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Julie Burke, MPH, CHES

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Julie Burke

on 18 October 2012

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Communications
Public Health
Wellness Julie M. Burke, MPH, CHES Professional Experience Foundation Coordinator (April 2012 to present) School Nutrition Association Communications Coordinator (January 2011 to April 2012) School Nutrition Association highlights Florida International University
Master of Public Health
Health Promotion, Disease Prevention

University of Texas
Certificate of Public Health

Loyola University New Orleans
Bachelor of Arts
Communications, specializing in Advertising
Minor: Spanish Education - Certified Health Education Specialist (17032)
- Certified Personal Trainer: AFAA
- FEMA Courses: ICS-100, ICS-200, ICS-700
- Languages: Spanish - intermediate, Brazilian Portuguese - basic
- Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Certifications & Skills juliemburke@gmail.com Contact Information - Member-driven communications efforts publishing weekly eblasts with Foundation updates
- Maintain databases for eight different scholarship funds and remain in constant contact with funders, recipients & scholarship committee
- Coordinate, plan, produce Webinar series with a special focus on member interests & engage members to participate
- Assistant with multi-million dollar grant for school breakfast program by creating unique web content and regular communications
- Heavy focus on time management, research, & writing Child Nutrition Policy Center
- Create unique website content on issues relating to school nutrition and legislative policy
- Analyze news content and distribute daily and weekly newsletters to members, legislators and governmental and non-governmental organizations
- Prepare conference statements for SNA President
- Assist in planning national conferences
- Create and maintain databases using Excel and Aptify

Global Child Nutrition Foundation
- Assist in planning international Global Child Nutrition Forum and annual Gala event
- Save the organization more than $2,000 through investigative research skills
- Manage social media accounts
- Update website content
- Manage production of and create content for quarterly newsletter
- Plan US school feeding tour for members of international delegations Intern (August 2010 - December 2010) U.S. Congressional Office - Prepared testimonials and speeches for Member of Congress
- Initial point of contact for constituents
- Led guided tours of the Capitol
- Assisted in daily office tasks: filing, typing, answering phone calls, responding to faxes and emails Florida Heart Research Institute Health Screener/Intern (August 2009 - July 2010) - Assist Program Coordinator in all aspects of the Living for Health program
- Verify and enter data from community screenings into Remark OMR database software
- Aid Director of Education and Prevention with grant proposal
- Edit and help create presentations for Nutrition Coordinator
- Conduct research on community-based health projects to find best practices
- Perform corporate and community-based screenings for cholesterol, elevated glucose and blood pressure levels, overweight & obesity Volunteer Mentor/Diabetes Education Counselor/Consultant (March 2005 - present) American Youth Understanding Diabetes Abroad, Inc. (AYUDA) - Care for and educate children and youth with Type 1 Diabetes during weeklong camp, Campo Amigo Ecuador
- Coordinate programs and activities for campers with Type 1 diabetes in Ecuador
- Hold educational and informational sessions about diabetes and camping with parents of children with Type 1 diabetes
- Travel throughout the country locating children with who are unable to afford medical supplies or proper education to use these supplies
- Raise funds to make Campo Amigo Ecuador a reality and provide proper medical treatments to children

- Coordinated Volunteer Training Program held in conjunction with the American Diabetes Association's Scientific Sessions Volunteer recruitment for Ecuador program, corresponded with all volunteers throughout the duration of the program
-Conducted mass mailings to current and prospective donors
- Maintained donor and volunteer databases to ensure all volunteers have raised sufficient funds and general donations are properly recorded
- Created media marketing materials and packets
- Oversaw interns and office affairs in the absence of Global Program Director helping children and youth with type 1 diabetes live happier, healthier lives *please make sure presentation is in full screen mode and click arrows to advance. www.linkedin.com/in/juliemburke
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