Krisna Montalvo **** N. Pleasant Dr.
Prosser WA, 99350
Worked with children ranging from k-12 grade in different programs.
Bilingual in Spanish and English, proficient in reading, speaking, and writing.
Drug free, Reliable, hard worker, organized, quick learner, and team player.
Works well under pressure to meet deadlines in a multicultural environment.
Formally recognized for efficient time management skills, effective interpersonal communication skills, and successfully working with diverse team members.
Served in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
University of Phoenix, Columbus, GA; Bachelor of Science in Business; graduated May, 2014
General Studies, Columbia Basin College, Pasco, WA 2000-2001
Diploma, Prosser High School, Prosser, WA 2000
Advanced Leaders Course (ALC) 2008
Certified Unit Leader Prevention (UPL, Drug testing) Fort Lewis, WA 2008-2010
U.S. History/ Civics/AVID Teacher at Mabton Junior Senior High 2016 school year -present
Teaching 7th grade Avid and 10th grade World History, following and producing curriculums to produce lesson plans. Substituted for grades 7-12 grades when needed in school district. Selected to be junior class advisor, began as a Para-educator for ELL students, also as par time superintendent’s assistant at district office. My love for working with children continues to grow and I want to continue my career of working with children. I am continuing my education and looking forward to earning my Master’s in Education.
Easy going and approachable, able to build relationships.
Flexible and adjusts easy to change and willing to learn.
Training Facilitator, Threattec Hampton, VA 2012-2014
Began as a Threat Emulate of an Afghan village woman in a sew shop for nine months then promoted to middle level management as Training Facilitator; orchestrating and facilitating live scenarios of hostile environments for Soldiers’ training purposes. Conducting 90% of training and research on site and 10% off site, yearly certified in various trainings to meet standards, such as Range control and ASAT
Selected over existing peers to advance in the company.
Trained four employees under me to advance to Training Facilitators.
Team Supervisor, Army Reserve Opelika, AL 2010-2012
Selected above peers to supervise teams ranging from 6-12 personnel. Counseled team members on finances, personal safety, teambuilding, and professional development. Provided daily instructions on job-related subjects and evaluated performance each month. Consistently met or exceeded organizational goals.
Field-tested and evaluated on safety.
Selected to conduct classes for up to 40 Soldiers on leadership, skills, dependability, physical fitness, and maintenance on military vehicles.
Operations Sergeant, United States Army, Fort Lewis, WA 2007-2010
Administrative and clerical support for an organization of 200 + personnel. Served as a liaison between branch, and legal offices. Dealt with payroll issues and kept monthly power point status of the company for presentations to the higher branches. Was Master Driver and Urine Analysis certified for three consecutive years.
Conducted drug testing on weekly basis for the company and initial training for 4000+personnel.
Licensed and conducted drivers training for 180 + personnel on military vehicles.
Worked hand in hand with civilians in coordinating training and licensing 200 + personnel on busses.
Established and enforced procedures to improve efficiency in office to accommodate 200 + personnel’s issues.
Team Leader, United States Army, Fort Hood, TX 2005-2007
Held increasingly responsible positions with an aviation setting: selected above peers to manage groups of 2-4 personnel. Oversee and participated in vehicle operations. Trained personnel in equipment and operations, equipment valued over several thousands.
Trained in hot and cold refuel operations for apaches and black hawk helicopters.
Transported ammunition, food, water and supplies to troops on several long distance training sites to meet imperative time lines.
Maintained 100% safety records for vehicle operations.
Operated and transported troops in 20 passenger vehicles.
Petroleum Supply Specialist, Deployed to Iraq 2005-2006 Served during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Refueled all types of military vehicles and to include aircrafts, provided security for instillation among other special duties. Was chosen to conduct refuel missions in Taji and Kalsu Iraq over peers. Performed maintenance checks on vehicles and conducted tests on fuel. Enforced HAZMAT rules and regulations; conducted proper cleanup procedures. Proficient with refueling procedures including transportation quality control, and accountability.
Recognized for outstanding work performance and proficiency in the fueling operations. Chosen to appear in the weekly newspaper of Kalsu Iraq.