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Work experience

May 2007Oct 2008

Facilities Supervisor

  • Managed day-to day operation of facilities which included, maintenance, catering, move coordination, space planning, landlord and property management liaison,  security, and security badge maintenance
  • Managed day-to day operations staff  of 15 for Office Services that included facilities, mail and receptionist
  • Responsible for building operations, fire safety, response to emergencies and business continuity that ensured confidence in employees
  • Facilitator and organizer of new hire orientation
  • Maintained and tracked appropriate assets of property, building and equipment
  • Managed and interacted with all external vendors providing various services
  • Respond to issues and request by Leadership
  • Create and manage annual budget for all facility related funds, ensuring invoices are paid correct and in a timely manner
  • Supervise, lead and mentor facilities staff in carrying out daily operational and career development objectives and goals
  • Assure consistency of Service activities across all sites in DC area
  • Ensured that Facility services, activities and processes met end-users needs and expectations consistently, while complying with organization standards, policies and practices
  • Coordinated facilities and related communications as appropriate
  • Managed several million dollar construction projects from office build outs to major renovations of space working with multiple vendors including electrical, plumbing, millwork. Also managed the bid process for construction projects to obtain best pricing.
Oct 2001Jan 2007

Supervisor III Facilities

  • Oversaw day-to-day facility operations for 4000+ employees at headquarters location
  • Supervised 10 departmental employees
  • Simultaneously managed employee issues, questions, and problems while responding in a timely manner
  • Negotiated and managed all facility vendor relationships, contracts and budget
  • Developed systems, processes, and best practices to optimize client satisfaction
  • Creator of training documentation including policy and procedure manuals and quick guides
  • Strategic liaison for Executive staff members and dealt with highly sensitive and confidential information and issues
Feb 1993Oct 2001

Supervisor I Facilities Coordinator

MCI Telecommunications
  • Oversaw facility operations for 11,000+ employees at nine locations
  • Managed twenty employees and contractors
  • Executed all OSHA rules and completed internal audits
  • Developed an inventory tracking database of all furniture assets
  • Produced monthly executive reports for management
  • Coordinated all new hire desktop set-up
  • Maintained accurate records of office supply levels at all nine locations


Northern Virginia Therapeutic Ri


  • Leadership in a Diverse Workplace, Online Course
  • Sexual Harassment,  Online Course
  • Ethical Decision Making, MCI Sponsored Course/Harvard Business
  • What is a Leader?, MCI Sponsored Course/Harvard Business
  • Techniques for Better Time Management, Deloitte Sponsored Course


Excellent references provided upon request


Obtain aposition with a results oriented company that seeks an ambitious and highly motivated individual.

Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program, Inc.

The Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program (NVTRP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of children and adults with disabilities, youth-at-risk, and veterans through the challenging, physically-active sport of horseback riding.

With our staff and dedicated volunteers NVTRP provides horseback riding lessons six days a week. Horseback riding has been shown to be one of the most beneficial forms of recreation for people with all types of disabilities.

Horseback riding is beneficial for people with all types of disabilities. Students are given the opportunity to feel freedom when riding a horse.

Who do we serve?

NVTRP offers service to a wide range of children/adults with special needs. We have helped people with disabilities such as:

·        Cerebral Palsy

·        Autism

·        Developmental Delay

·        ADD/ADHD

·        Vision, Speech, or Hearing Impairment

·        Learning Disabilities

·        Cognitive Disabilities

·        Emotional Disabilities

·        Traumatic Brain Injuries

·        Spina Bifida

·        Other

What are the benefits?

When riding a horse, our students are given the opportunity to feel freedom and power through movement.

As the horse walks, the movement is transferred to the rider, providing a combination of sensory, motor, and neurological stimulation.


You can share in the joy of our riders! NVTRP is able to operate because of our dedicated volunteers.  You too can help people with disabilities in your community by volunteering for our program.

Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program, Inc.


Experienced Facilities Manager.

  • Fifteen successful years in providing  customer service to large corporations
  • Extensive experience in all mailroom functions and logistics
  • Excellent communication skills and vendor relationships

Computer Software Skills. 

  • Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel
  • SAP
  • Ariba
  • Buyer
  • Neo-Track
  • Visio
  • Microsoft Project