About Me

Resume Fall 2011



Seeking an internship in the Human Factors Field


Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU), Daytona Beach, FL
Bachelor of Science in Human Factors Psychology, Major GPA:3.8; Expected 2012
Masters of Science in Human Factors System Engineering, 2014; Expected 2014

Leadership Skills

President, Human Factors and Ergonomic Society – ERAU Chapter
Co-Chair, Human Performance in Extreme Environments 9th Annual Meeting
Student Chair, Human Factors and Applied Psychology Student Conference
Public Relations Officer, Psi Chi: International Honor Society in Psychology, ERAU

Relevant Skills

Language: Fluent in French
Computer: Versed with HTML, CATIA, ARENA, Core and SPSS. Familiar with JAVA. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, FrontPage)


Currently studying the boarding and deboarding process of commercial aircraft in relation to age group and different boarding techniques (i.e.; Back-to-front, Rotating-zone, Random Boarding, Block boarding, Outside-in boarding and Reverse-pyramid boarding)

Work Experience

Graduate Teaching/Research Assistant January 2011 to Present
Human Factors Department, ERAU

  • Teach Introduction to Human Factors classes
  • Assist faculty with research projects

Credentialing Assistant October 2010 to January 2011
ERAU Worldwide

  •  Completed multiple data entry tasks
  • Made first contact with prospective hires

Magician March 2003 to September 2008

  • Performed magic shows for birthday parties or other special occasions
  • Performed at the World Bank Christmas party in Washington D.C. for three consecutive years

Project Work

Worked on ISO standards and requirements to make a company ISO 9001 compliant

Worked on Next-Gen system design: As a team we designed a prototype text-based communication device for ATC-Pilot interactions

Worked on research concerning the redesigning of airport diagrams to facilitate and streamline ground operations


Juhel, A., Boquet, A., Cruit, J. (February 2012). The Relationship Among Pilot Workload, Human Error, and Civil Aviation Accidents. To be presented at the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, Louisiana

Flight Experience

Single Engine Land : 123.2 hours

  • Pilot in Command : 7.9 hours
  • Cross Country : 21.2 hours
  • Simulated Instrument : 3.2 hours