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Alicia Butler Pierre

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

 

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Purdue University – West Lafayette, IN

Lean Six Sigma Certification

Black Belt certified.  Project: increase the click through rate from SlideShare to an online store.

Green Belt certified.  Project: reduce cycle time for Urgent Health Care facility using the DMAIC methodology.

Advanced Lean Principles certified.  In-depth, guided studies on the Toyota Production System.

 

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Tulane University, A. B. Freeman School of Business – New Orleans, LA

Master of Business Administration;     Concentrations:  Marketing and Management

Graduated in top 10% of class.

Pursued degree while working full-time.

Conceptualized and copyrighted both a standard Consumer Behavior model and a Business Interconnectivity Model to aid in creating business plans and project scopes with integrated marketing plans.

Enrolled in the Levy-Rosenblum Institute of Entrepreneurship under tutelage of the current Chairman of the Board for Whole Foods.  Created a marketing research business, Seauler Solutions, for non-profits as part of program completion.

Won 2nd place in 2004 for Best Community Service Project based on work to promote and build strategic alliances for the HOPE Community Credit Union in New Orleans, LA and enhance their efforts to raise financial literacy amongst the underprivileged.

 

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Louisiana State University   –   Baton Rouge, LA                                                                                  

Bachelor of Science – Chemical Engineering;    Minors: Technical Sales and Chemistry

Provided data entry and laboratory duties in the Department of Geology & Geophysics as well as the Department of Life Sciences (Biochemistry and Arboriculture) as fulfillment of work study requirements for maintaining scholarship.

Recipient of several scholarships including: LSU Honors Scholarship, Exxon Teagle Scholarship and Amoco Scholarship

Requested by the Dean of Chemical Engineering in 2011 to participate in a video infomercial highlighting alumni who use engineering principles in non-traditional roles.  This became part of a marketing package distributed internationally to high school seniors to stimulate interest in the Department of Engineering’s programs.