Chase Lee Morgan

I am an MBA Candidate at Brigham Young University majoring in Marketing.
I have proven experience in streamlining processes and increasing employee productivity.
I am seeking an internship for summer of 2014.

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Work Experience

Resumes always leave out the most interesting details of the jobs a person has held. My resume, for example, does not mention that

  • I have been kicked in the face by a cow while working on a cattle farm in Idaho.
  • While in the presidency of BYU’s student fan association, I got to drive the “Cosmobile” and worked backstage on the set of ESPN’s College Game Day.
  • While working for a tile and stone subcontractor, I landed my company a contract worth over a million dollars for the City Creek development project in downtown Salt Lake City.

My resume does mention the experience I have had as an estimator, working on a framing crew and managing the customer service department of the nation’s 19th fastest-growing company. Here you will find brief profiles of the organizations and companies I have worked with as well as a brief summary of my contributions to each.

Complete Merchant Solutions

Inc. 500's 19th fastest growing company in the nation, CMS handles over a billion dollars in electronic transactions every year. While with CMS, I managed a customer support call center, implemented innovative and effective data management and analysis tools for call tracking and customer satisfaction, and improved the operations of the department to the point that a smaller staff size was able to handle a larger work load.

Global Stone Inc.

GSI is a stone and tile subcontractor located in Orem, UT. While there, I worked as an estimator and a project coordinator, submitting bid proposals for new projects and managing the material order for current projects. I managed the submittals, RFI's, and purchase orders for of the Gila Valley LDS Temple in Arizona, communicating with stone fabricators in China and the Philippines for the profitable completion of the $350,000 project. I also secured the bid for the stone and tile portion of block 75 of the City Creek development in downtown Salt Lake City, valued at $1 Million, which was the largest project for the company secured that year.

Cougar United

Cougar United was the official student fan association of Brigham Young University athletics. Cougar United counted among its members some of the most loyal and dedicated BYU fans. In addition to supporting BYU's teams, the organization was focused on enhancing the experience of BYU's student fans. During my time on the organization's Executive Committee, I was involved in helping Cougar United emerge from debt, expanding the membership base, and implementing the "My Points" program that rewarded fan loyalty with back-stage access to broadcasts, exclusive invitations to events with coaches and players, and giveaways of prizes and BYU gear.

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