Name Elysa Hall
Residence Bay Area of California
Education Everett Community College, Washington.  2006
Henry Cogswell College, Everett.  Majoring in Digital Arts.  2004-2006
Marysville-Pilchuck High School.  Graduated in 2004.
  • Expert Word, Publisher, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, HTML.
  • Intermediate PowerPoint, Access, Excel, Illustrator, CSS.
  • Novice JavaScript, PHP, EndNote.
  • Able to troubleshoot and resolve computer and web issues.
  • Excellent with computers, programs learned quickly.
  • Self-directed, able to maintain and prioritize a long list of tasks.
  • Friendly, excellent social skills, has worked with\assisted a variety of personalities and ages.
  • Have assembled personal desktop computer from parts ordered.
  • Freehand drawing as well as computer drawing\painting with a tablet.
Work Experience  August 2014 – January 2015                                                 Stanford University                                                                          Department of Anesthesia, Stanford CAAdministrative Assistant

Assisted in daily activities for a research lab. Researched solutions for issues, handled purchase orders, hotel and flight reservations.

  • Proofread, formatted, and created and edited figures for research manuscripts.
  • Repaired, maintained and updated the software in the lab computers as needed, backed up hard drives, and researched website and email services.
  • Other duties as needed.

March 2013 – November 2013                                            University of Washington                                                                      Department of Comparative Medicine, Seattle WA
Program Coordinator

  • Received and placed orders for the entire University. Database entry through the Sirius program system.  Tracking of files and paperwork of all transactions.
  • Communicated with researchers and vendors to reconcile any issues within the same week. Issues did not carry over from week to week due to vendor deadlines.
  • Detail oriented paperwork tracking.

February 2008 – March 2013                                               University of Washington                                                      Department of Comparative Medicine, Seattle WA
Program Assistant

Designed, coded, maintained and updated Department websites.

IT support gateway for the Department.  Tasks included but were not limited to:

  • Troubleshooting various IT issues.
  • Replacing computer parts.
  • Ordering new IT equipment.
  • Setting up computers and printers.
  • Educated coworkers on programs such as Microsoft Office.