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Work experience

Feb 2008Present

Executive Assistant

S & C Analysis


Jan 2002Dec 2005


Long Island University--C.W. Post Campus
Aug 1995May 1998


Binghamton University
Aug 1994May 1995

University of Rochester

Charitable Activities

Volunteered for-- "Reach Out for Hospital Youth" Program at L.I.J. Hospital in Manhasset, NY with chidlren who are inflicted with I.B.D. (irritable bowel syndrome) & ulcerative colitis, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Middle Earth in Bellmore, NY (suicide hotline), rape hotline, soup kitchens, food drives, tutored learning disabled children, helped organize fundraising activities at Binghamton University


Richard Dulberg has applied his analytical, interpersonal, and communication skills in a diversity of professional roles. The New York state resident has supplied therapeutic assistance to children and teenagers diagnosed with emotional, developmental, and educational disabilities; managed the payroll for multimillion dollar cosmetic enterprises; and instructed middle and high school students. Today, Richard Dulberg uses his capabilities as an Executive Assistant at S & C Analysis, Ltd., in Bellmore. Since accepting the position in 2008, Richard Dulberg has performed bookkeeping tasks, employed statistical analysis, and handled the company’s payroll data. In addition, he has carried out customer service duties and coordinated client appointments. Before joining S & C Analysis, Richard Dulberg served as a social studies teacher and substitute teacher from 2006 to 2007. In prior years, he served in posts in the mental health field, most recently assisting adults diagnosed with psychological issues as a Rehabilitation Associate with Federation of Organizations. Very early in his professional life, Richard Dulberg volunteered for North Shore University Hospital as part of the program Reach Out for Youth with Ileitis and Colitis, Inc., a cause he remains active with to this day. Richard Dulberg earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from Binghamton University and a Master of Science in Education from Long Island University. An excellent student, Dulberg placed on the dean’s list at both educational establishments, while also finding the time to volunteer at a soup kitchen and for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. In his leisure time, Richard Dulberg enjoys writing poetry and visiting historical sites in his home state. He also maintains a membership with the Long Island Council for Social Studies.


Member of Long Island Council for Social Studies, Volunteering at Central Nassau Guidance & Counseling Center in Hicksville, NY with mentally ill adults, work at soup kitchens in Nassau County, NY during Thanksgiving and other holidays (depending on my availability), help with food drives during the holidays for the homeless, writing poetry, traveling to historical places throughout NY, spending time with my 3-year-old twin nephews