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Gregory V. Lewis (860)918-2934 email@example.com EMPLOYMENT Not for Profit Advisor, December 2012 - Present; Offer strategic advice on funding not for profits and growing their organizations. Research and write grant proposals for corporate and federal government granting authorities. Director, Small Business Training Institute, October 2011 – July 2012; Community Economic Development Fund (CEDF), 965 East Main Street, Meriden, CT. Managed all aspects of Connecticut statewide training program for small business owners. Supervised new course development, “Cash Management Workshop,” plan to revise existing curriculum, and development of new marketing strategy. Assistant Vice President, Community Development Manager, 2008 – July 2012; CEDF. Primarily worked with citizens groups throughout Connecticut seeking to improve the economic climate in their communities. Coordinated with local government officials to implement projects conceived and initiated locally. Additionally, coordinated public relations efforts for all new CEDF borrowers. Researched relevant issues related to state and federal business legislation as needed. Business Development Advisor, 2003 – 2008; CEDF. Provided business consulting for CEDF borrowers in locations throughout Connecticut. The types of businesses for which consulting was provided included hi tech, manufacturing, retail, and other microenterprises. Also researched and disseminated data regarding Connecticut small business that demonstrated the importance of these entities to Connecticut’s economy. Finance/Property Manager, 2001 – 2002; Tyler E. Lyman, Inc., Lebanon, CT. Managed multi-entity finances (bookkeeping, budget analysis, etc.) for commercial real estate brokerage and development companies. Program Specialist, 2000 – 2001; Brazos Valley Council of Governments, Bryan, TX. Staff member of the Brazos Valley Workforce Development Board, responsible for researching and reporting on technical issues as well as monitoring federal/state program contracts for Welfare to work, Food Stamps Employment and Training, and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)/Choices. Also, monitored regional education and training contracts serving rural populations. Wrote grant proposals seeking federal and state funding, including successful rural development grant for Grimes County. Marketing Director, 1998 – 2000, Project Coordinator, 1997 – 2000; Texas A&M University System, Texas Engineering Extension Service, Public Sector Training Division, College Station, TX. Organized and managed multi-level training program for all of the 5,600 on-site sewage facility installers and inspectors throughout the state of Texas. Regularly interacted with Department Head and Program Managers at the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission to ensure that program met legislative mandates. Assumed additional responsibilities as Division Marketing Director after seven months with agency. Associate Director, 1992 – 1996, Assistant Director, 1990 – 1992; Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. Established design for Master of Science degree program in Computer Science and Computer Information Systems for university's proposed Continuing Education Program. Devised plan for Corporate Continuing Education Training Center. Managed university's Summer Odyssey program for academically-talented high school students, including supervising 14 Resident Advisors, evaluating 20 instructors, and developing a database management system. Wrote successful grant proposals securing funding from the National Science Foundation, and the National Institutes of Health, as well as private foundations and corporations totaling approximately $400,000. Self Employment, 1985 – 1990, Stow, MA. Co-owner of retail microcomputer systems re-seller, licensed health and life agent. Created database management systems, budgeting spreadsheets, and other micro-computer applications for academic institutions. Proficient in Microsoft Access, dBase, 4D, FoxPro, Lotus 123, Microsoft Excel, PageMaker, and a variety of presentation, scheduling, and word processing software. District Training/Fiscal Officer, 1979 – 1984; Internal Revenue Service, Honolulu, HI. Managed all aspects of training for 240 clerical, technical, and executive employees during four years as District Training and Fiscal Officer. Taught Instructor Training in Regional Training Centers and also coached on-the-job training and self-instruction courses in District Learning Center. Managed $2 million District budget adhering to all federal and agency-specific requirements. BOARDS and ELECTED OFFICE Board Member, Northeast Connecticut Economic Alliance, the Northeast Alliance encompasses 21 towns in Eastern Connecticut, member since December 2012. Commissioner, Planning and Zoning Commission and Inland Wetlands Agency, 2007 - present, Town of Mansfield, CT. OTHER Varsity Tennis Coach, March 2013 - Present; E.O. Smith High School, Mansfield, CT; Girls’ tennis coach responsible for competitive skills development for 23-person team within the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference. EDUCATION B.A., Harvard University, 1978. Concentration in Psychology and Social Relations.
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