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Dedicated Educator eager to contribute exceptional academic credentials and instructional experience toward securing an opportunity with the Juvenile Services Education Program.
PhD candidate with extensive research background and proven success in teaching children and youth at Baltimore City Public Schools.
Extremely well-versed in the accomplishments of Historically Black College and Universities (HBCUs) as they relate to gaining credibility, funding, and educating African-American students.
Strong expertise in teaching, inspiring and empowering students, and addressing issues pertaining to at-risk and high-ability urban youth.
Adept at imparting unique pedagogies which encourage culturally responsive teaching; consistently ensure classes are relevant, nondiscriminatory, and engaging.
Advanced knowledge of the principles and practices of education, innovative teaching methods, and using assessment instruments.
Keen interests in higher education administration, academic advising, and alternative/juvenile education.
Excellent understanding of the challenges and current trends in urban, inner city and K-12 student populations, especially relating to post-secondary planning.
Presented with 2015 DeRidder, LA Mayor s Proclamation for Outstanding Commitment to African Americans and 2015 Ebonite Cultural Unlimited Club MLK Commemorative Award.
Winner of 2015 Morgan State University s Alberta Green Award for demonstrating academic interest and promise of achievement in African-American history.
Willing to relocate and obtain state Elementary or Secondary Academic Education certification.
Community College of Baltimore County, Catonsville, MD, 2013 to Present
Teach History 111 (U.S. History Until 1865), History 112 (U.S. History 1865 Until Present) and History 116 (African-American History).
Administer tests and assignments, maintain educational records, and facilitate positive student relations.
Write letters of recommendation, advise students in career planning and university options, and provide mentoring and support throughout personal issues.
Baltimore City Public Schools, Baltimore, MD, 2013 to 2014
Substitute Teacher (K-12)
Improvised as needed to optimize delivery of curriculum in a financially-limited school system serving inner-city students.
Focused on building students confidence and establishing reasonable and understandable expectations.
Administered and assessed classroom instructional activities while maintaining meticulous student records.
Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD, 2012 to Present
Selected as an integral team member of four major University research and grant writing projects.
Bolstered transparency and access to critical departmental information while concurrently enhancing communication among students and faculty.
Championed improvements to student advising, meeting scheduling, record-keeping, and transfer of information.
Communicate with other universities, community, and corporate partners to boost graduate student enrollment and financial support.
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Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA, 2010 to 2012
Seamlessly liaised between undergraduate students and professors, set up meeting rooms with equipment and materials, and proctored exams.
Performed broad-based administrative functions encompassing data analysis, PowerPoint presentations, tracking attendance, updating website, and maintaining records for classes having 200+ students each.
Chosen as first and only graduate student to deliver Black History Month lecture as a result of proactive lobbying efforts for improvements in diversity and race relations.
Selected as graduate student member of Louisiana Tech University s Honor Council.
U.S. Department of Education, Washington, D.C., 2014 to Present
Intern, White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Appointed as writer and editor of 2014 National HBCU Week Conference program booklet, Executive Director s speeches and official correspondences, and HBCU proclamations sent on behalf of the President of the United States of America.
Conduct comprehensive research to provide suggestions at weekly planning meetings for the 2014 National HBCU Week Conference.
Participate in regular staff meetings and correspond with HBCU federal liaisons and private partners on current and future opportunities for Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Function as Associate Editor of 2014 Compendium of U.S. Government Sponsored Research and Programs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Attend professional development seminars hosted by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan relating to K-12 and post-secondary education.
University of Maryland Baltimore County Archives, Baltimore, MD, 2014
Actively supported Chief Curator, University Archivist and Special Collections Librarian in all aspects of archival and library science.
Authored article for the university s blog detailing materials housed in Special Collections department.
Candidate, PhD in History, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD, expected graduation May 2016
MA in History, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA, 2012
BA in Political Science and BA in History, Grambling State University, Grambling, LA, 2009
Morgan State University President s Leadership Circle
National Council of Black Studies
Association for the Study of African American Life and History
National Black Graduate Student Association
Morgan State University s History, African-American and Museum Studies Graduate Council
National Action Network
National Congress of Black Women
National Council of Negro Women
Association of Black Women Historians
Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society
Grambling University National Alumni Association
Research, Publications & Presentations available upon request
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