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Education

        San Jose State University, San Jose, California

        Masters of Public Administration (Estimated May 2014)

 

        California State University, Dominguez Hills

B.A. Major: Political Science, Minor: Public Administration August 1992

 

        Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, Massachusetts

        High School Diploma, May 1985

 

Experience

 

Sylvan Learning Center, San Jose, California

Tutor, January – May 2013

Tutored Kindergarten and First Grade Students in English and Language Skills at Northern California Elementary Schools.

 

Dalian Polytechnic University, 辽宁大连 Dalian, Liaoning Province, People’s Republic of China

Teacher, November 2009 – July 2011

Taught oral English to college students.

 

Web International English, 湖南长沙 Changsha, Hunan Province People’s Republic of China

Teacher, March 2009 – November 2009

Taught English to students ranging in age from 14 to Adult; Conducted Private Classes, Salon or Group classes, and large room teaching.

 

Aston English, 辽宁丹东 Dandong, Liaoning Province People’s Republic of China

Teacher, January 2007 – March 2009

Taught English to students ranging in age from 5 to Adult; Conducted one-on-one sessions, intensive classes, English Conversation and classroom teaching.

 

Economic and Social Opportunities, Incorporated, San Jose, California

Director, Housing and Energy Department, August 2006 – December 2006

·        Directed, planed, and managed the operation of the Weatherization, Home Access and Handy-Work programs.

·        Lead and coordinated staff in order to provide effective and efficient home improvements to low income residents in Santa Clara County, California.

·        Familiar with housing, weatherization, and energy services of government funded weatherization programs (HEAP/ECIP).

·        Directly supervised staff of forty-two employees.

·        Managed trained and motivated direct reporting staff according to the agency’s management policies and procedures, contract requirements and State and Federal Employments Laws.

·        Monitored and evaluated programmatic performance levels for effectiveness.

·        Reviewed all reporting requirements for accuracy and ensured all reports were submitted in accordance with contract requirements.

·        Conducted budget projections and made necessary adjustments when necessary in accordance with contract requirements.

·        Monitored, evaluated and reported on programmatic issues to include strategies and plans of actions in order to achieve designated outcomes.

·        Organized and coordinated the application process for funding.

 

City of Long Beach, Long Beach, California

Development Project Manager March 2001 – August 2006


·        Responsible for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program that provided funding for activities that were designed to assist low and moderate income individuals.
·        Managed and implemented the annual community needs assessments and annual program evaluation of grant recipients.
·        Created and distributed the Five year Consolidated Plan, the annual Action Plan and Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report, (CAPER).
·        Represented the City at neighborhood meetings; disseminated information on CDBG programs.
·        Directed the preparation and administration of the budget; oversaw the preparation and monitoring of CDBG, HOME, ADDI and ESG budgets. 
·        Directed and coordinated the planning and execution of neighborhood-based community development projects, programs or activities;
·        Coordinated and developed neighborhood improvement programs and activities;
·        Established objectives, priorities and schedules to achieve maximum efficiency in completing assigned projects; established and maintained communication with groups, organizations, institutions, and individuals to secure maximum desired citizen participation in the planning and execution of projects and programs;
·        Directly directed, supervised and provided training for a staff of seven.
·        Third in command for the Neighborhood Services Department with a staff of sixty-three employees.

 

Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles, Los Angles, California

Principal Management Analyst – Welfare to Work Program August 2000 – March 2001

·        Assisted Project Director in defining the scope of current and future grant cycles.

·        Determined and forecasted future program budgets.

·        Assisted in the development of long-range program plans.

·        Complied and analyzed information using database programs.

·        Wrote reports, contracts and proposals.

·        Created and submitted monthly, quarterly reports to funding sources.

·        Developed procedure and policy for office staff.

·        Developed and monitored contracts of services provided under the program.

·        Oversaw agency and contractor's adherence to the terms of the program.

·        Developed and produced public relations materials.

·        Made presentations about the program to funding sources, public officials, collaborators, vendors, and/or resident groups.

·        Directed, supervised and provided training for a staff of forty.

 

Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California

Administrative Assistant April 1998 – August 2000

·                Wrote funding and grant applications that brought in over 25 million dollars in administration fees and program funding.

·                Conducted Requests for Proposals (RFP's). Responded to Federal Notices of Funding Availability (NOFAs) and Proposed Rules published in the Federal Register.

·                Contract administration, bid and request for proposal preparation, review and analysis, program evaluation, support services, development and implementation of policies and procedures, office automation, and training

·                Assisted the department head in the performance of a variety of administrative duties as assigned;

·                Performed research and analysis, prepared recommendations and special reports; Board reports, staff reports and public hearings, etc.

·                Developed procedures and methods to improve department-wide inefficiencies, systems,

·                Established and maintained cooperative working relationships,

·                Conducted and attended meetings to provide information,

·                Enlisted support, resolved issues, and planned and coordinated department activities.

·                Served as departmental liaison to other agencies and the public.

·                Created spreadsheets and financial data projections.

·                Developed and disseminated department policies and procedures.

·                Conducted evaluation and hiring interview panels.

 

United States House of Representatives, Washington DC and Compton, California

Staff Assistant May 1985 – December 1992

·        Worked for the Honorable Mervyn M. Dymally, (CA-31st)

·        Constituent casework;

o  Emphasis with Senior, Youth, IRS problems,

·        Made appearances on behalf of the Member

·        Conducted interviews and researched Military Academy appointments for Member

 

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