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     Date Submitted:21-01-2011
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     Current job:Missile Defense Agency C2BMC Development PM
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
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     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsProgram Management Systems Industrial Human Factors Manufacturing Engineering Research Development Mathematics Statistics
    CV

    Approved Active Duty USAF Military Retirement Date of 1 Jul 11
    Available 1 May 11

    OBJECTIVE: To foster organization success by obtaining a responsible position to apply proven leadership, instructional, technical, and organizational skills gained from a diverse military career as a scientist, engineer, university professor, program manager, and commander.

    SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
    Twenty years of documented success in key positions leading people, programs, and resources within schedule constraints. Expertise in strategic planning and technical execution both locally and internationally guiding billion dollar Department of Defense (DoD) acquisition programs.

    EDUCATION
    PhD Industrial & Systems Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
    MS Industrial Engineering, St. Mary's University, San Antonio, TX
    BS Engineering Psychology - Human Factors Engr., USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, CO
    Defense Systems Management Graduate - Advanced Program Management, Fort Belvoir, VA

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE / ACHIEVEMENTS
    United States Air Force Lt Col.                                                Active Top Secret clearance - SCI - 3/5/07

    Command and Control, Battle Management, and Communications (C2BMC) Development Program Manager, Huntsville, AL.  2008 - Present
    Leads the design, development, and integration efforts of Missile Defense Agency's (MDA) C2BMC. Leads 40-member General Officer directed team seamlessly integrating sensor data across AEGIS, THAAD, Patriot, and GMD weapon systems. Developed road map brief that heavily influenced Presidential decision to shift missile defense focus towards regional versus strategic efforts. Spearheaded 2-yr accelerated fielding of new MDA radar control capabilities.

    Chief, Air Force Affairs, Office of Defense Cooperation, Warsaw, Poland. 2005 - 2008
    Managed USAF Foreign Military Sales cases in the US Embassy involving the Government of Poland. Oversaw largest sales program in Europe. Made history by delivering 48 new F-16 fighter jets and support infrastructure totaling $3.5B to first former, Eastern Block, Warsaw Pact country.

    Basic Sciences Division Executive Officer, Course Director, Assistant Professor Department of Mathematics, USAF Academy, CO. 2002 - 2005
    Led 10 faculty members teaching statistics for 400 aspiring cadet engineers and scientists.

    Chief, Standardization, Evaluation and Policy, 34th Training Group
    Led leadership policy development and implementation for 4,100 member cadet wing.

    Commander, Cadet Squadron 22.
    Commanded, trained, mentored, and motivated 120 cadets. Provided military instruction and hands-on leadership and role model experience.

    SENSOR Program Manager, Peterson AFB, CO. 1999 - 2002
    Led 30 members to the successful award of a $1B, 18-yr engineering missile warning and space surveillance integration contract with MDA and Integrated Space C2 ISC2 contracts. As the Chief Quality Assurance Evaluator, led System Program Office's annual $35M, Cheyenne Mountain C2 Software Support contract. Responsible for program execution and contract performance evaluation. Led 10 member transition team during $1.5B ISC2 contract transition & Y2K Cheyenne Mountain successful roll-over efforts.

    Ph.D. Student, Air Force Institute of Technology, The Ohio State University, OH. 1997 - 1999
    Major: Manufacturing Systems Eng. Minors: Operations Manufacturing Mgt. & Human Factors Engr.

    Chief, C-130 Manufacturing/Quality Assurance, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 1995 - 1997
    Lead officer overseeing contractor's production of the C-130 Hercules Cargo plane. Saved program office $31M, resolved 29 mission degrading situations, cut C-130 post production reviews by 50%.

    Education with Industry Fellow, Moorestown, NJ. 1994 - 1995
    Served as Industrial, Human Factors, and Software Quality Assurance Engineer at Lockheed Martin's Government Electronics Systems plant supporting US Navy s AEGIS program. Won corporate level quality process innovation award for industrial engineering improvements. Mapped in plant software processes to ISO 9001 and SEI standards. Wrote human factors technical evaluations for major AEGIS sub systems.

    Occupational Analyst & Test Psychologist, Randolph AFB, TX. 1990 - 1994
    Planned, conducted, analyzed, presented special management projects for the USAF. Oversaw teams of technical subject matter experts in the construction of promotion tests for enlisted personnel.

    SIGNIFICANT AWARDS:
    2008 Achievement Award - Undersecretary of State - National Armaments Director
    Ministry of National Defense of the Republic of Poland
    2003 Team Chief - USAF Academy Training Wing Team of the Quarter
    2003 Team Chief - USAF Academy Training Group Team of the Year
    1999 National Society of Professional Engineer's "Federal Military Engineer of the Year"
    USAF Materiel Command winner chosen from 1,800 USAF military engineers
    1997 Society of Manufacturing Engineer's E. Wayne Kay National Fellowship Winner
    1990,94,99 Company Grade Officer of the Quarter
    1990 USAF Academy's Top Human Factors engineering graduate to enter career field
    1990 Graduated Top 12% in USAF Academy Order of Merit with academic distinction
    1986 High School, Camanche, IA - Sole class Valedictorian, all Iowa Scholar

    DAWIA ACQUISITION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:
    LVL3 Program Management
    LVL1 Manufacturing, Production, and Quality Assurance
    LVL1 Systems, Planning, Research, Development, and Engr.
    MASTER Acquisition Corps Level
    SENIOR Space Professional Level

    PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION:
    DEC 06 Executive Military Leadership School
    JAN 02 Senior Military Leadership School
    DEC 96 Military Leadership School
    - Received Outstanding Contributor Award

    MAJOR MILITARY MEDALS:
    Defense Meritorious Service
    Meritorious Service 2
    USAF Commendation 2
    Joint Service Achievement
    USAF Achievement 2

    SECURITY CLEARANCE:
    Active Top Secret - SCI - 3/5/07

    LANGUAGES:
    BASIC - Spanish, Polish

    PREFERRED LOCATION:
    Colorado Springs, CO but will relocate from Huntsville, AL for the right opportunity.

    Approved Active Duty Military Retirement Date of 1 Jul 11
    Available 1 May 11


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