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									                                             Rachel Hatlen
South 228-2                                                    Home Address:
Pacific Lutheran University                                    19442 NE 203 PL
Tacoma, WA 98447                                               Woodinville, WA 98077
hatlenra@plu.edu                                               (206) 954-3737


OBJECTIVE
Seeking a career utilizing knowledge, skills, and experience in accounting, finance, economics,
leadership and organization. Experience includes participating in year end inventory and preparation
and analysis of financial statements at Theo Chocolate, analyzing internal software projects to
determine appropriateness of capitalization and reconciliation of fixed asset accounts at Russell
Investments; and leading a number of groups during course work at PLU, including marketing
research on Ford Motor Company and an analysis of a case on Human Resource practices at Harley-
Davidson.

EDUCATION
     Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA                                      2005-Present
       Major: Business, concentration in Accounting and Finance
       Minor: Economics

         GPA:                    3.92
         GPA in Major:           3.94
         CPA Eligible:           May 2009
         Dean’s List all five   semesters.

     Woodinville High School, Woodinville, WA                                       2003-2005
       GPA:          3.92
       Graduated in the top ten percent of class


WORK EXPERIENCE
   Finance and Accounting Intern—Theo Chocolate                        June 2008-August 2008
      Participation in all aspects of year end physical inventory count and reconciliation
      Preparation and analysis of financial statements
      Initialize data and train store employees on Retail Management System
      Maintain report on stockholder holdings

    Corporate Finance Intern—Russell Investments                   June 2007-December 2007
      Prepare purchased assets to be capitalized
      Analyze internal software projects to determine capitalization
      Prepare monthly reconciliations (including Work In Progress and Fixed Assets)
      Take notes at project meetings
      Run various reports for testing, and copying and filing invoices.

     Receptionist—T.R. Sporar, CPA                                    February 2007-May 2007
                                                                     February 2008-April 2008
         Check all tax returns for errors
         Sort and file customers’ tax return copies
         Answer the phone, and schedule appointments.
RELEVANT COURSE WORK
   Freshman Year 2005-2006                      Sophomore Year 2006-2007
   Intro to Business                            Managerial Accounting
   Principles of Microeconomics                 International Macroeconomics
   Calculus II                                  Accounting Information Systems
   Introductory Statistics                      Human Dimensions of Effective Organizations
   Computerized Information Systems             Principles of Macroeconomics (Cascadia CC)
   Financial Accounting                         Finance for Managers
   Principles of Marketing                      Writing for Communication
                                                Creating Value in Goods and Services

   Junior Year 2007-2008                        Senior Year 2008-2009 (Fall)
   Intermediate Accounting I & II               Auditing
   Intermediate Macroeconomics                  Tax Accounting
   Business Ethics                              Econometrics
   Public Speaking                              Business Law and Ethics
   Environmental & Economic Change in Italy     Financial Investments


AWARDS & ACTIVITIES
   Clubs and Memberships
         Beta Alpha Psi                                                       Inducted 2007
                   Treasurer                                                      2008-2009
         University Congregation Council Member                                  2007-2008
                   President                                                      2008-2009
         Student Alumni Association                                                    2008
         Beta Gamma Sigma (Business Honor Society)                            Inducted 2007
                   President                                                       2007-2009
         Academic Assistance Tutor                                               2007-2009
         Woodinville HS (WHS) Honor Society Member                               2003-2005
         WHS Give 100 Member (Volunteer organization)                            2004-2005
         WHS Future Business Leaders of America                                  2003-2005
                 2005 Chapter Treasurer
                 2005 1 st Place Desktop Publishing Washington State —competed at nationals
   Certifications and Awar/ds
        Received PLU President’s Scholarship (four year, fifty-percent tuition)
        Received Ankrim-Miller Economics Scholarship for potential economics majors
        2006 Academic All-American Athlete
        2005 WHS Outstanding Business Student of the Year
        2004 Microsoft Office Users Specialist (Core competency in Word and Excel)
   Athletics
        PLU Fastpitch 2006 (NCAA Div. 3)
        PLU Fastpitch Summer Camp Coach 2004, 2005
        WHS Softball 2003-2005, 4A State Champions 2005
        NYSA Soccer Player 1993-2005, Assistant Coach 2004-2005

								
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