As a logistics officer in the United States Army, I have a broad range of leadership experience in planning, coordinating, developing policy, logistical requirements, capabilities, and constraints through analysis. I've served on several planning projects through deployments and major training exercises. I understand the dynamics associated with equipment maintenance operations during peacetime and deployment. I have experience in administrative functions and the skills to communicate effectively.
Reconciliation budget management
Logistics support operations
Supply chain operations
Training support operations
Spearheaded more than $2.1million in new equipment fielding for units across an eight state region.
Recovered over $20 million in base life support equipment and supplies for Soldiers during the Iraq draw down, while reducing excess on-hand equipment by more than 85%.
Awarded the Bronze Star Medal in 2011.
Army ReservesDecember 2011 to January 2013Battalion S3 (Training and Operations Officer) Indianapolis, WI
Supervise eleven full time unit staff.
Coordinate the daily functions of facility management, training, update Defense Training Management System (DTMS), and current operations.
Interpret policy; implement guidance, review unit readiness reports, and plan future operations
Conduct annual inspections on subordinate units and assess their readiness through Unit Status Reporting and recommend corrective action plans.
Prepare briefings, Yearly Training Briefs (YTB), and facilitate collective training through Unit Training System (UTS).
Responsible for supporting Mission Command to six subordinate units with the following logistical capabilities; Ammunition Supply, Field Maintenance, Water Purification, and Financial Management.
Complete training guidance for the Battalion Commander and develop training plans for the future.
Army ReservesOctober 2010 to November 2011Deputy G4/7/9 (Logistics/Facility/Civil Affairs Operations) Indianapolis, Iraq
Supported two sustainment brigades and a transportation battalion, providing mission command to more than 5,000 Soldiers and Airmen throughout Iraq.
Responsible for developing tactical SOP, logistical reports, briefings, and provided valuable direction and guidance to the Supervisor of Logistics.
Supervised four sections within the G4/7/9: Logistical Plans and Operations, Asset Visibility, Maintenance, Food Service, Facility Engineering, and Civil Military Affairs.
Worked with contractors for food service support, equipment accountability, and distribution throughout Iraq.
Facilitated the Foreign Exchange of Personal Property (FEPP) transfer to Iraq and Financial Liability Investigation Property Loss (FLIPL) process for base closure.
Facilitated Operational Needs Statements (ONS) and reviewed equipment authorizations through Force Management Systems.
Managed the distribution and turn in of Theater Provided Equipment (TPE) through the Redistribution Property Assistance Teams and the 402nd Army Field Support Brigade (AFSB).
Served as the 310th ESC Government Purchase Card (GPC) Billing Official and supported equipment and service contracts.
Approved Purchase Requests and Commitments (PR&C) in support of contingency operations.
Responsible for collecting, moving, and redistributing 650 sea-land containers filled with more than $20 million worth of base life support and engineer equipment during the draw down of forces from Iraq.
Active Duty ArmyJune 2010 to November 2010Student (Captains Career Course) Fort Lee, VA
Attended phases 2A, 2B, 3, and 4 of the Logistics Captains Career Course that tested and prepared me to plan and coordinate logistical operations through the Military Decision Making Process (MDMP).
Effectively communicated orally and in writing with staff, vendors and management.
Established working relationships with peers, government agencies, public officials, Active and National Guard military components.
Army ReservesApril 2007 to May 2010G4 Maintenance Officer Indianapolis, IN
Provided supplies, services, and sustainment through multi-echelon logistic operations.
Responsible for fielding 100 percent of all required and authorized Standard Army Maintenance System Enhanced (SAMS-E) systems within the 310th ESC.
Review and approve Class IX parts requisitions through the Management Review File (MRF).
Worked with United States Army Reserve Command (USARC) LMR service contractors to support SAMS-E maintenance training in order to maximize operations.
Served as the 310th ESC GPC Program Coordinator and managed a monthly budget of more than 250K dollars.
Reviewed service contracts that supported the Expeditionary Sustainment Command Mission Command.
Worked with internal review (11-2-R) each year on the GPC program and developed Memorandums of Agreement/ Understanding (MOA/MOU) in support of logistical operations.
Developed maintenance programs, policy, and operations for the 310th ESC G4 and all supported units.
Facilitated and prepared maintenance readiness reports through Army Material Status System (AMSS) reporting. Worked with automated systems to include; PBUSE, LOGDAT, FMS Web, and LIW tools to facilitate maintenance and supply operations.
Columbia Southern University 2014MBA: Business Administration FinanceOrange Beach , AL, United StatesCurrently completed 22 of 37 semesters hours
Arkansas Tech University 2002Bachelor of Science: Emergency Administration Management Russellville, AR, United StatesDeans List for three semesters in a row Served 27 months with the Army Reserve Civil Affairs Team
Arkansas Tech University 2001Bachelor of Arts: History Political ScienceRussellville, AR, United States