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Dynamic and results oriented professional with strong technical understanding of military information technology systems, and knowledge of communications security procedures. Highly proficient and reliable in operations and project management, staff coordination, and systems infrastructure. Dependable and exercises independent judgment and decision making abilities in establishing technical standards, ensuring adherence, and in evaluating technology problems and creating manageable solutions. Proactive, with a team-oriented attitude possessing strong analytical and interpersonal skills coupled with excellent written and oral communication skills.

Core Competencies
Operations & Project Management • Military Communications Security Procedures • Risk Management
• Solutions Assessment & Configuration • Technical Support & Troubleshooting
• Process Improvement • Staff Development & Training • Systems Infrastructure


United States Air Force , Edwards AFB, CA 2012 – Present
Section Chief – Network Operations; 412 Communications Squadron
Supervised operations for 84 employees in operating $72 million computer systems infrastructure for Air Force Test Center and 51 other associate units.
Key Highlight:
• Received excellent ratings on command unit inspection for 2013.

United States Air Force, Kadena AB, Japan 2005 – 2012
First Sergeant, 2008 – 2012
Served as senior enlisted advisor for three squadron commanders on all issues related to the enlisted force, and supervised assigned enlisted personnel of 720 members. Managed reception and transportation for 15 fallen soldiers by coordinating with the Army to render proper respects. Ensured personnel remained focused on the generation and execution of 3,400 aircraft sorties encompassing over 12,000 flights
Key Highlights:
• Obtained positive resolution for 25 combat stress cases.
• Provided Group Control Center recommendations, which improved unit accountability and post-attack reconnaissance procedures by streamlining processes, decreasing reporting time by 50%.
• Led airmen in winning three 18th Wing dorm competitions culminating $21,000 to enhance quality of life.
• Steered squadron to win 2011 18th Maintenance Group Aircraft Maintenance Squadron of the Year Award.
• Air Force First Team Year Award 2011.

Section Chief, Communication Plans and Resources, 2005 – 2008
Spearheaded 20 C4I system planners, and managed $30 million in equipment for 758 Air Force Special Operations personnel executing missions in Pacific. Gathered and assessed C4I requirements; coordinated resources allocations with 10 work centers across nine career fields. Planned and executed joint and combined exercises. Functioned as director of communications as required.
Key Highlights:
• Spearheaded in-garrison coalitions net install; re-allocated $1M in unused equipment, reducing forward personnel requirements by 85%.
• Methodically processed SATCOM request; authored error check process, and effectively reduced returns by 95%.
• Prepared ORI communications in Daegu AB, Korea, and provided stellar support to SOF, contributing to excellent ratings.
• Established garrison C4 system capability, and advocated for three new contractors and resources.
• Led C4I planning of 14 JCETs in PACOM, expertly tailored UTCs to mission requirements, and bolstered regional security.

United States Air Force, Ellsworth AFB, SD 2002 – 2005
Non-commissioned Officer-in-Charge – Combat Crew Communications
Trained and equipped bomber, tanker and reconnaissance aircrews with communications security training. Documented discrepancy reports and managed corrective actions. Conducted periodic inspections of equip and facilities to ensure compliance with directives and mission requirements.
Key Highlights:
• Successfully led assigned shop to an error-free rating from the Air Combat Command Inspector General during 2004 functional review.
• Eliminated tracking deficiencies in a critical equipment account and saved $100,000 of essential resources.
• Led three work centers in achieving all mobility requirements and achieved a 100 percent mission success rate in support of five consecutive Operations Enduring and IRAQI Freedom deployments.

United States Air Force, Schriever AFB, CO 2000 – 2002
Non-commissioned Officer-in-Charge – Cryptographic Operations, 4th Space Operations Squadron
Directed strategic planning and dissemination of electronic cryptographic keys to 1,350 users worldwide; integrates satellites, users, and mission control segments to provide over-the-air terminal rekey capability.
Key Highlights:
• Contributed to the 100% communications availability rate of $31B satellite system, supporting 1,350 war fighters among eight commanders-in-chief.
• Developed an emergency re-key authorization database for White House Communications agency satellite terminals and postured users for immediate priority re-key delivery in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
• Delivered 58,000 cryptographic keys to terminals, guaranteeing the operability of 54 secure networks for fighting commanders-in-chief.
• Directly contributed to the unit winning the 2000 Air Force Space Command Lieutenant General Harold W. Grant Award for “Best Small Communications Team”.


Columbia Southern University – Orange Beach, AL
Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management (Cum Laude), 2012
Associate of Applied Science in Business Management, 2012

Community College of the Air Force
Associate of Applied Science in Human Resource Management, 2010
Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems Technology, 2005

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