Department of Interior, National Park Service
Bilingual Park Guide
December 2013 — Present
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Serve as spokesperson in bi-lingual media and education.
Participate in hiring and supervision of field ops, develop strategic direction in the region.
Organize legislative priorities (FL), maintain Capitol Update, liaise with organizations and volunteers.
Engaged with bi-lingual Hispanic media and education.
Assisted in developing strategic coordination and volunteer operations.
Supervise field operations and contractors in North Florida (Orlando-based).
Organized meetings and events with Hispanic leaders, organizations, groups, and volunteers.
Trained and organized Hispanic field operations for leaders and volunteers.
Participated during interviews with local and national media.
Primary Lead and coordinated grassroots helping produce 9-9 county wins after a South Carolina.
Implemented and assisted with development of strategy for I-4 Corridor, including Hispanic Outreach.
Assisted in naming county leadership and Convention Delegate process regionally & statewide.
Public Information Officer, National Response Framework, An Introduction, Emergency Program Manager - An Orientation to the Position, Introduction to the Incident Command System, Leadership and Influence, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program, Mission Assignment Overview, Introduction to the Public Assistance Process, Public Assistance Operations I, Principles of Emergency Management. State Level related: All-Hazards Incident Management Team, Florida EMAC A-Team Training, State Emergency Operations 101.
Foundations of Interpretation, How to Prepare an Interpretative Program, Introduction to the National Park Service series, Universal Design, Program Access, The Wilderness Act of 1964, Visitor Use Management series.
Communications, Government Relations,Policy, Organized Politics, Corporate Public Affairs, Research.
Spanish Literature track, language, and culture. Hispanic Marketing.