cataloguing accomplishments

a living laundry list of work accomplishments for resume iterations, linkedin and so on. 

Corporate English Instructor
Seoul, Republic of Korea
November 2011–present

LG Electronics
Business English Instructor
Suwon City
5/2012-6/2012

  • Meetings—created material for leading English meetings. Drew on corporate work experience to teach students expressions, grammar and meetings practices.
  • Business Writing—assessed students’ business writing needs and focused on teaching email writing, making complaints, requests and scheduling meetings. Taught expressions and difference between American and British English.
  • Presentations—taught students how to deliver effective presentations in English, including creating interesting openings, organized content and effective closings
  • Case Studies/Debate—guided students through controversial conversation topics
  • Public Speaking—taught how to create impromptu and prepared speeches
  • Overall, taught basic, intermediate and upper-intermediate level students; created conversation activities, grammar lessons and games related to learning objectives to keep students engaged for 70- to 90-minute sessions

Toyota
Business English Tutor
Seoul City
12/2011-05/2012

  • 1:1 Business English tutor for employees within Toyota
  • Created and taught weekly lessons for students based on their English and business needs

Dong Suh Shik Poom
Seoul City
03/2012-05/2012
Substitute English Instructor

  • Assumed responsibility for group business English class, after English instructor departed
  • Created three lesson plans weekly for 6-8 company executives
  • Focused on conversation activities, while integrating listening and reading comprehension

Language Clinic
Seoul City
03/2012-06/2012
Created and taught multiple English grammar, writing, and conversation lessons to 5th grader


Executive Director
Futures for Kids (F4K), Raleigh, North Carolina
APR 2003–NOV 2011

F4K is a state-wide nonprofit that links students’ career goals with communities’ workforce development needs    

  • Shepherded successful ED search and transition process, articulating job description and expectations, setting and meeting deadlines, and engaging board members over a 5-month period
  • Reached 125,000 students statewide by raising $1.3M in funding ($500K corporate + $800K legislative) for program
  • Raised $500K+ in corporate funding by cultivating relationships with business leaders state-wide
  • Assumed leadership of start-up organization, negotiating down $700,000 in debt and securing $500,000+ in corporate funding to sustain the program in its first year
  • Scaled program nationally by forging strategic relationship with industry-leading software vendor
  • Legitimized program for stakeholders by securing funding and endorsements from state agencies and the General Assembly
  • Engaged stakeholders by meeting quarterly with business and education advisory groups
  • Forged partnerships with chambers of commerce, county governments and civic organizations
  • Acquired endorsements from statewide business and education organizations
  • Drafted talking points and letters of support for government officials and business leaders
  • Improved program by conducting usability sessions with users, writing usability reports and prioritizing improvements with development team
  • Supervised seamless executive transition over 6-month period
  • NC State Board of Education endorsed in 2003*
  • NC Chamber of Commerce endorsed in 2004*
  • NC Technology Association names F4K its Technology Nonprofit Company of the Year in 2005*
  • Duke University Child & Family Policy Institute completes favorable study in 2006* 


Marketing & Communications Consultant
Family Health International, Durham, North Carolina
NOV 2002–MAR2003
FHI is a global nonprofit working to prevent HIV/AIDS and expand access to health services

  • Strengthened corporate brand with 70+ international field offices by developing internal newsletter
  • Produced FHI conference booth to be used at 20 annual international conferences
  • Initiated internal events, including a staff photo competition, to boost employee morale
  • Developed internal newsletter to foster communication between 70+ international field offices

 

Marketing Communications Strategist / Event Planner
IBM, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
APR 1999–JUN 2002

  • Acquired internal support and awareness from senior level executives by documenting client successes through 50 case studies, 100 client profiles and electronic newsletter
  • Supervised $300,000 marketing materials budget with communications agency
  • Increased traffic by 100% to IBM.com site by writing customized content
  • Fostered collaboration between 8 software product groups (through conference calls and web content), which led to comprehensive trade show strategy and new business opportunities
  • Generated new business leads in key markets by managing $300,000 marketing materials budget and planning software receptions in multiple cities includingNew YorkandSan Francisco
  • Negotiated contracts with multiple vendors to secure best price and quality for goods
  • Acted as company representative showcasing IBM products at industry events
  • Conducted post-event analysis to determine content value and overall event success


On-Air Radio Host / News & Public Affairs Director
WTRG Oldies 100.7 FM, WRSN Sunny 93.9 FM, Raleigh, North Carolina
JAN 1998–APR 1999

  • Reached 1,000,000+ listeners daily by hosting radio broadcast and developing on-air content
  • Wrote and delivered hourly news reports under deadline
  • Co-hosted daily program and interacted with listeners from 6-county audience
  • Conceived of new talk show features that boosted market share by 25%
  • Strengthened product awareness through public speaking engagements
  • Increased market share by 25% by hosting live monthly promotional events with 200+ clients

Volunteer, Marketing / Communications + Volunteer Coordination
DOUGHMAN, Durham, North Carolina
2010–2011

Volunteer Teacher, ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages)
Durham Literacy Center, Durham, North Carolina
March 2010–December 2010
Durham Literacy Center is a community organization that empowers Durham residents who want to enrich their lives by improving their literacy skills.

  • Created weekly lesson plans for adult English language learners
  • Incorporated lessons, activities and games for adult students with different learning styles and at different English proficiency levels
  • Collaborated with co-teacher and Curriculum Director to gauge effectiveness of lessons

EDUCATION
Sogang University
Seoul, Republic of Korea
Korean language, levels 1-2

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Basics of Economic Development, continuing education, August 2012
Technology and Communication graduate certificate, December 2011. Courses: Writing for Digital Media, Web site usability, Web and database research

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A. Broadcast Journalism, 1996

* recognitions

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