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Customer Service Administrative Assistant

Location:
Alexandria, Virginia, United States
Posted:
May 19, 2017

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LINDA L.KELLER

571-***-****

(AT&T) Contact Number

Residence: (Previous Addresses) Mailing Address:

***** ******** ***** *.*. Box 3651

Rockville, MD 20853 Gaithersburg, MD 20885-3561

Address for June/July 2011(before being forced onto Social Security-economically)

12701 Barbara Road, Silver Spring, MD 20916

Please Note: Linda Lee Louise White 1971-1988(Previous Homeowner-Bank Mortgage)

Permanent Address: 19810 Bazzellton Place, Gaithersburg, MD 20878 1977-1987

Linda Lee Keller 1988- Present (Previous Permanent Address-Homeowner Bank Mortgage)

Permanent Address: 20528B Shadyside Way, Germantown, MD 20874 1987-2004)

(Still paying Storage fees waiting for DOJ and others to clear the record correctly)

OBJECTIVE: To be hired in early 2017 in a position working in the Administrative role for U.S. Government

or for a U.S. Contractor/Consultant Position

2011 Memberships: Washington Project for the Arts (WPA.org) & AARP

Previous Memberships: Sierra Club (Maryland Chapter) 2008-2010

Community Service: Manna Foods, Rockville, MD (July 2008)

Volunteer for Facilitator for English Conversation Club Potomac, MD - 2008-2010

Computer Knowledge: Microsoft Vista Suite and XP Windows 2003-2007

MSWord, MSExcel, MSPowerPoint & Adobe Photoshop 2003

MS Word MS PowerPoint MS Excel Clip Art MS Access MS Outlook MS Publisher Photo Editor

Adobe Illustrator Adobe Photoshop Corel Draw & Photo Paint Suite Windows Explorer Internet Mail

Internet Explorer File Maker Pro

EDUCATION HISTORY:

George Washington University, Washington, DC

Fine Arts – Oil Painting, 1989

Montgomery College, Rockville, MD

General Studies – Art, 1966-68; Secretarial courses-1980

University of Maryland, College Park, MD

B.A. Degree, January 25, 1971 - Art-Secondary Education

Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington, DC

Drawing and Painting, 2005 in addition to previously open program credit courses

1975-76, 1982-83, 1984-85

Maryland State Certified Art Teacher – (Secondary Education 1988-98)

Type Standard Professional -2/Reference # 50-***-**-**** (7/01/1993-7/01/1998)

MOST RECENT EMPLOYER

AHOLD/STOP & SHOP/GIANT FOOD, INC. LLC 2008-2010

STORE #198, POTOMAC, MD 2008-2010

Front End Cashier (Flexible): 8/08 to 09/10 (Average 25-35+hrs/wk)

Cashier checked out customer’s groceries with friendly professional customer service. Processed Checks, Trade Accounts, WIC Benefits, Price Accuracy Guarantee, Customer Service, as well as Bagger. Returned items to be restocked or items not sold and FDA Recalls. Flexible scheduled hours. Store Hours M-Sat 6:00 AM to 12:00 PM; Sun 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM.

OTHER RECENT EMPLOYMENT:

Sept 06 – Apr 2007 Lord & Taylor, Tyson’s Corner, McLean, VA

Sales Assistant, Dresses & Designer Tailored Sportswear

Nov 05 – Jun 2006 Assistant (Sales Full-time) – China/Silver/Crystal

Bloomingdale’s, Kensington, MD

Jul 05 - Nov 2005 Cashier – Full-time

Filene’s Basement, Mazza Gallerie, Washington, D.C.

June 2005 Office Assistant (Temporary)

C. Clifton Veirs Insurance Agency, Rockville, MD

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EDUCATION/ART

TOUCHSTONE GALLERY, WASHINGTON, D.C. 2009

“MY SPACE ON 7TH” Gallery showing featuring 90 local artists

(Five Paintings Exhibited), August 12 –September 4, 2009

CORCORAN COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN, WASHINGTON, D.C., 2005

(OPEN PROGRAMS), (Spring Semester)

“Painting in a Series” – Professor Judy Southerland – Created 16 Paintings with acrylics on canvas.

EDUCATION/ART

MEMBER OF THE “YELLOW BARN”, GLEN ECHO PARK, MD, 2005, 2002-2003

Glen Echo, MD

MARYLAND STATE SUBSTITUTE TEACHER: 8/96 TO 6/04

Howard County Public Schools, Ellicott City, MD (Active 2001-2004)

Substitute Teacher (Art) - Elementary, Middle, and High Schools. Worked when available for assignments, usually in addition to other employment at the time.

ART LESSONS AT YOUR HOUSE, GERMANTOWN, MD

Art Tutor to children and adults: 7/95 to 12/00

Self-Employment: Created Art Lesson tutoring business based on appointment only at student’s home. Assisted students from Elementary, Middle, and High School as well as Adults with individualized lessons for learning “art” from drawing, painting, cartooning, and illustration. Supported students’ interest to enter competitions. Several students won awards.

GALLERY OF NEW MASTERS, SANDY SPRING, MD

Drawing Instructor (Part-time) 2000

Adult Class – Beginning Level to intermediate level skills for Drawing

Saturdays – Fall Schedule

BEAUVOIR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, THEN NATIONAL CATHEDRAL,

WASHINGTON, D.C

Beauvoir Aftercare Program–Employed as Aftercare Program Art Teacher. 8/98-9/98

Designed in addition, decorated bulletin boards for school and classroom. Attended

Sexual Harassment Workshop mandatory for entire National Cathedral Staff.

MARYLAND CERTIFIED TEACHER FOR SECONDARY ART EDUCATION 1988-1998

CERTIFICATION NUMBER - Type Standard Professional -2/Reference # 50-***-**-**** (7/01/1993-7/01/1998)

1988-1989 GEORGE WASHING UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON, D.C. (Credit course)

Studied Advanced Oil Painting with Professor William Woodward in the evening while working

full-time as an Administrative Assistant for the University.

CORCORAN SCHOOL OF ART, WASHINGTON, D.C. 1975-1985; 1989

Attended (Open Program Classes for Credit) in Drawing, Figure Painting, & Landscape Painting

Drawing I, II, & III from with Professors Berthold Schmutzhardt (Drawing I& II, 1975-1976), William Christenberry, (Drawing II & III, 1982-1983); Joe Shannon, (Figure Painting, 1984) and Walt Bartman (Landscape Painting, 1985) as well as Stephen Cushner (Painting II, 1989). Professor William Christenberry (His Artwork in Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C.) My class figure drawing was chosen and exhibited for the Annual Open Program Exhibit at the Corcoran School of Art in February 1983 by Professor William Christenberry and in addition, he requested me to do the Exhibit Design for our class show at the Pan American Building, Washington, D.C., in 1982-83.

ARCHDIOCESE OF WASHINGTON

ST. MARTIN’S CATHOLIC SCHOOL, GAITHERSBURG, MD

1984-85 (PT), AND 1986-87(FT-2 SCHOOLS)

1984-85 Employed as Part-time Art Teacher for Grades 1-8, St. Martin’s School and (1986-87)

ST. ELIZABETH’S SCHOOL, ROCKVILLE, MD, 1986-1987

1986-87 Employed as Full-time Art Teacher for Grades 1-8 (Both Schools)

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ADMINISTRATIVE EMPLOYMENT

TEMPORARY WORK EXPERIENCES 1996 -2005

Temporary assignments from the following companies with experience as Administrative Assistant/HR Scheduler/Graphics Assistant/Receptionist and Financials with graphics capabilities. Experience with the following industries/organizations: Construction, Engineering, Biotech, U.S. Government, and Montgomery County Government

The following temporary agencies were employers:

Randstad Work Solutions, Randstad (formerly Accustaff), E-Staff (Electronic Talent of Washington), Howard County Public Schools, Builder Staffing Solutions, Office Team, Sparks Personnel Services, Manpower Temporaries and Manpower Professional, Bechtel Corporation and Olsten Staffing Services.

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

Provided reception and security detail by logging/registering visitors, badges, and following security and or OSHA rules when required and necessary with all visitors and employees.

Provided administrative support to executives and professionals in academia and private industry.

Executed responsibilities using superior professional skills that included planning and organization.

Attention to detail, ability to handle multiple priorities, and meet deadlines.

Strong interpersonal skills include effective communications, diplomacy, and the maintenance of personal and corporate confidentialities.

Created and produced numerous types of documents, including memos and correspondence.

Also worked on legal contracts, periodic management reports, as well as manuals and newsletters.

Created and monitored several tracking logs, ensuring issues were resolved appropriately and in a timely manner.

Created and maintained numerous file systems, organizing work, and paper flow to maximum efficiency.

Monitored fixed assets and expenditures, ensuring cost effective corporate/divisional operations.

Served in resolving faculty and departmental administrative or procedural issues.

Prepared for signature, bills and expense reports.

PREVIOUS PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT

1997, 1999-2002 HECHT COMPANY, MONTGOMERY MALL, BETHESDA, MD

1988-1995, LORD & TAYLOR, WHITE FLINT MALL, K ENSINGTON, MD

Sales Associate in Petites, Accessories, Men’s, and other departments.

2002, GREATER WASHINGTON FAMILY PRACTICE,

DANIEL E. SNOW, M.D., GERMANTOWN, MD

Front Desk Receptionist and Scheduler

1997, ALLIED TECHNOLOGY GROUP, INC., ROCKVILLE, MD

Administrative Assistant for Marketing

1996, ROBERTA F. PALESTINE, M.D., BETHESDA, MD (DERMATOLOGY)

Front Desk Assistant for Office

1995, CHILDREN’S NATIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, WASHINGTON, D.C.

Surgical Coordinator for Department of Otolaryngology

1993-1994, MARRIOTT INTERNATIONAL, INC. – HOTELS, CORPORATE HQ

(RISK MANAGEMENT AND CLAIMS DEPARTMENT), BETHESDA, MD

Personal Secretary to Director of Occupational Health Services

1992, METROPOLITAN FIBER SYSTEMS-ICC TELECOMMUNICATIONS, MCLEAN, VA

Field Secretary to Director of Sales for MD/DC/VA Region

1989, 1990-91, GTE/CONTEL MERGER – TELECOMMUNICATIONS, MCLEAN, VA

Staff Secretary, Administrative Secretary (Rockville Office)

1987, 1988-89, GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON, D.C.

Executive Assistant, Residency Secretary (Medical Center) Program Assistant (Academic Center)



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