Senior Intelligence Professional
Security Clearance: Active TS/SCI, with polygraph
01/2013 to Current
Senior Intelligence AnalystFort Belvoir, Virginia
Experienced Intelligence Professional providing support to Government customer senior leadership responsible for cross-community engagement and collaboration on Activity Based Intelligence (ABI), analytical methodologies, frameworks, and tools.
As a Subject Matter Expert (SME), runs Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) in support of developing ABI tradecraft.
Provides analytical insights to assist Geospatial Analysts and Imagery Analysts in the conduct of their missions, and advises senior leadership on relevant technical, tradecraft, and policy issues.
As part of ABI, conducts pattern of life analysis to form models and predict behavior.
Applies project management skills to ensure comprehensive planning, budgeting, and coordination for successful project execution and delivery of capabilities which meet mission expectations.
As ABI SME, acts as liaison to community partners.
Supports community fora to enable solutions that advance multi-INT data and service sharing, including coordination and execution of capability and tool demonstrations.
Most recent work included integrating Foundation GEOINT (FG) Project works across government offices and programs in order to coordinate the Intelligence Community's (IC) understanding of the relationship between ABI, FG, Structured Observation Management (SOM) and how these integrate to enable Object Based Production (OBP).
This IC coordination required working with the highest representatives of ABI and these other disciplines, from ODNI, NGA, DIA, DoD, and NRO.
In addition to ABI, duties include working directly for the NGA Technology Executive using GEOINT tools such as ArcGIS, Google Earth, and Palantir.
Developed, and currently maintaining, the NGA automation operational needs database on SharePoint.
Served as Operations and Plans Officer at the National Media Exploitation Center (NMEC) as needed during surge periods and planning sessions.
01/2010 to Current
01/2010 to 01/2013
Senior OSINT and DOMEX AdvisorMcLean, Virginia
Senior intelligence staff officer supporting the Office of the Director of National Intelligent (ODNI) with the highly visible mission of working Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) and Document and Media Exploitation (DOMEX).
Devised appropriate CONOPs to meet OSINT requirements with information needs across the entire National Intelligence Priorities Framework (NIPF).
Translated strategic community mission and execution objectives and policies into concrete objectives, plans, and priorities for implementation by automation program managers, collection mission managers, and evaluation of OSINT outputs by analytic mission leaders.
Ensured an IC-wide perspective of OSINT collection requirements was applied to recommendations for resource allocation to improve OSINT collection and analysis support capabilities.
Represented the ODNI across the Congressional and Executive branches of the Federal government, the IC, and to state, local, and tribal interests regarding OSINT collection requirements.
Ensured that all OSINT activities were optimally integrated into core IC collection and analysis processes.
Advised IC organizations on the use of data mining and social network analysis as part of their collection and analysis missions.
Provided instruction to IC organizations on the use of ThemeMate, Auto Analyzer, and other open source search tools and collection management systems.
Assisted in managing the IC OSINT collection requirements process, with particular emphasis on improving the Open Source Collection and Acquisition Requirements Management System (OSCAR-MS).
Assessed performance management criteria, metrics, and reporting processes supporting effectiveness assessments of the OSINT discipline, to include emerging technologies such as the Strategic Insight Fusion Toolkit (SIFT).
Translated strategic community mission and execution objectives and policies into tangible and dynamic OSINT enterprise objectives, plans, and priorities.
Was personally responsible for coordinating monthly Collection Requirements Management Subcommittee and OSCAR-MS Engineering Review Board meetings.
Represented the Special Advisor for Collection Requirements Management in his absence.
01/2009 to 01/2010
GS5, Reston, Virginia.
Site Lead at the Open Source Analysis Augmentation Center (OSAAC), supporting the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO).
Directly managed 13 associates in three areas: the Global Information Research Center, the Cultural Research Center, and the Conferencing Center.
Served as executive editor and release authority for all written products sent to the JIEDDO Headquarters and the JIEDDO J2.
Served as the sole point of contact and interface to the government for matters associated with the production and relevance of open source products delivered in support of counter-IED (CIED) operations.
Was primarily responsible for efficient and effective open source research, analysis, and reporting of information related to various agencies, and the operation and integration of war gaming in support of counter IED operations.
Oversaw the management of a $3.5M annual contract with JIEDDO.
01/2007 to 01/2009
Senior Intelligence AnalystSAIC － Arlington, Virginia
responsible for intelligence analysis which included OSINT, SIGINT, ELINT, HUMINT and MASINT.
Worked directly with customers and team members to determine project scope and specifications in support of the Navy N2.
Provided research and analysis to support intelligence organizations and the Department of Defense.
Was responsible for preparing and presenting analysis of final products to customers, to include briefing senior members of the US Government.
Supported policy and procedures development for agency, interagency, and community wide support.
Used link analysis, machine learning, and behavior model building in conducting predictive analysis regarding potential conflict in the Middle East and other areas.
Assisted in establishing operational objectives and assignments.
Involved in developing, modifying and executing company and client policies which affected immediate operations.
Used ThemeMate, Auto Analyzer, and other tools to search for and collect open source and social media data.
Special areas of responsibility included serving as Middle East subject matter expert, Arabic language translation, and mentoring of mid-level and junior intelligence analysts.
01/2006 to 01/2007
Intelligence Analyst and Program ManagerComputer Sciences Corporation － Fairfax, Virginia
As intelligence analyst, performed all-source intelligence research and analysis on foreign underground facilities.
Used a variety of technologies and tools to produce intelligence reports, briefings, and other products for US Government clients.
Assessed relevance of collected data, prepared reports on analysis results, entered information into client databases, and fulfilled other ad hoc requirements.
Used Arabic language skills to exploit non-English data.
Interacted frequently with government intelligence analysts to coordinate task assignments.
As the Site Lead, was directly responsible for supervising five intelligence analysts, and overall responsible for supervising 19 intelligence analysts.
As the On-Site Program Manager, was responsible for managing a $3.4M annual contract with the US Government.
01/2004 to 01/2006
Defense and Army Attaché, U.S. Embassy, Sana'a, Yemen
Served as the representative to Yemen for the Secretary of Defense, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, the Army Chief of Staff, the Combatant Commanders, the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, foreign nations, and other organizations in Yemen.
Observed and reported defense, security, and political-military intelligence pertaining to Yemen and the region in accordance with national requirements.
Advised the U.S.
Ambassador on defense-related matters, and served as a member of the Country Team in Yemen.
Was responsible for the day-to-day functioning and budget of a Defense Attaché Office comprised of four military staff members.
Managed overt and special intelligence collection efforts in Yemen.
Was responsible for coordinating all military activities between the Armed Forces of the U.S.
Was responsible for all military intelligence exchange between the U.S.
and Yemen, and for all U.S.
military intelligence activities in Yemen.
01/2001 to 01/2003
Joint Headquarters DirectorU.S. Embassy
Provided advice, assistance, and training to the Kuwait Armed Forces in the development of an integrated management structure and doctrine to field new systems and implement the Kuwait approved Defense Review Group recommendations.
Supervised ten officers from three services assigned to the Joint Headquarters.
Advised the Directors of the Kuwait Joint Staff on improving operational readiness, national defense command structure, and the integration of a new Command, Control, and Communications architecture of the Kuwait Armed Forces.
Performed liaison duties in support of U.S.
Central Command coalition operations.
01/2000 to 01/2001
Brigade Operations OfficerFort Benning, Georgia
Primary staff officer responsible for all matters concerning operations, plans, security, organization, and training of a three battalion, 14 company brigade, which was responsible for training 12,000 Soldiers annually.
Prepared, coordinated, and published operations orders, training guidance, and instructions concerning all training activities, internal and external tasking support, VIP visits, ceremonies, training briefings, and Reserve Division mission support.
Directly supervised 17 officers, Soldiers, and civilian employees in accomplishing these missions.
01/1998 to 01/2000
Battalion Executive OfficerFort Benning, Georgia
Second in command of a battalion consisting of more than 1,300 Soldiers.
Assisted the Battalion Commander in ensuring that Soldiers were trained to standard in all basic skills, and that these Soldiers were motivated, physically fit, and disciplined.
Was directly responsible for supervising the battalion staff, which consisted of a human resources section, training and operations section, logistics section, Chaplain, Equal Opportunity representative, environmental representative, and a legal specialist.
Assisted the Battalion Commander in training, mentoring, leading, and developing seven captains, five lieutenants, and 107 noncommissioned officers and enlisted Soldiers.
Managed a $25 million training facility, and an annual budget of $150,000.
Served as Battalion Commander in his absence.
01/1997 to 01/1998
Brigade Logistics OfficerFort Benning, Georgia
Served as Logistics Officer of the United States Army Infantry Training Brigade, which consisted of six Infantry Battalions, one Reception Battalion, a Headquarters Company, and one of three Drill Sergeant Schools in the Army.
Managed an annual budget of more than $2.2 million, and was directly responsible for real property worth more than $25 million.
Resourced the training and provided support to more than 19,000 Soldiers annually.
Supervised a staff of 10 officers, Soldiers and civilians in accomplishing these missions.
01/1996 to 01/1997
Joint Actions Officer, Military Assistance Office, U.S.
Embassy, Amman, Jordan.
Planned, coordinated, managed, and executed sensitive political-military programs between the U.S.
and the Jordan Armed Forces.
Coordinated the U.S.
Central Command Combined Exercise Program, including Exercise Related Construction, Title 10 programs, and Humanitarian and Civic Assistance projects.
Coordinated all Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S./Jordan classified contingency planning.
Coordinated the Central Command and Special Operations Command counter-narcotics program and activities in Jordan.
Coordinated the Joint Military Commission Military Cooperation Subcommittee.
Served as Focal Point Systems Control Officer and Embassy Point of Contact for Special Category Programs.
01/1991 to 01/1993
Mechanized Infantry Company Commander － Fort Riley, Kansas