Business Education 

with Mrs Alton-Kamperman

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Kelly K. 🅐lton 

Instructor, Business Education 6-12

6662 Old Tampa Hwy

Davenport, FL 338096

(321) 697-2667

[email protected]


🅐 Bachelor of Science-Business Administration August, 2005

Union College, Barbourville, KY

GPA, 3.2-Graduated Top 5% of Class

🅐 High School Honors Diploma-Emphasis in Business May, 1998

Corbin High School, Corbin, KY

GPA, 3.6-Graduated Top 3% of Class

🅐 Certificate - Business Education (grades 6-12) 2016

Official Status of Eligibility- Florida Department of Education 2015


🅐Business Education Instructor 6-12, 9/30/2016 to present, Avant Garde Academy Kissimmee, FL

Responsible for providing instruction on areas such as labor relations, finance, accounting, the stock market, the economy, human resources, and business operations. Deliver instruction on topics such as the principles of marketing, how to operate a business, and the financial aspects of business. Improve students' knowledge of business practices to both middle grades and secondary students. Teach business topics such as basic economics, resume writing, facts about business careers, account checking, computers, the stock market, accounting, and finance. Deliver the skills and knowledge necessary for students to function as responsible citizens in the business world. Hold seminars and lectures at local organizations. Keep records of grades, grade papers, taking attendance and performing other administrative duties as needed. Write grant proposals to gain funding for further research and classroom resources. Create projects designed to enhance understanding leading to student mastery. Read and stay abreast of current topics in business, bring the current events into the classroom discussion. Create lesson plans. Utilize various curriculum resources. Integrate competencies, goals, and objectives into lesson plans. Utilize curricula that reflect the diverse educational, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds of the students served. Develop incentives to keep participants engaged in class. Develop professional relationships with other agencies and programs. Utilize technical resources. Work with program coordinators, and administration, to ensure initiatives are being met. Provide differentiated instruction to students on an individual need basis.

🅐Corporate Trainer, Contracted 8/2013 to 3/2014 Cognosante dba General Dynamics, London, KY

The implementation of the Affordable Healthcare Act lead to an immediate and expansive need for customer service representatives. I was brought in as part of a 12 person training team to satisfy the necessary training for the customer service representatives. Using the PowerPoint outline provided as a reference I developed lessons delivered during an 8 hour day. Classes of 60 cycling in and out every two weeks.  Training was only concluded with a passing score on comprehensive assessment. Company-wide I maintained the highest pass rates. Combining lecture, interactive light hearted activities, and measurable student responses to verify comprehension, is how I structured my lessons. It became the suggested approach company-wide.

  • Alpha Omicron Pi, Alumnae

  • Relay for Life Tri-county Elk’s Lodge, Youth Committee Chair

  • Corbin Chamber of Commerce

  • Manchester High School, Dance team,Choreographer

Corbin High School: Participation   

  • Varsity Soccer - All-District
  • Varsity Cheerleader - District Champs

  • Dance Team - Nationally Ranked

  • Drama club

  • Pep Club

  • FCA

  • FBLA

  • 1997 Class Officer Secretary

  • FHA, Vice President

  • Prom Committee - Chairmen


Personal Development Courses 2016-17

  • MOODLE Office 365: OneDrive •MOODLE Drug and Alcohol Abuse

  • MOODLE - Office 365: OneNote     • MOODLE - Classroom Management

  • Moodle: Microsoft Outlook Essentials     •Vocabulary Scenario Technique

  • MOODLE - Technology Awareness & Security Training (TAST) 2016-2017

  • MOODLE - Customer Service MAGIC      •Developing Quality IEP Training

  • Moodle - Child Find 2/8 - 3/31, 2017

  • SWD - The ESE Behavioral Cycle and Related Classroom Strategies

  • Certified Internet Web (CIW) for Business Associates Training

  • MOODLE - Methods of Teaching ESOL (18 hours) - Category III Teachers

FCPCS Charter School Classroom Teacher Evaluation

  • Subject •Business

  • Grades • 6-12

  • End Time • 1:42 PM

    • Observe Date• 2/02/16

    • Evaluation Period•: 1st

    • Observer • Geral Chiles

    Observation Summary

    • Total 165.0

    • 4.8 Effective


    1.4 Unsatisfactory

    1-126 = Unsatisfactory

    2.8 Needs Improvement/Developing

    127-158 = Needs Improvement Developing

    4.2 Effective

    159-192 = Effective

    5.6 Highly Effective

    193-212 = Highly Effective


    • New teacher, good job with having students to research and discuss business project out loud and explain their reason for selecting that profession

    • Student's assignment was present very clear and the expectation was clearly discussed by teacher. Great job with feedback from students

    • Teacher is very active with her colleagues and collaboration with ideas from peers

    • Creating New Ideas 

    • Curriculum Knowledge

    • Delivery of Material

    • Develop Lesson Plans

    • Differentiated Instruction

    • Directing

    • Disciplinary Action

    • Evaluate Performance

    • Extracurricular Activities

    • Enthusiastic

    • Flexibility

    • Leadership

    • Student Behavior Modification   

    • Management

    • Microsoft Office

    • Networking

    • Planning

    • Positive Role Model

    • Professional

    • Lesson Planning

    • Public Relations

    • Result Oriented

    • Setting Expectations

    • Team Player

    • Technology

    • Time Management


    Manager, 6/2014 to 2/2015-CB’s Roadhouse Grill. Corbin, KY

    Intrusted to open a new restaurant. Created initial business plan focusing on operations and staffing. Identifying the target market and helped develop a local marketing strategy Acquired EIN, DUNS, payroll software, POS hardware and an operating system through the proper suppliers and governmental departments. Menu development required COGS calculations and product supply chain determinations. Developed hiring and training procedures. Hired and trained a staff of 75 in a 2 week period Preceding the grand opening attention was shifted to identifying best practices for every procedure and position in order to create CB’s Roadhouse Grill operations manual. Completion of the operations manual lead to a period of coaching and directing team members to perform accordingly to assure increasing productivity. Financial statements were prepared monthly to measure our successes and identify areas of focus to better control cost and increase profit. Created an ‘in-house’ training program for team members seeking advancement. Three employees have successful completed the program and are contributing members of the leadership team A leadership training program was developed and implemented. The leadership team was taught how to perform all managerial responsibilities to allow a smooth transition at the time of my resignation. Under my leadership all sales and cost controls goals were met on time according to the business plan. A first year profit of 8% is projected exceeding industry standards

    Manager, 2/2011 to 6/2012-Joe Crab Shack, Sacramento CA

    Successfully satisfied operational responsibilities in an extremely high volume location ($11 million gross 2011) Project manager, planning, installation and training of $800,000 kitchen remodel and upgrade. Increased productivity from $73 per employee hour to $102 per employee hour over a 6 weeks period Created a continuing education and personal development program for management team. Effective in increasing teams macro comprehension of company strategies and goals. Provided accountability, support and knowledge of personal goals, both setting and making progress to achieve goals, as well as, celebrating and maintaining enthusiasm to reach company, team and personal goals.

    Manager, 8/2009 to 2/2011-Johnny Garlic’s, A Guy Fieri Signature Restaurant, Roseville CA

    Developed a local marketing campaign which lead to a 20% increase in sales revenue. Redesigned training program for team members at every level. Turnover decreased by 13% and management training was shortened by 2 weeks, both decreasing workforce development expenses.

    Manager, 2006 to 2009-Bella Notte, Lexington, KY

    Accountable for all controllable costs. Installed and maintained inventory software that gave us the tools to be profitable for the fiscal years of 2007 and 2008 the company had not shown a profit since becoming independently owned in 2002 Educated my peers on financial documents how to produce and read financial information. How to use the extracted information to develop an action plan to improve profitability. How to use financial statements to provide a measurable outcome on performance and initiatives. Focus for team training: BOH associates to improve productivity and time management, FOH associates in guest services and “up” selling techniques. Responsible for HR management regarding my subordinates, hiring, developing, evaluating performance, and collaborating on goal setting and action plan development. In my tenure labor cost dropped 6% and food cost fell 8%, Overall profit increased 27%

    Special Events Coordinator,2005-06 Corbin Chamber of Commerce, Corbin, KY

    Planned and managed special events i.e. luncheons, recruitment events, and ribbon cuttings Designed and executed NIBROC Festival (20,000+ Attendance) Revamped budget and record maintenance