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Desired Industry: Management SpiderID: 78779
Desired Job Location: Liverpool, New York Date Posted: 2/9/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 90000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes


Multifaceted, performance-focused, and highly analytical professional with extensive experience in program and project management;

new business development; requirements analysis; resource and schedule organization; stakeholder and subcontractor supervision; as

well as budget control.

Adept at collaborating with cross-functional teams in developing and implementing effective strategies to successfully attain goals.

Equipped with well-honed communication and interpersonal skills essential in building rapport with interdisciplinary teams and

customers. Technically proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook), SharePoint, and MS Project.

Active DoD Top Secret Security Clearance.


Professional Experience

Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, VA; Liverpool, NY
Emergency Management/Risk Mitigation Specialist | Associate Mar 2010–Present

Program Management
Serve as executive assistant supporting senior management in executing monthly program management reviews (PMR) in Federal Emergency

Management Agency (FEMA) and National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD) accounts. Portfolio comprises 31 separate projects

generating $155M annual revenues
Assess staffing challenges and address program issues to guarantee accomplishment of projects as well as achieve internal firm

budget and profit goals. Current project expected to finish 4.4% above three-year cumulative profit goal

Strategic Planning and Implementation
Provide FEMA Disaster Emergency Communications (DEC) Division with improved business intelligence regarding each state by performing

the following;
Full analysis of state hazard mitigation plans (HMP), emergency operation plans (EOP), and threat and hazard identification risk

assessments (THIRA)
Integration of analytics or big data by utilizing geospatial information systems (GIS) to combine state and federal databases such

as the Homeland Security Information Protection (HSIP) Gold and National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) to develop comprehensive

statewide risk profiles
Employ keen attention to detail in identifying vulnerable critical infrastructure including hospitals, 9-1-1 centers, commercial

telephone and Internet service providers, broadcast tower locations and more. Key infrastructure is cross-referenced with

earthquake, tornado, flood, hurricane, and landslide risks to effectively help FEMA respond in an efficient manner
Build and maintain network across 51 out of 56 state governments, 250 city and county governments, and more than 100 tribal nations,

acquiring approximately 1,000 stakeholders nationwide from public safety organizations; examples include Departments of Health,

Transportation, State and local Police, Emergency Management Agencies, Red Cross, Amateur Radio, and National Guard
Aid in creating products, such as technology roadmap which is a long-term assessment of communications technologies and direct FEMA

DEC Division in effective budgeting of capital investment money to update their emergency response vehicles

Documentation and Reporting
Capitalize on general and subject matter expertise in formulating annual reports that outline group priorities, accomplishments, and

challenges conquered
Composed three white papers and routinely drive executive presentations to develop and expand new opportunities in adjacent markets

and outline strategies for proposal efforts
Lead the development of regional emergency communication plans (RECP) which detail all of the region’s procedures and capabilities

in responding to disasters and each state annex is an appendix to RECP
Pioneer the integration of identified requirements in the annex and RECP planning to assist them with intelligent fleet management

and technology acquisitions
Assist Regional Emergency Communication Coordination Working Group (RECCWG) in each of the 10 FEMA regions by offering cross-

regional subject matter expertise in planning, requirements gathering, risk mitigation, best practices, and administrative support

Business Impacts and Achievements
Gathered information on communication technologies such as land mobile radio (LMR), satellite, terrestrial systems, and cellular,

highlighted potential gaps, and established baselines; reported key findings and pre-identified requirements by facilitating kick-

off and mitigation meetings to determine key stakeholders and recommended solutions
Successfully increased disaster technology updates moving from six states per year to 15 by redesigning project processes and

schedules. Changes led to a decrease in labor hours and cost per annex by approximately 10%
Led proposal technical approach volume which resulted in achievement of three-year follow-on contract valued at $6.2M
Earned and acknowledged for performance through multiple promotions with increasing responsibility leading nine staff comprised of

two GIS specialists, two LMR subject matter experts, four emergency planners, and a graphic designer wherein four are subcontractors

to accomplish annexes and RECPs

HDR Architecture and Engineering, Alexandria, VA
Project Manager Aug 2008–Feb 2010

Project Management | Operations Management
Implemented and matured the Greening of Government Program in the Office of Administration, Facilities Management Division for the

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
Led agency compliance with several executive orders authored by both President Bush and President Obama such as:
Reduction of resources consumption such as electricity, fuel, and water
Conceptualization of high-performance sustainable federal building design, construction, operation and management, maintenance, and

Advancement of sustainable acquisition guaranteeing 95% energy and water efficient, bio-based, environmentally preferable, non-ozone

depleting, recycled content, and non- and less-toxic alternatives in new contract actions
Assurance of at least 15% of agency's existing buildings (above 5,000 gross sq. ft. ) and building leases (above 5,000 gross sq.

ft.) attained the guiding principles by fiscal year 2015 and annual progress toward 100% in conformance with building inventory

guiding principles
Established a management directive signed by the USCIS director which minimized electricity usage in various means by performing the

following functions;
Installation of energy-efficient lights with smart on and off sensors in bathrooms and offices
Initiation of energy-efficient settings in all agency-owned computers in coordination with the IT Department
Coordination with the agency’s purchasing and facilities management divisions to determine metrics and directed a path to complete

project by expertly managing fleet vehicles to lessen fuel consumption and conform to the purchasing requirements
Assumed accountability for all agency scorecards submitted to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Environmental Protection

Agency (EPA), and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

Business Impacts and Achievements
Attained a green overall rating on all scorecards based on current metrics, strategic outlook, changes, and solutions executed
Played a pivotal role in the expansion and renovation of USCIS facilities across the country
Supported five building projects in attaining Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certification, which immediately

secured agency compliance with the Executive Orders
Developed and initiated an ISO 14001-compliant environmental management system (EMS) that established the USCIS executive steering

committee and 5 functional subcommittees, such as water, electricity, fuel/fleet management, purchasing, and facilities that drove

implementation agency-wide with more than 18,000 staff

Project Performance Corporation, McLean, VA
IT Policy and Earned Value Management Analyst Mar 2007–Aug 2008

Project Management | Operations Management
Acted as technical writer and policy analyst to the EPA
Held full responsibility in conceptualizing proposals for additional task orders
Earned promotion to earned value management (EVM) analyst and served as deputy Project Manager

Business Impacts and Achievements
Served on internal task force that created and executed uniform EVM processes for all company contracts and identified an estimated

$50K savings in the first 12 months in the pilot program
Drove efforts in writing award fee justification and attained additional 5%, which resulted in $70K revenue

HDR Architecture and Engineering, Alexandria, VA
Project Coordinator May 2006–Mar 2007

Project Management | Operations Management
Oversaw and closely collaborated with the Facilities Management Division with USCIS toward accomplishment of all projects; drove the

renovation of more than 200,000 sq. ft. of office space
Collaborated with onsite architect in managing office renovations for the two HQ buildings in Washington, DC
Effectively liaised between the facilities management division and impacted organization during the renovations
Assumed accountability in defining project scope and requirements to be integrated into RFPs for subcontractors
Supervised electricians, painters, HVAC, and other workers, while allocating their tasks to attain budget and deadlines
Evaluated CAD drawings to ensure attainment of project goals, in coordination with stakeholders



Master of Arts in Emergency and Disaster Management
American Military University, Charles Town, WV

Bachelor of Science in Political Science, Minor in Law Studies
Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY

Professional Development

Certified Emergency Manager (CEM), In Progress, (Expected Completion Date: April 2017)
Leadership Greater Syracuse, Class of 2016
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Professional Development Series, 2014
Implementation of the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA), 2008


Professional Affiliation

International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM)


Additional Information:

Awards and Honors

HDR Pathfinder Award for Excellence in Customer Performance (USCIS – Greening of Government Program )
(5) Booz Allen Hamilton Performance Awards (3-Team Leadership and 2-Customer Delivery)

Community Leadership

Leadership Greater Syracuse-Alumni Committee Member
Town of Clay, Zoning Board of Appeals-Board Member
Baldwinsville Youth Soccer Association-Board of Directors
St. Asaph Square Condo Association Board of Directors, Treasurer (2008-2010)

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