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1 Denver Law Resume Book The University of Denver Sturm College of Law ss Career Development & Opportunities (CDO) is proud to announce the release of their new Resume Book. This resource contains resumes from recent Denver Law graduates which are key word searchable so you can quickly identify graduates to fit your needs. Please consider hiring a Denver Law graduate for any permanentt or temporary openings that arise and feel free to contact candidates directly. Also, if you know of an opportunity that may be a good fitt for a new graduate, please contact us at or careerdeve Plus, the CDO can help search for a specific Denver Law graduate to meet your hiring needs through our new Job Matchingg program.

2 Sydney Elizabeth Beal 1758 S. Lincoln Street, Denver, CO EDUCATION University of Denver, Denver, Colorado Master of Laws, Graduate Tax Program, December 2008 Juris Doctor, Sturm College of Law, May 2008 Legal Intern, Paul Gordon Esq., LLC, June - July 2006 Executive Board Member, Moot Court Board Research Assistant, Professor Wendy Duong, June - August 2007 Arvada West Mock Trial Team Coach, 2007 and 2008 University of California at Davis, Davis, California Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, May 1989 Dean s List English and ESL Writing Tutor Intern Admitted to the Colorado Bar 2009 Primary Interests: Real Estate, Taxation and teaching LEGAL EXPERIENCE Sydney E. Beal, Attorney at Law, Denver, Colorado October 2010 present Attorney Negotiated settlement with homeowners insurance company of two complex insurance claims Researched and counseled homeowner regarding easement issue involving a shared driveway Negotiated successful tax issue involving the liquidation of an individual retirement account Kaplan, Denver, Colorado August 1999 present LSAT and TOEFL Instructor Engage up to thirty students in classroom presentation due to passion for the law and teaching Assisted tutoring student in obtaining a score of 163 on the LSAT by assessing his areas of opportunity and explaining effective strategies for mastering sections of the LSAT Developed method of evaluating student readiness by testing knowledge of question types Designed lessons, including lessons on formal logic and legal writing Stimulate students to a higher level of performance by encouraging their career interests Larry A. Henning, Esq., Denver, Colorado June 2007 October 2010 Law Clerk Co-authored appellate brief successful in awarding client augmented estate; wrote portions of the trial brief and correspondence negotiating the amount the surviving spouse would receive Drafted successful opposition to motion for summary judgment in lender liability case Summarized depositions and prepared questions for direct and cross examination Extensive legal and factual research, legal writing and editing, motion drafting and correspondence on issues ranging from the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act to estate administration Discovery, document review, exhibit preparation Omni Financial, Broomfield, Colorado July 2009 November 2009 Associate Attorney Resolved tax liability of over $1,000,000 for individual with sole proprietorship by compiling financial statements and persuading Internal Revenue Service Agent to accept offer Researched state forgiveness allowances for sales tax liability and authored memoranda

3 Sydney Elizabeth Beal Page 2 of 2 OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Thirteen years of sales experience, both business to business and to consumers, educating customers regarding products, building long term relationships that resulted in increased sales and repeat business, mentoring and training junior sales staff; two years of customer service experience. Dealix Corporation, Redwood City, California February 2004 July 2005 Regional Sales Manager Awarded President s Award as part of top 3% of sales staff during first year of employment Increased profits and sales growth for the seventh largest automotive dealer group by consulting on marketing strategies and management of internal internet sales departments Trained and mentored junior sales staff San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, California October 2002 February 2004 Digital Sales/Total Auto Book Coordinator Consultative outside sales that guided dealerships to new online advertising or print ads customized to meet business needs Starbucks Coffee, Pacifica, California April 2001 October 2002 Assistant Manager Earned two promotions in less than a year by increasing productivity and sales Trained new hires on products and company procedures Synergy Personnel, San Mateo, California December 2000 July 2001 Recruiter Counseled and placed technical writers in compatible software industry positions John Elway Ford, Denver, Colorado September 1999 February 2000 Finance Sales Assistant Reduced error rate in loan packets through superior quality control skills John Elway Toyota, Englewood, Colorado March 1998 August 1999 Internet Sales Consultant Volunteered to develop and grow innovative internet sales department Generated 25% of the dealership s monthly sales Consistently performed in the top 10% of sales force PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS / COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Member, Colorado Bar Association, Denver Bar Association and American Bar Association Member, Minoru Yasui Inn of Court, 2009 and 2010 Mount Saint Vincent Home On Call, April 2009 February 2010 INTERESTS Enjoy cooking, hiking, dog grooming, playing trivia and reading American history

4 Nicole Marie Black 6300 E. Hampden Ave, APT #3330 Denver, Colorado ~ ~ PRIMARY INTERESTS & SKILLS I am primarily interested in practicing corporate litigation, particularly securities and antitrust law. I am fluent in Spanish and French, and my extracurricular interests include distance running, skiing, fly fishing, traveling, teaching, and black & white photography. EDUCATION & ACADEMIC DISTINCTION Juris Doctor (J.D.) GPA: 3.46 (Top 19%, 44/228) May 2011 University of Denver, Sturm College of Law ~ Denver, CO Honors: Denver University Law Review, Board Member & Symposium Editor (Volume 88); Staff Editor (Volume 87) ABA National Appellate Advocacy (NAAC) Team, Writing & Oralist Member (St. Louis Regional, ) Vis International Commercial Arbitration Team, Writing Member ( Honorable Mention Hong Kong, 2010) Academic Achievement Program Leader, Taught 35 first-year recitation sessions each semester ( ) Teaching Assistant, Property Law, Professor Phoenix Cai (Spring 2011) Scholastic Excellence Award for highest grade in Property Law (2009) Publication: Comment, United States v. Nacchio and the Implications of an Emerging Circuit Split: Practical and Policy Considerations of Amending Gain as a Measure of Culpability, 87 DENV. U. L. REV. 633 (2010) Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.); International Business Business GPA: 3.94 June 2007 Bachelor of Arts (B.A.); French (with distinction), Minor in Spanish Overall GPA: 3.92 June 2007 University of Denver ~ Denver, CO Honors: Beta Gamma Sigma highest honors in College of Business; magna cum laude (B.S.B.A) Phi Beta Kappa highest honors in Arts & Sciences; magna cum laude; Departmental Honors in French (B.A.) Dean s Note of Excellence, Daniels College of Business (2007) Arts & Humanities Dean s Graduation Prize for Academic and Creative Excellence (2007) Abroad: Completed university coursework in French and homestay in Avignon, France LEGAL EXPERIENCE General Counsel Intern, Qwest Corporation/CenturyLink, Inc. ~ Denver, CO January-May 2011 Selected as an Apprentice through the competitive Corporate Apprenticeship Program at the University of Denver Composed comparative report of retail and wholesale contract agreements in preparation for moving client between divisions Analyzed municipal franchise ordinances and agreements requiring consent to transfer in preparation for corporate merger Researched billing inquiry regarding joint powers agency relocation of telephone conduit for public improvement project Researched enforceability of class action waivers and auto-renewal provisions for complex transactions and litigation groups Legal Intern, Grimshaw & Harring, PC ~ Denver, CO January-April 2011 Drafted client memoranda on property zoning issues, including rezoning and potential violation of environmental laws Researched and drafted Motion for Supplemental Authorities in case on oral argument before Colorado Court of Appeals Legal Intern, United States Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) ~ Denver, CO August-December 2010 Researched material nondisclosure of poor performing securities for enforcement action against state-run pension funds Conducted investor interviews and drafted declarations as exhibits for successful temporary restraining order Compiled enforcement action data on failed banks in the Rocky Mountain region from various federal enforcement agencies Analyzed subpoenaed trading information in commercial mortgage-backed securities from eleven dealers for Q4, 2008 Legal Intern, Colorado Attorney General s Office -- Business & Licensing Section ~ Denver, CO May-July 2010 Represented Department of Revenue in revocation hearing of dealer/salesperson license under Student Practice Act Researched organic act interpretation issues for State Securities Commission and tax theories for the Department of Revenue Composed research memorandum on medical marijuana legislation for enforcement and litigation taskforce Research Assistant, Sturm College of Law, Professor Sheila Hyatt ~ Denver, CO May-October 2010 Updated Colorado Evidence Treatise and Colorado Handbook on Evidence (West s Practice Series) for 2010 case law Judicial Intern, Denver District Court, Honorable Judge R. Michael Mullins ~ Denver, CO January-April 2010 Drafted judicial opinions of cases on review from administrative agency hearings and supported family court case docket Legal Intern, M&M Bomchil Abogados -- Capital Markets & Corporate Finance ~ Buenos Aires, Argentina June-August 2009 Researched and drafted quarterly Restructuring Newsletter client-resource publication for the Financial Services Department Presented to Department on the global impact of advances in financial instruments and deregulation of U.S. securities market ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Administrative Assistant, Quality Environmental Services & Technologies, Inc. ~ Denver, CO, July 2007-July 2008 Seventh Grade French Teacher, Notre Dame Catholic School ~ Denver, CO, August 2006-May 2007

5 Education- NATALIE D. BOGUCKI West 60 th Avenue, Golden, Colorado Tel: (303) University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, CO Juris Doctorate, GPA: 3.09 Bar Exam taken July 2011, results expected October 2011 University of Colorado at Denver-School of Business, Denver, CO Bachelor of Science, Major: Business/Finance Legal Experience- University of Denver Sturm College of Law Wills Lab Student Attorney responsible for interviewing and drafting for a legal aid client while under the supervision of a practicing attorney. Successfully interviewed client and custom drafted documents including: Will, Living Will, Medical Power of Attorney, Burial Instructions Researched legal issues regarding drafting of wills and medical issues involving living wills Received a letter grade of A in class and a letter from Professor Marsh outlining outstanding performance Other Experience- JCB Precision Tool & Mold, Inc., Commerce City, CO Website Construction/Office Management/General consulting for manufacturing/mold-making business Website construction and preparation Office Management: bookkeeping, payroll, accounts payable/receivable, problem solving and restructuring. ISO 9000 compliance training and preparation Shanks, Stumm, Hollis & Hammerland, P.C., Lakewood, CO Bookkeeper / Administrative Assistant / Tax Preparation Bookkeeping and payroll for multiple clients and companies, preparation of financial statements, tax return preparation and assembly, software maintenance, consulting for accounting issues for individual clients Successfully implemented conversion of accounting system from DOS based program to QuickBooks and set up of all clients in QuickBooks Scuba Den, Wheat Ridge, CO Sales Associate / Equipment Consultant / Dive Control Specialist Equipment and class sales, equipment assembly and maintenance, customer service, travel promotion Instructor for Scuba Skills Update and Introduction to Scuba courses, assisted with Open Water Certification course and Open Water Certification dives Skills and Interests- Proficient with MS Office: Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, OneNote Extensive QuickBooks experience: bookkeeping, accounts payable/receivable, taxes, payroll, financial statements Experience with ISO 9000 compliance, preparation, and auditing Scuba Dive Control Specialist (Dive Leader and Assistant Instructor): leadership, responsibility for others, communication, problem solving, critical thinking Accomplished Portrait and Realist Artist: creativity and acute attention to detail Traveling, camping, hiking, snowboarding Areas of Interest: Trusts and Estates, Estate Planning, Water Law, Natural Resources, Non-Traditional, Government

6 Steve Brander East Cornell Circle, Aurora, CO (616) EDUCATION University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, CO J.D., May 2011 GPA: 3.40; Class Rank: Top 27% Journal Court Report Editor, University of Denver Water Law Review Editorial Board (3L Year) Staff Editor, University of Denver Water Law Review (2L Year) Publication: Steve Brander, Book Note, 13.2 UNIV. OF DENV. WATER L. REV. 455 (2010)(reviewing ELLI LOUKA, WATER LAW & POLICY: GOVERNANCE WITHOUT FRONTIERS (2008)) Activities Volunteer Judge, Arapahoe Regional Mock Trial Tournament; Participant, Student Trial Lawyers Association Mock Trial (conducted cross and direct examination); Preparer, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA); Semi-Finalist, Presidential Management Fellowship Program Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, MI B.A., Major in Political Science, Minor in Criminal Justice, December 2007 GPA: magna cum laude Honors SVSU Award for Academic Excellence Scholarship; Athletic Scholarship for Football; Michigan Merit Award Scholarship; Dean s List (six semesters); President s List for Highest Academic Achievement Activities Study Abroad, London, England; Tight End, SVSU Division 2 Football Team; Volunteer, SVSU Football Reading to Kids program; Camp Counselor, Royale Family Christian Kids Camp (foster care program) LEGAL EXPERIENCE Department of Health and Human Services, Office of General Counsel, Region VIII, Denver, CO Legal Intern May 2010 May 2011 Drafted several Motions for Decisions Without Hearings in EEOC discrimination cases and several Federal Tort Claims Act Claim Analyses, in which I recommended either settlement or denial of medical malpractice claims Conducted cross-examination of a witness in an arbitration hearing, which was decided in the Agency s favor Presented on the regulatory definition of immediate jeopardy at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services State Survey Agency Director s Conference, Western Consortium, Region VIII, Denver, CO, June 9, 2010 Researched federal health, employment, and civil rights law issues, including application of Medicare and Medicaid regulations to long-term care facilities and the United States ability to sue primary insurers, including liability insurers, directly under the Medicare Secondary Payer Act 18 th Judicial District of Colorado, Honorable Judge Michael Spear, Centennial, CO Judicial Extern January 2010 April 2010 Researched legal issues and drafted judicial orders on topics including reduction of sentencing, application of local zoning ordinances, and admissibility of evidence and testimony Observed several criminal jury trials, civil court trials, motions hearings, pretrial conferences, and status conferences Department of Justice, U.S. Attorney s Office, District of Colorado, Denver, CO Law Clerk June 2009 December 2009 Researched various legal issues for Assistant U.S. Attorneys, including sufficiency of notice of administrative claims under the FTCA, application of the Quiet Title Act s statute of limitations, efficacy of Bureau of Land Management land surveys, due process rights under immigration laws, and ex parte communication in regard to expert witnesses Drafted Final Pretrial Order and Answer Brief for United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit Wrote several legal memoranda, two of which were used in motions filed in federal court Observed a deposition, pretrial conference, scheduling hearing, and two criminal trials ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Intern, U.S. Senate Regional Office, Senator Carl Levin, Saginaw, MI January 2005 April 2005 Student Grounds Crew, Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, MI Summers Meat Clerk, Plumb s Grocery Store, Grand Rapids, MI January 2008 June 2008 PRIMARY INTERESTS Employment Law, Medical Malpractice, Family Law, Estate Planning, Criminal Law, Civil Litigation

7 Matthew A. Chaput W. Dorado Pl., Littleton CO, EDUCATION: University of Denver, Sturm College of Law - Denver, CO J.D. Expected May 2011 Relevant Coursework: Criminal Law, Basic Criminal Procedure, Advanced Criminal Procedure, Advanced Criminal Law, Evidence, Evidence Practicum, Criminal Clinic, Basic Trial Practice, Advanced Trial Practice, Prosecutor Practicum Mock Trial: Student Trial Lawyer Association Competition Attorney (2009), Coach (2010), Judge (2011); Hoffman Cup Competition Attorney (2010) Witness (2009); Hogan Hartson Cup Attorney (2009); Barristers Appellate Competition Attorney (2009) St. Louis University St. Louis, MO BA in Criminal Justice, December 2006 CRIMINAL LAW EXPERIENCE: DU Criminal Clinic Student Law Office Denver, CO August 2010 December 2010 Student Attorney (Certified under Student Practice Act) Represented criminal clients in county and municipal court proceedings on a variety of issues including assault, reckless driving, harassment, failure to obey a lawful order, disturbing the peace Handled a criminal trial from beginning to end involving a failure to obey a lawful order Responsible for all aspects of representation, including client conferences, motions, trial preparations, discovery, witness interviews, and plea negotiations Drafted and filed various motions, including discovery motions, motions to seal records, and bill of particulars Denver District Attorney Gang Unit Denver, CO January 2010 May 2010 Legal Intern Researched issues that relate to the prosecution of gang related felonies, including Refusal to Testify, 404(b), 4 th Amendment Stop and Seizures, Judicial Recusal, Contempt of Court Drafted portions of motions to be used in trial proceedings Observed court proceedings. Illinois State Police Southern IL June 2006 August 2006 Intern Rode along with patrol division during all shifts. Observed homicide, narcotics, and theft investigation units. ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE: Private Investigator, VRC Investigations, St. Louis, MO (Feb May 2007) Store Associate, Omaha Steaks Stores, St. Louis, MO (May 2007-May 2008) HONORS/INTERESTS: Eagle Scout (2000); College Hockey Player; Sports, Backpacking, Camping, Hiking, St. Louis Cardinals baseball, Barbecue competitions, Skiing

8 VANESSA CONWAY (970) Seattle, Washington EDUCATION University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, CO J.D., May 2011, GPA: 3.11 Workplace Law Certificate Directed Research: An Explanation and Critique of the Department of Labor s Proposed Rule to Change the Definition of Fiduciary Under ERISA Seminar Paper: Health Insurance and the Workplace: Healthcare Reform s New Frontier; How Healthcare Reform Alters the Landscape of Employment Honors John Phillip Linn Labor Law Award, 2011, outstanding graduating labor and employment law student Reese Persuasive Writing Award, 2010, best Lawyering Process brief in class Mellman, Gerald & Isaac Scholarship & University of Denver Law Scholarship Recipient, Activities Research Assistant, Summer 2010, updating Colorado Evidence Courtroom Manual Teaching Assistant, Lawyering Process first-year research and writing class President, Employment Law Association, , Event Coordinator, Bridge Community Garden Project, 2009 and 2010 Internships Intern, Dianne Peterson, Larimer County Family Treatment Court GAL, Fall 2009 Judicial Intern, Judge Gregory Lammons, 8 th Judicial District, Summer 2009 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO B.A., Political Science & French, Women s Studies Certificate, 2008, GPA: 3.73 Dean s List 4 semesters; Political Science Departmental Excellence Award, EXPERIENCE IMA of Colorado, Denver, CO July current Public Policy Intern & Consultant Analyze Affordable Care Act impact on employee benefits for multistate insurance brokerage-benefits management firm Develop communications strategy explaining Affordable Care Act implementation, including monthly bulletin to all IMA Financial clients and internal communications to aid teams in addressing client concerns Respond to individual client questions regarding grandfather status, employee classification for nondiscrimination testing and limited medical plans, OTC-prescription reimbursement, bundled medical, vision and dental, open enrollment timeline for implemented provisions, etc Monitor development of national and state measures to identify expansion opportunities Outten & Golden LLP, New York, NY (telecommuted from Denver, CO) December 2008 March 2010 Law Clerk Assisted in wage and hour litigation under the Fair Labor Standards Act for small employment law firm Drafted employee statements in support of class certifications; interviewed employees regarding the details of their employment Office of International Programs, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO January 2007 July 2008 Student Assistant Prepared work visa petitions for foreign faculty and staff, coordinated with academic departments and administration in hiring, trained and supervised student assistants, managed tracking databases INTERESTS & SKILLS Primary Interests: Employment Law, Health Law, Human Resources Language Skills: French, advanced written and spoken

9 PATRICK A. CURNALIA Longford Dr Parker, CO (303) EDUCATION University of Denver, Denver, CO LL.M. Taxation, June 2011, GPA (85 = A) University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, CO Juris Doctor, December 2010, GPA 3.26 Scholastic Excellence Award Contracts Spring 2009 Barry S. Crown Memorial Scholarship Recipient Civil Rights Clinic, Student Law Office o Reviewed documents provided by prison and coded according to relevancy to each claim o Counseled client on proper courses of action o Drafted complaint filed in federal court Wills Lab o Prepared will and other end of life documents for indigent client President, Elder Law Society Member, Construction and Real Estate Law Society Student Member, Colorado Bar Association Elder Law Section Mentor, Sturm College of Law Peer Mentor Program Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI Master of Public Administration, December 2005, GPA 3.60 Pi Sigma Alpha, Political Science Honor Fraternity Research o The Effects of Pay Satisfaction on Worker s Job Satisfaction among Community Mental Health Agencies Human Service Professionals o Scope and Nature of Employment Discrimination in the 21 st Century Workplace Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI Bachelor of Science, August 2004 Major: Sociology Minor: Business Administration Central Michigan University Ski Club, Men s Captain EXPERIENCE Mallgren & Ferrell, P.C., Greenwood Village, CO Contract Attorney Estate and tax planning for clients Research of complex tax issues Review of real estate sales contracts and title research May 2011 Present

10 PATRICK A. CURNALIA Page 2 Ambler & Keenan, LLC, Denver, CO Fall Intern August 2010 October 2010 Prepared documents for trust transfers and modifications Opened probate and prepared documents for probate proceedings Prepared pleadings for second parent adoptions Judge Vincent White, 18 th Judicial District of Colorado, Castle Rock, CO Summer Intern May 2009 Jul 2009 Reviewed motions and drafted orders in response to motions for summary judgment, motions to dismiss, and motions for reconsideration Drafted memoranda for Judge White on novel issues before the court Reviewed transcript of murder case sent from the Colorado Court of Appeals and discovered several discrepancies that went unnoticed by the appellate court Observed criminal and civil court proceedings including voir dire, motion hearings, and trials City and County of Denver, Denver, CO Real Property Appraiser Oct 2006 Aug 2008; May 2009 Nov 2009 Determined values for residential properties within the City and County of Denver Developed tools to help appraisers calculate values quicker and with fewer errors Testified at hearings concerning taxpayer appeals of valuation Helped taxpayers with their property and tax bill questions Worked with state agencies and made judgments as to interpretations of statutes regarding value Gratiot County Community Mental Health Services, Alma, MI Office Coordinator Aug 2004 May 2006 Lead worker responsible for scheduling, billing, filing, and setting up staff meetings for the CLEO Program Trained new employees on work processes and the computer applications Responsible for helping create plans of service for clients with developmental disabilities and seeing that staff carry out their responsibilities Employee of the Month, March 2006 Steering Committee Nov 2004 May 2006 Discussed and recommended new agency policies to be given to executive board LICENSURE Colorado Bar Admission # Colorado Notary Public LexisNexis Professional Research Certification VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCES Colorado Bar Association Member Trust and Estate Section, Elder Law Section Hike for Hospice Centura Health Butterfly Program Senior Law Day

11 KRISTI DISNEY 729 Snowberry St. Longmont CO Cell: (917) EDUCATION University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, CO Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program J.D./LL.M May 2011 Specializations achieved in Environmental Law & Policy; International Resources Transactions Law & Policy Awards DU Student Bar Association Most Outstanding Evening Student Award, 2010 Scholarships Colorado Hispanic Bar Association Scholarship Recipient, Public Interest Law Group Clerkship Recipient, 2010 Moot Court DU Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Team Member, Spring 2010 DU Natural Resources Law Society Moot Court Competitor, Spring 2010 Activities DU Alternative Spring Break Legal Volunteer, Navajo Nation, New Mexico, Spring 2010 Public Interest Law Group Clerkship Committee Co-Chair, DU Alternative Dispute Resolution Society International Law Liaison, 2010 University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN Bachelor of Science in Social Work (Minors in Journalism and Economics) August 2000 Awards UT Torchbearer Award, Presented to UT s Top 10 Graduating Student Leaders, 2000 University of Tennessee College of Social Work Academic Achievement Award, 2000 Gamma Kappa Chapter of Gamma Sigma Sigma Kristi Disney Outstanding Service Award, (Now Presented Annually to Honor One UT Student for Outstanding Community Service), 2000 University of Tennessee Senior of the Month October 1999 Anderson Consulting/UT Peer Achievement Award for Leadership in Service, 1999 Gamma Sigma Sigma National Distinguished Service Award, 1999 Gamma Sigma Sigma National Outstanding Undergraduate Award, 1998 Scholarships Tennessee Higher Education Commission Love Community Service Scholarship, 1999 Vic Davis/Earl Zwingle Extracurricular Service Scholarship, 1999 John and Louise Harrison Social Work Scholarship, 1999 Designated UT Volunteer of the Year, 1998 UT Chancellor s Citation for Extraordinary Community Service, 1997, 1998 UT Alumni Association Valedictorian Scholarship Award, 1994 Activities United Nations/Global Exchange Humanitarian Aid Delegation Participant, Havana, Cuba, 2000 Global Children s Organization Volunteer, Croatia; Bosnia-Herzegovina; Northern Ireland, 1999 Missionaries of Charity Volunteer, Kolkata/Calcutta, India (Administered Services for Mahatma Gandhi Welfare Center and Prem Dan Home for Dying Destitutes; Inducted as Co-Worker of Missionaries of Charity Order, Founded by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Mother Theresa, 1998 Cemanahuac Educational Community, Cuernevaca & Buena Vista de Cellular, Mexico Advanced Spanish Language Certificate; Rural Studies Certificate Summer 2002 LEGAL EXPERIENCE Sustainable Development Strategies Group (SDSG), Gunnison, CO Summer 2010, Spring 2011 Law Clerk Serve as the Principal Law Clerk on the International Bar Association (IBA) Mining Law Committee s Model Mining Development Agreement (MMDA) Project, which provides guidance to host governments, mining companies, and stakeholders to improve environmental, social, and investment standards in mining development agreements Supervise and collaborate with team of MMDA Law Clerks to support SDSG and the IBA Mining Law Committee Reviewed over 60 multinational mining law contracts; created databases of contract clauses; assisted with MMDA consultations at IBA meetings in Toronto, Canada and Astana, Kazakhstan; assisted with DU Law Courses on sustainable development; developed web-based consultation tool; assisted with MMDA revisions Center for International Environmental Law, Washington, D.C. Fall 2010 Legal Intern Completed a comprehensive review of environmental impact assessments, financing, community consultations, environmental law, and transboundary impacts of a World Bank energy development project Conducted research and prepared memos on the role of international financial institutions (IFIs) in energy development, particularly to encourage IFIs to dedicate more funds to renewable energy projects Prepared a variety of memos related to various international laws and policies, including nanotechnology, freedom of information, use of webcasting in judicial proceedings, and international environmental governance

12 KRISTI DISNEY P. 2 University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, Colorado, International & Comparative Environmental Law Research Assistant for Professor George Rock Pring Researched and drafted Environmental Impact Assessment in the United States under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, published in La Naturaleza JuridÍca de la Evaluación del Impacto Ambiental: Análisis de Derecho Comparado (The Legal Nature of Environmental Impact Assessment: Comparative Law Analysis), José Juan González Márquez, ed., by Instituto Mexicano de Investigaciones en Derecho Ambiental A.C. (Mexican Institute for Research in Environmental Law), 2011 Assisted with research and editing of Greening Justice: Creating and Improving Environmental Courts and Tribunals by George (Rock) Pring & Catherine (Kitty) Pring, published by The Access Initiative (2009), available at Helped maintain current information on foreign and domestic environmental courts and tribunals for the University of Denver Environmental Courts and Tribunals Study, see Assisted with scholarly reviews, lecture revisions, and research in international environmental law and energy law Rocky Mountain Survivors Center, Denver, Colorado, Paralegal/Administrative Assistant Assisted survivors of torture and war trauma with asylum claims and immigration matters, including client intakes; appropriate U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services applications; and referral to attorney services Coordinated monthly Continuing Legal Education trainings focused on asylum law, and provided other recruiting, research, training, and administrative support for RMSC s Pro Bono Attorney Network and RMSC Legal Interns Assisted with fundraising and volunteer efforts, and prepared content for press materials and RMSC publications Levy, Phillips & Konigsberg, LLP, New York, New York, Legal Assistant Assisted with environmental toxic tort claims by conducting intakes; researching and documenting exposure histories; organizing and maintaining client files and exhibits; and assisting with trials Coordinated economic and environmental expert reports and trial witnesses Drafted and served answers to interrogatories and pre-trial orders OTHER EXPERIENCE Tennessee Economic Renewal Network, Knoxville, Tennessee, Fair Trade & Globalization Program Coordinator Researched, created and facilitated public education programs on international trade policy and development Coordinated international exchanges amongst workers, scholars and community leaders in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, India, Nigeria, Columbia, and Brazil, exploring the impacts of U.S. foreign policy Built and strengthened diverse local, national and hemispheric coalitions that worked to make international agreements more beneficial to low-income communities and the environment Oxfam/Grassroots Global Justice Rural Workers Speaking Tour Spokesperson, Maharashtra, India, 2004 Tennessee Immigrant Rights Network Founding Member & Volunteer, Association of Displaced Afro-Columbians Speaking Tour Coordinator, 2001 PUBLICATIONS Co-authored and Edited Grassroots Action for Global Change: Resources for Community-Based Organizers in Appalachia, Highlander Research and Education Center, December 2005 Co-authored and Edited Global Activist s Handbook: Local Ways to Change the World, a guide to transforming corporate globalization. New York: Thunder s Mouth Press/Nation Books, April 2002 PRACTICE AREA INTERESTS Environmental law, natural resources law, energy law, water law, wildlife law, international law OTHER INTERESTS Running, hiking Colorado s 14ers, and exploring the great outdoors

13 Rebecca Blake Easton 704 Fulton Street Aurora, CO (480) EDUCATION University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, CO J.D., May 2011 GPA: 3.21 Honors Activities Recipient of the Honorable John P. Leopold Scholarship for academic excellence Senior Editor, Denver University Law Review President, Sports and Entertainment Law Society, 2010 Teaching Assistant, Professor Rosemary Dillon, Lawyering Process Program, Treasurer, Phi Delta Phi, ; Intellectual Property Law Society, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ B.A. in Psychology and Spanish Linguistics (dual degree), December 2003 GPA: 3.67 (Cum Laude) Honors Graduated with Honors in Psychology, Phi Beta Kappa 4-year scholarship for academic excellence Academic Distinction 4 years; Dean s List 6 semesters Activities President, Golden Key International Honors Society Vice President, Finance, Delta Delta Delta Sorority Study Abroad Universidad de Alcala de Henares, Spain (lived with a host family) August-December, 2003 LEGAL EXPERIENCE Marcus & Millichap, Denver, CO Office Assistant February 2011 Current Manage and organize database of Low Income Housing Tax Credit and HUD multifamily complexes Review partnership agreements to recommend partnership interest sales; prepare marketing materials University of Denver Wills Lab, Denver, CO Student Attorney January 2011 May 2011 Interviewed client over the phone and in person Drafted will, living will, power of attorney, and burial instructions tailored to client s needs and wishes Completed work under supervising attorney, including final signing of appropriate documents University of Denver Mediation Clinic, Denver, CO Student Attorney August 2010 December 2010 Received over 40 hours of classroom instruction Performed over 15 hours of supervised mediation with a co-mediator Scheduled mediations and completed documents as necessary to ensure agreement enforceability The Frankl Law Firm, Denver, CO Law Clerk October 2009 March 2011 Researched and drafted responses to various pleadings and motions regarding insurance bad faith claims Interviewed clients and potential witnesses regarding damages; attended case management hearing and mediation Jackson IP, Denver, CO Legal Intern January 2010 May 2010 Gained basic proficiency with patent application drafting and trademark registration procedures Researched prior art, prepared initial drawings, and drafted independent, dependent, and method claims Conducted trademark searches through TESS and investigated through other on-line resources 18th Judicial District Judge Nancy Hopf, Castle Rock, CO Legal Intern May 2009 August 2009 Researched and authored orders, signed by Judge Hopf virtually unedited, under time-sensitive deadlines Researched and drafted comprehensive memoranda on sanctions for spoliation of evidence and the duty to preserve evidence, relied upon by Judge Hopf in rendering decision Revised and updated memorandum regarding Rule 35 motions to be used as reference for future interns PRIMARY INTERESTS/LANGUAGE Estate planning, intellectual property, business transactions, entertainment law. Active volunteer with Delta Delta Delta, Junior League of Denver, and Fight With Tools/ Conversational proficiency in Spanish

14 EDUCATION GREGG EMMEL 2855 Rock Creek Circle #264 Superior, Colorado (720) University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, Colorado Juris Doctor, May 2010 Technology Editor, The Race to the Bottom, Corporate Governance Blog Treasurer, DU Intellectual Property Law Society Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York B.S. Business 1996 Managing Editor, Skidmore Newspaper LEGAL EXPERIENCE Legal Clerk, Larsen Law Offices, Highlands Ranch, Colorado 4/11 Present Researched and drafted memo on legal compliance requirements for a gold exchange Drafted client advisory letter in preparation for negotiations Legal Clerk, Leyendecker & Lemire, Denver, Colorado, 1/09 7/09 Managed the discovery process, including client interviews, for two lawsuits Wrote documents including request of waiver of service, and motion to consolidate, and client litigation hold letter Researched and drafted memos on topics including a trademark infringement case; choice of law, particularly as it applies to non-compete agreements; and patent prosecution claim language interpretation Legal Intern, Old Mutual, Denver, Colorado, 5/09 7/09 Researched and drafted memo on interfund lending, and revised interfund lending procedures document implemented by company Drafted an updated SEC N-14 filing Researched and created template SEC rule 498 fund summary prospectus Reviewed record retention procedures for Financial Industry Regulatory Authority compliance and composed summary Legal Intern, Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, Denver, Colorado, 6/08 8/08 Researched issues pertaining to Judicial Performance Evaluations, Judicial Retention Elections and F.R.C.P. 37(e), Safe Harbor in E-discovery ; research will be used by Institute in future publications Legal Intern, Space Science Institute, Boulder, Colorado, 6/08 8/08 Researched and drafted Property Management, and Record and Data Retention plans now in use by SSI Researched and reported opinions on trademarks and copyright infringement fair use defense claims for upcoming projects OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Database Engineer, Clayton Holdings, Inc., Denver, Colorado, 3/06 7/07 Managed projects and supervised project staff supporting due diligence, credit risk management, and analytics Worked with internal and external clients, across lines of business, both proactively to enhance the business and to solve problems through business analysis, and database systems design and development Senior Business Analyst and Developer, Key Equipment Finance, Superior, Colorado, 8/04 3/06 Worked with internal clients to understand business needs and develop solutions Developer and business analyst for all lines of business Developer Analyst II, Alltel MaxMilion, Latham, New York, 5/00 11/02 Trained tech support group in how to troubleshoot application and resolve common issues Worked with client representatives to analyze business needs; designed and coded product enhancements Programmer Analyst, KeyBank Technical Services, Albany, New York, 12/99 5/00 Worked on interface designs, database revisions, and systems documentation for a custom Customer Relations Management and Leasing product Worked on Computer Telephony Integration and revisions of interface to credit scoring firm s system Webmaster & Marketing Manager, The MASIE Center, Saratoga Springs, New York, 3/97 3/99 Created and redesigned several websites for The MASIE Center (a technology and learning think-tank) Managed summer interns working on websites, CD-ROM creation projects, and marketing projects PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Admitted to the Colorado Bar, Member of: American Bar Association, Colorado Bar Association, Denver Bar Association

15 CIARA FERNANDEZ 8501 E. Alameda Ave. Unit 1838, Denver, CO EDUCATION University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, CO Juris Doctor Degree May 2011 Cumulative GPA: 2.9 Robert B. Yegge Hispanic Scholarship (merit-based); Colorado Hispanic Bar Association Scholarship; Scholastic Excellence Award for Comparative Law Spring 2010 Alternative Spring Break Participant-Farmington, NM: Drafted a script for an instructional video for Pro Se Litigants in Domestic Matters Pomona College, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology (English minor), May 2007, Top 15% of my class Authored Senior Thesis, Weaving Identity- The Influence of Tourism on Identity Formation and Representation for Yucatecan Maya in Tourist Marketplaces Wade Family Scholarship for Archaeological/Ecotourism Fieldwork and Research (Belize and Mexico) College Year in Athens - Study Abroad program in Athens, Greece (Fall, 2005) EXPERIENCE Legal Externships DU Mediation and Arbitration Clinic, Denver, CO Spring 2011 Mediator for Small Claims disputes; Participated in Alternative Dispute Resolution Training The Law Firm of David Littman, P.C., Denver, CO Fall 2009 Observed Family Law Mediations, Collaborative Law Proceedings, Court Hearings, Divorce Negotiations, GAL Interventions, Client Meetings, Child and Family Investigator Meetings, and a CBA-Family Law Board Meeting Drafted Motions, Arbitration Awards, Child and Family Investigator Reports, and Legal Memoranda International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management, Denver, CO Summer 2009 Completed a workshop on Introduction to the Management of Tribal Intellectual Property and Cultural Resources Conducted IP research on the use of Protected Geographic Indicators to Protect Navajo Weavings, and prepared a presentation to be used at the Dine College Legal Assistant Native American Rights Fund, Boulder, CO August 2010-May 2011 Edit National Indian Law Library Website and post current legal cases, regulatory legislation, and law review articles, and conduct research on current legal issues in Federal Indian Law and Indigenous Rights Hopkins Tschetter Sulzer, PC, Denver, CO November 2007-July 2008 Drafted court pleadings, set trial dates, prepared exhibits, filed pleadings and other documents on Lexis Nexis Conducted extensive research on HOA violation reports for a Fair Housing discrimination case Assisted in the drafting of a new residential rental lease form for the Apartment Association of Metro-Denver Answered calls and assisted clients with tenant problems; directing clients to associate attorneys Research Assistant Pomona College Anthropology Department, Claremont, CA September 2006-May 2007 Recorded objects found at archeological site in Chiapas, Mexico believed to be a Mayan trade center in 1200 AD Created charts, organizing objects into categories based on ceramic pattern and age COMMUNITY WORK : Dandelion Project-Rocky Mountain Children s Law Center, Denver, CO (Volunteered at a Community Garden and mentored children in the foster care system) and Summer 2006: Jumpstart Americorps Program, Claremont, CA (tutored and mentored low-income preschool children in literacy and verbal skills; planned fundraising events at local libraries) : America Reads Program, Claremont, CA (tutored third grade students in literacy skills) Summers : Amigos Unidos Youth and Family Counseling and Mediation Program, Taos, NM (tutor) LANGUAGE / INTERESTS Intermediate oral/written Spanish; Introductory Greek and Italian; Theater and Dance; Skiing; Swimming; Reading; Cooking; Gardening; Travel; Spending time in my hometown, Taos, NM, with my Family

16 David Littman David Littman, P.C Emerson St. Denver, CO Relation: I was a legal extern for him REFERENCES Carol LaRocque, LPC, HTR, Dandelion Project Director Rocky Mountain Children s Law Center 1325 S. Colorado Blvd., Suite 308 Denver, CO Relation: She was the director of a garden and child advocacy project for which I volunteered Mark Tschetter Hopkins Tschetter Sulzer, PC 3600 S. Yosemite St., Suite 828 Denver, CO Relation: He was my previous employer

17 GEOFFREY FRAZIER 2401 S. LINCOLN STREET DENVER, CO (508) EDUCATION The University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, CO Juris Doctor May 2011; GPA: 3.24 Honors: DU Law Scholarship (based on academic excellence; two-thirds tuition for three years) Law Review: University of Denver Water Law Review, Court Report Editor Publication: Book Note: Philippe Cullet, Water Law, Poverty, and Development: Water Sector Reforms in India, 13 U. DENV. WATER L. REV. 427 (Spring 2010). Moot Court: Hoffman Cup, Rothgerber, Johnson & Lyons Negotiation Competition (Placed 3 rd out of 30+ teams), Barrister s Cup Appellate Advocacy Competition Activities: Research Assistant, Professor Richman (conducted employment law research for journal articles) Legal Writing Teaching Assistant, Professor Dillon (selected based on excellence in legal writing) Minoru Yasui Inn of Court; Public Interest Law Group; Natural Resources & Environmental Law Soc. The University of Vermont, Burlington, VT Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (minor in History), December 2006; GPA: 3.72 Honors: Presidential Scholarship (merit based); Dean s List (7 semesters); Golden Key National Honor Society (top 10% of class); Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society (highest honors for Political Science) Leadership: President, UVM SA Concerts: booked, planned and coordinated large live music events Abroad: Semester at American University in Washington, DC and Amazon-region, Brazil, Fall 2006 LEGAL EXPERIENCE Law Clerk, Outten & Golden, LLP, New York, NY (work remotely) December 2010 Present Work directly with clients to draft 216(b) Collective Action declarations under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Conduct research and draft memos on various issues related to employment discrimination and FLSA procedural rules Selected by Nantiya Ruan, Of Counsel, based on excellent research and writing skills Law Clerk, U.S. Department of Energy Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy January 2011 April 2011 Work directly for Chief Counsel; Conduct National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance review for renewable energy projects funded by DOE; draft memoranda recommending mitigation measures for projects Conducted research related to employment issues within the federal government and DOE Review Funding Opportunity Announcements, which grant DOE funds, to ensure compliance with DOE regulations Student Attorney, University of Denver Civil Litigation Clinic, Denver, CO August 2010 December 2010 Interviewed clients, researched and authored memoranda regarding clients employment discrimination claims; assisted in drafting and filing of Complaint and Motion to Intervene on behalf of six clients Successfully argued in County Court on behalf of several petitioners in Civil Protection Order hearings; drafted motions to modify; negotiated with opposing parties and counsel regarding conditions of Civil Protection Orders Law Clerk, Poulson, Odell & Peterson, LLC., Denver, CO March 2010 August 2010 Conducted legal research and drafted memoranda, briefs, and demand letters pertaining to natural resources, oil and gas, and water rights issues Analyzed title record documents; mapped chains of title and oil and gas lease chains; converted chains into formal title opinions distributed to clients Legal Intern, The Honorable William W. Hood III, Denver District Court, Denver, CO January 2010 May 2010 Conducted legal research; drafted judicial orders on motions for summary judgment, motions to dismiss, and various administrative agency and County Court appeals; conferred with Judge Hood regarding pending trials before the court Law Clerk, Colorado Ethics Watch, Denver, CO May 2009 August 2009 Conducted research and drafted memoranda on various ethical, campaign finance, and election related legal issues ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Paralegal, Cummings, King & MacDonald, Newton, MA January 2007 July 2008 Research Intern, US Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC August 2006 December 2006 Investigator, Chittenden County Public Defender, Burlington, VT January 2006 May 2006 PRIMARY INTERESTS Civil Litigation Employment Discrimination Environmental/Natural Resources Law and Regulation

18 EDUCATION ALAN H. FROSH UNIVERSITY OF DENVER, STURM COLLEGE OF LAW (Evening Division) Denver, Colorado Juris Doctor. Relevant Coursework: Directed Research: Bankruptcy, Basic Tax Law, Business Planning, Commercial Law Survey, Corporate Drafting, Corporations, Debtor/Creditor Rights, Securities Law, Survey of Employment Law. Community Economic Development Clinic - Prepared introductory document on nonprofit law in Colorado to provide background to Clinic staff and faculty. - Developed nonprofit audit checklist and procedures to guide Clinic staff when assessing client strengths, needs or deficiencies. - Created a form library, including Charter/Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws for Clinic staff to use as needed. Public Interest Practicum: Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP (Summer 2010) - Assisted on Lobato v. State case, challenging the constitutionality of Colorado s education funding protocol. - Reviewed transcripts of Public School Finance Act of 1994 and surrounding debate for usable testimony, facts or statements by elected officials to assess legislative intent. Awards: Involvement: - Recipient, Norman E. Bradley Memorial Scholarship (2008 present). - Winner, Outstanding Evening Student 2009, 2010 and Scholastic Excellence Award Debtor/Creditor Rights (Fall 2010). - Fundraising Vice President, Student Bar Association (2008 present). - DU Law Liaison, Colorado Bar Association-Young Lawyers Division Executive Board (2009 present). - Member, DU Law Alumni Council (2011 present) UNIVERSITY OF DENVER Denver, Colorado B.A, Political Science, with minors in Business and Leadership. Officer: Theta Chi Fraternity, Interfraternal Council and All-Undergraduate Student Association Senate. Member: Pioneer Leadership Program. EXPERIENCE 2007 present THE GORDIAN FUND Denver, Colorado Founder and Chairman A donor-advised fund to encourage and educate the next generation of philanthropists Manage organization s day-to-day operation and coordinate committee activities. Developed initial concept for donor-advised fund and recruited inaugural Board of Directors. Led planning retreats and developed strategies for fundraising, marketing, recruitment, and investment management. Created and filed founding documents: Bylaws, Articles of Incorporation, and Form 1023 Application for Tax- Exempt Status TONY GRAMPSAS YOUTH SERVICES PROGRAM Denver, Colorado Temporary Program Assistant A state-managed program to provide funding to local agencies that reduce youth crime and violence, and child abuse and neglect Organized RFA process for grants cycle and served as primary point of contact. Created and managed database of applicants and volunteer reviewers. Produced significant Frequently Asked Questions document. Processed and tracked monthly reimbursement requests from current TGYS grantees. Conducted site visits and progress calls with current grantees to ensure program compliance East Fourth Avenue Denver, Colorado 80220

19 ALAN H. FROSH THE PHILANTHROPY FUND OF AMERICA Englewood, Colorado Nonprofit Organization Analyst An innovative approach to converting unusual assets into charitable vehicles Researched, analyzed, and conducted due diligence on organizations being considered for inclusion in Philanthropy Fund Index. Reviewed and evaluated grant proposals. Coordinated and ensured consistency of grant management across the Philanthropy Fund. Acted as liaison and primary contact to internal departments, as well as external groups. Created, developed, and managed the Philanthropy Fund's fundraising and solicitation campaigns EL POMAR FOUNDATION Colorado Springs, Colorado Senior Program Associate/Fellow The premier post-graduate leadership development and nonprofit management program In the El Pomar Youth in Community Service program, taught responsible philanthropy to more than 300 students in seven high schools across the mountain resort communities. Assessed funding needs and assisted the mountain resorts business and community leaders as they improved the region through the El Pomar Regional Partnerships High Country Council. Directed the Forum for Civic Advancement, providing an arena for civic engagement in the Pikes Peak region. Reviewed and evaluated grant applications from nonprofit organizations across Colorado and provided more than $500,000 in funding recommendations to the Foundation s Board of Trustees. Received training in nonprofit consulting, specifically strategic planning and fundraising, from a nationally-recognized firm, the Robert B. Sharp Company of Colorado. Directed Fellowship Alumni program, communicating and enriching a community of 160 young professionals YOUNG AMERICANS BANK Denver, Colorado YOUNG AMERICANS CENTER FOR FINANCIAL EDUCATION Financial Services Representative, Development Associate, and Daniels Young Leaders Circle Coordinator The world s only bank exclusively for young people and a unique nonprofit supporting programs in financial education Solicited and coordinated donations from Youth Advisory Board alumni and individual donors to a capital campaign for new headquarters building and annual fund. Developed and maintained comprehensive database of donors and volunteers. Founded the Daniels Legacy Circle, a group of committed Youth Advisory Board alumni who support Young Americans annual programs. COMMUNITY Board service with Daniels Legacy Circle Steering Committee, DU Law Alumni Council, El Pomar Foundation Fellowship Alumni Advisory Board, Kent Denver School Alumni Association, and TEDxMileHigh Organizing Committee East Fourth Avenue Denver, Colorado 80220

20 Jason R. Gardner Jansen Street Parker, CO (720) (303) EDUCATION University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Denver, CO Juris Doctor, May 2011 Activities Intern: National Conference of State Legislatures Intern: Holsinger Law, LLC Evening Division Vice President: Student Bar Association 3L Evening Senator: Student Bar Association Evening Student Representative: Federalist Society Member: College Republicans and Christian Legal Society Colorado Technical University, Colorado Springs, CO Bachelor of Science, Business Administration (with Information Technology emphasis), December 2005 Honors Graduated Summa cum Laude (4.0 GPA) Chancellor s List Dean s List Certificates Accounting and Finance; Business Fundamentals; Business in the Global Environment; Human Resource Development; Management Essentials; Organizational Systems Improvement; Project Planning PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE University of Denver, Denver CO Sept Present Senior Support Specialist, University Technology Services (08/09 Present) Senior member of Faculty-Staff Systems Support team Support technology needs of all University of Denver faculty and staff Manage all technology needs for Josef Korbel School of International Studies Maintain Josef Korbel School of International Studies main and subordinate web sites Director of Information Technology, Josef Korbel School of International Studies (09/03 07/09) Managed technology needs for graduate school faculty, staff and students Responsible for all school hardware, software, networking, and the technology infrastructure Designed and managed departmental and related school web sites Managed IT department personnel, school computer lab, and all classroom technology Negotiated software contracts and managed software license compliance Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ Apr Aug Information Systems Training Specialist Senior (10/00 08/03) Managed needs assessment and curriculum development for university faculty and staff Administered the development, scheduling and maintenance of training labs Performed as Training Team Lead, managing up to six people Authored six training manuals and courses, and taught over forty distinct technical courses Support Systems Analyst (12/98 10/00) Performed software evaluations and needs assessments to meet university software needs Operated as second and third tier support in meeting university software and computing needs Administered university anti-virus software program for end users Developed, implemented, and taught software training courses for university faculty and staff Promoted to Information Systems Training Specialist Senior based on merit and increased responsibilities Office Automation Specialist (04/98 12/98) Served as central contact for all university computer issues and taught software training courses Promoted to Support Systems Analyst based on merit and increased job responsibilities

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