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Thaddeus Teo

(206) 409-7659 | thaddeus.teo@gmail.com | Seattle, WA


www.linkedin.com/in/thaddeusteo

EDUCATION
Seattle University
Master of Education, Student Development Administration
University of Washington
Bachelor of Science, Biology (Physiology)
University of Edinburgh
Certificate, Critical Thinking in Global Challenges (MOOC)

Expected: June 2015


June 2012
March 2013

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Academic Support Programs Intern, Undergraduate Academic Affairs
University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Design curriculum and co-instruct General Studies 297Q: Understanding American Higher Education (Autumn 2014)
Co-instruct General Studies 101C: Smart Phone, Small Planet? Identity & Community in the Digital Age (Winter 2015)

Advancement Assistant for Social Sciences Division, College of Arts & Sciences
University of Washington, Seattle, WA

April 2013 Present

Plan, project-manage, and execute a minimum of 4 annual engagement and stewardship events for students, alumni,
donors, and friends, working in diplomatic collaboration with academic departments, the Presidents Office, UW Alumni
Association, and Division of Student Life
Liaise advancement strategies with the College deanery, 14 Social Sciences faculty chairs, and Central Advancement
Draft donor briefings for university president, provost, deans, and department faculty chairs
Copyedit prospective donor solicitations, endowment agreements, case statements, appeals, and proposals
Foster relationships and support more than 40 university volunteers on 3 departmental advisory boards and committees
Hire, train, supervise, and provide academic and career support to 3 work-study student assistants
Conduct alumni and prospective donor research, maintain confidential records on donors' activities and interests, and
assist in analyzing data
Research, update, and maintain accurate and confidential information in the alumni and donor database
Manage divisional budget and provide organizational support to the social sciences advancement team
Special Project Assignments:
o Frontline Fundraising: Travelled on behalf of Regional Advancement to engage and cultivate 7 new relationships
with international alumni and steward 1 major endowment donor in 2013
o Organized and facilitated a new student and parent orientation, and current student and alumni reception.
University of Washington software expertise:
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Advance, ReportWriter, Convio, MyFinancial.desktop, PaymentNet, Ariba

International Advancement Associate, Regional Advancement


University of Washington, Seattle, WA

September 2014 Present

June 2012 December 2012

Organized and facilitated 2 international engagement events for students, parents, alumni, and friends of the University:
o Worked in collaboration with Division of Student Life, UW Alumni Association, and FIUTS in designing a blueprint for
international new student and parent orientationsnow in 8 different cities in Asia
o Collaborated with alumni living in Beijing to organize a football watch party breakfast on Homecoming weekend
Project managed the creation and management of official Facebook Pages and LinkedIn Groups for 7 countries, with
support from University Marketing and Communications
Fostered relationships with international student leaders and international alumni on behalf of the University of
Washington, communicating relevant engagement opportunities
Researched and identified high-capacity international alumni and prospective donors connected to the university
Conducted market research on identical international engagement programs at other top universities

Alumni Adviser, Chinese Student Association


University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Counseled student leaders with questions about racial identity and facilitate open discussions

Coordinated leadership development activities for student officers

Provided event planning consultation and advice on university and government policies

June 2012 June 2014

President, Chinese Student Association


June 2011 June 2012
University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Recruited, trained, and managed a team of 40 student leaders

Organized and facilitated social, cultural, philanthropic, and community service events for the campus community

Provided education and awareness for Chinese American history, culture, and language through communications

Advocated for the integration between international Chinese students and Chinese American students through events

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Prevention Science Research Assistant
Social Development Research Group, Seattle, WA
R&D Protein Technologies Intern
Bio-Rad Laboratories, Hercules, CA
Medical Enzymology Research Assistant
The Gelb Laboratory, Seattle, WA

March 2012 March 2013


June 2011 September 2011
June 2009 June 2010

Experienced alumni and prospective donor researcher


Extensive research experience in both academic research settings and in the biotechnology industry
Knowledge on community intervention approaches regarding adolescent health and education
Expertise in DNA and protein biochemistry and microbiology laboratory techniques and analyses

LEADERSHIP & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Asian & Pacific Islander American Faculty and Staff Association at UW | 2014-15 Co-Chair (April 2013 Present)
Foundation for International Understanding Through Students (FIUTS) | Board Trustee (July 2013 Present)
Seattle University Student Development Administration Advisory Board | Student Member (July 2014 Present)
Assistant Chief Marshall, University of Washington Commencement 2013
Foundation for International Understanding Through Students (FIUTS) International Orientation Facilitator (2010 - 2011)
Pipeline Project: Garfield High School 9th Grade Biology Laboratory Assistant (2010 - 2011)
Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Biology Fellow (2009 - 2010)

STUDENT FOCUSED CONFERENCE FACILITATION & PRESENTATION EXPERIENCE

Leadership Blitz Connections: Relationships in the Age of Technology


Supporting Racially Diverse Students in Higher Education
NetWork: Social Sciences Student-Alumni Career Night
Negotiating Parental Pressure in he Major Exploration Process

Seattle University
Seattle University
University of Washington
University of Washington

March 2014
February 2014
February 2014
February 2015

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

NASPA Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education


o Western Regional Conference 2014 Scholarship Recipient & Attendee
o Region V 2014 Awards Review Committee
o Region V 2014 Program Review Committee

Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)

OTHER NOTABLE SKILLS

Additional Languages: Conversational Mandarin Chinese


Microsoft Office: Word; Excel; PowerPoint; Outlook

Social Media Platforms and Trends: Facebook; Twitter; LinkedIn; Google+; Instagram; Pinterest; Wordpress
Certifications: Emergency Care Basic Life Support