Personal Statement
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Current Address
P.O. Box 14911
Fayetteville State University
Fayetteville, NC 28301
E-Mail: tjfogg01@uncfsu.edu
Permanent Address
98 Lane Store Rd
Franklinton, NC 27525
(919) 494-7511


To secure a position involving marine biology and forensic science that will utilize my skills and knowledge in biology and criminal justice.

2003-2005 Fayetteville State University,
Major: Biology Minor: Criminal Justice GPA 2.8/4.0

2003 Louisburg College, Transfer Student GPA 3.5/4.0

2000-2001 Wake Technical Community College, Transfer Student GPA 3.0/4.0

1998-2000 University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Transfer Student GPA 2.5/4.0

05/03-9/03 Central Children’s Home Oxford, NC
Residential Counselor

  • Responsibilities include direct care of clients, one on one and group counseling. To guide and assist students while creating a household atmosphere and maintain a secure environment in a residential setting.

2/02-9/02 Committee to Elect Gene Gay Raleigh, NC
Campaign Liason

  • Coordinate daily activities for candidate. Manage and supervise volunteers and poll workers. Prepare and distribute campaign materials accordingly. Office duties to include: heavy typing, answering and directing calls and scheduling appointments and meetings.

1/00-11/00 Spherion/IBM RTP, NC
Administrative Assistant II

  • Responsibilities include typing, filing, billing and light bookkeeping, answer and screen all executive-level calls and channels calls to the proper contact person. Made administrative decisions based on knowledge of company’s policies and procedures. Made executive travel and lodging arrangements. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Lotus 1-2-3, and Excel.


Miss Fayetteville State University Scholarship, contestant and receiver of scholarship
Fayetteville State University Scholarship
Boy Scouts Scholarship
North Carolina Scholar
National Honor Society
National Spanish Honor Society


Bio Phi Chem, Natural Science Club
North Carolina Louis Stokes Alliance Participant
Miss Vance Hall, Residence Hall Queen
Vance Hall Council


5/04-7/04 Elizabeth City State University Elizabeth City, NC

  • Intern, Undergraduate Research Experience in Ocean and Marine Science
    Dolphin Behavior Correlation with SST, Mentor Kevin Foss
The purpose of this research was to determine if sea surface temperatures and chlorophyll alpha can be used in determining the presence or absence of dolphins. This would enable individuals to locate dolphins without having to physically be on the water looking for them. Because of the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972, the Navy is seeking more efficient ways to locate dolphins in order to avoid future harassment

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, member
National Council of Negro Woman, member

Available Upon Request