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Betel -CURRICULUM VITAE updated July

Betel -CURRICULUM VITAE updated July

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CURRICULUM VITAE
Personal Information
1.
 
 Name:
 
Betel Wagnew Ayalneh
 
2.
 
Gender:
 
Female3.
 
 Date of Birth:
 
October 14, 1988
 
4.
 
 Place of Birth:
 
 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia5.
 
 Nationality:
 
Ethiopian6.
 
 Home Address:
 
Kebele-16, Zone-Bole, House No-2/28/2
 
P.O.Box-8040, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia7.
 
Telephone Number:
 
Residence:
+251 116 471407
 
Mobile:
+251 911 9963888.
 
 E-mail address:
 
 
 Marital Status:
 
Single
Personal Statement
I am companionate, hardworking and excellent team player, always ready to dedicate myself to anything that is createdfor the betterment of less fortunate society. I like learning new things, challenge, hardship, adventure and problemsolving. I am always ready and open to go on a journey that will take me way outside my usual and conventional box. Inlife I seek to be well educated, competent and cope up with anything around the world. My desire is to base my career indevelopmental and humanitarian works. I believe that my innate capability to learn quickly and work with minimal
supervision could add value to the work force, myself and meet any Institution’s goal.
 
Education
1.
 
 2007/Sep
 – 
2010/July:
 
 Addis Ababa University College of Commerce
 
 
 Location:
 
 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
 
 
Title of qualification awarded:
 
Bachelor of Arts in Finance and Development Economics
 
 
Cumulative GPA
:
 
3.16
 
 Principal subjects/ occupational skills covered:
 
Micro economics I&II, Macro economics I&II, DevelopmentEconomics I&II, Development Planning, Economics of Rural Development, Project analysis, Public finance,Introduction to Econometrics, Statistics, Calculus for Economic and Finance, Computer application in Finance andEconomics, Business research methods, Principles of Accounting I&II, Financial market and Institution, FinancialManagement, Credit Analysis and Lending, Corporate finance theory, Management, Commercial banking operation,Risk Management and insurance, Property and pecuniary insurance, Monetary policy and theory, International tradeand finance, Managerial Information systems, Life and health insurance, Investment, Microfinance, Business law,Banking and insurance law, Civic and Ethical education, Entrepreneurship, Communication Skill and Logics.
 
 
2.
 
 2005- 2007/July:
 
Nazareth School (Preparatory)
 
 
 Location:
 
 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
 
 
Title of qualification awarded:
 
Diploma from Social Science stream
 
 Principal subjects/ occupational skills covered:
 
Economics, Business, Geography, History, Mathematics,Civic, Computer 
 
3.
 
 2003-2004:
 
Nazareth School (Senior High)
 
4.
 
 2001-2002:
 
Nazareth School (Junior Secondary)
 
5.
 
1995-2000:
 
Nazareth School (Elementary)
Training/ Workshop
1.
 
 Duration:
June 15
 –
June 28, 2011
 Place
:
 
Malabo, Equatorial Guinea
Title of qualification awarded:
 
“Pre
-
Deployment Training in Management, Professional writing and Life skill”
 which was also one of the main side events of the 17
th
Ordinary Session of the African Union Summit
 AcceleratingYouth Empowerment for Sustainable Development
.
 Principal subjects/ occupational skills covere
:
 
Definition and types of Values, Personal behaviour assessment, Team work, The idea and purpose of Volunteerism, Leadership roles and styles, Marketing oneself andpersonal branding, Facilitation and teaching methods, Basic knowledge on HIV/AIDS/STD, Applying youth analysisframework (Developing strategy at national level)
 
 Name of organization providing education and training
:
African Union Commission, African Union YouthVolunteers Corps (AU-YVC) in collaboration with UNFPA.
2.
 
 Duration:
 
July 31
 –
August 02, 2011
 
 Place:
 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Title of Workshop:
350 African
 
Climate Leaders training
 Principal subjects/ occupational skills covere
:
Leadership in community organizing skills, working with newmedia, climate change science and policy, public advocacy, and communication.
 Name of Organization providing training and workshop:
350.Org and ENYCC (Ethiopian National YouthCoalition on Climate Change)3.
 
 Date:
 August 16, 2011
 Place:
 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
 Title of Workshop:
Designing a Climate Innovation Center (CIC), Accelerating clean technology innovationand entrepreneurship in Ethiopia
 Name of Organization providing workshop:
The World Bank, infoDev, International Finance Corporation(IFC), UKaid
Work Experience
1.
 
 Place:
 
 Africa
 
Union Commission / Economic Affairs Department
 
 Position:
 
Intern
 
 Duration:
 
October 2010
 –
May 2011
 
 Duties and Responsibilities
 Assist and work with the Director of Economic Affairs Department and Statisticsdivision of this department
.
Write research paper by gathering, analyzing and reporting data.
 Attend meetings, summits and conferences on behalf of the department and takereports and minutes.
 Assist publishing editors and other work colleagues.

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