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Objective


To find an exciting career in the maritime field that will use my education, maritime background, and leadership abilities.


Experience


**Biehl & Co. L.P., Ship Agent, Galveston, TX: 2007-Present

§ Work closely with government agencies to ensure the ship and crew are compliant with all applicable regulations

§ Plan and coordinate logistical needs of crew members

§ Coordinate all maintenance operations associated with the ship while in port

§ Strengthened organizational skills by maintaining all necessary government and agency records



**Kennedy Dance Theatre, Office Manager and Dance Instructor,Webster,TX: 2006-2007

§ Managed and coordinated the efforts of a 15 staff members

§ Gained extensive knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

§ Taught 5 classes per week with up to 25 students per class

§ Developed original choreography for classes and performances



**Bay Harbour United Methodist Church, Summer Youth Intern, League City, TX: 2005 - 2006

§ Organized 2-3 motivational and educational events and/or activities per week for up to 50 students

§ Strengthened leadership and communication skills by guiding and setting a good example for youth members


Education


Texas A&M University at Galveston, Galveston, TX:

Bachelor of Science, Maritime Administration; Minor, Economics; GPR: 3.2/4.0

Graduation Date: May 12, 2007



*Relevant Courses:

Operations Management, Ocean Transportation, Admiralty Law, Business Law, Decision Support Systems, Strategic Management, Brokerage & Chartering, Economics of Transportation, Business Finance, Corporate Accounting, Marine Insurance


Certification

Skils


*Proficient in:

Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft PowerPoint


 


Professional Activities:



**National Propeller Club Student President: 2005 - 2007

· Managed all club activities, trips, and fundraisers for approximately 100 students

· Supervised and effectively guided the efforts of 8 officers

· Selected as one of fifty student leaders from Texas A&M University (one of four from Galveston) to attend the

45th Annual Memorial Student Center’s Spring Leadership Trip 2007, Houston, TX

· Organized the annual Propeller Club Golf Tournament, the largest fundraiser at the university with 80 participants raising over $10,000, Spring 2006 and 2007

· Organized and attended trip to send 10 students to the 2007 Maritime Security Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

· Helped plan and participated in the 2006 Industry Day career fair at the University of Maryland’s R.H. Smith School of Business which hosted 39 companies and 200 students

· Served as an Intern at the 2006 National Defense Transportation Association Conference, Memphis, TN

· Organized and attended trip to send 30 students to the 2006 National Propeller Club Convention, Norfolk, VA

· Served as an Intern for the Maritime Security Council, Fall of 2005, 2006, & 2007, and Spring of 2006

· Organized and attended trip to send 4 students to the 2006 Maritime Security Conference, Washington D.C.

· Organized and attended trip to send 20 students to the 2005 National Propeller Club Convention, Boston, MA

· Organized and attended trip to send 8 students to the 2005 Maritime Security Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL



*National Propeller Club Student Vice President: 2004 - 2005

· Organized the annual Propeller Club Golf Tournament, awarded largest fundraiser at the university

with 50 participants, Spring 2005

· Attended the National Propeller Club Convention, Biloxi, MI

· Served as an Intern for the Maritime Security Council, Spring 2005

· Attended the Maritime Security Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Houston, TX,
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