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Tanya M. Davis

Project coordinator

Administrative Professional with 15 years of experience of providing the day-to-day management of the education and training events of the Department of Human Services Education and Training Section and the Professional Excellence (PE) Program. As the Project Coordinator in the Professional Excellence Program at the School of Social Work, I am responsible for providing support to the Project Director and oversee the coordination of education and training events among PE staff, DFCS staff, and training specialists.  I possess effective organizational, time-management skills, and knowledge of computer and various software with the knowledge of program evaluation, program development, and administration.

Work experience


Project Coordinator - PE Program  & Community Collaborative Grant

Georgia State University School of Social Work

Provides administrative support to faculty and staff in completing special projects. Create promotional opportunities for projects by developing marketing specs. Provides general office management support,such as budget management, etc.Develops and produces newsletters, etc. Trains support staff in project related areas. Provides information to the public concerning project assigned. Create and implement webinar information.


Administrator Coordinator - Professional Excellence Program

Georgia State University School of Social Work

Administrator Coordinator Professional Excellence Program Atlanta, GA Supported the Project Director and oversaw the coordination of education and training events among PE, staff, DFCS, staff, and training consultants. Managed all education and training events using a master calendar noting changes in location, course offerings, instructors, and cancellations. Developed contracts for trainers and consultants. Reviewed and approved trainers' invoices and expenses submitted for payment. Processed invoices/travel reimbursements for consultants with the assistance of Administrative Coordinator for Budget. Ordered office supplies, books, equipment and other supplies for PE staff. Answered and responded to outside communication such as telephone calls, faxes, emails, and web based inquiries from training participants, trainers/instructors, and DFCS. Coordinated payments of invoices, assisted manager with special projects and reports. Supervised student assistants, planned events for DHS and School of Social Work conferences Drafted reports and correspondence, maintained computer base, inventories supplies and equipment, supervised mailing of materials for caseworker trainings for State DHS.


Administrative Assistant - IV-E Child Welfare Program

Georgia State University School of Social Work

Administrative Assistant IV-E Child Welfare Education Grant Atlanta, GA Maintained student records and information database Disseminate information about the Child Welfare Education and Training Program to prospective students Communicated with DHR to provide requested student information needed Coordinated Child Welfare(IV-E) orientation of new students Coordinated and scheduled conferences for up to 300 people Processed travel expenses and reimbursements for students.


Customer Service Specialist

Georgia State University Enrollment OFFICE

Customer Service Specialist II Office Atlanta, GA Answered heavy volume telephone calls Determined and granted eligibility for academic admissions and residency status based on University policy and Georgia Board of Regents guidelines for freshman applicants Requested, compiled and posted transcripts and test scores Evaluated freshman transcripts to determine eligibility.


Aug 2013May 2016

Master of Social Work  - Foci Mental Health

Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, ga

B.A Sociology

New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico


Mental Health Professional - INTERNSHIPS

Grady Memorial Hospital, Behavioral Health - Aug. 2015-May 2016

  • Individual/Group Psychotherapy  using Cognitve Behavior Theory (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Theory
  • Completed documentation for individuals/groups
  • Assessed risk factors by conducting an  Suicide Risk Assessment on CIS patients
  • Crisis Intervention Notes on patients
  • Completed Strengths, Needs, Abilities, and Preferences (SNAPS) on patients
  • Group Psychotherapy for In-patient Unit

Laurel Heights Hospital, Therapeutic Foster Care Unit - Aug. 2013-May 2014

  • Completed Bio-Psychosocial Assessments on Patients
  • Maintained required documents related to child
  • Liaison between DFCS and Laurel Heights Hospital
  • School visits to discuss child's progress
  • Home visits to discuss child's progress
  • Provide individual l(child) and family therapeutic  counseling to youth and foster parent
  • Intake - Referral from Laurel Heights Hospital  Residential Unit