Graduated with Honors with a 3.69 GPA from the University of Louisville with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work. Completed 560 hours of Social Work Practicum Internship with the Fort Knox Warrior Transition Center.
Primary instructor with an Army Training Program for the Active Component (AC) and Reserve Component (RC) on virtual simulations for Convoy Operations, anti-Ambush procedures, and additional training scenarios. Trained and evaluated the organizational effectiveness of units using virtual or constructive simulations. Planned and conducted training exercises in support of Army National Guard and Reserve Component units preparing for movement overseas. Made recommendations for training support package development change, additions and deletions based on new guidance and policy. Designed, developed, proofed and implemented constructive simulation training exercises. Advised organization managers, supervisors and instructors on the methodology and instrumental procedures needed for training and evaluations. Developed, evaluated, and analyzed written and oral performance diagnostic evaluations, conducted counseling and remedial instruction. Planned, coordinated, and supervised the daily activities of five staff members supervising a personnel holding organization of over 120 personnel. Supervised operations, and liaison activities; wrote routine and special reports, commendations, and operations plans. Prepared and edited training plans and coordinated and implemented training programs; directed on-the-job training. Assisted in briefings, presentations, and presenting instruction to large groups. Provided formal and informal counseling to individuals and groups; maintained computerized data file on past and future planned activities; provided daily briefing to staff members; and maintains computerized personnel data files, job evaluations, and awards. Provided professional training sessions to over 260 junior level managers (Armor and Cavalry officers); coordinated inter-agency usage of various training aids and facilities. Ensured lesson plans, training materials, and equipment required for training were present, current, and operational to teach assigned units of instruction.
University of Louisville BSW Cum Laude - 2015
Central Texas College Associate Arts - 2012
Planned, coordinated, and supervised the daily activities of five staff members responsible for over 120 personnel. Supervised operations, and liaison activities; wrote routine and special reports, commendations, and operations plans. Prepared and edited training plans and coordinated and implemented training programs; directed on-the-job training. Assisted in briefings, presentations, and demonstrations presenting instruction to small and large groups of service members and their families.
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