Yekaterina Parshutina
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Location: New York City, NY, USA
School: Columbia University
Field of Study: Sustainable Development

Yekaterina Parshutina

Yekaterina Parshutina
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Columbia University, School of General Studies (New York, NY) Expected May 2021
B.S. in Sustainable Development.
Relevant coursework: US Water and Energy Policy, Principle of Economics, Earth Resources and sustainability, Management and Development of Water Systems, Earth and Environmental Science: The Climate.
GPA 3.32 | 2019-2020 New Student Scholarship

John Jay College of Criminal Justice (New York, NY) May 2018
GPA 3.65 | B.S. in Computer Science and Information Security and English; Dean’s List 2018.

Eurasian Humanitarian Institute (Astana, Kazakhstan)
B.S. in Law and Society May 2012

TRE-Group (New York, NY) 2015 – present
Client- facing meetings or over the phone to understand their IT issues and requirements. Select the most effective solutions for clients in their chaotic and challenging situations. Provide information on the company’s available services: types of servers, data centers, firewalls, cloud spaces, data protection, servers audit, and backup systems. Negotiate financial responsibilities with the clients.

V-Startup Agency (New York, NY) 2017-2019
Consultant for client accounts.
Provided insight to help with companies from central Asia and Eastern Europe and cross-cultural strategies. Worked on standardizing and strengthening business relationships with foreign partners. Demonstrated global awareness and cross-cultural strategies.

BI-Group Construction Company, (Astana, Kazakhstan) 2010-2012
General Assistant of the Legal Department
Prepared various legal documents and handled administrative affairs on multi-million-dollar deals. Writing and examining
business contract agreements. Composing protocols of disagreements in the preparation of contracts; Maintaining contracts and other legal documents database.

Regional Juvenile Court of Astana, (Astana, Kazakhstan) 2010- 2011
Provided administrative support for judges and assistants. Handled legal documents relating to international adoption.
Connected via Skype, email, and phone with prospective adopters, helped them understand the legal process and responsibilities. Assisted families during the trial period and helped to prepare adaption cases for the judge.

Leadership & Extracurricular Activities
Students Without Borders, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Vice-President 2018
Member of National Society of Leadership and Success 2018
Student Law Club, Eurasian Humanitarian Institute of Astana 2010-2011
Sexual Respect Ambassador at Columbia University 2019

Languages: Russian, English, Spanish (Intermediate level)

Disaster, Response, Training, Management, Hazard