I am an Intelligence professional dedicated to serving my country. My experiences, training, and education have provided me with opportunities to lead, manage, build professional relationships, and develop a broad range of skill sets that will enable me to be a valuable asset to the United States intelligence community. SECURITY CLEARANCE STATUS: Top Secret/SCI (Active) HIGHLIGHTS Proven ability to excel under strenuous circumstances both in training and real world situations with honors and awards in each training and work endeavor Effective leader with exemplary feedback/evaluations from subordinates and supervisors ACCOMPLISHMENTS Led a team of analysts to support a 465+ sized military element for a 1 year deployment with no casualties resulting from enemy activity Directed and oversaw the physical security program of a military aviation unit resulting in no security breaches and exemplary results from multiple inspections
HONORS AND AWARDS
Army Commendation Medal FOB Sharana, Afghanistan Exceptionally Meritorious Service
United Stated ArmyJuly 2009 to April 2013Military Intelligence Officer
Led intelligence operations for a battalion sized (465+ personnel) Task Force in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) XI-XII, Afghanistan.
Supervised the analysis of raw HUMINT, SIGNIT, GEOINT, and IMINT intelligence reports in support of over 200 Army Special Forces and Navy SEAL operations, resulting in the capture or neutralization of over 80 Joint Priority Effects List (JPEL) targets.
Developed, refined, and briefed intelligence products to provide pilots, key leaders and staff accurate and timely intelligence of the current enemy situation resulting in no unit casualties resulting from enemy activity.
Advised key leaders on security requirements in preparation for 4 official inspections of the unit's physical security program, resulting in our unit's airfield security program being noted by the inspector to be the standard that should be implemented across the Brigade (2500+ personnel).
Shad's ClassicsMay 2006 to July 2009Owner/Operator Sugar Land, TX
of Classic Car Restoration shop Reduced shop labor costs by 60 percent with only a 10 percent increasing the overall project cost by 10 percent by analyzing which aspects of the restoration process are more profitable to contract to other businesses Coordinated the purchase of parts, supplies and equipment using the best quality components at the lowest available prices through research, saving an average of 30 percent in parts cost for each restoration project Negotiated the profitable sale of over 30 classic cars and trucks with consistent positive customer satisfaction.
Texas Department of Criminal JusticeMarch 2002 to March 2004Correctional Officer II Navasota, TX
Supervised and maintained custody of 50-150 incarcerated individuals on a daily basis with no loss of control over inmate behavior.
Improved the security of the unit by conducting over 8,000 area, facility and persons searches resulting in the finding and confiscation of contraband and the discovery and correction of facility vulnerabilities.
US ArmyFebruary 2011Anti-Terrorism Level II Ft. Hood, TX
Security Management Department of DefenOctober 2010Ft. Hood, TX
US ArmyDecember 2009 to August 2010Intelligence Officer Leader Course Ft. Huachuca, AZ
Officer Candidate School US ArmySeptember 2009 to December 2009Ft. Benning, GA
Basic Training US ArmyJuly 2009 to September 2009Ft. Sill, OK
Texas State University5/2007Bachelor of Science: Criminal JusticeSan Marcos, TX