Lillian Faith Baptist
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Location: Medford, MA, USA
School: Simmons University
Field of Study: Political Science

Lillian Faith Baptist

Lillian
Baptist

E D U C A T I O N
P O L I T I CA L S CI E NCE M AJ O R ,
HI S T O R Y M I NO R
Bachelor of Arts
Simmons University , Boston , MA
201 6 – 2020



C O R E S K I L L S
• Organization & Prioritization
• Ability to Self -Direct & Collaborate
• Problem Solving
• Mission Driven
• High Level of Personal Responsibility
• Attention to Detail
• Writing & Editing
• Emotional Intelligence
• Research Skills et



OF F I C E M A N AG E R
Christ Church Episcopal / Waltham, MA / September 2020 – Present
Office Manager responsible for working with the Rector and congregation on all needed aspects of
church and administrative functions.
• Respond as first point of contact for the church office through email, phone, and in -
person communication;
• Prepare weekly newsletter, weekly service bulletins, and all other emails /postings using
MailChimp, Google Drive, Canva, and Microsoft;
• Work in conjunction with appointed Treasurer on bookkeeping duties, including
preparing rental statements, keeping up to date files, and using both Quickbooks and
Church Windows software;
• Serve the church and its congregation on large variety of tasks as needed, including
assisting in ordering, volunteer coordination, and fundraising efforts;
A F T E R S C H OOL PROG RA M T E A C H E R/ CA M P C OU N SE LOR / N A NN Y
• Cornell Adult University Youth Program / Ithaca, NY / Summer 2019
• Cambridge YMCA / Cambridge, MA / February 2019 – June 2019
• Northeast Kids Count / Ithaca, NY / September 2018 – January 2019
• Camp SPCA / Ithaca, NY / Summer 2016, 2017, 2018
• Nanny / Reading, MA / September 2020 - Present
Childcare and teaching for after school programs and summer camps. Work particularly with
elementary and middle school -age children. Experience as a part -time nanny.
• Planning and supervision of activities and field trips for children;
• Daily care of children, especially homework support and conflict resolution;
• Consistent communication with staff, parents, and children;
• Leadership and direction of new and/or younger staff;
• Teamwork and coordination with staffs ranging from 3 -25 members.

M A S S A C HU S E T T S S TA T E H OU SE I NT E RN
Barbara Lee Family Foundation / Boston , MA / January 2020 – May 2020
Fellowship through the Barbara Lee Family Foundation and Simmons University, placed in the office
of State Representative Maria Robinson of Framingham, MA. Supervised by Rep. Robinson’s
legislative aide.
• Support ed office communication with constituents thr ough emails and newsletter
writing , designed social media posts and flyers;
• Attend ed State House briefings, hearings, and advocacy meetings and reported content
back to office ;
• Policy r esearch and assessment of bills related to Rep. Robinson’s policy inter ests ,
particularly “revenge porn” .

E M E RGE M A S S A CH U SE T T S FE LLOW
Emerge Massachusetts / Boston, MA / January 2018 – June 2018
Fellowship program through Emerge Massachusetts and Simmons University. Supported the staff
at the Massachusetts chapter of the nationwide non -profit, which trains, organizes, and supports
women to run for office.
• Plann ed and coordinat ed organization events for primary six -month training program ,
found cost -effective options for components ;
• Assisted to execute program training weekends and fundraising events;
• Aided the Executive Director in completing large variety of administrative, fundraising,
and communications tasks ;
• Streamlined office processes, space, and documents.
RE S I D EN T A D VI S OR
Simmons University / Boston, MA / May 2017 – May 2018
Facilitate community building, safety of residents, and campus policy.
• Helped foster sense of campus community through multiple programs per semester, and
regularly leading floor, building, and staff me etings;
• On -duty/on -call hours multiple nights per week, rounds of buildings and response to
resident calls;
• Problem solving, conflict resolution, and teamwork with small and campus -wide staff, 25
residents, and campus officials;
• Designed variety of promoti onal materials to reach residents.




(607) 379 -9410
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Boston, MA

W O R K E X P E R I E N C E

A C H I E V E M E N T S
R E S E A R C H P O S I T I O N / A W A R D
Summer Undergraduate Research
Program at Simmons (SURPASs)
2019 – Simmons University
D E A N ’ S LI S T
Simmons University
All Semesters

P H I T H E T A A LP H A M E M B E R
National Honor Society for History
Inducted 2020 – Simmons University

R A R O O K I E O F T H E Y E A R
Simmons University Office of Residence
Life Recognition Ceremony
May 2018