Twenty years served in the United States Navy with exceptional military service. Strong and effective leadership skills, multi-tasking skills, motivator, detail-oriented, strategic planner and strategic thinker.
Job Type: Permanent
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Training 2015) US Navy Environmental & Preventive Medicine Unit Number#2 Shipboard Pest Management (2014) Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Refresher Training (2013) Alcohol Abuse Training (2013) Alcohol Abuse Awareness (2013) Introduction to Suicide Prevention (2013) Equal Opportunity (EO) Sexual Harassment Grievance Procedures Program Command Representative (2013) Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Level I Awareness Training for Service Members (2013) Privacy Act and HIPAA Senior Management (2013) Privacy and Personally Identifiable Information Awareness Training (2013) Navy Pride and Professionalism (2013) Expeditionary (Overseas) Medical Unit Training (2012) Medical Emergency Combat Readiness Training (2012) Basic Life Support Provider Training (2014) Department of Defense (DOD) Contracting Officer Representative Training (2012) Department of Defense (DOD) Paying Agent Training (2012) Department of Defense (DOD) Contracting Officer Representative Training (2012) United States Marine Corps Legal Officer Training (2011) Marine Corps Installation East Equal Opportunity Representative Training (2012) United States Marine Corps Legal Officer Training (2011) Marine Corps Installation East Equal Opportunity Representative Training (2012) DOD Information Assurance Awareness (2011) Code of Conduct (2009) Tactical Combat Casualty Care (2008) Operation Risk Management (2008).
Doctorate: Public Policy in Administration/Healthcare ServicesWalden University － Minneapolis, MN, United StatesPublic Policy in Administration/Healthcare Services
Master's Degree: Public Administration/Healthcare ServicesTroy State University － Troy, AL, United StatesPublic Administration/Healthcare Services
Bachelor's Degree: Biology ZoologyUniversity of Panama, Panama City PanamaCredits Earned: 120 Semester hours Biology Zoology
Operations Security-The Next Generation (2008) Diversity All-Hands Training (2008) Malaria Prevention and Control (2008) Laboratory Identification of Malaria (2008) Medical Regulating (2008) DOD Information Assurance Awareness (2007) Advanced Medical Department Enlisted Course Unit 1, Organizational Structure Relationships and Policy Courses (2006) Advanced Medical Department Enlisted Course Unit 2, Utilization and Management of Resources Courses (2006) Advanced Medical Department Enlisted Course Unit 3, Operational Policies, Procedures, and Strategies Courses (2006) Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Explosive Operator Course 2006) Leading Chief Petty Officer Leadership Course (2006) Medical Regulating (2006) Category 8 Pesticide Applications (2007) Situational Leadership II (2004) Optimizing Team Performance (2004) Resolving Interpersonal Issues (2004) Navigating Change (2004) Managing Change (2002) Primary Leadership Development Program (2002) Department of Defense Navy Public Health Shipboard Pest Management Training and Certification (2000) Department of Defense (DOD) Certified HIV Instructor Trainer (2000) American Red Cross HIV Instructor Trainer-African American Community (San Diego) (1997-1998) American Red Cross HIV Instructor Trainer-American Red Cross (1998) Department of Defense US Navy Public Health Medical Entomology and PEST Management Technology (1998) Department of Defense US Navy Bureau of Medicine Malaria Prevention and Control (1998) Department of Defense US Navy Public Health Food Service Sanitation (1998) Department of Defense Bureau of Medicine Blood Component Therapy (1998) Department of Defense US Navy Public Health Heat Stress NAVAL SCHOOL OF HEATH AND SCIENCE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE SCHOOL
Food Service Sanitation Training / Certification (1998) Water Sanitation Technician / Certification (1998) Waste Water Management Treatment and Disposal Training (1998) Vector / Pest Control Training (1998) Medical and Sanitary Aspect of Chemical, Biological and Radiological (CBR) Training (1998) Occupational Health Training. Navy Occupational Safety and Health Program (NAVOH) Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Health and Occupational Health Training (1998) Helicopter Underwater Escape Training for NON-Aircrew (1998) Department of Defense (DOD), Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Training-Naval School of Health and Science San Diego, California
06/2015 to Current
Public Health AdvisorCenter for Disease Control and Prevention CDC － Atlanta, United States, GA
Desired locations: United States - FL - JacksonvilleUnited States - VA United States - CA United States - DC United States - GA United States - NC Salary: 73,347.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Series: 0685 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 12 This a time-limited appointment or temporary promotion This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Public Health Advisor and analyst for the 2014 Ebola Response Policy Unit.
skillfully executing the role and responsibilities of Task Tracker, and Lead Historian.
Provided top leadership, and technical assistance using a coordinated, collaborative approach in support of key functional areas within the response, external partners, and stake holders.
On a very consistent basis delivers sounded recommendations on time sensitive issues with a 95% effectiveness rate.
Takes appropriate actions to resolve customer's concerns and issues within 1-3 days of receipt to maximize effectiveness in delivery and problem solving.
Proactively identifies problems and areas of concerns to supervisor, along with suggestions for resolution within 24 hours of receipt.
Maintains a positive working relationships within the Policy Unit and those involved in the response instrumental in minimizing stress and increasing productivity.
Consistently interacts with co-workers and external partners in a constructive and culturally appropriate manner fostering an environment of collaboration and team work.
Demonstrates an understanding of program activities and protocols through independent work with 97% accuracy.
As program and project manager, supports achievement of response strategic goals and initiatives within assigned functional areas of responsibility and contributes to the overall accomplishment of Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Emergency Operation Center (EOC) strategic objectives.
Develops, implements, and evaluates initiatives in assigned programs.
Manages program(s), resolving issues and problems within the employee's control.
Monitors all aspects of program(s) for quality, effectiveness, and consistency.
Recommendations and contributions are accepted 90% of the time because they are based on demonstrated sound judgment and analyses, cost effectiveness, and sensitivity to the effects on overall policy.
These recommendations range from strategic approaches to very broad problems to tactical solutions impacting individual program or operational issues.
Provides timely and reliable technical advice and assistance to internal and external customers on task tracker and historian providing sounded advice based on solid knowledge on the proper application of Federal regulations, precedent cases, and relationships among interested parties.
Safeguards and protects the personally identifiable information of the general public from unauthorized disclosure also, works collaboratively with customers to review issues impacting functional areas and identify effective strategies to improve outcomes.
Demonstrates progress to developing projects while maintaining professional relationships with all stakeholders both internal and external that advance the Ebola response interests and promote collaboration, two way communication, teamwork and results.
Thoroughly and accurately researches issues in a timely manner.
Coordinates the tracking and completion of approximately 14 work assignments during weekend shifts.
Routinely exercise initiative, persistence, tact, and resourcefulness in establishing and continuing work relationships and gaining the confidence, support and compliance of those contacted.
Makes reasonable recommendations and decisions based on available guidance.
Ask questions for clarification and makes suggestions for implementation within the timeframes established by management.
Conduct research and data gathering in response to issues and other assignments that are complete, accurate, and relevant within established timeframes 95% of the time.
Writes documents required by the supervisor that are clear, concise, and understandable within established timeframes with a 95% accuracy rate.
As Historian Tracks 9 source documents to extract relevant cleared information to update source document for the Policy Unit and other interested parties and take actions required by directives within the timeframes required with a 97% completion rate.
Supervisor: LaBrina Jones (678-949-7557) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
12/2012 to 11/2014
Senior Enlisted Leader Public Health DirectorateUnited States Navy/Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune － Jacksonville, NC
Hours per week: 52 Provided Expert Oversight and management to the weekly collection and safe handling/disposal of 4500 lbs of Hazardous Medical Waste from Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune and five satellite clinics Environmental Compliance and Hazardous Medical Waste program under Occupational Safety and Health Administration(OSHA/Environmental Protection Agency EPA)program averting $32,000 in State and Federal related fines with $4.8 million annual savings.Served as a Technical Advisor and supervisor to the 2013-2014 Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune (NHCL)Influenza Vaccine Committee and fostered an environment of success and cooperation among a diverse team execution this year Vaccination Rodeo/Shot-Ex of over 2,500 NAVHOSP Staff, DOD Schools, Child Development Centers, Firefighters, Retiree Health Fair, and all other beneficiaries.
Worked in a 82 bed facility medicine teaching hospital with 5 Branch Clinics, annually performing 45000 outpatient visits and 65000 admissions.
Instrumental in support of the Command record setting 2013 Safety Expo which included a record attendance of 855 military and civilian personnel with a 35% increase in attendance rate.
Collaborated with senior officials and designed a comprehensive emergency preparedness program with constant evaluation, re-evaluation, and testing of procedures on an on-going basis.
Addressed recent bacterial meningitis scare and executed an emergency plan of action which included containment, quarantine practices, screening and treatment for a population of 1600 Marines and Sailors assigned to a training battalion.Proficiently knowledgeable about healthcare delivery system, medical terminology, procedures, disease surveillance and reporting procedures as well as inpatient and outpatient treatment processing.
Conducted bacteriological analysis of food, water, and ice samples.Conducted epidemiological investigations and reporting (Disease Alert Report).
Supervised staff to properly interview and counsel patients with sexually transmitted diseases and other communicable diseases.
Supervised and coordinated mass immunization programs and conducted nosocomial infection control programs.
Investigated health problems among workers at a variety of different military installations, to determine probable cause, and recommended measures to protect workers' health.
Applied statistical methods to human mortality, morbidity, and demographic studies.
Conducted disease vector (insects, rodents, parasites, and other pests) control programs(surveys, identification, and pesticide application and other control measures).
Conducted monthly inspections and generated reports of findings.
02/2012 to 11/2012
Navy Liaison Officer/Senior LeaderUnited States Navy/Task Force Medical Afghanistan Theater
Afghanistan － Kandahar, Afghanistan
Hours per week: 84 Hand selected to provide leadership guidance and supervision of 130 Doctors, Nurses, Technical Experts allied professionals assigned to Bravo Surgical Company in the delivery of medical surgical and Resuscitative Service Support to US military, NATO allied forces, and Humanitarian Relief to civilian Afghans throughout Regional Command West (RC West) Afghanistan.
Effectively managed a budget of over $5.8 Million in support of 2 Forward Resuscitative Service Systems and 4 Shock Trauma Platoons across the austere environment of the Helmand province Afghanistan increasing survivability from Combat related Traumatic Injuries by 90%.
Served as a Liaison Officer and Task Force Med Afghanistan (TEMA) Information Systems Flight Chief, synchronized the efforts of 224 integrated Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Coalition medical forces distributed across 11 forward operating bases.
Improved the planning, synchronization and movement of casualties within NATO Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit, Direct Reporting Units (DRU's), 5 theater based medical detachments, 11 tenant units on Bagram Airfield and TFMA.
Impacted immediately upon arrival and improved situation awareness in the management of 1025 multinational OEF casualties while effectively communicating with 16 DRU's comprised of 700 military personnel from three US branches of service, Headquarters North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Afghan Defense Ministry with a 99.7% accuracy and survivability rate.
Provided Chief Petty Officer (CPO) leadership to a company of 77 Officers and 105 enlisted during pre-deployment training at Naval Expeditionary Medical Training Institute and a platoon of 27 at Expeditionary Combat Readiness Center Fort Jackson.
Compiled a comprehensive listing of Navy, Army and Air Force Officers and enlisted medical work codes that helped identify and prioritize critical needs associated staffing and manning at Navy Role 3 Multi Medical Unit (MMU) and its Direct Reporting Units (DRU's) by 95%.
Sought out by subordinates, peers and superiors for his sound judgment and guidance.
Expertly led a company of 182 sailors, 77 Officers, and 105 enlisted during 1st of its class Expeditionary Training at Naval Expeditionary Medical Training (NEMT).
Cultivated a cohesive "Espirit de corps" among the ranks surpassing all expectations with 100% passing rate by medical and non-medical personnel.
Provided physical and rehab training to sailors, soldiers, and airman on Bagram (BAF), RAN 2, 10K's & 4-5K's.
Provided solid recommendation to modified Bagram Sailor of the month grading sheet.
Provided training on leadership and Navy Core Values during CPO 365 at Bagram (BAF) and Kandahar (KAF) Air Force Base; CPO Academy Instructor at BAF.
01/2012 to 01/2014
Hospital － Camp Lejeune, NC
providing up to date brief and.
Communicable Disease and Environmental Health related problem/concerns.
Chief Preventive Medicine Unit/Senior Advisor at the.
weekly Commanding Officer Brief, 2nd Medical Battalion, Combat Logistic.
01/2008 to 01/2011
Senior Leader/AdvisorCamp Lejeune, NC
at the weekly Commanders Brief, Bravo Medical.
Supervisor: Director of Public Health Glene Smith (910-340-0970).
Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
01/2008 to 02/2012
US Navy Camp Lejeune － Camp Lejeune, NC
Hours per week: 60.
01/2003 to 12/2007
Preventive Medicine and Environmental Health TechnicianUnited States Navy Naval Regional Center － Portsmouth, United States, VA
Hours per week: 55 Provided professional development for subordinates with respect using team.
principles in direct support to 12 Sailors and 15 civilian personnel (7 Nurse Practitioners, and 8 Registered Nurses) in the execution of medical screening and evaluation of 118,000 Sailors and Marines assigned to the Atlantic Fleet.
Developed a standardized appointment booking system for the Preventive.
Health Assessment Clinic, Naval Regional Center Portsmouth, VA.
Eliminated duplication, reduced staff workload, and increased readiness of 3,700 beneficiaries from 87% to 98% provided strong leadership and exemplified strong organizational skills and technical knowledge thus redefining goals and the mission of Preventive Medicine Unit.
Oversaw the completion of over 8,300 monthly and quarterly food and sanitation inspections to include four mayor areas gyms, five Child Care Development Centers (CDC'), one public recreational water "Onslow Beach"), 5 indoor and outdoor pools 8 Baber shops, various other facilities utilized by the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune.
Increased preventive medicine technicians' productivity in less than 30 days with a performance of over 50%.
Instituted a unit leadership development program by consolidating unit personnel and assignments into teams (Epidemiology, Entomology, Environmental Health); improving leadership skills while increasing productivity in the following areas: Epidemiology by 45%, Entomology by 70%, and Environmental Health by 30%.
Responsible for Preventive Medicine programs supporting Forward Observation Base of 5000 personnel.
Supervised 24 active duty personnel.
Despite a 50% staffing shortfall, supported a population of 5000 troops on Taqaddum, Iraq.
Led the Preventive Medicine Unit with high efficiency and accuracy, resulting in zero disease outbreaks, best in the Area of Operation.
Instituted an indoor insecticide treatment program and successfully treated 95% of all berthing spaces and significantly reduced the number of insect bite complaints.
Completed an "outside of the wire" insecticide treatment mission which treated 98% of all living quarters on in support of the Iraqi National Guard.
Efforts resulted in zero vector-borne illnesses.
Implemented a fly control program at all five dining facilities on Camp Taqaddum and focused on establishing kill zones which reduced the overall fly population by 80%.
Created a Black Water Control Program that established regular rotation of all black water pits, extending productivity of 3 black water pits from 90 days to over 210 days.
Managed a Preventive Medicine Authorized Medical Allowance List block and was in charge of the use and storage of vector control material and equipment valued at $204,0000.
Worked as a Food Safety Instructor, HIV/AIDS Instructor, CPR Instructor-9, Command Barracks Manager and served on the Multi-Cultural Committee.
Spear headed STD/HIV training to over 200 Sailors from satellite commands.
Performed over 600 STD interviews and patient training sessions.
Completed over 1200 annual and monthly Tuberculosis evaluations.
Provided CPR training and certification for over 300 Sailors, maintained superb Heat Stress, Hearing Conservation and Immunization programs and ensured TORTUGA was infestation free during deployment.
Worked as Sick-Call Supervisor and Shipboard Indoctrination Instructor.
Superior knowledge in the area of food service sanitation and instrumental in Tortuga's nomination for the Captain Edward F.
Ney Award for the best food service in the Fleet.
Exceptional medical trainer and provided guidance throughout the chain of command in the areas of preventive medicine, healthcare, and sanitation.
Responsible for achieving 97.7 percent overall on the Medical Readiness Assessment with 100 percent in immunizations and health record maintenance.
Developed a Preventative Health Assessment tracking system and helped to redesign the appointment booking and notification system.
Reduced Preventive Health Assessment (PHA) Clinic appointment time by 45 minutes, increased the command's readiness to 86 percent and increased overall customer satisfaction by 35 percent.
Provided technical and logistical support to 31 tenant commands.
Created and processed 10-month data base report which quantified information from tenant commands and allowed commands to compose quick action teams and deploy a rapid action team based on the information provided which improved readiness by 20 percent.
In charge of the Medical Acute Care Unit.
Responsible for providing level one emergency medical care and establishing liaison between civilian level 3 trauma facility and military level 2 facility/hospital.
Provided routine sick call with referrals to specialized clinics such as Ears, Nose and Throat, Orthopedic, and general surgery.
Chief Petty OfficerNaval Hospital
Camp Lejeune and executed aggressive personnel accountability program to rebuild individual and organizational core values, improving productivity by 15% and provided continuity to hospital grounds maintenance,1/2 tons foliage removal filling a void left by contractors during Federal Budget Continuing Appropriations Resolution.
Maintained inter-agencies communications and updates on nationwide alerts on Food Alerts to include international Disease Outbreaks.
Expertly lead a very diverse multidisciplinary team of 172 Specialized Medical Technicians, Bulk Store Handlers, Engineers, Navy Culinary Specialist, 17 Army Food Specialist Techs(68R) and Animal Care Specialist(68T), 7 Junior Officers and 68 Civilians personnel delivering Public Health and Environmental Health Services to 68,000 military and civilian personnel on-board Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune with an improved 20% rate in productivity and zero major adverse reporting.
Used analytical problem solving in delivering active quality improvements to a process improvement system which included the interdepartmental coordination and the habilitation of 4, much needed audiometric testing vehicles with complex Hearing Conservation Audiometric equipment mitigating a critical demand for periodic testing driven by the implementation of a new and effective policy.
Averted cancellation of the scheduled 2013 Annual Influenza Vaccination at the Marine Corps base Camp Lejeune main Exchange due to space availability, reduced overcrowding at the Hospital Immunization Core Clinic, reduced appointment time in comparison to previous year by 10 Mins and improved overall customer satisfaction by 30%.Chief Public Health Directorate/Senior Advisor at the weekly Board of Directors meeting, Naval.
Senior Enlisted LeaderPreventive Medicine Unit
Effectively managed the Marine Corps Base (MCB)Camp Lejeune Pesticide Program and repository with a 100% passing rate during three base wide Safety Inspections and two state wide Environmental and Protection Agency Inspections (EPA).Chemically treated 26000 uniforms and placed 322 mosquitoes traps ensuring 100% Marine Expeditionary Force operational readiness.Provided three months of reporting consistently to the unit thus increasing productivity of 43 Environmental Health Programs by 30% while improving a staff of 8 productivity by 50%.
Completed an Environmental and Entomological survey of Forward Observation Post.
Implemented a practical assessment and control to a WASP infestation affecting the Forward Observation Post.
Oversaw environmental activities at the Naval Hospital, 7 Branch Clinics and a number of cross-service supported organizations to include Navy Medical, Army Veterinary, Marine Corps medical aid and dental care command elements.Re-established cooperative ventures with Onslow County Public Health Vector Control and North Carolina Public Health Department on communicable diseases and Environmental Protection Agency to improve base-wide public health services.
Efforts increased consumer satisfaction from 81% to 95%.
Maximized operational readiness for 65000 II Marine Expeditionary Force personnel by developing a Quarterly Preventive Medicine Electronic Publication addressing current Force Health Protection measures to supplement information normally disseminated during training stand-downs.
Deployed forces as part of OIF and OEF.
Provided management and leadership Health Service Support to Marine Expeditionary Units (MEU).
Led 22 sailors and 3 Junior Officers in a Preventive Medicine Unit with a high deployment tempo while providing uninterrupted Public Health Services to 84000 base personnel.
Hand selected to lead a Command Equal Opportunity Program Manager for a battalion of 569 Marines, and Sailors expertly coordinating 8 successful command Heritage Programs embracing cohesion, diversity and core values throughout the command and generated the highest positive reviews during the Commanding Officer Command Assessment Evaluation Report.
Exceptional leadership and promoted culture of wellness within the unit and among the battalion resulting in 100% pass rate.
Proposed and implemented the Preventive Medicine Quarterly Publication providing most recent Public Health findings, and recommendations to educate entire II Marine Expeditionary Force thus including future projects, health related issues, recommendations, research findings, and local, state, national and international significant disease alerts.
Pioneered bi-monthly training and 2 training rodeos for over 20 Sailors,his Superb leadership skills was instrumental in redefining the mission of the Preventive Medicine Unit.
Increased overall productivity by 45.7% and established a strong collaborative work relationship with external environmental health authorities.Hand selected by Command Master Chief to lead BRAVO Medical Company.
Providing outstanding leadership and guidance to over 130 Sailors from 24 tenant commands, 16 Junior Officers, 5 Chief Petty Officers and 10 Marines in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF).Effectively managed a budget well over 5.8 million in support of 2 Forward Resuscitative Service System (FRSS) and 4 Expeditionary Shock Trauma Platoons located throughout the austere environment of the Helmand province Afghanistan.
Spear headed and aggressive Fleet Maine Force Warfare Program qualifying 44 out of 45 Sailors (97.8%); conducted 25 Career Development Boards and 80% of his Marines completed Basic Marine Corps Institute Training (MCI's).Designed and implemented a Chain of Custody Report giving Convoy Commanders 100% accountability from 80% to a strong 96%.Maintained direct coordination with 65 government and private food vending and dining facilities managers and supervisors throughout inspections, training, certifications and coordination to ensure 100% safety in the delivery of nutrients and subsistence to 68,000 military and civilian consumers producing the highest level of Customer Satisfaction obtained through surveys as well as zero major food related communicable disease outbreak to report.
Performed field testing techniques and collection methods in the collection and evaluation of air, soil, water and air Sampling: The use of Sample collection device (SCD) to collect air sample in the field in order to screen for contaminants within the air via the use of high volume sampling pump drawing air into adsorption tubes containing activated carbon, silica gel or other absorbent.Indoor air sampling for asbestos and carbon monoxide was conducted in living spaces and offices on military installations and field environment (Iraq & Afghanistan) Soil, Asbestos fibers Radioactive material and Volatile Organic Compound collection and sampling.
All in accordance to the DOD and Congressional mandates.
Supervisor: Department Head Preventive Medicine Unit (904-541-0562) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
Firdious Halwany (*) US Navy Environmental Health Officer 2522881040
Jinaki Gourdine US NAVY Environmental Health Officer 904-541-0562
(*) Indicates professional reference
Branch Medical Clinic, Naval Station Norfolk and Fleet and Family Medicine
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Firdious Halwany (*) US Navy Environmental Health Officer 2522881040 Jinaki Gourdine US NAVY Environmental Health Officer 904-541-0562 Indicates professional reference Additional Information: Navy Expeditionary Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal and Iraq Campaign Medal and NATO Medal The Army Commendation Medal-Task Force Medical South April 2012- September 2012 Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal (Gold Star) 2012, 2010 & 2008 Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal (Gold Star) 2005, 2003, 2002 & 2001 Navy Achievement Medal 1998 United States Marine Corp Certificate of Commendation 1st Marine Division 1996 Army Achievement Medal 1995-1996 Branch Medical Clinic, Naval Station Norfolk and Fleet and Family Medicine Security Clearance-Secret
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United States Navy Naval Regional Center
Preventive Medicine Unit
Troy State University
University of Panama, Panama City Panama
NAVAL SCHOOL OF HEATH AND SCIENCE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE SCHOOL
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Doctorate : Public Policy in Administration/Healthcare Services Master's Degree : Public Administration/Healthcare Services Bachelor's Degree : Biology Zoology Operations Security-The Next Generation (2008) Diversity All-Hands Training (2008) Malaria Prevention and Control (2008) Laboratory Identification of Malaria (2008) Medical Regulating (2008) DOD Information Assurance Awareness (2007) Advanced Medical Department Enlisted Course Unit 1, Organizational Structure Relationships and Policy Courses (2006) Advanced Medical Department Enlisted Course Unit 2, Utilization and Management of Resources Courses (2006) Advanced Medical Department Enlisted Course Unit 3, Operational Policies, Procedures, and Strategies Courses (2006) Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Explosive Operator Course 2006) Leading Chief Petty Officer Leadership Course (2006) Medical Regulating (2006) Category 8 Pesticide Applications (2007) Situational Leadership II (2004) Optimizing Team Performance (2004) Resolving Interpersonal Issues (2004) Navigating Change (2004) Managing Change (2002) Primary Leadership Development Program (2002) Department of Defense Navy Public Health Shipboard Pest Management Training and Certification (2000) Department of Defense (DOD) Certified HIV Instructor Trainer (2000) American Red Cross HIV Instructor Trainer-African American Community (San Diego) (1997-1998) American Red Cross HIV Instructor Trainer-American Red Cross (1998) Department of Defense US Navy Public Health Medical Entomology and PEST Management Technology (1998) Department of Defense US Navy Bureau of Medicine Malaria Prevention and Control (1998) Department of Defense US Navy Public Health Food Service Sanitation (1998) Department of Defense Bureau of Medicine Blood Component Therapy (1998) Department of Defense US Navy Public Health Heat Stress Food Service Sanitation Training / Certification (1998) Water Sanitation Technician / Certification (1998) Waste Water Management Treatment and Disposal Training (1998) Vector / Pest Control Training (1998) Medical and Sanitary Aspect of Chemical, Biological and Radiological (CBR) Training (1998) Occupational Health Training. Navy Occupational Safety and Health Program (NAVOH) Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Health and Occupational Health Training (1998) Helicopter Underwater Escape Training for NON-Aircrew (1998) Department of Defense (DOD), Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Training-Naval School of Health and Science
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