952 St. Marks Avenue Apt E5 Brooklyn, N.Y. 11213
Empowering youth in the art of sports by providing effective leadership, guidance and motivation.
Sept 2008–Nov 2010 Miramar High School Miramar, Florida Physical Education Instructor High School Football Coach
Coached students in the various aspects of Sports, weekly training sessions with various classes for regular athletic interaction. Developed and maintain rigorous athletic practices to enhance self-esteem, professionalism and sportsmanship. Prepared students for College and professional Sports related careers
June 2006 – August 2008 Saia Incorporated Ferguson and Bardwell South Ridge, SC Logistics/Operations
Monitored and maintained freight deliveries, oversee inventory Dockworker Unloaded and loaded freight into containers, forklift driver
December 2005 to May 2006 Royal Caribbean International Logistics Operations Manufacturing
Monitored and maintained facility inspections regulations. Assisted in Maintenance activities (HVAC, plumbing repairs, painting ground keeping and drywall repairs.
Sept 1999- October 2005 Housing Development Fund Corporation. Superintendent
Supervised and maintained the upkeep and maintenance of a 5 story 45 apartment dwelling owned and operated by the city of New York. Dry wall repairs, painting Boiler upkeep and maintenance, plumbing locksmithing and garbage removal. Ensured compliance of regulatory laws regarding the upkeep of buildings associated with the department of Buildings of The City of New York. Complied with Fire safety regulations, Inspections, Certificate of occupancy Issues daily service authorizations, monitored equipment inspections.
August 1981– June 1984
Virginia Union University Bachelor of Arts. Sports Management
Sports Management, All Athletic interactions, coaching all sports activities, empowering youth to become “team” minded by interacting with others
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