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Work History

Nov 2015Present

Independent Contractor/Sole Proprietor

Contract transcontinentally for linguistic and web-optimization services.

  • Appen (AU): Optimization of web search autocompletion
  • Worldwide: Copywriting, translation
Apr 2015Aug 2015

Scheduling Coordinator

  • Create, organize schedules, working hours of sales employees.
  • Schedule, direct and manage relations with customers.
Feb 2015Apr 2015

File Clerk/Runner

Kivel & Howard, LLP
  • File, organize, scan documents and records.
  • Improve or adjust filing systems as necessary.
  • Purge, log, old files. Back-up new files.
Nov 2012Feb 2015

Missionary, District Leader

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • Individually and collectively managed, instructed, and supported small groups (5-10 persons) of other missionaries — increased local numbers by 75%
  • Worked alongside President of mission in Tucson, Arizona in distributing and managing other missionaries — dramatically increased individual effectiveness of missionaries
  • Assisted in addiction-recovery services
  • Performed public acts of service (e.g. food kitchen, home-building, street-cleaning)
Feb 2012Jun 2012

Courtesy Clerk

  • Generally worked in customer service situations.
  • Performed reparative tasks.
  • Worked with industrial equipment.
Jan 2004Sep 2011

Childcare Provider

Various Families
  • Performed managerial and loving childcare tasks.
  • Performed house-care work.


Apr 2016Present

BS in Marriage and Family Studies

Brigham Young University - Idaho
Sep 2007Jun 2011

High School Diploma

Health and Science School
  • Magnet school — specialized in college-level courses Junior and Senior year, and provided a number of college credits at a reduced cost in cooperation with Portland State University and Project Lead the Way.


To work in an environment that provides daily challenges for me, in which I may use my skills to their full extent whilst providing services and benefits to those who need them.


I have so many interests, I can be likened to a child. From writing to going to batting cages, from driving to cooking, I enjoy far more things than most. You could try to find something I don't enjoy, but you'd be hard-pressed to do so.

In terms of "solo" activities, I enjoy writing and independently learning. I've written a few short books, and am working on other, longer ones. I also enjoy writing letters to people, as they're one of the more personal forms of communication that doesn't consist of actually being with someone. In terms of learning, I am rather curious, and sometimes spend hours browsing the internet and books learning about various things around the world, often in terms of "why," "how," and "what," rather than "when," "where," and "who."

I occasionally enjoy reading for recreation as well, though occurrences are far and few between. However, when I do, the genre is generally science fiction; on rare occasions it may be mystery.

In addition, I enjoy DIY projects. One such project I've worked on involved assembling a high-powered infrared laser from the bare components; some planned ones involve manipulating the circuit boards in disposable cameras.

In terms of group activities, there is a plethora of things I enjoy—so many, in fact, that they can't possibly all be named here, at least not in an engaging fashion.

Generally speaking, anything that involves social interaction will be enjoyable to me. Some standard date ideas are things I simply enjoy doing, such as eating dinner with only one other person.

Things such as museums also interest me, be they for ancient history or filled with things recovered from a recent disaster.

Learning about others' lives also fascinates me, and I always enjoy hearing other's life stories, even if they only have twenty years down.


  • Eagle Scout award (2011)
    • Organized and headed fundraising efforts
    • Procured donations: food, money, and materials
    • Organized and headed construction of eight-by-six tool shed for former high school
  • Departmental Honors in Writing (2011)
    • Received in recognition of professional level of writing
    • Sole recipient among 83 students
  • Presidential Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence (2011)
    • Of 83 students, given to approx. 15 students