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Christine Pak

Christine Pak

Waterloo, ON





Alpha Phi Women's Fraternity

Chapter President

- Developed and maintained chapter goals for the term, utilizing the Executive Council to accomplish tasks creatively and efficiently
- Managed a growing chapter of over 100 collegiate women, serving as the main point of reference for all communication and conflict resolution
- Planned, organized, and executed numerous successful philanthropy events, establishing and maintaining relationships with St. Mary's Cardiac Care Centre, Mary's Place, Heathwood Homes, and on-campus organizations
- Strategically collaborated with five other Greek organizations on campus, as well as 160 Alpha Phi chapters across North America to maximize member benefits
- Trained and delegated training for 31 incoming officers, overseeing all chapter operations throughout the year
- Educated chapter members on recruitment and branding tactics to best represent the organization, yielding 40 new members in 2014


- Represented the Iota Theta chapter internationally as the voting delegate at the 71st biennial Presidents' Convention (2014)
- Established strong relationships with Wilfrid Laurier University's VP Student Affairs and Dean of Students for the first time in chapter history
- Raised over $30,000 towards the Alpha Phi Foundation for women's heart health in 2 years as a member of the Executive Council
- Received the Order of the Lamp Qualifier for outstanding operations, risk management, recruitment, marketing, and programming; Received the Outstanding Community Service Award for innovation in community-building ideas (2014)

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Canadian National Institute for the Blind

Assistant, Client Services

- Fostered trusting relationships with clients by creating a comfortable office environment and serving as an educated resource for inquiries regarding CNIB services and programming
- Maintained an organized retail store while simultaneously tending to other administrative responsibilities, including scheduling, inventory, and end-of-week closing procedures
- Regularly exhibited confidentiality and attention to detail when handling client information and completing government documents


- Assisted with the launch of CNIB Kingston’s first assistive technology group, serving as an instructional aid to clients using Apple devices
- Conducted over 50 client satisfaction surveys with a kind and professional demeanour
- Supported new volunteer services coordinator during transition into new position


Pareto Corporation

Brand Ambassador

- Collaboratively and independently facilitated engaging marketing campaigns representing companies including Molson Coors, Allan Candy, and Capital One Canada
- Connected with customers and staff to educate and develop interest in the product at hand
- Regularly exceeded interest targets and collected detailed product reviews from consumers

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Wilfrid Laurier University

Bachelor of Arts, Global Studies & North American Studies