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The Acupuncture Newsletter

July 2018

Vicki (Jessop) Irwin Lic. Ac., MAc, Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM)
Acupuncture Center of Southern NH
71 Spit Brook Road, Suite 407
Nashua, NH 03060
603-589-9805

Oriental Medicine for Injury Rehab and Relief

After sustaining an injury, the healing process goes through two stages. The first is called the acute stage and is characterized by redness, swelling, inflammation and pain. The second is the chronic stage in which a patient may experience pain only when overusing the injured body part. Noticeable signs of inflammation may be nonexistent or minimal. In general, acute stages last from a few days to about three weeks, at which point any residual problems and pain are considered to have reached the chronic stage.

Physical trauma resulting from accidents, post-operative conditions, labor, disease or other causes requires different treatment for each stage of convalescence. Acupuncture and Oriental medicine provide a comprehensive treatment from the very beginning of an injury throughout recovery. To help rehabilitate a patient and provide pain relief after an injury, a practitioner may have to resolve a condition known as blood stasis.

Blood stasis, according to acupuncture and Oriental medicine, occurs when the flow of blood slows down and blood begins to congeal. The pain associated with this condition is fixed, sharp and with clear boundaries. This means the pain does not change locations and can be located precisely by the patient.

A good example of blood stasis is a bruise on the leg. Judging by the color changes on the skin, unpleasant sensations and perhaps some puffiness, it is evident the leg endured a physical trauma. All evidence points to an eruption of blood vessels resulting in a small, visible pool of blood.

For a patient contending with the aftermath of an injury, getting back on one's feet again may take a variety of modalities to provide pain relief and help in regaining full mobility and range of motion in the injured area.

If you have suffered physical trauma and still experience pain or other symptoms as you enter the chronic stage of recovery call for an appointment today!

 

Boost Your Fitness and Sports Performance

When a top athlete like Kobe Bryant tweets a picture of acupuncture needles in his leg, you know it's time to consider how acupuncture and Oriental medicine can help improve your sports performance. All athletes and coaches are involved in an ongoing search for ways to improve performance and gain a competitive edge over their rivals. Many are finding that acupuncture can often provide that edge.

From moving more fluidly to recovering from an injury, acupuncture and Oriental medicine can help you to stay active, boost your fitness level, and recover more quickly. By following the principles of Oriental medicine, an acupuncture treatment can strengthen body function and restore internal harmony and balance. Professional sports teams and top athletes often have an acupuncturist on staff to treat injuries and keep them performing at their peak.

Practitioners of Oriental medicine can help athletes, or even the amateur "weekend warrior," in many ways. In addition to acupuncture, tight, stiff muscles may be helped by manual techniques such as cupping, a suction-based massage, and Gua Sha, a Chinese form of friction massage. In 2011, researchers at the University of Duisburg-Essen found that Gua Sha was effective at treating chronic pain and muscle stiffness in the lower back. In India, researchers from Majeedia Hospital found cupping helped to reduce pain, inflammation, and muscle stiffness in patients diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis. Cupping also improved blood supply to the area and simulated light exercise, leading to increased muscle flexibility in the region, researchers explained.

Some of the best Olympic athletes incorporate acupuncture into their wellness programs. China's 7 foot 6 inch basketball center, Yao Ming, used acupuncture and Oriental medicine to help him recover after undergoing surgery on his ankle. Chinese swimmer, Wang Qun, was photographed doing some last minute
training in Beijing with round marks on her back from cupping.

Call today to see how acupuncture and Oriental medicine can help you meet your fitness goals and assist in recovering from an injury!

 

Want Less Pain and a Faster Recovery?

Acupuncture is well known for its effectiveness in reducing most types of pain, including pain from sports-related injuries due to trauma, or overuse syndromes involving the musculoskeletal system and its soft tissues. Trauma to these soft tissues, including ligaments, tendons and muscles are generally the result from a fall, blow, sprain/strain, collision, compression, or disruption of the healing process due to inflammation.

Due to its broad range of applications, acupuncture can be used during any of the phases of the injury healing process. Acupuncture and Oriental medicine may be used to help decrease swelling, spasms and inflammation, in addition to assisting in pain management, increasing range of motion and promoting healing.

The focus is not only to treat the injury, but also to treat any underlying conditions that may predispose an individual to injuries. This is especially important when treating chronic or recurrent injuries that interfere with life activities or athletic performance.

Acupuncture helps reduce pain and enable activity for athletes experiencing Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS), Plantar Fasciitis, ankle sprain, and soft tissue adhesion, according to the Acupuncture Research Resource Center (UK).

In a study that covered a range of injuries and acupuncture techniques, researchers found that the underlying diagnostic principles of Oriental medicine could be useful for treating sports injuries.

Researchers at the University of Tokyo found that administering acupuncture above a healthy Achilles tendon led to increased blood flow and oxygen supply to the region, which indicates that this treatment could also help an injured tendon to heal.

Furthermore, athletes with chronic rotator cuff tendinitis who received acupuncture experienced significantly less pain, according to a study from the University of Heidelberg.

 

Strengthening Exercises to Reduce Chance of Injury

One of the best ways to wake up is by giving your arms a great big stretch in the morning, and if you can get on your feet and throw your whole body into it, all the better. Deep stretches are an excellent way to stimulate blood flow and invigorate your body and mind. Not only do they feel good, but they can also be performed as strengthening exercises and help reduce the chance of repetitive stress injuries.

Repetitive stress injuries come in many different forms. A soccer player may contend with tendonitis in the knee from relentlessly kicking the ball across the field. A janitor may feel the pain of bursitis in the shoulders from mopping floors all day. Even sitting in an office for eight hours and typing may cause a person discomfort in the hands and arms, plus pain in the lower back from being sedentary for extended periods of time.

There are many benefits to stretching, even before a problem sets in. One may expect an improvement in posture, a reduction in stiffness from under-used muscles, and an increased flow of blood and oxygen to the brain. Perhaps one of the best ways to counter the effects of repetitive activities is through the practice of tai chi.

This style of exercise is flowing, rhythmic and meditative. The pace is usually slow to moderate. Some may even say those practicing look like they are engaged in a well-choreographed slow-motion dance. In China today, many people, some well into their golden years, can be found openly practicing tai chi in the local parks. Often, it is performed as a group activity, creating a supportive social environment as well.

Tai chi movements are very structured and coordinate with the breath to bring about a more tranquil state of mind. The gentle, continuous flow of the movements is well-suited for people of all different athletic ability. However, there are many common stretches that can also be safely performed at home if tai chi instruction is not readily available.

To help achy or tired arms and hands, try this finger stretch. Start by extending your arm in front of you, with your palm facing outwards. Spread your fingers and gently, one by one, pull each finger delicately toward your body. Spend a few seconds massaging each one if you feel inclined. When finished, wring out
your hands by giving them a good shake.

Another good way to loosen up tension in the hands and forearms is to do the wrist stretch. Simply tap the insides of your wrists together 8 times and then do the same for the outsides of your wrists. Your fingers should be pointing upwards during the inner wrist move, and conversely, they will be dangling upside down for the outer move.

The shoulders may need some attention and loosening up, as they tend to become stressed without us even realizing it. Every couple of hours or so, take a few minutes to engage in shoulder rolls. Lift your shoulders as high as they will go while leaving the rest of your arms relaxed. Roll the shoulders forward three to four times, and then roll them backwards three to four times.

Sometimes life gets busy and it's easy to forget ourselves as we delve into a project or work. Setting an alarm for every hour can help you remember to bring attention to those body parts which absorb stress easily. For many, these include the shoulders, jaw and lower back.

If reaching a level of physical comfort is proving to be difficult, call today for an appointment.

 

 

In This Issue

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Oriental Medicine for Injury Rehab and Relief

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Boost Your Fitness and Sports Performance

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Want Less Pain and a Faster Recovery?

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Strengthening Exercises to Reduce Chance of Injury

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Acupuncture Enhances Endurance Athletics Performance

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Injury Prevention and Healing

Acupuncture Enhances Endurance Athletics Performance

Many people realize the value of acupuncture and Oriental Medicine to treat sports injuries, but did you know that it can enhance athletic performance?

In 2010, a German practitioner of acupuncture and Oriental Medicine specializing in sports injuries conducted a scientific study to measure how acupuncture affects a runner’s performance. The research paper "Improved Performance in Endurance Sports through Acupuncture" appeared in the German medical publication Sportverletz Sportschaden.

The study included 3 groups of participants, all of whom were runners. One group received acupuncture, another received placebo acupuncture treatments, while the last group did not undergo any treatment at all.

For the trial, all the participants ran a distance of 5 kilometers once a week for a total of 4 weeks. At the start of the study the maximum pulse rates were taken for each runner. Their pulse rates were taken again right after finishing the run and 1, 2 and 5 minutes later.

The pulse rates for each runner were then multiplied with their respective maximum rate. This new figure is what is known as the complexity factor. These calculations provided the basis on which the researcher could draw reliable conclusions.

While all 3 groups demonstrated positive results, it was the acupuncture group which displayed “highly significant” results in the area of athletic fortitude.

Those lucky enough to be in this group yielded the most significant improvement in their running times and complexity factors. Thus, the researcher concluded definitively that acupuncture increases athletic performance in the domain of endurance sports.

Source: Benner, S., & Benner, K. (2010). Verbesserung der Leistungsfähigkeit durch Akupunktur im Ausdauersport. Sportverletzung · Sportschaden, 24(03), 140-143. doi:10.1055/s-0029-1245406

Injury Prevention and Healing

Fitness clubs across the country are full of enthusiastic individuals giving it their all to get fit or drop a few pounds. Unfortunately, trying to do too much too quickly can result in a painful price.

Common sports injuries treated by acupuncture and Oriental medicine include pulled muscles, neck pain, shoulder impingement, tennis elbow, lower back strain, pulled groin, hamstring strain, runner's knee, shin splints, ankle sprain, tendinitis, and foot pain.

Treatment for a sports injury with acupuncture and Oriental medicine has two objectives:

1. Reduce pain and inflammation of the injured area.

There is evidence that acupuncture can aid healing and resolution of injuries, including reducing pain, increasing local micro-circulation and attracting white blood cells to the area (both of which speed the healing rate), and aid dispersal of swelling and bruising.

2. Prevent further injuries and enhance athletic performance.

The best way to approach a fitness program without causing injury is to avoid diving in. Instead, take it slow and get the joints and muscles you haven't used in a while ready to be used again.

If you suffer a setback in your fitness routine, call today for more information about treatment options

Job Opening at ServPro

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As a valued SERVPRO® Franchise employee, you will receive a competitive pay rate, with opportunity to learn and grow.

 

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Position Requirements

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  • Basic math skills
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  • Ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds regularly, occasionally up to 100 pounds with assistance
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Meet Atty Jim Silva of Eno Martin Donahue LLP

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Attorney Jim Silva, an associate at EMD, is a business and intellectual property attorney focused on helping people form and build businesses to achieve their dreams. In particular, he advises clients on strategies to protect and monetize their ideas, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets. With a patient teacher mentality, he will work closely with you, explaining every aspect of your matter along the way to ensure you are well-informed and comfortable with our legal strategy. 

Attorney Silva is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and New York. Additionally, he is licensed to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Jim has practiced law for nearly 20 years and was an Adjunct Professor at the University of New Hampshire School of Law (formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center) where he taught business law and municipal law.

“I know that entrepreneurs and small business owners sometimes don’t address their legal needs because they lack the resources to hire an experienced attorney. This can be a fatal mistake, so I am committed to keeping legal costs affordable so my clients can protect their assets and monetize their innovations. Whenever feasible, I charge a one-time fixed fee instead of an hourly rate. This creates predictability for all involved so together we can focus on growing your business.”

Contact Jim about helping yu and your business! 

Phone: 1-866-848-5585 | Email: [email protected]

PARADIGM ACQUIRES NASHUA’S ENNIS PLUMBING & HEATING

Manchester, NH. Paradigm Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning Inc. has acquired Ennis Plumbing and Heating, which has been in the Nashua area since the 1970s, spanning three generations of the Ennis family, including Mathew Ennis, Sr., Mathew Ennis Junior, and Mathew Ennis III. Matt Ennis III notes, “After the loss of my father I searched for the right company to help me serve my valued customers the way they deserve. Paradigm is the best fit.”

Steve Labbe, President of Paradigm Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning Inc. commented, “We look forward every day to helping the community. Matt will continue servicing all Ennis customers, and be able to share additional resources and services offered through our joint effort and expertise at Paradigm.”

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Photos: Steve Labbe and Matt Ennis III
Matt Ennis I, II, and III

Meet Terry Cappuccio of My MAD Packers

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Terry Cappuccio and her team want to help you Move smart before you move!

My MAD Packers provides move management and packing services for residential and commercial clients. They are the experienced, informative and knowledgeable resource for all your relocation needs. 

When you hire Terry you are taking a major step toward a successful move. She personally sits down with you to understand what your needs are. Then she hires and supervises the best movers for you and solves any problems you have. She helps take the pressure off in this stressful time. 

Whether a commercial office move, Senior Move Management, Employee Relocations, if your moving to upgrade or downsize, Terry is ready to help. She has vital information regarding your estimate, negotiating rates, insurance options and choosing a mover. She also has affordable packing services, plus industry knowledge combined our cost saving tips. 

Are you going somewhere? Call Terry! Visit My MAD Packers website to see a list of all the things they can do for you!

Phone: 781-985-6574 Email: [email protected] | Website: http://www.mymadpackers.com/

 

Resume for Joyce Welton

Joyce Welton

Content Creator

 

603.325.0106

[email protected]

New Boston, NH 03070

LinkedIn.com/in/Joyce-Welton-Writer


Superior Writing & Editing Skills | Creative Branding | Imaginative | Collaborative | Efficient Self-Starter

 

Professional Experience

Senior Copywriter | Herrington Catalog

January 2014 – January 2018 (company closed)

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Produced original content for 15 annual print catalogs, digital and B2C communications

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Created over 1,500 engaging stories highlighting distinguished products, driving inbound marketing

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Improved branding and sales retention by inventing unique, appealing product names

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Conducted comprehensive research to educate demographic and present welcome solutions 

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Developed over 300 SEO title tags and descriptions; greatly improved organic search results

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Collaborated daily with buyers, graphic designer, photographers and management

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Initiated 'Thank You' offer inserts; resulted in $105K additional sales in first 4 months

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Developed Herrington Style Guide for greater consistency throughout multi-channel marketing

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Never missed a deadline

 

Freelance Writer & Editor | Self-Employed

July 2008 – December 2013

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Copywriting/Proofreading/Editing services for B2B agency and direct clients

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Content creation for NH CEBIS (former employer)

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Authored novel for the Young Adult market

 

Project Coordinator NH CEBIS | SERESC

August 2005 – June 2008

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Managed implementation of Positive Behavior program (PBIS) for participating NH PreK-12 schools

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Dramatically increased work efficiency and analysis capability via online registration system

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Initiated visual marketing program to promote PBIS at conferences

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Managed grant-funded $100K+ budget; provided analysis and reports to directors

 

Curriculum Enrichment Coordinator (PTA Volunteer) | New Boston Central School

September 1998 – June 2005

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Initiated and managed series of enrichment programs to complement and enhance K–6 student curriculum

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Coordinated scheduling and performance requirements with school staff; kept detailed financial records and presented monthly updates to PTA board and members


 


 

 

Technology

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MS Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint

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Constant Contact, Survey Monkey

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Adobe Photoshop

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Social Media (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube)

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HubSpot Inbound Certified (May 2018)

 

 

Education

B.S. Marketing Management — Bentley University

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Concentration in International Business

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V.P. of Bentley Marketing Association; Editor of monthly newsletter

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Languages: German, French

 

Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications (2018 Coursework)

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Social Media for Business

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PR & Marketing in the 21st Century

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Writing News Releases

 

 

Community Service

New Hampshire Jump$tart Coalition

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Annual golf tournament volunteer

 

Goffstown High School

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Costume creator and co-designer for 8 musical productions including Phantom of the Opera, winner of Best of New Hampshire award from NH Magazine

Meet Brian Boucher of Boucher And Son Remodeling, LLC

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Brian Boucher knows how scary and heartbreaking it can be when disaster strikes and damages your home. For this reason Boucher and Sons Remodeling: Disaster Resoration makes you, the customer, priority #1. Well renowned throughout the MA and NH area. Brian's team is up for every job, managing projects with the skill and experience clients have come to expect. 

Boucher and Son offers a wide range of disaster restoration services that include Water, Fire, and Mold Restoration, as well as odor removal and structural work relating to disaster restoration. Boucher and Sons has the most extensive experience around in cleaning and repairing fire damaged properties and dealing with insurance claims.

Water damage from a burst pipe or simple water heater failure? Brian and his team will be there to dry it out using special fans, dehumidifiers, and drying science. 

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Contact Brian to learn more about our incredible staff and how they can help you!

Phone: 978-569-0936 | Email: [email protected] | Website: https://www.boucherandson.com/

 

 

Resume for Zachary Irish

Zachaary Irish

21 Waltham Drive, Nashua, NH 03060 | (603) 777-7670 | zacharyirish@gmail.com | www.linkedin.com/in/zacharyirish/

 

Summary                    Ten years of progressive, professional experience in Higher Education Student Affairs, including management of professionals, planning and execution of strategic initiatives, and directing day-

to-day operations.  A professional who takes advantage of collaborative opportunities and able to work independently in a fast-paced environment.

 

Skills

Staff Supervision and Training

Cultivates and fosters relationships

 

Initiative and Program Development

Organization

 

Emergency and Crisis Management

Communication

 

Leadership Development

Collaboration

Policy and Procedure Development and Revision

 

Work Experience       Dean of Campus Living                                                           July 2016 May 2018 (closed)

Mount Ida College, Newton, MA

Private four-year professional studies institution: 1500 students

 

· Report to the Vice President of Student Affairs

· Manage the Office of Campus Living, comprised of the housing, residence life, and community standards operations of the College

· Supervise 3 mid-level managers and indirectly supervise 3 entry-level professionals and 27 student staff

· Cultivate and foster relationships with other departments across campus

· Collaborate and communicate with other staff on projects to further the mission of the institution

· Adjudicate higher level student conduct cases and communicate difficult news to students and families

· Review and revise departmental policies and standard operating procedures

· Recruit, hire, onboard, and train professional staff in the Office of Campus Living

· Problem solve and create action plans to navigate challenging situations

· Serve on the Colleges CARE (Behavioral Intervention) Team

· Serve on the Colleges on-call rotation

· Teach a section of the first year seminar course

· Managed the budget for the Office of Campus Living

· Organized, proposed, and executed a departmental re-organization in Summer 2017

 

Director of Community Standards                                                          Feb 2015-June 2016

Mount Ida College, Newton, MA

Private four-year professional studies institution: 1500 students

 

· Report to the Assistant Dean for Campus Living

· Coordinate all student conduct procedures on campus

· Communicate difficult news to students and families

· Review and revise Student Handbook policies annually

· Provide ongoing training to professional and student staff

· Recruit and train faculty and staff to hear higher level conduct cases

· Cultivate and foster relationships with other departments across campus

· Collaborate and communicate with other staff on projects to further the mission of the institution

· Collaborate with the Director of Equity Compliance, Campus Police and General Counsel to provide the most succinct process and create best practices for investigations and adjudication

· Problem solve and create action plans to navigate challenging situations


21 Waltham Drive, Nashua, NH 03060 | (603) 777-7670 | zacharyirish@gmail.com | www.linkedin.com/in/zacharyirish/

 

Assistant Director of Student Life                                                           Dec 2011- Feb 2015

Daniel Webster College, Nashua, NH

Private four-year STEM institution: 650 students

 

· Report directly to the Dean of Students

· Served as the Chief Housing, including occupancy management of all College housing

· Coordinated all Student Conduct procedures on campus

· Supervised a graduate student and student staff

· Cultivate and foster relationships with other departments across campus

· Collaborate and communicate with other staff on projects

· Reviewed and revised Student Handbook Policies Annually

· Managed programming and engagement efforts for residential and commuter students

· Served as the Chairperson for the Colleges Retention Committee

· Managed the budget for Housing and Residence Education

· Assisted with the Colleges social media pages on Facebook and Twitter

· Served on the Colleges Emergency/Crisis Response Team and On-Call rotation

· Assisted with planning and implementation of large scale campus-wide programming

· Developed online and classroom curriculum and taught the freshmen seminar course

 

Area Coordinator                                                                                   July 2010- Nov 2011

Saint Anselm College, Manchester, NH

Private, Catholic affiliated, four-year liberal arts institution: 2000 students

 

Resident Director                                                                                    July 2008-June 2010

Saint Anselm College, Manchester, NH

Private, Catholic affiliated, four-year liberal arts institution: 2000 students

 

Education                    Master of Science; Higher Education Administration                                              June 2010

New England College; Henniker, NH

 

Bachelor of Arts; History, Society, and Culture                                                      May 2008

Colby-Sawyer College; New London, NH

 

State and Regional     Boston Area College Housing Association (BACHA) Involvement                Secretary, 2017-present

 

Northeast Association of College and Universities Housing Officers

Risk Management and Legal Issues Committee Member, 2016-2017

ME/NH District Coordinator, 2011-2013

 

Residence Life Association of the Granite State (RLAGS)

President, 2010-2011 and 2013-2014

President-Elect, 2012-2013

Constitution Chair, 2010

 

Conference                 SGA Leadership Retreat, Presenter, Colby-Sawyer College, Jan. 2016 and Sept. 2014

Presentations/             Student Conduct Board Training, Presenter, Rivier University, November 2014

Published Articles       Helping Hands: Developing Leadership Opportunities, NEACUHO Newsletter September 2012

 

Technology                 Microsoft Office 2010- Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook

Competencies              Symplicity Database Products Advocate and Residence

Campus Information Systems- Ellucian Power Campus, SCAN, and Jenzabar

 

References                  Professional references are available upon request

Have You Met My Friend Elaine Saunders of Dynamic Introductions Dating?

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