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LILY M.

WAN

240.821.3331
LILYMWAN@GMAIL.COM

SKILLS
// Mandarin Chinese (advanced)
// Spanish (beginner)
// Java programming (intermed.)
// ArcGIS
// Mac + PC savvy

// Proficient in: Microsoft Office


Suite, Adobe Photoshop,
Illustrator, InDesign,
After Effects, Final Cut Pro
// Excellent organizational and
time management skills

// Editing, journalistic reporting


and interviewing, fact-checking
// Extensive solo travel experience
// TEFL Certified

June 2014 - July 2014


Cambridge, Mass.

Harvard University // Career Discovery


Six-week studio-intensive urban design program. Thoroughly
trained in analog modeling, design representation, spatial and multidemensional analysis, and historical and contemporary urban design
issues.

Aug. 2010 - May 2014


Gainesville, Fla.

University of Florida // GPA 3.59


Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science
Minors: Chinese Language + Literature
Sustainability + the Built Enivironment
Scholarship: Florida Academic Scholar Award (4 years)

May 2011 - Aug. 2011


Beijing, China

Tsinghua University // GPA 3.73


Coursework toward Chinese minor
Scholarship: Benjamin A. Gilman Intl Scholarship

EDUCATION

EXPERIENCE

Oct. 2014 - Present


New York, N.Y.

Studio Coordinator, Architizer and HWKN


Create a positive, productive and orderly workspace for the studios
of both HWKN Architecture and Architizer. Executive assistant to
both principals. Event planning, manage annual studio budget and
provide basic I/T support and supplementary editorial, PR and HR
support to both companies.

Aug. 2013 - May 2014


Gainesville, Fla.

College Liaison, UF School of Natural Resources + Environment


Advised underclassmen and prospective SNRE majors on academic
and extracurricular pathways. Met with new students and families,
maintained relationships and served as a role model. Designed and
edited SNREs weekly college-wide emails.

Jan. 2013 - May 2014


Gainesville, Fla.

Layout Designer, Tea Literary Magazine


Contributed design direction and application as part of a four member team working on the layout and brand of UFs annual literary
and art magazine. All design done in Adobe InDesign. Required
decisiveness and a sharp eye for aesthetics.

Aug. 2012 - May 2014


Gainesville, Fla.

Editor-in-Chief, The Fine Print


Managed a staff of 15+ and orchestrated publication of an independent quarterly magazine. Duties included: organize and lead
meetings; conduct interviews; train new staff; curate, design +
self-publish annual literary/arts journal; file grant applications; and
manage annual budget. Demanded great attention to detail and
strict adherence to deadlines.