• Knoxville, Tennessee

Tamora McLemore

Undergraduate Student Concentrating in Retail and Consumer Sciences

Work History

Work History

Part-time Keyholder

Aug 2014 - Present
Garage Clothing

Accountable for achieving and surpassing store business targets, including sales and productivity measures, labor management, customer satisfaction and inventory shrinkage as well as personal objectives. Responsible for promoting a positive shopping experience by focusing staff on the importance of connecting with customers. Expected to manage and delegate various tasks/duties to optimize sales productivity and the overall customer experience. Expected to promote an environment that encourages participation, creativity and learning by sharing best practices and building the ideas of others.

Education

Education

BS in Retail and Consumer Science with a Minor in Business Administration

Aug 2013 - Present
University of Tennessee in Knoxville

Provides students with valuable knowledge and experience in regard to the retailing industry. Classes included within the undergraduate study range from merchandising and buying, to consumer behavior patterns. Course work is exceptionally hands-on and includes exercises that practice and stress the importance of professionalism.

Skills

Skills

Creativity

Original, inventive, and imaginative. Thoroughly enjoys brainstorming in order to come up with ideas that are not only different, but also captivating.

Passion

Driven and determined until the goal is not only met but often surpassed. Aspired to inspire, keeping the drive universal within a project or goal. Sees objectives out to the finish line.

Innovation

Thinks outside of the box. Enjoys being resourceful and finding new and more efficient ways to perform tasks.

Leadership

Has led in the workforce, in organizations, and in concentrated course studies. Genuinely connects with members of a team in order to reach a projected vision/goal.