Self-directed and accomplished community development professional with the ability to drive results and build strong business alliances. Over eight years of experience working cross-functionally to manage and execute high quality projects. Expert in analyzing existing operations and implementing effective systems, strategies and processes to improve organizational performance and increase standards.
Effective Communication Skills/Interpersonal
Sound Judgment/Decision Making
Senior Program Manager, 06/2010 to Current Fannie Mae – Washington, DC
Operate in a pivotal role in performing responsibilities related to the development, implementation, and administration of a national corporate grant strategy.
Build and cultivate partnerships with industry stakeholders, nonprofits, local and national government entities, and public/private funding community.
Serve as a representative in engagement opportunities to reflect community programming and effectiveness.
Provide value-added expertise in developing new concepts, techniques, and standards as they relate to the execution of strategic grant investments.
Oversee the progress of deliverables through ongoing project assessments/evaluations, site visits, and quarterly certification to company regulator.
Work across functions and businesses to create awareness of the philanthropic focus of the Company.
Provide liquidity to the housing market through the administration of a $20.6M grant investment spending plan.
Provide thought leadership to the overall strategic planning of funding priorities, identifying key indicators and interpreting data and trends.
Implement change initiatives designed to strengthen process, improve efficiencies and enhance department performance.
Present high-level overview and business justifications on grant investments to senior level officers.
Development Manager, 01/2008 to 09/2010 Family and Child Services – Washington, DC
Built infrastructure of organizations development program in order to diversify and expand revenue.
Worked cross-functionally to implement a $3M Capital Campaign, cultivating strategic relationships with potential funders and industry stakeholders.
Established and achieved program objectives through collaboration with senior management and execution of a comprehensive marketing and communications strategy.
Maintained departmental systems as a tool for ongoing donor stewardship including the coordination and production of donor appeals, community programs and special events.
Supported re-branding efforts including design and development of website, marketing and communication material and external awareness.
Communication Specialist/Controller, 10/2005 to 11/2007 United States Postal Inspection Service - Pinkerton Gov't Services – Dulles, VA
Provided centrally managed law enforcement radio monitoring with logging and recording of activity for Postal Inspectors, Postal Police, and OIG Agents.
Alarm monitoring of over 12,000 intrusion detection systems and emergency dispatch of local law enforcement, Postal Police, or Postal Inspectors.
Provided after-hours emergency phone coverage for all Inspection Service divisions and determine appropriate handling of emergency situations.
Incident reporting and analysis to appropriate division for follow up.
Confirmed active warrants and arrest through law enforcement control databases.
Donor Database Manager and Development Associate, 10/2004 to 01/2008 Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation – Alexandria, VA
Provided administrative support for all development activities.
Facilitated the timely communication to program supporters through various marketing and fundraising tools.
Managed database coordinating all technical functions and audit checks.
Implementation of a national direct mail campaign expanding organizational revenue and donor pool.
Created and maintain policy and procedures for system management.
Maintained working relationship with Regional Field Coordinators serving as a liaison for community and special events.
Bachelor of Arts: Criminal Justice Sociology, 2004 OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY - VA
Minor in Sociology
Associate of Arts: Paralegal Studies, 2001 HENRY FORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Dearborn, MI
Leadership Role: Capital Area Foreclosure Network Leadership Committee, United Way Affordable Housing Initiative Committee, Fannie Mae Disaster Response Team
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Companies Worked For:
Family and Child Services
United States Postal Inspection Service - Pinkerton Gov't Services
Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation
OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY
HENRY FORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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Senior Program Manager
Donor Database Manager and Development Associate
Bachelor of Arts : Criminal Justice Sociology , 2004 Associate of Arts : Paralegal Studies , 2001
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