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Logistics, Transport, Operations, Fuel, CSI, PDI, Axxis

New London, Connecticut, United States
October 12, 2016

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ANNE K. HOLLY • 717-***-**** •


CONNECTICUT COLLEGE, New London, CT BA expected 2017 Major: Economics Minor: Math


Course: Financial and Managerial Accounting for Decision Making ROLAND PARK COUNTRY SCHOOL, Baltimore, MD Graduated 2013 RELEVANT COURSEWORK

• Environmental & Antitrust Policy • Financial Intuitions & Markets • Derivatives, Integrals & Series • Multivariable Calculus • Statistical Methods • Linear Algebra • Mathematical Methods for Economics • Econometrics • Ordinary Differential Equations

• Money/Banking in Domestic Economy • Unemployment/Inflation • Behavioral Finance • Women’s Squash Captain LEADERSHIP & WORK EXPERIENCE

Shipley Energy, York, PA March 2016-Present

Transport Logistics Consultant

• Identify areas to purchase product to increase profit by $12.5 million

• Formulate bid for 8000 lanes across 220 stores and 50 terminals to generate a 15% increase in revenue worth $1 million and 38 million gallons of fuel using Excel if, index, & match formulas

• Calculate tolls which generate $100,000 in unbilled revenue

• Determine freight rate, mileage, tolls, driver pay, and implement hazardous material and OSHA safety protocol for all 14,000 delivery routes

• Collaborate with 6 dispatchers, 55 drivers, and the IT, billing, wholesale, and transport operations teams to correctly bill customers and resolve discrepancies for 300 million gallons of fuel annually

• Create a real time delivery tracking program that holds drivers accountable, decrease driver’s over time hours, and increases efficiency

• Maximize margins based on buy and sell price of product and current and expected buy prices using Excel if & vlookup

• Program computer to automatically generate sales reports and industry standard pricing

• Test, develop, and supervise billing and pricing program, CSI & PDI

• Present to company executives regularly about opportunities to expand business

• Flexibly apply what I learned while studying at PSU to make the most cost-effective decisions hours later Washington Spirit, Germantown, MD April 2016-Present Operations Intern

• Set up locker room and fields for Olympic Gold Medalists, World Cup Champions, & NWSL Championship Finalists

• Lead half time entertainment & facilitate Presidential Inauguration

• Organize ushering, scanned tickets for 5,000 people, while working in tandem with 250 people Connecticut College, New London, CT August 2013-Present Peggotty Investment Club Member

• Manage approximately $120,000 of college’s endowment

• Collaborate with and advise members where to invest money Aloha Foundation, Fairlee, VT June 2012-May 2016

Program/Project Coordinator & Department Head

• Coordinate and plan various activities for 250 people ages 5-70

• Manage staff, collaborate with 20 departments reporting directly to the Camp Director

• Organize and run tournament logistics, coached campers and trained staff

• Responsible for 6 individual campers 24/7

• Formulate 3-day trips in remote wooded areas of New England

• Organize participants and staff, equipment, transportation

• Maintain group safety through first aid and precautionary actions

• Lead hikes and mentored leadership amongst groups of 12 campers

• Produce sound and light for performances, supervise crew, and organize actresses

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