University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah
August 2008 – Present
Brighton High School
Cottonwood Heights, Utah
August 2005 – June 2008
University of Utah Early Childhood Education Center
September 2009 – Present
Responsibilities include: Assisting the lead teacher as she carries out her lesson plans; serving snack and marking the point of service forms; monitoring children both inside the classroom and out on the playground; completing the daily cleaning tasks as indicated by lead teacher; interacting with parents and assisting with any concerns or questions they might have; picking up school age children from the bus stop; locking up at the end of the day and making sure everything is ready for the next day.
April 2011 – August 2011
Responsibilities included: Caring for two children, ages 4 and 1, while their parents worked during the day. Also included light housekeeping, such as cleaning the kids rooms and bathroom; kids laundry and vacuuming.
Front Desk Receptionist
Richards, Kimball & Winn P.C.
June 2007 – August 2007
Responsibilities included: Greeting clients as they entered the office and directing them as needed; answering phones and routing them as necessary; typing, copying and filing various forms of paperwork; sending, collecting and delivering mail.
I was born in Torrance, California on April 22, 1990 to Mike and Lisa Mills. Shortly after turning 2, my family moved out to Sandy, Utah and I’ve lived there ever since. I have three sisters between the ages of 19 – 14, one brother who just turned 5 and a Border collie mix named Annie. So needless to say, my house can get pretty crazy sometimes.
Attending the University of Utah was pretty much a given from the time I was born. My mom has always been a huge fan of Utah athletics, especially basketball, and she passed that down to me, although I prefer football and am a proud member of the MUSS.
I am currently on the path of majoring in Strategic Communication and hope to get a job working in Public Relations that somehow relates to college athletics after graduating.