Served as the subject matter expert (SME) will serving at the senior intelligence instructor and SME at the US Army's Intelligence Center instructing all-source analyst on how to conduct analysis through various vises of terminology, application, and demonstration.
Served as the SME at Joint Forces Command at the Joint Forces Intelligence School as curriculum developer and senior instructor.
Have written numerous classes on all-source intelligence processes to help the warfighter become more efficient in their analysis of products.
Authored may other functional courseware to aid other instructors in their curriculum development.
Hold two master instructor badges - US Army Intelligence Center and JFCOM.
The Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership with a specialization in Curriculum and Instruction will prepare myself to become an instructional leader who will strategically manage and lead processes related to curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
Demonstrating both practical and scholarly knowledge in their use of analytical, critical, and innovative thinking to improve the performance of educational institutions.
Historically, education has been a field of constant evolution and debate, with the pull of philosophical, cultural, and political influences felt throughout the industry.
As such, contemporary educators face challenges unlike those faced by their predecessors: as an educational leader, design and facilitate learning in culturally diverse classrooms is a must; manage the needs of multiple stakeholders; develop their classrooms, schools, and systems effectively and efficiently in the face of severe funding pressures; address the demands of regulatory bodies; and meet the outcomes established by the greater educational community.
Lead Intelligence Analyst October 2011 to July 2014Secure Mission Solutions － Reston, VA
Hours per week: 50 Supervisor: Karin Schultz (443-654-9026) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes Conduct all-source intelligence analysis for USCYBERCOM, supporting the Computer Network Defense (CND), Computer Network Operations (CNO), and Computer Network Attack (CNA).
Producing analytical reports to support the J35 future operations cell, congressional reviews, and also the Intelligence Community (IC).
Partners with the J3 providing Indication and Warning about threats to the Global Information Grid (GIG).
Identify, understand, and report on new cyber technologies and threats and help determine potential vulnerable targets.
Currently working on the Joint Intelligence Preparation of the Operational Environment (JIPOE) which is the analytical process used by joint intelligence organizations to produce intelligence assessments, estimates, and other intelligence products in support of the joint force commander's (JFC's) decision-making process for Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Identifying intelligence/collection gaps, outlining targets, geospatial environment, associated cyber infrastructure, High Value Target/ Individuals (HVT/HVI) and highlight centers of gravity (COG).
Provide all-source intelligence support needed to satisfy COCOM cyber requirements and collaborating with agencies throughout the IC.
Serve as senior intelligence on the cyber functionality of North Korea and South Korea.
Responsible for a multitude of production report writings and briefings coupled with other various project deliverables designated by the client that are published and sent throughout the intelligence community and to congress.
Conduct analysis of network trends of their targets, solve difficult technical problems, work independently and collaborate effectively in cyber analysis and research to destroy cyber capabilities.
Collaborating with senior leaders to determine and influence future cyber policies and activities through full scope cyber intelligence analysis within the Asia-Pacific region.
Identify communication patterns and determine tactics, techniques, and procedures for intrusion sets.
Assess the validity and relevance of foreign intelligence and provide a profile of foreign targets and their activities.
Provide a narrative on the report of target research outcomes to customers and perform target discovery by developing strategies to obtain new information and sources for intelligence.
Senior training developer/instructor May 2008 to October 2011Booz Allen Hamilton － Wright, United States, VA
Hours per week: 50 Supervisor: Jim Held ((757) 893-6100) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Contact me first United States Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM) (Booz Allen Hamilton) Serve as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) manager of systems and systems development within USJFCOM.
Conducted job and task analysis and created an Intelligence Systems Fusion Course to support the joint operational platform for the all-service warfighter analyst.
The course is to develop analyst in the processes of how "intelligence-fusion".
This course relied on link and pattern analysis.
This course will increase the inclusive understanding of how the other services conduct analysis.
Through the conducting of analysis, students were able to detect, deter, disrupt, delay, or destroy the capabilities of various entities' to help hone their critical thinking and analysis processes.
Conducing scenario development to be used for the following systems: Distributed Common Ground Station-Army, Analyst Notebook, ArcGIS, Pathfinder, Query Tree, NAI Tool, WEBTAS, Link Analysis, Google Earth, GeoQuest, CIDNE and Palantir and other online collaborative sensor(s) tools found in the IC.
Developed and enhanced the theory of the cognitive skills that individuals need to function effectively in fast-paced and uncertain intelligence domains.
Developed methods for training those skills in the context of joint-warfighting battlefield decision making.
Improve the ability of joint tactical analyst to grasp the essential elements of a complex, uncertain, and dynamic situations, visualize those elements in terms of their organization's goals, and take action in a timely and decisive manner.
Screened and analyzed intelligence and operational environment data on current and future threat force tactics, doctrine, and equipment.
Taught on multiple intelligence systems throughout the U.S.
Army and other services in the intelligence field to bring about familiarity to the other services intelligence departments.
This has led to the increase of situational awareness within the Department of Defense (DOD).
Created for DIA, an advanced intelligence course, co-authored lessons for an advanced analytical training for mid-level and above intelligence analyst to increase their analytical depth and increase the productivity of analysis.
Assisted in the development of asymmetric warfare methodologies, develop consensus, institutional procedures, and oversee the processes for providing OE and threat support throughout USJFCOM and used them in the classroom to support intelligence analysis and/or production as well as the intelligence collection operations.
Senior training developer/instructor April 2005 to May 2008L-3 Communications ILEX － Sierra Vista, United States, AZ
Hours per week: 45 Supervisor: Shirley Cutler ((520) 458-7426).
Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
L-3 Communications (ILEX) Site manager for the Army's Intelligence Analyst course.
Supervised/created curriculum using current real world situations to analyze, create, and implement current lessons learned from the Global War On Terrorism and put them into the classroom environment to prepare soldiers for deployments to hostile areas.
Conducted job and task analysis on the existing Army's 35F series that developed new course criteria regarding homeland security and operations abroad to improve and emphasize the impact of operations within the intelligence field.
Developing situational concepts to help students learn Terms, Techniques and Procedures (TTP's) to influence intelligence via enhanced analytical knowledge and then applies these TTPs to the warfighter to increase the situational awareness of the operational environment (OE).
Increased course flow by 27%, which improved class retention and operability.
Designed and constructed tactical operation centers to ensure realism and stress for the Military Intelligence Officer Basic Course.
Regulated course criteria via quarterly reviews to ensure that new policies and procedures were being implemented.
Performed quality assurance on material to ensure that current activities being conducted were in accordance with the approved military format.
Analyzed intelligence and operational environment data on current and future threat force tactics, doctrine, and equipment and then provides training to personnel representing numerous commands.
Program Manager December 2001 to February 2005United States Army － Fort Huachuca, United States, AZ
Hours per week: 60 Supervisor: CW5 Rollins (Retired) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Contact me first U.S.
Army - 12 years of all-source military intelligence experience in the fields of planning, developing, and intelligence operations in support of traditional and asymmetric military operations.
Served as the operations battle captain in a combat zone producing and developing analysis for targeting and collections.
Worked in targeting and collection cells as the senior intelligence analyst.
Served as the G-2 Sergeants Major (E-9, senior intelligence analyst) during combat operations.
Exertion at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels of war and worked extensively throughout the intelligence processes and cycles to assist the warfighter.
Served as senior intelligence analyst in the Army's General Staff G-2 section.
Significant involvement in coordinating training with U.S.
Government intelligence agencies from all levels of commands to satisfy Operational Environment requirements.
Ensuring that intelligence requirements were accomplished to satisfy commanders intent.
Conducting a needs analysis to ensure the proper training to the proper audience was captured.
Training/Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Developed and supervised extensive professional intelligence training programs for commissioned officers, enlisted personnel, government civilians and contractors.
Using real world experiences to create platforms of situational awareness of the environment to facilitate the ability and functionality of the analytical processes and procedures, and the effects it has on different levels within the structure of the intelligence field.
Served as Project Manager for the 35F (Intelligence Analyst) Distributive Learning (DL) training that encompassed Reserve Component soldiers.
The DL helped to retrain soldiers to the new 35F field and reduce the training from 16wks 4days to 7 weeks, increasing throughput by 44%.
12 years of instructional andcurriculum development experienced in training military, government civilian, and contract personnel across the DoD.
Worked extensively in the past with TRADOC on cost analysis for training and in preparing Programs of Instruction for multiple intelligence courses within the Army to ensure the necessary resources was available for training.
Primary liaison to TRADOC for the Army's 35 series intelligence fields from 2004 to 2007 which led to the enhanced of realistic training and increased the flow of course information and helped students retain skills and knowledge's by 35%.
Conducted job and task analysis on the existing Army's 35F series to develop new course criteria regarding homeland security and operations abroad which lead to an increase of 30% increase in information retention and predictability.
Trained over 900 new basic intelligence officers and 300 advanced intelligence officers in various fields of the intelligence realm using real world conflicts to enhance realism.
Increased the efficiency and effectiveness of learning using these scenarios to facilitate the development of their own style of analysis by 26%.
Doctorate : Education/Courseware development, 12/2015University of Phoenix － Phoenix, AZ, United StatesGPA: GPA: 3.75 GPA: 4.00GPA: 3.75 GPA: 4.00 Credits Earned: 36 Semester hours Education/Courseware development
Master's Degree : Business Operations, 02/2010University Of Phoenix － Phoenix, AZ, United StatesGPA: GPA: 3.17 GPA: 4.00GPA: 3.17 GPA: 4.00 Credits Earned: 39 Semester hours Business Operations
Bachelor's Degree : Business, 04/2005Western International University － Phoenix, AZ, United StatesGPA: GPA: 3.69 GPA: 4.00 Cum LaudeGPA: 3.69 GPA: 4.00 Credits Earned: 126 Semester hours Business Cum Laude