Jessica Ngo-Ly Resume
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Location: Tacoma, WA, USA
School: Western Washington University
Major: Environmental Policy

Jessica Ngo-Ly Resume

JESSICA NGO-LY ------------
Environmental Policy Student ------------
Bellingham, WA – Tacoma, WA ------------/jessicango-ly

EDUCATION
Western Washington University
Environmental Policy Major, 3.50 GPA Expected Graduation: June 2021
Chemistry Minor. Chinese Student Association.

RELEVENT WORK EXPERIENCE
Solve Climate by 2030/Bard College (Remote)
Social Media for Climate Action Intern February 2020 – April 2020
- Remotely collaborated with 50+ interns nationwide within a specialized group to develop, execute, and assess a social media campaign in support of a national climate education program, Solve Climate by 2030.
Western Washington University
Residential Office Assistant February 2020 – April 2020
- Performed administrative tasks including tracking residential events, managing budgets and mail, and purchasing items. Coordinated work with supervisor and resident advisors.
Washington State Opportunity Scholarship
Scholar Lead August 2019 – PRESENT
- Support 18 STEM underclassmen at Western Washington University through providing mentoring, WSOS scholarship information, facilitating workshops, and informing them of campus events.
Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department
Summer Intern, Communicable Disease Control Division July 2017 – August 2017
- Worked on projects such as: updating the Medical Reserve Corp volunteer handbook, organizing emergency plan action sheets, and writing annual social media work plan for the department.
- Received pin for excellence in work

HONORS/LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
Western Washington University Chinese Student Association
Secretary (Former: Freshman Intern) September 2018 – PRESENT
- Planned meetings, events, and fundraisers. Took meeting notes, organized club documents, and performed administrative work in event planning.
Make the Dash Count Foundation
Youth Philanthropy Board Member September 2016 – June 2018
- Interviewed nonprofit organizations through granting process, involved in obtaining annual $5,000 grant, conducted onsite visits to possible grant recipient candidates and researched local nonprofits in the south sound area that fit that year’s specific area of focus.


SKILLS

- Bilingual in Vietnamese and English
- Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Suite.
- Social media advocacy/campaign work
- Intermediate proficiency in Adobe Lightroom and Affinity Photo
- Experience in making graphics (banners/flyers/newsletters)

policy, media, research, leadership, administrative, nonprofit