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  1. PROFESSIONAL VITAE Perry Boler III PERSONAL DATA Birthdate: September 17, 1969 Home Address: 20 Longwood, Monroe, Louisiana 71203 Telephone: (H): (318) 855-6506; (C)…
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  • 1. PROFESSIONAL VITAE Perry Boler III PERSONAL DATA Birthdate: September 17, 1969 Home Address: 20 Longwood, Monroe, Louisiana 71203 Telephone: (H): (318) 855-6506; (C) (318) 789-5873 E-mail address: pboler10@yahoo.com EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND 2009-Present University of the Rockies- Doctorate of Psychology(Organizational Leadership) Anticipated Graduation 12/12 2007 Grambling State University, Grambling, Louisiana Master of Science; December 14, 2007 (Graduate) Sport Administration (Concentration) 3.92 GPA 1992-1995 Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, North Carolina Bachelor of Science Business Administration Major- Marketing Minor- Office Administration 1989-1991 Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana Major- Office Administration 1987 Leilehua High School, Wahiawa, HI High School Diploma 1984-1987 Tuscola High School, Waynesville, North Carolina Transferred to Leilehua High School
  • 2. Perry Boler III Professional Vitae TEACHING EXPERIENCES (OIC) Opportunities Industrialization Center of Ouachita, Inc., Monroe, Louisiana 1999-2000 Computer Instructor Taught basic typing skills and used interactive software to help disadvantaged lower income adults to become self-sufficient. Utilized guest speakers, and actual work sites such as State Farm, Chase, and other places of employment to give the students real-life scenarios in the work place. Monroe City Schools Systems (2009-Present) Substitute Teacher Holiday Inn Express (2009-Present) Stay Real Relaunch (Guest Experience Champion) Conducted a 5-week training program to help deliver the new philosophy and New standards for all Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Expresses internationally. Usage of multiple PowerPoint presentations were utilized and the use of Internet media was used in translating information to staff. 2
  • 3. Perry Boler III Professional Vitae WORK EXPERIENCE May 2009-Present; Substitute Teacher (Monroe City Schools) Monroe, Louisiana. February 2009-present; Night Auditor (Holiday Inn express) West Monroe, Louisiana Compile information from days business into one report for General Manager. Check in guests to the hotel and create a hospitable atmosphere for our guests who utilize our services for transient affairs. Also set up our breakfast for our guests for dining. Also implement tools to increase revenue for the property. Increased revenue by 10% since employment. Monthly revenue is in the range or $180,000-200,000. Yearly revenue ranges from 2M-2.5M. Develop various strategies to increase customer service. Assist GM in decisions affecting P & L and understanding the fundamental makeup of what P& L mean s to the financial structure of a company Assist in sales calls and property management of the facility. Database Management systems used: Protobase 6.0, Opera 4.0, Holidex August 2008-February 2009 F&B Services Manager (Hilton of Shreveport) Assisted F&B Manager in running the dining area, bar, and banquet functions throughout the course of the shift. Assisted in inventory control of the bar and dining facilities. Coached team members to improve or maintain Hilton standards. Involved in executive meetings with the executive and marketing committees. Designed a positive financial and marketing strategy for the business and the guests that use our facility. Maintained daily activities throughout the shift such as making sure our room service department took care of our guests, and the patrons at the bar and dining facility were taken care of in the most hospitable way possible. Also, maintained and assisted manager in payroll procedures including temporary employees as well as non contracted employees in our department. Database Management systems used: Micros touch System Ameristar Casino (Associate Beverage Manager) Vicksburg, MS 2007-present Assisted beverage manager in scheduling, ordering inventory, coaching team members, directly supervised barstewards, and servers. Coached team members positively or negatively to improve performance. Assisted manager in completing evaluations and making sure our team members knew current affairs within the casino. Committed to make sure our guests were satisfied in having their beverages served to them in a timely fashion by our servers and that our beverage self serves and bars were cleaned and organized at all times. Facilitated interdepartment meetings in keeping up with upcoming events.
  • 4. 3 Perry BolerIII Professional Vitae Guide Corporation (Operator) Monroe, Louisiana 2002- 2006 Assembly line operator, facilitator between supervisor and union member in CIT meetings. Trained in lockout procedures, CPR, environmental hazards and procedures, OSHA regulations, confined space, and environmental safety of the plant. Alamo rent-a-car/ In-house with State Farm (Rental Control Coordinator) Monroe, Louisiana 2000-2002 Managed over 300 plus car rental reservations for State Farm and other insurance companies on a daily basis. Offer continual updates and statuses of policyholders personal vehicles in various body shops. Assisted State Farm in keeping rental costs down on replacement vehicles until customers vehicles are out of the body and service shops. Hospital Housekeeping Systems/Contracted at North Monroe Hospital (Assistant Director of Environmental Services), Monroe, Louisiana 1999 Responsibilities included but not limited to supply reconciliation, daily and bi-weekly payroll procedures, and hiring procedures. Provided quality assurance of related hospital departments, disciplinary procedures as well as in-service and employee counseling. Adhering to OSHA regulations as pertinent to the Environmental Services Department. Pilot Corporation (Co-Manager) Rayville, Louisiana 1998-1999 Responsibilities included but not limited to cash and credit card reconciliation, invoice receiving, enforcing daily operations on shift, verify all maintenance and sanitary operations were conducted in a safe manner. Direct responsibility of inventory control. 4
  • 5. Perry Boler III Professional Vitae PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Licensed Originator of the Residential Mortgage Lending Act State of Louisiana Sunrise Mortgage Biltmore Who’s Who (2009-Present) WORKSHOPS (PRESENTATIONS) Certificate of Achievement; (YEAP) Youth Adult Entrepreneurship Program Graduate. 4- week program in understanding procedures of starting and maintaining businesses and grant writing. Grambling State University- Creation of your personal business plan (Sport Marketing) Professor- Dr. Chevelle Hall. Included Powerpoint presentation of plan. Powerpoint presentation of collegiate coach’s salaries. Grambling State University. Professor- Dr. Chevelle Hall. Creation of Prospectus in a 3 phase presentation ( FACTORS THAT DETERMINE THE ENROLLMENT OF AN AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDENT ATHLETE AT AN HBCU.) Dept of Kinesiology, Sport and Leisure Studies. Grambling State University- College of Education, Inaugural Research Symposium. Participated as a Presider to introduce our fellow Doctors in the School of Education. Researching, Reforming, and Reclaiming . . . Excellence in Education. Guest Speaker: Dr. Colonel Henry Martin. Coordinator: Dr. Chevelle Hall. Holiday Inn Conference (New Orleans, La; Holiday Inn Superdome. Stay Real Seminar. This seminar focused on the new direction and philosophy of achieving excellent customer service for our guest visiting our properties worldwide. Seminar gave us hands on experience in being facilitators of given information to relay back to our properties. We were given the title Guest Experience Champions (GEC). We will be the main point of interaction when the guest enters or premises and the point of interaction leaving the premises. Our goal is to make sure the guest enjoyed their stay from entry to departure. 5
  • 6. Perry Boler III Professional Vitae EVENTS Annual UAW Region 5 Basketball Tournament Annual Zeta/Sigma Picnic (Forsyth Park, Monroe, La) Grambling State University Faculty Field Day 3rd Annual Wright- Ponton Basketball Tourn. 1st Inaugural (NAGWS) National Association for Girls and Women in Sport (“Girls Take Lead). Grambling State University President of NAGWS: Dr. Ketra Armstrong. I participated as organizer and speaker for Importance of Education of our Young women. Dr. Chevelle Hall was coordinator of event (02/07). (SLA) Sport Leaders Association presents the 2nd Annual Kim Young-Darlene Kluka Annual Volleyball Tournament. Grambling State University. I participated as the Event Planner and Coordinator of the event. Dr. Chevelle Hall and Meisha Sanders were Associate Coordinators of the event (04/07). Internship at University of Louisiana- Monroe (Athletic Department). Under the instruction of Doug Mosley (Assoc. Athletic Director) and Karina Craighead (Marketing Director) in the athletic department, I learned the various aspects of running a D-1 level athletic department. This internship was required by my department at Grambling State University. All aspects of the internship will be in my e-portfolio. Operation Manhood- Grambling State University (Dept of Kinesiology) Under this program, selected graduate students invited students from Grambling High School to a presentation about what parents, society and colleges expect from graduating seniors. It was a session that involved being respectful, choosing careers, and steering these young men away from the traps of prison and when they become parents, they can teach them the right way to be MEN. 6
  • 7. Perry Boler III Professional Vitae CIVIC MEMBERSHIPS SLA (Sport Leaders Association) Grambling State University Department of Kinesiology Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Royal Knights Social Club Vice-President of SLA (Sport Leaders Association) Grambling State University. Spring semester of 07. CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS PRO-FILE SPORTS MANAGEMENT COMPANY, INC. (PSMC) ; President and CEO Under this program, I help disadvantage young men and women in high school fulfill their dreams of entering college achieve academic success. For some student athletes this is often very difficult to obtain due to social and academic disadvantages in the home and in the school system. I have obtained my status as a 501 ( C) (3) public charity entity and plan to adopt 4 schools in the city of Monroe to start the program. This is also considered a non-profit company. VOLUNTEER SERVICE Big Brothers and Big Sisters Program Adopt a Highway Program First Baptist Church Brotherhood Program MILITARY SERVICE United States Army National Guard. Ft. Jackson, SC (Active Duty Station); Monroe, Louisiana 528th Engineer Battalion (Home Station) 1988-1991. Job Title: 71 Lima: Administrative Specialist Award (Most Improved Typist) Duties included supply reconciliation of Government issue material, inventory control, administrative duties included typing memorandums and letters to office personnel, faxing sensitive documents and performing basic administrative functions.
  • 8. 7 REFERENCES Dewanna Greer Program Coordinator University of Louisiana-Monroe Monroe, Louisiana 71203 318 342-1254 Laura Jacobs (Administrative Asst to the Superintendent of Monroe City Schools) 2101 Roselawn Avenue P.O.Box 4180 Monroe, La 71211-4180 325-0601 Dr. Chevelle Hall Department of Kinesiology/Sport Administration Grambling State University Monroe, Louisiana 71203 318 274-4094 Marilyn Hunter (Programs and Training Director) OIC (Opportunities Industrialization Center of Ouachita, Inc.) 3710 Dunlop Street Monroe, La 71203 325-1678 Rick Saulsberry Owner of Afrocentrics 3514 Desiard Street Monroe, La 71203 342-0032 8
  • 9. Perry Boler III Professional Vitae Addendum to Professional Vita NFLPA Contract Advisor Seminar for New Applicants 2003 & 2004- Invited and Participated in the NFLPA Contract Advisor Seminar for New Applicants. -Ritz Carlton, Washington, D.C. July 31-August 1, 2004 and July 29-30, 2004 respectively. Under the teachings of various instructors such as: Athelia Doggette, Asst. Director Salary Cap & Agent Administration, Ken Shropshire, Professor, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Richard Berthelsen, General Counsel, Deana Garner and Rachel Newman, NCAA Agents and Gambling Activities Division, and Mark Levin, Director of Salary Cap & Agent Administration, I had the opportunity to learn the intricacies of various topics of the collective bargaining agreement . We studied various topics such as: 1. Labor Law and theContract Advisor’s Role. 2. Basics of the NFL Player Contract System: What Every Contract Advisor Should Know. 3. NCAA Rules Affecting Contract Advisors 4. Player Benefits Under the CBA 5. Taking the Helmets Off-PLAYERS INC 6. Representing the Injured Player 7. The Salary Cap and Contract Negotiations 8. Representing Your Client Beyond Contract Negotiations These were just a few of the issues I had to learn to pass the NFLPA Contract Advisor Examination. On both occasions, I missed passing the test by two questions, but I am familiar with the ins and outs of the CBA and workings of the NFL. Taking in consideration my education, work history, my own non-profit sporting company, my intern at University of Louisiana-Monroe, and just proving everyday that I can function at a very high professional level in the sport marketing or sport management/marketing, I know I can be successful at that level. My goal is to become an Athletic Director of a university, or work at an executive level at an NBA, NFL, MLB, or any other professional franchise or company. I know if given the opportunity, I can prove to my peers that I am capable of being a professional in the sporting/or corporate industry.
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