Accomplished-results-focused management professional offering over 20 years of progressive leadership experience. Transforms high-potential staff into outstanding leaders who demonstrate the creativity and savvy that is critical to financial and operational success.
Awarded eight Army Achievement Medals.
Awarded three Army Commendation Medals.
Awarded the Meritorious Service Medal.
Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
Earned the Drivers and Material Handling Equipment Badge.
Selected over two senior Non-Commissioned Officers to serve as the Senior Platoon Sergeant for the United States Army Garrison Replacement Detachment.
Formally commended by the Fort Carson Garrison Commander for customer service.
Successfully coordinated all logistical support for a light infantry Battalion.
Revised and updated over 24 hours of instruction given to over 8,000 personnel annually.
Volunteered on several occasions as a military sponsor for local secondary schools.
Sacrificed personal and family time to coordinate Citizen Soldier Connection agency to ensure 70 Soldiers and their families were able to have Holiday celebrations with local volunteer families.
Devoted personal time to conduct Budget Counseling to numerous Soldiers and their families.
Responsible for the day to day operations of the Fort Carson Replacement Detachment; supervises the in-processing of newly arrived Soldiers to the Fort Carson United States Army Garrison Replacement Detachment (USAGRD); supervises and tasks the daily activities of seven Platoon Sergeants; counsels and mentors Soldiers on personal, financial, and military matters; ensures USAG barracks and assigned equipment valued at one million dollars are accounted for and maintained to the highest standards; reviews and updates required training material for in-processing Soldiers; works alongside civilian counterparts in scheduling and allotting time for briefings.
Responsible for the processing of incoming Soldiers to the Fort Carson USAG Replacement Detachment; responsible for accountability of all assigned Soldiers and the accomplishment of all missions and taskings; conducts formations and unit inspections; responsible for in-processing newly arriving Soldiers to the Replacement Detachment; works alongside civilian counterparts to assist in the seamless transition of the Soldier to their gaining unit; coordinates collection and ensures accuracy of administrative data; counsels and mentors Soldiers on personal, financial and military matters; responsible for equipment valued at $25,000.
Serves as a Section Sergeant for a fully digitized Distribution Platoon in charge of accountability, health, welfare, discipline, training and morale of two Noncommissioned Officers and seven Soldiers; responsible for the accountability, maintenance, and operation of two M978HEMMT, M1120 LHS, and five M998 HMMWV's valued at over $750,000; responsible for all aspects of Motor pool Operations, including but not limited to, Dispatching, Licensing, and compiling and managing transport requests while recording individual Soldier and mission data; performs duties as Platoon Sergeant in his absence.
Rear Detachment Company Commander/First Sergeant of a Brigade Support Battalion; responsible and accountable for the health, welfare, morale, discipline, training, safety and combat readiness of 25 Soldiers in different MOS's; responsible for the care of stay behind property worth $3.5 million dollars in organizational and installation property; served as the Command Finance NCO for the Battalion; responsible for advising the Battalion Commander on financial matters that affect Soldiers readiness.
Supervises and provides technical guidance to four Noncommissioned Officers and thirteen Soldiers in accomplishing their duties; organizes and participates in convoys; dispatches vehicles; verifies vehicle logbooks; receives and fills requests from authorized persons for motor transport; compiles time, mileage, and load data for equipment and vehicles valued at over $2.5 million; responsible for the operation of nine Loading Handling Systems M1120, five Light Medium Tactical Vehicles M1078, two Light Medium Tactical Vehicles M1088, and four Heavy Equipment Transporter M1070 to include self-recovery operations.
Graduated with Magna Cum Laude Honors.
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