Kimberlee joined ResumeEdge in 2012 as a Resume Editor. In 2004, Kimberlee began her post-grad career as the Director of the Texas Tropical Trail Region, a heritage tourism non-profit organization. In 2007, she began her work in healthcare philanthropy, working as a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society and Texas A&M University Health Science Center. While attending college, Kimberlee worked in various administrative, customer service and finance positions in city and county government, school district administration, hotel/motel and retail sales and customer service. Kimberlee has a Bachelor and Master of Arts in history and is currently a part-time lecturer in American History at Texas A&M University. Her writing experience spans from a monthly newspaper column on historic preservation to grant proposals for the pharmaceutical sciences. Kimberlee’s diverse background has provided her with an understanding of K-12 and higher education, non-profit, local government and retail industries. She has served as a resume and interview panelist for administration, faculty, student admissions, customer service, and sales.
A Resume Tip from Kimberlee G
Know your targeted position. Your resume should be tailored to it in order to showcase how your skills meet its requirements.