TOMÁŠ K. MARTINÁK
• Civil Affairs professional with 10+ years of combined experience in the United States Army and civilian sector.
• Flawless service record with specialized knowledge of civil-military support, diplomatic negotiations, project management, linguistics, and reconstruction planning and execution.
• Contributed to the planning, implementation, and final construction of over $150 million worth of civilian and military projects in Western and Southern Afghanistan. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
U.S. Civil Affairs & Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) Fort Bragg, NC / Afghanistan
Civil Affairs, December 2010 - Present (Reserves)
• Identify critical requirements needed by local citizens in combat or crisis situations. Primarily responsible for researching, coordinating, conducting and participating in the planning and production of civil affairs documentation, while enabling the civil-military operations of the supported commander.
• Coordinate and direct key leader engagements between diplomats, foreign service personnel, intelligence agencies, NGO's, and executive staff; direct support of Tier 1 Special Operations Forces.
• Plan and execute U.S. government interagency procedures for national or regional emergencies; assist with civil-military planning and support; coordinate military resources to support reconstitution or reconstruction activities; support national disaster, defense or emergency assistance and response activities.
• Foster and maintain dialogue with civilian aid agencies and civilian relief and assistance organizations. Morgan Borszcz Consulting
Washington Navy Yard, D.C.
Program Analyst, International Programs Office (Navy), July 2016 - December 2016
• Conducted export licensing, research & development, program coordination and analysis; Advised & consulted senior-level executives on Navy priorities in surface, air, submarine, and sea warfare projects.
• Researched and implemented regional and country defense strategies; provide recommendation on identified country program directions; executed end-use certificates, project agreements, and budget arrangements.
• Consulted international partners in the use of Navy weapons systems, their purpose, mechanical durability, lifespan, cost, and implementation strategies while utilizing key donor priorities and interests.
• Created and maintained a uniform analysis system that more efficiently tracked cost, data points, and larger Navy financial, logistic, and strategic concerns.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Afghanistan District - Regional Command, Capital
Team Leader, New Kabul Compound, May 2015 - May 2016
• Supervised and trained 20+ employees in adverse overseas environments, ensuring their well-being, safety, and esprit de corps; maintained team cohesion by exhibiting leadership and a "lead from the front" attitude.
• Developed and improved maintenance and civil-military content delivery for increased team efficiency.
• Interacted, negotiated with and made recommendations to general officers and SES civilian staff concerning the Army Corps of Engineers’ mission, budget, transitioning posture, and mission execution.
• Coordinated the transition of nearly 150 civilian personnel throughout Afghanistan, including highly volatile and dangerous regions. Awarded Army Commendation Medal and Superior Service Coin for meritorious actions in a combat zone.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Afghanistan District - Regional Command, West
Non-Commissioned Officer In-Charge, Herat Project Office, April 2014 - December 2014
• Facilitated diplomatic missions between the Army Corps of Engineers and Afghan National Army counterparts, including the construction of nearly $35 million in air defense systems using SAP & Oracle logistical systems.
• Combined technical and management skills while mentoring group members as they resolved complex technical issues and provided expert civil-military advice to management for executive-level decisions.
• Coordinated all facets of the engineering and civil-military development cycle, including team progression, teaching, training, quality assurance & quality control, and recruiting. Provided budget analysis and synthesis.
• Analyzed mission information from data collection systems, including Top Secret servers, whilst developing and improving team movement plans, technical documents, editorials, pamphlets, and tactical manuals. EDUCATION
Master of Business Administration - 2019
• Currently enrolled; expected to graduate in late 2019 or early 2020
• Knowledge of human interaction and behavior, psychology, analytical research, statistics, and data input Grand Canyon University
Bachelor of Arts, History - May 2015
• GPA: 3.85/4.0
• Graduated Magna Cum Laude
• Extensive knowledge of American history & policy, foreign affairs, and research methods John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center & School
Fort Bragg, NC
Civil Affairs & Psychological Operations - July 2011
• Graduated Commander's List, and top 10% of graduating class
• Awarded Army Achievement Medal for exemplary service during time at JFKSWCS. ADDITIONAL SKILLS
• Active SECRET Security Clearance; Valid until 2020
• Trilingual in Czech, Slovak, and English; Currently polishing Russian and German
• Comprehensive knowledge of all Microsoft and Adobe programs, including Excel and Acrobat, respectively
• Extensive knowledge of Six Sigma Lean and Green Belt production and management tactics
• Certified CPR and First Aid, as well as U.S. Army TC3 (Tactical Combat Casualty Care)
• Strong and elegant writing style; highly adaptable to any system of writing
• Senior-year internship for Congressman Matt Salmon (District 5; Gilbert, AZ)