K E L L Y M A E S H I R O email@example.com: 808-728-5731 224 Leverett House Mail CenterHarvard University Cambridge, MA 021382033 Komo Mai DrivePearl City, HI 96782
A.B. with anticipated concentration inComparative Studies of Religion, expected May 2014
Pearl City High School
, Class of 2010.Cambridge, MA Pearl City, HI ACTIVITIES
Theology editor, writer, and design contributor, Cambridge, MA Write, edit, and design articles for quarterly publication in Harvard’s undergraduate journal of Christianthought. As a staff writer, I have been engaged with a Buddhist Sangha (Sayka Center) and various Christiangroups (Kuumba, Harvard College Faith and Action, Memorial Church, LGBT faith communities) to bringdifferent faiths and traditions into mutual illumination. 2011-
Perspective Magazine (Harvard):
Contributing writer, Cambridge, MA Write and peer-edit articles for Harvard’s left-liberal monthly publication.
Harvard Tai Chi Tiger Crane Society:
Co-president, Cambridge, MA Coordinated efforts to bring Tai Chi to the Harvard and Cambridge community. Continued Shaolin culturalexchange. Currently coordinating international collaborative study of martial arts and childhood obesity with the World Organizer of Martial Arts (WOMA).
Institute of Politics Study Group with former United States Secretary of Education MargaretSpellings:
Participant, Cambridge, MA Participated in the former Education Secretary’s dialogues on No Child Left Behind, standards-basededucation, testing, and the future of American education, which culminated in a panel discussion: “thepolitics of education” with Michelle Rhee, Jeb Bush, and Secretary Spellings. 2010.
Board of Education:
Member, Honolulu, HIRepresented state’s 180,000 public (including charter) school students on Board of Education, whichoversees the tenth largest and only centralized school district in the nation. Committees on Curriculum,Budget, Legislation, and Ad Hoc on Special Programs. Advocated revision of new graduation requirementguidelines, expansion of student credit opportunities, improved communication between state departmentand schools, systemic accountability, and informational transparency. 2009-2010.
Performance Standards Review Commission: