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811 Holmes Street ‡ Atlanta, GA 30318
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(478) 396 6602 ‡ suddin3@gatech.edu
C A R E E R O BJ E C T I V E
Bachelor of Science in Management degree candidate with strong leadership ability, work ethic, and positive attitude, seeking a
position in Operations Management with a high-growth company.

EDUC A T ION
G E O R G I A INST I T U T E O F T E C H N O L O G Y , C O L L E G E O F M A N A G E M E N T A tlanta, Georgia
Bachelor of Science in M anagement May 2011
Minor in Technology & Management GPA: 3.40
Concentration: Operations Management
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G E O R G I A T E C H L O R R A IN E M etz, F rance
Georgia Tech Study A broad Program Summer 2010
Completed 11 week study in Management Ethics and History, Technology, and Society

G E O R G I A A C A D E M Y O F M A T H E M A T I CS E N G I N E E R IN G A N D SC I E N C E Cochran, Georgia
Associate of Science in Business A dministration May 2008
Major: Business Administration
Program designed for scholastic students to earn both a high school diploma and an associate degree simultaneously

W OR K E XPERIENC E
Securities and E xchange Commission (SE C) A tlanta, Georgia
Reorganizational Student Intern ± Bankruptcy Branch August 2010 - Present
Participate in public company bankruptcy reorganizations based on legal and policy issues in concern to public investors.
Monitor case filings of over 150 public company disclosure statements weekly to ensure notice of pleadings, identify issues that
affect public investors, and to protect privacy and security of all cases.
Demonstrate attention to detail in classifying and processing Chapter 11 Petitions with public investor interest of the Commission.
Student Temporary Employment Position (ST EP) Intern June 2009 ± May 2010
Assisted staff by conducting research in the areas of business, law, and administrative duties.
Developed Excel spreadsheets to organize the travel deobligations of funds for up to $250,000 per quarter.

C ampus Recreational C enter (C R C) A tlanta, Georgia


Member Services May 2009 ± August 2010
Improved efficiencies in new memberships and renewals by updating software to save time and costs by better procedures.
Handled patron conflicts in responsible manner and coordinated with supervisor and coworkers for a fun environment.

L E A D E RSH IP E X P E R I E N C E
A L P H A K A PP A PSI (PR O F ESSI O N A L B USIN ESS F R A T E R N I T Y)
E xecutive Vice President/Epsilon Sigma Chapter April 2009 ± April 2010
Improved procedures in planning and monitoring our Annual Chapter Report (ACR) to maintain our goal of 100,000 ACR points.
Managed a team of 6, including Corporate Sponsorship, Marketing, and Public Relations directors, to ensure the exposure of our
members and create relationships with greater Atlanta, Georgia Tech campus, and other student organizations.
Exemplified strong discipline, communication, and a motivating attitude with committee chairs so structured updates are reported.

S K I L LS/I N T E R ESTS
Skills: Word; Excel; PowerPoint; PACER/ECF database
A ffiliations: Technology and Management Class of 2011; Women in Science and Technology 09/10; Mentors and Mentees
A wards: Defense Commissary Agency Scholarship; Alpha Kappa Psi Gold Brother ± Excellence in Leadership,
Professionalism, Philanthropy (Highest Brother Honors)
Volunteer: Red Cross Volunteer; TeamBuzz ± Volunteer campus organization
Interests: Traveling, Canyoning, Planning, Swimming

Willing to Relocate

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