Monday, July 04, 2005


I need a change! Since I am posting my resume other places on the Web, I suppose I may as well post it to my blog, too:

Highly effective leadership, communication (oral and written), supervision, counseling and teaching skills. Demonstrated successes in developing, implementing, managing, and supervising innovative models, concepts, and teams. Expertise in various computer and Internet technologies. Experience in organizational troubleshooting and problem solving, organizational change and transformation.

Master of Divinity, Eden Theological Seminary
Master of Science in Social Work, University of Louisville
Bachelor of Arts in Education, University of Kentucky

Career History

United Church of Christ, Indiana-Kentucky Conference

Pastor/Teacher/Counselor/Division Chairperson/Association President
· Chaired Youth Ministries Division, Indiana-Kentucky Conference, through organizational restructuring
· President, Perry Co. (IN) Clergy Association for 9 years
· Coordinated Perry Co. (IN) Memorial Hospital Volunteer Chaplains Program for 10 years
· Chair, City of Cannelton (IN) Historic Preservation Commission
· Taught parenting skills to inmates at Branchville Training Center (IN state prison)
· Maintained private counseling practice for 18 years
· President, Kentuckiana Association of the Indiana-Kentucky Conference during change of By-laws change and re-organization
· Founding Vice President and President: Perry Co. (IN) Chapter, Council for Prevention of Child Abuse

Commonwealth of Kentucky, Cabinet for Human Resources, Department for Social Services

Field Office Supervisor/Manager
· Developed Concept, hired and trained staff and supervised Jefferson Co. Service Bank providing social services to 30,000+ “standby cases”
· Transformed Service Bank into Service Intake Unit (first central social services intake unit) due to Title XX changes: developed concept, re-trained staff, and supervised largest social service unit in Kentucky
· Developed Concept, hired and trained staff and supervised first group home for “emotionally disturbed” adolescents operated by Commonwealth of Kentucky.
· Developed and implemented policies and procedures as Field Office Supervisor for Bullet and Spencer Counties

1 comment:

  1. Good resume. You have done a lot of neat things. I wish I had done as much with my life