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Project Management

 A proven Continuous Improvement Management leader with extensive experience in building and leading integrated operations for international military operations utilizing project life cycle methodologies, and holding highly visible positions and known for continuously improving on processes and procedures that increase productivity and delineate efficiencies.
 A high-energy self-starter who has demonstrated effectiveness in handling complex projects and brings strong Change Management efficiencies for production, department reorganization, quality control and safety initiatives, and documented successes that support and sustain project initiatives. Risk Management expert providing customer-centric initiatives for businesses, clients and vendors. Active Top Secret Clearance. Proficient in MS Office Suite, ArcGIS, WebTAS, CIDNE, DCGS-A, and Terra Explorer.

Core Strengths

 Project Management/Operations
 Human Recourses Management
 Staff Training/Development
 Client Relations/Customer Service
 Resource Allocation
 Communications/Presentations
 Processes/Procedures
 Information Management
Relevant Experience
 Effectively participate in Operational Planning Teams and other workgroups as may be formed, representing the G-9 and civil affairs issues in support of Division Command HQ in Afghanistan (CMO).
 Oversee day-to-day management of RC-E Commander’s Emergency Resource Program (CERP) Information Management that includes entering into and managing reports in the Combined Information Data Network Exchange (CIDNE) system, coordinating meetings and briefings, and managing IM projects.
 Civil Information Management cell provides products that depict the civil terrain, and function on a General-level staff that includes production and presentation of briefing products to all levels of the organization and Inter Agencies.
 Oversee Humanitarian projects for East Regional Command in Afghanistan, and conduct Humanitarian Operations with joint and multinational, military and civilian organizations
 Provided Operations and Research Systems Analysis on Improvised Explosive Devices by conducting trend analysis on activity within the area of operation as conducted in Division and Brigade Combat Team; deployed in support of CENTCOM in Operation Iraq Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.
 Served tour on the battlefields of Iraq; embedded with 3rd BCT out of Hawaii and provided trend analysis of IED activity and requesting support from COIC.
 Assisted in collection of data and information to support the analysis of the counter Improvised Explosive Device of CENTCOM in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.
 Managed, developed, and implemented military operations planning, monitoring, and assessing of programs and policies, and collaborated with Intelligence Section at Division level on information collection and tracking IED activity.
 Strong communications experience for military and civilian personnel, both oral and written.
 Maintained databases and compare and contrast information from multiple sources, utilizing current analytical tools, and provide counter-IED training support to Corps, CJTF, Division, and TF TROY in Iraq.
 Demonstrated expertise/documented knowledge of Attack the Network ClED strategies, and successfully integrated an existing national-level product, database, and enhanced level of information support for Intelligence Surveillance, and Reconnaissance assets.
 Interfaced with higher, lateral and subordinate commands/organizations’ Collection and Requirements Managers, and provided Brigade and Regimental Combat Team commander with access to immediate, real time analytic capabilities that enabled unit to better exploit data.
 Collaborated jointly with Division Adjutant General (AG), in planning, development, and execution of programs, policies, and procedures involved in management of Soldiers Readiness Center (SRC).
 Served as Action Officer on location for Division Quality Management Program that included evaluations, staff visits, surveys performed, deficiencies noted, and established and maintained a Control Data Log for tracking so commanders met administrative objectives and goals.
 Provided training, supervision, and direction to over 40 staff members, and strategically identified rotational requirements for major deployed platforms.
 Effectively tracked 300 to 900 administrative daily actions.

 Accountable for $5.5M in automated equipment and property, and oversaw daily operation of implementation, operations and maintenance.
 Provided management and guidance for deployment and redeployment to units
within the Division, National Guards and Reserve units on the mobilization process, and efficiently oversaw operations that processed more than 10,000 soldiers from the 3RD Infantry Division for deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan.
 Mobilized more than 3700 National Guardsmen from the 76st Brigade Combat Team out of Indiana within five days, and effectively oversaw diverse staff agencies that consistently met critical deadlines.
 Coordinated briefings to Generals and Flag level Officers, and strategically coordinated personnel functions requiring outside support in order to achieve overall objectives.
 Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Battalion Commander within a Training Support Brigade (TSB) that served as “operation/training group”, as the National Training Center (NTC) and the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC). Responsible for a battalion of observer/controller trainers (OC/T); overseen mission training to provide CTC-quality lanes and training support at the platoon, company, battalion, and brigade level for Active Component, ARNG/USAR, and Air Force Security units deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan.
 Effectively coordinated planned, executed, and evaluated Combat Arms/Combat Support/Combat Service Support lane training, and equipment distribution critical to organizational success.
 Conducted reviews and approval on all personnel evaluations for all operations and rehearsals.
 Assisted in unit budget for missions, special events, and logistical cost for daily routine task, and conducted quality control of prepared briefings, lesson plans and SOPs.
 Formulated deadlines for training and operation plans, completed revisions and prepared final submissions to higher headquarters.
 Operations Advisor on training and all enlisted personnel issues, and ensured commander’s mission statement, guidance adhered to, and standard of training met.
 Analyzed and evaluated tactical units movements during major training events to synchronize joint fires through planning, execution, and assessment of the Division’s shaping operations, and coordinator for all military programs within the Organization.

Work History
United States Army
Civil Information Manager – Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan 2009 – Present
JIEDDO Embedded Data Collector, Cob Speicher, Iraq 2008 – 2009
Sergeant Major – Senior Human Resource Management, Fort Steward, GA 2007 – 2008
Battalion Sergeant Major – 2/362nd FA Bn, 5th AR Training Support Brigade, Fort Carson, CO 2004 – 2006
Operations Sergeant Major – 2ID, Camp Red Cloud, Korea 2003 – 2004
Master Sergeant/Intelligence Manager, Fort Bragg, NC 2001 – 2002
First Sergeant, Fort Bragg, NC 1997 – 2001
Senior Drill Sergeant – 1st Battalion, 31st Field Artillery, Fort Sill, OK 1995 – 1997
Education / Military Training
Bachelor Degree in Sciences – Excelsior College, New York, NY
Associates Degree in Applied Science – Pikes Peak College, Colorado Springs, CO

Military Training:
Sergeant Major Academy │ Airborne │ First Sergeant Course │ Drill Sergeant School │ Combat Lifesaver Course Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Course │
Basic Non-Commissioned Course │ Warrior Leaders Course Security Management Course │ Battle Damage Assessment Course

Military/Civilian Awards / Affiliations

 Meritorious Service Medal
 Army Commendation Medal
 Army Achievement Medal
 Army Good Conduct Medal
 National Defense Service Medal
 Korea Defense Service Medal
 Southwest Asia Service Ribbon
 Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
 Kuwait Liberation Medal
 Airborne and Air Assault Badge
 Southwest Asia Service Medal with BSS
 Basic Marks Qualification Badge
Commanders Award for Civilian Services: Deployment with the 25TH ID from 2008 to 2009 as an IED Data Collector.
Meritorious Honor Award for Stability Operations while deployed with CJTF-101/CJ9 Parwan, Afghanistan 2011.
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