ORONNE CHIMZI WAMI                                              3815 Maxon Ave. Chino, Ca 91710                           ...
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  1. 1. ORONNE CHIMZI WAMI 3815 Maxon Ave. Chino, Ca 91710 (909) 979-4552 / OronneW@ucr.eduEDUCATIONCALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, FULLERTONMaster of Science, Higher Education, May 2012CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY Pomona, CABachelor of Arts, Sociology June 2008OBJECTIVETo expand experience in Student Affairs in an environment that promotes student development.STUDENT AFFAIRS EXPERIENCEUNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE 10/08- presentASSISTANT VICE CHANCELLOR / DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICEPeer Education/Community Service Assistant • Planned programs with and for students relating to the areas of Sexual Assault, Hazing and Academic Integrity • Exhibited knowledge with peer education and mentoring programs • Planned and Facilitated Training for REACH Peer Educators • Some AVC/DOS Website maintenance • Worked independently and as a team with fellow staff to create programs that supported student development • Served as Supervisor for 2 UCR Community Service Interns and 33 REACH Peer Educators • Familiarized myself with Riverside community service agencies and resources • Developed community service calendar as a reference for on campus clubs and organizations • Communicated with students about various issues personal, social or academic and referred to appropriate resources • Tabled at various on campus events promoted services or programs like REACH and Community Service • Exhibited verbal communication skills by conducting workshops for student organizations, parents of incoming freshmen and small group diversity dialogues with incoming freshmenUNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE- 10/08- 12/08STUDENT CONDUCT AND ACADEMIC INTEGRITY PROGRAMS (SCAIP)Student Conduct Coordinator • Discerned information relevant to the investigation and resolution of allegations of student misconduct analytically • A high degree of personal/professional integrity, respect and confidentiality was used when dealing with student cases • Demonstrated the ability to work effectively and respectfully with culturally and ethnically diverse students • Exhibited the ability to multi-task and priorities assignments while meeting deadlines. • Utilized effective oral and written communication skills to interact with students and staff. • Demonstrated advanced writing skills to compose letters to students informing them of alleged violations -especially DMCA violations (illegal downloading) • Observed multiple College Academic Integrity Committee and Student Conduct Committee Meetings • Acquired knowledge of the student conduct and adjudication process at UC RiversideOFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE AND CULTURAL CENTERS 7/07- 6/08Diversity Ambassador Intern • Prepared an Alternative Spring Break trip to the Southern region of the US retracing the steps of Civil Rights events. • Developed qualifying criteria for student applicants / assisted in conducting interviews and reading application essays • Produced a marketing campaign that encouraged a larger and diverse application pool, which increased application numbers from 17 to 44 from the previous academic year • Spoke to several on campus clubs and classes encouraging students to apply • Facilitated and prepared curriculum for the trips 2 preparatory classes • Oversaw fundraising efforts of 22 students- raising $27,000 ($2,000 above goal) • Facilitated nightly discussions during tripRELATED EXPERIENCE • Common Ground Collective Planning Committee • Common Ground Retreat Committee • UC Riverside Peer Educators Training • Crisis Training, University of Redlands • Computer Skills: Microsoft Office, Adobe, SharePoint, Internet Explorer