Analyze credit and debit accounts using FICO Falcon and Fair Isaac software for suspicious activity, identity theft, financial abuse, online gambling, and terrorist activity Identify attempts to defraud company through account take overs, fraudulent applications, kiting or bust out schemes Participate in group anti-fraud and anti-money laundering projects including tracking suspicious transactions billing out of country and referring to appropriate authorities Work approximately 30 cases per hour to track spending patterns of clients, including High Value Clients with net worth over 1 million dollars, to detect and prevent fraud 35F Intelligence Analyst Highest Grade: Specialist/E4 Clearance: TS/SCI issued 10/2010 Honorably Discharged.
United States ArmyFt. Stewart, GASource Intelligence Analyst
Taught pre-deployment threat assessment and counterterrorism class to hundreds of deploying soldiers to prepare them to successfully defend against the enemy in combat environments Became subject matter expert on terrorist organization, the Haqqani Network, presenting research on unique IED types, finances, and safe havens to approximately 50 soldiers including Intelligence TRADOC Commander and Command Sergeant Major Presented hour and half long complete country study and analysis on Egypt during Arab Spring using Army intelligence protocol PMESII-PT (Political, Military, Economic, Social, Information Infrastructure, Physical Terrain, Time) Briefed approximately twenty high ranking intelligence soldiers and wrote four page white paper on Qassem Suleimani and the IRGC Awarded for exemplary service as an Intelligence Analyst for writing a white paper on North Korean leadership praised by officials from the U.S.
Department of State and Army Pacific Command (PACOM) Compiled thousands of soldiers' clearance paperwork, as Brigade Security Manager, to process new and renewing clearances and monitored suspended/revoked clearance cases Provided training to approximately 40 intelligence soldiers in subordinate units on intelligence collection and classified information protection such as OPSEC and other common Intelligence Community procedures and ethics Co-wrote standard operating procedures (SOP) for Brigade security office including the maintenance of millions of dollars of intelligence equipment, hundreds of classified documents, keys, safes, arms rooms, and SCIF certification Selected as one of twenty females from entire Brigade as a Female Engagement Team Member after rigorous testing including advanced PT, HUMINT training, combatives, weapons and EMT training Presented with TRADOC Commander Coin for excellence during participation in multi-INT testing of DCGS-A, the Army's intelligence database, software upgrade as database manager One of three enlisted soldiers out of entire Brigade chosen to accompany officers to the Leadership Training Program at Fort Polk, LA to assist Intelligence Officers in wargaming and preparation for unit's future JRTC training Created and managed daily ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance) collection plan, including dynamic re-tasking, and briefed plan to commander as part of JRTC training Led unit to successful JRTC training as Current Operations Analyst in the Tactical Operation Center (TOC) recording daily operations, attacks, daily crimes, and analyzing historic attacks to create threat assessments and crime trend analyses utilizing Army intelligence software DCGS and CPOF (Command Post of the Future).
Assisted in over 50 CPR/ resuscitation procedures Aided in hundreds of emergency procedures including cast/splinting, stomach pumping, NG tube placement, cardioversion, and tracheostomy Prepared approximately 20 deceased bodies for medical examiner, organ harvest, and transport to morgue/funeral home Drew approximately 50 patients blood per day in busy emergency room while also preparing specimens for transport to lab and performing basic nurse assistant tasks Quickly hooked up patients to EKG, oxygen therapy, and other body monitors for providers to check for emergency health situations including myocardial infarction, stroke, or ketoacidosis.
University of Maryland University CollegeAdelphi Sierra Vista, MD AZBachelors of Science: Political ScienceGPA: Summa cum laudePolitical Science Summa cum laude
HONORS AND AWARDS Army Commendation Medal Army Good Conduct Medal 2 Army Achievement Medals Certificate of Achievement