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Brandi Sarama

Brandi Sarama

Former Educator | Seeking HR roles
North DeKalb, DeKalb


About Brandi Sarama:

As a creative and results-driven art educator with 2 years of experience, I am excited to embark on a new chapter, transitioning from the education space to a dynamic corporate setting.

During my tenure as an art teacher, I passionately cultivated a love for creativity and critical thinking in my students. Through innovative teaching methods and interactive projects, I fostered an inclusive and supportive learning environment, encouraging young minds to explore their artistic potential.

While my journey as an art teacher has been fulfilling, I am eager to bring my unique skill set to the corporate world. My expertise in designing engaging curricula, delivering compelling presentations, and collaborating with diverse teams positions me as a valuable asset in driving new initiatives and meeting corporate objectives.

As an adaptive problem solver, I excel in identifying opportunities for process optimization and continuous improvement. My ability to communicate complex concepts with clarity and enthusiasm allows me to connect with stakeholders at all levels.

I am eager to leverage my creativity and adaptability to contribute fresh perspectives and innovative ideas to the corporate landscape. Whether it's enhancing visual storytelling for branding efforts or fostering team collaboration through creative team-building activities, I am committed to making a meaningful impact.

If you're seeking a dynamic professional with a passion for creativity and a drive to excel in the corporate world, let's connect. Together, we can explore how my diverse experiences can contribute to the success of your team and organization.


Gwinnett County Public Schools, Lawrenceville, GA

Job Title: Art Educator (K-5th)

June 2021 - Present


  • Oversaw all phases of new client recruitment, assessing needs and expectations.
  • Effectively communicated duties, responsibilities, benefits, compensation, and working conditions to an annual cohort of 500-750+ students.
  • Utilized feedback mechanisms and data analysis to drive continuous process improvement.
  • Successfully managed multiple concurrent projects while promoting training opportunities.
  • Conducted both group and individual training sessions, adapting to diverse learning styles and abilities.
  • Devised and executed a comprehensive training program aligned with county, state, and Common Core curriculum guidelines.
  • Achieved an impressive 85% performance improvement in Art practices, measured against Gwinnett County's benchmarks.
  • Provided professional coaching on effective instructional techniques and employed backward design for impactful lessons.
  • Collaborated with a diverse clientele of 750+ learners and families, showcasing strong client engagement and team management skills.
  • Led strategic discussions with department professionals, devising targeted action plans for diverse objectives.

Oconee Middle School/Statham Elementary School, Athens/Barrow, GA          June 2018- May 2020

Job title: Student Teacher (K-12)

  • Fostered hybrid learning environments, blending e-learning and in-person sessions for groups of 20-30 learners at a time within 45 minutes intervals.
  • Implemented innovative strategies to support participants in achieving their goals, emphasizing inclusivity and diversity.
  • Leveraged cutting-edge technology and tailored assignments to foster holistic learner development.

University of Georgia, Athens, GA                                                 December 2017- March 2020

Job Title: Event Planner/Clerical

  • Spearheaded and co-facilitated event planning for the university including organization, murals, entertainment and décor.
  • Developed and communicated event objectives, timelines, and responsibilities to team members, ensuring alignment and accountability for successful event delivery.
  • Collaborated closely with clients and stakeholders to understand their vision and requirements, ensuring the murals aligned with the event's objectives and aesthetics.
  • Demonstrated event management expertise through the successful implementation of at least 20 planned events.

Chick Fil A, Warner Robins, GA                                                          May 2013 – August 2016

Job title: Cashier

  • Trained employees on job-specific skills, tools, and systems, ensuring they were equipped to perform their roles effectively and efficiently.
  • Cultivated and maintained positive customer relationships through attentive communication, responsiveness, and personalized service, resulting in a high level of customer satisfaction.


University of Georgia, Athens, GA                      

Bachelor of Fine Arts in the Arts and Art Education                           December 2020

Overall GPA: 3.64/4.00

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