More than 40 years of progressive management experience in decision-making, problem-solving, and project/program management at all levels of management.
Over 20+ years of U.S. Army training experience with more than six years' US Army Staff experience in resource management.
Experienced in personnel planning and management; manpower modeling, planning and programming; fiscal program and budget development and execution; and strategic and operational readiness planning.
SECURITY CLEARANCE: SECRET
Senior Project Manager June 2009 to CurrentTAPE-LLC
Project Manager April 1999 to June 2009CACI
Supervises and leads a nine-person team that develops management plans over a 4 billion budget for individual, leader (both Officer and NCO), and specialized training conducted by the U.S.
Army and operates within a $1 million budget of payroll, travel, and other expenses.
Supervises the enhancements, analysis, and implementation individual training standards to resource development in the U.S.
Army and the use of schoolhouse cost factors that reflect a historical spending profile.
Supervises the development and analysis of requirements by school, product and priority.
Supervises the design and development of the of Web-based tools that assist the client in transaction and analysis processing to include vehicle mileage, CES rates, actual equipment usage, and actual school expense.
Senior Analyst April 1997 to April 1999CACI
Analyzed and processed civilian pay rates and equipment cost factors; updated ITRM manpower cost factor files; and validated equipment densities based on POI equipment requirements:.
Developed database programs in support of ITRM updates and production runs; refined cost factors and indirect OPTEMPO requirements; and provided information for operational and funding decisions.
APPLICATION PRODUCTS August 1990 to January 1997US Army
Various military assignments Advised the Commanding General, TRADOC, the impacts of current and future training initiatives on readiness, training, distance learning, leader development, and personnel programs.
Led and supervised staff and faculty that conducted the in/out processing, billeting, training, and commissioning of more than 1400 second lieutenants while revising OCS training for the Army.
Conducted and provided the cost impact analysis, detailed briefings, and recommendations to senior Army leadership for decisions on Variable Separation Initiative programs (VSI/SSB), early retirement, accession reductions, and recruiting initiatives to support downsizing and reshaping the Army.
Designed and developed operational and tactical plans for the deployment, training, and employment of a 550 personnel Bradley Fighting Vehicle Infantry Battalion on the CONUS and OCONUS battlefield, to include the yearly master training schedule and Combat Training Center rotation.
Developed and implemented integrated modeling systems for manpower programming and enlisted inventory planning that led to significant improvements in personnel readiness of the US Army.
Awarded the Institute of Management Sciences (ORSA/TIMS) Franz Edelman Management Science Finalists' Achievement Award as one of the top six finalists.
Led and supervised 155 people, 100+ vehicles, and $1.0M+ of equipment for 30 months with the responsibility of maintaining personnel administration, training, supply accountability, and equipment maintenance Extensive experience in using PC, LAN, and mainframe applications in daily work, including DOS/Windows operating environments; software packages including MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS PowerPoint, LOTUS 1-2-3, FoxPro DB.
Proficient in the use of HQDA DSS system.
PUBLICATIONS: Leadership Development: Measuring Behaviors of Direct Leaders on Junior Officers in the U.S.
Doctorate dissertation, University of Phoenix, 2011).
OCS: Commissioning 'Mainstay' prepares officers for Force XXI.
Army Magazine, 1997.
The US Army's Occupational Specialty Manpower Decision Support System.
Interfaces, 18(1), 57-73.
MS : Doctorate, Management - Information Systems & Technology Management, 1 2011DM/IST)' University of Phoenix Naval Postgraduate School － MontereyDoctorate, Management - Information Systems & Technology Management
BA : Economics, 1 1974University of Hawaii at ManoaEconomics
Pre-Command Course, Certificate, 1993, 120 hrs.
Diploma : 1 1987Command and General Staff College1395 hrs.
Army, budget, client, database, Decision Support, DOS, FoxPro, inventory, LAN, leadership, Leadership Development, LOTUS 1-2-3, mainframe, MS Access, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, Windows, MS Word, modeling, DB, payroll, personnel, programming, PUBLICATIONS, recruiting
1987, ORSA/TIMS Franz Edleman Finalist Award
2011, STRATHMORE'S Who's Who
2012, STRATHMORE'S Professional of the Year in Software