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Manager Assistant

Location:
Camarillo, California, United States
Posted:
September 10, 2018

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Eduardo “E.J.” Morera

ac6z4c@r.postjobfree.com; Mobile: 805-***-****

Current Address:

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Camarillo, CA 93010

Permanent Address:

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Camarillo, CA 93010

EDUCATION:

University of California, Berkeley

B.A. Economics

B.A. Political Science specializing in American Politics, Comparative Politics, and International Relations

GPA 3.591/4.0

Relevant Courses: Wealthy & Poverty, Global Poverty Impact Evaluation, Econometrics, Development and Globalization, Statistics, Entrepreneurship, The Craft of Writing, Freedom of Speech and of the Press, Constitutional Law

EXPERIENCE:

Kaiser Permanente’s National Legal Dept. KP Launch INROADS Intern Summer ‘16

[40 hrs/wk]Worked on various projects from data-entry to preparing binders for mediation. Gave a presentation to executives on Millennial Health and the future of Health Care which won the best presentation of the summer. Was invited back to serve again at any point in the future as an extern.

UC Berkeley University/External Relations Student Assistant June ‘15 – June ‘18

[15-20 hrs/wk] Worked on a wide range of projects from data-entry to writing and editing emails and letters. Also, previously made budgets and managed the overall finances of projects.

Intern for CA State Assembly Member Jeff Gorell of the 44th District June ‘14 – August ‘14

[20-25 hrs/wk]Assisted with publicity for in-school events and researched ways to increase voter turn-out and minority participation in midterm elections.

Worked in his congressional office on constituent issues and in his campaign office canvassing, phone banking, and on direct mail. Helped to plan and execute a Latino voter outreach program and get-out-to-vote drive.

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES/LEADERSHIP:

Bay Area Legal Aide Volunteer September ‘17 – May ‘18

[5 hrs/wk]Served in a court-based self-help center in Richmond and the Bay Area educating litigants on their legal options and potential outcomes. Specifically worked in the Domestic Violence Restraining Orders Clinic assisting participants with pro per pleadings to obtain a Domestic Violence Temporary Restraining Order and assisting participants with understanding the process at the Richmond Superior Court.

Boost@Berkeley-Haas Leadership Advisor and Mentor Fall ‘16 – May ‘18

[2 hrs/wk]A youth entrepreneur program which helps low-income, underserved, underprivileged, and underrepresented students and students who would be the first to attend college in their family with a year-round program that provides hundreds of hours of educating, mentoring, coaching and support. It focuses on one of the leading causes of the achievement gap in education: the opportunity gap, by teaching valuable life skills, business principles, and opportunity recognition and only accepting low-income students from public schools with a GPA between 2.5. and 3.5 (since students above this GPA average typically already receive aid, assistance, and attention).

Interfraternity (IFC) Council Vice President of Risk Management Jan ’16 - December ‘16

[7 hrs/wk]Streamlined and centralized risk management policies for the IFC and all chapters after analyzing hundreds of pages of bylaws and insurance policies and consolidating them into our eight-page Standard Operating Procedures.

Berkeley Go Solar! Campaign Coordinator/Manager February ‘15 - May ‘15

[4 hrs/wk] Berkeley Go Solar! was the lead campaign for CalPIRG (Cal’s Public Interest Research Group) which focused on canvassing, drafting a bill, and garnering grassroots support for city- and state-wide renewable energy sources.

Created a bill that was passed by Berkeley City Hall that requires the city to get 50% of their energy from clean sources by 2025. This bill gained Kevin de León’s support and inspired Senate Bill 100 which was recently brought before the General Assembly.

HONORS/AWARDS:

Recipient of the 2016 – 2017 California Alumni Association Leadership Award

A one-year merit-based scholarship given to students who demonstrate innovative, motivational leadership impacting academic, work, or community environments.

Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America September ‘02 - Present

TECHNICAL & NON-TECHNICAL SKILLS:

Proficient with Microsoft Office and the Apple and Google versions of it. Proficient in Stata and adept at statistical and regression analyses.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills; excellent leadership skills and adept at team-building with superior teamworking skills.

HOBBIES/INTERESTS:

I enjoy working out, especially weightlifting. I also enjoy outdoor activities like snorkeling, hiking, backpacking, rock-climbing and bouldering. Some of my interests include public speaking, speech-making, cooking, and health and nutrition.



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