NadineNElhaj - Resume
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NADINE N. ELHAJ
145 W. Ronwood Street | Glendora, CA 91740 | 626-399-6529 | email@example.com
CORPORATE TRAI NI NG | ED UCATI ONAL CONS ULTI NG | BUS I NE S S PROFE S S I ONAL
Innovative, resourceful,andleadership-focused professional withdiverse experiencesinbringingnewinitiatives
into demanding and diverse environments. Capable of establishing relationships with students, customers, and
stakeholders, ensuring superior service delivery. Ability to implement complex projects through continual
communication, process enhancements, and a deadline-driven approach. Capable of overseeing strategic plans,
implementing resource management, completing documentation, and resolving daily challenges.
Curriculum Development Goal-Oriented Communication Skills
Data Analysis Team Collaborations Staff Supervision
Leadership Abilities Multiple Priority Management Resource Maximization
Project Management Process Enhancements Organizational Skills
Detail-Orientation Document Maintenance Mentoring and Coaching
InstructionalLearning Management Systems Blackboard, Moodle, Soft Chalk, WordPress, BlogSpot, Wikis
Social Media Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram
Software Applications Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Visio, Intuit QuickBooks
Corporate Software Travel and Expense Management Software (Concur), Travel
Booking Software (Egencia/SABRE), ADP, Adobe Creative Suite
PANDA RESTAURANT GROUP, Executive Assistant to Co-CEO 2012 – 2014
Spearheaded all administrative tasks for the office, including scheduling meetings and conference calls.
Served as the liaison between the Co-CEO and senior management as well as store management operators.
Organized all travel itineraries and transportation, including domestic and international business trips.
Developed standards for interacting with the press and media, preparing the Co-CEO for interviews.
Performed as an integral team member for the Panda Charitable Foundation, raising money for the annual
charity golf tournament. Coordinated event planning and recruited volunteer staff members.
Utilized detail-orientation and organizational skills to maintain the Co-CEO’s business and personal calendar.
GREEN DOT CORPORATION, Vendor Management Analyst 2011 – 2012
Worked closely with vendors, analyzing creditworthiness on Dun & Bradstreet, Standard& Poor’s, and Moody’s
vendor service levels.
Created Excel spreadsheets for business use, including tracking vendor review prioritization, contract signings,
and document due dates. Shared monthly data via PowerPoint decks during high-level meetings.
Coordinated new travel and expense management request for proposals. Collaborated with internal team
members to push projects forward, meeting all budgetary requirements and deadlines.
Implemented document gathering processes and procedures to assist with internal and external audits.
REAL ESTATE INVESTOR, Owner 2004 – 2007
Purchased and managed rental units throughout Southern California, establishing and marketing real estate for
purchase and lease, and coordinating advertising through diverse media channels.
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO SENIOR LEVEL EXECUTIVES 1989 – 2010
Built relationships with senior-level personnel, including the president, chief financial officer, chief operating
officer, general counsel, and vice president of human resources.
Coordinated meetings, planned all-day events, processed expense reports, implemented conference calls,
managed travel arrangements, and scheduled interviews for executive-level positions.
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CITRUS COLLEGE, ESL Instructor 2015 – Present
Create training and curriculum for a multi-skills setting, assessing students to ensure proper placement.
Introduce reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension in addition to focusing on accent reduction and
emphasizing proper pronunciation for all students.
Implement a conversational setting, providing an atmosphere that promotes an interactive group dynamic.
HACIENDA LA PUENTE ADULT SCHOOL, ESL Instructor 2015 – Present
Establish curriculum that integrates diverse aspects of language acquisition; deliver instruction to multi-level
class in several learning modalities, implementing unique approaches for students at all levels of learning.
Build multimedia components in presentations and lecture to stimulate student interest and participation.
Blend a variety of in-class instruction and activities with distance learning methodologies.
MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE, VESL Program Instructor 2014 – Present
Provide targetedinstruction in Microsoft Word and QuickBooks applications, answering student inquiries, and
encouraging a collaborative, forward-thinking, and positive learning environment.
Deliver troubleshooting for students struggling with keyboarding skills; assist higher-level students with
content development and appropriate formatting for presentations.
Partner with students to cultivate critical thinking skills and self-paced study skills.
Support curriculum through the creation of a blog with embedded YouTube videos to support curriculum.
Implement creative approaches to teaching, including the flipped classroom approach.
INSTRUCTOR POSITIONS 1996 – 2008
Served as an instructor at several locations, including Wescove Elementary School, San Jose Edison Academy
Charter School, Citrus College, PUENTE Learning Center, and JANNA Childcare (co-founder).
Conducted needs assessments and developed trainings based upon unique student needs.
Continually evaluated activities consistent with instructional design standards.
Gathered input and feedback from peers and subject matter experts, modifying curriculum as needed.
Developed new training programs and modified and improved existing programs.
Master of Arts – EducationalMultimedia (Anticipated Completion January 2016)
Cal Poly Pomona
Bachelorof Arts – English
Adult Education Teaching Credential in ESL, Office Occupations, SocialSciences, and Primary/Secondary Basic Skills
Commission on Teacher Credentialing
Career Technical Education Credential in Business/Finance and Information/Communication Technology
Commission on Teacher Credentialing
University of California – Los Angeles