Maggie Reyland

6016 Deerbrook Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37221, Cell: 615.977.6585 Home: 615.673.1289 EDUCATION Bachelor of General Studies, December 2011 Emphasis: Business Management, English, and Theatre University of Missouri – Columbia Major GPA: 3.5/4.0 WORK EXPERIENCE Health Services Assistant, APS Healthcare, Nashville, Tennessee; January 2011-Present • Managed a team of 3 to 10 staff members who distributed, processed, and entered all of the sensitive health data that came into the Tennessee office. • Fielded questions, lead trainings, and solved issues with systems, data, and staff that arose on a daily basis. • Organized and planned the participation of APS Staff in health fairs, employee benefits fairs, and member help sessions. • Created communication and training materials including an in-office newsletter and new temporary employee work-flows. Career Services Supervisor, University of Missouri Career Center, Columbia, Missouri; August 2008 – December 2009. • Supervised a staff of between 30 and 40 undergraduate and graduate student paraprofessionals. • Organized the selection of new Career Specialists by recruiting, interviewing, and hiring 15 new student staff members out of over 100 applicants. • Co-instructed a Career Explorations class for undecided undergraduate students. Community Events Intern, Human Rights Campaign, Washington, D.C.; May 2008 – August 2008. • Participated with the Events Team in planning more than 100 different community events and celebrations across the country, including arranging some of the team’s travel and lodging, and renting tables, tents, and chairs. • Created spreadsheets detailing the large financial contributions the Events Team raised throughout the summer, as well as the member growth for the 2008 Festival Season. • Helped in the recruitment of new members at events located in the Washington, D.C. area. Career Specialist, University of Missouri Career Center, Columbia, Missouri; January 2006 – May 2008. • Advised students and community members on career planning and placement, resume and cover letter writing, and employment search strategies. • Completed 100 hours of paraprofessional training in communications skills, recruitment strategies, and diversity training. • Participated in 1st and 2nd round interviews and selection of Career Specialist positions, and acted as a mentor to new Career Specialists in training. Intern, The National Society of Leadership and Success, Columbia, Missouri; August 2006 – June 2007. • Developed leadership and organizational skills while working with the national executive officers to create and manage the Mizzou chapter of Sigma Alpha Pi. • Recruited and managed an executive board to carry out marketing and public relations for membership growth and community service projects. • Contracted, promoted, and managed a yearlong speaker series. ACTIVITIES and AWARDS Spot Bonus Recipient APS Healthcare Director of Development and Marketing Writer’s Stage Vice President, Gamma Rho Lambda Coordinator/Member Diversity Advisory Team Creator/Facilitator “Supervising Students” Training Program Project Manager Work Environment Educators SKILLS Proficient in both Windows and MAC OS X Operating Systems, Microsoft Office Suite including Access, Word, Power Point, Excel, and Publisher, working knowledge of Photoshop, and a basic understanding of HTML and website publishing. Nashville, TN Nashville, TN Columbia, MO Columbia, MO Columbia, MO Columbia, MO April 2011 July 2007 – Present August 2007 – August 2008 August 2007 – December 2008 September 2007 – May 2008 August 2006 – August 2007

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