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                                                      Emil Trueh
             etrueh@gmail.com                     1811 Chinaberry Court                  Phone (301) 254-4404
                                                    Bowie, MD 20721


                                                          Education
Master of Arts in Producing for Film & Video (2013)
American University- Washington, DC

Bachelor of Science in Communications Media (2003)
Bowie State University- Bowie, MD

District of Columbia Public Television
Certificate in Producing (Awarded Student Produced Segment of the Year)

                                                Professional Experience
ING Financial Advisers – Greenbelt, MD                                      May 2005 to Present
Regional Internal Wholesaler
     Specialize in retirement plans (401K, 403B, 457 and Defined Benefits) and provide detailed product information and
        education to all major alliances within Mid-Atlantic region
     Increased sales in the Mid-Atlantic Region by 20% within a six month period in 2007
     Conduct meetings and final presentations with prospective and existing clients
     Supervise, train and motivate a 4 person team of sales support staff (internal wholesalers, regional marketing
        consultants, proposal techs)
     Coordinate and cultivate relationships with all distribution partners within the region
     Research, identify and analyze competitive data regarding insurance vendors
     Develop quarterly mutual fund, stock and bond analysis through Morningstar Principia
     Create monthly financial reports, monitor sales numbers, and analyze performance and activity for all Regional Sales
        Directors
     Conduct monthly conference calls with sales team to discuss market trends, industry news and talking points within
        the retirement plan marketplace
     Review and analyze Funding and Annuity agreements for processing and payments
     Design and prepare plan parameters on all requests for proposals
     Construct and respond to RFP requests

T. Rowe Price – Baltimore, MD                                              March 2004 to May 2005
Participant Service Center Specialist
     Educated clients on various types of retirement investment products including 401k, 457, 403b, Traditional and Roth
        IRA, and brokerage accounts
     Provided Asset Allocations guidance with existing and potential clients with regards to their investment options
     Informed clients about tax consequences of distributions from retirement accounts
     Assisted clients in processing transactions within their accounts consisting of investment mix allocations, exchanges,
        salary deferrals, loans and withdrawals through OMNI plus system
     Resolved client’s issues and concerns by developing detailed research summaries
     Cross-sold T. Rowe Price products and services to retain assets
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         Michelle Spears 2251 Sherman Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20001 (314) 337-7237 ·
                                                    michellespears07@yahoo.com

    EDUCATION Howard University, Washington, DC School of Business Executive Leadership Honors Program,
    Dean’s List Expected Graduation: May 2013 B.B.A. in Business Management Current GPA: 4.00/4.00 —
    Cumulative GPA: 3.90/4.00

    WORK EXPERIENCE Boston Scientific Corporation, Information Systems Supply Chain Intern, Natick, MA
    May 2011 – Jul. 2011
     Cre a te d a nd orga nize d form a l docum e nta tion for ke y a pplica tions a nd s ys te m s a nd conducte d re s e a rch for a n
    ongoing project in the early stages of project management
     Utilize d S ha re P oint 2010, SAP enterprise planning system, and document repositories in creating formal
    documentation, a pilot SharePoint site, and transferring over 300 contracts into online repository
     Ma s te re d pre s e nta tion a nd com m unica tion s kills through concluding pre s e nta ton to IS senior management and
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    CIO

    Howard University School of Business, Team Leader, Washington, DC Jan. 2010 – May 2011
     S ucce s s fully com ple te d a n inte ns ive 16-week comprehensive leadership and management training program
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     S e rve d a s a m e ntor a nd nstructing assistant for new entrants in the School of Business, helping to develop
    their professional skills through resume writing, networking, presentations, and business plans
     Acte d a s chie f lia is on be twe e n S chool of Bus ine s s te a m a nd corpora te s ponsor Ingersoll Rand, building the
    company’s recruiting reputation at Howard University

    Endustry Power Players (E.P.P.), Productions Coordinator, Washington, DC Aug. 2010 – Dec.2010
     Ma na ge d the logis tics a s s ocia te d with the production of progra m s and events
     S e cure d ne w pa rtne rs hips with com pa nie s a nd orga niza tions including S irius XM Ra dio to s tre ngthe n
    participants exposure to careers in the entertainment industry

    S.M.A.R.T. PR Firm, Account Assistant, Washington, DC Jan 2010 – Aug. 2010
    Assisted in supporting marketing campaigns through the distribution of promotional materials for clientele

    Howard University Homecoming, Volunteer, Washington, DC Oct. 2009
     Exe cute d the m a rke ting e fforts for va rious m us ica l a rtis ts by dis tributng promotional materials and assisting in
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    the organization and execution of meetings

    St. Louis Artworks, Apprentice, St. Louis, MO Jun. 2009 – Aug. 2009
     Form e d a nd toure d with a da nce com pa ny in the S t. Louis Are a to ra is e funds to increase arts education
     As s is te d in s urpa s s ing the goa l of ra is ing $500 for the progra m by ra is ing $2000

    SKILLS
     Proficient in Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
     S ocia l/Ne w Me dia S kills
     Blog P os ting/Mode ra tion S kils
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          Michelle Spears 2251 Sherman Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20001 (314) 337-7237 ·
                                                     michellespears07@yahoo.com

EDUCATION Howard University, Washington, DC School of Business Executive Leadership Honors Program, Dean’s
List Expected Graduation: May 2013 B.B.A. in Business Management Current GPA: 4.00/4.00 — Cumulative GPA:
3.90/4.00

WORK EXPERIENCE
Boston Scientific Corporation, Information Systems Supply Chain Intern, Natick, MA
May 2011 – Jul. 2011
 Cre a te d a nd organized formal documentation for key applications and systems and conducted research for an ongoing
project in the early stages of project management
 Utilize d S ha re P oint 2010, S AP e nte rpris e pla nning s ys te m , a nd docum e nt re pos itorie s in cre a ting form a l
documentation, a pilot SharePoint site, and transferring over 300 contracts into online repository
 Ma s te re d pre s e nta tion a nd com m unica tion s kills through concluding pre s e nta tion to IS s e nior m a na ge m e nt a nd CIO

Howard University School of Business, Team Leader, Washington, DC Jan. 2010 – May 2011
 S ucce s s fully com ple te d a n inte ns ive 16-week comprehensive leadership and management training program
 S e rve d a s a m e ntor a nd ins tructing a s s is ta nt for ne w e ntra nts in the S chool of Bus ine s s , he lping to develop their
professional skills through resume writing, networking, presentations, and business plans
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 Acte d a s chie f lia is on be twe e n S chool of Bus ine s s te a m a nd corpora te s pons or Inge rs oll Ra nd, building the com pa ny’
recruiting reputation at Howard University

Endustry Power Players (E.P.P.), Productions Coordinator, Washington, DC Aug. 2010 – Dec.2010
 Ma na ge d the logis tics a s s ocia te d with the production of progra m s a nd e ve nts
 S e cure d ne w pa rtne rs hips with com pa nie s a nd orga niza tions including S irius XM Ra dio to s tre ngthe n pa rticipa nts
exposure to careers in the entertainment industry

S.M.A.R.T. PR Firm, Account Assistant, Washington, DC Jan 2010 – Aug. 2010
 As s is te d in supporting marketing campaigns through the distribution of promotional materials for clientele

Howard University Homecoming, Volunteer, Washington, DC Oct. 2009
 Exe cute d the m a rke ting e fforts for va rious m us ica l a rtis ts by dis tributing prom otiona l m a terials and assisting in the
organization and execution of meetings

St. Louis Artworks, Apprentice, St. Louis, MO Jun. 2009 – Aug. 2009
 Form e d a nd toure d with a da nce com pa ny in the S t. Louis Are a to ra is e funds to incre a s e a rts e duca tion
 As s is te d in s urpa s s ing the goa l of ra is ing $500 for the progra m by ra is ing $2000

SKILLS
 Proficient in Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
 S ocia l/Ne w Me dia S kills
 Blog P os ting/Mode ra tion S kills
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                                                 Stella Nnodim

Howard University                                                                      Permanent Address
2251 Sherman Ave, NW                                                                     1383 Bacon Street
Washington, D.C. 20001                                                           San Francisco, CA 94134
415-240-9182                                                                                415-240-9182
stella.nnodim@gmail.com                                                         stella.nnodim@gmail.com


SKILLS            Interpersonal, written/oral communication, project management, research,
                  Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Outlook), Adobe Applications (Adobe Photoshop,
                  Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign CS3)

EDUCATION      Howard University 2013, School of Communications, Washington, D.C.
                 Major: Public Relations
                 Cumulative GPA: 3.8
                 Diploma 2009, St. Ignatius College Preparatory, San Francisco, CA

EXPERIENCE
Present          Corporate Communications Intern, Bank of the West San Francisco, CA
                  Managed internal and external communications for the bank, including writing and
                  posting stories for the bank’s intranet accessed by 10,000 employees, and writing and
                  sending out press releases to media outlets for brand enhancement and awareness

June-Aug. 2010    Activities Coordinator, Making Waves Education Program San Francisco, CA
                  Planned numerous educational and recreational events for middle and high school students, conducted
                  events research, i.e. costs and logistics, and completed office tasks

May-Aug. 2010     Legal Extern, Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco
                  Observed cases and court proceedings, honed critical thinking skills

June-Aug. 2009    Public Relations Intern, California College of the Arts (CCA) San Francisco, CA
                  Wrote news stories for the CCA website, assisted in creating promotional material for CCA art
                  programs and events using Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign CS3, conducted research and
                  analysis on competing Arts colleges, and handled office tasks

June-Aug. 2008    Relations Intern, Community Access Ticket Services (CATS) San Francisco, CA
                  Conducted research projects on prospective partners of CATS, developed material for CATS
                  orientations, and created Excel spreadsheets to organize data on ticket sales and CATS constituents

ACTIVITIES
Present          Howard University, School of Communications Walter H. Annenberg Honors Program
Present          Howard University, School of Communications Adopt-A-Team: The New York Times
                 Team & Interpublic Group (IPG) Team
Present          Volunteer, Martha’s Table Washington, D.C.
AY 2010-11       Chairperson of Howard University’s Meridian Hill Hall Judiciary Board
March 2010       Howard University Alternative Spring Break: Detroit, Michigan
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                                         Jamison M. Harris
                                    Successful.Harris@gmail.com
                                           (313) 300-8445
CAMPUS ADDRESS                                                         PERMANENT ADDRESS
511 Gresham Pl. NW.                                                      18481 Muirland
Washington, D.C. 20059                                                   Detroit, MI,48221
202 612 4160                                                             313 300 8445

Objective:               To secure an internship position that will further my career goals.

Education:               Howard University, John H. Johnson School of
                         Communications, Washington, DC.
                         Major: Legal Communications
                         Related Classes: English 002 & 003, Political Science, National Government,
                         Principles of Speech, Pre-Law Technical Writing, Constitutional Law, Mock
                         Trial, Elements of Persuasion
                         Expected Graduation Date: May, 2014

                         Brother Rice High School. Bloomfield Township, Michigan
                         High School Diploma

Experience:

05/11 - 08/11            Intern, VisionIT, Detroit, MI
                         Preformed the functional duties of a IT Talent Scout. Duties
                         included resume sourcing, contract evaluation, and talent
                         identification

2006 - 2011              Caddy, Oakland Hills Country Club, Bloomfield Hills, MI
                         Preformed caddying services for club members and guests. Attained title of
                         “Honor Caddy” which identifies senior, outstanding caddies.

Spring 2011              Education Intern, Heads Up, Washington D.C.
                         After-school tutoring and mentoring: targeting illiteracy and strengthening
                         reading skills

Fall 2010                Community Activist, S.I.M.B.A., Safe in my Brother’s Arm,
                         Washington DC
                         Personal Mentoring; life lessons coach; research lesson plans; identify
                         target areas in student learning deficiencies

Spring 2009-2010         Captain of Forensics Team, Brother Rice High School, Bloomfield
                         Hills, MI
                         Lead teams in competitive oratorical competitions. Competed in both local and
                         national forums.
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Fall 2009-2010     Captain of Policy Debate Team, Brother Rice High School, Bloomfield
                   Hills, MI
                   Engaged in competitive debate; extensive research related to governmental
                   policy and world issues. Competed in both national and local forums.

Summer 2008-2010   Global Debate,World Leadership Youth Summit, United Nations,
                   New York City, NY
                   Engaged in discussions of both national and international significance.

2007-2010          Student Council, Student Representative, Brother Rice High School,
                   Bloomfield Hills, MI
                   Representative to student complaints

Honors/Awards:     Recipient, Howard University Legacy Full Tuition Scholarship
                   Recipient, Brother Rice Excellence in Policy Debate Award
                   Recipient, Word of Faith International Christian Center Scholarship
                   Active Member, Drew Hall Honors Society

Skills:            Public Speaking, Internet Savvy, Microsoft Office, Conflict Resolution

                   References Furnished Upon Request

				
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