Motivated leader with 16 years of experience in logistics, research development, and training in the United States Army, ensuring all tasks are completed successfully and prior to the deadline. Expertise in planning, resourcing, training, tracking, and execution of distribution of general supplies, fuel, water, mail, and passengers. Able to conduct critical thinking, budget planning, and personnel management of over 150 personnel. License Life and Health Agent. Has a proven track record in process improvement and motivating a diverse workforce who is currently seeking a challenging position in management.
Education and Military Training
· M.B.A., Webster University, St Louis, MO, 2011, GPA; 3.75
· B.S., Environmental Science, University of Massachusetts at Lowell, Lowell, MA, 1994 - 1998
· Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS, 2011
- Educates and develops leaders for the full spectrum of joint, interagency and multinational operations.
- Produces logistics leaders that are able to plan and adaptively execute effective and efficient sustainment of decisive operations in a complex environment.
· Support Operations Course, Fort Leavenworth, KS, 2011
Civilian Experience: US Health Advisor Dec 2015 – Present
- Provided medical, health and life assistance to those that needed help.
Military Experience: United States Army, Major – Logistics Officer opportunity
Distribution Integration Chief of the Support Operations Fort Campbell, KY and Afghanistan Dec 2012 – Aug 2015
Responsible for planning, coordinating, synchronizing, monitoring, and execution of distribution of general supplies, fuel, water, mail, passengers, containers, and other direct support requirements.
- Supervised 150 personnel to provide logistical support to all supported agencies on Fort Campbell.
- Planned and established the Fort Campbell Air Assault Sustainment Operation Center within three months to monitor logistics for all of Fort Campbell.
- Planned, coordinated, and executed the transfer of 3.8 million dollars worth of equipment to the Afghanistan government without any loss of equipment.
- Planned, coordinated, and executed of sustainment and material reduction to ensure 58 forward operational bases were closed or transferred to the Afghanistan government.
- Planned, coordinated, and monitored over 400 combat missions that drove over 70,000 miles throughout Afghanistan.
Operation Officer Fort Campbell, KY Dec. 2011 – Dec. 2012
Responsible for planning future operations and training plans for 841 personnel.
- Planned, coordinated, and resourced 18 ranges to ensure all personnel were trained and qualified on their assigned weapons.
- Prepared, trained, deployed, and redeployed 64 personnel for Security Forces Advisory Team Members for Afghanistan.
- Planned and executed the brigade’s sustainment training that certified over 200 personnel in their jobs.
- Planned and coordinated the training of 21 logistical leaders through the Logistical Leaders Academy.
Logistics Support Team Chief Fort Riley, KS and Iraq Nov. 2008 – Jan. 2011
Responsible for synchronizing, coordinating logistical and technical support for 4,413 personnel.
- Planned, coordinated, and tracked communication reintegration of 66 vehicles, UAV upgrades and training, fielding of 425 radio sets, and facilitated the transfer of over 500 vehicles.
- Monitored and coordinated with several different organizations the reset of over 38,997 pieces of equipment, once the equipment returned from Iraq.
- Reviewed over 2,000 maintenance reports and provided support actions to sustain the brigades combat power above 95%
- Traveled and provided over 300 hours of reset training located at 6 different locations throughout Iraq and ensured over 11,911 pieces of equipment were inducted into RESET in Iraq.
Logistics Senior Advisor Liverpool, NY Nov. 2006 – Nov. 2008
Responsible for directing and monitoring 9 Army Reserve and National Guard units throughout the Northeast in training management.
- Planned and trained over 2,000 personnel on convoy operations in preparation for their deployment to Iraq.
- Developed new training systems and organizations in order to provide the best possible training for 3,600 personnel in logistics operations for their deployment to Afghanistan.
Support Operations Plans and Operation Officer Hanau, Germany and Iraq Jun. 2005 – Nov. 2006
Responsible for coordinating and synchronization of logistical support.
- Scheduled and tracked over 1,000 logistical convoys throughout Iraq and ensured that no mission failed due to logistics.
Company Commander Iraq and Hanau, Germany Dec. 2003 – Jun. 2005
Responsible for leading, health, morale, training, and welfare of 82 personnel.
- Ensured all personnel in the company completed all mandatory training resulting in the company having no accidents, no sexual harassment problems, no equal opportunity issues, and the lowest alcohol related incident rate in the Battalion.
- Developed a maintenance program that quickly drove readiness from 54% to 96% in four months.
- The first out of 30 commanders to maintain 100% accountability of over 8 million dollars worth of organizational equipment to include 33 vehicle without any loss.
Support Operations Supply and Service Officer Wiesbaden, Germany and Iraq Feb. 2002 – Dec. 2003
Responsible for supply support operations.
- Plan and coordinated general supply and service support for Operation Iraqi Freedom supporting over 167,000 personnel.
- Tracked over 308 ground supply convoys consisting of over 18,000 trucks across Iraq.
- Served as the Support Operations Battle Captain for three successful deployments to Kuwait, Poland, and Grafenwoehr to ensure that there was no mission failure all supply support operations.
Battalion S4 Fort Drum, NY Apr. 2000 – Jul. 2001
Responsible for planning, coordinating all aspects of supply, transportation, services, facilities, and budget.
- Submitted and aggressively pursuit unfinanced requirements that resulted in receiving an additional $20,000 for mission critical tools purchases and an $51,000 for training.
- Programmed, monitored, and allocated an annual budget of $280,000 without going over.
- Planned and coordinated all supply and transportation activities for three brigade training exercises and Joint Readiness Training Exercise at Fort Polk, LA.
Assistant Operation Officer Fort Drum, NY and Bosnia Jun. 1999 – Apr. 2000
Responsible for planning future operations and training plans for 500 personnel.
- Coordinated and resourced 12 ranges to re-qualify 100 personnel on their assigned weapons prior to deployment to Bosnia.
- During a seven month deployment to Bosnia conducted daily update briefs that allowed the companies to keep abreast of ongoing and future operations while providing ample reaction time and information.