Current Submarines Information Systems Technician and former Aircraft Recovery Specialist with more than 8 years combined in the Marine Corps and Navy. Successfully led training programs for hundreds of Sailors and Marines in a variety of platforms and environments. Reliable, diligent, and flexible professional with superb communication capabilities.
Effective Team leadership
Effective Crisis Management
Received a meritorious promotion from the United States Navy for conduct and work achievements accumulating over a year and half period. Over 17 individual awards presented by the Navy and Marine Corps. The highest of which was awarded during deployment to Afghanistan in support of combat operations for Operation Enduring Freedom. SALUTE national honor recipient for BA grade point average. Awarded for over 600 volunteer hours in service to children, organizations, schools, veterans, and Japanese nationals.
Information Systems Technician Submarines (ITS)08/2014 to CurrentUnited States Navy
Assist in the maintenance and operation of a Virginia Class Attack Submarine. Design, install, operate, and maintain information systems. This technology includes local and wide area networks, mainframe, mini and microcomputer systems and associated peripheral devices. Write programs to handle the collection, manipulation and distribution of data for a wide variety of applications and requirements. Perform the functions of a computer system analyst, operate telecommunications systems including automated networks and the full spectrum of data links and circuits.
Expeditionary Airfield Systems Technician (MOS 7011)08/2008 to 08/2014United States Marine CorpsExpeditionary airfield systems technician employs, installs, operates, inspects, and repairs expeditionary airfield (EAF) systems to include arresting gear, visual landing aids, airfield AM-2 matting and accessories, EAF communications and airfield lighting and marking. Marines in this field operate, inspect, and maintain emergency arresting gear systems for high performance Naval and Marine Corps Tail Hook aircraft, design expeditionary AM-2 airfield facilities, provide field marker light (FML) systems for Marine Expeditionary Units (MEUs), and conduct tactical/assault landing zone assessment surveys (TALZAS) for Naval and Marine Corps tactical aircraft.
Bachelor of Arts: Cultural Anthropology2015Ashford UniversitySan Diego, CA, United StatesCum Laude Honors
Associate of Arts: Arts2013Lone Star College SystemSpring, TX, United States
Security+ Certification2015Computing Technology Industry Association
A+ Certification2015Computing Technology Industry Association