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Manager Training,, Training Development, Project Management

Greencastle, PA
February 26, 2020

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Over 15 years of training, operational and management experience

Extensive experience with MS Office Suite applications including, Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project and SharePoint.

Coordination and Development of multiple US military and National Guard training programs for military and civilian personnel

Extensive experience with the Moodle Learning Management System

Organization of both Distance Learning and Resident Phase course development through research of military doctrine and coordination with Subject Matter Experts

Quantified needs assessment and validation of training curricula to ensure effectiveness for the target audience

Development and evaluation of individual and team exercises throughout Resident Phase Training

Extensive experience in written and oral communication and interpersonal skills

Establishment and management of Corporate programs, policies and procedures

Program Management experience including staff development, team building, leadership and process improvement

Planning, implementation and control of materials and goods necessary for customer support

Conducted project planning experience to ensure reliability, availability, and maintainability as defined by the project

Responsible for administrative support of project team members including travel requirements, approval of purchased items, travel reimbursements, and employee payroll

Experience in project planning, needs assessment, budgeting and priority review

Responsible for creating weekly, monthly and quarterly project reviews

Successful in developing accurate forecasting models, staffing support matrices, and budgetary data

Experience with logistics operations, staffing and cost-control

Effective working independently as well as in a team environment


Alutiiq Professional Training, LLC – 4114 Legato Road

Stephen Gingrich, Program Director Suite 380

Fairfax, VA 22033


March 2012 – November 2018

Program Manager - 40 hours per week

Responsible for the management of all staff members and trainers in support of a Social Services Contract

Accountable for direct client coordination, scheduling of all training sessions, and logistical support of the program

Coordination of corporate billing and invoicing

Extensive leadership and managerial skills to motivate and lead employees

Responsible for staff selection, evaluation and discipline

Responsible for the creation and management of budgets, invoices and accounts receivable in order to track financials

Capability to coordinate multiple projects simultaneously

Responsible for the overall success and profitability of the program

Effective use of Analytic Methodologies and principles in an attempt to increase the Marketing effectiveness of the program, including the following::

oDescriptive Analytics – What is causing a decrease in the requested number of courses from the potential customers?

oDiagnostic Analytics – It was determined that there was a major decrease in available Grants to potential customer in order to fund the Program

oPredictive Analytics – As a result of the lack of Grants, it was determined that the number of requested courses would continue to decline

oPrescriptive Analytics – Due to the lack of requested courses, and the profit loss of the program, it was determined that the course offering should be terminated

Management of the program budget and account for expenditures, travel, and employee salaries

Evaluate the success of the program though observation of program activities, collection of data and creation of reports for senior management

Promotion and business development of the program to inform the potential clients of the services offered.

Responsible for ordering and maintaining inventory and fulfillment of class materials necessary for program classes

Responsible for managing staff/team meetings

Effective in strategic planning and new program development

Alutiiq International Solutions, LLC 1985 Isaac Newton Square

Stephen Gingrich, Program Director Reston, VA 20190


September 2011 – March 2012

Management Analyst – 40 hours per week

Re-Development of the NGB Family Support Training programs and curriculum design project

Provided technical training oversight for various Alutiiq produced and managed training programs

Certified by the International Association for Continuing Educations and Training (IACET)

Extensive experience in instructive and distance learning training methods and programs

Analyze and suggest approaches to improve organization, function and revenue

Review and analysis of employment, annual profit and expenses for the Lead & Seed Social Service program

September 2006 – March 2012

Technical Writer – 40 hours per week

Responsible for the development of an Army National Guard Physical Security Inspector’s course in support of the Anti-terrorism, Force Protection division

Participated in development plans and proposal strategies

Conducted analysis of supply capabilities and requirements per the contract

Design and development of a advanced technological Distance Learning program as a pre-cursor to the Resident Phase course

Development of training materials through research of military doctrine and interviews with subject matter experts (SME)

Development of an advanced tracking system to ensure student statistics were captured and maintained per the project objectives

Managed team of instructors and supported their material and equipment supply for 12 iterations of the course per annum

Responsible for collection, packaging and shipment of supporting equipment and documentation required for the course of instruction

February 2006 – September 2006

Contract Training Developer – 40 hours per week

Responsible for the development of Civil Support Team (CST) Training Materials contracted through the National Guard Bureau and the United States Army Chemical School

Coordinate with the United States Army Directorate of Training & Training Development, the United States Army Chemical School and the National Guard Bureau to develop state-of-the-art training program for military and civilian First Responder Teams and CSTs

Development of Programs of Instruction (POI) based on the requirements outlined in the Army Systems Approach to Training (ASAT)

Perform training needs assessment through participation in CST Training Courses and attending Integrated Capabilities Development Team (ICDT) meetings

Validation of training courses, performed needs assessment, conducted project planning, budgeting and priority review

Responsible for creating weekly, monthly and quarterly project reviews

Incorporated new and enhanced equipment for identification of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE)

Produced training material for Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS), Government off-the-shelf (GOTS), and approved military equipment, essential to the establishment of increasingly innovative CST Training Programs

L-3 Communications 126 Pine Street

Dr. Howard O’Brien, VP of Operations Fort Leonard Wood

St. Robert, MO 65473


October 2004 – August 2005

Contract Doctrine Writer – 40 hours per week

Responsible for developing two Military Police and Guard academy courses of instruction

Responsible for project planning, ensuring deadlines and adhering to budget constraints

Developed a two week training curriculum for Law Enforcement Senior Leaders within the Military Police assigned to or projected to fill positions as Installation Provost Marshal (PM) or Deputy PM

Conduct extensive research of U.S. Army doctrine and Law Enforcement documentation to establish appropriate coursework

Administer interviews with Subject Matter Experts to establish the course outline

Primarily responsible for creating training documentation, with supporting learning objectives, conditions and standards in accordance with United States Army Regulations

Responsible for resource, reference and equipment requirements in support of the curriculum


University of Phoenix 2003

Master of Business Administration

Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania 1997

Bachelor of Science – Geo-Environmental Studies


Currently hold a Secret Security Clearance

Completed “Simple Six Sigma” Workshop through SR. Teleperformance Institute - 2000

Active member of National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) - 1999 – Present

Member of American Legion Auxiliary

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