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Sarah Alley

  • Milford Ohio
  • 5135028822


Overall GPA: 3.906

GRE Scores:

  • Verbal Reasoning: 150
  • Quantitative Reasoning: 155
  • Analytical Writing: 4.0

Work History/Experience

Jun 2011Present

Softball/Pitching Instructor

DNA Sports Center
  • Work with female athletes on technique of pitching, hitting, and fielding.  
  • Interned summer of 2013 working with Parisi Speed and Agility and the Strength and Conditioning Program. 
  • Assisted in running warm-ups and writing strength workouts for select groups.
Jun 2015Jul 2015

Community Life/Food Service Student Intern

Pinebrook Retirement Community
  • Helped plan events for residents

  • Set up meetings with vendors
  • Worked with residents on exercise programs and wellness
  • Attended a U.S. Foods, food show with Chef Don Munro to test foods for special low sodium diets on the assisted living floor
  • Served food
  • Helped prepare meals for residents
  • Designed and implemented an exercise class
  • Prepared informational brochure for education on Healthy Aging: exercise
  • Designed flyers and informational bulletins
May 2013Aug 2013


DNA Sports Center
  • Internship at DNA: Parisi speed school and strength and conditioning summer
  • Performed interviews
  • Developed a strength program for a summer class
Aug 2008Jun 2011

Softball/Pitching Instructor

Champions Baseball Academy
  • Worked with female athletes on softball pitching and hitting technique  
  • Organized and worked multiple softball skill camps
  • Performed administrative duties to register new clientele at the facility


Aug 2011Present

Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and Exercise Science

Ashland University

Bachelor of Science in Dietetics:

To become a Registered Dietitian (RD) and practitioner in a clinical, community, food industry and/or foodservice area of nutrition.   Completion of degree requirements will result in being awarded a B.S. degree and a Verification Statement of completion of the AU Didactic Program in Nutrition and Dietetics.  The AU DP consists of traditional classroom and laboratory classes and experiences and is designed to be completed in four-years.  Following completion of the program, the completion of an accredited dietetic internship program is required before students are eligible to take the registration examination and obtain the Registered Dietitian (RD) credential.

Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science:   

The program of Exercise Science is designed to help students understand the physiology of the human body at rest and during times of physical stress, with the goal of improving human performance.  It also allows students to be able to assess the fitness level of apparently healthy individuals and those with known pathology, as well as instructing them how to prescribe and develop appropriate exercise and lifestyle modification programs to assist clients in achieving their fitness and/or rehabilitation goals.

Professional Memberships and Certifications

Feb 2016Feb 2021

ServSafe Alcohol Training Certification

The ServSafe Alcohol® program prepares bartenders, servers, hosts, bussers, valets, bouncers and all front-of-house staff to effectively and safely handle difficult situations in your operation.

Apr 2014Apr 2019

ServSafe Food Production Manager  Certification

Sherman Brown, SVP, National Restaurant Association Solutions

Successfully completed the standards set forth for the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification Examination, which is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-Conference for Food Protection (CFP).

Sep 2015Present

National Institutes of Health (NIH) training

The National Institutes of Health Office of Extramural Research

Upon completion of the NIH course "Protecting Human Subjects in Research," learners should be able to:

  • Describe the history and importance of human subjects protections
  • Identify research activities that involve human subjects
  • Discover the risks a research project might pose to participants
  • Understand how to minimize the risks posed by a research project
  • Describe additional protections needed for vulnerable populations
  • Understand additional issues that should be considered for international research
  • Describe appropriate procedures for recruiting research participants and obtaining informed consent
  • Identify the different committees that monitor human subjects protections
  • Understand the importance of study design in the protection of research participants
May 2015May 2016

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Membership

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is the world's largest organization of food and dietetics practitioners — more than 75,000 members, with more joining every day — and as the Academy grows, so does the number and variety of benefits we offer to our members. The combination of a diverse and growing membership and the dynamic field of nutrition and dietetics requires a broad and ever-changing array of benefits to meet the needs of members whose interests, skills, backgrounds, and experience span the entire profession. And the Academy provides just that, with a multitude of products and services designed to help our members develop their skills, advance their careers, and achieve their professional goals.


Time Management

  • Student Athlete: Varsity Softball Player Ashland University (Fall 2011-present)
  • Dietetics Mentor (Fall 2014-present)
  • Chemistry Tutor (Fall 2014-present)
  • Statistics Tutor (Fall 2014-present)
  • Organic Chemistry Tutor (Fall 2015-present)
  • Member Student Dietetic Association (Spring 2013-present)
  • Member Exercise Science Club (Fall 2011-present)
  • Member of Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) (Fall 2011-present)
  • Pitching Instructor at DNA Sports Center (Summer 2011-present)


  • Dietetic Mentor Program: Mentor athletes in the dietetics program. Help them with time management of a student athlete and standards of dietetics program.
  • Ashland Tutoring Services: Chemistry, statistics, and organic chemistry tutor
  • Manager and Organizer of Softball Clinics: various age groups; offense and defense training with focus on footwork, glove skills, tracking and power 
    • December 2015
    • November 2014
    • July 2011
  • Represented student athletes by voting on NCAA legislation as a member of SAAC


  • Assistant coached 12U Cincy Doom (Summer 2013)
  • Head Coached 13U Cincy Doom (Winter 2013-Summer 2014)
  • Pitching Instructor (2010 – present)

Supplementary Activities

  • Conducted undergraduate research  assessing menu labeling and the Health Belief Model (Fall 2015)
  • Completed dietary analyses and assisted in athletic nutrition counseling (Fall 2015)


  • Member of Student Dietetic Association (Spring 2013-present)
    • Presented Healthy Eating information to Ashland Middle School students      (Spring 2013)
    • Worked with Public Relations with fundraiser flyers and bulletin board research (2014-present)
    • Fundraiser committees, sold apple chips for a fundraiser (Fall 2014)
    • Promoted and sold dark chocolate covered almonds for Valentine's Day         (Spring 2015)
    • Ran a booth for Fit Fest (Spring 2015)
    • Gave a Nutrition Presentation on Eating the Rainbow for Give Kids a Smile Event at Madison Elementary (Spring 2015)

  • Member of Exercise Science Club (Fall 2011 to present)
    • Fitness testing at Ashland Elementary (Fall 2011)
    • Comprised information for internships at FITFEST (Spring 2013)
    • Competed in Heart Chase  (Fall 2014) (winner)
  • Member of SAAC (Fall 2013-present)
    • Raised money for the Make-A-Wish foundation (2013-present)
      • Planned, organized and promoted the student athlete dodge ball tournament  (Fall 2013)
      • Planned, organized and promoted the student athlete dodge ball tournament (Fall 2015)
      • Working on a campus camp-out for the spring 2016         (Fall 2015)


  • Dean’s list:
    • Fall 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 
    • Spring: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Ashland University Junior Award of Academic Recognition 2014
  • Alpha Gamma Omega NU “AGON” Award (Ashland University department of health sciences) 2014
    • This award is given annually to a student majoring in a Health Sciences program. The recipient is recommended and voted upon by the Faculty of the Health Sciences Department. This award also requires a 3.0 or above GPA
  • Member of Alpha Lambda Delta Honor society
    • Alpha Lambda Delta honors students who in their first or first two semesters have achieved a 3.5 cumulative grade point average. The honor society’s purpose is to encourage superior academic achievement among students in their first year, to promote intelligent living, and to assist students in recognizing and developing meaningful goals.
  • Member of Omicron Delta Kappa
    • Omicron Delta Kappa is a national leadership society that recognizes individuals who consistently achieve high standards of excellence throughout the five celebrated phases of campus life (arts, athletics, media, scholarship and service). The organization serves to bring people together to build and sustain a strong leadership community. Any junior or senior in the top 35% of their class is contacted at the end of the fall semester and invited to apply. The membership applications are reviewed by the current officers and those individuals select the new members.
  • The National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-America Scholar Athlete Award(GPA of 3.5 and up): 2011-2012, 2012-2013,2013-2014, and 2014-2015
  • All-GLIAC Academic Excellence Team (GPA of 3.5 and up): 2012-2013, 2013-2014, and 2014-2015
  • GLIAC 1st Team All-Conference (Softball Utility) 2013-2014
  • GLIAC 1st Team All-Conference (Softball Pitcher) 2014-2015
  • Daktronics, Inc., Softball All-Midwest Region 1st Team (Pitcher) 2015