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 Multi-faceted, highly trained, and detail-oriented Business and Financial Analyst with Master’s degree in Operations Research, eager to contribute advanced business acumen, finance services, industry knowledge, and technology savvy initiatives toward optimizing the goals of a world-class organization poised for extraordinary growth.
 Decisive and straightforward with transferable skills to develop cost and financial analysis and business modeling that address business needs, implement cutting-edge cost containment strategies, and strategically drive support initiatives for clear and concise business operations. Solid capability to gain immediate trust and cooperation from others to positively impact business performance.

M.S., Operations Research – Naval Postgraduate School -1995
B.S., Chemical Engineering – Auburn University -1985
DOD Cost Estimating Certification Level II – DAWIA -1998
Professional Cost Estimator/Analyst – Society of Cost Estimating and Analysis (SCEA) (PCE/A) -2011

Financial and Business Analyst – Booz Allen Hamilton, San Diego, CA 2006 – Present
 Provide cost, financial analysis and business modeling to Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) and Joint Program Executive Office’s (JPEO) Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) as an operations research analyst.
 Served as senior cost analyst for the Joint Program Executive Office’s (JPEO) Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) Handheld, Manpack, and Small Form Fit (HMS) programs.
 Perform reviewing, submitting, evaluating and standardizing HMS Increment 1, program cost estimate for all program milestone requirements, developed HMS Increment 2 cost estimate; support for Service Trade Studies to meet DoD requirements, provide miscellaneous cost support and program analysis for JTRS across product lines.
 Conducted HMS Planning Programming Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) support to include POM drills (Navy, Marine Corps and Army APPNs), SAR/DAES and budget submissions, impact statements for budget and other “what-if” scenarios accomplished through use of developed program cost model.
 Conducted cost and economic analysis for the Ship Platform (PMW 760) Program Manager and the Command and Control (PMW 150) Program Manager, and analyzed NAVSEA 7300/4 forms to determine cost efficiencies of installed C4I systems on all ship classes.
 Spearheaded changes to Optimized-Organizational Maintenance Activity (OOMA) program’s Life Cycle Cost Estimate (LCCE) supporting program’s Milestone C review.
 Conducted cost and business analysis support for Tactical Networks (PMW 160) Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES) program developing the Cost Analysis Requirements Description (CARD) and Performance Based Logistics Business Case Analysis (PBL BCA).
 Developed a cost model and trend analysis to determine optimal locations for the full array of medical service offerings across Camp Pendleton medical facilities, in conjunction with Construction of a new hospital at MCB Camp Pendleton.
 Recognized Subject Matter Expert for Automated Cost Estimating Integration Tools (ACEIT) cost modeling tool [a cost, schedule, risk and “what-if” suite to provide full cost visibility for a program’s Total Ownership Cost focusing on O&S].
 Served as Cost/Schedule Subject Matter Expert to access the viability of continuing the Soldier’s Radio Waveform contract, and developed decision tool for JTRS evaluating dual and multi-source procurement efforts.

 Developing Strategic Cost Management framework for Commander Naval Surface Forces’ Surface Warfare Enterprise to promote effective decision making across entire Enterprise.

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Education Counselor – True North Academy, American Fork, UT 2006
 Successful marketing and introduction of personal coaching to pre-qualified leads that increased financial performance of customers.
Military Experience:
Fleet Liaison Officer – United States Navy, Yokosuka, Japan 2003 – 2005
 Coordinated training for 22 forwarded deployed naval ships and more than 150 shore commands, approximately 25,000 sailors, to meet Fleet training requirements.
 Managed the training requirements and responsible for professional development of 22 ship-board training officers and training coordinators, and initialized training of more than 100 Naval courses, serving 6,000 students maximizing training and readiness levels for Naval units across the Western Pacific.
 Developed comprehensive tracking system managing available courses with course rosters that met ship training requirements in a highly dynamic deployment cycle, and conceptualized and implemented Web-based schedule of WESTPAC courses for ships and commands as planning tool and scheduling platform.

Live Weapon Impact Range Department Head – United States Navy, Roosevelt Roads, PR 2000 – 2003
 Oversaw all aspects of live fire operations, and surface, air and ground troop training and coordination for realistic weapons fire before deployment.
 Provided liaison support between congressional staff and range operations during congressional oversight and investigations.
 Trained more than 16 ships, 900 aircrews and 1,000 ground troops in safe and accurate delivery of high explosive weapons on target, and managed more than 31 contractors and military personnel, resulting in 100% range availability over 2-year period.
 Coordinated termination and cessation of all operations of live impact range and provided viable alternatives to replace live fire operations.

Early Career:
Operations Research Analyst/Cost Analyst – United States Navy, Washington, D.C. 1998 – 2000
Detachment Officer-in-Charge/Squadron Administrative Officer – U.S. Navy, Mayport, FL 1996 – 1998

 DoD Secret Clearance – Active
 Flight Time Summary
→ Total Flight time: 2497.1 hours.
→ Total Night/Instrument Time: 774.5 hours/770.2 hours
→ Total Helicopter Flight Time: 2366.6 hours.
→ Total Pilot in Command Time: 1197.2 hours
→ Total Fixed Wing Time: 130.5 hours
 FAA Commercial Pilot License – Date of Issue: 21 Mar 1987. Rated for Airplane Single Engine Land; Rotorcraft-Helicopter; Instrument Airplane and Helicopter.
 Computer skills – Expert in Apple Macintosh and Windows OS, Microsoft Office including Access database, FrontPage, and MS Project, ACEIT cost modeling SW and Crystal Ball Risk modeling

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