Skilled Researcher experienced in management, strategy, and consulting in the science and behavioral sector.
Two years of behavioral research and data mining for fitness organization.
Chairman of the Kids Safety Society Coalition Board in Sulphur Springs (3 yrs.). Head of all research on local child safety awareness.
Child Development and Disorder research studies for over 100 clients (4 yrs.).
Workforce Development Research for Northeast Texas (1.5 yrs.).
Chamber of Commerce Committee member: Head all research of local business and economy.
Confidential State Agency
Duties include: constant online contact with local employers and job seekers; counseling the unemployed, new graduates, or individuals changing careers; instruct workshops for adults including Computer Basics, Interview techniques, and Job Preparation; research local and regional labor market statistics; Instructing, demonstrating, and interpreting policies in a public and private enterprise. Create and implement ongoing and regular career development events including, virtual events, and career fairs.
State of Texas
From January 2011
Interviewed and assessed families of children in the care of the state, reported inconsistencies, and make recommendations for the family’s needs in order to meet placement approval. Conduct written Kinship and Adoption Home-studies for the purpose of CPS Court Cases. Perform clinical assessments and evaluations on the families.
Teach a wide variety of fitness classes in various formats, skill levels, and intensities.
Instruct group exercise classes, including low-, medium- and high-impact aerobics, step-aerobics, toning and stretching, among others.
Provide personal training to individuals to maximize workout efficiency, improve fitness, increase stamina, and improve overall sense of well being.
Monitor and instruct new clients regarding safe and effective use of cardiovascular, flexibility and strength training equipment.
Develop personalized training plans for clients, based on individual needs.
Martial Arts Instructor
Police Athletic League
Responsible for planning class content and structure, performing warm ups and demonstrating the techniques of the art. Exhibit step by step instruction and training of sparring, throws, joint locks, chokes and kata. Lectured on martial arts theory and history throughout the class to provide students with a greater sense of what they are doing. Motivated the students to stay on track in their respective rank.
Personal Fitness Trainer/Boot Camp Instructor
ACE Certified Personal Fitness Trainer
Qualifications & Certifications
Master of Arts in Psychology
American Military University
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University–Commerce
North Lamar High School
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