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Grace Elizabeth Balbo

(513) 900-0253 ● 1359 Fleming Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45206 ● balboge@mail.uc.edu


OBJECTIVE
Senior Business Economics student with strong analytical and communication skills, and a passion for
creating processes and performing critical analysis of existing processes when seeking faster or more cost-
effective solutions or seeking improved actionable data that can be used to set direction on projects for
increased satisfaction or compliance.

EDUCATION ____
Bachelor of Business Administration, Business Economics University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
GPA: 3.52/4.00 l Expected Graduation: December 2019

EXPERIENCE
Georgia State University (GSU) May 2017-August 2017
Research Assistant
 Performed data analysis using Audacity software to classify and map sounds to create clear and usable
data for a vocal therapy application.
 Collaborated with GSU statisticians and Georgia Institute of Technology (GT) resources, identifying
additional factors and considerations for the analysis of existing data to improve and ensure future
resulting raw data and the analysis of patient experiments are sound and relevant.
Fulton County Department of Health and Wellness
Emergency Preparedness Program Intern May 2017-August 2017
 Assisted in founding the Medical Reserve Corps in Fulton County.
 Obtained FEMA certifications and created training materials for medical and non-medical volunteers,
wrote support annex, acted as interim volunteer coordinator, represented Fulton County at state-wide
meetings.
 Received recognition award for outstanding contribution.

University of Cincinnati, Environmental Engineering August 2016-December 2016


Research Assistant
 Researched and analyzed scientific journal articles and patents related to the input, output, and raw
materials used in Pyrolysis.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) May 2016-August 2016


Research Assistant
 Identified and created processes to improve efficiency and reduce cost in a regulatory environment.
 Techniques included: quantitative Polymerase Chain Reactions (qPCR), NanoDrop 2000, and Modified
Hodge Test.
 Passed background investigation by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Federal Investigative
Services (FIS) and received federal clearance.

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center July 2013


Research Assistant
 Performed PCR genotyping at the Division of Allergy and Immunology.

MicroMoments June 2011-September 2011


Quality Assurance Intern
 Identified outages/solutions in Quality Assurance, Functionality, and Process Improvement for Apple iOS
application.

Heyman Talent Agency January 2010-Current


Singer, dancer, model, actor
 Performs in commercial, film, and theater projects.
 Possesses IMDb credits for film acting and composing.
CERTIFICATES
 Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) Program:
o Received 100% on all module testing, all Certificates are current
o Modules include research misconduct (RCR-Biomed), assessing risk, privacy and confidentiality,
HIPAA privacy, institutional review board (IRB) regulations process.
o Certification includes History and Ethics of Human Subjects Research, Research Misconduct
(RCR-Biomed), Introduction to the Science of Clinical Data, Belmont Report and CITI Course,
Records-Based Assessing Risk, Privacy and Confidentiality. Research and HIPAA Privacy,
Conflicts of Interest in Research Involving Humans. Basic Institutional Review Board (IRB)
Regulations and Review Process, IRB Regulations and Review Process.

 OSHA training:
o EPA Compliant, all certificates are current, Expiration: 2018
o Certifications include Polymerase Chain Reaction(PCR), Allergens, Bloodborne Pathogens, Cell
and Tissue Culture, Centrifuges, Ergonomics, Flammable Liquids, Gel Electrophoresis, Hazard
Communication, Hazardous Waste.

 Federal Emergency Management Agency, (FEMA):


o Introduction to Incident Command System (ICS)
o ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incident
o National Incident Management System (NIMS), an Introduction
o National Response Framework, an Introduction

 Inducted member of the National Society of Leadership and Success (); teacher recommendation

 Accepted into The Davidson Academy of Nevada in Reno, NV

SKILLS AND COURSEWORK

 Software/Applications: MATLAB, Audacity, Microsoft Office 365, Google Scholar, SmartWork, Web of
Science
 Related Coursework: Engineering Foundations, Engineering Models I & II, Organic Chemistry, Calculus,
Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, CITI training modules for human research, OSHA/Lab Compliance,
Hazardous Waste Training

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AND VOLUNTEER WORK

 Member of Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity


 Member of the UC Economics Society
 Tutors Math at the University of Cincinnati
 Baskets of L.I.F.E. (little inspirations for Easter): Organizes, fills, and distributes Easter baskets to
homeless and impoverished youth in Cincinnati
 Counselor at Vacation Bible School
 Volunteers at Summer Reading Camp, a K-4 inner-city program: Advises material selection; Monitors and
coaches volunteer/student interactions, promotes constructive tutor/student relationships, advocates for
children.