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     Date Submitted:13-01-2017
     Last Modified:13-01-2017 (04:28)
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     Current job:Compliance Officer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSpaceports, on-airport launch sites, launch vehicles, deep space exploration, geostationary orbit
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    CAREER RELATED EXPERIENCE

    Airport Compliance Specialist, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Office of Airports; Washington, D.C. (August 2012­ Present)

    Investigate formal complaints against federally obligated airports and write determinations, detailing corrective actions to maintain grant eligibility.

    Expert on airport sponsor grant assurances and the FAA Airport Compliance Manual, Order 5190.6B

    Office of Airports Lead, FAA Commercial Space and Airports (Spaceport) Coordination Team.

    Lead compliance analyst on all airport competition plan reviews.

    Review Part 139 issues for spaceports and other unconventional operations.

    Authored several policy papers on access issues at both commercial service and general aviation airports.

    Member, Interagency Group on International Aviation

    Headquarters’ liaison to Regional and District Offices

    Lead analyst on airport privatization application reviews.

    Team Lead for mineral rights issues on airports

     

    Aviation Policy and Plans Analyst, Office of Policy and Planning; Washington, D.C. (September 2006­ August 2012)

    Member, Commercial Space Working Group. Researched, proposed, and debated airspace policy for commercial space launches and reentries.

    Conducted policy analysis and program evaluations. These examinations included data and cost­benefit analyses, political analysis, and budgetary reviews to make comprehensive decisions about policies, programs, and projects.

    Wrote economic position papers and served on the U.S. Panel for the Conference on Economics of Airports and Air Navigation (International Civil Aviation Organization).

    Presented research results and data interpretation to various audiences.

    Authored talking points, speeches, reports, research study summaries, and highlights of major agency decisions for the Secretary of Transportation, FAA Administrator, & other senior executives.

    Participated on project teams. Collaborated strategy with team members, communicate progress, and coordinate work assignments with other DOT offices and agencies.

     

    Campaign Finance Analyst, Federal Election Commission; Washington, D.C. (November 2005­ July 2006)

    Analyzed financial reports of candidates, parties, and political action committees. Interpreted whether these reports appeared to conform to campaign finance laws.

    Enforced administrative fines and used problem­solving techniques to determine appropriate penalties.

    Ensured public disclosure of Federal election activity (FEA) as prescribed by the Commission.

    Communicated reporting requirements and the legal liability of political committees.

     

    Operations Supervisor, Alaska Airlines; Los Angeles, California (May 2002­ December 2005)

    Supervised customer service operations —e.g. reservation bookings, check­in, passenger boarding and deplaning,  and reaccommodating passengers during flight delays or cancellations.

    Participated in meetings with airport management.

    Directed ramp operations, including resolving system failures causing baggage or cargo delays.

    Wrote and evaluated the airline’s Customs reports and resolved bill of lading issues.

    Investigated and resolved passenger complaints.

    Scheduled and positioned employees to meet the daily staffing needs of the station

     

     

    EDUCATION

    California State University, Dominguez Hills, California

    Master of Arts Degree; Public Administration (Public Policy focus); December 2004

    ­GPA: 3.8, Summa Cum Laude; ­Relevant courses in Economics, Statistics, Policy, the Legislative Process, Management, Research, and Cost­Benefit Analysis

    California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California

    Bachelor of Arts Degree; Criminal Science; December 1997

    ­GPA: 3.1, Dean’s Honor Roll

     

    ACHIEVEMENTS & ACTIVITIES

    Team Lead, Membership and Media Development, Gateway Space Working Group

    Member, Transportation Research Board (TRB), Commercial Space Subcommittee

    Contributing Member, TRB Committee on General Aviation

    American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) Airport Law course

    AAAE Certification on Airport Rates and Charges

    Secretary of Transportation’s Organizational Excellence Award

    Outstanding Leadership Award; Office of Aviation Policy, Planning, and Environment

    Alaska Airlines Spirit Award for Outstanding integrity

    Mentor for new hires, Alaska Airlines, LAX station

    Boy Scout Quality District Award for outstanding professional achievement

    B.S.A. Center for Professional Development—selected Team Leader & Activities Coordinator by peers

    Member, B.S.A. Order of the Arrow

    Member, American Society for Public Administrators

    Member, Sierra Club

    Vice President, College Republicans, California State University, Pomona

    Founder and Manager, FAA Softball Team, House Softball League, Washington, DC

    League Commissioner, House Softball League


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