Michael G. Foster School of Business-University of Washington
Bachelor of Arts: Business Administration, 2015-present, 3.24 GPA
Everett Community College
Associate of Arts: Business Administration, 2012-2014, 3.77 GPA
Intern, 2017 to Current
Coastal Administrative Services – 2017 to Current
-Conducted audits for nearly 100 insurance vendors and clients using advanced excel and complex problem solving.
-Responsible for a variety of other office and administrative tasks using a variety of skills.
President, co-founder, co-owner, 2012 to Current
Dubalicous Productions – Seattle, Washington
-Planned, produced, and managed music production events for up to 2000 people with budgets up to $20,000.
-Coordinated organic and social media marketing through facebook, blogs, and Instagram with a reach of 30,000+ people.
-Developed contracts for a variety of artists, vendors, and venue owners.
Department Person In Charge, 2014 to 2016
The Kroger Company – Seattle, Washington
-Supervised a staff of 5-10 in daily production, customer service, and sanitation practices
-Maintained inventory and ordering of Deli department supplies from 6 different vendors on rotating days.
-Trained new employees in customer service skills, sanitation practices, food safety, and production.
Food Service Specialist, 2013-2014
Washington Army National Guard – Marysville, Washington
-Prepared, cooked, and served meals for up to 600 persons up to 3 times per day.
-Managed a team of 6 or more individuals in varying combat scenarios and operations.
-Accountable for a budget of $60,000 for field training exercises in combat training.
-Developed and led training programs in leadership, equipment maintenance, and safety.
Promoter/event production, 11/2012 to 03/2013
USC Events – Seattle, Washington
-Promoted music events throughout greater Seattle area through organic flyer marketing, and word-of-mouth.
-Staffed the setup and tear-down of many large scale events with attendance exceeding 20,000 people.
Team Leader/Food Service Specialist, 09/2008 to 10/2012
U.S Army – Fort Lewis, Washington
-Served in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
-Maintained and supervised food service operations of 500 third country nationals.
-Manager of 15 persons involving planning, preparation, serving, and sanitation.
-Maintained ration control inventory for accounts up to $30,000.
-Army Achievement Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Good Conduct Medal, NCO Professionalism Ribbon.
-1st place out of 780 soldiers in the battalion soldier of the quarter competition, 2010.
-Distinguished honor graduate food service specialist school out of 200 students.
- artist management
- Complex problem solving
- Contract administration
- digital marketing
- event production