AMEKA D. WEBSTER
Experienced special needs para-professional recognized for being highly organized, resourceful, and diligent about the educational progress of students.
AUGUST 2018 – PRESENT
ASSISTANT SPECIAL EDUCATION, Newman international academy
Work with special education department and general education to provide modifications needed based on learning, behavioral, emotional and physical needs of the student.
Assist students as inclusion support within the general education classrooms based on student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP).
Assist 504 students with accommodations within the general education classroom, classwork and testing needs.
Assist the teacher in the resource room for further specialized learning per needs of each student.
Support teachers in data collection for behavioral supports and functional routines.
Aid in managing daily behavioral needs including crisis interventions.
AUGUST 2015 – AUGUST 2018
ASSISTANT SPECIAL EDUCATION, Plano Independent school district
Assist teacher with student lessons, work centers and classroom functionality based on student needs.
Prepares and implements instructional lessons based on DT (Discrete Trials) and PRT (Pivotal Response Training).
Trained in data collection of functional routines and providing visual supports.
Work with special education department and general education to provide modifications needed based on learning, behavioral and physical needs of the student.
Assist students as resource support within the general education classrooms based on student’s IEP (Individual Education Plan).
Assist students with physical needs and personal care including feeding, bathroom needs and transport.
CPI trained to support in crisis prevention, interventions, de-escalations and restorative practices.
Maintain an organized classroom and inventory of classroom equipment and supplies.
Supported in both self-contained classroom as well as inclusion into the general education environment.
JUNE 2011 – JULY 2018
CARES TEAM, Apartment life
Act as liaison at apartment complexes to communicate and resolve issues between property management and apartment residents
Coordinate community activities such as barbecues, breakfasts, crime watches, and other socials for apartment residents and staff.
Meet with new and existing residents to ensure a positive experience while residing at the property with the intent of maintain a high lease renewal rate.
Actively pursue the achievement of Apartment Life strategic objectives to care for and support residents.
Maintain allocated budget for resident events and provide monthly status reports to property managers and owners.
JUNE 2006 – APRIL 2009
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, Add, inc.
Assisted project managers with business development tasks such as contract reviews, creating and reviewing business proposals, and maintaining client relationships.
Provided project support to architects and design teams throughout project lifecycle from start-up tasks to archiving final documentation and contracts.
Supported management with direct oversight of interns and their office responsibilities.
Supported the Accounting department with billing, check requests, file inventory, scanning, and ordering supplies.
Provided direct support to senior executive team with calendar management, client relations, travel arrangements and expenses, coordinating meetings, taking meeting minutes, and tracking follow-up items.
MARCH 2004 – JUNE 2006
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER
Created and maintained patient transplant database.
Processed patient referrals using internal processing system.
Oversaw distribution of confidential patient information to the appropriate destinations internally and externally.
Transcribed for bone-marrow transplant physicians and fellows.
Performed various office duties including: ordering office supplies, distributing office mail, faxing and copying documents, and processing public and private charitable donations.
APRIL 2000 – JAN 2004
CHILD CARE PROVIDER, MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL
OCC certified teacher (infants and toddlers)
Organized daily activities for children ages 7 months to 5 years.
Created stimulating, educational, and age appropriate projects relating to child development.
B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY, university of Massachusetts boston
Graduated with honors (Magna Cum Laude – 3.7 GPA)
MS Office, MS Access, MS Project, Photoshop, Project File Management, Quark Xpress, Filemaker Pro,
Adobe Acrobat, Revit, Internet, Boardmaker, Teachtown, CPI trained
H.O.P.E. Worldwide volunteer, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Light the Night Walk