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School Staff

Seattle, Washington, United States
October 06, 2016

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Monica Scheiber

**** * ******* #*** *******, WA 98199 206-***-****

Experienced Non-Profit Professional

Accomplished professional with expertise in non-profit administration and oversight of a portfolio of complex organizational initiatives including fund-raising, grant administration, event planning and database management. Notable success reaching out and cultivating vital relationships with members, volunteers and donors. Dynamic leader with expertise managing teams toward common goals to meet rigorous objectives.

Selected Highlights

Designed and implemented a strategic plan focused on key objectives, which included clear expectations and metrics.

Increased new members by initiating a membership drive to generate interest.

Built rapport in development of relationships with the business community and key constituents through sponsored forums and outreach efforts.

Cultivated a culture of transparency, which resulted in successful fund-raising efforts.

Improved the organization’s website and expanded communications, which generated interest in top objectives and initiatives.

Expanded the organization’s focus, which resulted in helping additional members of the community.

Played an instrumental role in the purchase of new equipment after skillfully leading the organization’s fund-raising efforts.

Generated donations during the second year of operation by building rapport with key contributors across the community.

Relevant Experience

Assistant Head of School for Sweet Pea Preschool – 2011 to Present

Administered community fund raising events such as Community Dinners and Trunk Shows. Engaged new and existing parents in outreach efforts, which included school tours and parent/teacher liasion. Represented Head of Schools at community meetings and pre-school fairs.

Facilitate the running of school campus

Interviewing and hiring of new staff

Responsible for major purchases

Provide classroom support

President Catharine Blaine K-8 Parent Teacher Association – 2007 to 2009

Set the association’s priorities and key objectives and led teams in execution. Administered the budget and focused on spending on programs that directly affected student learning including teacher-driven initiatives. Engaged new and existing parents as well as the local business community through sponsored forums and outreach efforts, which included forums on new school assignment policy. Generated interest in the association through comprehensive communications including the school newsletter and web site.

Developing a strategic plan for each school year, with clear goals and metrics. Authored best practices guidelines for successive PTA.

Initiated a high impact membership drive resulting in an increase in new members and much improved frequency of meeting attendance.

Enhanced fund-raising efforts by providing transparency in the budget process.

Spearheaded legislative efforts in support of the school. Represented parent and school interests at state PTA association along with Washington state legislation.

Invited to participate on the Building Leadership Team charged with school budget, hiring and curriculum decisions.

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Member Catharine Blaine PTA – 2006 to 2007

Board Member Magnolia Helpline Advisory Board – 2004 to 2006

Administered the organization’s finances using QuickBooks. Confirmed accuracy in preparation of tax documents. Submitted tax documents to the organization’s accountant.

Expanded the organization’s focus to assist additional members across the community.

Ensured compliance by consistently reviewing and updating books.

Pre-school Teacher Magnolia Presbyterian Pre-School 2004 to 2006

Engaged children 3-6 years old by designing stimulating curriculum focused on preparing children for kindergarten.

Initiated and managed fund-raising opportunities.

Instrumental in the school purchasing new equipment.

Streamlined processes by enhancing and implementing a new registration system.

Founding Board Member 65th Street Co-op Preschool – 2002 to 2003

Set policies and procedures for the operation of the board and members. Developed registration procedures. Produced forms and policies for new families.

Planned and implemented the organization’s fund-raising efforts.

Raised $75,000 during second year of operation.

Earlier Roles

Escrow Manager, Loan Servicing Division Washington Mutual Savings Bank

Established the department’s operational objectives and executed through a high performance team of escrow employees. Monitored performance to ensure excellence. Maintained employee records, performance evaluations, and recommendations. Authored quidelines and procedures for each position. Generated comprehensive departmental reports.

Designed a peer-mentoring process which significantly decreased the ramp-up time and effectively trained new team members.

Reduced delinquent payments and fees, which resulted in a reduction in interest and penalties paid by company after implementing an innovative tax payment program on residential loans.

Streamlined processes to resolve inter-departmental escrow issues, which decreased processing errors on tax and insurance payments.

Business Analyst, Consumer Banking Division

Managed integration projects of new consumer banking products on existing systems. Created business specifications and manuals to support internal system integration.

Created new workflow to automate/update processes, streamline systems and realize cost savings.

Led the transition team during merger of WA MU/Great Western Savings & Loan by introducing transition mentoring in support of new processes and merged employees.


Bachelor of Arts Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA

Supervisor Certificate Program American Banking Institute

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