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Desired Industry: Management SpiderID: 73073
Desired Job Location: Bowie, Maryland Date Posted: 7/24/2014
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 100000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Seasoned, results-driven, and dedicated
professional with comprehensive years of
experience in diverse fields including

nonprofit organization operations and
finance and accounting management.
Capable of developing organizational
policies within

various areas including administrative
management, human resources, and grants
management. Efficient at assessing
business

processes, identifying vulnerabilities,
and implementing strategic changes in
order to contribute to the success of
the

organization. Able to direct the
augmentation and monitoring of annual
budgets and manage the preparation of
financial

statements. Armed with strong
communication, organizational,
multitasking, and interpersonal skills.


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Chappelle Howard Business Solutions -
Bowie, MD
Independent Finance and Accounting
Consultant 1999–Present
Display expertise in delivering
accounting and consulting services
within areas of financial and accounting
management, capacity

building, strategic planning,
administrative infrastructure
development, and systems and process
development and review.
KEY HIGHLIGHTS:
Streamlined key projects including:
- Howard University (Washington,
DC)–Led the redesign of comprehensive
policies, procedures, techniques, and
mechanisms to

effectively manage restricted grant
funds.
- Bureau of the Census, United
States Department of Commerce (Suitland,
MD)–Accomplished project to establish
internal

audit function within the Bureau.
- Corporation for Supportive
Housing (New York, NY)–Functioned as
interim chief financial officer
responsible for all

financial operations and reengineering
business processes.
- Freddie Mac (Federal Home Loan
Mortgage Corporation) (Tysons Corner,
VA)–Assumed accountability as quality
assurance

officer for response integration phase
of Y2K preparations.

American Council on Education -
Washington, DC
Director of Finance and Budget 2010–
2013
Provided expert oversight to fiscal and
budgetary operations for $60M 501(c)(3)
organization. Directed the
implementation of

essential improvement to internal
controls, financial processes, and
budget development processes.

National 4-H Council - Chevy Chase, MD
Senior Vice President | Chief Financial
Officer 2006–2009
Regulated all fiscal and fiduciary
operations for $30M 501(c)(3)
organization. Directly coordinated with
CEO and engaged Board

of Directors and Finance and Audit
Committees with regard to the issues,
trends, and changes in operational
delivery.
KEY HIGHLIGHTS:
- Planned and implemented
improvement in processes and internal
controls, which maximized and secured
the organization’s

resources
- Created and applied new
accounting principles, which included
FASB 158, Employers’ Accounting for
Defined Benefit

Pension and other postretirement plans
- Contributed to the modification
of defined benefit plan and
implementation of defined contribution
plan

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation,
Inc. - Washington, DC (2003–2005)
Executive Vice President and Chief
Operating Officer 2005
Vice President, Finance and
Administration 2003–2005
Expertly supervised staff in handling
areas including finance and accounting;
human resources; technology management;
facilities

and administrative services; marketing
and event management; media and
communications; and the CBCF Annual
Legislative

Conference. Monitored the development
and implementation of all operating
policies and procedures. Effectively
functioned as

interim president for five months as the
board conducted executive search for
CEO.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS:
- Took charge of balancing the
needs of members of Congress, Board of
Directors, and other stakeholders
- Collaborated with the Board of
Directors, board chair, and board
treasurer in improving financial and
administrative

management and accountability for the
$12M 501(c)(3) organization



PRIOR WORK EXPERIENCE

Village Foundation - Alexandria, VA
Chief Operating Officer
- Pioneered the augmentation of
organizational and financial
infrastructure for start-up 501(c)(3)
organization funded

through $18.5M grant from Kellogg
Foundation

National Association of College and
University Business Officers (NACUBO) -
Washington, DC
Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer
- Delivered effectual
recommendation and successfully achieved
board-mandated net assets goal for the
$10M membership

organization
- Effectively led all
administrative operations: human
resources, information systems, finance
and accounting, and

organizational administration

NARAL - Washington, DC
Director of Finance and Administration
- Spearheaded all aspects of
operations encompassing finance and
accounting, human resources,
management information

systems and organizational
administration for three affiliated
companies including 501(c)(3)
foundation, 501(c)(4) membership

organization, and political action
committee

TVI Corporation - Beltsville, MD
Corporate Controller
- Expertly regulated financial and
accounting operations of publicly-held
government contracting manufacturer
- Provided and implemented the
upgrade of cost accounting capabilities
in order to secure strict compliance
with

applicable regulations

American Institute of Certified Public
Accountants - Washington DC
Technical Manager
- Rendered strategic guidance to
the execution of accounting and auditing
of governmental and nonprofit operations
by

developing papers and industry audit
guides

The Davis Group, Inc. - Washington, DC
Director of Finance | Director of
Contracts
- Played a key role in creating
bidding and pricing strategies for
responses to requests for proposals
(RFPs) while

considering acceptable risk factors,
pricing requirements, analysis of
competition, and corporate objectives

KPMG Peat Marwick - Washington, DC
Audit Manager
- Developed and sustained audit
engagements for diverse client base,
including educational institutions,
municipalities,

nonprofits, and for-profit corporations


Education:
EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS

Bachelor of Business Administration,
Major in Accounting, magna cum laude
National Merit Scholar | General Motors
Scholar | Beta Gamma Sigma honor society
Howard University, Washington, DC

Certified Public Accountant - District
of Columbia


Affiliations:
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Institute of Certified Public
Accountants - Maryland Association of
CPAs - Greater Washington Society of
CPAs -

American Society of Association
Executives - National Association of
Black Accountants
AC


Skills:
CORE COMPETENCIES

Financial Management - Grants Management
- Accounting and Budgeting - Project
Performance Monitoring
Strategic Planning and Implementation -
Team Building - Policy Development -
Resource Allocation
Regulatory Compliance - Leadership and
Communication


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