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Media Analyst | Research Analyst Resume


Desired Industry: Publishing SpiderID: 79763
Desired Job Location: Arlington, Virginia Date Posted: 8/15/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 70000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Highly analytical and top-performing professional with broad-based experience in media and intelligence analysis, encompassing

economic, technical, business, and political research analysis and reporting.

Adept at creating media analysis products, as well as utilizing technical and analytical intelligence products; statistical and media

analysis tools; and geographic information system (GIS) programs. Armed with excellent research and writing skills that enable

efficient collection of essential information and composition of notable pieces. Effective leader and proactive team player, with

proven ability to coordinate team efforts toward productivity. Articulate communicator; multilingual in English, Italian, Spanish, and

Portuguese, with working knowledge of Russian, Arabic, and Chinese. Currently holding an Active Secret Security Clearance.


Experience:

- Professional Experience

Armed Forces Services Corporation | Arlington, VA
Communications Coordinator 2014–Present
Serve as author of the following:
Traditional and social media analysis for the United States (US) Army Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP)

Program; and
Relevant public-facing social media content regarding Department of Defense (DoD) and US Army policies and prevention of military

sexual harassment and assault
Provide information to SHARP Program managers on legislative and policy changes and daily discussion topics that affect program

policies and training through the selection of news, opinion pieces, and other reports
Career Highlights:
Attained a 30% increase in the SHARP Program’s social media reach in less than 60 days as the new media content writer
Awarded for executing the following initiatives:
Generation of GIS-derived statistics on the geographic distribution of disabled veterans and locations of adaptive sports and other

rehabilitative therapy programs; and
Delivery of first-rate services to clients and exemplary teamwork performance

BAE Systems IT | McLean, VA
Lead Research Analyst 2006–2014
Led the development and aggregation of social media reporting on positions of forces in Syria, the state of humanitarian affairs among

refugees, and mapping of various areas of regime and opposition control
Executed identification and assessment of statistical trends in social media reporting regarding world events
Evaluated potential intelligence collection strategies through preparation of trend reports on file sharing application usage
Created more than 120 geospatial open source situational awareness products on breaking events in a time-dominant watch office

environment in support of imagery collection planning and briefings to high-level customers

Aided Special Military Unit operations in Iraq by authoring associative analysis targeting reports based on signals intelligence

(SIGINT), communications intelligence (COMINT), human intelligence (HUMINT), and open source reporting
Career Highlights:
Recognized with Certificates of Appreciation from a DoD agency for the following:
Development of a product based on open source information and tailored for 12 individual government clients which was eventually

utilized by more 1,300 clients across multiple government agencies and all four US military branches; and
Mapping of safe routes for US military humanitarian aid convoys in northern Japan following the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster

Central Intelligence Agency | Langley, VA
Open Source Officer | Directorate of National Intelligence (DNI) Watch Analyst 2003–2006
Initiated the preparation of all open source intelligence collection for presentation in the Presidential Daily Briefing
Conducted Italian-language media selection for dissemination and translation based on national intelligence collection requirements,

budgetary requirements, and emerging international political and economic trends
Briefed high-level customers on breaking international events and their significance to US foreign interests
Career Highlights:
Recognized with two Exceptional Performance Awards for briefing highest-level customers on open source intelligence following events

of national interest
Spearheaded all open-source, Italian-language media collection for DNI’s 2006 Turin Winter Olympics Watch Team
Drafted eight open source intelligence analytic products regarding the Italian political, business, and media areas, as well as co-

authored 34 open-source, Europe-wide intelligence analytic products
Provided assistance in the development of opensource.gov


Education:



- Education

Bachelor of Arts in Italian– Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT
Graduated cum laude
College Scholar, two semesters | Dean’s List, three semesters

Italian Language Coursework in European History and Italian Literature – University of Florence, Florence, Italy


Affiliations:
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Skills:
Highly analytical and top-performing professional with broad-based experience in media and intelligence analysis, encompassing

economic, technical, business, and political research analysis and reporting.

Adept at creating media analysis products, as well as utilizing technical and analytical intelligence products; statistical and media

analysis tools; and geographic information system (GIS) programs. Armed with excellent research and writing skills that enable

efficient collection of essential information and composition of notable pieces. Effective leader and proactive team player, with

proven ability to coordinate team efforts toward productivity. Articulate communicator; multilingual in English, Italian, Spanish, and

Portuguese, with working knowledge of Russian, Arabic, and Chinese. Currently holding an Active Secret Security Clearance.


Additional Information:


- Technical Skills

Microsoft Office Applications | Lotus Notes | Crimson Hexagon | Meltwater
Topsy | SAS Social Media Research Tools | ArcGIS | Google Earth | LexisNexis | Factiva
EnCase | Analyst's Notebook | Forensic Toolkit



- Activities

Contributing Writer, Astronomy Technology Today
Member, Northern Virginia Astronomy Club



- Publications

Stallings, G. (2017). Guest Editorial. Astronomy Technology Today, 11(1) 8–9.

Stallings, G. (2017). Celestron Lithium Powertank. Astronomy Technology Today, 11(2), 71–75.


Reference:
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