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Natasha L.

Volunteer
Knoxville, TN, USA
Total impact
$27110
Status
Ready to Volunteer

Professional Experience

Video Editor, Catchafire

November, 2020 - Current

  • Assist nonprofit organization More Than Bootstraps with mission critical projects to advance their mission and goals.
  • Contributed approximately $5,422 through an engagement with nonprofit organization
  • Learn more about my impact: https://www.catchafire.org/profiles/991644/impact/
Adjunct Faculty Member, Pellissippi State Community College

August, 2019 - January, 2020

  • Prepared and delivered lectures on specialized subjects in College 1000, First Year Seminar
  • Developed lesson plans, assignments, and projects for students
  • Integrated subject knowledge and hands on-experience in development of learning process
  • Ensured stimulating classroom learning experience for students
  • Assessed student learning and provided feedback to develop student academic performance
  • Facilitated group discussion and encouraged students to examine academic and real world from multiple angles
  • Facilitated online discussion and interaction via D2L/Brightspace
  • Ensured compliance with department and college guidelines and processes
Adjunct Faculty Member, Pellissippi State Community College

August, 2019 - January, 2020

  • Prepared and delivered lectures on specialized subjects in College 1000, First Year Seminar
  • Developed lesson plans, assignments, and projects for students
  • Integrated subject knowledge and hands on-experience in development of learning process
  • Ensured stimulating classroom learning experience for students
  • Assessed student learning and provided feedback to develop student academic performance
  • Facilitated group discussion and encouraged students to examine academic and real world from multiple angles
  • Facilitated online discussion and interaction via D2L/Brightspace
  • Ensured compliance with department and college guidelines and processes
Managing Partner, Aine Enterprises

January, 2018 - Current

  • Home remodeling and demolition services of any kind and size.
  • Company responsible for home, workshop, garage demolition and/or remodeling projects.
  • Manages all aspects of projects for Knoxville and Chattanooga based, women-led company and serves as point of contact for project estimates.
Faculty and Guidance Counselor, The Piarist School

October, 2015 - Current

Designed and taught four or five social sciences/humanities courses per year.
Assessed students' classroom performance and learning advancements through feedback in both the classroom and online.
Developed a tiered system of response to issues within the school and conducted training/assembly sessions with faculty, students, and parents.
Developed and implemented behavioral policies for the school including forming and heading a Disciplinary Committee to handle major violations.
Intervened in situations of social and behavioral misconduct, such as bullying, sexual harassment, drug use, theft, and physical altercations.
Coordinated with local/regional university and college representatives to further educational opportunities and to facilitate scholarship prospects for students.
Conducted drills to test faculty, student, and staff readiness for multiple incidents.
Oversaw all conflict management and resolution between students, parents, faculty, and staff including mandatory documentation of all interactions.
Lead Teacher in Social Science Department. Classroom and online instruction of social sciences within the school including Psychology and Anthropology.
Coordinator of Governor's School of the Arts, Governor's Scholars Program, and AP College Board for the school.
Recruited and oversaw Drama Club in producing and executing two large performances for the community during the year.
* Mentored students in creating, designing, building, and running technical, behind the scenes, and audience engagement roles for multiple productions during a year, including an annual haunted experience and an annual dramatic production.

Faculty and Guidance Counselor, The Piarist School

October, 2015 - Current

Designed and taught four or five social sciences/humanities courses per year.
• Assessed students’ classroom performance and learning advancements through feedback in both the classroom and online.
• Developed a tiered system of response to issues within the school and conducted training/assembly sessions with faculty, students, and parents.
• Developed and implemented behavioral policies for the school including forming and heading a Disciplinary Committee to handle major violations.
• Intervened in situations of social and behavioral misconduct, such as bullying, sexual harassment, drug use, theft, and physical altercations.
• Coordinated with local/regional university and college representatives to further educational opportunities and to facilitate scholarship prospects for students.
• Conducted drills to test faculty, student, and staff readiness for multiple incidents.
• Oversaw all conflict management and resolution between students, parents, faculty, and staff including mandatory documentation of all interactions.
• Lead Teacher in Social Science Department. Classroom and online instruction of social sciences within the school including Psychology and Anthropology.
• Coordinator of Governor’s School of the Arts, Governor’s Scholars Program, and AP College Board for the school.
• Recruited and oversaw Drama Club in producing and executing two large performances for the community during the year.
• Mentored students in creating, designing, building, and running technical, behind the scenes, and audience engagement roles for multiple productions during a year, including an annual haunted experience and an annual dramatic production.

Director and Editor, Tri Lunar Productions

January, 2015 - Current

  • Director of Operations for Knoxville based production company.
  • Director of video projects, which include feature length films, independent short films, commercials, and media advertising.
  • Editor of video projects for the production company.
  • Proficient in Adobe suite including Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Photoshop.
Director and Editor, Tri Lunar Productions

January, 2015 - Current

  • Director of Operations for Knoxville based production company.
  • Director of video projects, which include feature length films, independent short films, commercials, and media advertising.
  • Editor of video projects for the production company.
  • Proficient in Adobe suite including Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Photoshop.
Probation Parole Officer, Tennesse Department of Corrections

September, 2014 - October, 2015

  • Supervised and maintained cases for 150+ offenders ranging from maximum to minimum supervision levels to mandate compliance with judicial orders of probation.
  • Maintained legal documents on all probation and parole offenders in the Campbell County area.
  • Conducted office visits and home visits to determine compliance with judicial orders and supervision standards and ensured public safety.
  • Worked in conjunction with law enforcement agencies to obtain and utilize arrest records, TBI DNA database, and NCIC checks for daily use.
  • Maintained firearms training and self-defense training to provide public safety and interagency protection during home visits and daily routine.
  • Attended and provided testimony in criminal proceedings regarding violations of probation and parole.
  • Investigated instances of criminal activity for 150+ offenders. Discussed, verified, and documented reports from employers, victims, and witnesses whenever necessary.
  • Wrote and issued warrants for violations of probation and parole.
  • Ensured the collection of supervision fees, court costs, and restitution.
Probation Parole Officer, Tennesse Department of Corrections

September, 2014 - October, 2015

  • Supervised and maintained cases for 150+ offenders ranging from maximum to minimum supervision levels to mandate compliance with judicial orders of probation.
  • Maintained legal documents on all probation and parole offenders in the Campbell County area.
  • Conducted office visits and home visits to determine compliance with judicial orders and supervision standards and ensured public safety.
  • Worked in conjunction with law enforcement agencies to obtain and utilize arrest records, TBI DNA database, and NCIC checks for daily use.
  • Maintained firearms training and self-defense training to provide public safety and interagency protection during home visits and daily routine.
  • Attended and provided testimony in criminal proceedings regarding violations of probation and parole.
  • Investigated instances of criminal activity for 150+ offenders. Discussed, verified, and documented reports from employers, victims, and witnesses whenever necessary.
  • Wrote and issued warrants for violations of probation and parole.
  • Ensured the collection of supervision fees, court costs, and restitution.
Master of Science - MS, Walden University

January, 2011 - January, 2013

Master of Science - MS, Walden University

January, 2011 - January, 2013

Family Advocate, The Center for Women and Families

January, 2007 - January, 2009

  • Provided emergency response, training, and conflict management to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Confidential documentation of sessions and monthly statistics.
  • Served as a liaison between community mental health, judicial and law enforcement agencies to ensure proper training on response to and interactions with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • Developed and implemented a Metro United Way grant funded Task Force to address issues of domestic violence and sexual abuse which included 36 agencies and National Speakers.
Family Advocate, The Center for Women and Families

January, 2007 - January, 2009

• Provided emergency response, training, and conflict management to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Confidential documentation of sessions and monthly statistics.
• Served as a liaison between community mental health, judicial and law enforcement agencies to ensure proper training on response to and interactions with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
• Developed and implemented a Metro United Way grant funded Task Force to address issues of domestic violence and sexual abuse which included 36 agencies and National Speakers.

Correctional Officer, Corrections Corp Of America

January, 2007 - January, 2007

Customer Service Representative, Lowe's Companies, Inc.

January, 2001 - January, 2003