Samuel Douglas Nash III
122 Ludlow Street/ Suite 4-k
Newark, NJ 07114
Voice: 973-536-4379?Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Obtain a position to utilize vast experience in counseling, mentoring and educating youth-at-risk.
Volunteers once a week at the Essex County Juvenile Detention Center in Newark, NJ teaching his program the MAMOC Creative Writing Six week Literacy Boot camp. A Member of the Steering Committee and Advisory Board of the International Youth Organization. An Active team member in collaborative projects in assessing needs and developing creative solutions in Program Development. He serves as the Assistant PR advisory Officer in the Public Relations Department. Publishes a monthly newsletter Journal MAMOC-Men Against Murdering Our Children African-American literacy Journal.
New York University B.A. in Creative Writing GPA 3.6 New York, NY May 2014
Alternative Senator of student body 2012
Member of NYU Dovetail literary Journal Staff, and published in 20120
Flag Bearer and Honor Scholar in 2014
Completed Senior Capstone Project
Essex County College A.A. in Communications GPA 3.71 Newark, NJ May 2011
High Honors/Liberal Arts
Phi Theta Kappa, Honor Student, Dean’s List Completed Capstone Research Project
A recipient of the “Peabody Award” for Creative Consultant/ Field Producer in the Brick City 2010 Documentary
Communications Director, Street Warriors Inc. Newark, NJ 2003 – 2010
Community Leader-Founder of anti-violence organization the Street Warriors and he served the community for over 7-years by providing social services to assist young men. He designed and implemented mentoring and youth counseling programs and services.
Brick City LTV Sundance Channel/ Creative Consultant New York, NY 2007-2009
A project coordinator that ensures all issues and problems are resolved to enable any project to be accomplished in an efficient and effective manner, within budget and on time.
He served as one of the primary contacts for developing and implementing plans to engage community leaders to participate in the film “Brick City” was able to engage all aspects of the community to produce a vivid image of Newark.
Sankofa Certification-Mental Health Training University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
Valued Team Player-Worked with several community organizations to pool resources and make an impact in the community; dedicated to helping others, especially those in dire need of support. Founder of Men Against Murdering Our Children for families of murdered children in 2007.
Writing narratives, memoirs, poetry, journals, lyrics, screenplays, articles, and interacting with people