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14+ Yrs, All-Source Analyst, Human Terrain, TS/SCI FS Poly, Native Hebrew/Spanish, Fluent Russian/Italian, CN, Liaison Officer, MS International Relations

Clearance:
TS/SCI/CI POLY

Date of Clearance Adjudication:
October 30, 2007

Availability:
November 01, 2012 – October 31, 2022

Disability:
None

Current Passport:
Expiration Date – March 20, 2017

Language:
Russian – Speaking: Fluent, Reading: Fluent, Writing: Fluent
Hebrew – Speaking: Native, Reading: Native, Writing: Fluent
Spanish – Speaking: Native, Reading: Native, Writing: Native
Portuguese – Speaking: Intermediate, Reading: Fluent, Writing: Intermediate
Italian – Speaking: Fluent, Reading: Fluent, Writing: Intermediate

Desired Location:
Stateside – California, District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Puerto Rico,
Overseas – Afghanistan, Colombia, Germany, Israel, Panama, UK, USA, Venezuela,

Highlight Write Up:
Extensive experience over the last 14 years throughout the Department of Defense as an All-Source Intelligence Analyst,
Signals Intelligence Analyst, Cryptologic Linguist, Collections Manager and Liaison Officer while serving in the United
States Marine Corps, as a contractor for the Defense Intelligence Agency and as a Government Civilian for the Department of the Army. Excellent abilities in researching and collecting information, independently or as part of a group in a fast paced and highly stressful environment while managing the overall planning, direction and timely execution of program operations, development, assignment and higher level clearance of goals and objectives. Career is supported by a Masters in International Relations and an active TS/SCI Security Clearance, CI and Full Scope Polygraphs. Fluent in Russian, Spanish; Hebrew and Italian, Conversant in Catalan, and Portuguese. Published Defense Analysis Reports, Executive Highlights, Intelligence Summaries and Human Terrain Reports. Overseas experience in Iraq, Afghanistan, Colombia, Germany and Spain.

Geo Location:
Afghanistan – Duration: 1 year
Iraq – Duration: 6 months
Colombia – Duration: 6 months
Germany – Duration: 6 months
Spain – Duration: 2 years
Israel – Duration: 5 years

Position Write Up:
Number of months in position – 6
The Ackerman Group – North and South America 2012 Senior Consultant

• Assessed and evaluated physical security requirements for clients throughout Central and South America
• Operated in high-risk locations in coordination with local support staff in order to establish security protocols and provided clients with precise information critical to their overseas operations

Number of months in position – 20
Department of the Army, RC-West Fusion Center, Human Terrain Analysis Team – Fort Leavenworth, KS & Herat, Afghanistan 2010 – 2012 Human Terrain Specialist, Research Manager & Command Liaison Officer (GS-13)

• Supervised and directed the collection and assimilation of socio-cultural information as a member of AF-15, Human Terrain Analysis Team (HTAT) in support of the Commander’s Critical Information Requirements
• Managed the briefings of the RC-W Commander, Special Staff, and elements of the ISAF, Department of Defense, USAID, the State Department and the Italian Defense Ministry.
• Served as the Command Liaison Officer to the Italian & Spanish Command & Staff
• Worked closely with USFOR-A, SOTF West, MARSOC, Italian SF Group in a wide variety of projects throughout deployment resulting in closer cooperation between RC-West Command & Staff, SF elements, line units and ANSF

Number of months in position – 10
Outpost Solar, LLC – Nashville, TN 2009 – 2010 International Operations Director

• Managed the international sales and marketing, business development strategy and program management for a
new alternative energy business

Number of months in position – 14
Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization – Iraq 2007 – 2008 Command Liaison Officer and Supervisory Intelligence Analyst

• As a SAIC contractor, worked closely with U.S. and Coalition Forces to disrupt IED networks
• Exploited organizational weaknesses and leveraged coalition assets against the economic and social networks
responsible for a majority of U.S. and Coalition casualties in Iraq
• Served as Liaison and Supervisory Intelligence Analyst while embedded with forward deployed units in Baghdad

Number of months in position – 36
Defense Intelligence Agency, Counter-Narcotics Team – Arlington, VA 2005 – 2007
All-Source Analyst and Collections Manager
• As a SAIC contractor, worked for the Defense Intelligence Agency, bridging information gaps between the DIA
and sister intelligence agencies
• Provided policy makers with timely intelligence products addressing priority intelligence requirements

Embassy Intelligence Fusion Cell, Tactical Analysis Team – Bogota, Colombia 2006 – 2007
Joint Intelligence Forces Liaison Officer

• As a SAIC contractor, Served as the American Liaison Officer to the Colombian Ministry of Defense
• Managed all official requests for information and directed them, adhering to collection requirements
• Administered to collection requirements and official communications from EIFC personnel to the Colombian
Staff

Number of months in position – 96
United States Marine Corps 1999 – 2009

Joint Intelligence Operation Center – Stuttgart, Germany 2007
• As Signals Intelligence Collections Manager developed multi-discipline collection strategies in support of EUCOM’s Intelligence Management Operations Center
• Established priority Intelligence requirements while coordinating with various analytical elements of the Royal Air Force and the Special Operations in support of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom

Federal Bureau of Investigation, Joint Terrorism Task Force – New York, NY 2005
Counter-Terrorism Analyst and Language Specialist
• Analyzed and interpreted thousands of hours of data in support of the Department of Justice
• Followed mission requirements stemming from the ongoing operations in the Global War on Terrorism
• Utilized DOJ analytical and linguistic tools to maintain a current perspective on high-value targets and provide senior staff with mission critical input in ongoing investigations

Marine Cryptologic Support Battalion – Fort Meade, MD 2003-2005
• Tasked subordinates according to linguistic, analytical and other mission critical requirements per MCSB, Bravo Company directives
• Utilized Department of Defense linguistic, analytic and data mining tools in conjunction with national intelligence assets
• Formulated intelligence reports for higher headquarters

Defense Language Institute, Presidio of Monterey, CA 1999-2003

• Graduated Russian Basic course with high honors as top student in class achieving 3/3/2 in Defense Language Proficiency Test IV
• Served as Command Language Program Manager in charge of administering records and language assignments for 250 enlisted personnel and 50 officers
• Served as Substance Abuse Control officer for Marine Corps Detachment

Skills Write Up:
• Cryptologic Language Training Program
• All-Source/SIGINT/HUMINT/ELINT Tracks
• Simultaneous Translation/Interpretation (SP,RU,HE,EN)
• Command Liaison Officer Program (DIA, USA, USG)
• Forward-Deployed Assignments (Embed, Mounted & Dismounted Patrols, Recon, VSO/VSP, Comms)
• Overseas Experience (Afghanistan, Iraq, Colombia, Germany, Spain, Israel, Mexico, Venezuela, Turkey)

Education Write Up:
• M.A. in International Relations Institut Barcelona D’Estudis Internacionals, Barcelona, Spain 2009
• B.A. in Russian Language & Literature Excelsior College, Albany, NY 2005
• A.A. in Russian Language & Culture Defense Language Institute, Monterey, CA 2001

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