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Junior Accountant

Snohomish, WA
July 28, 2020

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Ksenya Knowlton 360-***-****

***** ***** *** **, *********, WA 98290


I’m a fourth-year accounting student with an interest in auditing and preventing fraud in small businesses. I’m very detail-oriented, which makes me a great critical thinker and great at tracking down subtle problems. I’ll be the first person to say that I don’t know something and the first to look it up. I feel that catching and solving problems while they’re minor is very important and when possible will work to make things better than they were. Relevant Experience

St. Katherine’s Treasury Team—Volunteer member

September 2019-Present

• Regularly help count and record incoming funds; this has allowed a more frequent collection of funds and a better understanding of parish cash flow

• Have created guides for training future members to allow for future expansion due to a growing parish

House purchase

May-June 2019

• Created financial feasibility reports for the comparison of home mortgages, leading to a house purchase

• Created comparison financial reports for solar panels Education

Michael G. Foster School of Business, University of Washington, Seattle Campus Business Administration: Accounting

September 2017-June 2020

Honors student

Dean’s List: Spring 2018, Winter 2019

Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD)

June 2017 Summer Intensive

Focus on graphic art and design

Had artwork featured in an end-of-the-month exhibition Glacier Peak High School

Graduated June 2017

National Honors Society member

National Art Honors Society, chapter vice-president in 2016 Presidential Scholar Candidate

Graduated with 55 college credits

Ksenya Knowlton 360-***-**** 15209 141st Ave SE, Snohomish, WA 98290


• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel; comfortable with Google Online Suite

• Fluent in Russian

• Basic HTML knowledge

• Comfortable with Adobe Photoshop and similar graphic editing applications Volunteering Experience

Youth Camp Councilor

July 2018, January 2019

• Have a responsibility for the safety and health of a cabin of 8-14 girls

• Work with other councilors to organize camp-wide activities for 60-120 children ages 8- 17, from large-scale sports events to game nights

• Support camp facility staff in running smaller activities for 15-30 children. Example duties include canoe supervision, leading ropes course trust activities, and teaching crafts.

Project Mexico: House-building program in Tijuana, Mexico Summer 2015, Summer 2016

• Funded materials for house construction

• Worked with a team of other youth to build a house and interact with the local community

• Constructed a functional house with no power tools Other Work Experience

Husky Den—University of Washington Housing and Food Services Student Associate

September 2018-June 2019, September 2019-Present

• Regularly train incoming employees on cash register systems, allowing for lowered workplace disruption

• Have created a closing guide for a kitchen area to aid student employees on days when permanent employees are not available

• Open, run, and close kitchen area, including training other student employees on proper kitchen practices

• Prevent injuries in the kitchen, both by teaching safe practices and stopping risky ones

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