Proven leader with 20+ years of progressive and global experience in diverse management and leadership roles. Demonstrated expertise in the areas of leadership, staff development, ISO process improvement, operational planning, project management, strategic planning, lifecycle management and supply chain management and education. Keen ability to assess current and future trends and recommend decisions. Exceptional written and oral communication skills, extensive team and consensus building qualifications, and robust collaboration experience within and between government agencies. Fully capable of executing programs and leading in large, culturally diverse systems. Proven problem-solver and precise communicator, able to translate complex operational and business data, into relevant and understandable information. Driven by challenge and organizational learning and continually striving for personal and professional growth. Top Secret Clearance.
Organizational Initiatives Cross-Functional Leadership & Collaboration
Serves as the Command Sergeant Major for WINN Army Community Hospital Fort Stewart, the Warrior Transition (WTB), Hawks Troop Medical Clinic (HTMC), Tuttle Army Health Clinic (TAHC), North Troop Medical Clinic (NTMC), and Richmond Hill Community Based Medical Home (RHCBMH) comprising of 1800 military and civilian staff members; advises the Commander on all enlisted matters, training, retention and hospital operations; serves as a beneficiary community of 86,000 personnel; responsible for counseling, mentorship, professional development and deployment readiness of 60 PROFIS Soldiers; monitors NCOERS and awards to ensure accuracy and timeliness.
The Sergeants Major Course (SMC) is the consummate institution that prepares senior enlisted leaders to execute at all command levels throughout the Department of Defense. This is a 10-month course that serves to educate senior enlisted leaders from the US Army, sister services, and allied country's to be agile and adaptive senior non-commissioned officers through the study of leadership, the conduct of Unified Land Operations, and the application of Joint Interagency, and Multi-National organizations in an era of persistent conflict. Focal points of this course were critical reasoning, creative thinking and decision-making skills. The course assisted in the further development of logical, practical and original reasoning abilities necessary for problem solving. Intellectual honesty, integrity, and professional values and standards are highly stressed. Learning directives prepared me for leadership positions in joint, intergovernmental, multinational organizations (JIIM) as well as battalion, brigade, and division through echelons-above-corps (EAC) staff sergeants major command levels. Overall, this course contained a total of 1,484 instructional hours, and I was a resident student during the duration of the course.
Served as a Senior Administrator /Assistant Project Manager for the Department of Surgery supporting a beneficiary population of over 73,000 Soldiers, civilians, retirees and their families
• Advised the Department Chief on all department matters
• Supervised, managed and coordinated the training and physical fitness of a professional staff of 180
• Assisted in the management of the department's annual budget of over $7,000,000
• Provided direct supervision to eight subordinate military and civilian staff
Supervisory Level Leadership
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
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