ALYSE FRANCAIS GRIFFIS
*** ***** **** ** *****, CA 92019
Positive and energetic self-starter with 10 years of experience in interpersonal communication and leadership. Significant experience in accurately performing challenging tasks with attention to detail and accuracy. Proven ability to motivate, manage and lead team to achieve targeted results. Demonstrated time management, strong critical thinking, and strategic problem solving skills. Ability to assimilate into new environments, adapt under pressure and work independently or as a team.
To learn and demonstrate pertinent knowledge in the field of veterinary medicine while accelerating my capability to care for animals under the supervision of veterinarians.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Effective leadership and management Active Security Clearance
Strategic Problem Solving Adaptability
Critical Thinking Proficient in MS Office
Education & Related Training
Bachelor of Science, Pre-Veterinarian Emphasis, 2015
CPR (Certificate Number: AB987545-HCP) Basic First Aid (Certificate Number:AB987545-FA)
Special government sponsor courses covering contemporary gender and cultural issues, including sexual harassment training.
LANDING SUPPORT SPECIALIST (JAN 2015 –PRESENT)
U.S. MARINE CORPS
Training Coordinator, (November 2015-August 2017)
-Tracked and recorded essential information for helicopter support missions, not limited to: personnel, gear, types of lifts, number of lifts, types and type of aircraft that was supported in order to complete mission.
Team Leader, (June 2017- August 2017)
-Supervised, designed and conducted 3 workouts per week to adhere to Marine Corps physical fitness standards.
Career Planner, (August 2017-present)
- Counselled 300 Marines in regards to special duty assignments, career progression and retention.
Study Abroad Peer Advisor (January 2013 – January 2015)
BARBARA H PADNOS INTERNATIONAL CENTER-GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY
Assist students with providing information and guidance related to international travel and assisting them with completing their study abroad applications and meeting program requirements.
OCTOBER 2017 GUAM CHILDREN SCHOOL OF DEAF AND BLIND
-Cleaned and repainted walls, cleared debris, refurnished living quarters.
MAY 2013-AUGUST 2013 LA MARINA WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER
-Cleaned Cages of Tapirs, spider monkeys, green macaws, ocelots
-Prepared and fed tapirs, spider monkeys, green macaws, ocelots.
MAY 2013-AUGUST 2013 TORTUFAUNA FRESHWATER TURTLE CLINIC
- Aided in conservation and protection of Freshwater Continental Turtles of Costa Rica
-Restrained turtles during antibiotic injections.
-Monitored turtles for changes in behavior or health.
-Aided in the release of turtles after they had been cleared by the veterinarian.
APRIL 2010, APRIL 2011 RELAY FOR LIFE, AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
-Raised funds and awareness for annual walk for cancer.
JUNE 2009- AUGUST 2009 ALMOST HOME ANIMAL HAVEN
-Cleaned kennels of dogs in rotation of their walking schedule.
-Provided individual play time and human contact to dogs and cats.
Good Conduct Award (2018)
Letter of Appreciation for Career Planning (2018)
Letter of Appreciation for Guam Volunteer Work (2017)
SgtMaj Fausto Cabrera Prof. Amy Norkus
Combat Logistics Battalion 11 Grand Valley State University
Camp Pendleton, CA 92055 1 Campus Dr, Allendale, MI 49401