Natalie Romero
2415 Dwight Way, Berkeley, CA 94704 Apt.16 | (213) 369-7707 |
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Natalie Romero, CV

Published on: Mar 3, 2016

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  • 1. Natalie Romero 2415 Dwight Way, Berkeley, CA 94704 Apt.16 | (213) 369-7707 | EDUCATION University of California, Berkeley May 2015 Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies Bachelor of Arts in Political Science • Studied abroad at the Institut d’Études Politiques (Sciences Po), Paris for academic year 2013- 2014 and merited a Programme d’Échange Certificat for completion of French, law, and political science coursework SKILLS Language: Fluent in Spanish, Proficient in French, Basic Portuguese Computer: Excel, Powerpoint, Word, Outlook, Google Drive, Adobe Acrobat, Dropbox, Zotero EXPERIENCE Undergraduate Research Assistant for Professor Kristin Luker January 2015-Present • Utilizing university libraries and databases in order to formulate a legislative and legal history of the Ohio Comstock Law (1873) • Creating legal memoranda for all court cases related to the Ohio Comstock Law (1873) • Using Zotero to create a readily accessible online bibliography Fenwick Apartments, Administrative Assistant, Berkeley, CA January 2015-Present • Responding to a high volume of both telephone and walk-in inquiries with friendliness and professionalism, referring clients to appropriate resources • In charge of recording minutes for all major apartment complex meetings and submitting them for approval in a timely fashion • Providing excellent clerical support to 6 staff members and over 80 residents with a demonstrated ability to improvise and meet demanding deadlines Undergraduate Research Assistant for Professor Renate Holub January 2013-May 2013 • Collected eighteenth-century primary sources related to philosopher Giambattista Vico and his theory of global justice in Italian, French, Spanish, and English • Reviewed and edited chapters of Professor Holub’s manuscript Inter-Club Council, Secretary, Pasadena, CA January 2012-June 2012 • Cordially provided students with the information they needed to form new organizations • Catalogued all student organization Constitutions after carefully analyzing them for satisfaction of student organization code regulations • Recorded minutes for all major meetings and promptly proffered them for approval • Equipped 8 staff members and over 100 students with exceptional clerical support • Spearheaded a new method of electronic record keeping to improve efficiency United States Census Bureau, Supervisor, Brooklyn, NY January 2010-May 2010 • Met with leaders of non-profit organizations in the area to enumerate their residents and procure free venues at which to conduct employee trainings • Evaluated and screened prospective employees for hire trough fingerprinting and verification of legal working documents • Trained groups of eighty newly hired employees on how to conduct interviews with the public, maintain professionalism, ensure personal safety, and safeguard respondent confidentiality • Observed and evaluated employee work for optimal productivity and handled employee misconduct gracefully and respectfully • Certified employee payroll was representative of hours worked by authorizing timesheets • Scheduled and conducted meetings with employees regarding daily work assignments to promote open communication and address any possible concerns

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