from West Point in 2013 with a Bachelor's of Science double major in International Relations
and the Arabic language. Earned a Systems Engineering minor. Served five years as an officer in
the United States Army, working the final two years concurrently owning and
managing a produce delivery business in Seattle. Tackled increasingly complex and demanding assignments
for the Army with little prior preparation for each new position. Learned to
accomplish tasks quickly and efficiently, building teams to achieve performance objectives despite
physically stressful circumstances.
Commanded more than 100 Army Soldiers in three job assignments
Graduated in the top third of his class at West Point with a double major
Supervised all logistics operations for the deployment of 500 Army vehicles
Chief Maintenance Officer, responsible for 32 mechanics, 280 vehicles and $3,000,000 repair budget
Planned, resourced and implemented a new product line for Pacific Coast Harvest, LLC.
“Hero of the Battle,”
Served as the lead Platoon Leader in a forward Reconnaissance unit. Awarded
the “Hero of the Battle” commendation for actions taken during the
month training deployment. Successfully evacuated his second-in-command
to the hospital after sustaining a critical injury, took command of his
when his direct supervisor was relieved, maneuvered his own and two
sister units for the remainder of the deployment, accomplishing all of their missions to standard.
Awarded the Army Commendation Medal for the above actions.
Indian Army Live-Fire
Demonstration, March 2016
from more than 100 qualified Lieutenants to plan and lead a
helicopter, artillery and vehicle-mounted scout attack as a display of
power for the visiting Commanding General of the Indian Army. Commanded the
Live-Fire Demonstration from beginning to end. Briefed the Indian General on
United States Army capabilities and weapon systems following the exercise.
Battalion Maintenance Officer February 2017 to CurrentUnited States Army － Fort Lewis, WASelected for the critically important Maintenance Officer position, the most challenging Officer job in the Battalion. Daily responsibilities include managing 32 Army mechanics, 200 Army support vehicles, an annual repair budget of $3,000,000, and ensuring the good repair and combat readiness of 80 Stryker vehicles. Organized daily field repair operations through four training deployments and hundreds of emergency repair operations to ensure the Battalion's success.
Business Owner September 2016 to CurrentPacific Coast Harvest － Seattle, WAOwner of the organic fruit and vegetable
delivery company Pacific Coast
Harvest, LLC, conducting business and delivery operations in the greater Seattle area.
Manages five employees, 10,000 annual
deliveries, and the company website. Company generates a total revenue of $300,000. Planned, resourced,
and implemented a new product line after purchasing an owner's stake in the
Platoon Leader January 2015 to January 2017United States Army － Fort Lewis, WAResponsible for the
training, mission planning, and mission execution of
over 50 Army Reconnaissance Soldiers, 6 armored Reconnaissance vehicles, and 4 Mobile
Gun System vehicles worth $100 million through five training deployments and dozens
of home station operations. Developed and streamlined efficient operating systems, building the unit into the number one performing Platoon in a
Battalion containing 15 other platoons. Trained subordinates to succeed in
Battalion Commander's Aide May 2014 to December 2014United States Army － Fort Lewis, WASelected
from more than 20 qualified Lieutenants to serve as the Battalion
Aide, responsible for over 700 Soldiers. Managed the Battalion
appointments and meetings, planned all work events and military
and attained proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Powerpoint and
United States Army Reconnaissance Course March 2014 to April 2014United States Army － Fort Benning, GAStress-focused
long range reconnaissance course for Army scout leaders with a %45 attrition
rate. Finished in the top third of successful graduates.
Officer Training May 2013 to December 2013United States Army － Fort Benning, GAA
thorough mental and physical preparatory course for Army Officers, moving
basic skills training to complex planning and decision making processes.
Army Airborne School June 2009 to July 2009United States Army － Fort Benning, GAThe three week premier Army school for Airborne
Soldiers, moving rapidly from
skills training to five low-level aircraft insertion jumps in combat equipment.
Bachelor of Science : International Relations/Arabic, 2013United States Military Academy － West Point, NY, United StatesDouble Major in International Relations and the Arabic Language, with a cumulative GPA of 3.27. Bachelor of Science includes a Minor in Systems Engineering. Additional activities: Cadet First Sergeant responsible for more than 120 West Point cadets, NCAA Division I Athlete (Strength Training and Development), the West Point Black and Gold Leadership Forum, and Protestant Sunday School Teacher.
Arabic Language, 2012Amid East － Amman, JordanA five month, fully immersive foreign language training program centered in the Jordan/Palestine region of the Middle East. Cumulative GPA of 3.5, with classes focusing on Arab studies and international relations/conflict management taught in the Arabic language.
International Relations, 2011IIPES － Crete, GreeceA one month conflict management seminar hosting college and masters level students from 30 different countries in the Middle East and Mediterranean regions. Cumulative GPA of 4.0.