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Frances Eshom-Arzadon

Frances Eshom-Arzadon

Lifeguard

University of Washington

Greater Seattle Area, us

Recent University of Washington graduate with a demonstrated history of working in higher education. Skilled in customer service, Microsoft Office, Google Suite, scientific field work, research, and public outreach. Highly organized and environmentally-passionate professional excited to get into the workforce!

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University of Washington

Lifeguard

• Ensure safety of patrons by surveillance and enforcement of pool rules
• Provide first aid as needed for entire athletic center, including outdoor soccer fields and other activity spaces
• Maintain a calm and confident demeanor while managing up to 50 patrons, fellow lifeguards, and responding to any immediate crisis
• Provide the University with a trained, responsible, reliable face for the institution
• Provide guidance and direction to new lifeguard staff, including delegating tasks and helping to maintain the UW standard of high quality facilities

The Nature Conservancy article from September 2017 with some astonishing numbers..."about 64,000 pounds of microfibers enter our water systems daily in the U.S. alone" and "67 percent of all [fish] species intended for human consumption contained plastic

Most of ocean plastic waste consists of everyday items: bottles, caps, straws, wrappers and bags. Yet, another proportion of this waste is more invisible: microplastics.

Microfibers tiny plastics have a huge impact on our oceans