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Work experience

Jan 2010Mar 2010

Security Specialist

CUNY Research Foundation

•Conducted interviews of executives to determine possible security threats; made recommendations.•Conducted inspections of buildings and schools to assess vulnerability to terror attacks; drafted reports.•Completed reports to assist site in applying for Homeland Security Grant to improve security.

Jun 2009Aug 2009

Enforcement Intern at United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

•Researched relevant theories of discrimination and applicable EEOC laws to extract facts from Charges of Discrimination filed by employees, former employees, and/or job applicants.•Analyzed Charges of Discrimination and Employers' Position Statements in order to prepare reports of the findings for the investigators.•Recommended issuance of dismissal letters on probable cause findings to investigators.•Assisted in the investigation of complex systemic cases by analyzing data to identify whether a class of individuals has been adversely impacted.•Assisted Investigators in conducting intake interviews of potential Charging Parties.

Jun 2008Jul 2008

Investigative Intern

City of New York Department of Investigation

•Assigned to Department of Citywide Administrative Services Inspector General's office:•Assisted inspector general and investigators in research with regards to corruption by city employees.•Attended and reported back on court proceedings related to ongoing investigations.•Observed interviews of subjects possibly involved in illegal activities.•Assisted investigators with surveillance of subjects involved in illegal activities.

May 2001May 2006

Associate Employee Scheduler/Security Guard Supervisor

Elite Show Services Inc.

•Supervised security staff to ensure safety; oversaw compliance with company policies and scheduled staff for events.•Reconcile payroll discrepancies, managed employee files and conducted new employee orientations.•Promoted three times; recognized for consistently high achievement and dedication.


Jan 2009Jul 2010

Master's in Public Administration

John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Relevant Coursework:

Homeland Security and International Relations

Risk Analysis and Management

Computer Applications in Public Policy

Research Methods in Public Administration

Human Resources and Personnel Management

Policy Analysis in Criminal Justice

Jan 2007Feb 2009

Bachelor of Arts

John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Relevant Coursework:

Terrorism and International Relations

Global Crime and Economic Development

International Criminology

Computer Applications in Criminal Justice

Conflict Resolution


I have 8+ years experience in security and investigations both in the private and public sector, which coupled with my Masters in Public Administration, make an excellent combination. I am experienced in threat and vulnerability assessment as well as physical security management and logistics. I have a keen eye for detail and this has become a great asset while completing investigations for the various organizations that I have worked for. Within the security industry, I have been involved in staffing for large high profile events requiring security of more than 1,000 personnel. This “on the ground” and management experience in addition to my academic career has given me the insight needed for a career in security. My academic research projects include examining aviation security and counter-terrorism. This research includes comparing and contrasting new and innovative technologies to prevent terrorism as well as understanding the path and network of terrorists worldwide. All of which can be made available upon request. My goal is to be part of an organization in which security and safety of individuals is of utmost concern.


Aviation Security, Counter-Terrorism, Physical Security, Maritime Security, Event Security, Homeland Security and International Policy, Investigations, Risk, Emergency Management, Staffing, Logistics