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Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 80128
Desired Job Location: Sierra Vista, Arizona Date Posted: 11/7/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 100000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Executive (President, VP, CEO) Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes

Dedicated, results-driven, and goal-oriented professional, seeking a challenging role in an educational setting to fully utilize leadership expertise honed from extensive military experience. Armed with solid background in program development, staff hiring and training, and project management. Concept-to-execution leader, able to develop and execute effective strategies to drive excellence and continuous performance improvement. Recognized for the capability to promote a student-centered and workforce learning environment, while maintaining the highest quality of programs and content integrity toward the attainment of goals and objectives. Equipped with excellent decision-making, problem-solving, and communication skills. Currently hold a Top Secret Security Clearance.


United States Army, Fort Huachuca, AZ, USA
Intelligence Specialist, Operations | Defense Strategic Debriefing Course (DSDC) May 2014–Present
Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Training ― Joint Center of Excellence (HT-JCOE) ― (Government Civilian)
Offer recommendations to the supervisor regarding ways to boost student motivation and enhance quality of instruction, which include managing and revamping the DSDC course projects.
Streamline course design and flow while improving efficiency and quality by formulating new grading rubrics, in coordination with other subject matter experts.
Create new databases of resources for role players and managers, replacing the outdated spreadsheet designs.
Act as training instructor, detachment cadre, and role player.
Key Highlights:
Gained recognition as a seasoned DSDC instructor frequently sought for training guidance by the leadership and other instructors
Successfully facilitated trainings to strategic debriefers as well as additional mentorship and re-training even after hours, thus earning high praises from staff and students for going above and beyond the standards of training.
Seamlessly completed mission requirements above expectations on two different assignments with the DIA's Defense Clandestine Services, thereby obtaining their trust and consideration for future missions.
Enabled students to collaborate and build network throughout the course by designing a new physical layout for one of the six DSDC detachments, which was adopted and implemented by the DSDC director in other five detachments.
Earned reputation as the first DA civilian to participate in the Civilian Intermediate Course to deliver path of information for other DA civilians to follow.

DSDC Training Instructor, Defense Strategic Debriefing Course ― (Government Civilian)
HUMINT Training – Joint Center of Excellence (HT-JCOE) Oct 2013–Apr 2014
Functioned as a supervisor until the reorganization of the HT-JCOE personnel.
Shared effective advice and knowledge, as well as offered mentorship and retraining to students as a training instructor, detachment cadre, and role player, while leading new incoming detachment cadre trainings.
Conceptualized numerous ideas to improve courses.
Key Highlight:
Received distinction as one of the top rated supervisors for DSDC for demonstrating outstanding performance within two years as a supervisor.

Supervisory Training Instructor, Defense Strategic Debriefing Course ― (Government Civilian)
HUMINT Training – Joint Center of Excellence (HT-JCOE) Apr 2010–Sep 2013
Keenly oversaw five DA civilian training instructors to guarantee their teams attained standards through proper training.
Enforced appropriate actions to personnel behavior, which included employee bonuses on performance appraisals, to encourage them toward continuous excellence.
Ensured and maintained active two-way channel of communication between all employees and the DSDC director.
Led and developed a two-phase training plan at Camp Bullis, Texas and DSDC, Fort Huachuca, in collaboration with the Army G-2 (DHE), Military Intelligence Readiness Command, and other reserve intelligence units, to conduct additional training instructors and funding for all expenses in both phases
Coordinated mission as well as conducted calls to reserve instructors, DSDC leadership, and instructors to meet requirements.
Effectively fulfilled the following roles for various initiatives:
United States Army DSDC reserve course coordinator, facilitating training to army reservists to become highly trained debriefers;
HT-JCOE oversight representative, facilitating professional development courses in adherence to the active duty course;
Training instructor, group lead, and full-time supervisor, conducting, updating, and coordinating classes to the members, while maintain consistency of training standards;
Role player, applying real-world scenarios in guiding students to improve their students’ skills on course content; and
Instructor, performing instructor evaluations and new training to ensure compliance with training standards.

Assistant Project Manager and DSDC Training Instructor, Defense Strategic Debriefing Course ― (Contractual)
Phoenix Consulting Group, Inc. Apr 2003–Apr 2010
Offered hands-on assistance in supervising 40 contractors, which involved staff hiring, firing, and bonuses.
Assumed full responsibility in managing personnel, handling budget, and complying with the DSDC and Fort Huachuca policies and regulations in the absence of the project manager (PM).
Created and executed new classes and roles to deliver high-quality training to DoD personnel attending DSDC
Identified DSDC training needs as part of the DSDC Course Re-certification Committee for working and executive groups.
Drove efforts in enhancing DSDC student throughput and instructor requirements, which involved expanding physical DSDC facilities; providing advice to the development of training design and layout, ADP support, and other functions; and collaborating funding with the DIA and Fort Huachuca post leadership.
Made major contributions in applying changes involving the removal of outdated classes, replacement of needed classes in accordance with the HUMINT changes after 9/11, and rewording of critical task list (CTL) to avoid confusion or ambiguity for the intelligence community.
Assisted in obtaining change approval for the consideration of CTLs and other matters concerning major course curriculum changes as part of the executive group.
Carried out key tasks such as the following:
DSDC reserve course coordinator and DIA reserve course coordinator, assisting in conducting trainings such as DSDC certification training to reservists through extensive travel to Virginia and Washington D.C, thereby receiving certificates and praises from DIA and the Military Intelligence Reserve Command (MIRC);
Instructor-in-charge, designing, directing, and executing course instruction and schedules for two split phases at Camp Bullis, Texas and Fort Huachuca, Arizona; and
Detachment cadre, training instructor, and role player from the inception of detachments for six years, implementing student personnel actions, performing administrative actions, and providing student training, mentoring, and counseling.
Provider aide, disseminating critical information to help DSDC director, deputy director, and training officer on course –related decision-making.
Key Highlights:
Maximized DIA's trained strategic debriefers for deployments to the Middle East by collaborating with the DSDC course director for the HT-JCOE East in Virginia, ensuring alignment of the entire course with Fort Huachuca course to maintain proper certification.
Exemplified expert leadership capabilities, which led to obtaining all three instructor badges through TRADOC, thereby conducting keen evaluations of fellow instructors and delivering quality insight and perspective to effectively teach classes or role play the scenarios.

Master of Business Administration | GPA: 4.0 | Graduated magna cum laude
University of Phoenix, Tucson, AZ, USA
Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts, Minor in Korean Language | GPA: 3.96
Excelsior College, Albany, NY, USA
Associate of Applied Science in Intelligence Operations | Graduated cum laude
Cochise College, Sierra Vista, AZ, USA
Coursework in Information Technology
University of Phoenix, Sierra Vista, AZ, USA
Coursework in Business Administration
University of Maryland, Asian Division, Seoul, South Korea
Coursework in Accounting
Pierce College, Fort Lewis, WA, USA
Coursework in Electrical Engineering
Penn State University, Schuylkill Campus, Schuylkill Haven, PA

Additional Information:

Civilian Leader Intermediate Course, Army Management Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS
Civilian Foundation Course, Fort Huachuca, AZ
Supervisor Development Course, Fort Huachuca, AZ
Joint Source Validation Course, Fort Huachuca, AZ
Advanced Course on The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation, Fort Huachuca, AZ
NLP Practitioner and Master Practitioner Course, Fort Huachuca, AZ
Instructional Design for Instructor's Course
Small Group Instructor Training Course
Intermediate Korean Course, Defense Language Institute, Presidio of Monterey, CA
Department of Defense Strategic Debriefing Course, Fort Huachuca, AZ
97E Interrogation Course, U.S. Army Intelligence Center and School, Fort Huachuca, AZ
Basic Korean Course, Defense Language Institute, Presidio of Monterey, CA
51B Carpentry/Masonry Specialist Course, Reading, PA
51R Electrician’s Course, Fort Leonard wood, MO
Forklift Operator Training, Ames Distribution Center, Reading, PA


Life Member, Disabled American Veterans (DAV)
Life Member, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)
Member, Delta Mu Delta (Lambda Sigma Chapter) – International Honor Society in Business
Member, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society


Microsoft Office Applications (Power Point, Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, Publisher, and Project) | Adobe Products Programming Languages (C and C++, Visual Basic, Pascal, Fortran, HTML, CSS, and Python)

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