CHRISTIN CAMSON GOODELL
Baltimore, MD 21210
Detail-oriented, self-motivated Executive Assistant with 10+ years of experience in various fields including academia, the arts, and private sector. Personal and organizational skills lend strength to:
•Preparing agendas, notices, minutes, and resolutions for corporate meetings
•Ability to organize daily workloads by priorities.
•Making travel arrangements for executives
•Able to meet deadlines in a fast-paced quickly changing environment
•Proactive approach to problem-identification/resolution
•Coordinated all aspects of the Office that served various constituencies
•Researched and promoted programs
•Planned receptions and events
Caregiver. (for relative} temporary 2019-2020
•Provided in-home care for elderly client
•Transportation to physician appointments as needed.
•Laundry/groceries/shopping when necessary.
•Prepared meals, all toiletry responsibilities.
HOMESTEAD GARDENS, Davidsonville, MD. 2017 – 2018
Sales and Marketing Specialist
•Charged with sales, prioritizing products, labeling, and organizing annual floral department
•Ambassador for Homestead. Demonstrated positive and professional image, while displaying helpful and friendly assistance.
•Considered most enthusiastic and very approachable to a diverse constituency that frequents this high-end establishment.
•Demonstrated professional and polished work ethic, attitude, and appearance while servicing customers and supporting co-workers.
NAPLES PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
ND BAKER ART MUSEUM, Naples, FL. 2014 – 2017
•Organizes and prepares each event with management.
•Keep up to date and informed on organization events and activities.
•Place the patron at the center of our efforts.
•Requires a collaborative effort, both internally and externally, to accomplish something together that may not be accomplished separately [ a true team effort ] to realize shared goal.
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THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 1989 – 2001
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, Baltimore, MD
Coordinator and Executive Assistant, Office of Cultural Affairs
•Coordinated all aspects of an Office that served various constituencies in and out of a medical center. The Office brought arts and humanities to those who live, work and convalesce in a great medical center.
•Worked with 2 distinct directors to research and promote programs for students, faculty, staff, patients and visitors. Took a leadership role in overseeing and executing a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Enabled us to open the events free and open to the public.
•Charged with requesting internationally known artists, actors, Nobel prize winners, playwrights and local and regional up and coming experts in various fields to join us in symposia, performances, seminars focusing on a theme each semester that was non-medical in its protocol.
•Charged with preparing all materials necessary including contacting potential participants, setting dates and logistics for individuals invited to the seminars and culminating symposium each semester. Wrote reports for grants and donations.
•Gave orientation meetings to medical school and public health students to apprise them of the free offerings and seek advice for future events.
•Researched, designed, developed and coordinated over 60 events within 5 programs annually in the humanities and the performing arts. Planned special events and presentations.
•Accustomed to greeting and accompanying politicians, writers, actors, composers and other members of various organizations.
•Possessed a high degree of prioritizing tasks, managing details, as well as very strong interpersonal skills.
•Planned receptions and promoted and rewarded all the positive aspects that volunteers, workers, and staff bring to each event.
•Introduced dignitaries who took part in symposia, seminars and film series.
•Succeeded in making deadlines and working under pressure.
•Required public speaking on a weekly basis.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 1983 – 1989
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, Baltimore, MD
Coordinator, Office of Continuing Education .
•Researched and organized locations and activities.
•Set-up meeting spaces, rooms, nutrition and activities for the event.
•Responsible for travel, costs, attendance information, rooms and special events.
THE BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART, Baltimore, MD. 1978 – 1983
Liaison, Docent Population
•Worked with diverse group of artists, educators, photographers and sculptors to create tours for children and adults.
•Organized events which were conceived as an annual event to celebrate the docent population
•Charged with listening to docents’ concerns and voicing them weekly to the Department of Education.
•Possessed excellent creative and communication skills.
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THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY SCHOOLS,
Rockville, MD 1969 - 1974
Handpicked as one of twelve teachers to open a state-of-the-art elementary school in Silver Spring, MD.
•Researched and designed strategies for educating children.
•Developed strategy to utilize the skills, strengths and interests of the school parent
Notre Dame University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD
Bachelors, Education, Minor: History, Psychology
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Masters,, Educational Counseling
COMMUNITY OUTREACH / VOLUNTEERISM
•Red Cross, Volunteer
•Habitat for Humanity, Renovator for the homeless
•The Woman’s Forum, Member
•Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Patient Advocate
•Roland Park Foundation, Founding Member
•Crittenden Foundation Board, Member
•Anne Arundel Medical Center, Volunteer