Date: 29 March 2018
Kristina Glenn, MA
Vina del Mar, Chile
Colorado State University. Fort Collins CO August 2012 – May 2013
Master of Arts, Cultural Anthropology, emphasis in Culturally Appropriate Education
Cumulative GPA: 4.0
Glenn, Kristina, L. 2013 Pedagogical processes and ethnobotanic knowledge on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Master's Thesis. Colorado State University.
Colorado State University. Fort Collins, CO August 2009 – May 2011
Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy
Cumulative GPA: 3.77
Bridge, Santiago, Chile February 2015
IDELT/TEFL Certification (140 hours, in-class)
Bridge comprehensive training program includes practice teaching (6 hours) and in-class planning theory and methodology of English language instruction.
Evalueserve, Vina del Mar, Chile
Associate Editor and English Language Instructor February 2016 – Present
• Edit internal and client documents to ensure they meet the highest quality in terms of writing, style and flow.
• Assess the employees’ writing skills and create specialized classes to address areas that need improvement.
• Conduct English language trainings for non-native English speakers employed by Evalueserve.
The International Center, Vina del Mar, Chile
English Teacher for Centro de Idiomas, Armada de Chile March 2015 – January 2016
• Conducted English-level and fluency testing for enlisted members of the Chilean Armada.
• Responsible for organizing and managing classes and course materials.
Self-Employed, Santiago, Chile
English Teacher July 2014 – February 2015
• Proficiency in integrating multiple technological modalities to enhance visual and audible delivery of lesson material for adults (Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced levels) through online and in-person classes.
• Responsible for organizing and maintaining clear communication with students concerning schedules and payment plans.
Department of Anthropology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
Graduate Teaching Assistant January 2013 – May 2013
• Developed and graded test and quiz material.
• Collaborated with faculty in developing lesson plans and preparing PowerPoint slides for presentation of class material.
NON-TEACHING PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Dr. Kate Browne, Professor of Anthropology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
Research Assistant October 2013 – February 2014
• Conducted primary research through interviews with local government officials in the New Orleans area on the post-Katrina bayou environment and recovery efforts.
• Secondary data researcher and fact-checker for interviews conducted with Hurricane Katrina survivors and disaster relief personnel.
Center for Collaborative Conservation. Fort Collins, Colorado
Culturally Appropriate Environmental Education Intern January 2012 – January 2013
• Conducted interviews with members of the Oglala Lakota tribe concerning educational and environmental concerns.
• Consulted with local high school and middle school teachers to create a summer school curriculum that met both cultural and state requirements.
Colorado State University Department of Anthropology. Fort Collins, Colorado
Research Assistant & Editor August 2011 – June 2013
• Lead editor for natural resource stewardship manual.
• Assisted Native American community members in conducting field research for a natural resource stewardship manual for Oglala Parks and Recreation Authority.
High Plains Society for Applied Anthropology (Spring Conference).
Denver, Colorado March 21 – 23, 2013
Title: “The Intergenerational Transfer of Traditional Ecological Knowledge and the Role of Photovoice as a Means of Participatory Action on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.”
Colorado State University Alumni Benefit. Invited Speaker.
Fort Collins, Colorado October 6, 2012
Title: “Ethnobotany and Lakota Youth on the Pine Ridge Reservation.”
Proficiency in: Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, SPSS, Microsoft Office
Native English Speaker
Basic Level of Spanish
Provided upon request.