Cheryl Johnson

Objective

A position within a nonprofit organization that will allow me to utilize my knowledge, skills, and abilities in support of the organization's mission and goals.

Summary

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Excellent leadership and supervisory skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including proven experience liaising with other government agencies.
  • Strong mentoring skills.
  • Exceptional decision making skills.
  • Effective oral & written communication skills.
  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently and use good judgment.
  • Ability to think proactively and analytically, take initiative and see tasks through to completion with appropriate follow-up.

COMPUTER SKILLS

  • Microsoft Software (Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Project)
  • A+ Operating systems and A+ Hardware
  • MS Office 2000 Solution Development
  • MS SQL Server 2005
  • Web Authoring & Publishing (HTML documents, website presentation, building fill-in forms)
  • Government specific financial programs as required

Work History

Work History

Financial and Computer Support Technician

Air Force Office of Special Investigations
  • Performed systems, local area network (LAN) and workgroups systems administration.
  • Installation/configuration management including configuration of encryption devices.
  • Database development and management; system security; user account management; printer and peripheral management; user access, connectivity.
  • Monitoring of required network servers and application software releases.
  • Responsible for independently managing the unit's Operations and Maintenance budget to include validating and prioritizing funding requirement.
  • Pecuniary and administrative responsibility for confidential/contingency funds.
  • Prepared financial data for submission to higher headquarters.
  • Information management/investigative support.
  • Developed, standardized, and disseminated office instructions and procedures for creating documents or entering or retrieving data and established use of software.
  • Assisted Special Agents in background checks and compiling routine information involving persons under investigation.
  • Monitored and tracked status of case files.
Jun 2007 - Present

Budget Analyst

Dept of the Air Force
  • Functional point of contact for day-to-day budgetary and financial issues.
  • Review and prepare budget estimates and financial plans.
  • Monitor, track, and review obligations, expenditures, reimbursable orders, which require reporting differences from annual spend plan analyses.
  • Provide guidance on budgeting and related information, administer reviews and conduct special studies of budget and related information.
  • Liaison for Financial Working Group (FWG) and Financial Management Board (FMB)

Education

Education
May 2009 - Present

Master of Business Administration

Western Governors University
2005

Bachelor of Bachelor of Science

University of Phoenix

Top Secret

Air Force Office of Special Investigations