Stephanie Rinehart

Key Account Partner, Librarian-In-Training

About Me

Hai!

A good team is made up of a variety or personalities -- the creative, the mediator, the leader, and my favorite, the "Debbie Downer." Being a Debbie Downer is not a bad thing! This member of the team brings reality into the planning stage, saying "what about," and "have we considered." That's my role. Who doesn't love a realist?

I have worked in higher education for the past 7 years in a variety of roles. I started as an office administrator and moved into transfer credit evaluation. Currently, I am responsible for account and partnership management and driving qualified student leads at community colleges, hospitals, and small corporations.

I have a passion for information literacy and research. I am pursuing my Master's in Library and Information Science degree from Syracuse University. I expect to graduate in 2019.

In my free time I like to spend time with my dog and cats, explore art museums, and drink good coffee. I dabble in photography, Adobe Lightroom, international travel, and Instagram.

personal information

Full Name
Stephanie Rinehart
D.o.b.
October 26
address
Manchester, NH
e-mail
s@rinehart.info
freelance
Available

languages

English native

professional skills

Partnership Strategic Planning
Criticial Thinking
Relationship Maintenance

professional skills

Presentations and Public Speaking
Marketing Copy Writing
Basic HTML
Lesson Planning

professional background

Higher Education
Distance Education
Public Facing Customer Service

personal characteristics

  • Indepdendent
  • Meticulous
  • Friendly
  • Resourceful

interests

  • Photography
  • Soy lattes
  • Will stop for donuts
  • Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein"
  • Neil Gaiman's "Graveyard Book"
  • John Connelly's "The Book of Lost Things"
  • 80s pop
  • 90s rap
  • 00s pop-punk

Volunteer Experience

Hillary For America

Provided data entry for canvassers during the 2015 New Hampshire primary.

NH Coordinated Democratic Campaign

Provided data entry for canvassers during the 2016 general election for assorted Democratic candidates.