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Lorraine Parent Resume

Lorraine J. Parent

49 Oakland Ave, Manchester NH 03109

(603) 494-1862 [email protected]

 

Objective:

 

Seasoned administrative professional eager to leverage 25+ years of successful human resource, medical office and executive support experience to help your business grow and thrive. Looking to secure an executive support position - open to a new challenge and line of business.

 

Summary of Qualifications:

 

  • Proficient in Word, Excel, Outlook, Publisher, Paychex payroll systems, HRIS, Stromberg timekeeping. Easily trained on new systems;
  • Customer service oriented helping employees navigate their medical and dental benefits, FSA, DCA and demystifying life insurance information;
  • Proven success in new hire on-boarding and benefit administration processes, assisting with recruiting;
  • Problem solver with a result-oriented focus.

 

Professional Work Experience:

 

Human Resources Administrative Coordinator 2010-present

Devine, Millimet & Branch, P.A.

 

  • Establish and oversee Human Resource functions, following standard policies and procedures throughout the firm to create systematic ease;
  • Manage resume review, scheduling, follow-up and applicant tracking ensuring a seamless organized process;
  • Able to maintain confidentiality in all interactions with employees as part of a Human Resource team member;
  • Customer service focused in all administrative duties;
  • Demonstrated facility with providing accurate and timely word and or numerical reports from payroll system timely and accurately.

 

 

Lead Generator

Bath Fitter of New Hampshire 2010 - present

 

  • Award-winning part-time lead generator and valuable member of the event team;
  • Confidently educate and convey information to prospects at home shows, fairs, festivals, etc.;
  • Continually gains solid sales leads that generate new installation revenues;
  • Seamlessly ensures set-up, break-down and successful events all over New Hampshire giving a continual flow of sales leads for inside and outside sales staff;

 

  • Conveys essential feedback to event manager and sales team from events to help the entire company in future planning.

 

 

Human Resource Administrator 1998-2010

Infusion Solutions, Inc.

 

  • Support COO and directors preparing reports and documents for daily process, prepared marketing department assisting with design and regular mailings;
  • Managed successful recruiting campaigns electronically for medical employment opportunities;
  • Monitored credentials and insurance for all employees in preparation for DHHS audits and CHAP accreditations;
  • Researched, recommended, and purchased office equipment and supplies for daily operation;

 

Patient Intake Administrator 1996-1998

New HampshireEye Associates

 

  • Oversaw all patient inquiries and made appropriate referrals to the technicians or doctors on staff;
  • Managed patient scheduling, administered all new patient registration, updated record of existing patients in accordance with compliancy standards.

 

Event Staff  2001-present

Verizon Wireless Arena – SMG

 

  • Assist patrons to ensure comfort and safety attending many varieties of events at venue.

 

Education:

 

ManchesterCommunity College

NotreDameCollege

 

Coursework completed in Liberal Arts and Human Resource Management studies

 

CPR/AED Certified

 

 

 

Newsletter from EFX Fitness Revoluton

 

Monday, 19 August 2013

 

 

 

Great Add-Ins To You Morning Bowl Of Oatmeal

If you’re looking for a healthy way to start you day, one food that you must consider is oatmeal. Oatmeal is a complex carbohydrate that’s rich in dietary fiber and if you eat the regular variety, virtually sugar free as well.

The only drawback for some people is that they find oatmeal rather bland to eat, therefore turn their nose up at it on a regular basis.

Fortunately, if you’re willing to get a little creative, you can find ways to enhance its flavor and maintain its position in your diet plan.

Let’s go over some of the top add-ins to include in your morning bowl of oatmeal.

Nuts

You can’t go wrong adding a few slivered nuts into your morning bowl. This will add some delicious crunch to the dish and will also boost the healthy fat content.

Almonds, walnuts, pecans, or hazelnuts will all taste great. And, if you prefer a creamier consistency, try adding some natural nut butter instead.

Seeds

Seeds are the next add-in to consider. Just like nuts, these are rich in healthy fats and come in many different varieties. If you prefer something smaller than nuts, they tend to be a great fill-in.

Seeds also have just a hint of flavor, so are a great option for those who don’t want anything too strong.

Dried Coconut

Moving along, one excellent source of fat to get into your diet plan is dried coconut. Be sure to choose the unsweetened variety so that you aren’t taking in any carbohydrates with this add-in and are only getting the health promoting medium chain triglycerides that you need to promote optimal fat burning.

This form of fat is slightly different than most as it can be used immediately as an energy source for the body.

Dried Berries

Dried berries are the next add-in to consider. These are great for providing strong antioxidant power to your meal and will also rank in high in fiber as well as vitamins.

At just 50 calories per cup, they’re an easy add.

Cinnamon

Finally, don’t overlook cinnamon. Cinnamon is an excellent addition to any bowl of oatmeal and can also slow down the glucose release into the blood stream.

So there you have the top foods that you should consider adding to your morning bowl of oatmeal. Get these in and you’ll have better nutrition because of it. 

 

Why Oatmeal Is A Great Pre-Workout Carbohydrate Source

 If you’re looking to get all geared up for a workout session, one food that you’ll definitely want to consider is oatmeal. Oatmeal works perfectly as a pre-workout carbohydrate source for a number of reasons.

Let’s look at why you should be considering this great addition to your diet plan.

High In Complex Carbohydrates

The first great thing about oatmeal is that it’s rich in complex carbohydrates. These are going to be vital for supplying long lasting energy that won’t leave you crashing mid-session.

The last thing you want is to experience a blood glucose low and fast acting carbohydrates will cause just that.

The one thing to note with using oatmeal pre-workout however is that you’ll want to consume it at least an hour or so before the session is about to start to ensure that you are fully fueled by the time the workout gets underway.

Low In Sugar

Next, oatmeal is also very low in sugar, so again, this helps keep your energy level on a more even keel. You can eat the oatmeal and sustain energy right through to the end of your workout, allowing you to get more work in total.

More work means faster progress, so it’s a win-win for you.

Small Dose Of Protein

Oatmeal is even going to offer a small amount of protein as well, so for those who struggle to get in enough, it serves as a great way to meet your needs.

Plus, you can simply add some additional protein powder to your oatmeal very easily to get the intake up even higher, closer to where you need it to be.

Fast And Convenient

Finally, the last big benefit to using oatmeal as a pre workout carbohydrate source is the fact that it’s very fast and convenient.  You can either microwave it in two or three minutes or if you’re really in a rush, you can actually eat it raw.

Tossing it into a protein shake serves as the ultimate pre-workout meal in a hurry, so for those who are rushing to the gym and who don’t have time to cook, this can be ideal.

So there you have the primary reasons to consider adding oatmeal to your daily diet plan for use before you workout session. Get it in and you will perform better, have more energy, and recover faster as well. 


QUOTE

"The successful man doesn't use others,

other people use the successful man,

for above all the success is of service."

Mark Caine 


FEATURED RECIPE

Oat Soup

Ingredients 
  • 3 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 cup oats
  • 5 large tomatoes, halved and sliced
  • 1/3 cup onion, chopped
  • 1 clove garlic, chopped
  • 3 cups water, divided
  • 1/2 bunch fresh cilantro
  • 2 teaspoons chicken bouillon granules
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
Recipe makes 4 servings

Directions
  1. Heat a large deep skillet or Dutch oven over medium-low heat. Pour in the olive oil, and let it heat up. Add the oats; cook and stir until toasted.
  2. In a blender or large food processor, combine the tomatoes, onion, garlic, 1 cup of water, and cilantro. Blend until smooth. Pour into the pan with the toasted oats. Stir in the remaining 2 cups of water, and bring to a boil. Mix in the salt and chicken bouillon. Cover, and simmer for 15 minutes. Enjoy hot or warm.
Nutrition
  • Calories - 218kcal - 11%
  • Carbohydrates - 24.6g - 8%
  • Cholesterol - <1mg - <1%
  • Fat - 12.1g - 19%
  • Fiber - 5.2 g - 21%
  • Protein - 5.2g - 10%
  • Sodium - 493mg - 20%
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

 

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Michael Bistany

EFX Fitness Revolution

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Mike has a great knowledge of body mechanics, muscle function and is capable of determining the individual abilities of his clients. Kettlebells are a tremendous exercise and I am enjoying the results. Mike's positive attitude is a great asset to his willingness to work with his clients at their own level and to push them to their maximum potential. He instills confidence and encourages you to want to work further and apply yourself more diligently. Mike is alway watching technique and form during kettlebells, which is another asset to Mike being an A+ instructor.

Mike is a great trainer. There are all sorts of challenges with kettlebells.  I find his strong point is his comprehensive knowledge of the musculature anatomy of the body.  He combines that with his expertise in kettlebells and it's a terrific synthesis of a complete body work out.  He is sure to WATCH and INSTRUCT you as you perform correct form. 

I also see Mike as being attentive and willing to be flexible in his program.  He will also be considerate of any discomforts or soreness you may be experiencing.  He is understanding and considerate and he knows JUST what you are capable of.   And he pushes when he should.  That is what will make you appreciate Mike as a kettlebell expert! 

I've been with Michael Bistany only a short time and already am seeing results.  As I have had back issues for years I need to be confident in the leader of my fitness instruction and Michael has won that confidence in me.  He has adapted my exercises to meet my needs and selects workouts to target areas most important for me to strengthen first.  I look forward to an ongoing program.  Thanks, Michael!

 

 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Email : [email protected]

Phone: 603.458.6260

Web: http://www.1efx1.com

Help Holly go to the Amazon Rainforest to teach conservation, reading and teacher development,

Good afternoon, my name is Holly Makowsky. I am a middle school science teacher, with an additional Specialist Teacher of Reading license, in Lowell, MA. I am looking for ways to approach potential donors for a service opportunity I am trying to fund.

What am I trying to do? My goal is to go to the Amazon Rainforest this upcoming July with the purpose of working with students and teachers, focusing on conservation, reading and teacher development, through the Conapac Library, located in the Amazon Rainforest, 50 miles downstream from the city of Iquitos, Peru. I need to raise $1400, plus airfare. The $1400 covers lodging and food, as well as resources for the students and teachers, through the library. In fact, 75% of the cost of this volunteer opportunity goes to the library. For airfare, it could be additional monetary donations or unused and unneeded frequent flyer miles.

Any help, advice or contacts you may have is appreciated.

Holly Makowsky

[email protected]

Resume for Donna Yackel

Donna M. Yackel

Dracut, MA

(978) 551-4255

                                                                                                                                 

OBJECTIVE:                    To obtain an administrative position which best utilizes

                                        my experience and skills.   Organized, innovative

                                        and able to simplify tasks using analytical thinking. 

                                        Excellent customer service and communication skills.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:     Proficient in accounting and word processing systems

·        

Peachtree, QuickBooks, QuickBooks Pro, Aspen

·        

MS Word, MS Works, MS Excel

·        

Proficient in Internet usage

 

EXPERIENCE:             Equipment East LLC   7/12-7/13

Accounting clerk

·        

Payroll, accounts payable

·        

Cash receipts, invoicing

·        

Cash Flow analysis

·        

Inventory Control

 

                                        New England Mechanical Associates, Inc.  1/95-5/12

                                    Full Charge Bookkeeper and Office Manager

·        

Bookkeeper utilizing Peachtree Accounting

·        

Accounts Receivable, Invoicing, Cash Receipts

·        

Collections

·        

Accounts Payable and Cash Disbursements on both computerized and one write systems

·        

Bank Reconciliations

·        

Payroll

·        

Payroll Tax Reporting, monthly, quarterly and year end including W-2, W-3, 1099 and 1096 forms

·        

Calculated and filed Massachusetts State Sales Tax

·        

Recorded General Ledger entries as needed.  Reconciled GL balances each month

·        

Maintenance of personnel files, obtained health/dental insurance for employees, reconciled SIMPLE IRA plan

·        

Maintained Preventative Maintenance schedules, customer equipment files, and service records

 

 

EDUCATION:          Graduate of Dracut High School

University of Lowell.  Completed 33 course hours toward Accounting                   Degree.  Accounting I, Accounting II, Economics, and Corporate Accounting

 

AFFILIATIONS:            Notary Public, Commonwealth of Massachusetts

                                        Commissioner of Deeds, State of New Hampshire

                                        Moderator Dracut Water Supply District 2001 to present

                                        Treasurer of the Dracut Scholarship Foundation

                                        President Dracut Scholarship Foundation

                                        Member of the Dracut Old Home Day organizing committee

                                        Treasurer/Trustee Primrose Village Homeowners Association

                                        Former PTO President; Dracut Middle School and Lakeview Jr. H.S.

 

 

REFERENCES WILL BE FURNISHED UPON REQUEST

Resume for Shannon Dries

Shannon  Dries

 

294 Colburn Avenue   Dracut, MA   01826

(978) 551- 4786  ▪   [email protected]

 

Objective

To work as a public relations professional, building on the experience from my journalism education.

Education

Bachelors of Arts in Journalism and Writing May 2013

Eastern Nazarene College, Quincy, MA

·        

Cum Laude

Related Experience

Office Worker/Social Media Coordinator ▪ Summer 2013

The Salvation Army Camp Wonderland

·        

Maintain databases, Answer phone, Daily posts on the website and Facebook page, Maintain and update website daily photos

 

Intern

  January 2013 – April 2013

Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce

·        

Research for upcoming events, Write Press Releases, Create Member Profiles

 

Copy EditorJanuary 2013 – May 2013

Eastern Nazarene College Veritas Newspaper

·        

Check text to ensure it is well written and logically structured, Correct grammar and spelling, and Ensure the text is in line with the newspaper style

 

Writer ▪ September 2011 – May 2013

Eastern Nazarene College Veritas Newspaper

·        

Create article ideas, Facilitate interviews for my articles, Write concisely, and Meet strict deadlines

Additional Experience

Special Events and Volunteer Assistant ▪ September 2011 – December 2011

The Salvation Army Kroc Center, Boston, MA

·        

Book and host birthday parties, Assist with event coordination, Create spreadsheets and Input data

 

Arts and Crafts Director/Canteen Director ▪ Summers 2010, 2011, 2012

The Salvation Army Camp Wonderland, Sharon, MA

·        

As Arts and Crafts Director: Facilitated children’s crafts ages 7-13 for 12 individual cabins weekly

·        

As Canteen Director: Created snack plans for campers and staff daily

Skills

·        

Proficient in MS Office Suite 2010, Basic Photoshop skills

·        

Experience with social media networks, Wordpress

·        

Strong verbal and written communication skills, organization skills, and multitasking skills

Awards

 

·        

The Veritas Newspaper won New England College Newspaper of the Year Honorable Mention 2013 from New England Society of Newspaper Editors

Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk with Test of Time Photography in Nashua

Scott Kelby Photo Walk logo

 

Please join me for the

 

Nashua, NH gathering of the 2013 Worldwide Photowalk

 

Join me for our edition of the  

2013.Worldwide Photowalk.  We will explore the historic mill-yard along Nashua River banks in downtown Nashua, NH  This will be a guided walking tour with a great group of photographers that you don't want to miss.  After our two hour photography session we will gather in a local restaurant for even more fun. 

 

When

 

SATURDAY
Oct 5, 2013
Photowalk 2:30 to 4:30 pm with get together to follow

 

Where

 

We will begin our stroll at the French Mill worker Memorial statue in downtown (Parking lot off Water Street)  

Link to GOOGLE MAP of 

OUR START LOCATION

 

 

 

Go to the event website for information and registration

CLICK HERE

 

 

Resume for Christopher Rossetti

Christopher A. Rossetti

682 South Street ▪ Tewksbury, MA 01876 

(781) 454-6922 ▪ [email protected]   


 

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Credit and collections professional with over eighteen years of experience in the financial services and computer software industries. 

  • Proven success working in fast-paced, growing environments with high focus on increasing cash flows and reducing DSO 
  • Adept at managing key phases of the order-to-cash life-cycle, from credit analysis to cash collection

CORE COMPETENCIES

Financial Analysis

Collection Process and Strategy

Integration Projects

Cash Forecasting

Issue Resolution

Process Improvement

Order to Cash

Customer Relations

Revenue Recognition

 


 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Emptoris, an IBM Company,   Littleton, MA                                                                   2012 - 2013

Enterprise software company with annual revenues exceeding $100M          

Accounts Receivable Consultant - during and post-acquisition by IBM                                                            

  • Managed worldwide Collections for over 350 Global 1000 customers
  • Developed and implemented AR reporting package, currently being utilized as a template for other IBM acquisitions
  • Collected multi-million dollar payment delinquencies with accounts in Saudi Arabia & India
  • Worked closely with divisional CFO’s on executing successful collection strategies for significant outstanding AR which required collaboration between legal, sales and accounting

 

Unica Corporation, subsequently acquired by IBM, Waltham, MA                                                                                                                 

Unica Corporation, an IBM Company                                                                                         2010 - 2012

Assistant Credit & Collections Manager, Transition Team

  • Managed team responsible for migrating AR from Unica to IBM
  • Reduced legacy AR balance from $30M to $0 with minimal bad debt expense

 

Unica Corporation                                                                                                            2004 - 2010

Hired at Unica in early stage, and grew with company during IPO and revenues reached $125M

Assistant Credit & Collections Manager                                                                               

  • Managed worldwide Credit and AR functions for 1,500 corporate accounts
  • Implemented weekly cash forecast model and monitored funding requirements for six international subsidiaries
  • Collaborated with Treasury to implement a receivable hedging program reducing foreign exchange gain / loss exposure
  • Initiated and developed new policies that streamlined the collection process while maintaining SOX compliance
  • Received numerous awards and recognition for consistently achieving cash and DSO targets, including generating a company record of $19M in cash flow from operations in fiscal year 2010
  • Served as lead in the integration of customer receivables and related areas for four acquisitions

 

 

CCBN.Com Inc. /Thomson Financial,    Boston MA                                                       2002 - 2004          

Credit & Collections Supervisor                                                                     

  • Supervised staff of four, overseeing daily AR and Credit functions
  • Established positive relationships with strategic accounts resulting in improved cash flow and dispute resolution

Senior Credit Analyst                                                                                            

  • Reduced DSO from 49 days to 40 days in less than seven months
  • Received “Collector of the Month” recognition in each of my first seven months

 

 

Earlier roles:

AGFA CORPORATION                   Senior Leasing Specialist                                       1999 - 2002

WEST LYNN CREAMERY              Credit Analyst                                                        1996 - 1999

TRANSWORLD SYSTEMS, INC.    Unit Manager                                                        1995 - 1996                                                       

 


 

EDUCATION

MERRIMACK COLLEGE                                                                                           

  • B.S. in Business Administration, Concentration: Management        1995                                                

 


 

TECHNICAL SKILLS

 

Software applications: Softrax, Great Plains, Solomon, Oracle, SAP, Quickbooks

 

The BPI Report from Walter Wise

The BPI Report - August 15, 2013       

In this issue, we talk about best practices for marketing in today's economy.  As always, I look forward to your comments.

Walter Wise

Revenue Success Architect
The BPI Strategy Group
617-532-0918

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How Much Are You Spending on Marketing and Is It Generating Qualified Leads?

By Paul DiModica

When coaching CEOs on best practices on how to grow their business, one question we are often asked in this economy is "how do we generate more qualified leads?"

Generating leads -- specifically qualified leads -- takes knowledge, business funding and a planned strategy.
 
Often when working with clients, we find that they have a silo approach to lead development and end up focusing on one type of lead generation model which they or their team members are comfortable with.

This silo lead generation approach usually fails because it limits the potential capture of new prospects to one communication medium.

Most successful lead generation programs use multiple communication which we call the "three legged stool of lead generation." The three legged stool of lead generation includes cold calling, networking and marketing. Each one of these approaches has their own budget, planned process and projected return on investment.
 
 
 

What marketing methods is your firm using?
 
What marketing methods are most successful?

Do you know your marketing costs?

In this economy, never reduce your marketing budget. There are always buyers buying; you just don't know who they are. Instead, tighten your marketing focus on your most likely buyer based on their demographic profile, negotiate better on your vendor pricing and track your lead return on investment.
 

Marketing should generate qualified leads . . . or else it is a wasted investment!
 

To Your Revenue Success!

Walter Wise
Revenue Success Advisor
The BPI Strategy Group
617-532-0918

Everything you've ever heard about lead generation is wrong!

Learn how to generate all the leads your business can handle...

WITHOUT spending a cent on marketing or advertising.

Author of the highly acclaimed book "Getting Back to Basics, Effective Marketing Strategies to Grow Your High Tech Business"