GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, College of Computing Atlanta, Georgia
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science May 2012
- Concentration: Modeling and Simulation, Media GPA: 3.3
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH, Georgia Institute of Technology May 2011 - Present
College of Computing
- Worked under Professor Karen Liu to help create and design new algorithms in the field of Computer Graphics. Currently assisting in a possible SIGGRAPH submission paper.
ATLANTA KRAV MAGA & FITNESS Roswell, GA
Instructor/Marketing Director August 2008 - Present
This company provides Krav Maga classes, an Israeli martial-art self-defense system, and fitness classes.
- Taught classes levels 1-4 and administered belt tests.
- Explained the company’s program and contracts to potential customers and enrolled them in the program. Preserved a positive customer satisfaction feedback.
- Designed marketing materials (flyers, brochures) and inventory (shirts, pants).
- Met with company managers in the area to set up corporate accounts and demos (Wachovia, Merrill Lynch, PGA Superstore).
GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY CAMPUS RECREATION CENTER Atlanta, GA
Instructor / Head of the Krav Maga Program January 2009 - Present
- Designed, established and maintained the Krav Maga Program at Georgia Tech.
- Taught weekly classes to students as well as trained Georgia Tech Police Department officers.
- Marketed the program throughout campus and enrolled approximately 75 students each semester.
Software: VisualWorks, Eclipse, jGrasp, MATLAB, Adobe Series, Maya, Unity, MS Visual Studio
Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint
Web Pages: HTML, Dreamweaver, CSS
Operating Systems: Windows, Linux
Languages: French-Native, English-Fluent
Communication: Experienced in speaking in large groups of 50 or more. Have written numerous technical reports and project proposals.
Community Partner Award, given by Georgia Tech Police Department (GTPD) December 2011
- Given out as part of the quarterly police awards ceremony for outstanding collaboration with GTPD regarding the community’s responsibility to safety, security, crime prevention and preparedness
Pi Kappa Alpha, Rush Chairman May 2010 – December 2010
- Recruited 15 new members and initiated 12, creating the highest retention rate (80%) in 5 years.