Catherine Redman Davis

Catherine Davis


932 Tearose Drive 


Lexington, KY 40504 


Cell Phone:  (859) 229-2642


E-mail:  crdavis2053@gmail.com


               


 


                  


EDUCATION:


                Western Kentucky University -- M.A. Business Education - December 1992


                Campbellsville College -- B.S. Business Education - May 1987


                Campbellsville College -- A.S. Business Administration - May 1985


                Campbellsville High School -- Diploma - May 1980


 


 


WORK EXPERIENCE:


 


 


June 2009 -                          PERSONAL ASSISTANT


October 2015                       Responsibilities included assisting in financial matters for two clients. 


                                                Assisted in handling  of  medical claims and monitoring medications. Managed


                                                bank reconciliations and supplemental deposits for clients.


 


November 2006                    BUSINESS MANAGER/STRAYER UNIVERSITY


May 2009                              Responsibilities included assisting students in completing the financial aid process


                                                by processing the FAFSA form and the online financial aid forms for the


                                                university.  Processed application fee payments and monitored the processing


                                                of  financial aid payments to the student accounts. Managed the student


                                                accounts and referred to collections any account that was past due.                       


 


October 2003 -                     CONTINUING EDUCATION COORDINATOR/SULLIVAN UNIVERSITY


November 2006                    Responsibilities included re-enrolling former students to the university and


                                                maintaining reports on student withdrawals and retention. Assisted students


                                                identified by Noel Levitz survey through counseling, providing tutoring


                                                services, and acted as a liaison between students and faculty.  Evaluated  transfer              


                                                credits for returning students and posted credits to student transcripts.  Assisted


                                                in student mentoring once re-enrolled at the college.


 


September 1996 -                EVENING AND WEEKEND COORDINATOR/ SULLIVAN UNIVERSITY


October 2003                   Responsibilities included advising evening students, maintaining reports on                                                         student withdrawals and retention, and scheduling courses to be taught each


quarter.  Also responsible for interviewing and supervising adjunct faculty


each quarter.  Developed a evening rotation of classes and trained assistant to handle weekend program. Assisted in development of Microsoft Certification program for the university as a weekend program.


 


September 1997                  ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR / SULLIVAN UNIVERSTIY


August 2001                        Taught courses on a part-time basis for the following courses:


                                                Keyboarding, Transcription, Office Management, General  Business courses


                                                Courses were taught on campus and through a hybrid online-on campus format.


 


May 1993 -                            COORDINATOR OF COLLECTIONS/CAMPBELLSVILLE UNIVERSITY


September 1996                  Responsibilities included processing and balancing title IV Federal funds,


                                                student accounts, and Perkins Loan program collections.   Maintained records


                                                to prepare yearly audit reports for Federal funds (Pell Grants, SEOG, Perkins


Loans, and KTG and CAP Grants) and University funds. Processed and


prepared registration reports each semester.  Maintained monthly audit reports


and balanced general ledger on daily basis.  


 


 


October 1994 -                     INSTRUCTOR/MARION COUNTY AREA VOCATIONAL CENTER


May 1995                              Responsibilities include preparing lesson plans and teaching keyboarding


                                                to adult students at night. Maintained attendance reports and grade records for all


                                                students enrolled in classes.


 


January 1991 -                    ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR/CAMPBELLSVILLE UNIVERSITY


August 1996                        Responsibilities included preparing lectures and activities for the Information


                                                Resource Management, Business Communications, Keyboarding and College


                                                Success Skills courses. . 


 


September 1988 -                ADMISSIONS ASSISTANT/CAMPBELLSVILLE UNIVERSITY


May 1993                              Responsibilities included processing all applicant information for incoming


                                                students.  Prepared and maintained statistical report based on incoming


                                                students.  Developed and prepared form letters relating to the admissions


                                                process for new students and returning students.  Encoded all information


                                                about student population into mainframe computer system.


 


 


AWARDS AND HONORS


 


                Business Department Outstanding Student Award -- May 1987


                Served as Student Representative on Teacher Education Self-Study at CampbellsvilleUniversity       Appointed as Chief Justice for Student Judicial Council -- Campbellsville University  1994 - 95


                Appointed as Joint Chief Justice for Student Judicial Council Campbellsville University – 1995 - 96


                Received Five-Year Service Award Campbellsville University -- 1993


Appointed as member of Financial Aid Committee Campbellsville University-- 1993 - 1996


                Appointed as Chair of Academic Appeals Committee – Sullivan University 1997 – 1999


                Promoted to Continuing Education Coordinator – October 2003 – Sullivan University


 


SPECIAL TRAINING CONFERENCES ATTENDED


 



  • Noel Levitz Customer Service Training – April 2007 

  • Noel Levitz Conference on Student Retention and Enrollment – July 2004

  • Noel Levitz Conference on Student Retention and Enrollment – October 1998


 


REFERENCES


 


Helen Bongard, JD                                                               Dr. Pat Cowherd


Paralegal Chair                                                                      Dean of School of Business & Economics


Sullivan University                                                              Campbellsville University


2355 Harrodsburg Road                                                      1 University Drive


Lexington, KY 40504                                                            Campbellsville, KY 42718


Work phone:  859-276-4357                                                Work phone:  (270) 789-5553


Cell phone: (859) 230-5547                                  Email: phcowherd@campbellsville.edu


Email:  Hbongard@sullivan.edu


 


Candace Ward                                                                     


3700 Elmridge Drive                                                            


Phenix, City, AL  36869


Cell phone:  (706) 304-1497


 

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