NAOMI
 KRANZ
 TSAI
 
phone:
 253.632.8008
 
 email:
 tsain@sas.upenn.edu
 
 website:
 naomitsai.org
...
 
University
 of
 Washington
 Summer
 Youth
 Program,
 summer
 of
 2012
 and
 2013
 
Group
 Leader...
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Resume - Naomi

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  • 1. NAOMI  KRANZ  TSAI   phone:  253.632.8008    email:  tsain@sas.upenn.edu    website:  naomitsai.org       EDUCATION       University  of  Pennsylvania,  Philadelphia,  Pennsylvania   September  2011  to  Present,  Anticipated  Graduation  Date:  May  2015   English  Major  with  an  emphasis  in  creative  writing,  3.81  GPA   Honors:  Dean’s  List  2011-­‐2012   Auburn  Mountainview  High  School,  Auburn,  Washington     Class  of  2011,  4.0  GPA   Honors:  Summa  Cum  Laude,  2011  Washington  Scholar       WORK  EXPERIENCE     Kelly  Writers  House,  May  2014  to  Present   CURF  Summer  Intern  &  Founding  Editor  of  The  Bell:  Propose  and  develop  a  new  literary   magazine  for  7-­‐12th  grade  Philadelphia  writers  and  artists.  Design  and  code  the  magazine’s   website,  create  promotional  materials,  manage  social  media  outlets,  recruit  staff  members,   read  and  respond  to  submissions  and  engage  in  community  outreach  to  encourage  students   to  submit  to  the  magazine.       W.S.  Jones  &  Associates,  April  2014  to  Present   Freelance  Editor/Consultant:  Edit  and  write  content  for  brochures,  flyers,  and  all  online   marketing.  Design  and  send  out  email  blasts  to  insurance  agents.       Marks  Family  Writing  Center,  January  2012  to  Present   Writing  Tutor:  Offer  feedback  and  guidance  to  University  of  Pennsylvania  students   regarding      writing  assignments  or  personal  statements.  Visit  classes  to  promote  the  writing   center.  Attended  intensive,  semester-­‐long  seminar  on  writing  pedagogy,  peer  tutoring,  and   the  revision  process.     Best  in  Class  Education  Center,  September  2013  to  December  2013   English  Teacher:  Taught  group  classes  on  grammar,  reading  comprehension,  essay  writing   and  vocabulary.       Netter  Center  Evaluation  Team,  September  2011  to  April  2013   Research  Assistant:    Worked  with  Eagles  Youth  Partnership  to  evaluate  the  success  and   effectiveness  of  the  Eagles  Playground  Build  for  disadvantaged  Philadelphia  schools.  Took   ethnographic  notes,  wrote  literature  reviews,  conducted  focus  groups  and  principal  and   student  surveys,  coded  qualitative  data,  and  managed  pedometer  studies.
  • 2.   University  of  Washington  Summer  Youth  Program,  summer  of  2012  and  2013   Group  Leader:  Responsible  for  up  to  twenty-­‐three  elementary  and  middle  school  age   students.  Assisted  instructors  in  running  green  energy  and  geology-­‐related  projects  and   lessons;  led  recreational  activities.     Kumon  Learning  Center,  July  2009  to  August  2011   Junior  Kumon  Instructor:  Directed  Junior  Kumon  Program,  assisted  students  ages  three  to   seven  in  reading  and  math  assignments  and  enrichment  activities,  evaluated  students  and   tailored  the  program  to  meet  individual  needs.   Reading  Program  Assistant:  Supervised  reading  program,  assisted  students  ages  six  to  nine   in  oral  reading  worksheets,  encouraged  students  in  positive  reading  habits,  increased   retention  rate  of  reading  program.         COMMUNITY  SERVICE     Seneca  International,  February  2014  to  Present   Web/Graphic  Designer:  Create  posters  and  promotional  graphics  for  events,  design  and   update  website,  and  manage  social  media  outlets  and  website  content.     TIMBA,  January  2014  to  May  2014   Tutor:  Lead  reading  and  writing  groups  weekly  with  West  Philadelphia  elementary  school   children  from  the  West  African  diaspora.       Neighborhood  House  Association  Tutoring  Center,  July  2010  to  June  2011   Tutor:  Directed  reading  program,  assisted  students  who  live  in  low-­‐income  housing  with   homework  and  skill  building  projects.     MISC  (Musicians  In  Support  against  Cancer)  Benefit  Concert,  2010  to  2011   Founder:  Delegated  responsibilities,  held  auditions,  organized  rehearsals,  advertised  and   sold  tickets,  performed  electric  fiddle  in  concert,  raised  over  $2000  for  Seattle  Cancer  Care   Alliance.

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