site lead iewtpt resume example with 20+ years of experience

(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

Intelligence professional since 1994, dealing with tactical, operational and theater level operations, integration and instruction. Highly experienced in development of adaptive solutions, time critical products, senior leader briefings, and mission execution. Led diverse teams of up to 60 people controlling multi-million dollar systems and cutting edge technology. Current TS/SCI clearance.

  • Strategic planning
  • Program management
  • Analytical problem solver
  • Process improvement strategies
  • DGS Operations
  • Market/Industry Knowledge
  • Windows Enterprise Desktop Technician
  • CompTIA Security + CE
American Military University Manassas, VA Expected in 2013 Master of Arts : Strategic Intelligence Operations - GPA :
Kansas State University Manhattan, KS Expected in 2003 Bachelor of Science : Geography - GPA :

Graduated with honors

Member of National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Member of the School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program

Member of Gamma Theta Upsilon, International Geography Honor Society

Community Service Chairman, Phi Eta Sigma, Collegiate Honor Society

Pre-Commissioning Officer Training Camp, Honor Graduate

Vice Wing Commander, Detachment 270, KSU ROTC

Linquest Corporation - Site Lead, IEWTPT
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 02/2011 - Current

Lead a small team to develop, integrate, evaluate and disseminate collective intelligence training scenarios across an enterprise of cross platform systems.

Develop innovative ways to promulgate collective intelligence training processes from team to Division level exercises.

Geo Group Inc. - DGS Mission Ops Commander/Asst Director of Operations
Hinton, OK, 02/2008 - Current

Manage operations oversight, training, professional development and mission support for more than 300 Airmen with a team of 57 dedicated professionals.

Led teams of up to 15 Airmen supporting unmanned aircraft system (UAS) support to ground operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Served as Collections Manager during Hurricanes Gustav and Ike in 2008, providing time critical analytical and remote sensing products to Governors in Louisiana, Mississippi and Florida.

Ita International - Program Manager/ Senior Intel Analyst
Baltimore, MD, 07/2009 - 02/2011

Country Lead for Persistent Surveillance and Dissemination System of Systems (PSDS2) program in Iraq. System included more than 250 ISR sensor feeds enhancing command and control, base defense, force protection, and mission integration.

Provided a majority of critical ISR and force protection FMV dissemination to USF-I, all three Division Headquarters and associated Brigade Operation Centers in Iraq.

Managed 40 ISR operators and system FSRs to provide combat forces with 24/7 ISR support.

Innovative ideas increased system fielding, sensor growth, and program representation by 40%.

Controlled daily tasking, maintenance, and operations of $30 million of ISR dissemination systems.

SAIC - Electronic Warfare Instructor
City, STATE, 08/2007 - 07/2009

Designed and conducted unique Electronic Warfare instruction for Military Transition Teams. Primary trainer for mission readiness exercises integrating electronic warfare into staff functions.

Trained 5,000+ soldiers in preparation for combat missions as coalition advisers in OIF and OEF.

Trained four Division level staffs during high level exercises, focusing on incorporating electronic warfare functions during joint operations in preparation for deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.

Air Force, Active Duty - Intelligence Officer
City, STATE, 04/2003 - 08/2007

Certified targeteer, all-source analyst, and team leader in PACOM/CENTCOM. Provided support during peacetime, contingency, combat, humanitarian, and Presidential directed operations.

Streamlined briefing procedures while building more than 100 daily intelligence read books for senior government and military officials and 150+ intelligence briefings for operational leaders.

Built a Presidential tasked strike option vs adversary missiles ranging the U.S. in 2006; coordinated national and theater agency efforts in a 20 day 24/7 surge operation resulting in 62 target dossiers.

US Marine Corps - Intelligence Specialist
City, STATE, 04/1994 - 03/2001

Served as NCO that trained and supervised 15 Electronic Warfare/SIGINT Marines.

PACOM special intelligence planner; conducted pre-deployment briefings to Regimental Staff.

Team leader for Radio Battalion Contact Team responsible for intelligence collections, COMINT, SIGINT and tactical electronic warfare training for 11th and 13th MEUs.

Professional Affiliations

Professional Associations: Association of Old Crows, Military Officers Association of America, National Military Intelligence Association, Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International


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School Attended

  • American Military University
  • Kansas State University

Job Titles Held:

  • Site Lead, IEWTPT
  • DGS Mission Ops Commander/Asst Director of Operations
  • Program Manager/ Senior Intel Analyst
  • Electronic Warfare Instructor
  • Intelligence Officer
  • Intelligence Specialist


  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Science

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