June-July. 2010: Intern at the World Service Authority – Washington DC.
- Assistant General Counsel in the legal department of the WSA. Performing legal research on the right to freedom of movement, political asylum, world citizenship, and world governance. Devised legal strategies to assist clients from around the world because their human rights have been violated. Responded to individuals’ requests for legal assistance and advice by writing letters to the clients and by writing letters on their behalf to heads of state, ministers and other officials to expose the cases and demand redress.
July-Dec.2009: Employee at the International Bank Crédit Suisse - Paris, France.
- Reception desk, switchboard and booking desk.
2008/2009: Student Government Secretary
Spokane Falls Community College, Spokane, WA (SFCC)
- Hired secretary of student Senate and the Activity Board (both held meetings once a week). Served as liaison among the students, the Senate and the Activity Board (writing minutes and agendas, programming events, etc.)
2008/2009: Executive Council Board Secretary (SFCC)
- Biggest project: allocated $1,000,000 to different campus projects (focusing on: campus safety/security; funding a planetarium; funding renovation of student center lounges, including adding technologies; and improving the stadium)
2008/2009: Student Member of a Tenure Review Committee (SFCC)
- Observed an instructor's classroom performance and met with faculty members of the committee to evaluate the faculty member as part of the tenure award process.
2008/2009: President of the SFCC Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor
- Supervised about 200 student members and met weekly with 8 officers -Led projects focusing on fellowship, scholarship, service and leadership (e.g., worked with Salvation Army to distribute food to needy families at Thanksgiving)
2008/2009: Mentor for new students and international students (SFCC)
- Introduced three American students to campus life; mentored a Korean student to help her adjust to American higher education
- Transferred all information needed for students to succeed (daily e-mails, occasional Facebook communications)
2007/2009: Active member of the French Club and the Associated Women
- Programming events, hosting events, liaison with Sodexo, budgeting, recruiting, leading, etc. (e.g., advertised Vagina Monologues and sold tickets and concessions)
2008/2009: Active member of the Campus Security Subcommittee (SFCC)
- Budgeted blue phones, solar powered speed limit signs, mobile defibrillators, reinforced security around daycare, etc.
2008/2009: French tutoring/assistant (SFCC)
- Hired by the French instructor to tutor students taking French
2007/2008: Assistant to the International Service Programmer (SFCC)
- Assisted international students: two hours / day work study
- Secretary work (Transferred mail, e-mail, answered phone calls,
University Student. Born 09/13/1987 in Châtenay-Malabry, France.
2010 Nov. 5-6: MSPSA Conference (The Mississippi Political Science Association): presenting a research paper explaining the rise of the National Front in France and its possible future.
2010: Member of Phi Kappa Phi: International Honor Society. Membership is by invitation only to the top 7.5 percent of second-semester juniors and the top 10 percent of seniors and graduate students.
Summer 2010: The Washington Center, Washington D.C.
• Attend weekly Presidential Lecture Series meant to inform students on various aspects of the business world
• Complete a 3 credit course, partake in civic engagement activities, hold a congressional meeting on Capitol Hill
• Finalize a Portfolio comprised of reflections and information on the above mentioned activities and internship.
2009: Working toward Political Science B.A. (expected graduation: May
2011) - Mississippi University for Women (Columbus, MS)
2009: Scholar, All-USA Academic Team
2007-2009: Associate of Arts Degree
Spokane Falls Community College (Spokane, WA)
2006: Graduated from Curlew High School (Curlew, WA)
2005: Graduated from Fustel de Coulanges High School (Massy, France)
Diploma in Economics and Sociology with English option
Software: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Hospitality (booking software)
Languages: French (native), English (fluent), Spanish (2 years at College level)
Activities, Interests and Hobbies
Civic Engagement Action June-July 2010:
Campaigning for H.R. 5137, the Girls Protection Act. The bill would make it a criminal offense for a citizen of the United States or an alien admitted for permanent residence to knowingly transport a female minor in foreign commerce for the purpose of female genital mutilation.
Interests: foreign languages, traveling, politics, global issues, international relations, economics, anthropology, psychology, sociology, marketing, media, music.
Sports: fitness, dancing, snowboarding, skateboarding, volleyball, and gymnastics.