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Currently the Program Support Administrator for the Interdisciplinary Studies Program at Plymouth State University. A creative, thoughtful individual interested in pursuing a career related to advising, teaching, and mentorship. Years of experience across many fields, including waste and recycling, Indian philosophy and yoga, critical thinking and writing, critical theory, digital and analog photography, and Spanish.

Professional Skills

  • Critical thinker
  • Self-motivated
  • Mindful and engaged
  • Accurate and detail-oriented
  • Excellent written and verbal communication

Technical Skills

  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Premiere
  • HTML
  • WordPress
  • Office Software Programs


Bachelor of Arts in English, December 2016
Expected minor in Spanish, May 2018
Plymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire

  • Recipient of the Dow Family Trust Annual Scholarship, 2015

Work Experience

Program Support Administrator, Interdisciplinary Studies Department
Plymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire
January 2017 to Present

Perform administrative tasks; update students’ files in the Interdisciplinary Studies database; register and organize Interdisciplinary Studies courses; manage the departmental budget; advise students; assist students with their writing, scheduling, and other needs; instruct students on how to build and maintain personal websites using WordPress.


Expected 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Certification
The Dragonfly Yoga Barn, North Sandwich, New Hampshire
August 2017 to March 2018

900 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Certification
The Yoga Institute, Mumbai, India
January to April 2011

  • Full-time, advanced, and comprehensive three-month teacher training course.
  • Special emphasis on yoga sutra, asanas, pranayamas, attitude training, counseling, public speaking, methodology of teaching, practice teaching, essential anatomy and physiology, and samkhya philosophy.


Rotary International Exchange Student, Mumbai, India, June 2010 to June 2011

  • Gap year between high school and college.
  • Evaluated and selected for the program based on leadership skills, confidence, flexibility, and open-mindedness.

Korea-U.S. Youth Network, South Korea Scholarship Program, August 2009

  • Selected for a two-week, all-expense paid trip to live in South Korea.
  • Attended lectures, travelled, and learned about the culture, language, cuisine, and history of the country.