Experience

Waltham, MA (January 2008 – May 2009)
Teaching Assistant, Managing Across Cultures

I acted as an American “cultural ambassador” to nearly 100 international business students within a graduate management course. My task was to help these students understand how to adapt to American corporate settings and “code-switch” when moving between cultures. I helped the students coordinate role-playing scenarios to develop specific interpersonal skills, and offered personal coaching both in and out of the classroom. I also designed and maintained an administrative electronic database of student assignments and drafted instructional documentation for future teaching assistants.

Waltham, MA (September 2006 – May 2009)
Student Employee

In addition to assisting with the basic functions of the Registrar’s Office, I took the lead on two significant projects involving technology and administrative organization:
• Assumed project management for redesign of official website and directed the process with Library Technology Services
• Managed the revision of registration materials, official documents, and University Bulletin

Wayland, MA (June 2008 – August 2008)
Summer Associate

After working with the principals to develop client marketing strategies for Boston area real estate firms, I researched and created press releases with targeted editorial focus for client news coverage. I was also responsible for writing editorial e-blasts, maintaining distribution lists, drafting internal memos, and documenting instructions for future employees.

Online (May 2008 – August 2008)
Research Assistant

I provided logistical and research support for the nonprofit Nolkup water decontamination project in Bangladesh. I established contact with Bengali insurance providers and arranged meetings for the principal’s trip to Bangladesh.

New York, NY (June 2006 – August 2006)
Public Relations Intern

I researched client outreach, networking, and advertising opportunities with print and broadcast media outlets. I compiled and maintained media contact lists using MediaMap, Factiva, and CRM database. Additionally, I assisted with press kit assembly and helped coordinate office relocation.

Waltham, MA (September 2005 – May 2006)
Student Web and Data Technician

I worked in the Office of Institutional Research during my first year at Brandeis. I was responsible for programming online surveys for circulation to the Brandeis community, compiling data, and creating survey results documentation using SPSS.

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