Nathan F. Stamp
April 2019 Certification: Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing & Switching
October 2017 - Retail Technology Group, St. Louis, MO
Present Dispatch Coordinator.
Provide support for nationwide field technicians; schedule and dispatch technicians, and equipment to appropriate locations per customer requests, specifications, or needs; maintain detailed logs of tickets and resolutions, and work in conjunction with local techs to resolve issues on site.
January 2015 - Illinois House of Representatives Office of the Minority Leader, Springfield, IL
August 2017 Research/Appropriations Analyst.
Lead Veteran’s Affairs and Financial Institutions analyst; coordinate and provide parliamentarian assistance for the House Veterans' Affairs and Financial Institutions committees; evaluate various state agencies’ budgets; coordinate meetings; handled constituent issues; create and draft legislation for Republican members; research and analyze various state-related issues, including historical changes to Illinois statute; responsible for in-depth analysis on veteran and financial issues and legislation to members and leadership; participate in negotiations of significant state legislation; assist members in floor debate; be proficient in Microsoft Office.
Legislative Intern Fall 2012-Spring 2013. Promoted to analyst after leave of absence working on campaign.
July 2014- Illinois House Republican Organization, Springfield, IL November 2014 Deputy Campaign Manager for the Mike Bell Campaign.
Managed all field operations on the campaign – scheduling; overseeing events; supervising staff and volunteers.
July 2013- Dillard for Governor Campaign, Springfield, IL
March 2014 Executive Assistant to the Campaign Manager/Driver for Lieutenant Governor Candidate.
Supervised the purchasing of multiple radio stations ads; set up phone bank centers for various organizations; advanced candidate’s events; assisted the campaign manager with special projects.
St. Louis Community College, St. Louis, MO
Associate in Applied Science — May 2019
Major: Network Engineering, focus on infrastructure and network security. GPA:3.9
Activities STLCC IT Club President.
Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL
Bachelor of Arts — May 2011
Major: History. Minor: Political Science.
Activities: Inter-Hall Council Representative; Inter-Hall Council Executive Board Executive Liaison; Student Government Association Senator and Liaison; Paintball Club Vice-President; Fencing Club Member.
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