RHONDA L. POUND
Major, United States Air Force (Retired)
Phone: 703-***-**** E-mail: email@example.com
Desire to use extensive direct experience with cross cultural/institutional program planning implementation and evaluation, risk analysis, mitigation and recovery and disaster response in a wide range of administrative and operational settings. Seeking a dynamic, environment that emphasizes creative, multidisciplinary goal-oriented thinking.
National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), Washington D.C.
August 1999-October 2004
CHIEF-CROSS PROGRAM INTEGRATION DIVISION
Managed and evaluated the effectiveness of a multi-disciplinary team of contractors and government personnel throughout the United States. Developed and implemented multi-agency measurable, goal-oriented user guides, classified through non-classified. Wrote and presented reports in a wide variety of formats to mid and upper level civilian and government personnel.
United States Pacific Command (USCINCPAC), Oahu Hawaii
August 1997-December 1999
DEPUTY CHIEF OF PROTOCOL TO COMMANDER IN CHIEF
Using Best Practices Protocol and in adherence with conditionally driven security standards and practices, developed, implemented and evaluated the effectiveness of regional, national and global command multi-disciplinary conferences.
Special Operations Command (SOC), Pacific
November 1994-August 1997
ASSISTANT CHIEF, AIR OPERATIONS CENTER
Provided oversight, using risk assessment, operational best practices and when required crisis management protocols. Provided effective resource allocation while managing complex multi-level budgets. On a weekly basis presented/conducted both visual and oral presentations to command leadership.
Rhonda L. Pound
Nellis/Tonopah Air Force Base(s), U.S. West Coast
January 1988-October 1994
ASSISTANT CHIEF, OPERATIONS/COMMANDER OF AIRFIELD OPERATIONS
Using appropriate tools and personnel, identified and coordinated the application, analysis of the effectiveness and when necessary the re-allocation of manpower and materials, to include time, to insure compliance with command mission goals and objectives. Developed and implemented Emergency Actions Procedures for aircraft and operational events.
Exceptional analytical skills
Strong verbal and written presentation skills
Extensive International coordination experience
Ability to assimilate and utilize complex multi-directional information
Comprehensive background in risk management, disaster preparation, disaster mitigation and recovery
Proposal negotiation, development, implementation and reporting
Team player who can work independently when required or deemed necessary
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Master of Science, Aerospace Management
University of Maine
Bachelor of Arts, Speech Communication