Comprehensive background supporting U.S. military financial operations in roles of increasing responsibility during a 4 year active duty career in the U.S. Army. Effective communicator and executor who quickly masters new roles and technologies to achieve positive results.
Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
Received National Defense Service Medal.
Received Korean Defense Service Medal.
Awarded Certificate of Achievement Commandant's List in Financial Management School, 2009.
Awarded Certificate of Achievement Meritorious Achievement Customer Service in Finance, 2009.
Awarded Army Achievement Medal in 2010.
Performed duties specific to budgeting, disbursing, and accounting for government funds;payment for travel and commercial processes;pay support of soldiers and foreign national employees;and internal control operations. Personally responsible for servicing support to over 5,000 soldiers and family members in Camp Humphreys Korea, Osan AFB Korea, and Suwon AFB Korea communities.
Personally responsible for processing over $100,000 of Temporary Lodging Allowance payments, and over $5,000 in Temporary Lodging Allowance advances. Created and acknowledged for methodically placing an audit system for Finance Department. Maintained an accuracy rate of 92% in the military pay processing system as a first term finance soldier. 2nd Finance assignment was at Fort Bragg, NC, 82ND FMSU, July 2010-October 2012. Medically separated November 15, 2012.
Troubleshooting radars and associated equipment assemblies, sub-assemblies, modular and circuit elements with common and system peculiar test equipment for deficiencies and malfunctions. Repaired, removed, and/or replaced defective components and parts. Tested repaired system to ensure compliance with technical specifications. Inspected, tested, and adjusted system components and test equipment to specific tolerances. Prepared and maintained equipment logs, equipment modification and utilization records, exchange tags, and calibration data cards.
Have 7 credit hours to earn for my BS Management Studies with Minor in Business Administration.
1998-2002 Coursework studied was Accounting. Earned 90 credit hours and needed 114 credit hours to achieve BS Accounting. Father filed bankrupt and I was not eligible for financial aid in that fiscal year. 56 of these credit hours were transferable to UMUC.
Expanded multi-lateral relations with Korean communities and US soldiers while the BOSS(Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers) representative at 176th FMCO in Camp Humphreys Korea.
Selected from more than 20 strong verbal communication soldiers to represent the military unit as the speaker/MC, during change of command ceremonies, unit functions, and BOSS news and updates.
Personally responsible for welcoming high ranking officers and enlisted NCOs into our military unit through interviews and welcoming ceremonies.
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