Printing tool Download PDF


Phil Monkress: University of Oklahoma Football Players Invited to National Football League Scouting CombinePhil Monkress, a fan of University of Oklahoma (UO) football and stays up to date with the team’s current events, is formerly the Corporate Executive Officer of All Points Logistics in Merritt Island, Florida. Recently, six former football players from the UO program were invited to attend the National Football League (NFL) Scouting Combine. Boasting more participants than all other Big 12 schools, UO is proud to send safety Tony Jefferson, quarterback Landry Jones, wide receiver Kenny Stills, offensive tackle Stacy McGee, and linebacker Tom Wort to Indianapolis for the 2013 Combine. Combine attendees are chosen by a selection committee made up of directors of national scouting services representing 25 teams from the NFL. In the history of the NFL draft, 357 UO players have attended, the fourth-highest total among all schools in the nation.

Phil Monkress -

Phil Monkress | LinkedIn

Work experience

Aug 1999May 2012


All Points Logistics

Strategic Planning and Management of substantial business development contract support operations to include multiple projects. Organizes, directs, and coordinates planning and production of the entire contractor's support activities. Formulates and reviews project plans, determines cost, and ensures conformance to work standards. Assigns, schedules, and reviews work of subordinates. Able to evaluate proposed information systems to determine technical feasibility with government specified technologies cost for implementation and operation, as well as functional adequacy. Demonstrated experience strategic planning and managing a team composed of various professionals and specialists in designing and implementing complex systems whether it be new design and implementation or maintain and support of existing programs. Program Manager for a large, complex program with centralized and task orders support requirements. Responsible for formulating and enforcing work standards, assigning contractor schedules, reviewing work discrepancies, supervising contractor personnel and communicating policies, purposes, and goals of the organization to subordinates. Responsible for overall contract performance.

Phil Monkress' VisualCV Blog


Sep 1982May 1994

Valdosta State University