Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Text Box: 421 Pennington Pl
Danville, CA 94526

Davidson College, Class of 2012
B.A. Anthropology, High Honors
Concentration in International Studies
GPA 3.81/4.00
SAT 800/800/800

Magna Cum Laude
Phi Beta Kappa
Omicron Delta Kappa
Phi Beta Delta
John M. Belk Scholarship, Class of 2012
            Davidson’s highest merit scholarship
Franz Boas Award
                Anthropology Department
“Most Likely To Live In A Solar Home”
            Senior Class of 2012
Leadership Davidson
                Selective leadership training program
Eagle Scout, Troop 888, Danville, CA

Summer 2010:
            Pembroke-King’s Programme,
            University of Cambridge, UK
Fall 2010:
            Davidson in India, Chennai, India
Summer 2011/January 2012:
            Rutgers in Bolivia/Independent             Cochabamba, Bolivia

Advanced Spanish
Microsoft Office
Wordpress, Blogspot
Final Cut Pro
Some Python

Bob Dylan, A&L Daily, MIT OCW,
Oakland A’s, pickup basketball, nature,
making the world a happier place

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Global Security Intern (Summers 2009-2011)
·       Developed strategies for collecting data on pathways to procuring weapons of mass destruction
·       Collaborated to create novel interfaces for data evaluation for analysts from a broad range of backgrounds, from military to scientific to policy

Office of Sustainability, Davidson College
Intern (January 2011-May 2012)
·       Designed and moderated environmental workshops, e.g. on mountaintop removal
·       Responsible for writing and distributing monthly EnviroNews digital newsletter

“Thirst In The Garden City”
Honors Thesis in Anthropology (July 2011-May 2012)
·       120-page monograph examining water politics in marginalized barrios of Cochabamba, Bolivia
·       Independent research conducted via participant-observation, interviews, and archival research

Environmental Action Coalition
President (August 2008-May 2012)
·       As 2011-2012 President managed 12+ projects, $7K budget and 25 member team
·       2011 Co-Chair of Green Ball, increasing revenues by 33% over past year to $2400
·       Helped start spin-offs Food Club and Eco-Reps
·       Co-writer of Green Grant for solar oven
·       Spearheaded successful effort to bring local food cart to campus
·       Helped raise Sustainability Report Grade from C- (2008) to A (2011) in Student Involvement

WALT 1610 AM
Programming and Events Chair, Student DJ
·       Revitalized radio station technical capacities, adding off-campus streaming, listener tracking, revamped social media presence, and live performance broadcasting
·       Co-managed first-ever music festival at Davidson, featuring four diverse artists

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