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13yr, SF ASO OCE, TS/SCI/CI Poly, PM, B.S. UNC

Clearance:
TS/SCI/CI POLY

Date of Clearance Adjudication:
April 10, 2014

Availability:
October 20, 2018 – June 30, 2020

Disability:
Yes (Service Connected) – Percentage: 100

Current Passport:
Yes
Expiration Date – June 01, 2020

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

Desired Location:
Stateside
Overseas

Highlight Write Up:
Special Forces Operations Manager and Instructor with over 13 years of experience, including Project Management, Special Operations, Instructing, Professional Development, and relationship building. Led and mentored multi-faceted teams and advised senior leadership on operations, programs of instruction, and intelligence. Expert instructor and coach with a proven methodology for maximizing productivity and managing multi-national teams in high tempo and demanding environments.

Geo Location:
– Duration: 1-4 weeks

Position Write Up:
Number of months in position – 17
Senior Instructor / Operations Manager
John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School

Instruct, train, and mentor senior leaders in a classified program with extremely limited selection. Graduates go on to perform highly critical missions for the Department of Defense.

• Improved efficiency by rewriting standard operating procedures (SOPs) and improved the process for student academic dismissal procedures, standardizing operations on east and west coast to ensure uniform policy.
• Oversaw, coordinated, and controlled activities, plans, and programs of contract maintenance and cleaning staff, ensuring that 200,000 square foot building was maintained, organized, and functional.
• Instruct course which runs for 3.5 – 4 months, twice a year, ensuring performance evaluations and course development. Despite grueling time and academic requirements, pass rates for the course were consistently greater than 80%.
• Manage logistics for in CONUS travel to meet course training requirements, logistics included flight coordination, lodging, meals, training schedules, and equipment.

Number of months in position – 22
Advanced Special Operations Manager / Program Manager
3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne)

Managed an office of 18 intelligence analysts and 98 personnel throughout Afghanistan. Responsible for advising senior leaders on current and proposed Advanced Special Operations projects.

• Synchronized efforts of diverse geographical regions into a unified program, resulting in an organized plan for the U.S. Government. Detail oriented leadership ensured everyone worked toward a common goal. Office was responsible for collecting 90% of ground intelligence during this period, and responsible for managing more than $300,000 of non-standard funds monthly.
• Rebuilt operational communication channels, which improved a 72-hour delay of INTEL reports being processed to fewer than 8 hours. Accomplished by reducing the redundancy in information, paperwork, and man hours of reporting requirements.
• Project Manager and Lead Planner for an organization-level exercise used to validate the capabilities for special operations and unconventional warfare. This multi-month exercise involved extensive interagency collaboration, employing over 1000 state and federal personnel.
• Conducted team building and worked with interagency within the U.S. government, non-government agencies (NGOs), and foreign governments to coordinate, train, and interpret information and intelligence.

Number of months in position – 60
Special Forces Engineer / Project Manager
3rd Special Forces Group Airborne

Trainer, engineer, and military ambassador for U.S., to include high government level coordination and training multi-national teams.

• Represented the United States in meetings with senior Kurdish officials, as well as the Governor of Mosul, Iraq during the ISIS crisis. These meetings directly influenced U.S. foreign policy during a volatile situation, providing information that influenced decisions at Congressional and Executive Branch levels.
• Project Manager for more than 3 million dollars in construction projects overseas. Gathered requirements, planned with multi-national teams, monitored progress and controlled variables, and ensured timely completion and close-out.
• Developed training programs of instruction for Afghan and Iraqi militaries to defeat Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs). The training utilized materials/supplies organic to the units, removing their reliance on U.S. assistance and equipment. This program provided a holistic solution to a complex problem, empowering populations to take command of their own success.
• Trained and mentored executive-level staff to coordinate, communicate, and leverage outside resources to problem solve and achieve results.
• Impacted the training of thousands of Afghans, hundreds of Kurds, and thousands of U.S. soldiers though direct mentorship and program development.

Skills Write Up:
o Project Management Professional (PMP) Expected OCT. 2018
o ASOTMC
o ASOT

Education Write Up:
B.S. in Business Administration In-Progress, Complete Fall 2019
UNC Pembroke
Current GPA 3.96

Associates in Education Dec 2014
Fayetteville Technical Community College
Graduated with highest honors, GPA 4.0

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