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SUNY Empire State College (Business Accounting)
Empire State College (SUNY) (MBA)
Capella Uiniversity and Concordia College & University® (PhD)
I am a creative business leader with 27 plus years of management, financial and computer experience in Not-For-Profit and Corporative institutions. My background includes successful management of teams of business professionals. I have a strong work ethic and professional attitude emphasizing reliability, integrity, teamwork, and the willingness to work as hard as necessary to get the job done and on time. My educational background is as follows: BS Business Accounting, BA Professional Studies, major Management Information Systems, MBA Business Administration, and presently pursuing a PhD in Organizational Management and Technology, specializing in Leadership.
As a tutor, I will bring my experiences, skills, and education to the classroom/ learning center to with the students. I will use my mentorship capability to coach each student in the subject of his or her interest and concerns for a successful outcome. It takes a mentor to share knowledge to one student at a time in order to educate our world. I am a creative business leader with 27 plus years of management, financial and computer experience in Not-For-Profit and Corporative institutions. My background includes successful management of teams of business professionals.
Jennifer is very intelligent, patient,very open minded. She majors in business,computers ect. Which I'm interested in learning. I appreciated the positive input, i'M looking forward to working with
Jennifer to accomplish my goals as a business
Thank you Rondalyn for the great feedback and I am looking forward to with you on your business endeavors.
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I have over 15 years of experience tutoring, mentoring, and training students and co-workers in general computers, Microsoft Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint, and trouble shooting.
I have a diploma in Network Administration, and diploma in basic programming. Also, I am a certified trainer in general computer for my company.
I acted as a consultant for New York National Public Television - create and organize database files, import and export and link data using Excel, Outlook and Access producing the required reports.
My educational background is MBA Business Administration, BA Professional Studies, major Management Information Systems, BS Business Accounting, and presently pursuing my PhD in organizational management and technology.
Excel is a spreadsheet program that was developed by Microsoft. Each MS Excel file is known to most users as a workbook. Each workbook consists of one or more worksheets. Each worksheet is made up of rows and columns.
Because of its layout and widespread availability, it is often used as a tool to create and maintain a list. More seasoned users use it to store database records, create charts or graphs. A lot of organization uses excel to manage their budgets, business planning, customers records, business intelligence, analysis of sales data, customer data, performance dashboard, etc.
Excel is commonly used to manage data records and name lists for the following 3 reasons:
1. The preset layout allows users to create their tables on the fly. This means that users do not have to plan in advance on how the table should look like. The table is developed on the go as information is filled in.
2. Excel allows printing of tables based on the selection we made. Adding new columns and rows to the table is a breeze. What’s more, Microsoft Excel allows us to fit the table into one page irregardless of the number of columns we have. If the print out is too small, we can set to print the table into 2 or more pages. The ability to repeat the table header and left column label on every page of the printout make it one of the best tools for creating data list.
An even more attractive reason for using Excel to compile data list is its ability to sort the list and filter the listing like a database tool such as Microsoft Access.
I have certification in Microsoft Office and have used the application for over 20 years. I was also a computer and software trainer for my organization on subjects such as: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Access.
As a professional working in an organization, Outlook was used for daily tasks: composing, receiving and sending emails to managers, co-workers, and customers. Also, the use of calendar to track meetings, appointments, etc. and memos for business agendas.
I have experience in public speaking for approximately 20 years as a teacher, tutor, office representative at business meetings, and Sunday School teacher. Also, I am chapter President for Eastern Long Island, Suffolk, NY Professional Women (NAPW). As President of a group of 30 business women, I do share leadership skills, professionalism and networking.
I am educated in creative writing, and research and lately received my doctorate in Organizational Management/Leadership.
The Writing Section
The writing section measures a student’s ability to recognize and conform to the conventions of standard written English. This section consists of one student-written essay and multiple-choice questions. The multiple-choice questions carry a .25-point penalty for incorrect answers. The writing section contains three types of multiple-choice questions:
•Identifying Sentence Errors