FBI Special Agent offering 8-year tenure with the New York Field Office conducting terrorism investigations and SWAT operations. Exceptional leader focused on accomplishing missions and caring for subordinates.
Top Secret U.S. Government Security Clearance
Expert in planning and leading investigative and tactical operations
Expert in international terrorism investigations
Exercises moral and ethical leadership
03/2008 to Current
Special AgentFederal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) – New York, New York
Investigated numerous terrorism subjects per year, including operatives, financiers, and individuals providing material support.
Organized and executed numerous undercover operations in the continental United States and foreign countries.
Liaised with numerous foreign intelligence and law enforcement partners to further investigations and conducted numerous joint operations.
Presented information, intelligence, and operations to other FBI Field Offices and other government agencies, including the CIA, NSA, and Department of Defense.
Trained and supervised 5 new Special Agents on Investigative Squad.
Trained and supervised 6 Special Agents as a Team Leader on the Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team; conducted over 100 operations within the New York area and elsewhere.
08/2004 to 09/2005
Infantry Company CommanderUnited States Army – Iraq
Commanded and led 5 officers and 135 enlisted personnel in combat and civil-military operations throughout Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom
Neutralized enemy in western Samarra while simultaneously renovating 15 schools and one mosque.
Constructed and supervised two Iraqi Election Polling Sites in Mosul while neutralizing enemy forces allowing 5,000 Iraqi citizens to cast votes
Rated by Brigade Commander as one of top 10% of his captains; rated by Battalion Commaner as one of top 5% of his captains
04/2003 to 08/2004
Battalion Logistics OfficerUnited States Army – Iraq and Schofield Barracks, Hawaii
Managed all logistics operations of an Infantry Battalion, to include supply requisitions, training resources, and a budget of over $370,000.
Moved 270 vehicles, 750 personnel, and all associated equipment via land, sea, and air to Iraq.
Streamlined the battalion's maintenance standard operating procedure resulting in over a 90% operational readiness rate of vehicles, weapons, and equipment.
03/2002 to 04/2003
Assistant Operations OfficerUnited States Army – Schofield Barracks, Hawaii
Tracked and synchronized current operations, readiness, and contingency preparations for over 15,000 soldiers assigned to the 25th Infantry Division
Coordinated military, state, and local agencies for contingencies, disaster relief, and mobilizations
04/2000 to 08/2001
Headquarters and Headquarters Company Executive OfficerUnited States Army – Ft. Stewart, Georgia and Bosnia-Herzegovina
Maintained deployment capability of 311-soldiers company ensuring successful deployments by land, sea, or air in support of contingency operations
Planned, briefed, and executed the deployment of $65 million of equipment during battalion's deployments from Ft. Stewart, GA to both Ft. Polk, LA and Bosnia-Herzegovina
Managed the service and maintenance program for 189 vehicles and all weapon systems while deployed to Bosnia-Herzegovina in support of peace-keeping operations
07/1999 to 04/2000
Infantry Company Executive OfficerUnited States Army – Ft. Stewart, GA
Served as second-in-command of a 108-soldier company and maintained over $23 million worth of vehicles and equipment
Resourced, planned, and executed several company training events
04/1998 to 07/1999
Infantry Platoon LeaderUnited States Army – Ft. Stewart, GA
Commanded rapidly deployable mechanized infantry platoon consisting of 25 soldiers, 4 Bradley Fighting Vehicles, and property valued in excess of $7 million.
Led infantry platoon, two Military Police squads, and an Explosive Ordnance Disposal team to secure a US Army storage site in Qatar against an pending terrorist attack.
Bachelor of Science: Comparative Pollitics United States Military Academy - West Point, NY