A highly motivated and experienced leader. Areas of expertise include quantitative analysis, resource management, strategic planning, public administration, and general healthcare administration.

Work History

Work History
Jan 2008 - Present

Assistant Professor

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Provides students with the necessary academic background to practice as a superior public health or preventive medicine officer in one of the Uniformed Services. Guides students in the acquisition of quantitative and analytical skills in biostatistics and epidemiology to identify and measure community health needs and to investigate the impact of biological, environmental, and/or behavioral factors to solve public health problems. Program Director for MedXellence Program, a continuing education project providing education in leadership and executive level decision-making with based on foundational qualitative and quantitative analysis relevant, timely, and valid information.
Jan 2006 - Present

Assistant Professor

University of Maryland
Course: HCAD 640 Financial Management for Health Care Organizations - Graduate
1991 - 2010

Lieutenant Commander

Jan 2006 - Mar 2008


Naval Medical Information Management Center
Developed packages for submission to Department of the Navy (DoN) and Military Health System (MHS) DBT offices to optimize the integration, efficiency and effectiveness of program acquisition. His efforts facilitate the strategic development and deployment of business IT assets that translate available funding, time and resources into maximum benefit.
2004 - 2006

Student, Operations Research

Naval Postgraduate School
2004 to 2006 Completed a multidisciplinary field of study composed of several basic areas including: Human Factors Engineering, System Safety, Health Hazards, Personnel Survivability, Manpower, Personnel, Training, and Habitability. Human Systems Integration (HSI) emphasizes human considerations as the top priority in systems design/acquisition to reduce life cycle costs and optimize system performance. Curriculum included Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) level II and DoD Test and Evaluation Certification.
Jan 2001 - Jan 2004

Director, Resources/Comptroller

Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit
Executed financial planning, programming and budgeting functions. Essential duties included business case and product line analysis as applied to cost finding. Exercises fiduciary responsibility of $2.5 Million OPTAR and $7 Million inventory of scientific and deployable laboratory equipment.
Jan 1999 - Jan 2001

Head, Medical Department

Responsible for personnel, logistics and operations of 48-bed inpatient facility. Facilities include 17-ICU beds, laboratory, three surgical suites, tele-radiography suite, pharmacy, physical rehabilitation and preventive / occupational medicine capabilities. Staff included three physicians, one dentist, three nurses and 80 hospital corps technicians.
Jan 1998 - Jan 1999

Deputy Department Head, Patient Administration

Naval Medical Center
Provided direct supervision of 146 military and civilian personnel responsible for maintaining daily operations of all subordinate divisions of within the department.
Jan 1997 - Jan 1998

Division Head

Naval Medical Center
Responsible for the administrative review and disposition of personnel with occupational related illness/injuries via the Disability Evaluation System. Responsible for the operation of an 83-bed transitional care facility.
Jan 1995 - Jan 1997

Division Head

Naval Medical Center
Responsible for marketing of TRICARE military health benefits within the hospital's catchment area. Coordinated the issue of Medical Non-Availability Statements and Care Authorizations for out of network hospitalization and outpatient treatment. Responsibilities included gathering utilization data and reporting trends. Responsible for day-to-day operations of the Admissions and Dispositions Office, Decedent Affairs Branch and Medical Evacuation Branch.
Jan 1993 - Jan 1995

Deputy Department Head

Deck Department
Jan 1991 - Jan 1993

Division Head

Head, Main Propulsions




Touro University International


Naval Postgraduate School
1992 - 1994


Troy State University
1987 - 1991


University of Minnesota-Twin Cities