Tanasha Ronnee’ Walls
Temple University, Finance Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
AutoCAD | MATLAB | Microsoft Office | Excel | Presentation
DISB Bank on DC, Washington, DC March 2017– August 2017
Student Instructor/Professional Development Ambassador
Facilitated basic money management workshops to youth from 5 years to 24 years of age. Obtained Everfi Certification which enabled me to expand my experience as a Financial Facilitator. Promoted financial literacy through social media outlets such as Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to encourage youth to think smart and save money. Conducted reports with senior-level management of local government agencies, community partners and stakeholders. Created and collaborated on financial education outreach and delivery of workshop content. Built and maintained community relationships with stakeholders. Participated in confidential meetings with the Department of Treasury to create or enhance ideas regarding the betterment of unbanked and underbanked families in the District.
Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC May 2016 – September 2016
Provided technical support for the company. Organized and recorded an award’s ceremony for the employees. Experience with data processing and storing. Prepared final regular and closed session meetings minutes for publication and official records. Handled all aspects of the board election including notices, ordering materials, etc. Prepared letters and documents for the district administrator and maintained a schedule of appointments and conferences.
Friendship Public Charter School, Washington, DC May 2014 – Sep 2015
Served as receptionist and notary public for district. Prepared letters and documents for the district administrator and maintained a schedule of appointments and conferences. Maintained filing system for district correspondence and records. Created innovative ideas to enhance student’s educational experience.
Overcoming Obstacles Through Hard-work December 2016
- Served the local community by feeding homeless and giving away hot chocolate in cold weather
- Collaborated with campus and local organizations to build a relationship with the community
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) September 2014 – Current
- Motivated Middle School & High School students to pursue STEM on the collegiate level
- Mentored Girls High Robotics team
- Mentored students in grades 9-10
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