Natascha F. Saunders
202-400-2562 (call/text) | 617-615-2838 (call/text) | www.NataschaSaunders...
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The Plan Sponsor University; Jupiter, FL September 2015
401(k) Fiduciary Introductory Tra...
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Interim Manager in the role of Director of Academic Administration 2/3/2014 - 10/6/2014...
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Lecturer, Orga...
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Founder, The Youth Career Coach Inc. est. in Boston, MA 8/2009 - Present
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 Global Social Media Radio Interview, Global Coaches Academy in Australia, Interview by Keith Kel...
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 Marketing Diversity Training, ‘Call To Action’, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Boston,...
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Natascha F. Saunders Resume as of 2.25.16

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  • 1. Natascha F. Saunders 202-400-2562 (call/text) | 617-615-2838 (call/text) | | EXPERTISE IN CAREER | LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT Collaborative leader with progressively responsible experience in various permanent and interim leadership roles. History of providing career & leadership development for students and alumni. Certified in career coaching able to assist students in identifying career goals and determining best-fit career opportunities. At ease with establishing rapport with employers, faculty, community members, political constituents and administrators. Skilled in research and writing compelling content, delivering call-to-action workshops, marketing and branding. Competent to function during innovative change; while supporting a team and managing independent work assignments. Always executing high caliber deliverables with a pleasant personality and integrity. Core Competencies:  Project Management experience in various roles having been exposed to: Six Sigma, Quality, Timelines, Budget and Scope.  Consulting / Teaching: Career Development, Human Resources, Leadership, Ethics, Negotiation, Mediation, Team Building, Decision Making, Organizational Change, Communication, Customer Service, Public Speaking, Management, Entrepreneurship, Experiential Education, Marketing, Branding, Talent Development, Leading Change, Women & Leadership  Speaker: U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Asian Alliance Students, National Urban League Conference sponsored by Black Enterprise Magazine, Latino Parent Association, TJX, PricewaterhouseCoopers, KPMG, Federal Reserve Bank, FDIC, BNY Mellon, NAACP, Brown University, Harvard University, TRIO Community College Programs  Supervisory experience: Managing staff, interns, teacher assistants and employees in various environments  Past seasonal opportunities: Harvard Pilgrim Health Care (Claims Processing), Beth Israel Medical (Radiology Admin)  Adaptability to modes of information technology sample applications include: (Microsoft Office Suite: 365, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Paint, SharePoint); Adobe, XP/Vista, WebCT, Sakai, Blackboard, Banner, Moodle, SAP, CareerBridge, NACE, MiTrac, Symplicity, Career Link, GovDelivery, SalesForce, GWork, DataMarts; additional: Video Conferencing, Social Networking, Presentation Software (FreeConference, Any Meeting, GoToMeeting, etc.  Social Media: Twitter (21K+), LinkedIn, (4K+ connections, 5K+ followers), BlackPlanet (300K +), Facebook (7K+ ), YouTube, Blogger (44K+ page views), Skype, Google+ (105K+ page views), Pinterest, Instagram (1.3K+), Slideshare  Features: InsideJobs, Career Builder, Gen Y Radio, Working Mother Magazine, Providence Journal, Fall River Herald, Boston University SMGazette Magazine, JWU Alumni Magazine, Color Magazine USA, COX, Bay State Banner, Globe, METRO (MA, NY, PA, Canada), Scholastic Choices and Bridges Career Exploration, WCVB, ABC, CKNW EDUCATION Northeastern University; Boston, MA In progress, est. 2017 (Ed.D.) Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership and Communication, ABD Stanford Graduate School of Business; Stanford, CA October 2014 (Certificate) NovoEd Scaling Up Your Venture MIT Sloan School of Management; Cambridge, MA February 2013 (Executive Education) Entrepreneurship Development Program Harvard Law School; Cambridge, MA September 2012 (Mediation Certification) under the auspices of the Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government; Cambridge, MA May 2012 (Executive Education) Leadership, Organizing and Action Northeastern University; Boston, MA August 2009 (MS) Master of Science in Leadership Johnson & Wales University; Providence, RI May 2007 (MBA) Master of Business Administration in Global Business | Organizational Leadership University of Massachusetts; Amherst, MA May 2001 (BA) with an Individual Concentration | Independent mage Consulting | BDIC Program | *Self Designed Major
  • 2. N.Saunders Page 2 CERTIFICATIONS The Plan Sponsor University; Jupiter, FL September 2015 401(k) Fiduciary Introductory Training Program (5 hrs C(k)PF) The National Institutes of Health (NH) Office of Extra mural Research; Bethesda, MD November 2014 NIH Training Protecting Human Research Participants: Certification Number: 1614992 e-Certified Online Distance Learning Northeastern University Instructor; Boston, MA May 2011 PARW/CC Certification in Professional Career Coaching; St. Petersburg, FL May 2009 COMMUNITY SERVICE Veterans Career Coach, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Hiring Our Heroes March 2015 Garden Tour Security for South Lawn, The White House, Security Clearance October 2014 Goodwill Ambassador, The Gambia, West Africa 2006 - 2008 CONTINUING EDUCATION | TRAININGS TEDx Tips and Social Media, Seminar Training, Ragan Communications Grow with Inbound Marketing, Seminar, HubSpot The Principles and Practice of Effective Classroom Discussions, (Hosler, Arend Cognitive), Dr. Douglas Harrison, Trinity Q & A Session, Open Topic, U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, U.S. Department of Education Education Policy Briefing, OVAE Asst. Sec. Brenda Dann-Messier, Career Readiness, U.S. Department of Education Sales / Body Language Training, Linda Clemons – Certified in Analytical Interviewing, Weekend Training Indiana Legal Issues in the Admissions Process, Mark DiVincenzo, JD, Deputy General Counsel, MIT Sloan Minimizing Unconscious Bias Diversity Dialogue, Dr. Robbin Chapman, MIT Sloan Helping International Students Achieve Academic Success, Northeastern Global Faculty Development Government/Political Layout, Commonwealth of Massachusetts Seminar ( Cultural Awareness Training, Facilitated by: Culture Coach International Financial Education: Money Smart Training, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) w/Eastern Bank Burnham Rosen Group: Superior Leadership Based on the research of David H. Burnham, and Dr. David C. McClelland Constitutional Leadership Seminar series sponsored by The Fund for American Studies and hosted by the Heritage Foundation EXPERIENCE TRINITY WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY; Washington, DC 10/10/14 - Present MBA Adjunct Faculty, The School of Business and Graduate Studies BADM 603 Corporate Communications for Managers and INT 504 Professional Development for Graduate Students THE MBA EXCHANGE; Washington, DC 2/1/2013 – Present Senior MBA Admissions Consultant (International & Domestic clients) *Virtual Provide coaching for applicants to optimize academic profiles to ensure a more competitive and compelling candidacy. NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY; Boston, MA 5/11/2011 - Present Leadership Lecturer, CPS Global International & Accelerated Degree Program *Virtual LDR 1003: Learning Leadership ▪LDR 1203: Assessing Leadership ▪LDR 1103: Lead Teams ▪LDR 2720: Decision Making Academic Curriculum Consultant, Redesigning the Leadership Major, Bachelor Program *Virtual 8/24/2015 – Present Identification of course names, numbers and pre-requisites for courses to be implemented in the new semester design. Chart equivalency between quarter-based courses and courses of the new semester curriculum. Write descriptions of each course. Develop syllabus for each course including creation of all assignments and readings; while managing and implementing feedback, evaluations and suggestions for 20+faculty/staff members. UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND; Kingston, RI 7/19/2009 – Present Part-Time Faculty, Gender & Women’s Studies Department (Teaching Fellow 2013) GWS 301: Women’s Professional Development & Leadership *Virtual Course examines the theory and practice of women’s professional development and leadership in a variety of organizational contexts. Topics: mentoring, negotiation, communication, values/ethics, resonant leader, authority/power, and gender issues. GWU GRADUATE SCHOOL OF POLITICAL MANAGEMENT; Washington, DC 4/16/2013 – 4/2/2015 Interim Senior Recruitment & Employment Specialist 1/21/2015 – 4/2/2015 Served as part of the marketing recruitment team as primary contact for qualified prospective students, turning initial leads into contacts and then nurtured the contact’s interest to initiate and complete an application, leading to enrollment and matriculation. In addition, the right hand for the Marketing Manager in establishing, creating, and supporting recruiting events.
  • 3. N.Saunders Page 3 EXPERIENCE cont. Interim Manager in the role of Director of Academic Administration 2/3/2014 - 10/6/2014 Interim Manager, Student Services, Academic Affairs, Administrative Projects Direct contact with current and potential students on a wide array of academic and administrative issues. Liaison to admissions department, registrar’s office, international services, etc. Managed student records in Banner System. Tracked students’ progress toward graduation. Worked with program directors to provide academic advising. Served as a resource to faculty. GWU Career Services: Employer Developer Consultant 4/16/2013 – 8/15/2013 Identified and developed a target list of employers to introduce the GW brand. Built relationships with employers within the Non-Profit sector for the recruitment of GW students. Helped to increase the number of employer accounts and activities. CLARENDON REAL ESTATE; Cleveland, OH 11/1/2012 – 1/6/2014 Human Resource Manager Recruited, staffed and managed employee on-boarding. Researched international hiring agencies to hire employees in South East Asia. Conducted domestic hire reference checks and investigated background check companies and software for international hires. Wrote and posted job descriptions, vacancy announcements, and answered all HR related questions while providing strategic HR management. Prepared offer packets for candidates. Created exit interview policy. Wrote and investigated policies to include in a new employee handbook. Redesigned employee full-time and intern hiring processes. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION; Washington, DC 2/5/2013 – 8/8/2013 Doctoral Administrative Intern, Office of Communications and Outreach Direct reports: Karen Stratman-Krusemark, Deputy Assistant Secretary for External Affairs, Jacqueline Cortez-Wang, Director Hispanic Communications and Outreach, and Kimberly Watkins-Foote, Director of African American Outreach. Created briefing papers for the Secretary of Education and senior executive travel reports for the White House. Conducted research on a variety of topics then turned that content into Blog Ready Posts. Attended education events in order to extract talking points from speakers to use in articles. Attended communication strategy meetings around the budget and career readiness. Wrote press releases. Managed the communication list-serve and contact list for key political constituents. MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY; Cambridge, MA 8/1/2012 – 2/1/2013 Ph.D. Graduate Advisor, Global Education & Career Development (GECD) Employer Relations & Career Programs Manager, Global Education & Career Development (GECD) Project Management of the Employer Sponsorship Program *Contract  Created timelines, benchmarked into excel spreadsheets, set recruiting deadlines, edited policies and procedures, wrote content for advertisement materials, researched and evaluated the President’s Report and Student survey.  Conducted research on second-round interview policies at competitive schools, analyzed data, generated an excel report, and wrote an executive summary for the Executive Director.  Generated solutions and policies for students, employers and faculty in response to the Committee on Academic Performance’s (CAP) request for additional information surrounding student claims that interviewing conflicts with students’ ability to sustain academic commitments. Counseling  Designed workshops: ‘Interviewing’ to be delivered to the MIT student community and for IAP on ‘Being Mentored’ which guided students on how to find a mentor, foster a relationship and maintain it over time.  Provided career counseling and resume edit assistance to MIT undergraduate, graduate, Ph.D’s and Post Doc students. Employer Relations  Communicated with recruiters such as the NSA, UBS, BCG, IBM and Apple, by email and phone to disseminate details for on campus events; while ensuring they were properly registered in CareerBridge and all documents have been submitted.  Maintained employer relationships by managing industry panels, corporate information sessions, and guest speakers.  Moderated a consulting panel – for 81 students which included recruiters from: McKinsey, Opera, Putnam and Accenture.  Wrote career development articles for MIT website which were utilized both internally and externally. MIT SLOAN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT; Cambridge, MA 8/1/2012 – 2/1/2013 MBA Admissions Committee 10/26/2010 – 6/1/2011 Two Year Cycles 10/15/2011 – 10/23/2011  Read and evaluated applications for admission out of an applicant pool of 4700+.  Synthesized at variance data (including: transcripts (domestic, international), test scores, professional history, letters of recommendations, extracurricular involvement, essays, and personal statements, in an effort to select the best candidates.  Submitted evaluations and recommendations to Associate Director and Director regarding admissibility of applicants.
  • 4. N.Saunders Page 4 EXPERIENCE cont. BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT; Boston, MA 8/18/2008 – 8/13/2010 Lecturer, Organizational Behavior Department, “Charting Your Career Path” 60+ students per class, 2 courses per/term  Discussion topics included: teamwork, employer expectations, conflict resolution, MBTI/Jung Assessment, decision making, employment offers, presentation skills and interviews (behavioral, case, credential etc.). Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Services  Provided counseling sessions approx. 20-80/week; ensured student’s needs were met by monitoring career progression  Managed and trained 4 teacher assistants who provided curriculum development and career coaching to students.  Edited resumes and cover letters approx... 60/week of students and professional candidates to influence hiring selections  Conducted weekly presentations, class room visits on campus, off campus and during open house events. Manager, School of Management Undergraduate Employment Data Report Published annually, the employment report which provided students, employers and other interested parties employment data of the undergraduate program. Each report provided employment information such as: salary, offers, functions and concentration breakdowns. Retrieved data through the management of 18 team members and 500 graduating seniors. Recruiting Initiatives (Undergraduates & Graduates), Feld Career Center  Partnered with corporate relations to support clients such as: JP Morgan, PWC, Biogen, Mercer, Staples, FBI, Goldman Sachs, Fidelity, INROADS, and SEO in order to identify, recruit and attract best candidates.  Established relationships with affinity groups and nationally recognized organizations including: ALPFA, NABA, MLT, Black MBA, NSHMBA, etc. in order to provide additional opportunities in sourcing best-fit candidates. Project Manager, Boston University Networking Events  Collaborated with a team of 6 to execute networking events and mentoring programs for Consulting, Marketing and Finance  Conducted research and made cold-calls to alumni in order to obtain resources for a new mentorship program, resulting in stronger relationships with Oliver Wyman, Bain, BCG, McKenzie, Deloitte and BU faculty. JOHNSON & WALES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS; Providence, RI 8/28/2006 – 8/16/2008 Co-op & Employment Specialist Co-lead employment efforts for over 1600 students within the College of Business. Administered and graded 4.5 and 9.0 credit thesis projects for over 300 seniors per academic year; editing over 150 resumes per term, and career counseling; while contributing to maintaining the 98% employment rate. Supported the recruitment of candidates and employer relationships with companies such as Target, CVS, Bally, Disney, Hill Holiday, Digitas, and Meditech.  Adjunct Instructor: Introduction to Career Management, included attending and speaking at on & office campus events.  Taught an 11 week rotational career course, for 60 undergraduate students within a variety of majors. Emphasis was placed on self-assessment, establishing individual career goals, identifying career paths, and self-marketing documents. Students also developed academic schedules and work experience plans.  Topics covered included: professional presentation, communication, and career research. Also, brought in guest speakers from various industry sectors to speak on career paths to offer their real-world perspectives.  In conjunction, administered and graded 4.5 and 9.0 credit internship projects average 20-50 pages for over 300 seniors as a graduation requirement. The senior project was for the student to report factual information regarding their respective internship site and to critically analyze aspects of the operation, systems and/or policies; offering recommendations for areas of improvement or development. MACY’S (formerly FILENE’S); Providence, RI 6/8/2005 – 6/4/2006 Assistant Human Resource Manager Managed and led over 300 associates in developing optimum selling and exceptional customer service skills. Achieved new hire compliance targets of 100%. Negotiated salaries with new hires in: sales, customer service, and management positions while comparing to budget. Conducted employee reviews, and hired and trained over 200 associates under my tenure. A.G. EDWARDS & SONS., INC.| now WELLS FARGO; Boston, MA 9/2002 – 5/2005 Financial & Operations Associate (Reporting directly to VP of Investments & Branch Manager)  Handled various aspects of investment portfolios with assets between $1 - $100M. Built rapport with vendors: American Funds, John Hancock, MFS, BlackRock and Vanguard. Calculated trade commissions for consultants. Managed incoming client calls and questions most efficiently. Prepared presentations for stock brokers. Operations Certification, August 2014. Analyzed bond and cash flow reports including profit/loss in order to accurately and timely advise clients. Recruited advisors, Opened over 300 investment advisory accounts including: IRAs, Trusts, 401k, 529 Plans. STATE STREET RESEARCH MANAGEMENT | now BLACK ROCK; Boston, MA 9/2001 – 8/2002 Client Reporting Specialist (Generated investment performance reports for portfolios valued between $25,000 – $25M.) Ensured high quality, timely reporting of all daily, weekly, quarterly & month-end trade reports. Reviewed client audits.
  • 5. N.Saunders Page 5 ENTREPRENEURIAL Founder, The Youth Career Coach Inc. est. in Boston, MA 8/2009 - Present | | Domestic & international! The YCC Inc. provider of career coaching, workshops, trainings, curriculum development and consulting services. CONSULTING APPOINTMENTS  Boston Public Schools (Student Mentoring Program)  Year Up (Professional Development Training with corporate partners, Ex: State Street Bank and Brown Brothers)  Clarendon Real Estate (HR Consulting, Hiring Employee Handbook, International & Internship Hiring)  EnCompass (Executive C-Suite Continuing Education Workshops and Career Coaching)  HeartShare/St.Vincent’s Brooklyn, NY (Foster Care, Recidivism Youth Career Development Training)  Luke C. More Alternative High School in D.C. (Career Curriculum Design)  Executive Coaching for private c-suite clients in politics and higher education AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS  Defense Intelligence Agency, Chapter of Federally Employed Women, Facilitator Appreciation 2015  Northeastern University Excellence in Teaching Nomination 2015  METCO Natick High School Alumni of the Year Nominee 2014  Woman of the Week - Young Woman's Christian Home – TMH 2013  Randolph Public Schools 'Appreciation' 2012  Spark & Hustle ‘Daring Doer’, Tory Johnson ABC Workplace Correspondent 2011  Exquisite Woman for Promoting Positive Images, The Black Man Can 2011  Change Agent, Youth Town Hall, Mass Housing & Mass Impact 2011  Harvard WECAN Empowerment ‘Woman of the Year’ Award 2010  Community Service Award, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated 2010  Outstanding Academic Award Initiation, Sigma Epsilon Rho Honor Society, Northeastern University 2009  Honorary Faculty Member, Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity 2009  Inspirational Woman Award, Johnson & Wales University 2008  Boston University, Feld Career Center, Kudos Recognition for New Idea in Counseling 2008  Leadership for a Future, RI Senate Citation, RI Community & Justice and Institute for Labor Studies 2007  Miss Black Rhode Island ( 2006  Achievement Award, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated 2006  ACE Administrative & Finance Award, University of Massachusetts at Amherst 2000 Webinars:  Network Professionally with Facebook Alumni Career Speaker Series;, For many schools across USA including: University of Minnesota Crookston, Southern Illinois University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, State University, Tufts University, University of Kentucky, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Gettysburg College, University of Tennessee, The University of Iowa, Texas Christian University, Oregon State, University of Utah, Auburn University, Nazareth College, Southwestern Oklahoma State, Saddleback College, Neumann University, Waynesburg University, Auburn University, Metropolitan State College of Denver, Prairie View A & M, Marion Technical College, Purdue University Calumet, Orange County Community College, University of South Florida, and more. PUBLICATIONS | BOOK CHAPTERS | ARTICLES  Interview E-News Writer, Journal of Negro Education (Peer Reviewed Academic Journal). 2014 - Current  JWU Alumni Magazine, Career Update, What Are You Worth. Fall 2015, Advisor Board. Winter 2016  National Black MBA Association, 7 People You Need on Your Personal Advisory Board. Fall 2015  Special Writer, AFRO Newspaper. 2014 -2015  Senior Contributing Writer, Ethnic Online Magazine. 2011 – 2015  Various Article Interviews, METRO Newspaper (Canada, Boston, Philadelphia). 2010 -2013  18 Internship Stories. Why Internships Are Good: The Best Education Money Can’t Buy. Contributor, Natascha Saunders, Main Author: Eric Woodard. Amazon 2012  Obama & Black Loyalty Vol. 1. Book Chapter 5 Author Contributor, Natascha Saunders. Black Youth & Unemployment. Main Author Bankole Thompson 2010  Parent Guide to Starting the Career Conversation, Youth Career Coach Inc. 2012. Natascha Saunders  Career Columnist, ColorMagazine.USA. 2009 – 2010  Boston University School of Management Gazette, Career Columnist and Staff Feature. Spring 2009  Working Mother Magazine, Online Job Coach Junior. Summer 2008  The Providence American, Career Columnist & Feature Interviews. 2006-2008  Youth Advocacy Project, Roxbury Public Defenders, Researcher, Recognized in Publication. Summer 2003
  • 6. N.Saunders Page 6 MEDIA  Global Social Media Radio Interview, Global Coaches Academy in Australia, Interview by Keith Keller  City Line, WCVB/TV/ABC Channel 5, Host Karen Holmes Ward, Interview  Bay State Banner, Feature Interview (Multiple)  Fall River Herald Newspaper, Feature Key Note Speaker, National Girl Scouts  CKNW News Talk 980 Vancouver, BC  Verizon Fios Black History Month Commercial  Gen Y Radio Blog Talk Radio  BNN Cable Network  HHRE-TV interviewed: MA Senator (Secretary of State) John F. Kerry and NAACP Chairwoman Roslyn Brock  U.S. Department of Education, Youth Voices News, Distribution AFFILIATIONS  Member, Association of Colleges Unions International (ACUI); USA  Member, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc; National  Member, Smithsonian Associates; Washington, DC  Alumni Member, The City Club of Washington, DC  Committee Member, Career Network, National Black MBA Association; Washington, DC  Senior Research Fellow, American Leadership & Policy Foundation; Kansas City, MO  Board of Directors, Institutional Review Board (OIRB) Harvard School of Public Health, Dimock Health Center  NAACP Boston Branch, Education and Labor Committees  Past Board of Directors, YWCA Greater Rhode Island  Past Vice President Public Relations, JWU Toastmasters International Club  Supporter / Presenter, African American Women in Higher Education  Member, Sigma Epsilon Rho Honor Society  Honorary Faculty Member, Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity  NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education PRESENTATIONS (abbreviated list) K-12 Schools  Career Development Curriculum for Teachers, Luke C. Moore High School; Washington, DC  Key Note Address, ‘Focus on You’, The Fenway High School; Boston ,MA  Girls Mentoring Program Series, East Boston High School; East Boston, MA  Key Note Address, ‘Trying to Forget to Move Ahead’, Community Academy; Roxbury, MA  Host & Speaker, ‘Homecoming Pageant’, Jeremiah E. Burke High School; Dorchester, MA  Image & Career Development, ‘Presenter’, Paul Cuffee School; Providence, RI  Find your Passion, ‘METCO Alumni Panel’, Natick High School; Natick, MA  Commencement Address, Community Academy High School; Roxbury, MA  Finding your Career, ‘Guest Speaker’, The Met School; Providence, RI  Career Readiness NCBW, ‘Speaker’, Classical High School; Providence, RI  Speaker~ Preparing for College, ‘Honor’s Student Group, Stoughton High School; Stoughton, MA Colleges / Universities  Guest Lecturer on Career Counseling, Mentoring, Boston College Lynch School of Education; Chestnut Hill, MA  Personal Branding, ‘Workshop Facilitator’, George Mason University; Fairfax, VA  Speaker, ABPsi’s, Regent University School of Psychology & Counseling; Virginia Beach, VA  de art of Networking, ‘Workshop Facilitator’, Simmons College; Boston, MA  Coaching Diverse Students, ‘Panelist’, AmeriCorps members, at Brown University; Providence, RI  Mediation Techniques, ‘Work Shop Facilitator’, Johnson & Wales University; Providence, RI  Keys to Your Success, Goal Setting, ‘Panel Participant’, Providence College; Providence, RI  Networking Workshop, WECAN, Harvard University; Cambridge, MA  Opening Keynote for new Career Center, Urban Community College of Boston; Boston, MA  Career Development Panelist, Roxbury Community College; Roxbury, MA  Key Note Graduation Speaker, TRiO & Gear Up, Mount Wachusett Community College; Gardner, MA  Career Development Panelist, Brown University; Providence, RI  METCO Program, Bentley University; Waltham, MA  Careers in Consulting, Panel Moderator, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Cambridge, MA  Key Note Address, ‘Personal Story’, Lake State Superior University; Ste. Marie, MI
  • 7. N.Saunders Page 7 Companies/Corporations  Marketing Diversity Training, ‘Call To Action’, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Boston, MA  Recruiting, 'Panel Participant’, Amica Insurance; Providence, RI  Recruiting, ‘Panel Participant’, TJX Corporation; Framingham, MA  Career Readiness for College Students, The Links Inc.; Providence, RI  Finding Your Passion; 85 Broads/herNetwork; Boston, MA  Management Expectations, Leadership, Student Intern Success, PwC; Boston, MA  Higher Education Recruiting, KPMG; Boston, MA  Year Up Students Career Development Program Multiple Series, BNY Mellon; Boston, MA  Moderator/Guest Speaker, College Intern Event: ‘Job Search Campaign’, Federal Reserve Bank; Boston, MA  Gatekeeping Strategies, Administrative Assistants Conference, Lorman Education Services; Lynn, MA  Career Development Training Series in partnership with Year Up, State Street Corporation; Boston, MA  Girls Who Live in Low Income Housing, Housing Opportunities Unlimited; Boston, MA  Continuing Education in Graduate School, EMD Serono the biopharmaceutical division of Merck KGaA; Rockland, MA  Social Media Branding, The City Club of Washington; Washington, D.C. Non Profits *Abbreviated List…  Career Readiness Training, Career Team Southwest; Washington, DC  Panel Presenter: Leadership, Work Evaluations, Personal Branding, Black MBA Association DC Chapter; Washington, DC  Relationship Building through Effective Listening, New Bethel Baptist Church; Washington, DC  Women’s Month Panel Moderator, Leadership, The National Diversity Council; Washington, DC  Problem-Solving, ‘Workshop Facilitator’, Institute for Parent Leaders; Providence, RI  Mock Interviews, ‘Facilitator’,; Boston, MA  Career Strategies, ‘Facilitator and Summer Teacher’, Upward Bound; Boston, MA  Personal Branding, Vision Statements, ‘Workshop Facilitator’ Jubilee Christian Church; Mattapan, MA  The Truth about Hip Hop, International Outreach Ministries; Hyde Park, MA  Adult Careers & Networking, Fountain of Grace Church; Canton, MA  Resumes & Career Readiness, ‘Workshop Facilitator’, Exchange City; Providence, RI  Mission & Vision Statements, ‘Workshop Facilitator’, The College Crusade; Providence, RI  Career Exploration, ‘Key Note’, to over 500 members, Girl Scouts of America at Battle Ship Cove; Fall River, MA  The Value of Mentoring, Created a presentation, RI Police NABLEO Symposium; Providence, RI  Resume Tips, ‘Co-Workshop Facilitator’, Latina Parent Leadership Institute; Providence, RI  Customer Service Training and Multiple Workshops, The Goodwill Industries; Boston, MA  Career Readiness, Chinatown YMCA underwritten by The Boston Foundation; Chinatown Boston, MA  Various Career Development Panels & Workshops, Urban League of Eastern MA; Boston, MA  Panelist/Moderator National Conference, National Urban League; Boston, MA  Summer Job Pipeline Job Program Speaker on Branding & Self Esteem, NAACP; Boston, MA  Multiple Key Notes, METCO (Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity); Boston, MA  Career Training, ABCD (Action for Boston Community Development); Boston, MA  Moderator Panelist, ALPFA (Association of Latino Professionals in Finance & Accounting); Boston, MA  Girls in the House, Black Ministerial Alliance; Roxbury, MA  Mock Interviewer / Speaker, Bottom Line Inc.; Jamaica Plain, MA  Key Note, CCAP Learn to Earn Providence Skills Center; Providence, RI  Speech & Interview Finals Judge; USA Academic Decathlon; Providence, RI  Resume Building, Mount Hope Neighborhood Association; Providence, RI  Self-Esteem, LEAD High School Girls, National Coalition of 100 Black Women; Providence, RI  Woman Conference 2010, Southern New England WOMAN Magazine; Providence, RI  Fashion Show Host, Rivers Edge Art Fashion Show Fundraiser; Providence, RI  Key Note Speaker, Black Data Processing Associates-RI Professional Development Seminars; Providence, RI  Speaker, Youth Venture Selection Panel, United Way; Boston, MA  Speaker, Annual convention of Uganda Diaspora and American Development Association (UADA); Boston, MA  Building Your Personal Brand, YBWS (Young Black Woman Society); Boston, MA  Resume Writing Workshop, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Children's Services of Roxbury; Roxbury, MA Agencies  Key Note, Social Worker & Black History, Department of Children & Families: Health & Human Services; Boston, MA  Think Big Dream Big, Professional Development Trainer, Massachusetts Housing Authority; Cambridge, MA  Career Development for Aging out Foster Care Kids, Department of Human Services, ShareHeart/St. Vincent’s; Brooklyn, NY  Career Training Facilitator. Defense Intelligence Agency: Federally Employed Women; Greenbelt, MD

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