N. GOLDEN T., MBA, MPA
Golden T. is currently an English Language Instructor, and Paralegal by profession.
Ms. T. has over 12 years' combined teaching experience to learners of different age levels. Since 2000, she has taught Bible lessons to elementary learners. In 2010, she started teaching paralegal studies in multiple subjects to college/adult learners at private colleges in California. In 2012, she taught English in China to high school and college learners and, from 2012 to 2013, she trained Spanish speaking language learners from ESPN Deportes in English for professional development.
Ms. T. has over 14 years of legal experience, of which 7 years are as a paralegal. She has worked directly, and through independent contracts with small law firms and multi-million corporations, such as the Los Angeles Superior Court; Southern California Edison (SCE); Meyers and McConnell Law Firm LLP; Sony Media, and Anshutz Entertainment Group AEG), Her multi-faceted experience includes Civil Litigation, Family Law, Employment Law, and Insurance Defense.
Ms. T. is currently obtaining a Master of Art degree in TESOL at University of Southern California (USC). She is a graduate of Walden University with a Master’s in Business Administration with specialization in Human Resources, and a Master’s in Public Administration. She is also a graduate of El Camino College School of Paralegal Studies with an ABA-Approved Paralegal Certificate, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from University of Phoenix.
Ms. T. has been involved in community outreach with nonprofit organizations and government agencies since 2007. She has since been serving as board member for the Human Resources Board with the City of Lawndale in Lawndale, California, writing statements of claims and defenses for the City Manager regarding employees’ disciplinary actions. She was also a workshop instructor at Harriett Buhai Family Law Center, teaching and counseling to clients on the preparation of legal documents and administrative policies and procedures of the Los Angeles Superior Court.
Ms. T., for 3 years, has been selected as a mentor by University of Phoenix for undergraduates which, results in successfully coaching them in their professional developments in business management.
Ms. T. has recently become a member with the California Teachers of Speakers of Other Languages (CATESOL). She has been a member with the Los Angeles Paralegal Association (LAPA) for 7 years, having served on the Newsletter Committee and, has been a member with the Los Angeles Country Bar Association (LACBA) for 5 years.
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