Dedicated experienced communications professional providing government affairs, community relations, and public affairs support for one of the world's largest integrated energy companies. Inform and influence public policy and support the development of community relations programs related to license to operate, reputation management, and government relations
In charge of communicating messages to BP branded jobber community across the US during the Deepwater Horizon Gulf incident and building a program to respond to jobber issues of concern.
Responsible for directing BP's response to Chicago media related to concerns about petroleum coke storage and transport as well as resultant local, state, and federal government inquiries.
Key member of the BP team that responded to the public outcry related to the Whiting Refinery NPDES permit by E-NGOs related to Lake Michigan water quality.
Provided government affairs, community relations, and public affairs support for the Whiting Refinery Modernization Program, a 3.8 billion dollar modernization of a 100+ year old refinery allowing the refinery to use multi-slates of crude including Canadian oil sands. This is the single largest private investment in the history of Indiana and occurred over a six year period.
Accepted temporary interim general manager position supervising the Midwest Government and Public Affairs team supporting both the Whiting and Toledo Refineries and the East of Rockies Fuel Value Chains - all Midwestern states. Prepared and implemented regional strategic plan and budget. Supervised a team of six. Temporary assignment was scheduled to last three months but extended to a year and half. Continued to be lead government affairs person for my assigned five states in addition to the General Manager role. In January, 2014 as a result of the reorganization of the Government and Public Affairs function into Communications and External Affairs - Government Affairs - State and Local, became the Senior Director responsible for all staff supporting both the NW and EOR Fuel Value Chains including the Refineries at Cherry Point, Toledo, and Whiting. Responsible for the strategic planning, budgeting, and community investment strategy for the U.S. in support of US Fuels in concert with Regulatory Affairs, Federal Affairs, and Internal Communications. Support Remediation Management, Alternative Energy and other businesses as needed.
Served as the primary state government relations lead for the State of Indiana and provided support as needed for other assigned states of Minnesota, Missouri, Wisconsin, and Iowa. Supported the Whiting Refinery Modernization Project as well as the Fowler Ridge Wind Farm. Evaluated all introduced legislation, worked with potentially effected businesses to assess impacts, and developed strategy to pass or defeat legislation as appropriate. Developed outstanding working relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Provided support during emergency responses including 2007 Whiting NPDES situation, Deepwater Horizon, Whiting fuel recall, Michigan pipeline rupture.
Provided government relations and regulatory affairs support in the states of Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin and other states as needed. Supported retail marketing, pipeline, and remediation work at the Amoco Former Refinery in Sugar Creek, Missouri and the Wood River Former Refinery and the Hartford Project as needed. Provided community relations and public affairs support as necessary in coordination with Public Affairs assigned personnel.
General oversight and supervision of over 10,000 employees located in 92 worksites in Missouri. Responsible for providing service to 26,000 offenders housed in 21 correctional centers and over 63,000 offenders on probation or parole. Worked with the Governor's office, Senate and House to obtain budget of over $500 million.
Supported the Western Region Petroleum Products Sector and two former refineries with government affairs, community relations and public affairs support.
General oversight and supervision of the department which consisted of over 1,000 employees and a budget that exceeded $250 million. Areas of emphasis were budget, legislation, regulation, personnel, and citizens concerns. Part of the team that was successful in enhancing the budget process to increase flexibility while maintaining accountability to the public and General Assembly.
Planned, directed, delegated and coordinated a wide variety of complex regulatory case activities over regulated utilities. Supervised a staff of slightly under 50 people.
Responsible for the development of the department's budget request ($2.9 billion with over 8,000 staff). Presented testimony before the House and Senate legislative committees and interacted with the Governor's staff in obtaining an approved budget.
Provided technical budget analysis for the Missouri Senate Appropriations Committee. Evaluated and presented the budgets of all the Elected Officials, the Office of Administration, and the Departments of Agriculture, Conservation, Natural Resources, Economic Development, Insurance, and Labor and Industrial Relations.
Managed the internal audit section for seven months. Performed and supervised general grant compliance audits and program performance audits. For two years, prepared and analyzed budget submissions for the department working through the process with the House, Senate and Governor's Office.
Audited and examined the books and records of public utilities regarding proposed rate cases. Presented oral and written testimony before the Commission.
Worked in the office while attending college. Prepared and dispensed payroll and maintained the cash receipts journal.
Part time job while attending college. Did typing, filing, registered students for classes, performed receptionist duties, did bank deposits and other miscellaneous clerical duties. Supervised other clerical staff as needed.
Jointed the Air Force immediately after graduation from high school. Personally selected by a Brigadier General to fill the position of Command Section Receptionist. Duties included planning, organizing and maintaining the complete office file plan. Requisitioned, posted and maintained all office publications. Clerical support for ten people. Coordinated protocol functions during VIP visitations. Cleared for Top Secret NATO information. Awarded Meritorious Service Medal and Airman of the Year honors.
Attended full-time while working full-time maintaining a 4.0 grade point average on a 4-point scale.
Graduated summa cum laude.
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