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By:Scott Sewell <[email protected]>
Date: 20 July 2017

H. SCOTT SEWELL
Hosford, FL 32334

SUMMARY
• Graduate with a MBA (Master’s in Business Administration)
• Proficient with MS Office, Windows and Internet resources
• A published author skilled in methodologies and analysis of qualitative and quantitative data

EDUCATION
• Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Psychology Rogers State University(2010); Claremore Oklahoma
• Master of Business Administration (MBA) Saint Gregory’s University (2015); Shawnee Oklahoma

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE
Academic Teacher Florida Dept. of Corrections April 2017- current
Gulf Correctional Institute, Wewahitchka FL (850) 839-7434
• Academic teacher of incarcerated state FL Dept. of Corrections inmates at Gulf C.I.
Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional (QIDP) September 2016-April 2017 @ Panama City Developmental Center 1407 Lincoln Dr., PC, FL 32401 (850) 769-7636
• As a QIDP I was responsible for integrating, coordinating and monitoring each resident's active treatment. I observed individuals, reviewed data and progress, and revised programs based on individual need and performance, ensure consistency among external/ internal programs and disciplines, ensure service design and delivery which provides each individual with an appropriate active treatment program and that any discrepancies or conflicts between programmatic, medical, dietary and vocational aspects of the individual’s assessment and program are resolved promptly.
Activities Coordinator, (Centurion Corp.) April 2015 to September 2016; @ Santa Rosa Corr. Inst., M.H. Unit, 5850 East Milton Road Milton, Florida 32583-7914 (850) 981-7602 (850) 981-5060
• As the Activities Coordinator, I administered therapeutic group activities for the inmate population on the Mental Health Unit. Responsibilities I held; I conducted daily therapeutic groups with close management inmates in the Mental Health Unit who are being stabilized, evaluated, and treated, and I track several streams of information concerning the overall therapeutic treatment hours for 6 mental health counselors and therapists working in the Mental Health Unit, aftercare status of inmates returned to general population. I submit a weekly Excel spreadsheet report of all inmate therapeutic treatment hours by time, type, attendance, therapists and forward this to the Director and Warden. Skills Used include: Excel, Word, and other programs from the Office Suite were tools I used in generating the reports, spreadsheets, and group activities.

Psychiatric Technician, December 2012-February 2015 (918) 481-4000
@ Laureate Psychiatric Hospital and Clinic, Tulsa, Oklahoma
• Care, custody, and control of patients held for psychiatric evaluation
• Facilitation of therapeutic groups and documentation of patient status

Youth Counselor, November 2008 -December 2012 @ Rogers County Youth Services (RCYS Shelter), Claremore, Oklahoma 918-341-7580
• Assisted at-risk youths in DHS custody while in the shelter with life skill, programs, and transition
• Administrated documentation for at-risk youth activities and shelter needs

Research Internship, Jan 2008-June 2008 @ Rogers State University, Claremore, Oklahoma
• Analysis of raw data concerning legal/social depictions of minorities in the media in 2007
• Responsible for quantifying data by segment/type/source
• Assisted in synthesis of data into a presentation for academic conference in NM 2009

Certified Nurse’s Aide, January 2005-January 2008 @ Claremore Nursing Home, (918) 341-4857 Claremore, Oklahoma
• Care of elderly residents

OTHER EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCES
• I attended the Chipola Law Enforcement Academy in Marianna, Florida May-Sept 1995 and subsequently worked as a certified Florida Correctional Officer for two years (Liberty and Jackson Correctional Institutes); I worked as a Certified Nurse’s Assistant for ten years, maintaining my Certified Nurse’s Aide (CNA) certification with Florida and Oklahoma for over ten years; I worked on the production floor as a Tech for the Tulsa Division Whirlpool Corporation for several years in the fabrication and finish departments while going to University. I have often had more than one job
• I have taught Mvskoke (Creek) and Euchee language classes in Florida, Alabama, Colorado and Oklahoma under many grants and tribal programs during the last 25 years.
• I am a published author with several publishing houses and University, including:
The Indians of North Florida: From Carolina to Florida, the Story of the Survival of a Distinct American Indian Community (2011); Belles of the Creek Nation (2015), The Cherokee Paradox: Unexpected Ancestry at the Crossroads of Identity and Genetics (2016); Indians of Alabama: Guide to the Indian Tribes of the Yellowhammer State (2016); We Will Always Be Here: Native Peoples on Living and Thriving in the South (Anthology, 2016); Redbone Chronicles (Anthology, 2016)

ACTIVITIES
• President, Secretary, Native American Student Association, Rogers State University 2007-2009
• Chairperson, ARIC Annual American Indian Community Conference, 1996-present


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