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Alexis J.

Smith
415 Quincy Mail Center Cambridge, MA 02138 334-791-5567 AlexisSmith@college.harvard.edu

EDUCATION Harvard University B.A with Concentration in Social Anthropology and Secondary in Global Health and Health Policy. LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE AND ACTIVITIES Peer Health Exchange Cambridge/Boston, MA Senior Health Educator September 2012-Present Taught STIs and HIV in ninth grade classrooms of public schools in the Boston area as a Health Educator Teaches health (specifically Pregnancy Prevention) in ninth grade class rooms of public schools in the Boston area as a Senior Health Educator Support for International Change (SIC) Volunteer, Co- Campus Coordinator May 2013 Taught in rural East Africa on the topic of HIV/AIDS transmission and prevention Led an awareness campaign on the same topic Continued work in the US by recruiting new volunteers and fundraising as a Campus Coordinator Tanzania, Africa June 2012Cambridge, MA Expected May 2015

Harvard Square Homeless Shelter Cambridge, MA Street Team Volunteer November 2011-Present Ventures out once a week to distribute food and/or blankets to the homeless community in Harvard Square during the winter months (mid November to mid-April). Provides those encountered with information about resources in the area for housing, food, clothes, etc. Harvard Black Community and Student Theatre (BlackCAST) Vice President Collaborates with fellow officers to establish a yearly vision for the organization Recruits new membership and talent within the Harvard (and Cambridge) community regularly Treasurer/Producer Produced Dreamgirls, the musical in the Spring of 2013 Supervised the duties of the designers Applied for grants and oversaw budget of the organization and $6000 budget for the production PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE University of Michigan Health Systems Ann Arbor, MI Program for Multicultural Health, Intern June-August 2013 Complete internship as part of the CDC-funded University of Michigan School of Public Health Future Public Health Leaders Program Developed and implemented health programming in order to improve the health of culturally diverse populations: youth ages 5-6 and adults of various ages Designed Qualtrics surveys and evaluations Produced reports based on surveys for delivery to the community partners Harvard Student Agencies (HSA) Distributer Assisted in the marketing strategies for the agency SKILLS AND CERTIFICATIONS Computer: Proficient with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Movie Maker Languages: Intermediate Level Spanish, Beginner Medical Spanish Research Certifications: National Institutes of Health Protecting Human Research Participants Certified Cambridge, MA September-December 2012 Cambridge, MA October 2011-Present