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Educator, Manager, Director

Fort Washington, MD
June 24, 2018

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Fort Washington, MD, 20744

Cell 301-***-****

Manager / Director / Educator

Motivated... Collaborative Leadership... Detailed Oriented

Profile: Motivated and detail oriented administrator and educator. Experience specializing in medical billing, office management and education. Ability to lead, work individually or as a member of a team. Strong public speaking abilities and writing expertise. Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, i.e. Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook.

Professional Experience:

THE KINHAVEN SCHOOL, Arlington, VA. January 2009 – September 2017

Camp Manager June 2017 – September 2017

Extensive planning, organization and decision making.

Performed follow up interviews prior to hiring camp counselors as well as effectively supervised coached and mentored camp counselors.

Oversaw plans, assisted with scheduling programs, which included games, arts and crafts, character building, reading program and special events.

Auxiliary Program Director September 2016 – June 2017

Gather and consolidate program information for afternoon curriculums with outside vendors.

Per Educational Directors instruction and absence, interpret and apply regulations, policies and procedures to perform a variety of administrative support.

Gathering and consolidating data to respond to factual requests for program information related to state law and procedures.

Coordinate and track correspondence and other documents as assigned by Educational Director.

Lead Teacher January 2009 – June 2017

Prepare correspondence, reports and other written material using a variety of office software products (i.e. word processing, spreadsheets, database management and slide presentations) for daily and weekly updates of children’s activities and progress.

Planned, developed, documented and implemented developmentally age appropriate curriculum for multiple diverse classes.

Provide balance of hands-on experiences, learning centers and free choice activities with an easy transition for a variety of ages within each class setting.

Prepare monthly activity plans with updated curriculum themes to Educational Director.

Schedule meetings, special programs and special projects for off-site and on-site learning while staying within monthly budget.

Meet and maintain requirements with Commonwealth of Virginia, Arlington County, Prince George’s County and State of Maryland licensing as well as policies and procedures implemented by The Kinhaven School for teaching compliance and continued educational training.

Non-Profit Experience:


Vice President October 2015 - October 2017

Elected Vice President to assist with transition of new board of directors.

Aided new President with acquisition of playing fields, permits, insurance and vendors.

Preformed duties as needed on behalf of the league President.


President October 1997 – September 2015

Elected President with the task of rebuilding a faltering baseball program that was losing membership due to mismanagement, neglect and competition from rival youth baseball programs. The program grew to be one of the largest youth baseball program in the Southern Maryland area with an average annual membership of 15–21 teams for boys and girls ages 4-18.

Developed an aggressive campaign to foster community support for all youth sports in addition to Little League Baseball.

Coordinated overall program which included screening and staffing of more than 90 volunteer personnel.

Invoked strong training policy for volunteer coaches and made it mandatory for all volunteers to be background checked through local, state and federal clearances. This requirement of all volunteers in addition to coaches being background cleared influenced Little League Inc. to adopt the policy internationally making it mandatory in all countries.

Coordinated training of staff members – Emergency Medical Training.

Maintained database for player candidates, families, volunteers and staff for consistent record keeping.

Authorized annual charter application, which binds league members to observe regulations. Ensured rules and regulations of national charter organization were followed. Selected and appointed managers, coaches, umpires, and committees with final approval by league’s Board of Directors.

Supervised overall program structure which includes staffing of more than 90 volunteer personnel.

Oversaw and approved budgets for operations, equipment, uniforms, concession and facility scheduling’s. Approved sponsors and fundraisers for local league.

Maintained evaluations of personnel for disciplinary concerns as well as rewarding deserving personnel.

Designed, developed and maintained website and email accounts for Fort Washington Little League.

Acquired, scheduled and coordinated guest athletes, local politicians and public speakers as well as lodging when needed for tournaments, special games and events.

Frequented fields during practices and games to know members within group, answered questions and assured the compliance of rules was met.

Served as a liaison for conflict resolution as needed.

Additional Experience:

Ettejam Family Daycare, Fort Washington, MD

Proprietor August 1999 – December 2008

Home family child care provider, performing a combination of day care and teaching duties for children ranging in ages of 6 weeks to 12 years old.

Registered daycare provider with military off base housing authority, Henderson Hall Child Care Administration, Quantico Marine Base 2002 – 2006.

Completed 50% of training for Child Development Associate (CDA) credentialing.

Developed and organized core curriculum activities to stimulate children’s physical, emotional, intellectual, and social growth. Initiated and maintained scheduled conferences and informal meetings to discuss each child’s developmental progress and needs.

Developed nutrition diet and stressed good eating habits and personal hygiene. Carefully noted and logged signs of emotional or developmental distress and discussed these matters with the child’s parents through the informal and scheduled meeting process.

Aggressively maintained compliance with all state licensing regulations and requirements. including training in CPR, child development and general nutrition.

Ettejam Property Management Services, Fort Washington, MD

Proprietor March 1998 – March 2009

Developed and modified rental contract agreements.

Interviewed and performed credit worthiness background checks of potential tenants.

Serviced properties ranging from multi-unit structures to single family dwellings.

Kept up to date with housing market to make adjustments where necessary in rental pricing.

Hired and scheduled contractors to make repairs to maintain pristine conditions of rental properties.

Represented clients in court proceedings to retrieve funds and/or losses due to tenant negligence and/or eviction for nonpayment.

Joseph Giere, M. D. Obstetrics & Gynecology, Washington, DC

Office Manager May 1992 – November 1994

Human Resources Manager - supervised staff of five employees.

Medical billing including, but not limited to. Verified insurance coverage, insurance billing, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll.

Evaluated employee performances, initiated and participated in disciplinary actions and terminations, as appropriate.

Performed management duties such as human resources, ordering supplies, scheduling of employees, benefits administration, handling patient issues, and coordinating the overall flow of the practice.

Ophnell Cumberbatch, M.D., P.A., Fairmont Heights, MD

Accounts Receivable Manager October 1989 - May 1992

Evaluated previous accounts receivable practices. Beta testing to discover inconsistencies and inadequacies with existing medical software.

Redesigned and implemented new accounts receivable computer system and medical software. Supervised new medical billing system.

Submitted health insurance claims, physician medical reports, and other related documents to various health, life, and automotive insurance companies for proper monetary disbursements.

Trent W. Davis, M.D., Neurologist, Washington, DC

Assistant Office Manager July 1982 – October 1989

Assistant Office Manager. Responsible for daily operations within the office including patient scheduling.

Submitted health insurance claims, physician medical reports, and other related documents to various health, life, and automotive insurance companies for proper monetary disbursements.


Bachelor of Business Administration, Computer Based Information Systems

Howard University, Washington, D. C.




The Kinhaven School

915 N. Oakland Street

Arlington, VA 22203



January 2009 – September 2017



TMI Solutions, Inc.

7375 Executive Place Suite 100

Lanham, MD 20706



Resource Management Officer

Securities & Exchange Commission

Washington, D. C.


Dr. Denise White-Jennings

Child Psychologist

DC Public Schools

Randle Highlands Elementary School

1650 30th Street, S. E.

Washington, D. C. 20020


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