Dedicated and proven Security Specialist with 15+ years of Personnel, Information, Physical Security Program Management experience. Well-versed in integrating comprehensive security management and support into military and Federal facilities and operations. Astute and skilled at identifying potential risks, evaluating program strengths and weaknesses, and using sound judgment in high-stress situations.
Manager and team leader of 6 personnel providing logistics and budget management, material control accountability and reconciliation. Responsible for the purchasing, procurement, and budget management of tactical and office supplies, deployable assets, weapon systems, and accountable, sensitive equipment supporting local, domestic, and international operations.
Individually, and as a team member, conducted and oversaw annual, periodic, and continual assessment of program management and functions as directed by DoD/Federal regulations and directives. Responsible for conducting internal self-assessments to measure and monitor program, policy, and procedural performance for the purpose of identifying, analyzing, and assessing program effectiveness and departmental compliance.
Solely managed the information, personnel, and physical security programs for the squadron commander, and provided assistance/advisement to managers/directors across the base to help ensure classified and sensitive information/systems, assets, facilities, and personnel were provided adequate and effective protection. Responsible for facilitating/reviewing security clearance applications, enforcement of security standards and protocols, conducting security violation/incident investigations, and instructing security education, training and awareness
Managed and led teams of personnel conducting security patrols, perimeter/facility protection, video surveillance, and response to incidents and emergencies, providing protection of Air Force personnel, assets, weapon systems, and critical facilities and information. Responsible for the day-to-day employment and management of protective forces, assessment of security performance, and effectiveness of defense in depth.
Continuing education in Criminal Justice; 56 credit hours complete
Woodworking: learning new and old techniques, methods, and procedures through self-education. Learning
about the fine details of furniture making, storage and shop organization, orders of operations, measurement
precision and maximized, yet efficient, workflow; continually crafting, designing and redesigning, assessing,
and seeing projects through from a simple, raw block of wood to delivering a customized product to a
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