I have developed essential communication skills from the conferences I have attended, the multiple positions I have held, and the advanced leadership certificate program I have been accepted in to in addition to Economics and Math degree at American University.
I started working at the ripe age of 12, cutting lawns around the neighborhood. When I was 14, I began my first official job at a local supermarket. After a couple years of observing and learning, I climbed my way up to supervisor, the highest position available to me. Since then, I a have worked at two other grocery stores, including at the management level. Work is my passion. Right now, I am transition from a job to building a professional career in law and public service.
My most valuable skill is the ability to empathize. No matter what situation I am in, I always make a priority to understand and listen to the people around me. During my freshman year of college, I was a lead member of a team building a program to reduce the rate of recidivism of incarcerated youth in the DC area by focusing on education. The experience was both humbling, and educational. I walked away from the project know more about responsible public service and the importance of research than I could ever imagine. I have experience with applying transformational and organizational leadership in quite a few of my roles on my resume. I am a motivated student committed to making an impact on my local community and later pursuing a career in the judicial system.
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