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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 2006Dec 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 2000Jun 2001

Finance Director

Committee to Elect Steve Grosman

Education

Aug 1997Oct 1999

Master of Arts

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

Aug 1992May 1997

Bachelor of Arts

Graduated cum laude with Honors and Distinction in Major

Profile

  • 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.

Awards

  • 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.

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Department of the Army