Angel L. Ramos, MBA
Orlando, Florida, United States
I recently worked as a Data Manager for the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving (RCI) at Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) and provided oversight for the institute’s data management system, analysis, and reporting which enabled RCI leadership to effectively evaluate caregiver support programs.
From 2009 to 2012, I served as the Student Services Coordinator for the nursing program at GSW where I provided oversight for their admissions process, marketing strategy, recruitment, data collection and analysis. I've learned to do that by relying on a hard-earned skill-set of critical thinking, complex problem solving, management, marketing, and program development.
Prior to joining GSW, I was employed as a high school teacher for Orange County Public Schools, managing classes ranging in size from 27 to 32 students (ages 14-17). My teaching experience includes courses in Language Arts, Global Studies, Pre-AP World History, and AVID. During my time as an instructor, I was selected as one of the top 25% of teachers in Florida and awarded the STAR (Special Teachers are Rewarded) merit pay initiative for increasing student learning gains.
Previously, I served as Recreation and Special Events Coordinator for the community association at Hunters Creek, during which time I planned, organized, and supervised services, programs and activities for a community of 10,000 residents. Additionally, I provided leadership and oversight for various recreation programs, community services, and special events.
Cementing my commitment to being a lifelong learner, I began my career as a tutor for the GEAR UP Program, which was a grant-funded college readiness program servicing middle school students in the Orlando area. While working at GEAR UP, I was promoted the position of lab assistant, for which I supervised the day-to-day operations of the after-school program, tutors, and data collection.