ROBERT BROWN

2807 North Glebe Road
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Box 153 l Arlington, VA

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(203)-507-7040    l robert_brown@marymount.edu

OBJECTIVE:  
 

Seeking  a  part-­‐time  position  to  gain  experience  with  the  business  start-­‐up  process.  

 

 

 

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

         

SUMMERY  OF  QUALIFICATIONS:  
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Proven  leadership  ability  to  motivate  and  coach  others  to  successful  program  outcomes   Ability  to  mediate  situations,  especially  those  involving  strong  personalities  or  conflicting  agendas   Expert  time  manager  of  multiple  programs  and  projects  often  with  overlapping  deadlines   Technically  savvy  and  able  to  learn  new  systems  quickly  

AREAS  OF  EXPERIENCE:  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Communications  and  Relationship  Building   • Polished  interpersonal  communication  and  writing  skills  to  include  designing  and  delivering  PowerPoint  and  oral   presentations  to  audiences  ranging  from  20-­‐1,000.  May  2004-­‐  Cub  Scout  speaker  at  the  Good  Scouts  Award  luncheon,  June   2011-­‐  Boy  Scout  speaker  at  the  Good  Scouts  Award  luncheon,  Delivered  Presidential  Address  at  High  School  graduation   • News  Columnist,  Amity  Trident,  Amity  High  School  newsletter,  Order  of  the  Arrow  National  Bulletin  Staff  writer,  and   contracted  freelance  writer  for  online  publication   Technical   • Highly  proficient  in  Windows  and  Mac  platforms,  Apple  iOS,  BlackBerry  OS,  Adobe  Photoshop,  Adobe  Illustrator,  some   HTML  coding,  Adobe  InDesign,  Microsoft  Office  2003-­‐2010,  Apple  iWork,  Apple  iLife,  Constant  Contact,  WordPress,  Social   Media  marketing  (Facebook,  Twitter),  photography,  and  videography.   • Adept  at  troubleshooting  and  resolving  connectivity  issues,  and  hardware/software  installation     • Experienced  at  designing  web  sites  and  updating  content   Leadership   • Experienced  leader  of  Boy  Scouts,  peers,  and  club  members  engaged  in  academic  and  civic  projects.  July  2010-­‐  Staff   Member,  Boy  Scouts  of  America  National  Scouting  Jamboree  at  Fort  AP  Hill,  Virginia  (Centennial  Anniversary  Jamboree)   • September  2010-­‐  2011-­‐  Assistant  Scoutmaster  of  Troop  925,  Orange   • Enjoy  challenging  assignments  that  involve  risk  taking   • Calming  presence  that  serves  me  well  in  volatile  situations  when  the  need  arises  to  disseminate  unpopular  or  highly   controversial  information  
 

EDUCATION  AND  PROFESSIONAL  DEVELOPMENT:    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marymount  University,  Arlington,  VA     B.A.  Communications,  Minor  in  Politics,  expected  May  2015   Courses:    Mass  Communications,  U.S.  History  Since  1877,  Math  Problem-­‐Solving,  DISCOVER  Leadership  Course,  and  Public  Speaking   Amity  Regional  Senior  High  School,  Woodbridge,  CT   H.S.  Diploma  with  Community  Service  Distinction,  June  2011   Georgetown  University,  Washington,  D.C.     Junior  Statesmen  Summer  School,  July  2009   Course:  Advanced  Placement  United  States  History   National  Order  of  the  Arrow,  Camp  Alpine,  NJ   National  Leadership  Seminar,  March  2011  
 

LEADERSHIP  ROLES:    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BOY  SCOUTS  OF  AMERICA  &  ORDER  OF  THE  ARROW,  SCOUTING’S  NATIONAL  HONOR  SOCIETY  
Eagle  Scout,  November  2010-­‐Present   Boy  Scout  Troop  925,  Orange,  Assistant  Scoutmaster  2011,  Committee  Member  2012-­‐  Present   Order  of  the  Arrow,  Owaneco  Lodge  #313  Inducted  in  2008,  2009-­‐Present;  Owaneco  Lodge  Communications  Chairman,   Member  of  National  Digital  Media  and  Promotion  Teams  2011-­‐Present,  Member,  Social  Media  Dashboard  Sub-­‐Committee  -­‐ Term,  2011-­‐Present,  National  Bulletin  Staff  Writer  2012-­‐  Present   Connecticut  Yankee  Council  072  Volunteer,  Cub  Scout  Day  Camp  Volunteer,  ConnJam  2009  SubCamp  Commissioner,  ConnJam   2012  Marketing  Committee  Member    

   

ROBERT BROWN
 

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    MARYMOUNT  UNIVERSITY,  ARLINGTON,  VIRGINIA  
Publicity  Co-­‐Chair,  Activities  Programming  Board,  2011-­‐  Present     Class  of  2015  Senator,  Student  Government  Association,  2011-­‐Present   Member,  Marymount  University  Technology  Committee,  2011-­‐  Present   Member,  Marymount  University  Dining  Services  Committee,  2011-­‐Present   Member,  College  Democrats,  2011-­‐Present    

AMITY  REGIONAL  SENIOR  HIGH  SCHOOL,  WOODBRIDGE,  CONNECTICUT  
President  of  the  Class  of  2011,  3  terms  2008-­‐2011   Student  Representative,  Amity  Regional  Board  of  Education,  2007-­‐2011   Committee  Member:  Principal’s  Committee,  Pep  Rally  Committee  (Ad  Hoc),  Amity  District  Policy  Input  Committee   Corresponding  Secretary,  Student  Government  2008-­‐2009,  Member  2007-­‐2011   • Subcommittee  Representative,  District  Steering  Committee  for  Education  and  Instruction-­‐  2008-­‐2011,  District  Steering   Committee  on  Technology-­‐  2008-­‐2011,  Haitian  Earthquake  Relief  Team-­‐  2010-­‐2011    

TOWN  OF  ORANGE  AND  STATE  OF  CONNECTICUT  
Founding  Member,  Orange  First,  Connecticut  First  Political  Action  Committee,  2010-­‐  Present   • Web  Designer   Youth  Services  Advisory  Representative,  Town  of  Orange,  2005-­‐2011   Aide,  Special  Events  Committee,  2005-­‐  2011   Representative,  People  to  People  Student  Ambassador  Program  July  2008    

JUNIOR  STATE  OF  AMERICA  
Amity  Junior  State  Chapter  President,  2010-­‐2011     Member,  2007-­‐2011   • Director  of  Publicity,  Northeast  State,  2008-­‐2009     • Director  of  Archives  and  Information,  Northeast  State,  2009-­‐2010     • Conference  Coordinator,  ‘Amity  Minicon’,  2009-­‐2010     • 2010  Candidate  for  Lieutenant  Governor,  Northeast  Junior  State   • Northeast  State  Correspondent,  Junior  Statement  Newspaper,  2010-­‐2011    

 

4-­‐H,  MILFORD,  CONNECTICUT    
• • • • Assistant  to  Director  of  Marketing,  2001-­‐2011     Vice-­‐President,  Pacesetters  4-­‐H  Club,  2001-­‐2011   Delegate,  Citizenship  Washington  Focus  Conference,  July  2009   Member,  Connecticut  State  4-­‐H  Day  Planning  and  Publicity  Committees,  2011  

 

RECOGNITION:  

Certificate  of  Excellence,  Connecticut  Association  for  Public  School  Superintendent’s  Award,  November  2006   Regional  Youth  Leadership  Award,  Planning  for  Children  and  Youth  Committee,  November  2007      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXPERIENCE:    
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Student  Office  Assistant,  Campus  and  Residential  Services,  Marymount  University,  Arlington,  VA,  2011-­‐present   rd Intern,  District  Office  of  Congresswoman  Rosa  L.  DeLauro  (3  District  Connecticut)   Freelance  Reporter,  Orange  Patch,  2010-­‐  2011   Columnist,  Orange  Town  News,  2006-­‐  2010   Intern,  Richard  Blumenthal  for  Senate,  Fall  2010   Program  Aide,  Town  of  Orange  Youth  Services  Department,  2008-­‐2011,  and  Volunteer,  2005-­‐2009   Political  Campaign  Volunteer   o  Gayle  Slossberg  (D-­‐14)  and  Paul  Davis  (D-­‐117)  Fall  2004,  2006,  2008,  and  2010  campaigns   o Mitch  Goldblatt  and  Democratic  Team  Fall  2005  campaign   o Trish  Pearson  and  the  Democratic  Team,  Fall  2009   o Paul  Tarbox  and  Democratic  Team,  Fall  2007   Docent,  Orange  Historical  Home,  2004  

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