SANDRA FRANKLIN WROBEL
Atlanta, GA 30339
EDUCATION Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University. Blacksburg, VA
Master of Arts. Counselor Education. December 1993
Hollins University, Roanoke, Virginia
Bachelor of Arts. May 1991. Sociology.
PROFESSIONAL DOMESTIC AND INTERNATION CONSULTANT
EXPERIENCE Adoption January 2016 – Present
Interview birth moms and adoptive families
Provide counseling to birth moms and adoptive families
Advocate for birth mothers placing their children for adoption
Conduct interviews, home visits and prepare written home studies
Post placement written reports
Placement of special needs and severely ill infants
Coordinate health care needs of pregnant mother and baby
Work closely with OB providers, hospitals and Neonatal Intensive
Care Units to develop an ongoing Plan of Care for mothers and babies
TRINITY EARLY LEARNING CENTER
Fine Arts Instructor (Part-time) September 2008 – 2015
Responsible for coordinating fine arts education for ages eight weeks
to five years old.
Develop age appropriate curriculum and coordinate with all staff.
Keep parents informed of activities and progress of their individual
Market the importance of music, art, drama, puppetry, speaking in early childhood to potential parents, teachers and board.
COLDWELL BANKER REALTORS
Sales Associate July 1994 – December 2009
Licensed realtor/sales associate in Virginia.
Professional customer advocate for buyers and sellers.
Sold, leased or managed properties in diverse housing markets.
Developed and implemented marketing plans and strategies.
Worked with corporate relocation companies assisting buyers and sellers with specific relocation needs. Included high volumes of organized detailed computer work and record maintenance.
Exhibited strong verbal and written communication skills.
Maintained up-to-the-date computer listing and selling presentations tailored to individual clients in their specific markets.
Knowledge in technology, email, social media, smart phone and GPS.
Attended yearly ethical and fair housing seminars.
ROANOKE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS September 1991 –June 30, 2002 GUIDANCE COUNSELOR / COURT LIAISION / COORDINATOR OF
Provided counseling services to an city middle school of 545 students
Worked with individual students and small groups to improve test taking abilities, improve grades as well as providing coping skills for
issues occurring with peers, in the home and the community.
Co-founded grass roots project to reduce overall school system problem with truancy.
Coordinated efforts of school system, department of social services, police department and juvenile court system to design a system wide
definition of truancy, designed truancy monitoring system, documented interventions of school staff, wrote court reports and testified regarding these reports to the juvenile court. Followed through to see that court ordered rulings were implemented and followed by students and their families.
Served on a national panel with juvenile court judge, school superintendent and school principal to address “An Interdisciplinary Approach to Resolving Truancy”.
Wrote policy development, provided orientation of new staff and supervised staff of 35 members.
Wellspring Living. Teach Life Skills to minor girls who are victims of sexual abuse and exploitation. Serve as a network speaker to organizations and schools to bring awareness and training regarding
Domestic Sex Trafficking of Minors. (August 2015 to present)
Pastors’ Aide Committee, Trinity Presbyterian Church (2008 to present).
Court Appointed Special Advocates (1989 to 2007) Case manager and President of the Board of Directors (CASA).
Prompt and available
Comfortable with agency promotion and marketing
Ability to meet any individual at their level and build a personal relationship
REFERENCES FURNISHED UPON REQUEST