Work History

Work History
Jun 2008 - Present

Army Recruiter

U.S. Army

Establishe and maintain contacts:

Contact, interview, and advise qualified applicants for enlistment into the Army. Contact representatives of schools, public officials, personnel managers, parents of prospective applicants, religious and civil leaders, and others to present the Army as an employment and career opportunity. Present formal and informal talks on advantages of the Army at civic and service organizations and student bodies.


Distribute and display recruiting publicity material. Establishe liaisons with local radio, television, and newspaper agencies. Write, edit, or present recruiting material for use by local communications agencies. Lend and exhibit motion pictures for civic, fraternal, and service organizations and educational institutions.

Conduct interview:

Interview and counsel prospective enlistees. Discusses individual aims and goals to include security, personal aptitudes, training opportunities, job satisfaction and stability, advancement, prestige, and military life. Explain Army benefits to Prospects and Influencers. Evaluate applicants’ occupational, educational, and psychological background to determine Army programs with specific individual appeal. Explain occupational and organizational structure of the Army to applicants, parents, and interested groups of individuals.

Evaluate applicant:

Administer and score screening physical examination, and enlisted screening test of applicants and counsel with regard to reasonable occupational aspirations within the Army. Counsel disqualified applicants. Assist in administration of Armed Services Vocational Battery (ASVAB) and explain results to school officials and students.


Advise applicants of disqualification's which are waiverable and assists preparation of waiver application. Gather individual data and prepare forms and documents incident to enlistment processing. Arrange for transportation, meals, and lodging for applicants where required. Maintain prospect card files, school program folders, and prospecting lists. Assist in market research and analysis of recruiting territory and make appropriate recommendations to station commander.

May 2006 - May 2008

Space Support Element Section Leader

U.S. Army

Section Leader for Information Operations, Special Technical Operations, and Space Support Element sections in the 25th Infantry Division operating as a Multi-National Division North Iraq. Managed Special Technical Operations and Alternative Control Measures. Maintained updated Satelite imagery and monitored Satellite positioning tools.

Jun 2005 - May 2006

Topographic Sergeant

U.S. Army

Supervised project tracking, production and reviewing of digital topographic products. Trained, maintained and mentored subordinates on Geospatial Information computer systems and equipment.

Mar 2004 - May 2005

Topographic Analyst

U.S. Army

Primary topographic Analyst for the Engineer Brigade of the 1st Cavalry Division while based in Iraq. Provided topographic products and updated terrain database information to 5 lower echelons of the Brigade. Collected, evaluated and managed database production of terrain products; Advised higher command on products and created database information of all working areas of interest.

Jul 2001 - Feb 2004

Topographic Analyst

U.S. Army

Collected and Analyzed geographic information to produce tactical decision aids and special terrain products for planning and deploying.

Apr 2000 - Jul 2001

Topographic Analyst Trainee

U.S. Army

Graduated the Defense Mapping School for the U.S. Army where I learned several different skill sets to include Cartography and Satellite Imaging. Was trained in Geospatial Intelligence Systems such as Leica, ArcMap and ArcView.

Jan 2000 - Mar 2000

Basic Trainee

U.S. Army

Became trained and proficient in the Army basic Soldier tasks and drills during Basic Combat Training.


Jul 2008 - Present

Pierce College
Jan 2006 - May 2008


Salsa Dancing



Experienced GIS analyst with solid military background and a Top Secret clearance



  • Recognized for having 9 years of Honorable Military service with no negative actions taken against me.
  • Developed highly tuned leadership and communication skills as well as multitasking without error.
  • Mulitiple cultural awareness experiences; worked in close relation to several governors and public workers of Iraq.


  • Honored as the Distinguished Honor Graduate at the Defense Mapping School in August 2000
  • Recognized as the Distinguished Honor Graduate at the Primary Leadership Development Course in Fort Hood, TX October 2003.

Top Secret

U.S. Army