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Lisa R.

5245 Linnadine Way
Norcross, Georgia 30092
(770) 798-8169
EDUCATION Ed.S. In Media-Instructional Technology (pending graduation, July 2018)
M.A.T. in Secondary Economics, Mercer University, Tift College of Education. GPA 4.0.
B.A. in Economics, Vanderbilt University.
B.A. in Business Administration, Vanderbilt University.
Graduated with Honors, H.B. Plant High School, Tampa, FL.
Gifted Certified

6th Grade IB Humanities Teacher, Gwinnett County Public Schools, Pinckneyville Middle
School, (2016-Present).
 Responsible for instruction of 2 gifted, 2 on-level and 1 co-taught class.
 Junior Achievement BizTown Coordinator.
 Responsible for school’s Thursdays and Saturdays behavior intervention.
 eClass Lead Innovator
8th Grade IB Humanities Teacher, Gwinnett County Public Schools, Pinckneyville Middle
School, (December 2012-2016).
 Taught 2 gifted classes, 1 intervention class, and 2 on-level education classes.
 Leadership Team
 Social Studies Curriculum Chair
 Provided positive learning environment by establishing clear expectations and promoting a
climate of trust and teamwork within the classroom.
 Effectively planned a variety of formal and informal assessments aligned with state and
local school district and curricula.
 Demonstrated an understanding of curriculum and integrated key content elements linking
content to past and future learning experiences.
 Promoted student learning by using research based instructional strategies relevant to the
 Consistently planned a variety of formal and informal assessments aligned with
instructional results to measure student mastery of learning objectives.
Substitute Teacher, Gwinnett County Public Schools, (May 2012-December 2012).
 Responsible for implementing lesson plans, classroom management and school procedures.
Student Teaching (120+ hours)- Twelfth Grade (Jan. 2011- April 2011) Parkview High
School, Lilburn, GA.
 Student taught four College Preparatory Economics Classes and observed and assisted with
one College Preparatory Political Systems Class.
 Developed and taught effective lessons plans on Microeconomic and Macroeconomic
concepts aligned to AKS, GPS and National Council on Economic Education Standards.
Vice President Corporate Lending, Barnett Banks, Inc., Jacksonville, FL
 Managed a $1B+ portfolio for major bank.
 Relationship manager for accounts with sales of $25MM or more.
 Effectively solicited, structured and maintained profitable accounts.
Credit Officer, Citicorp World Corporation Group, Atlanta, GA
 Responsible for credit analysis for high profile accounts with sales in excess of $1B,
including Coca Cola, RJ Reynolds and Nabisco.
 Worked as part of investment banking relationship team, including mergers such as RJ
Reynolds and Nabisco.
 Continuing Education provided in conjunction with Harvard University Business School and
Citicorp University.
Assistant Vice President, Corporate Lending, SunTrust Banks, Tampa, FL
 Managed Accounts with sales of $1MM and above.
 Credit Officer.
 Secretary, Board of Directors.
Pinckneyville Middle School
 President/Co-President PTSA, (2009-2011 and 2003-2005).
 School Council (2009-2012 and 2004-2006).
 International Baccalaureate Parent Liaison (2004-2006).
 Volunteer Tutor (2003-2006).
Simpson Elementary School
 Co-Chair Build the Dream Campaign (2008-2009). Raised over $165M for the PTA and
helped implement plans for the school’s new playground and sports field.
 V.P. Finance PTA (2007-2009). Oversaw all financial aspects, including fundraisers, budgets
and audits for PTA.
 V.P. Academics PTA (2005-2007). Responsible for managing committees including science
fair, stars shiners reading program, technology and media center support.
Norcross High School
 School Council (2012-2013).
 Co-Chairman Taste of Norcross High (2006-2007). Major fundraiser to support booster
clubs, raising over $95M.
Other Volunteer/Community Involvement
 Treasurer B.S.A. Troop 525
 Second Grade Sunday School Teacher, Peachtree Corners, GA and Tampa, FL
 Board of Directors, Junior League of Tampa
 Board of Directors, Suicide and Crisis Center of Tampa, FL
 Parent Association President, Elementary and Early Childhood, Mt. Pisgah Christian School
 Stewardship Chairman and Lay Leader of Education, Hyde Park UMC, Tampa, FL
 Board of Directors, St. Mary’s Episcopal Day School, Tampa, FL
 Pavilion Dance Committee Chairman, Benefit of the Museum of Tampa
 Executive Board Member, Inaugural Festival of Trees, Child Abuse Council, Tampa, FL
 United Way Allocations Committee, Tampa, FL
 University of Tampa, Board of Counselors
 Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
 Proficient in Word, Excel, Webquests, PowerPoint and the internet.
 Strong organizational skills.
 Ability to work cooperatively with diverse groups.
 I believe all children can learn and can be held to high academic expectations to reach their
best potential.
 I want to provide a classroom environment that encourages students to be critical thinkers,
effective communicators and problem-solvers.
 I want to provide creative and innovative learning strategies to reach all types of learners.
 I will use appropriate and meaningful data to reflect upon and improve my teaching
 I want to continue to grow in my education to meet the goals and priorities of my school
Married with two children; J.P., junior-UNC, Chapel Hill and Matthew, freshman-Norcross High
Available upon request.