Jonathan Lewis Correa
OBJECTIVE: Position as a Supervisory Visual Information Specialist
A dedicated, creative and experienced, visual information expert who can combine multimedia content which incudes, video, still images, digital graphics, web products, news and featured stories, blogs and press release in order to communicate to internal and external audiences. Equally capable of working alone or with a team and comfortable exercising initiative and solving problem skills. Qualifications include:
Top Secret Clearance Leadership experience Adobe CC expert
Media Relations Multimedia expert Visual information expert
Leading Petty Office, U.S. Navy, 2016 – Present
Collaborated with naval operation center watch standings to produced daily operation briefs for 5 Navy flag officer.
Created a large format infographic for the Secretary of the Navy’s office to brief congress on the past and future of the U.S. Navy’s ships and command.
Streamlined the OPNAV Graphic’s process resulting in a higher productivity output and saving countless man-hour while still support Naval Flag level and executive branch events around the Nation Capital Region.
Produced professional grade graphics, illustrations, still images and videos to be used in publications and on communication platforms for the U.S. Navy personnel in the National Capital Region.
Visual information expert, U.S. Naval Academy (USNA), 2013-2016
Assumed extra duties as the Emerging Media Specialist during a 3-month gap, expertly maintaining the USNA Facebook page and eTrident online publication.
Support the USNA public affairs mission independently during the 2013 US government shutdown.
Organized coverage of linchpin events, including ESPN’s Veterans day event on the yard, Army-Navy football, The midshipmen’s Ship Selection ceremony and at the Maryland General Assembly’s recognition of the Midshipmen Action Group.
Trained 12 Public Affairs civilians and 33 midshipmen in news content creation, graphic design, and content layout for a large multimedia distribution outlet.
Petty Officer Third Class, USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7), 2011 – 2013
Supported the public affairs team by providing, writing, photography and graphics support.
Seaman, Defense Information School, Fort Meade, MD. 2011 – 2011
Studied Basic Mass Communication Course
Held the position of student leader for the U.S. Navy Detachment providing support in the development of 100+ junior sailors.
U.S. Navy Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, IL. 2010 - 2011
Basic seamanship and professional development.
Assistant store manager, Spot Coffee, Buffalo, NY. 2003 – 2010
Managed the schedule of 100 employees to assist in the mission of the company.
Lowered supply cost by $2,00 a month by combining suppliers and finding alternative products without losing quality.
Managed the daily operations of the coffee shop to include working 15+ hours extra in the front of the house.
EDUCATION AND TRAININNG
Learning Tree Advance Illustrator Course, 16 hours.
Massage therapy training, 600 hours, Falls Church, VA.
Digital Multimedia course, 400 hours, Fort Meade, MD.
Basic Mass Communication Specialist Course, 180 days, For Meade, MD.
Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park, NY. 2005 - 2005
Niagara University, Niagara University, NY. 2004-2005
Emerson Vocational High School, school of culinary arts., Buffalo, NY. 2000 - 2004