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17yr, Senior Instructor and Curriculum Developer, SECRET, CompTIA, Analyst Notebook


Date of Clearance Adjudication:
August 01, 2016

February 26, 2019 – Janaury 01, 2028

Yes (Service Connected) – Percentage: 70

Current Passport:
Expiration Date – February 01, 2022

– Speaking: Basic, Reading: Basic, Writing: Basic

Desired Location:

Stateside – North Carolina,
Overseas – Prefers not to deploy,

Highlight Write Up:
Experienced Program Manager and Instructor with an active secret clearance, offering over 17 years of exceptional acumen and proven ability to conduct operations and deliver high quality instruction. Proven leader, adept at supervising and training diverse staffs and students on all aspects of military operations. Possess a comprehensive background in implementing, developing, analyzing and streamlining training programs. Recipient of multiple awards for outstanding performance and professionalism.

Geo Location:
Afganistan – Duration: 6 months
Iraq – Duration: 1 year
Korea – Duration: 1-4 weeks
Japan – Duration:

Position Write Up:
Number of months in position – 2 years 5 Months
Tactical Radio/CompTIA Security + Instructor 2016 -present

F2 Systems/ProSol Associates – Camp Pendleton

Presents lesson plans to meet rapid short term training requirements and refresher training for the Marine Corps Communication Training Center aboard Camp Pendleton

•Conducted instruction and performance tests and an evaluation of skills for the Advance Radio Operator Course, Incidental Radio Operator Course, Advanced Networking Wideband Waveform and Security + SYO-501 courses.

•Provide security awareness training (Security +) in order to develop essential competencies that are essential in facing possible information security issues

•Provide CompTIA Security + SY0-501 certification training in topics such as threats, vulnerabilities, and attacks, system security, network infrastructure, access control, cryptography, risk management, and organizational security.

•Maintain a vast knowledge and skill set necessary to install, operate and maintain Marine Corps radio communications networks, and satellite radio systems to include the PRC-117F/117G/152/150/148

•Conduct training in accordance with the Marine Corps Systems Approach to Training and Education (SATE) Manual

•Provide hands-on time (practical application) training for Marines to practice individual skills prior to testing

•Assist in the curriculum development process

•Complete an After Instruction Report (AIR) per the Systems Approach to Training and Education (SATE) at the conclusion of each training event

•Provide instruction on Sub Networking, Basic Networking and Cisco Router and Switching programing

•Provided practical application training for 732 students and over 2368 classroom hours ensuring personnel were adequately prepared for exams resulting in a 97 percent pass rate

•Work efficiently in a military staff environment that requires coordination both internally and externally with the Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School (MCCES) under the direction of the Training and Education Command (TECOM)

•Ensures compliance with relevant government policies and standards.

Number of months in position – 1 Year

Crime Analyst 2015 – 2016

Homeland Security Solutions Inc. – Camp Pendleton

Provided analytical support to military law enforcement personnel in support of law enforcement investigations and initiatives in order to identified criminal trends and patterns in order to support strategic tactical goals

•Instructed users on the basic functions of the CrimeView operating system and provide regular intelligence briefing to senior officials

•Produced and disseminated intelligence products to various law enforcement channels in order to provide personnel accurate reports and the ability to track trends or patterns among service member or base violators.

•Attended regional meetings of crime analysis professionals in order to share information on crime patterns, new methodologies, and developing tools

•Maintained a working knowledge of all orders and directives pertaining to the criminal Investigation division and law enforcement community

•Analyzed 5 years of data and evaluated its effectiveness in order to identify the data needed for the crime mapping system resulting in user friendly data interface

Number of months in position – 13 Years
UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS – Multiple Locations 2001 – 2014 Senior Training Instructor, Special Operation Training Group

Designed, developed, and coordinated curriculum and training programs for over 500 personnel undergoing Pre-Deployment Training for overseas assignments and combat environments

•Conducted formal and informal instruction to groups from 12-65 on topics including various military courses and all mandated Annual and Fiscal Training

•Monitored and ordered inventory of training aids and student supplies ranging in value from $1K-$15K

•Evaluated training effectiveness using participant feedback, classroom evaluations, and leadership recommendations to meet student needs and keep training current

•Developed media and training aids including Power Point presentations, video, and scenario based training to be used for classroom instruction

•Maintained a database record of all trained personnel leading to continued improvement of training and curriculum

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS – Multiple Locations 2001 – 2014 Squad Leader,

United States Marine Corps

•Oversight of daily operations for over 60 personnel

•Act as a liaison between Senior staff and employees

•Provided administrative support to upper level management

•Participated in administrative staff meetings

•Responsible the well-being, counseling and mentorship of subordinates

•Provide leadership and training to personnel

•Plan and conduct battle drill training for squad operations

•Conduct mission planning, develop after action reports, and provide training

•Ensured safety measures for work conditions were understood and conducted

•Responsible for inventory and maintenance of classified gear and material

•Maintain technical files and records for over 40 personnel

•The inspection of all protective equipment prior to mission

•The execution of over 150 combat patrols

•Patrol order writing and operational planning of combat missions


Skills Write Up:

• CompTIA Security Plus

• Microsoft Sharepoint Certified

• Combat Hunter Trainer

• Evasive Driver (PSD)

• Vehicle Egress Trainer

• NMITC – Introduction to Intelligence, Basic Instructor

• Terrorism Liaison Officer, Art of Communication


• Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Exchange Server, SharePoint

• ExamView

• I2 Analyst Notebook

• DOD Law Enforcement Defense Data Exchange

• TLOxp full access


• Geo Fidelis


• Tac Chat

• Mako Chat


Education Write Up:

• Bachelor of Science (BS) Information Technology

o 90 credits completed

o University of Phoenix, San Diego, CA

• Masters of Business Administration (MBA)

o Completed May 2016

o University of Phoenix, San Diego, CA

• Bachelor of Science (BS) Social Science

o Completed Dec 2014

o University of Maryland University College, Okinawa, Japan

• Good conduct Medal (2)

• Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (3)

• Certificate of Commendation (1)

• Combat Action (1)

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