Military professional skilled at leading a team, focused on efficiently maximizing performance and consistently completing logistics projects in a fast-paced, time-sensitive environment. Experienced in training hundreds of peers and subordinates on logistics operations and the Army SAP program, as well as guiding and supporting senior ranking officials in logistics decision making.
Led a cross-functional logistics team in procurement of essential equipment, supplies and transportation in support of over 550 personnel. Managed more than $500 million in new equipment fielding and force outfitting for soldiers. As financial officer, spearheaded all government purchasing and budget management for a Battalion of 600 personnel. Continuously coordinated with peers, superiors, and multiple civilian vendors to plan and coordinate life support logistics for over 3,000 personnel in support of numerous military exercises.
Budgeted and allocated monthly funds for sustainment services and supplies. Responsible for the oversight and control of the Battalion Property Book valued at over $500 million. Primary manager of the Battalion's annual budget, as well as coordinated military training contracts with multiple vendors. Advised the Battalion Commander, Executive Officer, and Company Commanders on budget, supply, logistics, and maintenance related issues.
Managed the coordination, supervision, and direction of all logistics and maintenance operations. Responsible for company's readiness to deploy and sustain. Supervised and mentored the three Platoon Leader officers. Served as second-in-command of 235 Soldiers, and commanded in the company commander's absence.
Coordinated the fielding of all new equipment and managed over 100 personnel. Provided medical, logistics and food service support for over 550 personnel during two separate Network Integrated Evaluations, testing new equipment for the United States Army.
Minor in Military Science. Commissioned Officer from Oregon State Army ROTC program class of 2010.
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