Los Angeles, CA
firstname.lastname@example.org – (408) 505 6334
Authorized to work in the US for any employer
Assistant – UFO Artist Management
San Francisco Bay Area, CA – July 2016 to January 2017
Assisted UFO in management decisions and helped keep an organized schedule. Contributed to ideas and
had an influence on how things were done. Assisted in setting up shows and deciding what would be beneficial
to his career. Wrote track descriptions and helped manage social media.
Vital Events – San Francisco Bay Area, CA – July 2016 to November 2016
Required to complete one (1) hour of street team duties (flyers or posters), as well as post several digital flyers
on multiple social media platforms each week. Other responsibilities were determined based upon time of the
year. For example, if Vital was promoting a larger event, such as Toxic Summer, promoters had the option
of registering for the Ambassador program, in which we were assigned a set number of tickets to sell. Given
an account, and expected to conduct the ticket sale transactions. During these lager events, each promoter
was required a shift if they expected guestlist to the event (2-3 hour shift in a position of their choice; VIP,
Will Call, Merch, etc).
Kravers Co. – San Francisco Bay Area, CA – March 2016 to July 2016
Promotion of events and the brand. Not only through street team, but also through strategic social media
marketing (posting at peak times, active use, relevant tags, etc), gaining followers and attention to help boost
ticket sales, as well as building a rapport with the local EDM community to familiarize them with the brand.
Lead Development Representative
Barracuda Networks Inc. – Campbell, CA – September 2015 to February 2016
Responsible for being the first line of sales by being the initial point of contact for leads generated through
website traffic. Prequalification of web leads to pass to inside sales representatives to boost opportunities.
Continuous follow up/check in calls and emails to potential or existing customers. Constant emphasis on
understanding customers’ project(s) and being aware of availability to ensure satisfaction. I was required
to have a basic knowledge of all solutions/products sold by Barracuda, as well as some knowledge of
competing solutions. Scheduling meetings/calls for specialists and territory managers with potential customers.
Responsible for live chat at various times of day. Use of Salesforce and Outlook daily.
Calabazas Cyclery – San Jose, CA – July 2014 to May 2015
Selling bicycles and parts while ensuring customer satisfaction, assisting and ringing up customers, checking
bikes in/out for repairs, calling customers when bike repairs are finished, inventory, special orders, maintaining
clean and organized store
San Jose High School
2011 to 2015
AA-T (In progress) in Communications
El Camino College – Torrance, CA
Salesforce (Less than 1 year), Microsoft Outlook (3 years), Lightspeed (1 year), Journalism/Writing (Track
Descriptions/Releases) (1 year), Organizational Skills (5 years), Public Speaking (8 years), Customer
Service (6 years), Sales (6 years), Excel (2 years), Powerpoint (6 years), Teamwork (4 years), Direct Sales
(1 year), Customer Relationship Management (1 year), Solution Selling (1 year), Microsoft Word (6 years),
Cloud Computing (1 year)
Avon Walk for Breast Cancer Youth Crew
In July of 2009, I volunteered as part of the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer’s Youth Crew. Each year, one Youth
Crew member and eight Walkers were selected to share their story at the Opening Ceremony. That year, I
was the Youth Crew member who was chosen to speak, and I shared the story about my grandmother in
front of over 4,000 people. This experience helped me to become confident speaking in front of large crowds.
Raising hundreds of dollars for the Walk also helped me to become comfortable explaining things to people,
and having important one on one conversations with strangers.
Cheer Coach for nonprofit San Jose 49ers 2013 season
I assisted the head coach with teaching cheerleaders new cheers, choreographed halftime performances, and
kept close communication with parents to ensure that each child was learning from the program and bettering
themselves at what they were passionate about, while having fun. As the season progressed, the head coach
no longer was a part of the organization, so I was put in charge of two cheer teams, who both finished the
season off strong.
- Cloud Computing (1 year)
- Customer Relationship Management (1 year)
- Customer Service (6 years)
- Direct Sales (1 year)
- Excel (2 years)
- Journalism/Writing (Track Descriptions/Releases) (1 year)
- Lightspeed (1 year)
- Microsoft Outlook (3 years)
- Microsoft Word (6 years)
- Organizational Skills (5 years)
- Powerpoint (6 years)
- Public Speaking (8 years)
- Sales (6 years)
- Salesforce (Less than 1 year)
- Solution Selling (1 year)
- Teamwork (4 years)
El Camino College - AA-T In Progress
- Sept 2016 Communications