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Kristin L.

Neff
Contact
Information

neffkris@gmail.com
neffkris@weebly.com
734-320-7007

Experience

Regional Sales Consultant


2011-present Superior Abrasive Products, Oxford, MI.

Extensive knowledge in metal cutting with an emphasis on CBN


and PCD inserts

Worked directly with Lead Engineers to problem solve tooling and


machining issues

Managed Global accounts with leaders in the manufacturing field

Designed, wrote, and created all marketing material for the CBN
tooling division, web and print based
Teacher
2010-2011 Jackson Community College, Jackson, MI.

Designed dynamic course work for diverse learners utilizing


PowerPoint, and Smart board technology to develop both content
knowledge and literacy skills

Implemented use of Google Applications and cloud based


collaboration tools

Directed lessons utilizing Skype technology


Teacher
2009-2010 Siena Heights University, Adrian, MI.

Designed and implemented course syllabus for Eng. 102, Freshman


Composition, developed lesson plans on writing and researching with
an emphasis on critical thinking
Designed and implemented course syllabus for Eng. 113, Introduction
to Literature, created lesson plans with the elements of Shakespearean
drama, poetry, narration, and fiction
Motivated students through enthusiastic teaching and creative lessons
using collaborative learning and technology

Realtor
2007-2009 Prudential Snyder and Co. Realtors, Ann Arbor, MI.
2004-2006 Edward Surovell Realtors, Ann Arbor, MI.

4 million in sales for 2007


Provided expert consultation to corporate employees on relocation
issues, achieving 100% capture rate on relocation listings
Implemented strategic marketing plans, which included creating
and maintaining databases to farm target areas
Created and maintained e-campaign, a marketing plan solely
targeting internet leads, leading to 1 million dollars in increased
sales for 2007

Kristin L. Neff
Teacher
2000-2003 Washtenaw Community College, Ann Arbor, MI.
Taught English 111, Freshman Comp, and Eng. 122, Argumentative
writing
Applied a wide range of strategies so students could comprehend,
interpret, evaluate, and appreciate texts to suit individual learning styles
Consistently above the overall college mean for student evaluations
Planned lessons to incorporate a multicultural classroom
Latchkey Supervisor and Coordinator,
1995-2000 Ann Arbor Public Schools, Ann Arbor, MI.

Education

Created an after-school program which included art and music


Received a grant from the State to fund new computers and computer
games
Trained and supervised a staff of five
Worked with a diverse population of students and parents

Bachelors Degree in Communication, Western Michigan University 1991


Bachelors Degree in English, Eastern Michigan University 1998
Certified in Metal Cutting at Tooling U, with completion of all 23 classes within the
Department
Masters Degree in English Studies for Teachers, Eastern Michigan University
Degree in progress
Michigan Teaching Certificate for English and Speech, Grades 7-12

Skills

Microsoft Word, iPad pages, PowerPoint, Excel experienced, Strong web based
research skills, Google for business, Google Docs, Smartboard