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San Antonio, Texas, 78239, United States
Posted:
November 15, 2018

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Wilbert J. Sanon

Windcrest, TX *****

ac7pfs@r.postjobfree.com • 520-***-****

LinkedIn URL: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wilbert-j-sanon-78316a30/

QUALIFICATIONS SUMMARY

Accomplished professional with solid education and 26+ years experience in business systems, information management, and telecommunications, to include data and statistical analysis and process improvement tracking. A 26 year military veteran with demonstrated success in Leadership; Personnel Management; Strategic Planning; Organizational Development; Cross Functional Integration & Management; Security Operations; Team Building, Coaching and Mentoring; Training; Operation Solutions; Project Management; Operations Management; Ethic Based Decision Making; Quality Assurance; Risk Management; Information Technology Management; Business Intelligence; Digital Forensics; Information Security/Assurance and continuous process improvements. Currently holds a DoD Top Secret SCI Clearance. Fluent in English, Haitian Creole, French, and Spanish.

Highlights: Strong interpersonal talents with passion for cultivating lasting investment from diverse communities in organizational programs. Flexible and adaptable with excellent communication abilities to foster change, encourage innovation and implement strategies throughout all levels of the organization. Proven ability to collaborate with colleagues to achieve goals.

Information Management: Well-developed ability to utilize business technologies to provide strategic analysis and evaluation of records, while overseeing operations for information and records management programs. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, Banner, calendar systems, and multiple databases.

Project Oversight: Highly organized with combination of technical, operational, organizational development, and business expertise to guide project planning and implementation. Success meeting and exceeding organizational goals within team driven and self-guided roles and merging and unifying diverse management groups.

Key Strengths: Finely tuned analytical skills with a dedication to continually streamlining and improving work processes. Proven ability to formulate and implement operational excellence, provide project management and execution, establish direction, and motivate team members. Effectively interface with management to collaborate on issues and resolve problems. Results focused; able to achieve maximum impact with minimal cost.

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Master of Science in Information Technology Management, Magna cum Laude Coursework in Digital Forensics, Business Intelligence, Information Security/Assurance. Trident University International, Cypress, California,

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management, Cum Laude Trident University International, Cypress, California,

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

USARNORTH

Freedom of Information Act Manager (01/2017 – 10/2018)

Direct the day to day operations of the Records Management Program including analysis, evaluation, and reporting of the information mission of records management programs FOIA (Freedom of Information Act), Privacy Act, and PII (Protection of Identifiable Information) programs.

Selected Contributions:

Provided training and development in records management and analysis for 200 individuals including managers and key officials as well as advice and guidance to Army North Organizations regarding policies and procedures for the FOIA and PA programs.

Executed the review and analysis of thirty Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act requests and the records response to such requests and consults with SJA (Staff Judge Advocate) regarding concerns they may have about the release of those records.

Collaborated daily with local and HQ Army public affairs office, the legal office, and other relevant offices to resolve conflicts and differences of opinion on the release of information resulting in zero negative action against the battalion.

USARNORTH

Plans and Policy Officer (09/2015 – 01/2017)

Directed the daily Information Technology responsibilities for the planning, acquisition and development of life-cycle management and analysis activities in the Command Control Coordination Communications (C4) Programs Division of the G6. Executes assigned management activities pertaining to program contracts, Provided vetted Command Control Coordination Communications (C4) requirement inputs to the Program Objective Memorandum (POM) and Integrated Priority List (IPL).

Selected Contributions:

Identified and documented information systems requirements and developed economic and cost estimates for the same. Developed, coordinated and executed short and long range plans, as well as the management of resources required in accordance with those plans.

Integrated planning and policies to support automation, communications and provided technical guidance to command future operations in support of major exercises and contingencies (Homeland Defense, Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA), Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Defense (CBRN) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)).

Performed duties as technical lead in working groups comprised of functional specialists, support contractors and matrix support personnel to develop plans for the Headquarters’ functional areas.

USARNORTH

Intelligence and Sustainment Company Commander (05/2014 – 09/2015)

Commander of the Intelligence & Sustainment Company which conducted support to Homeland Defense (HD) missions, Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA) operations, and Theater Security Cooperation (TSC) for Canada and Mexico.

Selected Contributions:

Developed, planned, implemented, and synchronized dozens of significant military training projects for a 591 soldiers battalion in preparation for overseas combat operations.

Supported the Battalion in all mission essential tasks and requirements. Maintained accountability and readiness for equipment valued in excess of $92M including 35 weapons, 33 vehicles to include two Continent of the United States Joint Mobile Integrated Communications Systems (CJMICS), 10 Emergency Response Vehicles (ERV), trailers, and critical communication devices.

Directed the training, development, discipline, and safety procedures of 270 Soldiers, Department of Defense Civilians and Contractors and their families.

470TH MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BRIGADE

201st Military Intelligence Battalion Signal Officer/IT Project Manager (05/2012 – 05/2014) Placed as Officer in Charge (J-6) assigned to one of the U.S. Army’s two active duty Interrogation Battalions capable of world-wide deployment in support of Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center operations for the Theater Intelligence Group (TIG), consisting of 320 Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Civilians, and served as the TIG Commander’s principal advisor for all voice and data communications related matters. Additional responsibilities included the Information Management Officer, Information Assurance/Security Officer, and Network Administrator for the Theater Intelligence Group.

Selected Contributions:

Spearheaded the setup, automation, maintenance, distribution and troubleshooting of information systems and devices valued in excess of $2.5M that was assigned to the TIG.

Personally responsible for the readiness, training, discipline, health, welfare, and safety of six Non-commissioned Officers, two Soldiers and six Airmen.

11th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade

Brigade Executive Officer/Operations Manager (04/2011 – 05/2012)

Controlled and commanded the operations of four expeditionary signal battalions consisting of approximately 2300 soldiers and $380M worth of equipment. Developed and maintained an annual budget of over $14M.

Selected Contributions:

Responsible for oversight and management of the brigade staff and the synchronization of personnel, intelligence maintenance, logistics and food service needs.

Supervised and managed the brigade’s budget of over $14 million. Addressed community and quality of life program that affected Soldiers and families.

11th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade

86th Expeditionary Signal Battalion/IT Project Manager (01/2010 – 04/2011)

Battalion Project Manager for the largest and most deployed Expeditionary Signal Battalion in the Army, composed of four organic companies, one rear detachment, one attached and three Operation Control Company consisting of over 1,000 Soldiers and DA Civilians.

Selected Contributions:

Managed the planning, coordination and implementation of network infrastructure projects to extend national and international services beyond the capabilities of tactical communications.

Supervised the Quality Assurance and Quality Control of seven Area Distribution Nodes, the building implementations of temporary Area Distribution Nodes, oversight of $3 million in inventory of network infrastructure equipment, distribution of critical COMSEC and communications equipment.

Was the Contracting Officer Representative for Projects service contracts and 30 civilian hires.

11th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade

Brigade Operations Manager (05/2009 – 01/2010)

Oversaw the operations of four expeditionary signal battalions consisting of approximately 2300 soldiers and $380M worth of equipment. Developed and maintained an annual budget of over $14M.

11th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade

40th Expeditionary Signal Battalion/Platoon Leader (07/2007 – 05/2009)

Platoon Leader for a forward deployed cable platoon in a tactical signal company which provided operational base communications for warfighters in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom (OIF).

Selected Contributions:

Responsible for the leadership, training, combat readiness, discipline, morale and welfare of 26 Soldiers.

Operated and maintained over 12 miles long network fiber ring at Contingency Operating Base Speicher, six Area Distribution Nodes, one Information Transfer Node and 132 end-user buildings.

Supervised maintenance and was accountable for eleven tactical wheeled vehicles, five trenchers, two loader backhoes, three trailers and two splice trailers valued in excess of $15 million.

Additional Professional Experience Includes: Web Administrator, United States Southern Command (2005-2007) Administrative Noncommissioned Officer, United States Southern Command (2004-2005),

Drill Instructor/Trainer, 369th Adjutant General Battalion (2001-2004); Administration and Information Security Noncommissioned Officer in Charge, Eighth United States Army (2000-2001); Operations Noncommissioned Officer in Charge, Tampa Military Entrance Processing Station (1997-2000); Administration Service Branch/Publications Noncommissioned Officer Regimental Headquarters and Headquarters Troop, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment (1995-1997); Computer Operator/Training Noncommissioned Officer/School Noncommissioned Officer (1993-1995);

Mailroom Officer, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Brigade (1992-1993).

PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES

Name Work Phone Number Email Address

Villela, Evangelina United States Army North 210-***-**** ac7pfs@r.postjobfree.com

Anderson, Judy United States Army North 210-***-**** ac7pfs@r.postjobfree.com

Morales, Alejandro United States Army North 210-***-**** ac7pfs@r.postjobfree.com

PERSONAL REFERENCES

Name Phone Number Email Address

Hagins, Sonja 210-***-**** ac7pfs@r.postjobfree.com

Cosmey, Jeanne 919-***-**** ac7pfs@r.postjobfree.com

Battle, Josee 210-***-**** ac7pfs@r.postjobfree.com



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