Assistant Project Manager
Susan M. Hallenbeck
6257 N. 18th Street
Arlington, VA 22205
(703) 532-5251 / (703) 887-7474
Education: George Mason University, Arlington, Virginia
Paralegal Certificate, Fall 2010
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics and Finance, Spring 1985
Computers: BST Cloud Server, Projectwise, WestLaw Legal Research, MS Office – Windows 10, MS Project, MS Access, MS Photo Editor, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe PhotoShop, Adobe PageMaker, Quark Express, MapInfo-Target Pro.
2008 – 2011
Consultant for Start–Up Real Estate Companies, Northern Virginia and Washington DC
Independent Administrative Contractor
Conducted research and analysis for new projects for small, fast-paced real-estate and development companies to assist in logistic requirements for advancement and expanding growth within in the firm(s)' requirements, including projection data and liability. Worked to complete client projects goals within scheduled objectives, while on budget and within demands.
Paralegal Certificate, George Mason University
Completed, with advanced achievement, instruction on legal analysis, legal research, investigation, attorney and paralegal ethics, regulations, litigation assistantship, client interviewing, terminology and lexicon. Composed interoffice law memorandum and briefs, demand letters, request for interrogatories, production of documents, and admissions. Wrote complete appellate brief applying full legal analysis through employing research skills utilized in physical law library and drawn from Westlaw Legal Research internet site. Obtained Westlaw Certification in Research Concepts, Key-Citing, Statutes and Case Law.
The Staubach Company, Washington, DC
Executive Project Manager Assistant
Provided conception and production of all phases of complex reports made available to various States, Municipalities and educational institutions. Researched and compiled past and present statistics of clients' operating structure, overall economic data, financial movement, demographics, and predicted future growth. Aided in qualifying each city's or institution's financial needs and potentials. Composed and edited interim and final reports for client's projects. Creation of geographic, structural and physical maps of proposed city and campus layouts prepared as needed. Coordinated all in and out-of-State conferences through local vendors.
Insignia/ESG Commercial Real Estate (Now CB Richard Ellis), Washington, DC
Senior Executive Assistant
Researched, produced and amended RFPs, leases, Letters of Intent and other client required documents. Created, the Quarterly Research Marketing Report. Wrote and edited all new documents going to the client as necessary Promoted media campaigns and special projects. Tried to keep client's needs and requirements a priority.
Financial Services Experience: 1985-1996
1985 - 1996
v Wall Street – Traded Municipal Bonds, Syndicate Stocks, as well as Equities on the Stock Exchange and Commodities on the COMAX. Clients were usually institutional investors and high net worth clients. Aided in pricing and implementation of trading strategies. Provided support in opening new accounts in compliance with SEC regulations. Also routinely prepared technical and graphic proposals.
Aviation Experience: 1988-1989
v Commercial Pilot - Northeast Philadelphia Airport & Stella Maris Resort, Long Island, Bahamas
Flew single and twin engine planes to deliver cargo along the eastern seaboard, flight instruction given in Philadelphia and Miami, as well as transporting vacationers to various resorts in the Bahamas.
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