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Certified Facilities Manager equipped with 20 years of progressively responsible experience directing operations, facilities management, and logistics functions for a construction contractor, major defense contractor and the military.Held the rank of Major in the United States Army and held a TS-SCI with CI Poly clearance.Named by Today’s Facility Manager magazine as a finalist for 2008 Facilities Executive of the Year.Applies outstanding communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with executives, support staff, external vendors, landlords, and property managers.Leverages technology to automate support services processes, resulting in greater efficiency, productivity, and accuracy.Works well both independently and as a team leader in fast-paced, rapidly-changing environments.Offers demonstrated abilities in resolving complex problems and making sound decisions within high-stress situations.

Work experience

Jan 2006Present

Logistics Section Chief

Fairfax County Medical Reserve Corps

With direction from the Incident Coordinator, this position oversees receipt, accounting, organization, distribution and reordering of the supplies and medications necessary for the operation of the dispensing site; participates in the development of the Incident Action Plan; serves as the principal point of contact with school system essential personnel to obtain furnishings and equipment necessary to operate the dispensing site and ensure these items are distributed properly to the units; supervises the Volunteer Coordinator and the volunteer check-in/check-out area. Serves as Incident Coordinator (IC) in the absence of the IC and the Operations Chief. Participates in a key leadership role during dispensing site mobilization.

Jun 2010Present

Senior Facility Manager

Jones Lang LaSalle

Manages 125 acre campus with 11 buildings, 2700 occupants and 2.7 million square feet.Sets clear goals and objectives that are aligned with client policies, goals and objectives and develop processes designed to promote effectiveness, efficiency, and reduce expenses and an air of partnership with and demonstration of a “Client First” attitude.Ensures that all contract requirements are met and provides timely and accurate feedback on all operational activities and issues by communicating with client’s representative daily.Co-ordinates safety audits, tests compliance with all established safety standards, and directs and corrects all shortcomings thereby identified.Maintains proper and continued operation of buildings' equipment, facilities, service level commitments to building occupants, and complies with client’s security requirements and provides periodic updates for Subcontractors to review to correct non-conformance and schedule timely inspections by regulatory agencies as required.Tracks and reports to client total employee hours worked separating regular and overtime hours, and total hours worked by Subcontractors or other third parties acting under the direction of Supplier. Manages all financial processes, including proper budgeting, analysis, forecasting, and cost control to operate within the approved Budget, 8.3 million dollars. Directs departmental managers to take ownership of all aspects of their budget and the budget process and oversees that adequate financial stewardship and controls are in place to comply with generally accepted accounting practices and the specific requirements of client, whichever is more stringent. Co-ordinates Supplier's resources to provide ongoing industry benchmarking (competitive analysis), internal operational and financial analyses, and human resources strategy as required Plans, presents and obtains approval for all operating expense budget plans and proposed variations to budget. Plans, budgets, obtains approval for and implement refurbishment/remodeling projects. Monitors all quality assurance procedures and implements client’s Facility Management Performance Plan. Monitors utility usage and implements utility management systems.Manage a staff of 27 with 5 direct reports including three separate unions.Reports to Client Relationship Manager.

Oct 2008May 2010

Director of Operations

Facilities Development Corporation

Provides leadership and strategic guidance for all activities of the corporation. Develops and executes plans to enhance profitability, productivity, and efficiency throughout the company’s operations. Responsible for ensuring the smooth and efficient running of the company. Designs and implements corporation policies and procedures and manages vendor and interdepartmental relationships. Duties and responsibilities include overseeing all projects and proposals, formulating policies, managing daily operations, planning the use of materials and human resources, and managing logistics. Implement improved processes and management methods to generate workflow optimization and higher ROI, productivity and revenues. Ensures that the corporation is migrating toward technology offerings that will generate higher efficiency, enhanced reporting and tracking capabilities, and substantial ROI.

Aug 2006Aug 2008

Director of Real Estate and Facilities, Intelligence Group

Northrop Grumman

Responsible for directing the acquisition (real estate), design, planning, construction, management and operations & maintenance of facilities. Manages $40 million budget, 41 facilities in 12 states. Oversees the coordination of building space allocation and layout, support services and facilities expansion. Direct managers in the operation of the organization including providing office space, furniture, fixtures, equipment and services including cleaning, receptionists, porters and self-service office supplies. Direct managers in the operation of Facilities Project Management organization including workspace planning and construction (offices and labs) for the execution and administration of business activities. Lead the TASC Facilities Board, Facilities Management Meeting and other working groups as directed. Responsible for the welfare and professional growth of five direct reports and 55 additional staff.

Jan 2005Aug 2006

Manager, Nationwide Support Services

Northrop Grumman

Provided support service to 33 locations nationwide. Prepared the $26.5-million 2006 budget for the real estate and support services division. Maintained an 8,800 square foot warehouse and a fleet of 11 vehicles. Advised program managers, directors, and vice presidents on all aspects of logistics. Supervised nine non-exempt and two exempt employees.

Jun 2002Dec 2004

Facilities Manager

Northrop Grumman

Provided ten locations with facilities services, including equipment/supply relocation, warehouse maintenance, and space planning. Offered expertise on various tasks, projects, and operations. Resolved complex problems and ensured schedules were met. Supervised a staff of six.

Jan 2000May 2002

Major, QM

US Army

• Planned and coordinated with the White House, State Department, and Department of Defense to conduct military ceremonies using Armed Services Honor Guards to directly support the President, Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Army Chief of Staff.

Jul 1997Jan 2000

Captain, QM

US Army

Captain, Service Detachment Commander, TS-SCI, Fort Bragg, NC (1998-2000)• Managed 111 soldiers and $10 million worth of equipment and supplies; organized three deployments of over 500 personnel and 120 pieces of equipment, and 22 deployments of 50 or fewer personnel and associated equipment.Captain, Supply Management Officer, TS-SCI, Fort Bragg, NC (1997-1998)• Supervised the supply and service support systems for a 1,380 person Special Forces Group. • Maintained an annual budget of $8 million; managed a property book with over 900 line items valued at $71 million.• Developed, prepared and presented a training program for the Ugandan Military in battalion level logistics for a Department of State initiative.• Supervised over 20 deployments totaling 169 personnel and 165 pieces of equipment.• Received and warehoused $5 million worth of equipment in support of the Department of State.



Facilities Management

George Mason University

Business Administration

University of Virginia - Darden Graduate School of Business Administration


Fordham University

Chaminade High School


Building Maintenance
Customer Service
Resource Optimization
Financial Management
Project Management
Team Building
Strategic Planning


Jul 2008Present

Facilities Management Professional

International Facilities Managers' Association
Sep 2005Sep 2013

Notary Public

Commonwealth of Virginia
Dec 2009Dec 2011

Certified Facilities Manager

International Facilities Managers' Association