3234 Figueroa Street ~ Los Angeles, California 90010
(323) 555-1212 ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Seasoned Professional seeking admission to law school. Background includes executing and mediating contractual obligations for artists and performing public policy
duties for an international, non-profit concern.
TAYLOR EVANS PAVILLON, Los Angeles, California, 2000 - Present
A 17,000 seat indoor arena with full convention facilities for premier concerts, major boxing events, television productions, and award shows.
Event Services Manager, Garden Arena
Research, develop, and coordinate events.
Manage the facility during events; schedule staff, prepare budgets, and disseminate advertising.
Liaise with scheduled artists, clients vendors, production companies, and departments; execute and mediate contractual obligations; hire, train, and
manage an on-call staff of 300 employees.
Investigate and respond to guest concerns; prepare and implement quality assurance measures.
MAYFAIR RESORTS, Los Angeles, California, 1998 - 2000
A 2,000 room hotel complex with full convention facilities, a 6500-seat arena, a 700-seat theater, and showrooms.
Entertainment & Box Office Manager
Developed special events; booked weekly entertainment for two showrooms.
Scheduled event staff, executed contractual obligations with artists and clients, communicated with departments that contributed to successful productions, and conducted guest relations.
Supervised box office operations, including supervising and training staff, completing cash settlements, and conducting summary reports and audits.
Assisted the Director of Entertainment; generated correspondence, proposed events, and completed budget reports and profit-and-loss analyses.
CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUNDATION OF CALIFORNIA, Los Angeles, California, 1996 - 1998
A non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure and control for a nation’s most common & fatal disease.
Director of Special Events
Planned, implemented, and evaluated special events and fund-raising activities, reported on event progress and budget management; recruited and oversaw volunteer event committees.
Secured underwriting support by presenting event plans to organizations and businesses.
TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS INTERNATIONAL, Washington, D.C., 1995 - 1996
An international, non-profit membership organization seeking to increase available organs, tissues, and bone marrow for human transplant.
Public Policy Liaison, International Headquarters
Drafted all correspondence and testimony for national, state, and local legislative initiatives; coordinated letter writing campaigns and constituent visits to Congress.
Developed monthly newsletter with readership of 5,000.
Oversaw daily operations, including accounts payable, purchasing, and staff management.
UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC, Eugene, Oregon
Bachelor of Arts in Government & Politics, 1994