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Resume of Kim T. Feil

October 15, 2016

Resume of Kim T. Feil

kimfeil@sbcglobal.net   kim.feil@SunToWater.com

409 N Elm St. Arlington TX 76011  cell (817) 564-2577

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Bachelor’s Business Administration Cum Laude UT Arlington TX  GPA 3.55, Loyola University, New Orleans LA GPA 3.9, Dean’s List SLU, Hammond LA

Water Solutions, August 2016-present: sales lead sourcing, online chat support, sales support, FAQ support, providing excitement for the beginnings of a Tesla like pre-order model for the water industry. Feil views SunToWater solutions as plan “B” quickly becoming a mainstream home & business appliance. Global challenges for water quality and water security will only continue to increase. Investors and early adopters pioneering sustainable water generation are encouraged to get in early.
Cardinal Healthcare Grand Prairie,TX

Customer Service, 8 years: Order taking and tracking. Provided substitute products to expedite hospital supplies.

Margin Analyst 6 years: As a newly created position with no training, developed reports to locate anomaly transactions, and recouped $1.2 million GP dollars per year in credit, leasing, and contract rebate audits. Initiated the Rebate Payback Program designed to preserve two to three million dollars annually. Was analyst in pilot region for SAPr3 computer conversion and identified system bugs that interfered with accurate financial reporting. Provided work arounds on system constraints, provided support, training guides, and certification testing documents for processing correcting entries as well as associated sales rep. compensation correcting entries. Was responsible for training new pricing analysts and resigned in 2001 after 911 to focus on spending time raising our boys.

2010-Present: Urban Drilling Gas Well Ordinance Specialist Focused in learning the unconventional drilling fossil fuel industry’s gaps in public protections and maintained a blog on subject matter before going to work for SunToWater in August 2016. Being an Urban Drilling Risks Mitigation Specialist involved daily digesting economic energy trends, research scientific developments on unconventional drilling in areas of environmental & human/animal health impacts. I documents finding via my internet log. Am a consultant, advocate and contacted legislators & officials-made trips to Austin, appeared on numerous TV news spots and was 2012 candidate for City Council.

2006-current: Inventor of MYtoeSPACEpillow.com – filmed with ABC’s American Inventor 2007. Wrote patent, #7,555,795 B1, and looking to sell business product concept.

2003-2009: Arlington Independent School District – Substitute Teacher

2002-2006: Delaware North Companies Sportservice, Inc. Dallas, Arlington 

Order taker for inseat meal & beverage service for professional DFW sporting events. Was featured on jumbotron several times and ESPN as an entertaining food server.

2003-2006: LINC Local Color ­Arlington,TX 

Manager of coffee shop, deli, and art gallery. Coordinated street parties onMain Street, hosted open mic’s, & private parties. Maintain and accumulate a database of over 4000 email addresses.

1982-1987: First National Bank Norco, LA

Teller: Responsible for monetary inventory and daily vault balancing.

Activities: Steering seat Village Creek-Lake Arlington Watershed Protection Plan, Save Our (Rangers) Stadium group, Former Pres. Neighborhood Assoc., musician/song writer, kick box aerobics, dancing, collecting email addresses, preferred to teach at risk, On Campus Suspension students as I thrive on challenges.

References available upon request

Input zip code for Chromium-6 drinkn’ water risk

September 24, 2016
http://www.ewg.org/interactive-maps/2016-chromium6-lower-48.php
Input your zip code using this LINK and see if you are one of the estimated 218 million Americans consuming a known carcinogen. Chromium-6, widely known as the Erin Brockovich chemical, is natural yet rare in nature. However, industrial processes cause Chromium-6 to be unearthed (mined) in unnatural amounts.
If your results from the interactive map (courtesy of Environmental Working Group-ERG) are that your levels exceed .02 ppb (parts per billion), then you have exceeded the protective-of-public-health goal set by California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment.
The EPA has its own set of standards (100 ppb) which is a starting point where the states can choose to be even more protective (like California). The EPA’s enforceable MCL (maximum contaminant level) takes into account the “costs, benefits, and the ability of public water systems to detect and remove contaminants using suitable treatment technologies”.
Here is a 2013 report/video from PBS NewsHour entitled “How to Get Chromium-6 Out of Your Water”.