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Kendra M. Batten M.

A, LPA
Phone: (336) 314-0482  Email: kmbatten@uncg.edu

CAREER PROFILE
Detail-oriented professional with years of experience as a Licensed Psychological Associate and multi-year experience as
a volunteer of a community-based participatory research study.

EDUCATION
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, North Carolina
 Doctorate in Nutrition (May 2020)

North Carolina Central University, Durham, North Carolina


 Master of Arts in Psychology (May 2008)

North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, North Carolina


 Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (December 1999)

TECHINICAL SKILLS
 Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and PowerPoint

WORK EXPERIENCE
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, North Carolina
Graduate Assistant, July 2016 - Present
 Perform graduate assistant duties including proctoring, tutoring, grading and creating supplemental learning
materials for undergraduate students.

Compassionate Care, Greensboro, North Carolina


Licensed Psychological Associate June 2015- July 2016
 Provided and monitored behavioral support plans for developmentally delayed individuals based on interview and
review of standardized testing results.

FHI360, Durham, North Carolina


Research Assistant, April 2013 - June 2013
 Coordinated and facilitated meetings and activities as well as developed and executed dissemination plans related
to HIV Prevention for a community-based participatory study.

Alase Center for Enrichment: Durham, North Carolina


Licensed Psychological Associate, December 2008 - September 2012
 Provided individual therapy, clinical interviews, psychoeducational testing to clinical and non-clinical
populations.
 Created and maintained progress notes.
 Mentored practicum students.

Urban Ministry: Greensboro, North Carolina


Assistant Shelter Manager, September 2003 - September 2007
 Provided intake services, discharge planning and brief conflict resolution to a transient population who presented
with mental, physical and socioeconomic challenges.
 Operated as community resource liaison.

AWARDS/PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
 Jefferson Pilot Corporation Fellowship 2018-2019
 Louise E. Lowe Scholarship 2017-2018
 Nutrition Graduate Student Association Member
Member, August 2017-May 2018
 Food Recovery Network- University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Member, August 2016-August 2017
 American Psychological Associate Member
Member, June 2008-Present

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
Mustard Seed Community Health, Greensboro, NC
Volunteer, August 2018-Present (4 hours)
 Act as a nutrition consultant at community meetings
Moses H. Cone Hospital, Greensboro, NC
Volunteer, June 2018-Present (43 hours)
 Transport outpatient and discharged patients to their vehicles
 Greet visitors
 Answer phone in Guest Services Department
Out of the Garden Project, Greensboro, NC
Volunteer, January 2018-Present (36 hours)
 Organize and fill food packs
Guilford County Cooperative Extension Center, Greensboro, NC
Volunteer, June 2017 (16 hours)
 Created lesson plans based on established curriculum
 Taught basic nutrition that include food safety, food groups and importance of good nutrition through age-
appropriate activities
 Attended staff and volunteer meetings
 Assisted with food preparation for cooking demonstrations
Food Assistance, Inc., Greensboro, NC
Volunteer, September 2016-November 2016 (6.5 hours)
 Helped organize and fill grocery bags for home delivery
 Completed in-home food assistance interviews
Special Olympics, High Point, NC
Volunteer, November 2016 (6 hours)
 Provided anthropometric measurements for developmentally delayed event participants
 Helped organize vendor area and nutrition education materials
Women’s Resource Center, Greensboro, NC
Volunteer, October 2013-Present
 Provide guided tours of the facility and educate clients on available resources
 Conduct phone follow-up surveys
 Provide community resource counseling to women 18 years and older