Resume

Stephanie Friedersdorff (Leontyeva)

WORK EXPERIENCE

Ariana Institute for Wellness Education                                 March 2018 – Present
Administrative Assistant

  • Work closely with student learners to help with questions or troubleshooting on Litmos and Teachable.
  • Help create and migrate 32 continuing education classes from Litmos to Teachable.
    Learning to create course content for LMTs

Galleria Day Spa                                                                               Oct. 2016 – Present
Licensed Massage Therapist

  • Independent contractor, as a Massage Therapist.
  • Work with clients with Swedish, deep tissue, prenatal, hot stone, and body treatments.
  • Manage time between and during massages to maximize efficiency.
  • Customer service individualized to meet the client’s therapeutic goals. Detailed record keeping to track each client’s health for future visits.

Susan Salvo and Louisiana Institute of Massage Therapy            Present
Content Editor

  • Create, maintain, and edit blog/blog content for Susan Salvo and LIMT
  • Work with Susan to change the content from her pathology book into easier to understand material for the general public.
  • Cite articles and journals in AMA format.

 

PUBLICATION

“Passing the MBLEx: How to study for the MBLEx” by Stephanie Leontyeva. August 2016.

LICENSE AND CERTIFICATIONS

Licensed Massage Therapist – MT #126196 until 06/2020
Massage Therapy Instructor #MI3519 until 4/2020
Heartsaver CPR AED Certified until 05/2019
Certified Doula, Postpartum Doula, and Labor Massage – Madriella

EDUCATION

Western Michigan University BA, Philosophy and Communications Kalamazoo, MI – 2009

Louisiana Institute of Massage Therapy, Certified Massage Therapist Lake Charles, LA – 2016

SKILLS & INTERESTS

Skills: Microsoft Office, Windows, Mac OS, Data Entry, Customer Service, Cashier, Basic Knowledge of Adobe Products, Wix website, SEO, WordPress, Massage, Teachable, Litmos

Interests: Knitting, fitness and health, blogging, social media, Celiac Disease