No.67, Lane123, Job Rd. Job District, Shanghai, China, 200070
Johns Hopkins University
Bachelor of Arts in International Studies, Minor: Economics
Overall GPA: 3.3, Major GPA: 3.5
Relevant course work: Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, International Trade, Monetary Analysis, Statistics, Financial Accounting, Investment & Portfolio Theory.
Second Decade Society Grant Recipient
Soccer Captain of the Year
Private Client Intern
May - June 2012
Performed stock market research and analysis using the Bloomberg terminal for senior vice president in charge of private client accounts exceeding $10 million.
Co-authored weekly newsletter evaluating market performance.
Maryland Office of Consumer Protection
July 2011 - March 2012
Investigated complaints in conjunction with the Office of the Attorney General.
Created first database logging all complaints filed in the past two years using Excel.
Initiated project researching top 10 complaints related to geographical regions.
Law Office Clerk
Barbers, Cohen and Saks
Los Angles, CA
March - June 2010
Assisted lawyers in preparation for trial and client meetings by coordinating schedules and systemizing files.
Organized and maintained library and confidential records.
Canterbury Spanish School
May - August 2009
Advised students and parents about application process into school.
Community Relations Chair
Foreign Affairs Symposium
2012 - present
Publicized annual spring speaker series (George Mitchell (ret.), and Professor Noam Chomsky), drawing capacity crowds.
Surveyed international officials about relevant topics to be researched.
Los Angeles, CA
June - December 2011
Initiated weekly tutorial program for local area middle school students.
Coordinated membership recruitment and retention efforts for largest community service organization.
Provided motivation and leadership to team members.
Club Soccer Team
May 2008 - March 2009
Fluent in Spanish and Catalan
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and HTML