Director of Corporate Security - Law Enforcement Security Safety Resum
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Director of Corporate Security Resume


Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 80092
Desired Job Location: Miami, Florida Date Posted: 10/29/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 110000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Growth-focused, results-oriented, and seasoned executive with more than 20 years of accomplishment-laden experience in all aspects of

security, operations, training, and incident management. Additional qualifications include:

Program management: comprehensive background in overseeing various programs and initiatives, including international and domestic

security and counterterrorism programs, with focus on meeting organizational and project goals and commitments
Risk management and mitigation: expertise in identifying risks and threats to security as well as establishing and implementing

strategic action plans to effectively mitigate risks
Training needs assessment: effectiveness in analyzing employee and organizational knowledge, skills, and abilities; determining gaps

and areas of need; and developing solutions to meet and prioritize those needs
Personnel management and development: commitment to motivate, guide, and lead high-caliber teams of professionals to become future

leaders
Communication and interpersonal skills: proven success in building positive and long-term strategic partnerships with professionals of

all business levels
Active United States Secret Security Clearance


Experience:

- Professional Experience

Department of Homeland Security - Transportation Security Administration (TSA) - Various Locations
Assistant Federal Security Director (AFSD) – Miami International Airport, Miami, FL 2013–2017
Provided leadership to all passenger screening security programs, explosive K9 program, transportation security specialist-explosive

(TSS-E) personnel (bomb technicians), screening passengers with observation techniques (SPOT) program, and playbook activities to

guarantee the security of all passengers for more than 53 international air carriers and 35 domestic carriers processing more than

55,000 passengers daily
Conducted thorough investigation on threats to aviation security and created critical decisions on security program implementation,

resource allocation, and policy and procedures interpretation; worked with airport authority on several security exercises
Directed staffing requirements and joint screening decisions for local multi-departmental visible intermodal prevention and response

(VIPR) operations
Managed all aspects of the Risk Emphasized Flight Screening (REFS) Program and airport layered security playbook activities, while

ensuring compliance with transportation security regulations through the performance and results information system (PARIS)
Rendered expert oversight to TSA personnel in screening operations to identify and mitigate threats against aviation and other

transportation sectors
Supervised baggage, passenger, and air cargo security screening, airport security risk assessment, security technology implementation,

crisis management, preventative management, communications network protection, and relevant programs under the leadership of the FSD
Attended briefings related to classified information, and determined intelligence resources for the staff to improve security

capabilities
Partnered with the leadership team in developing and maintaining workforce command presence and professional appearance, and

collaborate toward a culture that promoted engagement, networking, and sharing of expertise at all organizational levels to

successfully mitigate security threats
Utilized risk assessment concepts and tools to assess threat mitigation strategies and action plans
Guaranteed that the organization implemented the integrated conflict management system (ICMS) core principles
Offered guidance and coaching to team members of all levels, giving constructive feedback, encouraging positive behavior, and

promoting individual improvement and confidence

Selected Accomplishments:
Developed and restructured various local and national aviation security policies and procedures, and ensured operational compliance

with established regulations
Spearheaded a dedicated workforce in mitigating all threats using a wide range of tools and strategies
Administered the planning, research, and implementation of the TSA Precheck Risk Based Security (RBS) Program at the Miami

International Airport International Federal Inspection System (FIS), which was recognized as the first in the country
Led the implementation and gauged the performance of screening standards and security programs, offering recommendations for

improvement
Offered consultative support to the federal security director on all operational matters, including designing, planning, managing, and

implementing policies that support screening operations, customer service, and stakeholder programs
Closely monitored counterterrorism programs, including the Department of Airport Security operations and explosive K9 teams

Branch Manager and Section Lead, Office of Global Strategies – Arlington, VA 2011–2013
Directed a team collaborating with internal OGS personnel, offered consultative support to aviation security subject matter experts,

presented suggestions and insights on programmatic changes to improve operations, developed aviation security contingency plans, and

implemented program changes
Facilitated thorough analysis of and led internal OGS programs to determine gaps and prioritize needs, which involved assessing

domestic and international security programs for risks and viability
Determined available resources and evaluated effectiveness of OGS to meet needs, and developed solutions to improve existing resources

to better meet OGS training needs

Selected Accomplishments:
Efficiently managed several third-party contracts for services and deliverables to OGS FY2012 valued at approximately $1M, including

course development for international inspectors, domain awareness, overseas living, and TSA representative (TSAR) embassy training
Represented TSA in joint federal government Hostage and Personnel Recovery Working Group (HPRWG), leading collaboration among other

United States government entities, including the Department of Defense (DoD), Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Federal Bureau of

Investigations (FBI), and Department of State (DoS)
Promoted transparency, collaboration, and communication across federal government and internal DHS-TSA on policies and procedures

impacting American hostage and personnel recovery situations
Functioned as part of the Rapid Response Team within the Office of Global Strategies, which involved providing focused support to

international crisis management initiatives of OGS through Transportation Security Operations Center (TSOC) and Critical Incident

Management Group (CIMG) support
Worked as an international analyst and trainer within the OGS Capacity Development Section, which entailed providing technical

guidance to various contract employees, management, support staff, and external stakeholders on International Civil Aviation

Organization (ICAO) principles and security principles, practices, policies, standard operating procedures, and regulations
Facilitated comprehensive training on airport security procedures and techniques, domain awareness, airport security management,

preventative security measures, incident management, and security equipment in Central America, North America, Oceania, South America,

and Southeast Asia
Maintained active collaboration with the current East Africa TSAR, Safe Skies for Africa (SSFA), OGS, and Tanzania on the development

and implementation of preventative security measures (PSM) for Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda
Spearheaded the creation of a formal operational directive and training resource for the internal approval process of getting external

training routed and approved within OGS using the SF-182 form
Singlehandedly performed a complete audit, cleaning, and overhaul of the OGS online learning center (OLC) system to guarantee that all

260 OGS employees had the correct leadership hierarchy and learning plan in OLC and was updated with current course plans


Education:

- Education

Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation
Ohio State University - Columbus, OH
Chapter Vice President and Member, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity

Associate’s Degree in Claims Law Series, Major in Fraud Claims Law
American Education Institute - Basking Ridge, NJ



- Professional Development

Ohio State University:
40-Hour Leadership and Crisis Management Course
Student Private Pilot License

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology:
Incident Response Training

American Education Institute:
Certified Fraud Claims Law Specialist
Certified Legal Principles Claims Specialist

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Continuity of Operations Awareness (COOP Awareness), IS-546.12 
National Incident Management System (NIMS), IS-700 and IS-800 Certification
National Incident Command Systems (NICS), IS-100 and IS-200 Certification
ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents

Department of Homeland Security (DHS):
DHS Critical Thinking and Analytic Methods Course, 2012
Foreign Service Institutes “Working in the Embassy” Course, 2012
“Leading from the Middle” Leadership Course, 2011
Interview and Investigative Techniques by Wicklander-Zulawski and Associates, 2010
Tactical Communications from the Verbal Judo Institute, 2009
Mid-Level Leadership Development Program, 2008
National Train the Trainer instructor for DHS/TSA Evolution Training Courses (Engage & Coach), 2008
Certified Integrated Conflict Management Systems Coordinator, 2007
Certified National TSA Approved Instructor (TAI):
Civil Rights, 2004
Cooperative Problem Solving, 2006
Certified National Trainer for DHS Course:
Cooperative Problem Solving T3 (CPST3), 2007
Cooperative Problem Solving for Managers (CPS4M), 2006
Facilitating Effective Work Groups (FEW), 2008


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