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SARAH ELIZABETH NEVILLE

SarahENeville@gmail.com 17 Winter Street, Watertown, MA 02472 (603) 231-1385


E D U C AT I O N
Tufts University, Medford, MA expected May 2016
Master of Arts in Child Study and Human Development; 3.77 GPA
Tufts University, Medford, MA May 2014
Bachelor of Arts in Child Development, Chinese minor; Summa cum laude, Deans List all semesters, 3.80 GPA
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China Fall 2012
Tufts In China study abroad program; intensive Mandarin courses with language and cultural immersion experience
SELECTED EXPERIENCE
Education Development Center, Waltham, MA
International Administrative Coordinator, August 2015-Present
Manage all administration for the International Development Division
Project coordinator for USAID Nigeria Northern Education Initiative Plus
Save the Children US
Youth Employment Intern, June 2015-August 2015, Washington, DC
Supported monitoring and evaluation (M&E) for Skills to Succeed program through data cleaning, liaising with country
offices, and developing an M&E manual for country offices M&E staff
Global Strategy Intern, January 2015-May 2015, remotely from Medford, MA, to Washington, DC
Assisted in developing guidance and toolkits to aid members and country offices in aligning with global strategy
Aggregated and analyzed survey data on implications of global strategy shift provided by members and country offices
Tufts University Massachusetts Healthy Families Evaluation, Medford, MA
Child Interviewer, Early Childhood Study, January 2015-May 2015
Administered standardized assessment protocol to a culturally and economically diverse group of pre-school and
kindergarten age children in their homes across Massachusetts.
Tufts University Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development, Medford, MA
Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Child Development, September 2013-December 2013; September 2014-May 2015
Taught section of 35+ students; created and graded homework, essays, exams; organized assessment data for 100+ students
Tufts University Environmental Studies Program, Medford, MA
Intern, January 2013-May 2013
Served as temporary replacement for Program Coordinator until position was filled; responsible for all tasks related to
Environmental Studies undergraduates including social media, event planning & marketing, processing financial paperwork
Created, designed, and populated student internship database with FileMaker Pro 13
Tufts University Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development, Medford, MA
Summer Scholar/Principal Investigator, May 2012-May 2014; Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ellen Pinderhughes
Designed self-directed research project on pre-adoption preparation of parents adopting special needs children from China
Created original and used existing measures for survey and interview development, developed survey in Qualtrics, recruited
sample, cleaned data, completed quantitative analysis of survey with SPSS and qualitative analysis of interviews
Half the Sky Foundation, remotely from Medford, MA, to Berkeley, CA
China Care Clubs Intern, September 2013-December 2013
Researched and delivered presentation History and Current Situation of Chinas Orphanages at conference at Harvard U.
Interviewed China Care Clubs leaders about member education and created 10-minute educational video resources for Clubs
Communications and Development Intern, September 2011-December 2011
Provided social media analysis and consultation for new strategies, researched relevant news items and content
Helped strategize for China Care Clubs program, organized meeting between club members and Foundation representative
Tufts University Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development, Medford, MA
Research Assistant, September 2011-Mary 2012; Principal Investigator: Dr. Ellen Pinderhughes

Assisted to create A Changing World: Shaping Best Practices through Understanding of the New Realities of Intercountry
Adoption, a policy paper written in partnership with and published by the Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute

Joint Council on International Childrens Services, Alexandria, VA


Community Outreach Intern, June 2011-August 2011
Directed and executed community outreach communications, including organizations blog, Facebook, and Twitter
Created new outreach tactics and techniques and acted as troubleshooter for constituency relations
PU B LI CAT I O N S

Detention & Developmentally Appropriate Practice in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Classroom Management, 2015

AWAR D S AN D H O N O R S

Eliot-Pearson Undergraduate Research-Practice Integration Award, 2014


Joint Council on International Childrens Services Emerging Leaders Scholarship, 2014

SKILLS

Languages: English (native), Mandarin Chinese (advanced), Spanish (beginner)

Technology: HTML/XHTML, CSS, and web design; social media management including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and
WordPress; SPSS, FileMaker Pro, eTapestry, Microsoft Office 365, Dreamweaver, Adobe Creative Suite; video editing.