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Published on July 13, 2016

Author: WyattAChartrand

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1. Chapter 1 1 Wyatt A. Chartrand 5491 State Route 410 • Castorland, New York 13620-2311 • 315.955.5241 • wyattchartrand@yahoo.com • https://www.linkedin.com/in/wchartr1 EDUCATION AND HONORS Binghamton University, State University of New York, School of Management Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Expected Spring 2017 Concentrations in Finance and Consulting & Leadership Binghamton University Finance Society, Student Conduct Hearing Board Jefferson Community College, State University of New York Associate of Science in Business Administration Spring 2013 Cumulative GPA: 3.68/4.00 | President’s List/Dean’s List, Fall 2011-Spring 2013 Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Honors Program, graduated with High Honors Howard G. Sackett Technical Center, Board of Cooperative Educational Services Technical Certification in Business Computer Technology I & II Spring 2011 Cumulative Grade: 95.7% | Technical Merit List, Fall 2009-Spring 2011 National Technical Honor Society, SkillsUSA PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Otis Technology, Incorporated Lyons Falls, New York Staff Accountant February 2016 – August 2016  Managed all accounts receivable activities through an intensive, months-long internship, including processing multiple forms of client payments, handling credit and debit memoranda, utilizing highly complex accounting software from Sage®, processing all invoices, performing financial data analysis, and managing ledger adjustment entries, receiving an almost 9% raise for outstanding work performance  Substantially increased the organization’s operational, financial, and economic efficiency by increasing cash flow in excess of $200,000.00 through the management and collection of past due receivables by leveraging existing client relations, and handled all client credit applications through the use of Dun & Bradstreet®  Directed the creation and curation of all monthly sales reports, commissions reports, and standard operating procedures, in addition to also managing the organization’s mail and e-mail through Microsoft Outlook and completing all of the organization’s advanced records and information management and archival activities Convergys Corporation Watertown, New York Client Relations Specialist Summer 2015  Managed client relations for the organization by handling incoming calls as well as outbound calls in addition to utilizing the firm’s highly complex client account software  Consistently met daily and weekly metrics in regards to the organization’s revenue and client generation and retention, demonstrably increasing the organization’s sales by acting as a sales support agent in addition to a client relations specialist  Received generalized and specialized training in interpersonally managing client concerns and resolving them as quickly as possible, as well as maximizing client satisfaction Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse (CHOW) Binghamton, New York Strategic Consultant Spring 2015  Acted as a strategic consultant for the Broome County Council of Churches’ non-profit organization CHOW by developing and implementing financial, marketing, and operational recommendations  Directly assisted in the creation of a recommendation package and presentation, including the development of several infographic business models in order to make the organization’s mission sustainable  Implemented social media recommendations such as the development and optimization of the organization’s Facebook page and helped to implement a new strategic partnership in the community for the organization through the development and implementation of a survey to gauge demand Enchanted Forest Water Safari Old Forge, New York Admissions Assistant and Financial Assistant Summer 2013, Summer 2014  Engaged in customer service both by routinely solving customer’s issues quickly and by interacting with customers on a day-to-day basis, ensuring maximum customer satisfaction and retention  Operated point of sale devices, handled cash on a daily basis, handled tickets, and completed other technical and clerical tasks

2. Chapter 1 2 W. B. Payne Insurance Lowville, New York Office Intern Spring 2011  Completed data entry and computer input through data entry and word processing software to optimize organizational effectiveness  Performed general office work such as filing and clerical duties to assist the organization in the completion of business processes LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Finance Society SUNY Binghamton University Member Fall 2013-Present  Participated in the Organization’s annual Equity Research Case Competition through the development of both a qualitative and quantitative analysis of a company stock  Gained knowledge about technical finance in the investment management and investment banking industries by participating in weekly roundtable discussions  Built on material learned in classes by applying qualitative and quantitative analyses in a variety of activities by attending relevant workshops Professional Internship Program SUNY Binghamton University Student Leader Fall 2013-Spring 2014  Increased self-awareness through exploring personal strengths and their connection to individual and team leadership through on-campus volunteer efforts  Analyzed and discussed the complexities of leadership and the multidisciplinary nature of leadership studies by participating in seminar lectures  Learned the basics of group roles, dynamics, and decision making to apply leadership techniques in group settings by helping to develop and execute on-campus activities with fellow student leaders Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society SUNY Jefferson Community College Treasurer for Tau Xi Chapter Fall 2012-Spring 2013  Advised the Chapter on all matters relating to finance and accounting by contributing strategic and leadership input in executive board meetings  Oversaw how the Chapter’s money was spent, both directly dictating expenditure and authorizing it as required by carrying out focused administrative duties  Played a direct role in both administrative and fundraising activities for the Chapter by assisting in all volunteer and fundraising efforts Business Club SUNY Jefferson Community College Treasurer Spring 2012-Spring 2013  Led the Club on all matters relating to finance and accounting by maintaining accounts, signing checks, and investing excess funds appropriately  Managed the Club’s finances by both directly dictating expenditure and authorizing it as required by authorizing and signing the appropriate documentation  Played a direct role in both administrative and fundraising activities for the Club through the orchestration and execution of volunteer activities ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Other Honors: President’s Award for Educational Excellence, Howard G. Sackett Technical Center’s Outstanding Performance Award Technical Skills, Certifications, or Licenses: Microsoft Office User Specialist in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Word Expert, Microsoft PowerPoint, and certified in project management through Alison Courses® Other Skills: Microsoft Excel, Access, Project, Publisher, Sage® accounting software, and Minitab Interests: All functions of business, finance, and accounting in both academic and professional contexts, current business and economic events and news, leadership studies and development, academic and professional development in English language skills such as vocabulary acquisition and etymology, study of Modern Latin, and applied and emerging technologies

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