information for the implementation of a new agency wide initiative; one of which is projected to significantly improve the efficiency of bureau business processes.

·Managed the daily calendar for the Deputy Commissioner of Finance and Planning, coordinating schedules and meetings as needed.

·Conducted procurement processes, and budget modifications for Office of the Chief Operating Officer.

Dec 2007 - May 2008

College Intern (Adjudication Assistant)

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services

·Worked in the fraud unit interviewing applicants seeking permanent residency based on employment or marriage; worked with U.S. Immigration Customs Enforcement in dealing with individuals in violation of their VISA, as well as those with outstanding warrants.

·Conducted other daily duties such as finger printing applicants, obtaining approval to forward Motions to Reconsider, and relaying application information from Adjudication Officers.

Sep 2006 - Jan 2007

Prosecution Support Services Intern (Office Clerk)

New York County District Attorney's Office

·Analyzed and gathered information from New York City Police Departmentand Manhattan District Attorney databases for open and pending cases.


Aug 2009 - Present

Master of Public Administration

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY

Master of Public Administration, Inspector General Program

Degree Concentrations:

·Organizational Assessment and Monitoring

·Investigation and Operational Inspection

Relevent Coursework:

·Investigative Techniques

·Human Resources Management

·Ethics, Integrity and Accountability

·Public Sector Inspection and Oversight

·Public Sector Accounting and Auditing

·Program Development and Evaluation

·Organization Theory and Management

·Organizational Performance Assessment

·Research Methods in Public Administration

Aug 2004 - May 2008

Bachelor of Arts

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY

 Relevent Courswork:

·Culture and Crime·Applied Anthropology·International Economics·International Criminology·International Human Rights·Criminal Justice in Eastern Europe·US Foreign Policy in Latin America ·Comparative Criminal Justice Systems·Sociology of Conflict and Dispute Resolution·Gender Issues in International Criminal Justice



Data Entry (80 WPM)

NYS Driver's License

Microsoft Office


Anthropology, Sociology, Philosophy, Criminology, International Relations, International Human Rights, Investigations, Law Enforcement, Counter-Terrorism, Research, Evaluation, Project Management, Protection Management, Emergency Management.