Dean of Business and College Professor offering a wealth of knowledge in the development and implementation of educational technology tools and applications in the classroom. Personable education professional driven to inspire students to achieve personal and academic success.
I was selected by the Campus Director of National College of Business to help stand up a campus in Indianapolis Indiana. Through my proven work habits and desire to facilitate courses in a traditional setting I was nominated and selected to hold the position of Chairman of Business during my tenure. This was accomplished while holding a full time job in the US Army.
I was selected to serves as the Special Operations Response Team Captain. Certified to instruct Pressure Point Control Tactics. I was required to certify the staff annually.
Performed duties as an instructor, writer, and developer in the Army Recruiting Course; supervises and trains approximately 3000 new Army recruiters per year; administers training to students in accordance with regulatory guidance and current policies and procedures related to Army recruiting; assists in the development of training publications and training support products utilized by the Recruiting and Retention School; develops lesson plans and end-of-course test materials; makes necessary recommendations for actions regarding academic training or eliminating students from the course in accordance with AR 601-1; responsible for equipment valued at $280,00.
Army Reserve Operations NCO (Battalion)
Serves as an Army Reserve operations NCO and subject matter expert on Army Reserve recruiting for the Mid Atlantic Recruiting Battalion supporting 247 recruiters, 42 recruiting centers, and 6 recruiting companies; converts complex information and instruction on current regulation eligibility and enlistment standards of applicants processing for the Army Reserve's broad spectrum of training program options, to include Reserve Officers' Training Corps/Simultaneous Membership Program, Army Civilian Acquired Skills Program, and inter-service transfers; responsible for equipment valued at $180,000
Company First Sergeant
Leads, trains, and supervises an Army recruiting company dispersed in an area spread over 3800 square miles with a population of 1.5 million; responsible for the health, safety, morale, and training of 37 NCOs; sets and enforces high standards on conduct, training, professional development, and operations; plans and executes a battle-focused NCODP; controls and synchronizes facilities, equipment, and vehicles valued in excess of $120,000; assists the commander in planning, coordinating, and supervising all activities that support the unit's mission; promotes community awareness and support for the Army and its recruiting goals.
Army Reserve Guidance Counselor
Responsible for interviewing and processing qualified applicants for enlistment while maintaining the Army values; responsible for presenting, counseling, and recommending courses of action on specific enlistment options; discusses individual goals pertaining to training, education, and promotion opportunities; utilizes extensive technical knowledge of regulations, automated systems, and advanced techniques to counsel prospective enlistees; ensures quality control of all electronic applications, enlistment security screenings, and reserve accession procedures; builds partnerships with local Army Reserve units; responsible for equipment valued at $240,000.
Directs and leads an Army recruiting center in an area covering 2400 square miles with a population of 750,00; leads 8 recruiting NCOs, and is responsible for their professional development, morale, health, and welfare; accounts for and trains 120 Future Soldiers awaiting entry onto active duty; maintains relationships with 31 high schools, 4 colleges, and influencers in the local community; implements and maintains a recruiting center management system to include the planning and execution of lead generation activities; maintains control and accountability of equipment valued at $500,000; responsible for meeting all assigned recruiting objectives.
Serves as the Army's ambassador within the community; recruits, determines applicant enlistment eligibility, counsels applicants on enlistment programs and options, prepares enlistment applications, and processes qualified applicants to enlist in the Army and Army Reserve; accounts for and prepares Future Soldiers for initial entry training; implements and conducts Army awareness programs throughout an area covering 980 square miles with a population of 800,00; maintains a network of influencers to include parents, educators, and community officials in 11 high schools and 10 colleges; responsible for $120,00 worth of Government equipment.
• Conduct head counts to ensure that each prisoner is present.
• Inspect conditions of locks, window bars, grills, doors, and gates at correctional facilities to ensure security and help prevent escapes.
• Monitor conduct of prisoners in housing unit, or during work or recreational activities, according to established policies, regulations, and procedures, to prevent escape or violence.
• Search prisoners and vehicles and conduct shakedowns of cells for valuables and contraband, such as weapons or drugs.
• Record information, such as prisoner identification, charges, and incidences of inmate disturbance, and keep daily logs of prisoner activities.
• Settle disputes between inmates.
• Participate in required job training.
• Provide to supervisors oral and written reports of the quality and quantity of work performed by inmates, inmate disturbances and rule violations, and unusual occurrences.
• Counsel inmates and respond to legitimate questions, concerns, and requests.
• Use weapons, handcuffs, and physical force to maintain discipline and order among prisoners.
• Issue clothing, tools, and other authorized items to inmates.
• Assign duties to inmates, providing instructions as needed.
• Conduct fire, safety, and sanitation inspections.
• Use nondisciplinary tools and equipment such as a computer.
• Inspect mail for the presence of contraband.
• Take prisoners into custody and escort to locations within and outside of facility, such as visiting room, courtroom, or airport.
• Drive passenger vehicles and trucks used to transport inmates to other institutions, courtrooms, hospitals, and work sites.
• Serve meals, distribute commissary items, and dispense prescribed medication to prisoners.
• Guard facility entrances to screen visitors.
• Maintain records of prisoners' identification and charges.
• Investigate crimes that have occurred within an institution, or assist police in their investigations of crimes and inmates.
• Arrange daily schedules for prisoners including library visits, work assignments, family visits, and counseling appointments.
• Process or book convicted individuals into prison.
• Supervise and coordinate work of other correctional service officers.
• Search for and recapture escapees.
• Sponsor inmate recreational activities such as newspapers and self-help groups.
Responsible for the leadership, administration and coordination of the Tactical Response Team activities through the supervision and review of team members' training, participation, and execution activities. Established policies, procedures, and regulations for the inmate reprisal and high profile transport.
Inspired students to translate their academic interests into the real world by taking positive actions. Initiated thought-provoking classroom discussions to help students develop their critical thinking abilities.Maintained thorough records of student attendance and grades. Served as the spokesperson for the department faculty. Nominated and selected to be the Chairman of Business. Taught Psychology, Human Relations, General Math, Business, Business Ethics, Introduction to Business, Organization and Management, Business and Professional Speaking and Business Law
I served as an Online Adjunct Faculty facilitating Business 127 and Business management utilizing Blackboard and threaded conversation.
Honors Academic Achievement Award
Honors Academic Achievement Award
Attended Increasing Human Effectiveness Conference in 2003. Certified to facilitate the course.
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