Brooke Miller 632 North Central Ave • Eureka, MO 63025 • (314) 255-7434 Objective To work as a Human Resources Generalist as relating to employment, benefits, recruitment, selection, records, employee recognition programs, employee relations, employee development, and classification of compensation methods and any student related activities which help to improve and facilitate the internal and external structure of the given company or task at hand. To assist with the development and implementation of personnel policies, procedures, and practices. To have FUN!!! Employment Farmers Insurance Agent 2007-2011- Miller Insurance agency owner Eureka, MO 63025 Staffing development and recruitment, data and customer needs analysis, direct and indirect marketing programs, Creation of job training, and procedure manuals along with making sure rules and regulation manuals were up to date, maintaining budget, and handling of customer’s money on a daily basis along with creating and maintaining agency budgets and benefit programs, monthly payroll and employee recognition programs and bonus programs. HRIS Systems management experience. 34% Agency Growth-2008-2009 , 68% Agency Growth 2009-2011, Recipient of Silver Level Century Life Award and Farmers Production Count Award for 2007, 2008, 2009 &, 2010 2006-2007- Nationwide Insurance- Agency Producer- Ellisville, MO 2005-2006- American Family Insurance- Customer Service Representative 2003-2005- Kirkwood-Webster Groves YMCA- Program Director- Aquatics In charge of overall aquatics programs and certifications for all staff related to the aquatics department, In charge of staffing and recruitment, job training and certification, payroll, scheduling of all programs related to aquatics and staff times of arrival to work, and budget allocation for non-profit organizations for predicted future expenses, revenue, etc… for projected year. 2002-2003- American Disability Association- Information Specialist- Worked on grants and improving and supporting ADA laws and systems for people with disabilities Education Bachelor of Human Resources and Public Relations 1998-2002 Western Illinois University- Macomb, Illinois NCAA Division 1- Swimmer and All- Academic Team 1998-2002 Masters of Communication & Human Resources 2002-2003 University of Missouri Columbia, MO
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I'll preface this review by saying that my wife and I really enjoy tapas, and enjoy other local tapas bars Modesto and Barcelona. After hearing good things from our friends and co-workers, my wife and I spent a lovely evening out and dined at Mosaic. The location downtown on Washington Ave. is in the heart of everything, very close to the Renaissance Grand and the City Museum. They describe themselves as 'modern fusion', which I'd more specifically describe as tapas style dining: small servings of familiar dishes, but they stand out from the crowd by serving their dishes with a twist. I started with the lobster bisque, which (pleasantly) surprised me as it was a delicious bisque with a decent amount of lobster that had mushrooms and a lemongrass accent. I loved it, but a standard/traditional bisque it was not. As with any tapas, you'll want to order several dishes to share, and since I'm a seafood lover I ordered the maple-sherry glazed scallops (delicious) and butter poached lobster (I'd eat it every meal if I could afford to), and my wife ordered the beef tenderloin (tender and flavorful) and the spiced new zealand lamb (lamb was delicious, but I'm not much for the root vegetables served alongside). Our server was friendly and service was good. The atmosphere was lively and the decor was modern and upscale. If you're expecting traditional preparation and large portioned single dishes, look elsewhere, but if you enjoy social dining and tasty tapas, you should definitely give Mosaic a shot. Oh yeah... we finished with the dulce de leche (wow) and after dinner drinks... a great ending to a delicious meal. We do plan on returning.
I looked up Booster's Cafe after reading about it in St Louis Magazine. As I entered the door I felt like I was back in 1985 in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire. Why? The owner/managers first opened an American style restaurant there where one could get a real hamburger and fries, pancakes and other food that reminded an American of home. I was elated to find them in St Louis after so many years and the food lived up to my expectations. Gone are the hamburgers and in their place is a breakfast that is out of this world as well as sandwiches, soups and other delights. The carrot-ginger soup was smooth and tangy, although I would have liked a stronger ginger taste, it was devine. I am going back today and taking some of my family because this is a place that deserves lots of business for what it meant to so many Americans abroad and the delightful food they have brought St. Louis! Check it out!