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WENDELL W.

MAYES IV
San Antonio, TX 512.940.3935 wendellmayes@gmail.com

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Good work ethic; self driven and motivated. Team management experience in both work and school environments. Attention to detail, standards, organization, and time. Skilled at writing and qualitative analysis.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
University of Texas at San Antonio, Department of Political Science and Geography May 2013 - Current Faculty graduate assistant. Duties included maintenance of research media lab, reader/grader work, research assistant work for faculty as needed, and organizational work. Castro for Congress, Julian Castro for Mayor Campaign August 2013 - September 2013 Event coordinator. Planned Joaquin and Julian Castros public birthday party; catering, equipment, photography, entertainment, volunteers, and other planning /coordination for ~1000 guests. Capitol Compliance Associates August 2012 - April 2013 Associate. Campaign finance and FEC compliance, client coordination, event/office management, and complementary assistant work for clients finance teams. Pete Gallego for Congress June 2012 - November 2012 Intern. VAN and NGP data entry, phones, canvassing, organization, event preparation. Ran primary runoff GOTV phone bank, 12 volunteers, 7,000 calls, 10 hours, 4 call rounds. During general election, in co-ordination with Capitol Compliance Associates duties, financial staff assistance and supplementary work. United States Census Bureau May 2010 - August 2010 Assistant subregional manager. Assisted training, and subsequent assistant management, of 15 employees. Team management, coordination, paperwork, communications, employee work review, field work as needed.

EDUCATION
University of Texas at San Antonio 2012 - Current Master of Arts in Political Science, currently enrolled Political Science coursework: Redistricting/Voting Policy, Voter Choice/Turnout, Qualitative/ Quantitative Methods, Migration, Racial Development/Relations, Latino/a Politics University of Texas at San Antonio 2008 - 2012 Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, August 2012 Minor: Public Administration Political Science coursework: Campaign Communication, Political Participation Minority/Racial Politics and Rights, Gender/Sexuality Politics, Social Movements, Democratization, Social/Welfare Policy, Constitutional Law/History Management coursework: Public Administration, Political Economy, Nonprofit Management, Nonprofit Funding, Marketing, Organizational Theory