Chris Aable - Business Resume
Summary of Qualifications
Skills & Strengths
Possesses a strong business, administrative and writing background, human services orientation, diplomatic proficiencies, interpersonal and communicative skills, organizational abilities, logical problem solving experience and teaching aptitude with a strong academic background coupled with fieldwork in business management, human resources, and multicultural studies. Authored four books and numerous articles in reference to the psychology and sociology of economics, finance and numismatics. Produced and hosted over a hundred cable TV shows dealing with social problems such as prejudice and aggression with possible solutions. Extensive knowledge of most business computer applications, including all Microsoft programs and numerous web page design applications. Typing speed: 70wpm.
California State University, Los Angeles
Sociology - Masters of Arts - (Courses completed, pending thesis completion) (1997-2003)
Psychology - Masters of Arts - (1993-1997)
Psychology - Bachelor of Arts - with equivalent of minors (1991-1993)
in Sociology and World Politics
Los Angeles City College, Los Angeles (1989-1991)
Human Services - Associate of Arts
University of California - Los Angeles (1987-1989)
Graduate, Instructor Development Program
Adams Institute of Marketing - Shreveport, Louisiana (1980-1984)
Graduated with Certification in Sales and Marketing
Honors and Awards
Championship - 1st Prize (1976)
Certificates of Appreciation, Save The Children, (1979-2003)
District Representative - American Numismatic Association (1983-1987)
Who's Who of North American Poets - U.S.A., Canada and Mexico (1984)
National Honor Society in Psychology - Los Angeles City College (1989)
Boardman Peace Prize - Los Angeles City College (1990)
Councilperson-At-Large - Los Angeles City College (1990-1991)
Delegate to The Model United Nation (1992)
Certificate of Leadership - California State University Los Angles (1993-1995)
George C. Smith Scholarship for Volunteer Service (1997)
Charles Wang Scholarship for Academic Excellence (1997)
Employee of the Month - Ettie Lee Family Services (2/98 and 4/99)
Dedication to Youth Award - Ettie Lee Youth & Family Services (1999)
Cultural Committee Appreciation Award - Ettie Lee Youth Services (1999)
Honorary Doctorate Degree in Philosophy, Greenwich University, U.K. (2001)
Certificates of Appreciation, United Nations Resource Mobilization (2002-2003)
California State University & Santa Monica College, Los Angeles 1995 - 2001
Instructor of psychology and sociology. Created weekly lectures and composed weekly quizzes, midterms and final exams. Lectured in psychology with emphasis in social psychology, personality theory, human diversity and life-span development, and in sociology with an emphasis on the nature of prejudice, group behavior, the pros and cons of Utopian idealism and practical social change policies.
Hudson Associates, Hoboken, NJ 1994 - 1995
Simultaneously managed several multimillion-dollar accounts, coordinated production of products through acquisition of various component parts from various vendors nationwide. Responsible for cost controls, quality control and production schedules. John Trombley, Supervisor.
Arlington House and Herbert Benton Home,
LA 1993 - 1994 & 1995-1999
Observation and care giver to adolescents with histories from broken homes. Supervisor and recruiter of social workers and therapist. Supervision and delegation of daily chores, co-facilitated discussion groups, maintained a harmonious environment through enhancement of communication and social skills, and assisted clients with homework and with independent living skills. Promoted to Program Director in 1999. Frank Nolan, Supervisor.
Save The Children 1984 - Present, Received
accommodations from the President.
Stop AIDS L.A. 1987 - Present, Marched nearly every year for their annual fund raisers.
Teen Canteen 1989-1990 - Initiated job referral programs for homeless youth.
Los Angeles City College 1989-1990 - Elected Councilperson At Large, served as the liaison between the President and 20,000 students.
Los Angeles College Learning Skills Center 1990 - 1991 - Taught English and math skills to new immigrants.
Model United Nations 1992 -1993 -Educated students about problems and solutions in Guinea, Africa.
Amnesty International 1993 - 1997- Elected President five years in a row.
Ettie Lee Family Services 1997-1998 - Volunteered to teach foster parents communication and coping skills.
United National Foundation 2002 - Present, Received accommodations from the President.
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