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  1. 1. Antonio D. Banks 1950 THIRD STREET C/O HOUSING OFFICE LA VERNE, CA 91750 (909) 763-9364 Abanks@laverne.eduSummary of Qualifications: • One year experience supervising a paraprofessional staff for the Student Housing and Residential Education department • Member of the Student Housing and Residential Education afterhours Emergency Response Team • One year experience in adjudicating first level judicial hearings for conduct cases concerning residential students • Two years of experience in group advising and evaluating performance • Organized and facilitated an extensive month-long training including a three-day diversity training for 20 Resident Assistants • Two years of experience of educational assessment and evaluation including writing and assessing student learning outcomesEducation:Masters of Science, Education with an Emphasis in Higher Education May 2012California State University, FullertonBachelor of Arts, Liberal Studies September 2010California State University, San BernardinoProfessional Experience:Resident Director, University of La Verne July 2011-PresentLa Verne, California • Supervise six Resident Assistants and assist with programming ideas, community building, roommate conflicts, student/life counseling • Serve weekly as on-call professional staff duty rotation to provide assistance to RAs on duty and first in line for emergency responses • Oversee three residential Buildings in housing facilities to ensure a positive living and learning experience for all • Facilitate staff meetings and staff development for 24-person staff on a rotating schedule with three other Resident Director • Coordinated first-year experience honors floor for freshmen honor studentsResearch Associate, Center for Research on Educational Access and Leadership August 2010-PresentFullerton, California • Coordinator of a GEAR UP qualitative study project consisting of 29 students, their parents, and their English and Math teachers • Leads evaluation project for Center of Excellence for Veteran Student Success 3 year initiative • Secondary lead on external evaluation of the Los Angeles Southwest College PASSAGE program and athletes assessment • Utilize various mixed methods of research tools for various projects coordinated through the center • Continuous reporting to various external partners invested in projects and program evaluations for quality assurance and feedbackResearch Assistant, The Ball Foundation February 2011-June 2011Rowland Heights, California • Created field notes for meetings conducted by the community of practice for RUSD • Composed data analysis and comparison of observations and field work notes • Managed audio and video collection and analysis of meetings for the Community of Practice • Compiled data, resources, reflections, and materials from all Community of Practice members for reporting purposesDean of Students Project Assistant, California State University, Fullerton August 2009-February 2010Fullerton, California • Coordinated public relations projects such as website and other campaigns deployed from the Dean of Students office • Served as member of Alcohol and Other Drugs Advisory committee, FERPA committee, and Students of Concern committee • Coordinated learning outcomes assessment project for student assistants in the Dean of Students Office in collaboration with Student Voice • Planned preliminary steps in ASI presidents Alumni Event and other fundraising events • Co-advisor for ACE (A Co-Curricular Education); which devised a extracurricular agenda suited for students’ professional aspirations • Served as advisor for the Council of Honors Societies, the governing board for all honor societies at the institution1|Page
  2. 2. Resident Assistant, California State University, San Bernardino June 2007-June 2009San Bernardino, California • Implemented at least 10 programs a year centered on personal development, diversity, academic success, and community building • Served on committee responsible for hall-wide academic programming throughout the year • Used conflict mediation to resolve roommate conflicts • Co-advised hall council in second year as returning Resident AssistantAmerica Reads Literacy Tutor, San Bernardino Unified School District September 2004-June 2005San Bernardino, California • Benchmarked improvement in students’ reading over course of year. • Interviewing, time sampling, and classroom observation for evaluation of student performance • Coordinated self classroom management when neededAdditional Skills and Training: • Diversity Training • Safe Zone Training • Program Development, Assessment, Evaluation • Mental First Aid Training • Proficient in Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Photoshop, Illustrator, SPSS, SurveyMonkey, Qualtrics, Atlas .Ti, • Trained in FERPA, StarRez Housing software, and Banner software.Professional Memberships:Region VI Member: National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) October 2011-PresentMember: Higher Educational Learning Organization at California State University, Fullerton January 2012-PresentProfessional Presentations:Ethical Principles in Leadership, SHARE Spring 2011 Resident Assistant Training March 2012Parental Perceptions in Higher Education, American Association for Hispanics in Higher Education Conference March 2012The Journey Begins! Again! SHARE Winter 2012 Resident Assistant Training January 2012What’s on your Cape? The Guide to Self-Empowerment, Southern RAP Conference October 2011First Year External Evaluation on Center for Veteran Student Success, CREAL Professional Development Series July 2011Graduate Student Speaker Panel Host, Western Region Careers in Student Affairs Day 2010 October 2010Publications in the Works:Person, D., & Banks, A. (2012). Year two evaluation of Center of Excellence for Veteran Student Success. Unpublished manuscript, Center for Research on Educational Access and Leadership.Person, D., Banks, A., & Garcia, Y (2012). Year one report of GEAR UP case study. Unpublished manuscript, Center for Research on Educational Access and LeadershipPerson, D. Barrett, R, Banks, A. & Saunders, K. (2012). Formative assessment on Los Angeles Southwest athletes’ student success. Unpublished manuscript, Center for Research on Educational Access and LeadershipPerson, D., Barrett, R. Banks, A. (2012). Formative assessment on Los Angeles Southwest College PASSAGE program. Unpublished manuscript, Center for Research on Educational Access and LeadershipOrdonez-Jasis, R. & Banks, A (2011). Community mapping in an inner-city school district. Unpublished manuscript, California State University, FullertonPerson, D., & Banks, A. (2011). Year one evaluation of Center of Excellence for Veteran Student Success. Unpublished manuscript, Center for Educational Access and LeadershipConferences Attended:Western Association of Colleges & University Housing Officers in Pomona, CA April 2012The American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) Conference in Costa Mesa, CA March 2012National Association of Student Personnel Administrator Regional Conference in San Diego, CA November 2011Western Region Careers in Student Affairs Day in Fullerton, CA October 2010Western Region Careers in Student Affairs Day in Irvine, CA October 20082|Page