Below is a program overview for the 2016 Arts Leadership Series I developed and implemented. The panel discussion and network series gave young and diverse professionals the knowledge, network, and skills to become leaders on arts nonprofit boards and committees. The Arts Leadership Series sold out in under 35 days and engaged more than 215 guests.
The 2013 + 2014 ArtsKC Annual Report below was the first organizational annual report since 2011. It highlights my effectiveness as a project manager and my ability to compile and present information in a succinct and understandable manner that also tells a compelling story.
The report below highlights my ability to evaluate, synthesize, and report program information. The report also highlights the results of the programs I managed or was involved with at the City of Phoenix, which included the Volunteer Assistance Program, Community Bin Program, Blight Busters Volunteer Program, Graffiti Free Phoenix: Wipe It Out!, and the direct outcomes of my work as an AmeriCorps VISTA member. The report was provided to the City of Phoenix City Council’s Neighborhoods, Planning and Development, Housing and Homeless Subcommittee regarding the Neighborhood Services Department’s volunteer efforts. I wrote the document on behalf of Chris Hallett, Neighborhood Services Director, during my appointment as an AmeriCorps VISTA member.
The action report below highlights my writing ability and result of my work at People to People International to mobilize international members toward a common goal.
The reflective essay below served as the capstone to my Master of Public Administration degree. The essay provides insight into my background and guiding principles as a public administrator as well as displays my critical-thinking and writing skills.