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Managerial Accounting

Steubenville, OH
December 16, 2021

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Sean Winkler

Steubenville, OH ***** • • 509-***-****


Franciscan University of Steubenville

B.S. in Finance, A.A. in Theology, Minor in Accounting, Minor in Management May 2024

Recipient of the Chancellor Scholarship

3.87 GPA (Dean’s list 2020, 2021)


Franciscan University of Steubenville, Steubenville, OH

Resident Assistant August 2021-Present

Trained keeper of the community responsible for wholistically serving over 170 hall residents

Designed innovative hall programs, increasing participant turnout by more than 25%

CommonSpirit Health, Steubenville, OH

Mission Intern October 2021-December 2021

Developed strategic plan to facilitate company transition after acquisition, affecting over 2,000 employees

Created an effective structure for Office of Mission that revised its methods of operation and expanded its outreach ability by more than 20%

Enhanced the framework of leadership formation for over 100 middle management employees


Franciscan University of Steubenville, Steubenville, OH

Communications Team Lead August 2021

Passed two rounds of a selective interview process

Devised a strategy that systematically managed the communication of 30 people and successfully facilitated an orientation week attended by over 1,200 people

Led a remarkably effective team by establishing trust and delegating duties that eliminated unnecessary downtime and reduced dormitory move-in time by 20%

St. Paul the Apostle Minor Seminary, Mangochi, Malawi (southeastern Africa)

Instructor and Mentor September 2019-April 2020

Taught high school math and physics to over 150 high school students

Established a new approach to education by employing innovative tools and methods to capitalize on unused potential, doubling student participation and raising test scores by at least 10%

Frequently asked to address a student body of over 300 on behalf of the headmaster

Launched school’s first engineering laboratory, provided needed textbooks, and bought the school’s first digital projector by creating a fundraiser campaign, remotely raising $2,275 from the United States while in Africa

Organized unused resources to start a student-run business, engaging over 30 students in creative problem solving


Certified Management Accountant

Nominated by university business faculty to receive CMA Program Scholarship and become a CMA candidate

Skills: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Accounting, Analytical Thinking, Creative Problem Solving, Leadership

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