Undergrad Interested in Media Industry
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Location: Atlanta, GA, USA
University: Emory University
Major: English and Psychology

Undergrad Interested in Media Industry

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Permanent: 6 Bullard Cir., Rockville, MD 20850 ● School: 810 Whatcoat St., #5657, Oxford, GA 30054

EDUCATION & HONORS

Emory University, GA Expected Graduation: May 2021
Oxford College of Emory University, Oxford, GA
Bachelor of Arts in English, (Concentration: Marginalized Voices, Double Major: Psychology)
Alpha Epsilon Upsilon (Academic Honor Society), Honors List

WORK EXPERIENCE

Johns Hopkins Center For Talented Youth, Los Angeles, CA; Lancaster, PA Jun - Aug 2019
Teaching Assistant for Persuasion and Propaganda
Promote CTY’s mission as a world leader in gifted education by assisting an instructor in developing interactive activities for gifted middle and high school students to sharpen their use of rhetoric, writing, and analysis across varying forms of media.
Create lessons on forms of connecting propaganda to socio-political issues, government conspiracies, social media, and film.

Oxford College Writing Center, Oxford, GA Jan 2018 - May 2019
Writing Consultant
Employed an individualized style of guidance to troubleshoot students’ challenges at all stages of the essay composing process.
Emphasized a collaborative approach to teaching by coaching rather than editing student work to refine their transferable skills.
Revitalized resumes, CVs, and cover letters based on the Career Center’s professional communication training and resources.
Managed Writing Center social media accounts by composing weekly posts to publicize workshops and services to students.
Writing Fellow Sep - Dec 2018
Assisted English professor in grading traditional, digital, and multi-modal work of ESL students in Critical Reading/Writing course.
Acted as a mediator between professor and students to facilitate transparency in assignment intentions and student reception.

Oxford College Independent Research, Oxford, GA; Havana, Cuba Jan - May 2018 Independent Researcher; The Natural Contradiction Between Race and Nationality (trans.)
Investigated different attitudes toward race and nationality in Cuba and the U.S. through literary, artistic, and experiential analysis of the evolution of the Cuban Revolution in Spanish poster and presentation at class research symposium.

LEADERSHIP & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Activism, Oxford Campus Liaison Spring 2019 - Present
Develop, organize, and execute campus events, discussions, and fundraisers to spread awareness of the Pan-Asian identity
and culture to the student body, especially that of underrepresented Asian minorities and intersectional Asian individuals.
Establish new branch at Oxford College to increase student and community activism between Emory campuses, collaborate with other identity and/or cultural clubs to promote intersectionality, and hold AAPI professionals’ speaker panels.

Bystander Empowerment, Peer Educator Fall 2018 - Spring 2019
Facilitate discussion with student organizations regarding the nuances of consent, the university assault policy, the dismantling of rape culture, and the empowerment of bystanders to intervene in a varying circumstances in the community.
Administer the development of the curriculum as a larger presence on campus through interactive presentations.

Peer Assistant Leader Spring 2018 - Spring 2019
One of thirty selected students to guide a group of eighteen first-year college students through a week of Orientation activities and discussions based around the college transition, course scheduling, involvement, mental health, consensual sex, etc.
Co-facilitated a one-credit discussion-based course on leadership theory, individualized leadership styles, and civil discourse.
Serve as a resource on campus for students experiencing academic, social, or emotional stress in their transition.
Continue serving first year students in their transition as an Orientation Leader at Emory College in the Fall 2019 semester.

Washington Street Community Center, Tutor Fall 2018
Mentor underprivileged elementary school students in Newton County by tutoring reading comprehension, writing, and math.
Engage in Theory Practice / Service Learning by directly applying and relating theories learned in cognitive, developmental, and social psychology courses to empathize with, build relationships with, and empower the children in their education.

SKILLS & INTERESTS

Additional activities: Her Campus Oxford College Chapter Editor, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research Intern, Army Educational Outreach Program Student Virtual Judge, Merryvale Assisted Living Student Volunteer, Freelance SAT Tutor in Newton County
Skills: Mandarin (intermediate), Spanish (intermediate); Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint; Adobe Photoshop, InDesign; R; iMovie
Interests: Radio and broadcast journalism, social activism, media studies, interdisciplinary studies, photography, poetry

media, journalism, film, entertainment, writing, editorial