Date of Clearance Adjudication:
Janaury 11, 2012
November 19, 2012 – December 31, 2042
Expiration Date – Janaury 24, 2014
English – Speaking: Native, Reading: Native, Writing: Native
Arabic – Speaking: Basic, Reading: Basic, Writing: Basic
Dari – Speaking: Basic, Reading: Basic, Writing: Basic
– Speaking: Basic, Reading: Basic, Writing: Basic
Stateside – California, District of Columbia, New York, Virginia, Virgin Islands, Washington,
Overseas – Afghanistan, Australia, Bahamas, Bahrain, Fiji, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, New Zealand, UK, United Arab Emirates,
Highlight Write Up:
My resume highlights experiences where I have proven myself to be an extroverted natural leader, pragmatic problem solver, and outside the box thinker who quickly grasps complexities, absorbs large amounts of information, and easily learns new skills in order to decisively formulate the most efficient and highest quality solutions. I thrive under pressure, am able to prioritize competing demands, and handle multiple projects in parallel. I strive to spend as much in-person time with customers as possible and work best when part of a dynamic and highly motivated team, but can equally excel as an individual.
Afghanistan – Duration: 1 year
– Duration: 1-4 weeks
Position Write Up:
Number of months in position – 5
The American Security Project – Adjunct Fellow:
Author papers, reports, and briefings on National and International Security, National Defense, and Energy Policy.
Number of months in position – 15
Integrity Applications Incorporated – Program Manager
o Oversee business and project development of the firm’s start-up sustainable energy practice.
o Author business plan and model that details the net present value, return on investment, and initial rate of return of the firm’s Sustainable Energy Products and Services.
o Led multipronged marketing campaign leveraging social media, mobile and online communications
Number of months in position – 36
Central Intelligence Agency – Intelligence Officer
o Officer in the Directorate of Intelligence assigned to the Office of South Asia Analysis.
o Routinely briefed senior civilian and military officials to include members of the Executive Office of the President, United States Senate, United States House of Representatives, National Security Council, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
o Conducted extensive research and analysis using a variety of complex data to produce all-source finished intelligence products.
Number of months in position – 9
United States Army – Embedded Combat Advisor
o Served simultaneously as the US Army Afghan Police and Army Mentoring Team in Ghazni Province Intelligence and Operations Officers.
o Responsible for planning, resourcing, managing, and evaluating all intelligence, combat, and humanitarian assistance operations.
o Created Pens for Peace – a program in which we handed out pens and pencils to Afghan children in order to increase literacy and reduce conflict by preventing today’s children from becoming tomorrow’s Taliban. We handed out over 250,000 pens over the course of 400 missions.
o Officer-in-charge of the US Army Afghan Police and Army Mentoring Team, Ghazni, Humanitarian Assistance aid allocation, resourcing, and distribution.
o Officer-in-charge of the Ghazni Intelligence Fusion Cell. Responsible for all intelligence collection conducted by the US Army Afghan Police and Army Mentoring Team, Ghazni. Additionally responsible for the subsequent analysis and production of US Army Intelligence reports, Human Terrain analysis, and combat and humanitarian operations evaluation reports used to assist the operations of Coalition and Afghan Security Forces stationed in Ghazni and Wardak provinces.
o Managed the weekly intelligence fusion meeting to coordinate and share actionable intelligence between all Coalition and Afghan National Security Forces stationed in Ghazni, Afghanistan.
o Supervised, trained, and mentored the Afghan Uniformed Police Criminal Investigations, Counter-Narcotics, and Anti-Terrorism officers-in-charge, along with the Ghazni based Afghan National Army Battalion’s Intelligence Staff and several officers of the Afghan National Directorate of Security.
Number of months in position – 36
United States Army Reserve – Intelligence Officer
o Serve as the Operations Officer and an Intelligence Collector in Det. 2, 3300 Strategic Intelligence Group.
o Served as an Intelligence Officer in Det. 1, 3200 Strategic Intelligence Group.
o Supported SMU operations and conducted analysis for the Department of Defense’s Joint Intelligence Task Force – Counterterrorism.
Skills Write Up:
• Strategic Debriefer (DSDC), 2011, Department of Defense
• COTR Level-1, 2009, CIA
• Combat Advisor, 2008, United States Army
• CAP, 2007, CIA
Honors and Awards:
• Exceptional Performance Award, 2009, CIA
• Purple Heart, 2008, United States Army
• Army Commendation Medal, 2008, United States Army
• Afghanistan Campaign Medal, 2008, United States Army
• Global War on Terrorism Medal, 2008, United States Army
• Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal, 2008, United States Army
• Armed Forces Reserve Medal with “M” Device, 2008, United States Army
• Overseas Service Ribbon, 2008, United States Army
• Non-Article 5 NATO Medal with “ISAF” Device, 2008, United States Army
• Combat Action Badge, 2008, United States Army
• Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, 2005, United States Army
• National Defense Service Medal, 2005, United States Army
• Army Service Ribbon, 2005, United States Army
• German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge (GOLD), 2005, Federal Republic of Germany
• David Boren National Security Education Fellow, 2004
Hardware, Software, Programming & Other Technical Skills:
• SPSS, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project, TRIDENT, Palantir, TIGR, TRIPWIRE, WISE, Analyst’s Notebook, Falcon View, Google Earth
Education Write Up:
The Maxwell School of Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
• Master of Public Administration, 2006
• Master of Arts in International Relations, 2006
• Graduate Certificate in Security Studies, 2006
Hamilton College, Clinton, NY
• Bachelor of Arts, Government, Graduated Magna Cum Laude, 2004
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