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Sep 2006Present


Classes taken:

Effective Speaking: Speech Communication Arts - Summer 2007

An application of principles of speech and language in oral communication. Students practice different types of speech-communication situations and analyze their speaking and language skills. The course incorporates written critiques and may include video-taping of oral presentations and panel discussions.

Introduction to Computer Graphic Design- Fall 2007

An introduction to the computer as a tool for creating graphic design. This class focuses on developing students' computer skills, including basic design issues. Computer terminology is covered in detail; afterwards students are introduced to a variety of software programs currently used by professionals in the graphic design and advertising industry.

Basic Photography- Fall 2006

 The exploration of the discipline as an aesthetic medium, a documentary mode of communication, and a vehicle for personal expression. Students are expected to achieve basic technical competence in the practice of black and white photography, while also increasing their aesthetic expertise. At the end of the semester each student submits a portfolio of photographs. Students are also introduced to historical traditions of the medium through slide lectures, films, and gallery/museum visits.

Color Theory- Spring 2008

A study of color focusing on major color theories, including those of Itten, Muncell, and Albers. Students examine the physical properties and psychological aspects of color in artistic expression. Lectures, discussions, presentations, and studio projects explore color contrasts and relationships. Media used are collage and water-based paints.

Currently Enrolled in:

World Regional Georgraphy- Spring 2009

An introduction to the nature and scope of geography, the techniques and applications of geography, and the geographical context of current social, economic, political, and environmental problems in the major regions of the world. Course focuses mainly on non-Western regions

Sep 2004May 2007


Roger Williams Universtiy

Classes Taken:

Marketing Principles

Race, Class and Gender in The United States

Drawing 1

History of Art and Architecture 1

Intro to Philosphy

Expository Writing

World Civilizations in History

Statistics 1



Painting 1


High School Diploma

West Boylston Middle/ High School

 GPA: 3.0

National Art Honor Society member for entire high school career

3 Years of Junior Varsity Basketball

1 Year of Track Team

Drama Club

School Newspaper


To better utilize my administrative skills and exceed the expectations of both internal clients and external customers, in the performance of assigned administrative tasks and responsibilities.


Photography, Music (of all kinds) Fine arts, Art History, Marketing principles. FIne dining, International travel.

Work experience

Feb 2008Jan 2009



·Complete client research requests locating unique products and services

·Prepare reports and documents to present findings, costs, etc. to clients

·Facilitate, authorize, and complete purchases for clients

·Provide premium customer service via phone and email to high-value company clients

Apr 2007Sep 2007

Customer Service/ Quality Control Representative

On Process Technology

·Placed outbound calls to HP warranty program customers

·Triaged and routed inbound customer service issues for speedy resolution

·Escalated call handling