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As a graduate of Drexel University's six-year Architecture program, I was afforded the unique opportunity to gain full-time work experience while in school. While at Drexel, I continued a competitive figure skating career and represented Team USA in international competition, and competed at the 2010 U.S. Nationals-- the Olympic trials. Completing a year-long thesis project, working at an architecture firm, and continuing to pursue one of my passions taught me great discipline, time management skills, and the ability to multitask. In the fall of 2010 I took the opportunity to join to a professional ice skating show, Holiday on Ice, which toured Europe for 14 months. Traveling over 50 cities and 14 countries, I was able to witness marvelous architecture, thriving urban environments of varying scales, and experience different cultures. I am currently looking for full-time employment in the New York Area.
Holiday on Ice, Amsterdam, NL, Principle Performer
A principle ice skater with the largest, most attended ice show production in the world. Completed a 2 year contract across 50 cities, traveled 13 European countries; responsible for multiple public relations events, on camera and press interviews, voice-overs, and met with sponsors and company partners. Attended multiple media training events.
Kelly Maiello Architects and Planners, Philadelphia, PA, US, Staff Architect
Critically involved in a multitude of different projects with a range of responsibilities within office. Scheduled AIA seminars, vendor luncheons, and met individually with product representatives. Maintained the product library, organized and updated the CSI Divisions catalogue, as well as a selection of current architectural magazine publications. Collaborated with principles and project architects of the firm on large-scale urban projects such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Philadelphia School District, the Philadelphia Convention Center and the President's House.
Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, 2+4 Bachelor of Architecture
Completed six-year degree program in the Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts and Design which allowed for full-time employment in an architecture firm. After five years of studio courses, architectural history studies, structures courses, humanities, professional electives, and art classes, met every two weeks with an adviser to complete a full-year, independent thesis project . Cum Laude graduate with a 3.65 GPA and a member of the Penonni Honors College.
Dean's List Scholar (2004-2010), Other
United States Figure Skating Scholar Athlete Award Winner (2005, 2006, 2007), Scholarship
Awarded to exceptional scholar-athlete students. Based on a calculation which considers high grade point average and competitive success.