A retired Marine Assault Amphibian Vehicle Officer, with over 7 years of program management experience, holds a BS in History and a Masters Degree in Organizational Management and is DAWIA Level II Equivalent in Program Management.
Managed over 120 training programs and over 100 employees representing over 20 million in revenue
Expert in reviewing Statements of Work and writing successful response Proposals.
Established Quality Improvement Processes that helped to ensure high levels of customer satisfaction.
Lead contingency planner for potential strike within government facility of over 600 employees.
Commanded over 700 Marines on 5 installations in 4 separate states.
Led emergency rescue mission following Hurricane Katrina saving over 300 lives
Led a Marine Detachment in combat during Desert Storm.

Strategic planner responsible for developing short and long range plans.
Coordinated and lead activities subordinates and cross functional teams.
Mentored, trained and supervised staff in training situations, daily activities and during active deployment.
Participated in development of doctrine and application of mechanized and armored warfare concepts.
Guided all operations of supply center supervising personnel, equipment readiness, and support coordination.
Mentored teams in all aspects of operational readiness leading to two consecutive organizational awards.
Developed and implemented comprehensive annual training plans including realistic and challenging training exercises to ensure that personnel met training requirements and were prepared for all contingencies.

Managed contracts in excess of $20 million with strict accountability and no audit discrepancies.
Saved Marine Corps $1.5 million through expeditious use of existing resources to develop needed equipment.
Managed workforce and provided budgetary oversight of both Marine and cooperating agency personnel.