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Sakile Braithwaite-Hall

Experienced Project Supervisor and researcher with a demonstrated history of working in


Profile the education management industry. Possess strong operational skills and knowledge of
Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Organizational Development, Social
Media, and Research.
I desire a professional opportunity that will allow me to explore the educational landscape
and expand my skill set to support and impact the educational and quality efforts for
children and their families. I intend to use my abilities to contribute to an environment that
works to advocate for the educational rights of children, with attention and connection to
the social-emotional and culturally responsible well-being of children and families.

340-201-0462 - sakilebhall@gmail.com - P.O Box 302037, St. Thomas VI 00803

Experience
 Match Education // August 2017 – June 2018
Match AmeriCorps Tutor, Hyde Park Massachusetts
Completed over 1,700 hours of direct service at an elementary school for students in grades K-5th. Taught weekly
math lesson plans and strategies to students in small group tutorial sessions and participated in curriculum
aligned supports for students. Additionally, assisted with administrative duties for teachers and staff throughout
the school on a daily basis.

 Eastern Caribbean Center // January 2017 – August 2017


Research Temporary Employee, St. Thomas VI
Worked as temporary research personnel engaging in grant support, assessing materials utilized for island wide
circulation, organizing and inputting data, assisting with administrative and technical needs for projects,
publications, and UVI Research day organizational needs.

 Eastern Caribbean Center // October 2015 – November 2016


Project Supervisor/Research Assistant of Virgin Islands Partners for Early Success Research
Grant, St. Thomas USVI
Collected observational data in childcare centers throughout the Virgin Islands, based on received training and
certification of observational instruments. Monitored work of research assistants and coordinated scheduling of
data collection and project-related activities. Participated in trainings, meetings, and seminars related to data
collection and other project related issues. Assisted in problem-solving and organizational efforts with Principal
Investigator and Program Coordinator.

 Jumpstart // September 2013 – December 2013


Corps Member, Spelman College
Assisted with various activities in early learning centers, supporting reading, social, growth & development
skills in a classroom of 15-20 children ages 4-5 years old.

 Office of Childcare and Regulatory Service, DHS // August 2012 – August 2013
Summer Intern, St. Thomas USVI
Assisted with office work and traveled on fieldwork experiences to surrounding daycare and early learning
centers. Worked on obtaining and solidifying a substantial research grant for the territory with regards to quality
of early childhood education within the U.S Virgin Islands funded by the Office of Planning Research and
Evaluation of the Administration for Children and Families

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Education
Northeastern University, Boston MA // April 2017 – Present
Candidate for Master’s in Education degree concentration in Learning and Instruction
Course Work: Education as an Advanced Field of Study | Culture, Power, Equity, and Influence | Critical and Creative
Thinking | Policy and Leadership | Assessment in Education | Digital and Media Literacy | Introduction to Language and
Linguistics | Issues in Education: College Readiness | Adaptive Learning and Behavior Management | Globalization of
Education | Capstone
Spelman College, Atlanta GA // May 2015
Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology
Danish Institute of Study Abroad: Copenhagen, Denmark // January 2014 - May 2014
Minor: Education Studies | GPA: 3.78 | Magna Cum Laude
Honors & Awards: Dean’s List, Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, Golden Key International Honor Society,
National Honor Society of Collegiate Scholars, National Honor Society of Leadership and Success, President’s
Volunteer Service Award, Psi Chi Honor Society

Additional Leadership Experience


• Child Defender Fellowship // Present
Fellow, Children’s Defense Fund
Accepted as a fellow to gain critical knowledge on policy and legislation, learn about the history and tactics of
nonviolent organizing, and practice using these tools within one’s community. Training and supervision will be
provided by CDF directors, expert community organizers, and national team members in Washington D.C
through bi-weekly, online session from October 2018 to April 2019.
• Island Vibes Summer Camp // August 2018
Staff Member – St. Thomas, USVI
Assisted in leading and implementing core and non-core activities and experiences for children ages 3-11 in a
small group setting. Responsible for the general safety, supervision, skill achievement, and growth of camp
participants.
• Havana Blue Restaurant // June 2010 – August 2016
Host/Seater/Server – St. Thomas, USVI
Coordinated reservations with seating plan for high volume four-star restaurant. Facilitated customer requests
and trained and provided direction/guidance for seaters.
• Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls // August 2014 – December 2014
Residential Fellow, South Africa
Supervised and monitored daily duties within the residential building for 58 girls ages 12-16, planned monthly
social activities within the residence, and assisted with all administrative and organizational needs in the
Psychology/Wellness Department.

Conferences
• Clinton Global Initiative University Conference - Commitment Member Boston, MA // October 2017
Chosen to attend weekend plenary sessions and meetings based on written ‘Commitment to Action’
application, addressing the literacy needs for children of the U.S Virgin Islands.
• Best Beginnings Conferences - St. Thomas, USVI // June 2012 – June 2013
Attended summer sessions and workshops focused on the development and growth of children in Early
Learning settings.
• Children’s Defense Fund - YALT Leader, Cincinnati, Ohio // July 2012
Attended valuable workshops and daily plenaries focused on pursuing justice for children.

Skills
• Technical: Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Prezi, VoiceThread, Excel, Trello and sufficient
knowledge of SPSS and CSPro
• Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED certified through American Red Cross
Obtained 06/02/2018 | Valid 2 Years