Angela M. Carter
Montgomery, AL *****
Obtain a position within an organization where I can maximize my management skills, administrative, technical and interpretive skills.
Park Guide, National Park Services, Hayneville, AL October 2017 – April 2018
oServe as the point of contact for external communications with the public within the National Park’s Interpretative Centers.
oAssisted the Supervisor with facilitating building for special events.
oPerformed several interpretive talks to visitors of all ages.
oWrote weekly reports.
oHelped supervisors develop updated outreach and mentoring programs.
oWrote several articles about the National Historic Trial for interpretative talks.
oSome accounting and invoicing for bookstore in interpretive center
oWork on various software programs; Microsoft Word, excel, power point, calenders etc…
oWork with equipment: TR326 and the RX gator for maintenance
oDid informative presentations of the Trail
Orientated others about the Trails and grounds
oProvide information about community events
oHandle crowd control and emergency situations, emergency response or reuniting a lost person
oAnswering questions for visitors
oOpened and closed interpretative centers and cash registers
Substitute Teacher, Professional Recruiters Group, Sterling Heights, MI. February 2015 – October 2017
oPoint of Contact for students and administration
oAssisted teacher with the completion of assignments
oGave tests for grades K – 12
oHelped out with special events (Pep Rallies and after school programs).
oGave out assignments
oTaught classes and gave out instructions for grades K – 12
oAnd graded papers
Insurance Enroller, Dialog Direct, Highland Park/Troy, MI September 2014 – January 2015
oWorked with a state of the arts Multichannel computer/phone system
oWorked as a part of the Help Desk and Technical support team
oWrote up several binding contracts with clients.
Account Executive, Combined Insurance, Chicago, IL December 2013 – November 2014
oWorked as a Consultant on executive management level
oCompleted daily presentations to clients
oAssisted managers with weekly conference calls
oDid some accounting (accounts payable/receivable)
oTelemarketing and canvassing small businesses
92A, United States Army, Montgomery, AL August 2007 – November 2014
oWorked as a Dispatcher in the Quartermaster Company
oIssued supplies and equipment to soldiers daily.
oIntegrated a flow of information to officers to soldiers and vice versa,
oInventoried, packaged, and handled sensitive military materials,
oAssisted with the transportation of soldiers to and from annual trainings
oAssisted supervisory with warehousing, by securing military warehousing equipment
oFacilitated management with securing government equipment, soldiers and training areas.
Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZ
Master of Science in Business Administration, Business Leadership; GPA 3.7
Relevant coursework business administration, management and education.
Tuskegee University, Tuskegee AL
Bachelors of Arts & Sciences in Sociology
Relevant coursework Business, customer service and maintenance
LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
Coaching Basketball for area community centers to youths ages 5 – 10
Teaching the fundamentals of basketball to youths ages 5 8,
Developing basketball skills of young athletes ages 8 – 10.
Teaching teamwork and how to be a team player.
Volunteer at least 40 hours annually at the local area shelter and food banks.
Education and Finance
oTeach young children and adolescents educational fundamental of being a student
oTeach K -8 math, K – 12 English and substitute K – 12for all other general subjects
oCoach K- 8 graders
oCounseled and Mentored young adults ages 18 – 25
oSell Life, Health, Annuities, Property & Casualty Insurance for several years