Work experience

Work experience
May 2010 - Jul 2010

Teen Leadership Program Group Leader

Wyman Center

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervise high school juniors for the duration of (2) nine day college exploration trips
  • Supervise high school seniors for the duration of (2) seven day community engagement trips
  • Develop and implement meaningful programming activities pertaining to college exploration and community development
  • Create leadership opportunities for teens, stimulate active participation in debriefing activities, and counsel youth facing difficulties in any area of the Teen Leadership Program
Aug 2004 - Aug 2006

Hostess/To Go Person

Red Lobster Restaurant

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Consistently maintain a clean and pleasant lobby atmosphere
  • Organize parties on wait lists, answer phones, and assist guests with general questions
  • Obtain customer to-go orders in-person and over the phone using the POS system
  • Collect accurate payment from guests and routinely provide exceptional customer service
Jun 2005 - Jul 2005

Pharmacy Technician

Walgreens Career Explorers Program

About the Program:

  • Taught by phramacy professionals at the St. Louis College of Pharmacy, this program provides talented high school students with an introduction to college level coursework that focuses on teaching students the history of pharmacy practice, how to read prescription abbreviations, and  how to calculate accurate dosages for filling prescriptions
  • Students also participate in laboratory compounding exercises developing lip balm and anti-itch creams, as well as spend several weeks working as a registered pharmacy technician at a local Walgreens retail site
Jun 2004 - Aug 2004

Summer Intern

Polsinelli, Shalton, Welte, Suelthaus PC

About the Program:

  • Sponsored by the St. Louis Internship Program, this experience provides exceptional high school students with opportunities for exposure to the corporate business world
  • Working closely with secretaries and paralegals assisting with research, creating memos, and filing depositions, this corporate law internship trains students to adapt to constantly changing business practices, perfect their written and verbal communication skills, and understand the fundamentals of business etiquette and networking in a professional environment




I am a young professional looking to explore entry-level opportunities in non-profit organization management and health care administration. I am particularly interested in programs that allow me to work directly with at-risk and disadvantaged populations administering social support programs that provide advocacy, promote independence, and encourage active participation and engagement in the local community. I enjoy interacting with people of all ages, building meaningful relationships, and helping others to develop and realize their full potential regardless of past obstacles. We all have strengths, talents, and abilities. It is up to us to discover our own and help others along the way whenever possible. 


Entrepreneurship, Professional Networking, Community Outreach and Support Services, Health Care Policy, and Health Care Administration