Weatherization DepartmentJune 2012 to CurrentProgram Director
Led Weatherization Program to highest ranking energy conservation social service provider in State of Connecticut.
Developed Team to assist with the direction, coordination, and administration for all weatherization activities.
Liaison to the Federal Department of Energy, Connecticut Department of Social Services and Top Level Management for the purpose of disseminating Organizational practices, compliance, and production data.
Implemented the utilization of innovative business solutions and technology which streamlined and increased production outcomes, while reducing overall expenses by 30% per unit.
Developed work, staffing, and scheduling plans for each phase of projects, for the purpose of eliminating non values and the lessening the unevenness of workloads.
Analyzed financial data and operating costs to establish increased efficiency.
Provided indispensable administrative and logistical support to ensure that the Weatherization Department is meeting key performance indicators across all business sectors.
Initiated the development and outline of strategic plans which developed lean processes, increasing overall productivity by 70%.
Implemented Strategies, which increased overall market-share through the acquisition of additional service areas.
Managed key staff and sub-contractors to complete an annual construction portfolio exceeding 5 million dollars.
Prepared program analysis and progress reports to support senior leadership with developing the business segments long range financial plans Conducted staff meetings to acquire updates on all Departmental operations.
Action for Bridgeport Community Development, IncApril 2009 to CurrentBridgeport, CT
Weatherization DepartmentApril 2009 to June 2012Financial Administrator
Monitored Federal Grants exceeding $15 million dollars per year.
Established a budget control system to monitor and control expenditures.
Constructed and analyzed financial models pertaining to; budgets, forecasting, profit and loss projections, cash flow analysis, and financial ratios.
Delegated duties to 30 subordinates.
Managed and monitored GAAP practices for Weatherization Department Accountants.
Negotiated contracts with vendors for the acquisition of goods and services.
Procurement Officer for Departmental acquisitions.
Monitored Federal Davis Bacon Prevailing Wage Compliance for Staff, Vendors, and Sub Contractors.
Liaison to the Connecticut Department of Social Services and Federal Department of Energy for the purpose of disseminating Organization's financial data.
Developed reports, projections, analysis, and schedules to assist in determining best practices and strategies.
Instructed and trained Accountants, Compliance Officers, Project Managers, and supplemental staff on proper practices and implementation of program operations.
Completed reports for all program administrators and funding agents such as: Federal Department of Energy, Department of Labor, and Department of Social Services.
Monitored Compliance pertaining to vendor practices, licensure, and insurances.
Assisted with the acquisition of grants for federally funded programs.
Monitored and reported budget control systems to organization's comptroller.
Provided internal logistical support and ensured that fiscal controls were set in place and reporting deadlines met.
Maintained a tracking system of program and production goals and accomplishments.
Prepared all required information for financial audits.
Input and approve all staff time cards and travel statements in payroll processing system.
Boy Scouts of America, West Atlanta District CommitteeNovember 2007 to March 2009District Executive Atlanta, GA
Implemented managerial, marketing, developmental, and administrative strategies.
Coordinated fund raisers and presentations for the purpose of disseminating and presenting pertinent information to philanthropic partners, as well as generated a 47% increase in volunteer enrollment.
Administered scouting programs to expand the presence of the organization in schools, civic, and community based organizations.
Aided in the creation and execution of the IHOP fundraiser, which attracted over 200 student volunteers as well as raised approximately $20,000.00.
MOREHOUSE COLLEGE2007Bachelor of Arts: Business Administration Management FinanceAtlanta, GeorgiaBusiness Administration Management Finance