Currently, I am program lead at Booker T. Washington Community Center with the Boys and Girls Club, helping children in various areas of classwork and working to promote strong reading, comprehension, and critical thinking skills via the literacy program.
Furthermore, I am also employed with Project Dragonfly which promotes inquiry-driven conservation and reform, through education programs such as their Earth Expeditions and their Masters programs; the Global Field Course and Advanced Inquiry Progam.
My leadership skills, initiative, and drive can are highlighted by my participation in the Service Learning and Community Engagement Honors course with the Miami University Honors Program, lead by Dr. Jennifer Yamashiro, along with my active involvement with RED Women, a Miami University Regionals-based mentorship program that fosters and promotes success, professionalism, and leadership in the Miami University female faculty and student body.
In addition to the above, I have multiple years worth of varied IT professional experience; Ranging from hardware installation and configuration, to tweaking and improving upon dated software, to on-site networking and business consultation.
Ideally, in two years I'd like to have graduated from Miami University with my bachelor's in Zoology, an associates in Software Development and Applications, and a Geographic Information Systems Design Certificate.
At five years, I would like to be finishing up graduate school.