QUALIFICATION PROFILE A self- motivated and organized professional skilled in arranging tasks and details to achieve projects goals A dedicated team player, committed to providing high-quality support and excellent problem-solving skills to all organizational levels. Instrument in maximizing revenue potential, expanding customer base, and improving customer retention levels within highly competitive markets Streamlining daily business operations and improving productivity levels due to the implementation of automated processes Tendency to thrive in fast paced administrative environments while remaining focused on attaining corporate objectives Comprehensive background in drafting correspondence, preparing spreadsheets, filing documents, and fielding customer inquires Experienced with Army Supply, Maintenance, and Transportation policy and procedures Highly accomplished professional with experience in logistics management, business administration, customer service, program development, office automation, and relationship management
12/2008 to 12/2012
Conducted analysis and studies with dedicated government contractors for the development, submission, and execution of the Transportation Management Plan to implement, monitor, and evaluate the Fort Belvoir Transportation Management Program.
Planned and executed monthly Travel Demand Management Working Group meetings to discussed and develop solutions to reduce single occupancy vehicles entering Fort Belvoir.
Planned, organized, and executed two Transportation Fair and Three Belvoir Commuter Workshop/ Fairs; convinced over 17 vendors to participate and over 200 employees participation.
Served as the organization's primary liaison between BRAC/DOL and local and state stakeholders; maintaining continuous daily contact to ensure required services were provided for Fort Belvoir's workforce and families.
Developed two Command Operation Orders (OPORD) with dedicated civilians employees to provide guidance for Directorates to assist with tasks to support the Commuter Workshop to ensure success Coordi.
12/2006 to 12/2008
Logistics ManagerFort Belvoir, VA
Supervised and ensured that employees in maintenance, Transportation/Motor pool, Central Issue Facility (CIF) and the Fuel Point complied with OSHA Standards, manuals, instructions and regulations with a result of zero employees' accident report.
Collaborated with a group of outstanding civilian workforce established policies concerning transportation to meet overall activity requirements and identify alternative modes of transportations for all military personnel, civilian, and contractors whose place of employment is Fort Belvoir.
Planned, organized , and executed Directorate of Logistics first BRAC Transportation Open House; convinced over twenty-nine organization to participate Enhanced DOL's safety program by conducting pre-evaluations and coordinating with Garrison installation Safety office Improved the overall functionality of DOL website through assertive coordination with webmaster representative DOL website is user friendly and set-up in a systemic manner that makes it easier location s.
Transportation Demand Management CoordinatorDepartment of Army – Fort Belvoir, VA
01/2005 to 01/2007
Logistics Management SpecialistFort Lee, VA
During my tenure as Logistics Management Specialist Intern I was responsible for the following:.
Served as trainee/intern performing progressively a variety of logistics assignments.
Completed academic requirements, on-the-job training, and self development as set forth in the Master Intern Development Plan (The following are the list of courses: Action Officer Development ; Army.
04/2004 to 06/2005
Human Resource GeneralistMPRI (L-3) COMMUNICATION) – ALEXANDRIA, VA
Performed as the Action Officer at HQAMC (e.g., researched Army Logistics regulations for applicability, assisted with coordinating army level actions between HQAMC and DLA) Trained on various logistics automated/non-automated systems (e.g., Standard Army Retail Supply System, Standard army Maintenance System, Defense Property accountability System, and Reconnaissance information System).
Assisting Directorate of logistics (DOL) Staff revised and or developed logistics policies and procedures (i.e., Procedures and DOL Command Supply Discipline Program Checklist) ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Completed requirements for DA Internship Program: Completed all academic requirements Life Cycle Logistics Level I Coordinate an excellent staff review of AMC-R-740-4 Coordinated the AMC's bid to manage DLA repair parts Reconciled transportation division non-temporary storage Processed supply actions on Standard Army Retail Service without any rejects Verified customer pick-up and shipments which resulted in high.
Master Science: North Carolina A&T State University - Greensboro, NC
Bachelor of Science: Social Science & SociologyBenedict College - SC