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Location:
Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States
Posted:
June 23, 2011
Email:
dvhe33@r.postjobfree.com
Contact Info:
************@*****.***


Sharon Bonini
P.O. Box ****
Sedona, AZ *****
928-***-****
dvhe33@r.postjobfree.com

Career Experience

Back in Balance Bodywork: Arizona, Alaska, Hawaii, Colorado and Pennsylvania: 3/1998 to present

Provide therapeutic massage therapy and energy work to clients in private, spa and clinical settings utilizing Hawaiian Lomi, Polarity therapy and Reiki. Reiki master.

Forest Ranger/Naturalist: Chugach National Forest, Portage, Alaska: 5/1996 to 9/1996

Manned the visitor center, disseminated information and conducted educational programs about geology, natural and cultural history of the area, guided interpretive hikes and functioned as a naturalist aboard the Alaska Marine Ferry.

Nursery Specialist: Qutekcak Shellfish Hatchery, Seward, Alaska: 10/1995 to 5/1996

Managed and maintained Pacific Oyster and Alaska Native Littleneck Clams seedstock and nursery production research and development.

Volunteer Interpretive Park Ranger: Kenai Fjords National Park, Seward, Alaska: 5/1995 to 10/1995

Manned the visitor center, conducted evening educational presentations, guided interpretive hikes including a full day hike to the Harding Ice field, disseminated information pertaining to the geology, natural and cultural history of the area and promoted safety while roving at Exit Glacier, a remote site.

Volunteer Interpretive Park Ranger: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Volcano, Hawaii: 1/1995 to 4/1995

Manned the information desk, conducted interpretive hikes and environmental education programs, disseminated information pertaining to geology, Hawaiian culture, ethnobotany and assured safety at the active lava flow site.

Environmental Educator/Naturalist: Whiskeytown Environmental School, Whiskeytown, California: 9/1994 to 1/1995

Prepared lesson plans and instructed fifth and sixth grade students in an outdoor school on the concepts of cycles, adaptation, change, appreciation and ecological responsibility.

Aquaculture Technician: Uwajima Fisheries, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii: 11/1990 to 6/1992

Maintained Japanese Flounder broodstock and their environment and assisted the manager with the operation of the farm.

Interpretive Guide/Program Aide/Naturalist: Ho’omaluhia Botanical Garden, Kaneohe, Hawaii: 11/1989 to 11/1990
Conducted interpretive hikes for school and community groups focusing on ethnobotany and the natural and cultural history of Hawaii.

Research Aquaculture Technician: Oceanic Institute, Waimanalo, Hawaii: 12/1988 to 12/1989

Assisted the resident biologist with marine finfish spawning and farming research, utilized dry and wet laboratory techniques, managed water quality and input data into computer programs.

Environmental Educator/Naturalist: Earthtrust, Kailua, Hawaii: 8/1989 to 11/1990

Researched and compiled information for ongoing campaigns and projects, conducted educational presentations for community, business and school groups and functioned as a naturalist aboard a whale watch vessel, documenting marine mammal sightings and interpreting marine information to the visitors.

Unit Secretary Operating Room: Queen’s Medical Center: Honolulu, Hawaii: 1986 to 1990

Scheduled surgical procedures in a computer program, telephone dispatch, coordinated the trauma team, clerical duties, and assisted the nurse coordinator assure the smooth operation of the surgical suite.

Education:
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA - Environmental Studies/Biology
CCAC, Pittsburgh, PA - Biology/Medical Lab
Windward Community College, Kaneohe, HI – Environmental Studies/Biology
Maui School of Therapeutic Massage
Polarity Institute of Boulder
Reiki Master

References Available Upon Request