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Mary Ryan

Work experience

Sept 2018Present

NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault

MSW Campus Intern
  • Create and edit campus education & training materials including PowerPoint presentations, infographics and resource guides
  • Deliver training to NYC college campuses under New York State's "Enough is Enough" legislation programming; affirmative consent, sexual violence education, healthy masculinity, intersectionality and inclusion
  • Provide direct service to Alliance hotline; triage requests for clinical services, provide additional resources for legal aid, education, and support services
  • Manage content of the biweekly newsletter, Campus Corner, distributed to a listserve of #??
  • Develop logic models to identify program goals and desired outcomes to inform future content and maintain cohesive programming
  • Create best practice review document for implementation of needs assessments for "Enough is Enough" program evaluations administered by EIE campus providers
  • Support Technical training & Assistance and Campus programming; edit and modify program evaluations for campus-facing workshops to reflect logic models and short-term outcomes
  • Collect and export TTA evaluation survey data from 52 EIE providers; identify trends in program requests to inform the TTA and Department of Health curriculum; collaborate on EIE grant executive summary
  • Assist in the coordination of regional meetings and training; provider meetings, retaliatory behavior on campus workshop with panels of experts in gendered violence, attended by 75+ attendees of EIE providers, campus, and program staff
  • Panelist at Borough of Manhattan Community College's 5th Annual Women’s Conference; Making a Difference with Student Activism
  • Support effort to develop campus prevention and response toolkits for the Alliance and CDC; research best practices, and Title IX, Clery Act legislation
Sept 2017May 2018

Coalition for the Homeless, NYC

Social Services Intern, First Step Program
  • Managed a case load of 10 individuals, meeting weekly to discuss client's goals and progress through the program
  • Facilitated group workshops to build soft skills such as; stress management, communication, conflict resolution, and problem solving 
  • Developed a set of group workshops to engage clients in discussions regarding identity and communication approaches
  • Delivered weekly information sessions detailing the program's curriculum
  • Conducted intakes with potential clients, making assessments and writing up biopsychosocial evaluations; connected individuals to services outside of the program when needed
  • Assisted leadership in recruiting and outreach efforts, often at shelters throughout the five boroughs
  • Educated clients regarding city resources and systems; referred clients to services such as counseling, legal aid, adult education courses, and housing, advocating on the client's behalf when applicable 
  • Maintained thorough client case history and wrote detailed reports

Jan 2014Aug 2017

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, NYC

Senior Finance Manager
  • Served as project manager for design and implementation of a new
    expense management system, streamlining office-wide accounting and
    administrative processes
  • Managed PPFA Finance, Investment, and Audit committee meetings, resolutions, and materials. Acted as a liaison with board members,
    investment brokers, asset managers, and senior staff
  • Member of cross-divisional working group to revamp the national staff
    on-boarding process for over 500 employees. Analyzed and modified
    Federation-wide policies and procedures for efficiency while working to increase transparency in communications
  • Managed PPFA's employee travel program, including administration of
    Concur, maintenance of internal policies, staff communications, and
    employees' compliance with policies. Maintained relationships with
    eight travel vendors in order to ensure an ideal user experience for 500+ PPFA staff.
  • Led inter-departmental task force to vet, research, and implement
    adjustments and additions to financial and travel policies. Acted as the
    organization's point person for policy management system.
Mar 2013Jan 2014

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, NYC

Project Specialist
  • Provided logistical support for multidisciplinary meetings. Participated in the planning and on-site coordination of the National Medical Conference, which is attended by 71 affiliates from across the country.
  • Facilitated medical trainings that aim to enhance clinicians' medical knowledge, and improve the procedural quality of clinics.
  • Compiled data and prepared statistical reports for proposals and surveys for internal use by Medical Directors within the PPFA community.
  • Assisted in project management for multiple ongoing projects ensuring adherence to budgetary and timetable guidelines.
Jan 2012Mar 2013

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, NYC

Help Desk Manager
  • Acted as the representative of the internal PPFA IT department, handling all aspects of end-user communication and technical issue resolution for a staff of over 250, analyzing support statistics in order to improve response time and quality. Managed the employee IT onboarding process for all national staff.
  • Collaborated with Director on creation and implementation of department policies and project assignments.
Jul 2010Jan 2012

Datto Inc. Data Backup and Disaster Recovery, Norwalk CT

Support Manager
  • Managed a team of eighteen employees at a tech start-up, which included support technicians and front desk staff. Oversaw a 400% increase in technical support staff in 2011 to keep up with the substantial overall company growth.
  • Recruited new employees, managed technical support interview process, and oriented support staff.