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Location:
Davis, California, 95616, United States
Posted:
November 25, 2018

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Mayumi Kubo

*** * *** **. *****, CA, *****

www.linkedin.com/in/mayumi-kubo-6b264920

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Passionate economist with three years of research experience in academia, with one year of experience in teaching Economics in the U.S. and with eight years of experience as an educator in public schools in Japan. Interest area: Economics of Gender and Family; Labor Economics; Health and Development Economics. Skilled in statistical analysis using STATA.

EDUCATION

Attended Ph. D program in Economics, University of California, Davis, 08/2016 - 09/2017

M.A. in Economics, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, May 2014

GPA:3.85/4.0

B.A. in Economics, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, May 2011

Honors - summa cum laude, GPA: 3.91/4.0

Minor in Business Administration, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, May 2011

B.A. in International Relations (with Teaching Certificate in High School Education), University of Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan, March 1998

SKILLS PROFILE

Work experience with data collection and statistical analysis

Conducted a variety of academic literature reviews

Excellent analytical/research skills

Excellent interpersonal skills

Proficient in Microsoft Office and STATA

Experience with Java, Python, Mathematica, AMPL, Latex, R, and Matlab

Trained teacher with 8 years of experience in Japan and 1 year in the U.S

Bilingual in Japanese and English

PUBLISHED PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLE

Kubo, M. & Chaudhuri, A. (2016). “Gender gap in health status of children in the context of one-child policy in China: Is it sibling rivalry or son preference?” Journal of Family and Economic Issues. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10834-016-9506-3

WORK EXPERIENCE

Customer Service Representative, 07/2018 – present

California Department of Health Care Services Health Care Options, Maximus. Inc.

Responds to customer phone inquiries in a prompt, courteous and concise manner.

Provides callers with an unbiased information to assist customers with application and eligibility requirements.

Accesses, reads, and interprets customers and provider data elements within customer's application.

Performs accurately all data entry functions to reflect customer activity/transactions.

Answers customer questions and assists in problem resolution.

Assists customers in the enrollment process in Medi-Cal plans.

Documents all customer encounters in clear and concise logs.

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Economics Department at UC Davis 01/2017 – 03/2017

Upper division undergraduate course “Intermediate Macro Theory” with Dr. Derek Stimel

Grading the class of 239 students and teaching the 2 sub-classes of 40 students each

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Economics Department at UC Davis 09/2016 – 12/2016

Upper division undergraduate course “Intermediate Micro Theory” with Dr. Hee Yeul Woo

Grading the class of 109 students and teaching the 2 sub-classes of 30 students each

Lecturer, Economics Department at SFSU 01/2016 – 05/2016

Lower division undergraduate course “Introduction to Microeconomic Analysis”

Lectured and graded the class of 80 students

Teaching Assistant, Economics Department at SFSU 01/2015 – 05/2015

Upper division undergraduate course “Economics of Gender”

Assisting Dr. Chaudhuri with grading, class materials, literature reviews,

operation and management for the class of 30 students

Graduate Research Assistant, Economics Department at SFSU 07/2013 - 08/2014

Assisting faculty members with data collection and statistical analysis for the “play street project” and the following research papers;

-Chaudhuri, A and S. Zieff, S (2015), “Do Open Streets Initiatives Impact Local Businesses? The Case of Sunday Streets, San Francisco, California", Journal of Transport and Health, Vol 2(4): 529-539.

-Susan G. Zieff, Anoshua Chaudhuri, Elaine Musselman, “Creating neighborhood recreational space for youth and children in the urban environment: Play(ing in the) Streets in San Francisco”, Children and Youth Services Review, Volume 70, November 2016, Pages 95-101, ISSN 0190-7409, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2016.09.014. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0190740916302936)

-Obtained a certificate to conduct a research on human subjects

-Comprehend the procedure, processes, regulations, standards, and contracts pertaining to survey data collections

-Participated in research project training and meetings

-Collected primary data through in-person survey in various districts in San Francisco

-Conducted preliminary and empirical statistical analysis using Stata

-Created and presented data and statistical analysis and results in the format of tables using excel

-Interpreted and wrote reports on data analysis and statistical tests using word

-Analyzed and evaluated the impact and effectiveness of program

-Evaluated the draft of paper

-Regularly exchanged ideas with the professors in person and by emails

-Collaborated with other members in the research team.

Independent research project, Economics Department at SFSU 01/2013 - 07/2016

Developing and preparing my term paper in a Masters level course at SF State for publication;

Kubo, M. & Chaudhuri, A. (2016). “Gender gap in health status of children in the context of one-child policy in China: Is it sibling rivalry or son preference?” Journal of Family and Economic Issues. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10834-016-9506-3

-Conducted research on the topic of my interest

-Reviewed and retrieved secondary data

-Compiled multiple data files into a master file using Stata

-Conducted and summarized academic literature reviews using word

-Cleaned up the data on a master file for further analysis using Stata

-Conducted preliminary and empirical statistical analysis using Stata

-Created and presented data and statistical analysis and results in the format of tables using excel

-Interpreted statistical tests.

-Employed various statistical tools, methodologies, and approaches to estimate the models and test the hypothesis using Stata.

-Wrote, revised, elaborated, and reorganized paper using word.

-Analyzed and evaluated the impact and effectiveness of policy

-Regularly exchanged ideas with the professor in person and by emails

-Exchanged correspondence and documents with the journal editor and referees (peer reviewers).

-Applied suggested approaches and made edits and revisions based on referees’ comments.

-Gave a presentation on my paper to the students in the relevant undergraduate course.

-Responded to the inquiries from reader of my paper.

Graduate Economics Tutor, Economics Department at SFSU 09/2012-05/2014

Tutoring students in undergraduate economics courses

High School Teacher,

Satsumasendai Shiritsu Sendai Central Junior High School 04/2005-03/2006

Kagoshima Handicapped Senior High School 04/2002-03/2005

Kagoshima Handicapped Junior High School 04/1998-03/2002

Location: Kagoshima, Japan

Employer: Board of Education of Kagoshima, Japan

Teaching English in classroom setting, with the class size of 3-30 students

Vocational training and education, and sex and peace education

Received training in and conducted the use of medical equipment for severely handicapped students

Managing an integrated classroom of 43 students with the mentally handicapped

Handling juvenile delinquency and a child with a psychological hatred of attending school

Academic and career guidance and counseling

Assisting in managing a basketball club of 7th to 9th grade

AWARDS

Ramona K. First Scholarship Award, May 8, 2013, granted by Economics department of San Francisco State University in recognition of outstanding academic performance

Teaching Assistantship, Stipend and fee fellowship awarded by Economics department of University of California, Davis

AFFILIATIONS

Member, Japan Teachers Union, January 1999-March 2006



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