Summary: A highly organized, accomplished, decorated, and results-oriented retired U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 with over 23 years of service, of which 19 years of progressively higher leadership and management experience. Proven success in Human Intelligence and Investigations, Information, Physical, and Operational Security, Staff Management, Operations Management, Human Resources, and as a Production Supervisor and High School Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Instructor.
Education: BS, Excelsior College, Liberal Arts, 2016, AAS, Cochise College, Intelligence Operations, 2008,
AA, Central Texas College, General Studies, 2008
Birdville ISD, Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Instructor, North Richland Hills, TX (January 2017-Present)
Achieved 96% out of possible 100 on Program for Accredidation
Solid experience in teaching, coaching, and mentoring.
Extremely familiar with Classroom Management System
Immense ability to collaborate with Superiors and maintain standards
Amazing ability to work with diverse groups and apply solution to critical issues
Wal-Mart, Sales Associate (Sporting Goods), Store 371, Granbury, TX (June 22, 2016 – January 15, 2017)
Selected to attend Assistant Manager Training to fill empty position.
Direct customer service and support.
Experience with bin operations, stocking, zoning, and inventory operations.
A proven leader, friendly, and take-charge type of person.
OldCastle, Productions Supervisor, Hurst, TX (Dec 2015-May 2016)
Responsible for managing production requirements for the largest concrete bagging facility in the United States.
Prepared daily production reports of all company products produced.
Managed 16 company personnel, to include loading operations and maintenance.
Coordinated with upper management on customer orders and order of precedence of products to run.
Forklift and bobcat (skid steer) certified, moving and stacking product.
Quality Assurance testing on all finished products to ensure they meet with company standards.
Responsible for interviewing prospective new hires and disciplinary action.
Responsible for the safe operations of equipment and safety of employees on shift.
US Army, Human Intelligence Collection Technician, Fort Hood, TX (2009-2013, 2014-2015)
Knowledge of financing, money management, and funding of terror organizations.
Investigative and interrogation/source interview experience.
Advising upper echelon military personnel on assets, placement of assets, information received during investigations and interviews, and recommended courses of action.
Research experience with open source database (internet) and military specific databases to obtain information.
Accounted for more than $2 Million of installation equipment.
Reported the status and completion procedures for ongoing projects accurately and promptly to geographically displaced team members.
Directed intelligence and operational training procedures in accordance with proper military regulations.
Activated, mentored, and instructed intelligence collection teams with proper material, equipment, and manning.
Managed contingency funds for all teams in excess of over 2 million dollars.
Analytical experience from reviewing (QA/QC) intelligence reports to corroborate information.
US Army, Chief of Badging Operations, COS Marez, Mosul, Iraq (Deployment 2010-2011)
Conducted interviews with civilian contractors and approved or disapproved badges and/or access to the installation based off of screenings.
Reported directly to the Installation Commander on threat issues and denials.
Meticulously kept records on personnel having access and personnel denied access to installation.
Accounted for more than $3 Million in installation equipment.
Mentored and supervised eight civilian contractors and nine military personnel within the Badging Screening cell.
US Army, S2/Security Manager, Fort Hood, TX (2013-2014)
Focused on personnel clearances, physical, operational, and information security.
Conducted security audits monthly to identify problems related to physical security, staff safety, and asset protection.
Inspected security design features, installations and programs to verify compliance with applicable regulations.
Drafted security procedures and training material for a company of at least 400 personnel.
Monitored and evaluated unit performance on key security issues, recommending corrective action programs where appropriate.
US Army, FORMICA Team Leader, Field Office Southwest Asia, Camp Arifjan, Kuwait (2008)
Drafted countless IIR’s (Intelligence Information Reports) with security implications throughout the entire theater.
Served as the Detachment First Sergeant and planned all 4th Quarter Training.
Provided mentorship and guidance for eight members of FOSWA (Field Office Southwest Asia).
Verified the veracity of reports from the FORMICA, Source Operations, and Liaison teams.
Provided Source Directed Requirements to the teams for follow up meetings.
US Army, Human Intelligence Collector, Fort Gordon, GA (2007-2009)
Sorted and routed incoming correspondence and messages.
Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
Wrote office job descriptions and directives.
Served as custodian of classified documents.
Expert in tactical and technical guidance.
Communicated urgent orders and directions effectively to a team of 25 personnel.
Conducted interrogations of detained personnel.
Conducted source interviews to obtain intelligence information.
US Army, Human Resources Specialist/NCO, Multiple Locations, (1993-2007)
Developed personnel policies, standard operating procedures, employee handbooks, and conducted new-hire briefings
Developed and enforced company policy and procedures relating to all phases of human resources activity.
Managed all leave requests, evaluations, casualty reporting, manning documents, pay and allowances, and awards.
Monitored employee pay scales and addressed and resolved general payroll-related inquiries.
Audited workplace, employee and management policies and procedures.
Led comprehensive safety training, HR training, and preparation for deployment.
Coordinated technical, tactical training, and personal development classes.
Explained employee compensation, benefits, schedules, working conditions and promotion opportunities.
Implemented a tracking database for employee professional development.
Reviewed HR paperwork for accuracy and completeness by verifying, collecting, and correcting additional data.
Managed the deployment and redeployment of over 700 personnel.
Military Education and Training
CI Support to HUMINT, Fort Hood, TX (2010)
US Army Intelligence School: Warrant Officer Basic (351M), Fort Huachuca, AZ (2009)
US Army Warrant Officer Candidate School, Fort Rucker, AL (2009)
US Army Intelligence School, Defense Strategic Debriefer Course, Fort Huachuca, AZ (2008)
Reid Technique, Fort Gordon, GA (2007)
US Army Intelligence School, HUMINT (Interrogation) Collector Course (35M), Fort Huachuca, AZ (2007)
US Army NCO Academy, Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Course, Fort Jackson, SC (2005)
Combat Lifesaver Course, Camp Casey, South Korea (1996)
US Army NCO Academy, Primary Leadership Development Course, Fort Bliss, TX (1995)
US Army Human Resources School, Personnel Records Specialist, Fort Jackson, SC (1993)