Solutions-focused, versatile management professional offering a comprehensive background as an experienced EKMS Custodian during a 12-year career in the United States Marine Corps. Currently possesses a Secret security clearance. Effective communicator who quickly masters new roles and technologies to achieve positive results.
Decorated Marine Corps combat veteran, driven to apply comprehensive experience in field training, COMSEC security, safety patrol, security details and public service activities in the public sector as a Communications expert.
Was responsible for the issuance of all COMSEC gear to subordinate units within 2D Marine Logistics Group.
Conducted monthly EKMS inventories, CO Spot Checks, Audit trails, Cryptographic Ignition Key Inventories (CIK), Account Inventory Summaries (AIS) and EKMS training classes, ensuring that no COMSEC incidents occurred on any device and submitted signed copies to G6 EKMS.
Submitted keymat requests for all field ops to G6, issued keymat to subordinate units and ensured the proper destruction of all COMSEC material upon completion of field ops.
Conducted EKMS 3C Annex B Inspections with G6.
Maintained 100% accountability for over $2,200,000 worth of Controlled Cryptographic Items(CCI) and 322 pieces of radio equipment.
Conducted and assisted in the Joint Limited Technical Inspections and transfer of radios to and from subordinate units.
Ensured all appointment letters, authorization letters, access rosters and SF-700 forms were up to date and accurate for unit and subordinate units.
Succeeded in a rapidly changing environment by employing the practices of the organization and applying them to the situation.
United States Marine CorpsCamp Lejeune, NCElectronic Key Management System Custodian11/2013 to Current
EKMS Custodian is responsible for COMSEC key management, accounting and distribution. Specifically, EKMS generates and distributes electronic keying material for all NSA encryption systems. The electronic keys are loaded into encryption systems using standard fill devices and directs the distribution of NSA produced keying material. Additionally, EKMS performs account registration, privilege management, ordering, distribution and accounting to direct the management and distribution of physical COMSEC material for Services.
United States Marine CorpsAtlanta, GARecruiter09/2009 to 10/2013
Enlisting quality men and women into the United States Marine Corps. Day to day activities include preliminary screening and administrative processing, scheduling physical examinations, completion of enlistment documents, and maintaining accurate records. Also, provided the community with Marine Corps publicity materials and assisted in civic events.
United States Marine CorpsCamp Lejeune, NCCommunications09/2004 to Current
Communication Marines prepare communications plans, operate and maintain information systems, and operate equipment such as radios, computer networks and cryptography protocol.
They are responsible for the continuous flow of information throughout the mission.
2004Communications School, Twentynine Palms Mcb, CA