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Country Risk Management-Associate Resume


Desired Industry: Management SpiderID: 56068
Desired Job Location: Shawnee, Kansas Date Posted: 11/29/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 70000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Highly competent, motivated, and
results-driven executive equipped with
broad-based experience in sovereign
rating analysis and advisory, country
risk management and methodology, and
policy advancement, complemented with
strong educational foundation.
Demonstrate exceptional ability in
analyzing economic and political risks
the firm faces as a result of its
activities outside the US and assigning
internal sovereign credit ratings to
countries to which the firm has
exposure, thus maximizing efficiency of
financial operations, compliance, and
profitability improvement. Excel at
developing methodologies for country
risk measurement and establishing
parameters for proper measurement, such
as country correlations, market shocks,
sovereign default probabilities and
transition matrices. Enjoy challenges
and able to multitask in fast-paced,
fiercely competitive environment.


Experience:
CAREER HISTORY

All-Source Analyst ~ BAE Systems, Fort
Leavenworth, KS 2010–Present

Receive research requests on various
aspects of Afghanistan’s political,
economic, and military aspects from
military commanders and Human Terrain
System teams in Afghanistan. Expertly
manage the intelligence cycle by
collecting information on various
subjects, which include searching
classified databases, such as M3, Query
Tree, CIDNE, and OpenSource.gov. Assume
full responsibility in gathering
information, analyzing data for
relevance, and writing research paper
based on analysis. Work collaboratively
with teams in the office and serve as a
liaison with several teams in
Afghanistan toward fulfillment of
corporate goals and objectives. Collect
information related to the team’s
district or the villages visited and
apply the data collected to the HTS
Wikipedia page.

Notable Accomplishments:
- Drove all efforts to produce
more than 30 research reports on
Afghanistan’s social and cultural
sectors in support of HTT’s and military
commanders.
- Vigorously participated in the
expansion of the Human Terrain Database
by cataloging social, political, and
economic aspects of Afghanistan’s
provinces and districts for the HTS
Wikipedia page, and completed under time
constraints in conjunction with peers.
- Innovated analytical tools,
which have become highly valuable to the
team over the past year.
- Generated timely and relevant
information related to the political,
social, and economic aspects within
Afghanistan to customer and Intelligence
Community (IC).
- Authored and published
“Struggles Implementing an Exit
Strategy,” an article related to Afghan
security and US Foreign Policy
implications in the Small Wars Journal.

Staff Assistant ~ United States Senator
Jim Webb, Washington 2008–2010

Rendered high level of assistance to a
team tasked to maintain and update all
constituent responses pertaining to the
Office of Senator Jim Webb. Collaborated
with Senator Webb's Legislative team and
assisted in researching pressing issues
for concerned constituents of Virginia.
Performed comprehensive research and
analyzed up to 30 state and Federal
laws, along with relevant bills and
amendments, and delivered such
information verbally to concerned
constituents. Employed various research
instruments provided by the Library of
Congress, Federal Register,
Congressional Research Services and data
collection tools, such as Lexis Nexis
and Journal Storage (JSTOR), which was
supplemented by open source research on
area studies, such as the Middle East.
Researched over 10 high profile military
and civilian personnel who scheduled
meetings with the senator and delivered
such data verbally and in writing to the
senator.

Notable Accomplishments:
- Successfully cataloged up to 100
constituent entries into the Capital
Correspondence database (CapCor) and
facilitated on-the-spot briefs to staff
regarding CapCor entries pertaining to
relevant areas of interest, including
foreign policy, military strategy, and
U.S. national security policy.
- Exemplified outstanding
interpersonal skills to effectively
interact with high level officials and
individuals of diverse cultures.
- Facilitated on-the-spot
briefings and engaged in open
discussions with the senator on military
effectiveness in Iraq and Afghanistan
and legislation affecting active
military and veterans’ benefits.
- Demonstrated in-depth knowledge
of the legislative process and
researched on foreign policy issues
assisted the legislative team in the
production thousands of constituent
responses.

Platoon Sergeant / Infantry Unit Leader
~ United States Marine Corps, Camp
Lejeune, NC 2003–2007

Directed and coordinated the preparation
of personnel, weapons, and equipment for
training movements and for combat.
Supported day-to-day aspects of combat
operations over 16 months in Iraq.
Executed security assessments,
gathered/analyzed intelligence, and
provided tactical analysis to the
battalion. Utilized research strategies
of ethnography for interviewing several
dozen Iraq citizens in local shops,
households, and people walking on the
street to measure perceptions of
coalition forces. Interfaced with local
population to gather data pertaining to
socio-cultural information, such as the
different ethnic groups in the AO, how
they made money, local customs, and the
location and political affiliations of
key leaders. Interviewed influential
village elders and lesser-known locals,
such as farmers, women, children, and
businessmen to effectively communicate
tribal needs to coalition forces.
Carried out cordon-and-searches in
Fallujah, Iraq to locate insurgents,
weapon caches, and to demonstrate to the
community the steadfast support and
commitment. Evaluated research
pertaining to political affiliations,
the local infrastructure, capabilities
of the population, and extensive
knowledge of local events (ASCOPE).

Notable Accomplishments:
- Played a vital role in capturing
top-ten most wanted in Iraq.
- Honored and received Navy
Achievement Medal with a combat V for
actions during combat.
- Completed Sergeants Course,
Amphibious Reconnaissance School.
- Primarily held responsible for
over $800,000 of equipment and weapons.
- Established and implemented
Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster
Relief by delivering food, water, and
materials for construction to build
positive relationships between coalition
forces and local populace.
- Served as a significant
contributor in implementing qualitative
and quantitative research, and in
developing operating procedures toward
completion of mission goals.
- Appointed as a vehicle commander
tasked to locate enemy insurgents
operating in the Area of Operation (AO)
during the first tour in Fallujah, Iraq
from May to December 2005.
- Earned distinction for
successfully completing hundreds of
missions in conjunction with the local
population.
- Provided assistance in capturing
dozens of insurgents and millions of
dollars worth of weapons, caches, and
explosives.


Education:
EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS

MASTER’S DEGREE IN INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS, GPA: 3.85
~ The Catholic University of America,
Washington, DC: Sep 2008–May 2010
Graduated summa cum laude
Thesis: “Lashkar e-Taeba (LeT) and Their
Split into Two Separate Entities”

HONOR’S CERTIFICATION IN MIDDLE EASTERN
STUDIES, GPA: 3.85 ~ The University of
Oxford, UK: Aug 2009-Dec 2009
Only postgraduate student selected out
of 50 applicants for University of
Oxford study abroad program
Evaluated literature on the Arab
Nationalist Movement in Syria and Egypt
to produce weekly research reports of
lengths up to 10,000 words, then
presented findings to the resident
scholar

BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN HISTORY, GPA: 2.4 ~
Radford University, Radford, VA: Sep
1998–Dec 2002


Affiliations:
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Skills:
AREAS OF EXPERTISE

- Business Management and
Operations
- Financial Analysis and
Projections
- Outstanding Customer Service and
Relations
- Leadership, Training, and Team
Building
- Profitability Modeling and
Forecasting
- Cost Reduction and Containment
- Continuous Process and
Performance Improvement
- Problem Resolution and Decision
Making
- Strong Analytical and
Interpersonal Skills
- Articulate Oral and Written
Communication


Additional Information:
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

United States Marine Corps: Amphibious
Reconnaissance School, Infantry Leaders
Course, Sergeants Course



MILITARY AWARDS & HONORS

Global War on Terror (GWOT) Medal | Navy
Achievement Medal with Combat “V” (for
Valor) | Combat Action Ribbon | Iraq
Campaign Ribbon | GWOT Ribbon | Sea
Service Ribbon | Good Conduct National
Defense Ribbon



TECHNICAL PROFICIENCY

Microsoft Suite: Word, Excel, and
PowerPoint | MapHT | TIGR | M3, CIDNE,
Query Tree, Open Source Center


Reference:
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