Serving on active duty led to a range of experiences encompassing intelligence operations, maintenance of online medical records, and administrative tasks with an international focus. And to better prepare for working in a medical facility I attended training courses on basic life support (BLS) and HIPPA leading to industry recognized certifications; however, my intent is to obtain the medical office administrator certification (MOAC) in an effort to deliver the best service possible to veterans and patients. My passion is for being 'of service' to the veteran community; one such example is that I was a founding member of a nationally recognized veterans group at John Carroll University. If you find these experiences and qualities an asset I'd appreciate your time in reviewing my resume.
Functioning as an intelligence researcher and lecturer allowed for honing skills in, but not limited to, the following areas: leadership, advanced research & writing, technology, communication, public relations and awareness of mental health.
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