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accomplished, motivated program manager eager to contribute knowledge and understanding of foundation/philanthropy work toward actively supporting a progressive organization as a philanthropy/foundations program officer.


ø  offer extensive experience in collaboration, convening, community engagement and interfacing with public systems to create outcome measures

ø  acquired extensive knowledge of the intersection of health, education and community

ø  successfully collaborate and convene with community members and public agencies to identify and resolve community issues

ø  dynamic communication, presentation, relationship building and problem-solving abilities

ø  highly versatile; quickly master new roles, responsibilities and environments

ø  proven ability to comprehensively synthesize information and data

professional experience

program manager - oakland unified school district-oakland success, oakland, california            2006-present

  pilot comprehensive youth development programming with a focus on health and wellness.

  apply solid knowledge and understanding of education and community issues toward supporting 20 community-based agencies that run all 91 after school programs in the district.

  exhibit advanced communication skills in building and developing city-wide partnerships and liaising effectively with them to provide high-quality after school education and safety programs. 

  prepare and present comprehensive reports on after school programs for district leaders, school board, community agencies and other stakeholders, illustrating strong analytical skills.

  innovatively create and maintain a monitoring system to ensure grant compliance (cpm) and promote productivity, efficiency and excellence. 


consultant - california after school resource center, hayward, california                                            2006-present

  the california healthy kids resource center (chkrc) maintains a comprehensive collection of reviewed health education materials for use by teachers, administrators, university faculty, lea staff and other professionals who work with preschool through 12th grade students in school settings and after-school programs.

  worked on the development of the skills based nutrition education training module.

  proficiently designed, developed and implemented the nutrition, media literacy training module and supported the development of two health education training modules, demonstrating exceptional understanding of the intersection of health, education and community.

  relied upon to lend expertise in reviewing health education research, curricula, lessons and activities and developing agendas, scripts, masters, powerpoints, and other teaching/ training tools.

  piloted training module statewide to variety of afterschool audiences, exhibiting initiative and detail orientation.


director of programming - boys & girls clubs of silicon valley, california                                       2004-2006

  oversaw the implementation of a broad range of youth development programs including: health & life skills; character & leadership; technology; education; literacy; science; arts & culture; and sports, fitness & recreation for 6,000 youth throughout 7 sites in east san jose, further illustrating strong knowledge of health, education and community issues.

  applied detail orientation and organizational abilities toward creating and managing all program site budgets. 

  collaborated and convened with program staff and played an instrumental role in the development of top performing team members.

  identified and created reporting tools for grant management; defined potential funding opportunities and wrote grants to support core program areas. 

  successfully improved quality of services by increasing agency training hours 200%.

  boosted youth satisfaction rate from 85% to 91%, youth developmental asset from 68% to 87% and youth s ability to resist risk from 72% to 85%.


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lecturer, special topics/intro to theories of education - university of california, santa cruz          2004

  closely monitored student learning, developed curriculums with staff and implemented plans for improving student achievement.

  identified and defined goals and supported students in achieving objectives.


educational consultant - primen, madison, wisconsin                                                                     2003

  conducted comprehensive review and analysis of wisconsin's k-12 energy education program to identify and recommend targeted strategies to improve program operations.

  interfaced directly with public systems and professionals; recruited subjects and interviewed teachers, public school administrators and curriculum specialists. 


program evaluator - family and school together program - university of wisconsin, madison          1997-1999

  collaborated and convened directly with evaluation team to study program effectiveness.

  performed site observations of programs and led cultural competence training, applying extensive knowledge and understanding of education and community issues.


additional experience


instructor - pre-college enrichment opportunity program for learning excellence, people program - university of wisconsin, madison; 1998

instructor - college access program - university of wisconsin, madison; 1997-1998

community activities

advisory committee, calsac trainers network                                                                    2008-present

  actively ensure training is relevant, accessible, incorporates best practices in adult learning methodology, and meaningfully engages participants in developing and transferring skills and knowledge. 


advisory committee on youth development                                                                         2007-present

  convene with committee members to ensure the priority of youth development in out of school time programming.


quality committee, california afterschool network                                                                2007-present

  integral member of an advisory group to the california department of education s development of an assessment tool for ases-funded afterschool programs.


california after school resource center (casrc), hayward, ca                                           2007-present

  collaborate closely with team members to develop the evaluation tool for evaluating youth development curricula.


california school age consortium (calsac), san francisco, ca                                           2006-present

  as equity task force co-chair, apply solid knowledge of education and community issues toward developing the criteria for evaluating high quality training materials in the area of cultural diversity


santa clara county after school collaborative, san jose, ca                                              2004-2006

  interfaced with sccasc high quality workforce and high quality programs to identify better ways to support the quality and consistency of staff and after school program delivery across the county.


doctorate of philosophy in curriculum theory - university of wisconsin, madison, 2003

areas of specialization in qualitative research methods, curriculum development and evaluation

minors in educational policy studies and communication arts


master of science in education, magna cum laude - university of pennsylvania, 1995


bachelor of arts in social science, graduated summa cum laude with general distinctions - university of california, berkeley, 1994

minors in ethnic studies and education

fellowships & honors

morgridge fellow, university of wisconsin, 2001-2003

spencer research fellow, university of wisconsin, 1995-1999

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dear _______________________________:


i am currently exploring new opportunities, and am interested in joining your team as a philanthropy/foundations program officer.  to acquaint you with my qualifications, i m submitting my resume for your review.  in advance, thank you for your time and consideration.


as illustrated by the accompanying resume, i have a solid background in foundation/philanthropy work.  from collaboration and convening to community engagement and interfacing with public systems, i have continually excelled in maximizing performance as a dynamic community leader.  i excel in identifying and resolving inefficiencies and strategically utilizing resources to support the community, applying my extensive understanding and knowledge of the intersection of health, education and community.  to complement my experience, i offer a doctorate of philosophy in curriculum theory.


as a member of your team, i will consistently exhibit a strong commitment to quality and a dedication to playing a large role in achieving and surpassing goals.  i am eager to meet with you to discuss how my qualifications support your current and prospective needs, and welcome the opportunity to interview at your earliest convenience.


professional regards,




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