Curriculum Vitae

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Ariell Lomax


San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

Master of Library and Information Science                                            2017-

National University, San Diego, CA

M.E. in Education                                                                                            2011-2013

Thesis: “Future Directions in Two-Way Immersion Research”

GPA: 3.6

California State University, Sacramento, CA

B.A. in Art History                                                                                           2004-2008

Area of Concentration: East Asian Art

Thesis: “Identifying the Origins of Diversity in Qing Art”

Volunteer/internship EXPERIENCE

The California Museum, Sacramento, California

Volunteer                                                                                                        Oct 2016 – Present

Working at major museum events, teaching crafts to museum-goers, office work

University Library Gallery, California State University, Sacramento, California

Assistant Director’s Intern                                                                              Sep 2006-Feb 2007

Arrange travel for exhibition holders, applied for grants, organized filing cabinets, managed updating exhibition calendar, updated mailing list with MS Excel, prepared mass mailings, composed letters of contract on MS Word for artists and collectors using the gallery space, scheduled volunteer workers’ hours, opened, managed, and closed gallery while Assistant Director was out of town, handled payments for purchase of artist’s work with values up to $50,000 each


Elk Grove Unified School District, Elk Grove, CA

Substitute Teacher/Substitute Librarian                                                       2015-Present

Keeping library organized, teaching computer skills and

MS Office skills, bar-coding and preparing new books for

checkout, handling distribution/collection of textbooks,

helping students with technical problems, teaching classes

for absent teachers

Ivy Ryūgaku and Eikaiwa, Kaisei Kyōiku Group, Kansai, Japan

Assistant Manager/English Teacher                                                              2014

Administrative support to the school manager, recruited educators, developed curriculum, acted as a liaison between the manager and employees, assessed students, taught classes to children and adults, worked in schools, cram schools, and adult learning centers

Nova Holdings, Co. Ltd., Osaka, Japan

English Instructor                                                                                            2012-2013

Taught professional and scholarly adult students, assessed students for fluency, performed need analysis assessment, proofread materials and textbooks


English – Native Language

Japanese – speak/ read/write with high-intermediate proficiency

  • J-CAT: 188
  • JLPT: (December 2016)


Japan Art History Forum

Japanese Art Society of America


Japan – lived and worked in Osaka for 3 years