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Jerry John Comellas
6304 N. 19th Street
Tampa, FL 33610
(813) 331-7170
e-mail: [email protected]
EDUCATION:
Southeastern University, Lakeland Florida
Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
Minor degree in Leadership and Administration
Additional Educational Training:
U.S. Army Advanced Individual Training and NCO Lead, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey
Computer Operations, Systems, and Multiple Software Training Courses
Many Professional Development Conferences
Special Awards/Certifications:
Clinical Educator - Certification for Professional Orientation Program
Elementary through High School Accreditation Team Certification
Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal
Army Air Assault School
Army Physical Fitness Excellence Award
Army Educational Excellence Award - Associates of Arts Social Sciences
Notary Public
WORK EXPERIENCE:
Freelance Web/Designer/Developer:
Reference Contact: Mike LaPlante (904) 635-4712
JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3, Sass, Photoshop, jQuery, Bootstrap, Backbone, Angular, Grunt,
Bootstrap, Responsive Web Design, 3D Animation, Front End Engineering. I am currently
available for freelance work and would certainly welcome the opportunity to work with a
growing organization that is looking for a creative web developer.
Missionary Pastor:
God’s Family House of Worship, Portsmouth, Dominica
Reference Contact: Dale Coad (904) 303-2828
Served as Missionary Pastor to God's Family House of Worship in Portsmouth Dominica;
Established church systems and developed ministry functions;
Started a School of ministry and trained Bible School students;
Ministered to families, prayed with those in the hospital, conducted church ceremonies
(weddings, funerals, baby dedications, communion, baptisms)
Developed ministry programs for children;
Trained local pastors and scheduled island wide training events;
Partnered with Every Home For Christ in an evangelism initiative;
Conducted a successful ministry crusade and directed five major productions;
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gods-Family-House-of-Worship/
Comellas Family Blog: http://comellascrew.blogspot.com/
Web Development & Point of Sale:
Gainesville Target Range, 1610 NW 65th Place, Gainesville, FL 32653
Contact: Steven Bottcher, (352)-376-8806 email: [email protected]
Increased company visibility through improved website and internet presence. Implemented a content
management system for corporate structure, training enrollment, customer management and
communication. Coordinated the business control system for online sales, vendor partnerships and
customer integration. Provided resources for trade show marketing. Found product developers and
industry leaders for company growth and strategy.
Private School Director:
Victorious Life Academy, 6224 Old Pasco Rd. Wesley Chapel, FL 33544; (813) 994-8456
Contact: Teresa Charlton - [email protected]
Led the Elementary & Preschool to Full Accreditation with the F.L.O.C.S. & A.C.T.S.
Formed a Home School Umbrella for Home School Students and Athletes
Motivated students to expand their worldview and adopt international projects that help children
Expanded Auxiliary program: Computer, Spanish, Art, Music and Physical-Education
Developed Musical productions and prepared students for state competitions in Fine Arts Hosted
school-wide spelling and geography bees with winners advancing to state competition Expanded
school facilities to add 5 additional classrooms, a media center and school offices. Increased
staff & enrollment to nearly 30 employees & 200 students
Launched a visionary parent/teacher fellowship
Middle School Teacher:
Bethel/Gateway Christian Academy, 14200 N. Central Ave. Tampa, Florida 33613; (813) 964-9800
Contacts: Ms. Debra Cahl - Academy Principal [email protected]
Ms. Nivia Bosch - Director [email protected]
Middle School Team Leader; Directed a classroom Model United Nations with students Subjects
taught: Bible, World & American History, Earth & Life Sciences, Literature, English
Vice-President Administration:
CryoFlex, Inc. 301 Clematis Street, Suite 3000, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Contact: Mr. Mark Ocepek;, 1417 Sadler Rd. #186, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034; (904) 583-9354 email:
[email protected]
Advanced company developed cryomedical imaging systems through the acquisition of compatible
impedance tomography partnership. Networked with cryosurgeons and developers for strategic partnering in
the development of new flexible probes, thermocouples and semiconductors. Assisted in the demonstration
of electrical impedance hardware and software system. Focused corporate development through competitive
intelligence. Increased the value of the company through strategic alliances and fund raising. Provided office
leadership and administration structure, logistics, automation and communications systems.
Physician & Products Representative:
Tenet Health System Call Center, 11300 - 4th Street N. Ste. 214, St. Pete. FL 33716 (727) 570-3600
Referred patients to physicians, clinicians and various medical specialists
Received patient inquiries for a variety of products & services for sale throughout a national network of
doctors Recruited nurses for several hospitals participating in our Nurse Recruitment program
Provided information about some specific Medical Procedures and Products
Enrolled patients in healthcare seminars
Founder of Acorn to Oak, International, Inc:
301 W. Platt Street, Suite 415; Tampa, FL 33606; (813) 997-3889 www.acorntooakinternational.net
Contact: Michael Pili, 216 Amberleaf Way, Simpsonville, SC 29681
Email: [email protected] Phone: (864) 787-8577
Acorn to Oak, International is a non-profit organization with a passion to: develop adequate living
conditions and a nurturing home life for orphans; start innovative schools; plant indigenous churches around
the world; build missions teams to reach the world in our own backyard and overseas.
Principal/Administrator:
Victorious Life Academy, 6224 Old Pasco Rd. Wesley Chapel, FL 33544; (813) 994-8456
Contact: Teresa Charlton - [email protected]
Led the Elementary & Preschool to Full Accreditation with the Florida League of Christian Schools
Formed a Home School Umbrella for Home School Students and Athletes
Motivated students to expand their world view and adopt international projects that help children
Expanded Auxiliary program: Computer, Spanish, Art, Physical Education & Music
Developed Musical productions and prepared students for state competitions in Fine Arts Hosted
school-wide spelling and geography bees with winners advancing to state competition Expanded
school facilities to add 5 additional classrooms, a media center and school offices. Increased
staff & enrollment to nearly 30 employees & 200 students
Launched a visionary parent/teacher fellowship
U.S. Army, Battalion Chaplain Assistant: (4/95 - 12/96)
HHB 1-8 FA, Chaplain’s Office, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii 96857-5000
Contact: Chaplain (Lieutenant Colonel) Bill McCoy,
email: [email protected] website: http://www.underorders.info/
Received the Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Good Conduct Award, other
acknowledgements, and an Honorable Discharge.
Managed office administration and logistical operations.
Prepared and screened all clients for personal, professional and family counseling.
Assisted Chaplain in ministering to troops at home and in the field.
Provided transportation and security for Unit Ministry Team Provided
computer automation and training to Unit Ministry Team Coordinated
with Command for Leadership Training and Field Services
Exemplified excellence through character, integrity, demeanor, and in physical fitness training. Led
worship at Helemano Community Chapel.
Developed a Standard Operating Procedure for Unit Ministry Team for 1/8 Field Artillery.
Obtained ministry supplies for soldier support in the field, and arranged for service locations.
U.S. Army, Community Chaplain Assistant: (7/93 - 4/95) A Co. USAG-HI,
Main Post Chapel Center, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii 96857-5000
Contact: Chaplain (Colonel) John Read, [email protected]
Provided religious support to Schofield Barracks Community in a Team oriented ministry.
Directed a youth group of 65 teenagers
Traveled on Youth trips to camp, waterfalls, another island, conferences and retreats
Conducted Team Building for Main Post Chapel Center Chaplains and Staff
Led Chapel Services and Prayer Breakfasts in music & worship.
Provided computer training to Unit Ministry Team
Published Chapel Service Bulletins for 4 separate congregations.
Prepared flyers and advertisements for religious education programs and chapel activities.
TRAVEL:
Spain, India, Paraguay, Venezuela, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Mexico, France, Argentina, Brazil,
Hawaii, Dominica, Guadeloupe
SECOND LANGUAGE: Spanish