To offer a wide breath of both military and civilian work experience. I've devoted my life to helping others, and developed the strategies to gain honor, dignity and respect. I encourage students to learn about the world around them and work hard to improve it as a part of their education to reap many benefits.
Supervise, train, mentor, and motivate
Interpersonal Communication and Principal of Instructions
Personnel Supervision, Records and Information Management, and Human Relations
Organizational Management and office Procedures
Military Science and Vocational Counseling
Mentor/Instructor for Trouble Teens (YCP) Youth Challenge Program
Station Commander New Orleans Recruiting Battalion
1. High School Degree (Benton, La.) 1977
2. Basic Combat Training CRS 1978
3. Textile and Fabric Repair CRS 1978
4. Primary Leadership development CRS 1982
5. Basic Noncommission officers CRS 1983
6. Drill Sergeant School 1992
7. Drill Sergeant of the cycle 1993
8. Certified Driver Instructor (J.B. Hunt) 1994
9. Advanced Noncommission officers CRS 1995
10. Army Recruiting School 1997
11. Recruiter of the Year 1998
12. Recruiter of the Year 2000
13. Outstanding Volunteer/Mentor (YCP) 2003
14. Associate Degree 2009
15. Golden Apple Teacher Award 2016
16. Teacher of the Year nominee 2016
February 1978 to April 1978
U.S. ArmyFT Jackson, SCBasic Combat TrainingComplete
April 1978 to June 1978
U.S. ArmyFT Lee, VAStudent
Power Sewing Machine Operations
Field Experience In Sewing Operations
February 1983 to June 1992
U.S.ArmyFt Mcclellan, ALNuclear, Biological, and Chemical SpecialistSupervises or operates and maintains (NBC) detection and decontamination equipment; assists in the establishment, administration, and application of NBC defence measures.
October 1992 to December 1995
U.S.ArmyFt Benning, GADrill Sergeant
Supervise, train, motivate, and evaluate basic trainees. Drill Sergeant of the Cycle.
July 1997 to May 2001
U.S. ArmyFt Jackson, SCRecruiter
Set goals, establish procedures for prospecting using current marketing analysis, develop sales presentations, use competitive strategies, use proper interviewing skills, and make promotional presentations.
Recruiter of the year in 1999, and 2000.
June 2001 to February 2003
U.S. armyShreveport, LACareer CounselorDevelop a time management work plan; identify the qualifications, duties, roles, and responsibilities of the retention NCO; determine eligibility for immediate reenlistment; utilize automated systems; evaluate retention data; explain incentive program; conduct a retention and re-enlistment interviews; counsel on separations and transfers; conduct career planning; explain the warrant officer program; and conduct a transition interview.
February 2003 to July 2003
Youth Challenge programPineville, LADrill SergeantTo supervise, train, motivate, and evaluate high school students. Conduct performance counseling; physical fitness; and principles of teaching.