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American University (AU), College of Arts and Sciences & School of Public Affairs (SPA) May 2021
Bachelor of Arts in Public Health & Justice, Law, and Criminology, GPA: 3.92
Undergraduate Certificate in Advanced Leadership Studies
 Honors: Dean’s List (5/8 semesters); AU Scholars Program


The Root Cause Coalition, Washington, D.C. – Health Equity Intern

August 2019 – Present
 Conduct research, interviews and track work of Coalition members
 Organize, implement, and participate in direct service campaigns through the Coalition
 Create and manage social media content for the Coalition’s website
 Craft and publish literature on emerging trends and themes in the social determinants of health

SPA Leadership Program, Washington, D.C. – Student Director

March 2019 – Present
 Supervise a team of 12+ steering committee chairs for recruiting, academic, fundraising, diversity and inclusion, mentorship, and alumni engagement initiatives
 Collaborate with university leadership, program director, professors, and staff to plan and execute professional development opportunities
 Facilitate communication and relations between students and faculty within the program

AU Career Center, Washington, D.C. – Employer Relations Assistant

January 2018 – Present
 Create marketing communication for career events
 Research and input data into career service websites to improve the quantity and quality of employer information for upcoming fairs and events
 Conduct research on internship and employment opportunities and compile data on a weekly basis

The AIDS Institute, Washington, D.C. – Public Policy Intern

May 2019 – August 2019
 Assisted in efforts to implement a broad range of domestic HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, and health care policy objectives
 Attended and reported on community and coalition meetings, hearings, and briefings on Capitol Hill
 Conducted policy research on the topics of prevention, treatment, and health care reform


AU Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution Services, Washington, D.C. – Council Member

April 2019 – Present
 Represent students on a three-person panel including staff and faculty that hear conduct cases and Title IX appeals
 Participate in hearings, questioning of complainants and respondents, and deliberation and rendering of decisions

AU Student-Athlete Support Program, Washington, D.C. – Tutor

 Tutored student-athletes in various public health courses

January 2019 – December 2019

SPA Leadership Program, Washington, D.C. – Interclass & Community Co-Coordinator

August 2018 – May 2019
 Developed and strengthened community relations between students in the program
 Coordinated and planned program-wide events that built community relationships and engagement

AU Experience (Aux) – Peer Facilitator

August 2018 – May 2019
 Co-facilitated two first-year classes that focus on successfully transitioning to college
 Taught classes on the importance and history of diversity and inclusion to increase allyship at AU
 Engaged in weekly course planning and facilitating relations among students

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