NATHALIE G. AIS | 754-235-9629 | 9 years of experience
Innovative Leader. Strategic Project Manager...
• Coached a CEO of an education start-up compan...
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N.Ais Resume 8.1.15

Published on: Mar 3, 2016

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  • 1. NATHALIE G. AIS | 754-235-9629 | 9 years of experience Innovative Leader. Strategic Project Manager. Dynamic Relationship Builder EDUCATION Boston College, Lynch School of Education, Chestnut Hill, MA 5/2010 • M.Ed., Curriculum & Instruction • Bank of America Leaders in Urban Education Fellowship Award • Teaching English Language Learners (TELL) Endorsement Certificate • GPA 4.0 Smith College, Northampton, MA • B.A., Government and Sociology Double Major, Liberal Arts Commendation 8/2012 ACADEMIC PUBLICATION SKILLS MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Instruction/Learning Effectiveness Research: "Critical Pedagogy in Practice: Institutional Structures and Individual Practice of Critical Pedagogy at an Elite Institution of Higher Education" published in the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship (MMUF) Journal 2010 at Harvard University Workshop Facilitation- Workshop facilitator for graduate students at Boston College 4/2015 Public Speaking- Panelist/Speaker, Smith College Women’s Leadership Conference 3/2015 Consulting- leadership development, career development, program development 1/2012 Upper School Leader, A.P. English Teacher 8/2014-Present Parkside Christian Academy/Cross Factor Academy, Boston, MA • Manage/Supervise priorities of Upper Campus: student/teacher development • Design, develop and deliver founding rigorous AP. English program and curriculum, collaborating with teachers and College Board • Develop/Plan training, which has led to improved pupil performance, interdisciplinary learning outcomes, and integrated skills assessment, improved teacher effectiveness • Cultivated strategic partnerships with local organizations Instructor/College Advisor Summer 2014 and Summer 2015 University of Massachusetts Boston, Urban Scholars Program, Boston, MA •Counsel and develop strategies for diverse students on making strategic decisions regarding college admissions, degree offerings, personal statement, financial aid, etc. •Design, develop, and deliver curriculum for 5 courses for students Course: College Admissions/Application Seminar & Own Your Voice (public speaking skills) •Supervise teacher’s assistants Co-Director 8/2011-8/2012 Boston College, The Donovan Extension Project, Donovan Urban Teaching Scholars Program •Instituted, designed, and delivered professional development program for diverse graduate students that deployed active on-the-job performance support and application to job, resulted in improved preparation and performance •Developed curriculum •Managed budget Project Manager/Director 2012-Present STRIDE, Inc., Summer Retreat Program and Collegiate Summit, Cambridge, MA • Manage/Execute operations of summer retreat program for over 35 diverse young professionals • Developed strategic partnerships and recruitment/marketing strategies • Organized food services for over 125 people at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) • Secured sponsorships and donations • Supervised planning and distribution and serving of food for an event for a non-profit organization Leadership Consultant 1/2012-Present • Provide leadership development, public speaking, career development, program development, and academic skills workshops and private consultations
  • 2. EXECUTIVE EDUCATION EXPERIENCE POLICY EXPERIENCE RELATED EXPERIENCE AWARDS • Coached a CEO of an education start-up company in Cambridge, MA to prepare for graduation keynote speech • Work with diverse clientele: non-profits, businesses, international students, high school students, graduate students, and individual professionals Program Assistant 6/2007-12/2007 Smith Executive Education for Women, Smith College •Assisted developing, facilitating and executing executive education and leadership programs for business women in Fortune 500 companies •Monitored logistics •Instituted a new electronic survey tool, contributed to improved bottom line by innovating online evaluations: reducing paper, and increasing reporting efficiency and completion rates, contributed to outstanding participant evaluations: 100% of attendees rated the Consortium Very Good to Excellent • Managed/maintained program materials Policy Intern 7/2009-12/2009 National Education Association (NEA), Washington, D.C. •Project manager for the Policy Video Project •Developed social media campaign •Supervised team of 4, •Conducted research/analysis to develop policies •Wrote a report of department and policy recommendations Smith College Gold Key Guide & Admissions Assistant 2008-2010 Smith College Admissions Office, Northampton, MA •Implemented innovative recruitment strategies, •Developed and provided campus, tours for visiting prospective students and families, •Counseled prospective applicants on admissions process/degree offerings, •Assisted with special on-campus events/programs •Delivered special tours/information sessions/presentations for Open Campus and Spring Preview •Hosted overnight guests, Bank of America Leaders in Urban Education Fellowship Award, Boston College Lynch School of Education (2011-2012) Smith College Dean’s List for Academic Excellence (2006- 2010, maintained all four years at Smith) Silver Cord Award for over 500 Volunteer Community Service Hours, Broward County, Fl (2006) Smith College Alumnae Club of Ft. Lauderdale Book Award for Academic Excellence (May 2006)

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