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Bonita Springs, FL 34135 Home 239/949-0103; Cell 301/910-5502 LINDA S. GIBSON Fax 239/992-3448 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org CAREER SUMMARY Successful management experience with increasing responsibilities in operations and general management. Strengths include program development, implementation and analysis, financial management; meeting planning; and computer programming and application development. Able to work effectively with people at all organizational levels. CORE QUALIFICATIONS Financial Management Human Resources Administration o A/R, A/P, Payroll, G/L, Financial Statement o Hire, Train, Motivate, Supervise QuickBooks Pro Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint Implementation and Analysis Operations and General Management Program Development Event Planning, Management and Promotion Budget Development, Forecasts, Analysis Negotiation Tactics Interpersonal Skills Fundraiser Vendor Relations Organizational Skills EXPERIENCE AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS Forest Resources Association Inc., Rockville, MD 1994 - 2012 Responsible for all aspects of the administration and financial management of a national forest industry trade association. Partner with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and FRA’s national sponsorship of Log A Load For Kids® Program. Director, Finance & Administration National Log A Load For Kids® Foundation Coordinator Served as the director and assistant treasurer of the associatiConferred and coordinated work with the President; represented the association and acted on policies established or approved by the Board of Directors. Recruited, hired, trained, motivated and reviewed performance of association staff. Supervised, managed and delegated assignments and responsibilities. Responsible for $2 million budget including all aspects of financial management for national headquarters and three regional offices. Researched and recommended organization’s investments to optimize interest income. Directed filing of all IRS tax returns quarterly & annually; National and state tax returns; pension and 401(k) plans. Staff liaison for National FRA Administration and Compensation Committee and National FRA Meetings Committee. Site inspected, negotiated contracts, produced brochures and oversaw strategy, meeting planning, meeting promotion and marketing, operations, and on-site logistical arrangements for Annual Meeting for up to 600 attendees; Log A Load For Kids Foundation Conference, Fall Leadership Conference and Board Meeting as well as Regional Technical Division meetings. Partnered with fund raising and administered the Log A Load For Kids program. Raised nationally over $2.8 million annually for Log A Load For Kids Program. Analyzed, recommended and implemented a Citrix Metaframe Local Area Network integrating desktop publishing, email, fax, membership and meeting management software, accounting, remote access by three Regional offices. Implemented and coordinated a new copier/printer into FRA’s computer network system. Career Accomplishments: Transitioned the printing of FRA’s newsletter to a tri-annual magazine and membership directory that is produced, printed and mailed by publisher with no cost to FRA. Negotiated 10% revenue yearly from all repeat advertisements in the magazine and directory. Developed annual meeting sponsorship solicitation resulting in over $60,000 yearly sponsorships. Conducted 2.5 day continuing education training workshop on “Improving Our Association Management Skills” for association executives. Negotiated contracts for a Hunt Club Liability Insurance Program, Health Care Insurance Program resulting in royalties of over $50,000/year. Developed in-house system for e-mailing, faxing and mailing monthly newsletter saving over $3,000/month. Worked with program volunteers throughout the United States, implemented Log A Load For Kids Ford Expedition Drawing to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network hospitals. Over $100,000 raised. Developed a cost analysis of in-house print shop vs. outsourcing and provided organization with a solution and savings of $100,000 per year. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD 1994- 1993 Conservation, Development and Wise Utilization of the Fisheries Manager, Subunit Services and Computer Administrator Administered the professional certification program and coordinated continuing education courses. American Forest Council, Washington, DC 1992-1978 National communication and education branch for the forest industry. Manager, Tree Farm and Information Services Developed, implemented and administered operational and special project aspects of a national education, information and certification program encouraging conservation and management of private forest lands. Established, managed, evaluated and revised procedures for certification and recertification of members on a five-year cycle. TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook); Exchange Server; iMis Database; QuickBooks Pro, Word Perfect; Paychex, High Impact Email; Adobe Professional, Adobe PageMaker, Paychex PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING Montgomery College, Rockville, MD; Business Management Administration ASAE Management & Technology, Finance & Administration; Meeting Planning; Washington, DC ASAE Springtime in the Park Educational Seminars, Washington, DC Association Human Resource Management, Alexandria, VA,
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