Ambitious, determined, and aggressive- I desire to serve my country. I earned my degree
in Criminal Justice from The Citadel. I currently serve as a Marine Corps Logistics Officer.
Managing high value projects, adapting to rapid changes, and motivating subordinates towards
a common goal exhilarates me. I enjoy seeing a plan unfold and the feeling of satisfaction that
comes when you're associated with that plan. Team building and organized planning are my
Combined Arms Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 6, BulgariaJanuary 2015 to CurrentLogistics Officer/ Det OIC
As the detachment (Det) officer in charge (OIC), direct and led a platoon of (38) Marines by
ensuring proper training, discipline, and welfare.-Responsible officer for a military equipment
amounting to $3,415,738.96.-Supervise the maintaining of over $49,000,000 of company-level
equipment .-Continuously assist the ground combat element with international embarkation in
Europe (Bulgaria, Romania, and Norway) by voicing requirements to the logistics combat
element and coordinating with locally contracted civilian companies.-Plan and supervise
resupply convoys in a tactical environment ensuring the Ground Combat Element is
consistently supplied with water, food, fuel, and ammunition.-As the company logistics officer,
direct and lead the company in all logistical and administrative needs by developing plans and
coordinating with all staff members to fulfill the commander's intent.
Transportation Support BattalionJanuary 2014 to January 2015Executive Officer
Direct and lead the company in the Company Commander's absence.- Serve as chief of the
company's staff, developing synergy amongst the staff and ensuring all efforts are coordinated
in order to fulfill the commander's intent.- Advise the commander on operational,
administrative, and personnel issues as required.- Mentor, guide, advise, and supervise all
junior officers within the company in accordance with company commander's guidance.- Act
as direct company liaison with battalion staff sections and oversee the conduct of all logistical
and administrative tasks for the company.- Oversee the conduct of all training, ensuring all
Marines are fully trained on MOS training and readiness standards as well as other pertinent
operations.- Ensure the readiness and properly managed maintenance of all company
equipment.- Monitor company-level medical and dental readiness.- Review all awards,
evaluations, and applicable correspondence produced by the company staff.
Transportation Support Battalion.
January 2014 to January 2014Platoon Commander
Maintain accountability of all platoon-level motor transport equipment and personnel.-Ensure
the proper training, discipline, and welfare of the platoon at all times.-Ensure that operational
risk management is utilized in the conduct of all operations.-Approve the task organization of
all personnel and vehicle for field operations.-Procure, maintain, and account for equipment of
the platoon as necessary for the conduct of training events and operations.-Advise the
Company Commander of all pertinent matters related to the conduct of training and operations
within the platoon.-Manage all logistical, personnel, and administrative requirements of the
January 2013 to January 2014Student
Master the knowledge, skills, and abilities that prepare entry level and lateral movecompany
grade officers for duty in a logistics related billet at the battalion andsquadron level.
responsibilities associated with this MOS encompass the functionalareas of tactical level
logistics and combat service support.
Combat Logistics Regiment 2, HQ CompanyJanuary 2013 to January 2013Project Manager
Assist the Current Operations Officer in planning and synchronizing Combat Logistics
Regiment 27 (CLR 27) operations with adjacent units and the 2d Marine Logistics Group (2D
MLG) G-3 Plans and Current Operations (COPS) sections.-Assist the Current Operations
Officer to ensure compliance with all 2D MLG fragmentary orders (FRAGO) and task
subordinate units as appropriate.-Screen and submit timely company and battalion situation
reports (SITREP) to the regimental OPSO and commanding officer (CO).-Ensure all after
action reports (AAR) are completed, submitted, and archived in a timely manner.-Read the
Automated Message Handling System (AMHS) board every day and ensure that anynew
requirements are communicated and put into action accordingly.
Release and/or forward all
AMHS traffic as required.-Oversee the construction and delivery of all confirmation briefs to
the regimental OPSO.
The Basic School, United States Marine CorpsJanuary 2013 to January 2013Student Quantico, VA
The Officer Basic Course currently lasts 28 weeks, during which new officers receive classroom,
field, and practical application training on weapons, tactics, leadership, and protocol.
events include platform instruction, tactical decision games (TDGs), sand table exercises (STEXs),
decision-forcing cases and small group discussions.
There are various field events, beginning with
fireteam and squad level, and progressing to platoon-reinforced and company-sized events.
field events consist of realistic blank-fire training and live fire ranges.
Marine Aviation Logistics SquadronJune 2016 to CurrentLogistics/ Embarkation/ Process Improvement Officer Facilitate movement of all personnel and assets for a USMC V-22 "Ospreys" logistics squadron on the east coast for deployments, operations, and training. Manage the progression of all Continuous Process Improvement events that are ongoing in the squadron and scheduling of all USMC lean six sigma training for the squadron.
The Citadel2012Bachelors: Criminal JusticeCharleston, SCCriminal Justice Earned my in Criminal Justice while balancing myduties as a Midshipman in
training to become an officer in the United StatesMarine Corps. Consistently sought out
leadership opportunities asa rank holderin the South Carolina Corps of Cadets. Ranks held
during my time as anupperclassman helped guide and strengthen crucial and marketable skill
setssuch as: motivating subordinates, accountability of manpower, supplymanagement,
meeting deadlines, supervising, and leadership by example. I was later elected to present the
class rings to the Golf Class of 2014
First Baptist Church, Jacksonville NC
Sunday School Teacher, 2014 - 2015