About

EDUCATION
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, 2011–2014
Masters of Arts, History (Applied), Concentration: American history

National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC, June 2010
Modern Archives Institute,
7.5 Continuing Educational Credits

American University, Washington, DC, July-Aug 2006
Washington Summer Semester Program
Graduate Class, American Government and Politics

Providence College, Providence, RI, 2002-2006
Bachelor of Arts, History
-Graduated Summa Cum Laude, 3.9 GPA
-Granted “Pell Award” for the most promising student of American history
-Member of Phi Alpha Theta: History Honor Society, Inc.

EMPLOYMENT
American Historical Association, Washington, DC, 2008–present
Archives and Office Assistant
-Process documents to be transferred to the Library of Congress
-Utilized technology to create and standardized more efficient procedures
-Processed archives to be transferred to the Library of Congress
-Produced and edited annual meeting programs
-Ordered up to $100,000 of audio and video equipment for annual meeting
-Produced various reports for Director, Meetings and Administrative Operations

Marymount University, Arlington VA, 2015–2017
Adjunct Professor
-HI 210 U.S. History until 1877
-HI 211 U.S. History from 1877
-HI 350 Modern U.S. History

Author Robert Strom, College Park, MD, Sept.–Oct. 2009
Research Assistant
-Researched copyright status of books cited in Lady of Burlesque: Gypsy Rose Lee (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2011)

Georgetown University Law Library, Washington, DC, 2007–2008
Stacks Maintenance Assistant
-Shelved up to 200 books per day
-Inspected call numbers to ensure that books were in the correct location

Seko Worldwide, East Boston, MA, 2006-2007
International Operations Officer
-Coordinated pick up, transfer, and airplane booking for up to 15 shipments per week

INTERNSHIP/VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
Arlington Historical Society, Arlington, VA, 2007–present
Volunteer
-Cataloged and preserved 5,000 museum artifacts
-Answered questions, led tours, and listened to visitor’s stories as docent
-Recruited, organized, and managed volunteers as docent coordinator
-Made budget and other decisions that shaped the society’s future as a member of the board of directors

Office of Congresswoman Niki Tsongas, Washington, D.C., Sept.–Nov. 2008
Intern
-Researched and wrote letters to constituents
-Answered calls, greeted visitors, and led tours of the United States Capitol

Smithsonian Institution, NMAH, Washington, D.C., Jan.–Mar. 2007
Intern
-Researched and wrote web labels describing 31 Currier & Ives lithographs
-Performed collection management under supervision of an assistant curator

National Park Service, Washington, D.C., June–Aug. 2006
Intern
-Researched and presented a 30 minute speech regarding the Lincoln Memorial
-Researched process for adding new memorials to the National Mall
-Led tours, answered questions, and enforced regulations

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