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JAZMIN ONIRIS RAMIREZ

14 Saunders Street, Lawrence, MA 01841 | C: (978) 943-0516 E: jramirez@salemstate.edu

EDUCATION

Providence College, Providence, RI Salem State University, Salem, MA


B.S. in Sociology, Concentration in Spanish M.Ed. in Higher Education in Student Affairs
May 2016 Expected Graduation: May 2018

WORK EXPERIENCE

Salem State University Office of Residence Life & Community Standards, Salem, MA
Graduate Resident Director, Peabody Hall May 2017 – Present
• Directly supervise the day-to-day operations of a traditional first year area of 400+ students
• Manage building budget of $7,000
• Advise community council and manage a budget of $2000
• Hire, supervise and evaluate 12 Resident Assistants, 12 Desk Receptionists, 1 Mail Assistant and 1 Office Assistant
• Conduct weekly RA staff meetings and weekly 1:1 with student staff members in designated area
• Oversee programs that focus on our residential curriculum: Community, Leadership, Diversity and Wellness
• Supervise Faculty in Residence, and the coordination of programs on the importance of physical health once a month
• Create assessment tools for fall and winter student staff training to measure how effective training is for students
• Coordinate and organize the process for hall opening and closing throughout the academic year
• Facilitate all room changes using the Adirondack Housing Director software
• Serve as a conduct hearing officer with the ability to sanction from a warning to a residential ban
• Participant on a 24/7 on call duty rotation for Salem State University with 7,000 students

Stonehill College, Easton, MA September 2017 – Present


Graduate Intern
• Develop an UndocuAlly workshop
• Co-advise Radiant Inspirational Sisters Empowered (R.I.S.E.) dialogue-group and provide administrative support to
dialogue-group coordinators
• Develop an online resource portal designed to offer resources for Students of Color on campus
• Assist with the coordination of the 3rd Annual Latinx Festival for Hispanic Heritage Month
• Develop assessment tools for measuring success of heritage programs
• Create and execute passive programming on Transgender Day of Remembrance and plan a Vigil on campus
• Construct assessment rubric for the application process of Advocates for a Better Stonehill (ABS) Leadership Program

Salem State University Office of Residence Life & Community Standards, Salem, MA
Assistant Resident Director, Viking Hall July 2016 – May 2017
• Co-supervised the day-to-day operations of a sophomore suite style area of 350+ students
• Managed and planned student staff selection for nine different student positions
• Planned the interview day with leadership activities for student staff candidates
• Assisted in the planning of new hired student staff members Kick Off event
• Served on the Graduate Resident Director search committee

Residential Education Committee Member October 2016 – May 2017


• Reviewed and revised current residential education curriculum
• Assisted in the development and implementation of programming to address the needs of students in a diverse living-
learning environment
• Revamped the Faculty in Residence position, connected it to residential curriculum, and living learning communities

Mental Health Awareness Week Committee Co-Chair October 2016 – March 2017
• Organized the first Fresh Check Day on campus, a mental health awareness initiative with the Jordan Porco Foundation
• Oversaw the implementation of daily programs, i.e. The Art of Racial Trauma, QPR Training, Careers in Mental Health
• Facilitated weekly committee meetings of sub-committee heads
• Worked collaboratively with various departments across campus
• Chaired the sub-committee of advertising and marketing for all the events taking place on Mental Health Awareness
Week

California Polytechnic State University Housing, San Luis Obispo, CA


ACUHO-I Residential Life and Education Intern May 2017 – July 2017
• Assisted with closing of a traditional style building of 600+ students
• Developed a damage reduction and response protocol for damages in common area spaces of residence halls
• Reviewed Care Reports for final follow-ups before summer quarter
• Encoded assessment surveys for the lived experiences of students living in an apartment style residence hall
• Created lesson plans for Privilege Walk, Breast Cancer Awareness, Self Care, Diversity, and Gender Identity

Providence College Office of Residence Life, Providence, RI


Head Resident Assistant September 2014 – May 2016
• Served as a liaison between Hall Director and Resident Assistants
• Conducted five office hours per week in order to provide availability and support to student staff members and residents
• Met once a month with all Head Resident Assistants and the Director of Residence Life

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

NASPA
Graduate Associate Program (GAP) September 2017 – Present
Latinx/a/o Knowledge Community Mentorship Program Planning Committee October 2017 – Present
Ubuntu Institute & Region I Conference November 2017

PRESENTATIONS

“Lived Experiences of Undocumented Students on College Campuses” NASPA Region I New England Latinx Student
Leadership Conference, Fairfield University, March 2018.
“Healthy College Lifestyle 101” Winter Greek Life Leadership Training, Salem State University, January 2018.
“Ethical-Decision Making: The Stonehill Way” Think. Act. Lead. Planning Conference, Stonehill College, January 2018.
“Different People, Different Views: Uniting Through Diversity” Leadership Conference: Reclaiming our Campus Change
Makers, Salem State University, November 2017.

LEADERSHIP

Salem State University


• 2nd Annual Fresh Check Day Coordinator January 2018 – Present
• Housing Selection Planning Committee Member November 2017 – Present
• Student Staff Recognition Committee Chair November 2017- Present
• Women’s Leadership Conference Planning Committee Member January 2018 – March 2018

Providence College
• Organization of Latin American Students President April 2015 – May 2016
• Providence Immigrant Rights Coalition Co-Founder & Treasurer December 2015 – May 2016
• Providence Dreamer’s Mentoring Project Founder January 2016 – May 2016
• Friars Club Admissions Representative February 2015 – May 2016

SKILLS AND LANGUAGES

Languages: English, Spanish and basic conversation in American Sign Language


Strengths Quest: Positivity, Includer, Developer, Restorative, and Belief
Softwares: Maxient, Qualtrics, Adirondack, Presence, Canva, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel