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Alex Card Resume 2014


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Alex Card Resume 2014

  1. 1. Alexandra G. Card EDUCATION The University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education Major: Communication Disorders Current GPA: 3.72/4.0 May 2014 RECREATION EXPERIENCES The University of Tennessee RecSports Department; Knoxville, TN Intramural SportsSupervisor May 2011- Present  Contribute to the development, direction, and assessment ofa diverse intramural sports program, including refining rules and procedures for each activity under the supervision of Graduate Assistants  Implement an official’s training program, including organizing field/court clinics, officials’ evaluations, and individual feedback, while ensuring a high customer regard  Utilize resolution skills to prevent and address conflict  Implement all Intramural Sports policies and procedures while maintaining all facilities including 5 basketball courts, 5 outdoorturf fields, 3 sand volleyball courts,and 4 grass fields  Survey equipment at the close of each sport session and provide ample details concerning which equipment needs repair  Complete necessary paperwork associated with nightly duties to ensure effective communication with Graduate Assistants and Professional Staff Club Sports Manager April 2013- Present  Serve as a direct liaison between the Club Sports at the University, and the Administrative Staff while frequently utilizing problem-solving skills  Manage all duties of officers of seven UT Club Sports including travel documents, participant waivers, ensuring constant communication with officers  Supervise weekend events,implementing all Club Sport and Facility policies  Created and presented a “Risk Management” seminar including an evaluation tool for all Club Sport officers  Maintain club deposits,process disbursement requests,and track club equipment check outs through “Fusion” software  Conduct practice checks for clubs,maintaining a positive regard when faced with adversity from club members Student Officials Association,Vice President May 2013- Present  Act as a direct liaison between association members and community leagues, coordinating various officiating opportunities, and holding trainings for members  Maintain the SOA budget regularly, and email members weekly meeting minutes  Contact community leagues in pursuit of emerging opportunities for SOA growth and community involvement including service opportunities  Plan member appreciation events underspace and budget limitations Intramural Student Official December 2010- Present  Officiate on average six intramural games per week for a variety of sports (Flag Football, Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, Indoor Soccer, Outdoor Soccer, Roller Hockey) constantly utilizing conflict management skills Intramurals Office Assistant August 2013- Present  Manage IM Leagues, score sheets,and perform office duties as assigned by Graduate Assistants 1717 Highland Ave. Knoxville, TN 37916 (423) 667-5750 Cell
  2. 2. CHILD CARE/ YOUTH PROGRAMMING Camp Koinonia  Counselor- wrote behavior modifications, assumed sole responsibility over a camper with special needs 2011  Activity Staff Leader for Arts and Crafts, wrote all lesson plans, budgeted and fundraised for supplies 2012  Head Counselor, organized a group of twelve collegiate ladies and their campers 2013 Knoxville Community  Fountain City Youth Baseball/Softball League Umpire April 2013-Present  West Bearden Basketball League Official December 2012-Present.  Pre – K After School Teacher for Thaxton Elementary December 2011- June 2012  Pediatric Language Center Volunteer March 2011- May 2013  City of Knoxville Summer Staff for Mentor Program May 2013-August 2013  Destination Imagination Hotel Liaison, UT Conferences May 2013 Additional Experiences  Hamilton County School Age Child Care Summer Staff May 2011-August 2011  Nanny for The Castle Family, full and part time April 2012- September 2013  Softball Summer Camp Counselor, Baylor School May 2010, May 2011, May 2013 GREEK LEADERSHIP/SERVICE Phi Mu Fraternity Membership Director January 2013- Present  Planed and executed PanHellenic Preview Weekend and Fall Formal Recruitment for over 1500 new members  Coordinated with over 150 chaptermembers, assigned each member roles and enforced their work requirements  Accomplished the highest return rates and strongest recruiting over twelve other National PanHellenic Chapters, with only 22/1003 potential new members electing to “not return” to our chapter for recruitment rounds Discipline Chairman January 2013-Present  Elected to refer chaptermembers to Discipline Committee who violate social, financial, or academic policies  Conduct discipline meetings to educate members on their reason for referral, and implement a disciplinary probation for each member called, accurately reflecting the members’ charges  Send follow up notices on probationary terms and terminated probationary periods while communicating each procedural step in the disciplinary process with our National Officer Reference Chairman January 2012-2013  Received over 400 references for potential new members during summer months of 2012 from Phi Mu Alumni and recorded informative data on each potential new member while maintaining positive relations with alumni Other Greek Associationsand Accomplishments  Phi Mu Intramural Chairman, January 2011-2012  Awarded “PanHellenic Woman of the Month” October 2012  Nominated as Phi Mu’s Greek Leadership Delegate, 2011  Nominated as Phi Mu’s Junior PanHellenic Delegate, 2010 CERTIFICATIONS, MEMBERSHIPS, AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS  Nominated for the Ira Sigler Award for “exceptional dedication to the RecSports department” April 2013  Awarded “Pioneer of the Year” by the Dean of Students at The University of Tennessee 2012-2013  Awarded “Supervisor of the Year” May 2012  Awarded “Employee of the Month” September 2011, and March 2012  American Red Cross CPR, AED, and First Aid InstructorCertified: July 2013  American Softball Association Certified: April 2013  NIRSA Region II Conference
  3. 3. Alexandra G. Card REFERENCES Becky Dahl Assistant Director of Programming and Education The University of Tennessee 2111 Volunteer Boulevard Knoxville TN 37996 (205) 996-4937 Don Mills Graduate Assistant forIntramural Sports The University of Tennessee 301 Lippencott St, Apt 612 A Knoxville, TN 37920 (215) 264-2541 Mario Riles Intramural Sports Coordinator The University of Tennessee 2111 Volunteer Boulevard Knoxville, TN 37996 (865) 974-2300 Gene Hayes Professor in Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sports Management Advisorfor Camp Koinonia Program The University of Tennessee (865) 974- 1288 Jaymee Castle Senior Account Executive APL Logistics Knoxville, TN 37913 (615) 290-0676 Josh Gianitsis Graduate Assistant forClub Sports The University of Tennessee 2111 Volunteer Boulevard Knoxville, TN 37996 (407) 721-2575 Nick Singer Graduate Assistant forIntramural Sports The University of Tennessee 2111 Volunteer Boulevard Knoxville, TN 37996 (410) 458-5258 Carrie Trexler Coordinator for Kinesiology and Recreation Department (Former Supervisor) Club Sports/ Marketing Coordinator The University of Tennessee 2111 Volunteer Boulevard Knoxville, TN 37996 (205) 996-4909 1711717 Highland Ave. Knoxville, TN 37916 (423) 667-5750 Cell