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firstname.lastname@example.org_______ Susyn Almond __________(650) 279-5956 linkedin.com/susynalmond7/ OBJECTIVE: A Training Communications Organizational Manager. QUALIFICATIONS Over ten years of increasing responsibility in all phases of instructional design, training and program management of corporate, university, and community services. Proven ability to develop, manage, and implement training, events, conferences, workshops. Successful strategic planning and organizational development and internal and external communications for organizations. Founder | Training Communications Organizational Manager Leaders in Organizational Training & Communications Management in the San Francisco Bay Area 2012 – Present Attending networking events Researching Industry Leaders Tracking Industry Trends Participating in Industry Discussions Media Relations/Communications Democratic Volunteer Center May 2004 – Present (8 years 9 months)Menlo Park, CA Created internal and external communications. Initiated successful media campaign with online and print outlets. Provided community outreach and service to first time visitors Organized multiple fundraising and outreach events for multiple campaigns. Collaborated on and developed effective strategies for campaign success. Board Member, IABC,VP of Community May 2011 – August 2012 (1 year 4 months) Organized events linking IABC with community, including 2nd Harvest volunteer event, Gifts Community, Student Mentoring and communication assistance to at least one non-profit organization. Stanford University Training Project Manager 2007 – 2010 Created internal marketing campaigns to promote the significance and value of training. Collaborated with trainers to solicit ideas, identified focus, and drafted various public relations pieces to promote training venues throughout the various university departments.Achieved record audiences and successful met all established training goals and compliance requirements. Pioneered, created, and organized regional conferences for family planning executives at The Center for Health Training (TCHT). Pitched idea to management and federal staff, researched needs/topic areas, hired speakers, troubleshot and coordinated events; and conducted training sessions. Coordinated 20 workshops/conferences annually. Administered annual Planned Parenthood clinicians’ conference, assessed needs, determined trends and topics. Provided current information, excellent networking opportunities and cross-regional communication. Managed all aspects of university-wide training on an on-going basis. Conducted needs assessments with trainers and staff, customized training content to reflect findings. Collaborated with legal department to insure full compliance with legislative mandates. Presented training to over 6000 employees on an annual basis. Developed course for new hires to assure every employee was aware of university policies. Reviewed training syllabus, identified areas for employees’ orientation and synthesized information to represent the university’s policy overview. Provided training for over 600 new hires annually and significantly mitigated potential litigation. Created on-line training to accommodate employees with diverse and difficult schedules. Customized story lines to deal, and directed vendors to develop ancillary materials to promote training. Provided training to all new staff, reduced liability to comply with state and federal guidelines. Almond Consulting Principal 1997 – 2007 Administered and supervised Organizational Development Program for State of California Department of Family Planning for 4 years. Assessed each community agency’s needs, sought out appropriate resources, hired consultants, drafted evaluation reports and worked as liaison between state representative, contractors and community agencies. Provided agencies with tools to resolve pressing needs in a timely manner. Initiated The Center for Health Training’s first staff communication tool for 3 regional offices and produced TCHT monthly newsletters for more than two years. Wrote and edited newsletters for Nixon School, Cross Cultural Child Care Center, and Richmond Community Center. Significantly increased information and awareness of organizations’ recipients. Developed training for health providers in dealing with people with the HIV virus. Researched numerous programs providing services to people with AIDS or comparable disabilities, interviewed staff at various organizations to gather their input, and created a training program to address needs of medical personnel. Enhanced the communication and raised the consciousness of health care providers to ensure non-discriminatory service and better care. Facilitated regional community clinic coalitions, developing relationships with clinicians and administrators. Developed women’s AIDS network from its inception through non-profit status. Enhanced cooperation and benefits to agencies and women with HIV/AIDS. EDUCATION AFILIATIONS MBA, Golden Gate University Founder & Board President BA, University of the Pacific Women’s AIDS Network, 8 years Condo Board President, 6 years Committee Member, Stanford Conference for Supervisors Sexual Violence Committee, 3 years
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