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1 Kari L. Vize , MSW ___________________
Kari L. Vize , MSW ______________________________________ Summary of Qualifications Results - oriented, hig h - energy, hands - on professional with a successful record of accomplishments in the educational and human services environments . Experience in program development and coordination of services; visioning and strategic planning; recruitment, enrollment and retention strategies; leadership and supervision; budget development, management and reporting; program design and assessment; training and inst ruction; grant - writing; all with a high degree of cultural competency and global awareness. Experience working with, and on, Board of Directors/Trustees. Major strengths include, excellent communication skills, highly developed critical thinking and proble m - solving skills, competent and self - directed with attention to detail , strong team player, dutiful respect for compliance in all regulated environments, strong leadership and supervisory skills including hiring, termination, scheduling, training, and other administrative tasks; t horough knowledge of current educational policies, best practices and innovative tren ds; strong commitment to Catholic values and the importance of purpose and mission. Professional Accomplishments Administrative Leaders hip:  Development and implementation of the Compass program at Clarke University, integrating curricular and co - curricular learning outcomes into an intentional framework of experiences to create career and life ready graduates; collaborative efforts to provide leadership and vision in the establishment of policies and procedures to effectively deliver comprehensive and consistent services; short term, annual and long - range planning initiatives. Development and a ssessment of program outcomes; s uccessf ul partnerships with Faculty Development Committee and Faculty Policy Committee to provide structure, training and support for the implementation of the Compass experience campus - wide to promote student growth and development. 2015 - present  Provide to admi nistration and University community current information about employment trends, developing career opportunities, impact on curriculum planning and feedback concerning stu dents' professional achievement and development of essential skills; 2015 - present  Me mber of the Clarke Visioning Committee; tasked with creating the future vision for the institution to remain competitive and viable within the changing higher educa tion landscape; integration of the goals and vision of the Compass initiative through clear articulation of the outcomes and value to all stakeholders and constituents . 2015 – present  Member of the Iowa Campus Compact with participation in both regional and statewide planning and summits; Member and participant in Career Professionals of Iowa, a consortium of private and public institutions who meet semi - annually to review shared issues, share resources and collaborate on new initiatives in the state of Iowa. 2015 - present  Member of the Catholic Identity Committee, Clarke University, currently foc used on further defining and integrating the Common Good at all levels of the curriculum, in alignment with the Compass program.  Program Director for TRiO Student Support Services, including writing and successful award of two grant applications to DOE for continuation funding of the program , both five year awards ; nine years of experience in successful management of the TRiO program, including recruitment and enrollment of students; direct supervision of three full - time advis ors and an administrative staff ; overall accountability for compliance with federal laws and regulations related to program services; enrollment of students, management of budget and program expenditures;

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submission of annual performance report to the Department of Education. 2006 - 2015  Supervision of Disability Services, including assurance of compliance with federal regulations and ADA legislation , budgeting and programming . 2006 - 2015  Integral team member of the First Year Experience committee at Black Hawk College, involving the desi gn, development and implementation of several components, including the NewSTARS group advising, Online Orientation and creation and delivery of the CES 100 course (freshman seminar) . 2010 - 2015  Early Alert Committee member , responsible for successful design and implementation of an internally created program using Banner Work Flow. 2010 - 2014  Representative for Student Services on the Developmental Education committee, responsible for review of data and needs assessment lea ding to recommendations and program changes for serving students in developmental education courses. 2011 - 2013  Responsible team member for the curriculum design and implementation of the College Experience and Success Course; adjunct fac ulty. 2012 - 2015  Active participant on the BHC Directors Leadership Team, with extensive collaboration and interaction with key administrators and coordinators across campus.  Founding Director of the Henry County Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) , responsibl e for all admini strative duties; l ed collaboration and coordination of services with in multip le community and civic entities; c omplete financial and budgetary management. Program Development:  Primary responsibility for the implementation , monitoring and assessment of the Compass program at Clarke University. Responsible for approving content and criteria to meet new experiential learning outcomes towards graduation; responsible for the design, creation and management of online tracking and co - curricular transcript portal , including education on usage to students, staff and faculty .  D esign and implementation of all services through TRiO Student Support Services, within the federally regulat ed requirements for the program, as written in approved grant applications. T he last writing included outcomes, strategies and assessment of non - cognitive development in students.  Direct input into the development of the Early Alert program at BHC, including the processes integrated into the Work Flow set - up; assessment and progra m changes based on data analysis.  Initiated the review of SARS products and assisted in the design and implementation of SARS GRID, TRAK and ESARS for the tutoring center, TRiO Student Support Services, and other departments within Black Hawk College, crea ting an integrated scheduling, tracking and reporting system for serviced provided to students; 2012 - 2015 .  Initiated and facilitated the Math Bridges summer program with the BHC Math Department to pilot the use of ALEKS, a math software program, to instruc t and teach students math skills moving them from developmental to college level math courses, 2011. The product is now used in place of cl assroom instruction for developmental math courses at the institution .  Led the internal BHC committee charged with t he exploration and implementation of Plato Learning software to provide online support for students in a tutorial format.  Led implementation of online tutoring services to BHC students; reviewed and implemented online tutoring services for BHC students thr ough a contractual agreement with Tutor.com, 2009; Ongoing collaboration with the company to expand and improve services available to BHC students. 2009 - 2015 Personnel Supervision, Management and Evaluation:  Direct supervision of two full time staff in Career Services and shared supervision on contractual g r ant

3 staff, BSW practicum students and stude
staff, BSW practicum students and students workers at Clarke University ; identification of professional development needs of departmental staff and subsequent matching with training and mentoring opportunities ; current assessment of growing needs of the department to determine appropriate staffing to assure continuation of services to meet the needs of students .  D irect supervision of four full - time BHC employees and one part - time employee, as well as indirect supervision of 30+ support staff and tutoring staff, both part - time and student workers. This includes performance evaluations for direct reports as well as compliance with both the UAW and IFT/Pro - Tech union rules and regulations.  Direct supe rvision of one full - time and three part - time employees including hiring, training, progressive discipline and termination; responsible for multi - disciplinary t eam training and coordination; Henry County CAC.  Direct supervision, hiring and management of eight S ite Coordinators and indirect supervision of staff at eight sites in Scott County for the Head Start Program through Iowa East Central TRAIN. This included employee evaluations and disciplinary guidance. Financial Management and Budget Responsibil ities:  Management of departmental budget for Compass and Career Services at Clarke University, as well as grant funds administered through Career Services.  Budget creation, management and reporting for three budgets at Black Hawk College, including complia nce with OMB Circulars and federal regulations for TRiO Student Support Services.  Direct oversight and development of annual budgets for the Henry County Children’s Advocacy Center; submission, management and reporting for all grants at the local, state and federal levels; created, organized and facilitated all fundraising activities .  Direct management of fund s for the eight Head Start sites in Scott County, Iowa, in compliance with federal regulations;  Successfully wrote a nd submitted the start - up grant through IL DCFS for funding the Henry County CAC, 1998; Created the program design, goals, objectives, and outcomes; led service expansion into a five county area including the creation of two satellite sites, to provide loc al services to victims, 2002 - 2003; Implemented innovative technology to produce video - taped victim interviews to reduce trauma, 2001. External Collaborations and Partnerships:  Work with Career Services staff to develop and nurture employer relationships via strategic marketing and relationship management efforts.  Member of the Dubuque Chamber of Commerce; collaborative efforts to engage students in community training and activities, as well as bring career training initiatives to campus.  Partnership with Greater Dubuque Development Corporation to provide students with networking and career development opportunities both on and off campus.  Collaboration with Iowa Works to offer students career development training and workshops to increase career readiness skills.  Collaboration with other area institutions to offer students opportunities to network with employers and interview of employment and internship positions.  Partnership with United Way to utilize an online civic engagement portal to connect with area agencies and build capacity in the Dubuque community, as well as provide service learning opportunities for students.  Creation of partnership with Western Il linois University to provide internships for students in the Graduate English Department for place ment in the Black Hawk College Student Success Center , offering opportunities in the tutoring and Supplemental Instruction programs.  Presented at the Sloan Consortium for Online Technology with an overview of the programs c

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reated and implemented at BHC uti lizing technology to better serve and support students.  Coordinated team for the United Way Day of Caring at Black Hawk College for staff and faculty to work on projects in the community .  BHC Representative for the Arrowhead Conference for the Region IV NJ CAA.  Collaborated with Tutor.com to utilize the BHC campus to create a public relations video currently used to promote their program nationally . Conflict Resolution and Grievance:  Demonstrated a bility to resolve conflicts with students and stakeholders, as demonstrated through the continued responses to student complaints in the TRiO SSS, Tutoring and Disability Services programs at Black Hawk College. 2009 - 2015  Trained in crisis management, sui cide intervention and conflict resolution. 1985 - 2010  Demonstrated ability to deal with parents , advocates and stakeholders of persons with disabilities and mental health issues; 2006 - present, 1985 - 1988.  In - home family therapy with families indicated for child abuse and neglect; 199 0 - 1993  Intervention and assistance to victims of child sexual abuse and their families, 1999 - 2004 Work History  Director of Compass and Career Services, Clarke University, Dubuque, IA ; 05/2015 - present  Student Success Center Director/Director of TRiO Student Support Services, Black Hawk College, Moline, IL; 01/2006 – 05/2015  Program Manager, Head Start, Iowa East Central TRAIN, Davenport, IA; 08/ 20 04 - 01/ 20 06  Director of the Henry County Children’s Advoca cy Center, Cambridge, IL; 03/ 19 99 - 11/ 20 03  Child Protection Investigator, Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, Rock Island, IL; 08/ 19 93 - 03/ 19 99  In - home Family Therapist, Family Resources, Inc, Moline, IL 1990 - 1993  Case Manager/Outreach Worke r, Vera French Mental Health Center, Davenport, IL; 1988 - 1990  Assistant Coordinator, Hillcrest Family Services, Dubuque, IA; 1987 - 1988  Recreation Manager/Weekend Supervisor, Area Residential Care, Dubuque, IA; 1985 - 1987  Multi - disciplinary Team Tr ainer, State of Illinois; 2002 - 2 003 Education  Master’s in Social Work, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA; 1996  B.S. in Art Therapy, University of Wisconsin - Superior, Superior, WI; 1985 Professional Development  Liberal Arts Illuminated: Pathways, Possibilities, Partnerships; College of St. Benedict/St. John’s (MN) July 11 - 13, 2016  Upper Midwest Civic Engagement Summit; University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA; May 31 - June 1, 2016  QCPDN Professional Supervisor Certification; 2013  GROW CEO, Integrity Integrated; 2012 - 2013  Ins titute for First Year Student Success In the Community College , University of South Carolina; 2012  Developmental Education Summit, Lake Land College; 2012  Supplemental Instruction Supervisor Training; UMKC; 2010  Examiner Training; Lincoln Foundation for Performance Excellence; 2009  Creating Campus Conditions for Student Success; 2009  Multiple Intersections: AHEAD National Conference; 2008  MAEOPP Institute for the Advancement of Leadership and Program Management; 2008  Retention Mana gement Systems Community of Educators Workshop; 2008  PERSIST - A Comprehensive Guide for Student Success in Higher Education, ECMC Foundation; 2007  Council for Opportunity in Education, National Conference; 2006 - 2013  Priority 1 - 5 TRiO trainings: Record Keeping, Legislation and Regulations, Budget Management, Strategies for Outreach and Intervention, Retention, Educational Technology, Needs Assessment, Strategies for Financial Literacy, Post - Secondary Admissions and Financial Aid, Program Evaluatio n; 2007 - 2

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