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                                                                    KATHERINE JONES
                                                                    60 Haven Avenue, Apt. 2D
                                                                    New York, New York 10032
                                                                    212.305.1688 kj2@columbia.edu


OBJECTIVE
                Position in social marketing.


EDUCATION
                MAILMAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
                MPH, Sociomedical Sciences-Health Promotion/Disease Prevention, December 2008.
                Recipient, Community Scholar Program Fellowship. President, SMS Educators.
                Volunteer, Northern Manhattan Community Voices Collaborative.
                Completed practicum at Community Service Society of NYC.

                BARUCH COLLEGE
                B.S., Business Administration, June 1997. Concentration in Marketing.
                Dean’s List. Freshman Advisor (1996-97). Captain, debate team (1995-96).
                Volunteer, Chelsea Health Hotline.


EXPERIENCE
Summers 2006 JOHN SNOW, INC                                               Boston, Massachusetts
and 2007     Intern-Social Marketing
              Researched logistics for cost effective contraceptive dissemination in Southeast
                 Asia. Assisted in development of forecasting systems for contraceptive demand.
              Convened focus group on teen attitudes toward use of family planning facilities.

                PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS                                         Fairfax, Virginia
2000-2006       Senior Research Associate
                 Managed team of assistants who reduced production time for design and creation of
                    fiscal year workbooks and spreadsheets by 25%.
                 Collaborated on the FY 2002 and 2003 marketing plans for health care consulting
                    practice.
                 Contributed to policy and marketing strategy for electronic welfare payment pilot
                    program.
1997-1999       Research Assistant
Summer 1996     D’ARCY MASIUS BENTON AND BOWLES                                New York, New York
                Intern
                Created media plans and developed first draft budgets for print and electronic media
                advertising campaigns.

ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
           Computer literate (word processing, spreadsheet, statistical and health
           system applications). Co-Chair, NYC AIDS Taskforce. Conversationally fluent in
           Spanish. Enjoy nordic and alpine skiing. Travelled extensively in Latin and South
           America.
                                          SUSAN HIRANO
                                         525 West 96th Street
                                     New York, New York 10027
                                     212.854.5612 sh@aol.com


OBJECTIVE
                Analyst with international health policy organization.

EDUCATION
                COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY                                          New York, NY
                 Mailman School of Public Health
                 MPH, Population and Family Health, December 2008.
                 Recipient, Gates Maternal Health Scholarship.
                 School of Social Work
                 MSW, October 2008.

                COE COLLEGE                                                 Cedar Rapids, IA
                B.S., Sociology, June 2000. Minor in Health Education.
                Magna Cum Laude. Dean’s List. Member, Dormitory Advisory Council. Co-captain,
                junior varsity tennis team (1998-99). Co-chair, Women’s Health Day 1999.

EXPERIENCE
Summer 2007 CHILDREN’S DEFENSE FUND                                       Washington, DC
            Intern
             Collaborated on design and dissemination of 10-page survey to assess qualitative and
                 quantitative impact of community-based child health programs nationwide.
             Evaluated child health awareness programs funded by Department of Health and
                 Human Services for $1.5M.
             Co-authored position paper on impact of child health insurance programs.

2003 – 2006     INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE                               New York, NY
                Development Officer
                 Cultivated 200 corporate and other institutional donors for 2004 Refugee Initiative.
                 Increased contributions for all projects by 75% in 2005-2006.
2001 – 2003     Health Educator
                 Facilitated 5-session seminar series on health promotion/disease prevention topics.
                 Trained health educators in individual and group formats prior to international
                   assignments.

2000– 2001      SOCIAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION                               Oakland, CA
                Child Welfare Services Administrator

Summer 1998     WHITE HOUSE INTERN PROGRAM                                    Washington, DC
                Health Policy Intern
                Researched and co-authored reports on family health-related issues.

ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION Computer literate (word processing, spreadsheet and statistical applications).
            Fluent in Japanese, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish. Co-founder, 96th Street Chess
            Club.
                                         THOMAS BROWN


Permanent Address                                                          Current Address
200 J Street, NW                                                           600 Fort Washington Avenue
Washington, DC 20008                                                       New York, New York 10032
202.750.3223                                                               212.305.1121
                                                                           tbrown@hotmail.com

OBJECTIVE
                Fall internship in regulatory compliance.

EDUCATION
                MAILMAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
                MPH, Environmental Health Sciences, December 2009.
                Recipient, Sierra Club Fellowship. Volunteer, Washington Heights Water Watch.
                Relevant coursework included: Health Policy and the Political System, Molecular
                Toxicology and Ethical Issues in Occupational/Environmental Health

                NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
                BA, Political Science, June 2005. Pre-law concentration.
                Senior Thesis: The History and Potential of Public Interest Litigation Organizations.
                Dean’s List. Junior year at Catholic University, San Paolo, Brazil.

REGULATORY
EXPERIENCE
Summer 2008 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY                               Washington, DC
            Intern
             Wrote first draft of Compliance 2008 reform initiatives.
             Facilitated training sessions on Compliance 2008 for 20 EPA headquarters offices.
RESEARCH
EXPERIENCE
2006-2007   RESOURCES FOR THE FUTURE                                      Washington, DC
            Research Associate
             Explored funding, liability and land use issues leading to Superfund reform
                initiatives.
             Analyzed effectiveness of EPA regulatory efforts in reducing pollution levels.
             Conducted preliminary empirical research on biodiversity and its value in
                pharmaceutical product development.

2005-2006       PHILLIPS NIZER BENJAMIN KRIM & BALLON LLP New York, NY
                Research Assistant, Environmental Law Practice
                 Conducted research in support of environmental due diligence audits.
                 Prepared governmental regulatory compliance filings, including permits, variance
                    applications and environmental impact statements.


ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
           Computer literate (word processing, spreadsheet, statistical and health
           system applications). Facilitator, 2007 Environmental Career Conference.
           Conversationally fluent in Spanish. Extensive travel in Africa and South America.
           Versed in environmental issues facing African and South American countries.
                                                                     JASON MARTINEZ
                                                                     650 Fort Washington Avenue, #6G
                                                                     New York, New York 10032
                                                                     212.305.6590


OBJECTIVE
                 Position in healthcare consulting.


EDUCATION
                 MAILMAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
                 M.P.H, Health Policy and Management, February 2009.
                 Recipient, Mayor’s Fellowship. Founder, MD/MPH Caucus. Volunteer, Public Health
                 Community Outreach Program.

                 UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
                 M.D., 2007.

                 SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
                 B.S., Business Administration and Biology, June 1998.
                 Magna Cum Laude. Dean’s List. Resident Advisor (1996-97). Co-captain, intramural
                 soccer team (1998).



EXPERIENCE
2007-Present PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS                                Fairfax, Virginia
             Health Policy/Health Care Consulting Practicum
             Created fiscal year workbooks and spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel. Collaborated on
             the FY 2007 business plan for health care consulting practice. Contributed to policy and
             systems design for electronic welfare payment pilot program.

                SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL HOSPITAL                        San Francisco, California
2001-2003       Departmental Administrator
                Created tracking system for daily schedules and utilization patterns for 30 faculty and
                fellows and 120 interdisciplinary staff members. Managed daily activities of
                department, including managed care strategies, compliance initiatives and group practice
                agreements. Monitored departmental operations, salary and equipment budgets totalling
                15M. Developed reporting system for statistical and epidemiological data.

1998-2000     Junior Administrator


Summer 1997      WHITE HOUSE INTERN PROGRAM                           Washington, D.C.
                 Policy Intern – Science and Technology
                 Researched and authored reports on health-related issues.


ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
           Computer literate (word processing, spreadsheet, statistical and health system
           applications). Member, Healthcare Financial Management Association.
           Chosen to participate in McKinsey & Company Insight 2007, a three-day
           insider’s look into Management Consulting for Ph.D.’s and M.D.’s.
                                           DENISE SIMONE

Permanent Address                                            Current Address
305 Rue LeClerc                                               90 Haven Avenue, 3C
75014 Paris France                                            New York, New York 10032
011.33.1.25.45.89.78                                          212.305.1597
                                                              ds18@columbia.edu
______________________________________________________________________________________

OBJECTIVE        Position in biostatistics at major pharmaceutical company.

EDUCATION
                 MAILMAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
                 M.P.H, Biostatistics, May 2009.
                 Recipient, Department of Biostatistics Graduate Fellowship. Member, Academic
                 Standards Committee. Volunteer, Public Health Community Outreach Program.

                 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY
                 B.S., Applied Mathematics and Statistics, June 2004. Minor in Health Education.
                 Dean’s List. Resident Advisor. Mathematics tutor (2003-2004). Transferred from
                 University of Paris IV.


EXPERIENCE
Fall-Winter MAILMAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH                                           New York, NY
2007-2008   Teaching Assistant, Department of Biostatistics
            Lead supplementary seminars for Analysis of Categorical Data course. Taught two
            sessions of Introductory Biostatistics to 15 high school students in gifted and talented
            program sponsored by the School of Public Health.

Summer -         JOHNSON PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE                                Raritan, NJ
Fall 2008        Biostatistics Intern
                 As part of a team, collaborated with research scientists on design and analysis of a
                 clinical trial. Assisted with protocol and case report form development, statistical
                 programming and preparation of study reports.

2004-2006        BOSTON AREA PSYCHIATRIC INSTITUTE                                         Boston, MA
                 Statistician
                 Maintained and interpreted data and reported statistical findings for studies in child
                 mental health. Created statistical models to support NIMH funded research.
                 Conducted review sessions on statistical methodology for newly hired statisticians.

COMPUTER
SKILLS           Computer literate (word processing, spreadsheet and statistical applications, including
                 SAS, SPSS, S-Plus, STAT, BMDP and SUNDANE).

ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION Authorized to work in the United States. Bilingual in English/French. Conversant in
            Spanish and German. Have lived in France, Spain and Italy.
                                           HYUNG LIM
                                     300 West 110th Street, #1B
                                   New York, New York 10027
                                 212.854.5673 (h) 212.674.3210 (o)
                                         hlim@nycdoh.gov


OBJECTIVE
               Position in epidemiology.

EDUCATION
               Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University
               DrPH, Epidemiology, August 2009
               MPH, Sociomedical Sciences, October, 2005
               Secretary, Student Government Association (SGA)

               Rutgers University
               BS, Behavioral Sciences and Statistics, June 1999
               Worked part-time as radiologic technician to finance undergraduate education

LICENSURE
               New York State Licensed Diagnostic Radiographer (1999)



EXPERIENCE
               New York City Department of Health                                    New York, NY
2004-present   Public Health Epidemiologist
                Analyze epidemiologic and surveillance data on communicable disease prevalence
                  and risk factors.
                Mapped distribution of lead screening tests and cases of lead poisoning using
                  MapInfo.
                Create summary tables, reports, figures and text for publication and presentation to
                  professional organizations and the general public.
                Conduct record reviews for epidemiologic research projects.

2001-2003      Community Outreach Coordinator
                Planned and coordinated child health education programs in 10 upper Manhattan
                  communities.
                Collaborated with community health planners to identify community partners and
                  recruit 25 organizations to participate in the partnership for child health education.

1999-2001      Community Outreach Assistant

LANGUAGE
SKILLS
               Computer literate (word processing, spreadsheet and statistical applications, including
               SAS, SPSS, S-Plus, STAT, BMDP). Trilingual: English, Spanish and Korean.

ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
           Member, NY Chapter of American Epidemiological Society. Admissions
           interviewer for Rutgers University.

								
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