LYNETTE A. ESPARZA
907 Rolling Rock
San Antonio, TX 78245
My objective is to obtain a position in the field of education for elementary school children.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
A detail-oriented professional who works well independently and also as a team member. My strengths include:
Organizational Skills Problem Solving
Team Player Self Motivated
Bank of America
Accounting Specialist III (2005-2012)
Responsibilities include performing foreign correspondent bank DDA, general ledger and internal DDA account reconciliations. Researched and reported outstanding items until resolution and communicating with teammates in Home Office and Overseas Division. Collaborated and Cross-Trained with teammates, implementation and execution of new procedures.
LEAD OPERATIONS REPRESENTATIVE (2001-2005)
Verified Incoming Wires and process Outgoing Wire in a timely manner to achieve production and deadlines. Achieved successful recovery of funds by researching and finding resolution of outstanding/pending transactions. Also, responsible for required training in wires area including: new-hire, cross-training and procedure updates. Improved communication channels and developed cross-functional partnership with Customer Service / Recon departments.
OPERATIONS REPRESENTATIVE 2000-2001
Transactional balancing of customer deposits including: personal and business deposits, internal documents and any high dollar or special handling requirements. Continuously processed high production with the resolution of 30-35 customer discrepancies per hour.
University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, TX 2011
Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies, Minors in Special Education and Reading
University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, TX 2013
Masters in the Art of Teaching
Student Teaching at Scarborough Elementary School, 2013
Attended ARD Meeting, Meet the Teacher Night, Parent Orientation, Language Arts Committee, Fundraiser event, small group instruction, created Math manipulatives, Team planning,
Running Records Training, 2013
A Day of Love and Logic-A Year of Success, 2012
Hawthorne Academy UIL Competition Judge, 2012
Beacon Hill Elementary Science Fair Judge, 2010
Morgan's Wonderland volunteer, 2011
PALS mentor, 2001-2011
Clarity Guidance Center volunteer, 2010
We must all understand Digital Citizenship. It is concept which helps us to use technology appropriately. Digital Citizenship is a way to prepare technology users and students especially, for a world full of technology. We must all use technology appropriately, and more so, be responsible. Too often we are seeing students as well as adults misusing and abusing technology. We do not always know what to do or how to report it. We have to be concerned with what is considered appropriate technology usage and how to act when we are online.