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Academic Department Coordinator



Office: LSP170


Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA                                            January 2006-May 2009

Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics: Magna Cum Laude          Minor: Russian Studies

Cumulative GPA: 3.83/4.00 

Honors: Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, Honors List 2006-2007, Honors List 2007, Dean’s List 2008, Honors List 2008-2009, Dana Learn Scholar 2007, Black Pyramid Senior Honor Society, Omicron Epsilon Delta Economics Honor Society



Co-Chair of F&M Votes Coalition

  • Coordinate and execute a voter registration, education and motivation campaign for the student population
  • Conduct weekly meetings for students, faculty, and staff volunteers
  • Oversee budget operations and the creation of all marketing materials
  • Act as liaison between the campus and the local Board of Elections in all matters concerning a current election and the student voter registration process


Student intern for the LCPC working through the Local Economy Center at F&M

Lancaster County Planning Commission, Lancaster, PA     September 2008-April 2009

  • Gathered public input into what economic indicators the commission should be   collecting in order to monitor the city’s economic development
  • Updated economic statistics on the Local Economy Center’s website

Co-Chair of the TGU Summer Exchange Program

  • Organize the administrative details of the exchange program including orientation,    space rental, meal assignments, instructors, day trips, and transportation.
  • Act as liaison between F&M, the home stay organization (AHLI), and the university in Japan (TGU) in all organizational endeavors
  • Oversee student employees and the exchange students during the August program


Student Assistant to the Chairman of the Accreditation Committee

Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA                           May 2008 – August 2008

  • Assisted the Chairman in editing, revising, and compiling separate committee reports which became Franklin & Marshall’s re-accreditation report to the Middle States Center for Higher Education