Restaurant Server

Hannah Luzadder

3523 N Gantenbein Ave • Portland, OR 97227 • (303) 908-6770


Lewis & Clark College: Portland, OR August 2016

Bachelor of Arts, International Affairs

Senior Thesis Project: Economic Liberalization in Developing Countries: A Multi-Theory Explanation of India’s Neoliberal Economic Policy Reforms in 1991

  •   Detailed research, assessment of literature, International Relations theory, data collection and analysis to determine why developing countries may choose to liberalize their economies despite potentially severe political and economic consequences, with India as a case study. 

Upper level courses

  •   International Affairs Seminar, International Relations Theories, International Political Economy, Global Order, International Law, Middle Eastern Politics, Comparative Politics, Global Resource Dilemmas, Area/Culture Studies: India, Development/Environment: India, Social Change, United States Foreign Policy

India, Lewis & Clark College Overseas Program Fall 2015



Clerical Assistant, Cain Petroleum, Portland, OR June 2014 - August 2016

  •   Reconciled daily Cash Receipts Register for 5-10 of 26 Chevron gas stations, composed monthly Sales Reports, reconciled Accounts Payable , provided customer service, maintained updated employee files and credit card records 

  •  Reorganized 6 years of current and terminated employee files for 26 separate gas stations and convenience stores

  •  10-20 hours per week, 40 hours per week during summer breaks from school

Student Receptionist/Assistant, Student Health Services at Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR  January 2013 - May 2014 

  •   Performed customer service, received incoming patients, checked patients vitals upon arrival, produced pamphlets and packets with health information for students traveling overseas

  •  Maintained and organized updated patient files, prepared and delivered medical bills to patients,  received and organized medical supplies

  • 10 hours per week

Barista, Starbucks, Evergreen, CO Summer 2013

  • Prepared/served food and beverages in accordance with specific company recipes, provided customer service, completed daily opening or closing duties, managed the cash register, supervised end-of-day till counting and delivery of money to locked safe

  • Mastered prioritization and correct completion of tasks in a fast-paced environment, assisted in training new employees to follow beverage recipes, operate the cash register, and proper use of various beverage appliances

  • 35-40 hours per week 

Hostess, BeauJo’s Pizza, Idaho Springs, CO Summer 2012

  • Greeted and determined where to seat customers, assisted with food delivery, managed the cash register and to-go counter, provided customer service

  • 40+ hours per week



54th Annual International Affairs Symposium, Lewis & Clark College April 2016

  • Chosen to host visiting professor, scholar, published theorist, and extensive contributor to the field of International Affairs and Political Science, Dr. Randall Schweller, for three consecutive days

  • Facilitated transportation for Dr. Schweller to and from symposium debates and dinners, coordinated punctual and safe arrival at campus each day and return to hotel each evening, introduced Dr. Schweller to the student and faculty assembly preceding his debate

Music Merit Scholarship, Lewis & Clark College Fall 2012

  • Completed a classical piano performance audition for a faculty panel from the Music Department at Lewis & Clark College, and received a scholarship

  • Financial scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate “outstanding skill and potential in their instrument” (

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, Estes Park, CO Summer 2011

  • Wrote and submitted a series of essays and applications that demonstrating my potential for leadership based on academic awards received, leadership positions previously held, volunteer experience, and extracurricular activities participated in during high school 

  • Chosen as one of 200 high school students from a large pool of applicants from my district to receive a Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA), received a scholarship to attend a week-long camp for youth leadership development, sponsored by Rotary



  • Proficient in Microsoft Office for Mac and PC, experience with navigating computer programs used for accounting, experienced in utilizing social media as a business tool 

  • Writing, research, critical analysis, and problem solving

  • Organization, prioritization, and attention to detail 

  • Public speaking, customer service, and public relations 

  • Fundamental proficiency in Spanish, limited Hindi





Cyrus Partovi

Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences

Professor of International Affairs

Lewis & Clark College 

(503) 768-7636


Heather Smith-Cannoy

Associate Professor/Chair of International Affairs 

Lewis & Clark College

(503) 768-7623


Denise Henry 

Senior Operations Manager

Cain Petroleum 

(503) 546-3535


  • ID#: 117692
  • Location: Portland, OR , 97227

Don't Be Fooled

  • When selling, do not put your home address in your ad.
  • To avoid scams, buy and sell with people you can meet locally, in person.
  • When meeting with someone you don't know, meet in a public place. If that's not possible, have a buddy with you. Also, carry a cell phone; if you feel unsafe, you can call a trusted friend, and stay on the line.
  • Never give out financial or private information like account numbers, PayPal login, or social security number.
  • If an offer sounds too good to be true, it is. Walk away!