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RssUniversity women's center director; passionate about helping women reach their potential and their dreams.

I want to get back to a university/college setting where I can utilize my collaborative skills to develop programs and grants that will address current issues for campus and community women. I would also find ways to influence middle school level girls in broadening their career choices, especially in STEM areas.

Adult Literacy Instructor

Naperville, IL

About Me

Industry:

Education, Training, & Library

Occupation:

Adult Literacy Instructor

Ideal Companies:

Universities, colleges, community colleges
 

Education level:

Doctorate

Will Relocate:

Yes

Location:

Naperville, IL

Work Experiences

12/2008 - Present

(private)

Individual Contributor

  • Midwest Girls Collaborative Project is a regional subgroup of the National Girls Collaborative, a partnership with American Association of University Women, the National Science Foundation, and the Puget Sound Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology. Our goal is to support and encourage STEM projects throughout the state and the nation. These projects are trying to get girls interested in pursuing careers in mathematics and science. We work with school personnel, Girl Scouts, museums, Vocational schools, corporations, AAUW branches, etc who want to broaden the opportunities for girls in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). As a member of the kick-off conference planning committee, I was responsible for dissemination and public relations/marketing for our first conference. I am also one of the reviewers for mini-grant applications for STEM projects.

1/1997 - Present

(private)

Individual Contributor

  • Teach Shotokan karate at local park district facilities to students from 5 years old to adult; from beginner to black belts. Manage two park district programs including teaching, sales, consultation with parents and adult students, addressing all learning requirements for students, in particular special needs students,for example; ADD, ADHD, autism, Aspergers disease, et al; maintain professional relationship with park district personnel.

3/1995 - 9/1996

The University of Chicago, Center for Research in Medical Education and Health Care

Individual Contributor

  • Developed geriatrics faculty training programs in collaboration with medical school faculty Coordinated evaluation of training grant focused on developing a Geriatrics rotation for Internal Medicine residents Created patient education materials for at-risk, minority populations

9/1994 - 2/1995

Western Illinois University

Manager

  • Conceived, developed, and executed plan for a revenue-generating, continuing education distance learning program for Emergency Medical Services personnel Managed content experts and video production team Directed development of project in collaboration with other on and off-campus groups

8/1992 - 12/1994

Western Illinois University

Director / VP

  • Created and developed educational supplement television series for junior high schools, "Connecting the Past with the Future: Women in Mathematics and Science" Managed $550,000 grant budget, completing project with $45,000 surplus Obtained $10,000 additional funding support from the McDonnell Douglas Foundation Produced 4 educational television shows broadcast nationwide via satellite Primary contact and liaison for all corporations, government agencies, and universities participating in NSF grant Developed and wrote grant publicity including brochure format/content, program announcements, local and national news releases Produced and coordinated with Broadcasting Director all aspects of video production including staff supervision AFTRA/SAG signatory

1/1990 - 9/1994

Western Illinois University

Director / VP

  • Developed and implemented educational programming for female administrators, faculty, staff, students, and community residents Managed $47,000 Women's Center budget Organized and administered all Women's Center activities Advised administration on women's issues regarding policies, courses, curricula, and educational materials Worked with academic departments to increase the number of female faculty candidates brought to campus for job interviews Guest speaker for Counseling and Student Development classes and other university and community groups Developed and maintained liaisons with academic departments as well as student and community-based organizations in order to develop cooperative programming and activities Developed and coordinated publicity for Women's Center programs and activities including news releases, radio and television interviews, and feature articles Created and hosted public radio interview program Hired, trained, and supervised support staff

10/1985 - 10/1988

Illinois State Board of Education/College of DuPage fiscal agent

Manager

  • Administered state gender equity in education grant Managed $45,000 grant budget Planned, conducted, and evaluated gender equity, single parent/homemaker, and career guidance workshops for school personnel Created gender equity materials for administrators, teachers, and counselors Provided technical assistance and resources to educators and community based organizations Presented seminars on gender equity, non-traditional careers, and Guidance by Objectives for educational and community groups Provided in-service training for state mental health and Department of Corrections personnel Evaluated Mini-grant applications

Education

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