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Versatile, energetic and highly motivated project manager and senior analyst who thrives on confronting complex problems and applying root cause analyses to devise creative solutions.Strategic thinker and idea generator who excels in an environment of change and growth.Expert in developing policies and operating procedures and conducting quality control and analyses.Consistent track record of completing and delivering projects under high pressure environment and within tight deadlines.
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Apr 2012 - Present
Director of Programs
Oct 2008 - Jun 2011
Sr. Management Analyst
Senior Management AnalystHandpicked by Culmen to lead and manage key initiative high visibility projects. Responsibilities included all aspects of the project management life cycle including developing project scope, schedule, milestones, action plans.
Leadership and Collaboration
·Functioned as primary coordinating officer between various agencies to organize and effectively communicate efforts before, during and after catastrophic events in the United States.
·Assisted organization in the development of a plan for coordinating the use of various agencies when responding to natural or man-made disasters.
·Assembled multi-disciplinary team of subject matter experts from four separate external organizations for key strategy planning meeting with senior executives.
·Organized performance meetings and forums and developed briefing books and “read ahead” materials for senior leadership.
·Developed periodic status reports and senior management presentations using Excel and PowerPoint.
Project Management and Strategy Development
·Managed multiple projects simultaneously and consistently met deadlines.
·Created strategy and recommendation to foster greater collaboration and unity of efforts between federal and state controlled agencies.
·Developed new strategy and recommendation that will strengthen the opportunities for the Air National Guard to play an active role in the protection and survivability of the United States’ critical infrastructure and key resources.
Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis
·Conducted quantitative analysis of sales processes for agencies and identified areas for process improvement.
·Identified opportunity for projected annual savings of $200K during domestic emergency operations through in-depth research and analysis of DOD Liaison Officer and Emergency Preparedness Liaison programs and policies.
·Performed quantitative analysis of foreign military sales metrics and identified areas for process improvement in collaboration with the office of the DSCA Strategic Planner and the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.
·Provided policy recommendations to senior military leadership for evaluating the planning, programming and budgeting systems.·
·Examined and developed qualitative performance analysis criteria to allow for performancemanagement of interagency intergovernmental division of NGB