Sie sind auf Seite 1von 1

OLIVIA OLIVER

EDUCATION
Texas A&M University Bachelor of Arts in English May 2018
Honors: cum laude
Major GPR: 3.8
Cumulative GPR: 3.6
HONORS
 Phi Beta Kappa Member May 2018
 University Honors Fellow May 2018
 Departmental Honors in English May 2018
 Undergraduate Research Scholar April 2017
 Valedictorian Scholarship Recipient August 2015

ACTIVITIES
Explorations: The Texas A&M Undergraduate Journal – Senior Editor September 2015 – May 2018
 Edited articles of interdisciplinary subject matter from undergraduate authors for publication
 Trained new editors in standards for editorial requirements and recruitment tactics

Pre-Law Society – Member September 2015 – May 2018


 Networked with practicing lawyers, law school deans, and fellow students

Wine to Water – Member September 2017 – May 2018


 Volunteered in building sustainable water filtration systems and educating public about the water crisis
 Coordinated efforts to aid in hurricane relief after Hurricane Harvey

EXPERIENCE
Ajilon – Associate; Arlington, VA June 2018 – Present
 Provide administrative support for businesses in need of professional and resourceful assistance

LAUNCH Office – Student Assistant; College Station, TX April 2017 – May 2018
 Managed and helped facilitate the Freshmen Seminars for the University Honors Program
 Recommended improvements and edited curriculum implemented for the University Honors Program
 Evaluated assigned material and responses from students participating in the Seminars

Archdiocese for the Military Services – Legal and Advancement Intern; Washington D.C. June 2017 – August 2017
 Assisted in forming fundraising campaigns and donor outreach programs
 Attended Senate subcommittee meetings to advocate for Archdiocese statements responding to political action and policy

Undergraduate Research Program – Research Assistant/Researcher; College Station, TX August 2016 - May 2017
 Conducted interviews to collect oral histories from War on Terror veterans and active service members
 Edited website content and displays for the research project titled: After Combat: The Voices Project
 Studied literature, as well as oral histories of veterans from 2004 to present, to compose an Undergraduate Thesis
 Thesis: Dehumanization in War and Combat: Rhetoric and Practice

Ajilon – Professional Staffer; Arlington, VA June 2016 – August 2016


 Collaborated and assisted on insurance and record coding project
 Preformed data collection and updated healthcare plans during a sales project for Evolent Health

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languages: Conversational in Spanish