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Assistant Manager

Morganton, North Carolina, United States
August 16, 2019

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**-**** ****** ***** *******, analytical and grant management skills to build partnerships among corporate, public and nonprofit organizations that achieved sustainability goals. Managed complex, value-laden projects across a client base ranging from the Department of Defense to private landowners.

Project Management Grant, legal and Technical Writing Conservation Planning

Research and Analysis Partnership Development Regulatory Compliance


Full Time Care Provider, Aging Parent 2016 - 2018

U.S. Census Bureau, Field Representative 2016

Travelling Spoon and Mobile Table, Personal Chef 2015 - 2016

Earth Fare, Pastry Baker and Cashier 2014 – 2015

Volunteer, Hall Fletcher Elementary School, Asheville Design Center and Mountain True 2011 - Present


Marstel-Day LLC, Fredericksburg, VA Senior Analyst 2006 - 2010

Department of Defense consultant § Analytical Services § Contract driven projects as assigned

Under four Department of Defense contracts, researched and drafted:

§ National Environmental Policy Act Environmental Impact Statements and Environmental Assessments for six Army installations closing through the Base Realignment and Closure process;

§ Encroachment Control Plans and Partnership Agreements for five Marine Corps installations;

§ A comprehensive Water Demand Forecast study for Fort Bragg, NC

National Fish & Wildlife Foundation, Atlanta, GA Assistant Director, Southern Region 2004 - 2006

Non-Profit Grant Making Organization § Managed Federal and Private Funds

Managed $6-million a year Shell Oil Company Marine Habitat Program, building successful relationships among corporate executives and environmental organizations and drafted reports to multiple funders

Marstel-Day LLC, Fredericksburg, VA Analyst 2001-2004

Department of Defense consultant § Analytical Services § Contract driven projects as assigned

Facilitated the disposal of contaminated Army real estate:

§ Transferred 74,000 acres of surplus property to park or wildlife refuge managers by building partnerships among installation closure officials and conservation organizations

§ Devised a new transfer authority for divesting the Federal government of property

§ Reconciled conflicting liability remediation and endangered species management obligations

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, GA Environmental Protection Specialist 1998 - 2001

Special Assistant to the Regional Administrator, Grant Manager, Land Trust Capacity Builder

§ Analyzed and implemented new use of $5 million Section 319 fund for water quality conservation


M.E.S., Natural Resource Policy, 1987, Yale University, New Haven, CT

B.A., Anthropology, Dean’s List, 1983, Lawrence University, Appleton, WI

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