Manage multiple projects in a timely manner
*Effectively work as a team player
*Collaborate with multiple agencies simultaneously in order to achieve the organization's mission
*Write and research concise thorough reports
*Top Secret Clearance last updated 2011
*SCI Clearance granted 2013
Microsoft Windows /XP/Vista/7 Professional Operating System
Microsoft Office Suite Applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome
U.S. Office of Personnel Management Federal Investigative ServicesArlington, VASpecial Agent GS09/2006 to 02/2015
40 hours per week.
Successfully completed the Federal Background Investigator Course.
Completed complex background investigations for individuals working for the Federal Government and Contractor agencies, including conducting counterintelligence interviews.
Ensured investigations adhered to the adjudicative guidelines.
Wrote thorough but concise reports of investigative findings to agency standards.
Handled approximately 15 - 25 cases per month, simultaneously, which requires prioritization and working independently.
Reviewed and revised case reports of other investigators to ensure accuracy, completeness, and ease of reading.
Supervised other federal investigators (5 - 6 individuals), both in a temporary capacity and as a mentor.
Duties as a mentor included training new investigators in interviewing techniques and report writing; reviewing and editing mentee's reports, observing mentee investigative interviews and providing constructive feedback.
Acting Supervisor on an as needed basis for a team of approximately 15 individuals which involved approving reports, verifying and submitting time cards, troubleshooting any issues with field agents, attending supervisor meetings, and assigning work.
Completed Time and Attendance Reports for approximately 15 individuals.
Developed multiple spreadsheets to improve tracking of office vehicles and maintain tracking system of Temporary Duty (TDY) agents.
Institute for Law and JusticeAlexandria, VAResearch Assistant11/2002 to 09/2006
40 hours per week.
Collaborated with the Community Capacity Development Office (CCDO) to support consultant work with the Department of Housing and Urban Development Public Housing Safety Initiative and the Weed and Seed Technical Assistance Project.
Supported the CCDO Re-entry Initiative.
Managed consultant inquiries and reviewed all incoming reports to ensure all information was accurate and submitted in a timely manner.
Served as liaison between CCDO and consultants, tracked monthly expense reports, prepared and processed invoices.
Developed and wrote performance and outcome measures for consultant site visits.
Audited approximately 10 recipient sites to ensure compliance with federal grant awards funding.
Served as a moderator at multiple federal conference panel discussions.
Coordinated the development of an Automated Field Reporting System for the Metropolitan Police Department.
Administered the Homicide Database for the Metropolitan Police Department.
Conducted and finalized audits of closed homicide cases; revised and edited various research documents.
NRI Staffing Resources/Metropolitan Police DepartmentWashington, DCOffice Assistant07/2001 to 10/2002
40 hours per week.
Maintained and improved office filing system and database.
Provided administrative and technical assistance to all office employees.
Handled incoming calls and assisted visitors with their office inquiries.
Drafted and disseminated office correspondence.
Assisted with the Director's meeting schedule Office 15 - 20 hours per week.
Worked in the pre-trial section of the department interviewing pre-trial defendants.
Conducted background investigations.
Assisted with writing pre-trial reports.
Provided written and oral reports to Judges and the Assistant United States Attorneys.
United States Probation OfficeAtlanta, GAIntern01/2001 to 05/2001
Master of Arts:Criminology and Criminal JusticeDecember 2007University of Maryland, College Park, MDCriminology and Criminal Justice Classes in Statistics and Public Policy
*Focused graduate research on Reentry Initiatives
Bachelor of Science:Criminal JusticeMay 2001Morris Brown College, Atlanta, GACriminal Justice Magna cum laude
*Member of Golden Key International Honor Society
*Member of Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice National Honor Society
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