Timothy Phillips

Work experience

Work experience

Director of Logistics & Supply Chain

U.S. Army
  • Hand-selected over 24 senior-ranking officers to direct the logistics activities of a $200M USD organization.
  • Implemented Six Sigma process improvement to increase efficiency of unit property accountability systems, saving the Army over $900,000 in both FY06 and FY 07. 
  • Directed the implementation of a maintenance supportability package to provide full-spectrum logistics support for Army units throughout the Iraqi Theater of Operations.
  • Developed training support packages for on-the-job training, new equipment training and sustainment proficiency training for both Mine-Resistant, Ambush Protected Vehicle (MRAP) and M109A6 howitzer fieldings during pre- and deployment operations.
  • Incorporated design interface and logistics supportability parameters for safety, system survivability and energy management requirements for the procurement and fielding of a radical, new non-lethal, sonic weapon system in Iraq.
  • Reduced Slow-Moving Inventory (SMI) by more than $20M USD while deployed in an austere environment.
  • Directed the spending of a $6.4M USD procurement budget, creating strategic partnerships with international and local-national companies.
  • Used Integrated Logistics Support techniques to direct the development of a maintenance and services program for 114 combat vehicles, ensuring 100% operability rate.
  • Executed both pre- and post-award contracting functions, including the development of over 100 Statements of Work, for more than $20 million worth of contracts.
Mar 2006 - Dec 2006

Platoon Leader

U.S. Army
  • Developed and directed training activities, including evaluations and assessments of common soldier skills for 39 subordinates.
  • Directed, scheduled and coordinated for the maintenance and serviceability of 18 combat vehicles, ensuring a 100% operability rate.
May 2000 - Jun 2001

Finance Director

Committee to Elect Steve Grosman


Aug 1997 - Oct 1999

Master of Arts


Masters Thesis Winner of the E.C. Barksdale Essays in History from the University of Texas at Arlington

Aug 1992 - May 1997

Bachelor of Arts


Graduated cum laude with Honors and Distinction in Major


  • Adaptable and flexible operator, able to quickly anticipate and manage rapidly changing situations.
  • Articulate and clear communication style, enabling me to clearly communicate and connect with people of all backgrounds and cultures.
  • A values-based leader, dedicated to integrity and service and focused on organization improvement.


  • The Bronze Star, April 2007 – July 2008.
  • The Army Commendation Medal for Meritorious Service, March 2006 – October 2008
  • The Distinguished Military Graduate, United States Army Officer Candidate School, Class 07-05
  • Commandant’s List, United States Army Field Artillery School, Officer Basic Course, Class 500-05
  • Army Commendation Medal for Meritorious Service, August 2004 – May 2005.
  • Masters Thesis Winner, E.C. Barksdale Essays in History, University of Texas at Arlington, 1999.


Department of the Army