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Becky Dolgener’s Training CV

 

Current Position(s):

Assistant Instructor and Marketing Consultant, KR Training, Giddings, TX (since May 2018)

Facilitator, A Girl and A Gun Women’s Shooting League, Temple, TX, Chapter (since April 2015)

Training Coordinator, Texas Personal Defensive Training Group (since January 2015)

Firearms Instructor Certifications:

Rangemaster Advanced Certified Instructor

A Girl and A Gun Pistol Instructor

Massad Ayoob Group Deadly Force Instructor

Cornered Cat Defensive Firearms Instructor

NRA: Refuse To Be A Victim Instructor, Range Safety Officer, Basic Pistol Instructor

Firearms Education (Total = More than 480 hours)

Rangemaster Instructor Reunion, May 2019: Tom Givens, Karl Rehn, John Murphy, Tiffany Johnson, Aqil Qadir (16 hours CE)

Rangemaster Defensive Shotgun, Tom Givens, April 2019 (8 hours)

A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League National Conference, April 2019:

  • AG&AG Leadership Development (12 hours)
  • American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED Certification (4 hours)
  • AIWB Skills, Spencer Keepers of Keepers Concealment (3 hours)
  • Speed and Accuracy, Vicky Farnam of DTI for Women (3 hours, +4 hours RSO)
  • Dry Fire, Dave Harrington (3 hours)

Rangemaster Advanced Instructor Development Certification Course, Tom Givens, October 2018 (16 hours)

Contextual Handgun for the Armed Parent, Melody Lauer and John Johnston, Citizens’ Defense Research, June 2018 (16 hours)

Rangemaster Instructor Development Certification Course, Tom Givens, April 2018 (24 hours)

A Girl and A Gun Women’s Shooting League National Conference, April 2018:

  • A Girl and A Gun instructor development, Tatiana Whitlock, April 2018 (8 hours)
  • A Girl and A Gun leadership training, Tatiana Whitlock (20 hours)
  • Stop the Bleed Certification, Dark Angel Medical (3 hours)
  • Room Clearing with Hex Tactical Resources, Mike Pendley (3 hours)
  • Taking Dry Fire Live, Annette Evans (3 hours)
  • Contextual Handgun for the Armed Parent, Melody Lauer (3 hours)
  • Essential Carbine for Home Defense, Tatiana Whitlock and Steve Fisher (3 hours)
  • Unarmed Defense, Larry StClair (1.5 hours)
  • Fight to Your Gun, Mike Oschner (1.5 hours)
  • Violent Acts and Actors, Dr. William Aprill (3 hours)

Deadly Force Instructor, Massad Ayoob and Marty Hayes, Massad Ayoob Group, February 2018 (40 hours)

Rifle Fundamentals, Rachel Malone, Texas Firearms Freedom, July 2017 (4 hours)

MAG20 Range, David Maglio, May 2017 (16 hours)

A Girl and A Gun Women’s Shooting League National Conference, April 2017:

  • Curriculum Development and Implementation, Jeff Gonzales, The Range at Austin (3 hours)
  • Identifying and Correcting Common Shooting Errors, Tatiana Whitlock (3 hours)
  • Emergency Planning, Caleb Causey (3 hours)
  • Advanced AR-15, Jordan Blake (3 hours)
  • Couples Defensive Tactics, David Maglio (3 hours)
  • Tactical Medicine for EDC, Caleb Causey, Lone Star Medics (1.5 hours)
  • Bleeding Control, Matthew Kinney, 911 Tactical Medicine (1.5 hours)
  • Vehicle Engagement I & II, Mike Pendley, Hex Tactical Resources (6 hours)

Defensive Pistol 1: KR Training, Karl Rehn and John Daub, June 2016 (4 hours)

A Girl and A Gun Women’s Shooting League National Conference, April 2016:

  • Real World Meets Range, Tatiana Whitlock (3 hours)
  • Down Defender, Kathy Jackson (3 hours)
  • Trap and Skeet, Deb McKown and Renee Blaine (1.5 hours)
  • 5-stand, Martin Jones (1.5 hours)
  • Low Light Tactics, Mike Pendley, Hex Tactical Resources (3 hours)
  • Running a Safe Line, Kathy Jackson (3 hours)
  • Combative Pistol, Brian Quick (1.5 hours)

Cornered Cat Instructor Development Program, Kathy Jackson, April 2016 (24 hours)

NRA Women on Target Shotgun Event: NPSI, San Antonio, January 2016 (8 hours)

Ghosts of Goliad Rifle Marksmanship: Battle Road, Michael Adam and Rachel Malone, June 2015 (16 hours)

NRA Range Safety Officer Certification, Jennifer Langsdale, J&C Firearms Training, May 2015 (8 hours)

Handgunning: Beyond the Basics, KR Training, Karl Rehn, 2015 (4 hours)

A Girl and A Gun Women’s Shooting League National Conference, April 2015:

  • Real World Meets Range, Tatiana Whitlock (3 hours)
  • Running a Safe Line, Kathy Jackson (3 hours)
  • Instructor Development, Kathy Jackson (16 hours)
  • Other firearms and instructor development training (40 hours)

NRA Basic Pistol Instructor Certification, April Strong, Training Strong, Cheyenne, WY, April 2015 (24 hours)

Intro to IDPA, Ben Gilman, September 2014 (4 hours)

Texas Concealed Handgun Licensing Course, January 2013

Education and Other Certifications:

Digital Marketing Analytics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, May 2017

Marketing in a Digital World, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, April 2017

Content Strategy for Professionals, Northwestern University, February 2014

State of Texas Emergency Communicator Certification, Texas DPS, 2001

Bachelor of Science, Speech Communications, Tarleton State University, Stephenville, TX, August 2000

Firearms Instructor Experience:

Texas Personal Defensive Training Group: NRA Basic Pistol, NRA Refuse To Be A Victim, Private Handgun Instruction (since 2015)

A Girl and A Gun Women’s Shooting League, Girls’ Night Out New Shooter Orientation (monthly events since 2015)

Assistant Instructor, KR Training (since 2017)

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Becky Dolgener’s Marketing Resume

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Employment History: 

May 2017-present, Marketing Coordinator: Red Whisk Creative

As marketing coordinator, I specialize in custom content development, campaign and project management and marketing strategy within an agency setting. We primarily serve the health and fitness industry, delivering custom marketing campaigns with a team of consultants, digital and design specialists who excel at remaining agile and responsive to our clients’ changing needs.

May 2008-present, Content Developer: Quarter-Acre Content Services

I write original content for websites, marketing campaigns, reputation management campaigns and corporate communications while employing SEO best practices to increase web page traffic. All of this requires attention to details and deadlines, and regular communication with clients to ensure timely delivery of high-quality articles and content. (Clients include ChalkbucketLabs, Class A Management blog)

June 2013-2017, Executive Editor, STRATEGY Magazine

I developed engaging and unique content for online and print audiences. I also wrote editorial content and a blog, and managed the magazine’s social media presence via Facebook and Twitter. Together with the associate publisher, I developed new leads, partnerships and a dynamic editorial calendar designed to appeal to a diverse audience. (Daily tools: Bigstock, Pixlr, WordPress, MeetEdgar, Twitter, Facebook)

October 2006-October 2007 Communications Coordinator, Quality, Safety, and Regulatory Services, Scott & White Health System

September 2000-May 2003 Communications Specialist, Tarleton State University – Central Texas, Killeen

January 1997-September 2000 News reporter/editor/photographer/graphic designer, Stephenville Empire-Tribune, Temple Daily Telegram, Tarleton State University Office of Publications and Graphic Design

Education and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in Speech Communications, Tarleton State University, Stephenville, TX (English Minor), August 2000

State of Texas EC-12 Highly Qualified, Texas Teachers Alternative Certification Program

NRA-Certified Basic Pistol Instructor, April 2015; Cornered Cat Instructor Development, April 2016

CE: University of Pennsylvania Intro to Marketing (Coursera), October 2013

CE: Northwestern University Content Strategy for Professionals (Coursera), February 2014