Accomplished logistics professional with more than 10 years of diverse experience overseeing supply and maintenance orders
to ensure accurate inventory according to current usage trends. Excellent organizational, time management, and customer relations skills. Open and
clear communicator with demonstrated strategic vision and disciplined execution.
Perform Standard Army Maintenance System Enhanced (SAMS-E) duties with automated applications.
Physical security management skills
French, professional level proficiency in reading and speaking
Interpersonal and leadership skills
Six Sigma Black Belt
Supply chain management experience
Exceptional organizational skills
SAP based automated logistics ERP system (GCSS-Army)
Supervision and training
Data collection and analysis
Strong multi-tasking abilities
Calm under pressure.
Recipient of the Logistician of the month in October 2007 for Excellence in Logistical Operations.
Recipient of four Army Commendation and two Army Achievement medals for outstanding contribution to the success of the Army Mission.
Recipient of the Army Demonstrated Logistician Award from the Army Logistics University and the International Society of Logistics.
Recipient of commendable rating during the USAG Hawaii installation physical security inspection in 2015.
Recipient of commendable rating during command inspection in 2016.
Quick to master new processes and procedures, served as resource to others to improve overall office effectiveness.
Consistently rendering outstanding achievement in procuring high-priority repair parts.
Equipment Records and Parts Specialist April 2014 to CurrentU.S. Army － Wahiawa, HI
Reduced and controlled expenses by turning in thousands of excess supply items to the supply support activity.
Reducing operational cost by 40% by reviewing production orders, schedules, delivery dates, and inventory levels to determine product availability.
Managed 1.5 million dollars worth of supplies, including procurement, storage, and distribution.
Created a tracking system that allowed the unit to maintained above 97% operation readiness.
Implemented composite risk management in daily operations which resulted in zero accident.
Reduced annual material costs by 25% through more efficient supply management processes.
Equipment Records and Parts Sergeant March 2012 to April 2014U.S. Army － Tacoma, WA
Ensured the accuracy of reports submitted by the Battalion's Unit Status Reporting Officer. The deferred maintenance tracking system created became a model for higher Headquarters.
Emphasized safety awareness throughout the section resulting in no safety violations or injury to personnel.
Continually sought after by seniors, peers and subordinates throughout the Brigade as the sole point of contact for Automated Logistical related issues.
Defined appropriate metrics and measurements to drive results.
Developed training materials and procedures.
Reduced personnel shortage by cross-training more than 12 subordinate personnel.
Material Control/Accounting Specialist July 2006 to March 2012U.S. Army － Ansbach, Germany
Assigned duties, instructed and supervised subordinates in proper working techniques resulting in zero job related accidents during the 10 years of service.
Planned and analyzed operational data and reports to ascertain degree of conformity with established policies, work standards, and procedural directives resulted in 540,654 dollars saving for the Army in three months.
Directly responsible for the management of customer records for ground combat systems resulting in average operational readiness rating of 99% during Operation Iraqi Freedom 10-11.
Junior Political and Security Adviser April 2004 to January 2005African Union Bureau of New York － New York, NY
Proofread, edited reports, and research publications to facilitate the decision making process within the African Group at the United Nations (UN).
Demonstrated an outstanding written and verbal communication skills during committees meetings at the UN General Assembly.
Reviewed and edited correspondence prior to release and submission for signature.
Delegate to the United Nations General Assembly September 2003 to April 2004Niger Mission at the United Nations － New York, NY
Established and maintained cooperative relationships with representatives of United Nations member states, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO), and public interest groups.
Negotiated treaties and agreements for the Mission, including legal instruments, declaration on human rights, and initiatives on advancement of political and social development
Helped drafted reports on diplomatic activities
Frequently addressed strategic issues of international public policy.
Master of Science : Information TechnologyUniversity of Management and Technology － Arlington, VA, U.S.
Current GPA: 3.67
Bachelor of Science : General Studies, 2016University of Management and Technology － Arlington, VA, U.S.
Coursework includes Information Management System and Technical Writing.
Bachelor of Arts : International Relations, 2003Catholic University of Louvain － Louvain-La-Neuve, Brabant Wallon, Belgium
Coursework included Geopolitics, Comparative Politics, Theory of Public Administration, Political Culture, political Science Research Procedures, Contemporary political Regimes, Public Law, International Organizations, and Human Rights ...etc.
Pass marks: With Satisfaction
Bachelor of Science : International Trade, 1999University of Blida － Blida, Blida, Algeria
Top 10% of the promotion.
Coursework included Logistics and Transportation Technology, Business and Communications, Business Management, Logistics, Finance and, Supply Chain coursework.