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Strategic and analytical finance professional with over 11+ years of success in financial reporting and analysis. Accomplished and results-oriented, consistently meets deadlines and increases company revenue. Highly skilled at increasing productivity through detailed cost analysis. Constantly seeks ways to streamline procedures and find innovative, cost-effective solutions. Level III Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) BCF Certified. Secret Security Clearance. VEOA Eligible. Seeking a position with a world class organization poised for growth.
  • Saved over $10 million by recovering unobligated/unused funds from prior fiscal years for usage for shortfall requirements.
  • Executed and processed over $30 million worth of funds from inception to completion within a 12 month period.
  • DAWIA Level III Certified in Financial Management
Resource Analyst 10/2016 to Current U S Air Force/SAF/FMCC Arlington, VA


Prepares all funding documentation for each division for RDT&E cost analyst programs within the SAF/FMC Division which allows the Financial and Contracting Departments to execute funds to support the Warfighter:

  • Performs operational budget execution duties and analyzes complex issues related to availability of funds being transferred to the SAF/FMC division.  Resolution requires intense integrated financial approach.   
  • Provides input to Division Chiefs on execution benchmarks and the progress of past and current performance. Extrapolates reports (Status of Funds, ODL and Status Transaction History) to reconcile the Triannual Review Report, Control Summary Report and Open Document List Report to gauge availability of funds.

  • Executes a variety of budgetary and financial functions associated with the development, execution, management and review of Secretary of the Air Force (SAF) Finance Management Cost (FMC) division funds.  Reviews past performance trends and executes performance to prepare budgets for each division for submission to the Financial Management Execution (FME) Services Branch.
Financial Analyst/Budget Analyst 03/2010 to 10/2016 PM AMMO Quantico, VA
  • Interfaced with the Single Manager for Conventional Ammunition (SMCA) financial managers to ensure that the Marine Corps' funding priorities were integrated and received in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Participated in decision-making sessions by advising both internal and external customers on programmatic and/or regulatory requirements and restrictions, financial policies, and data interpretation.
  • Provided a 90% retreival rate when retrieving other customer funds from external and internal customers through the Consolidated Ammunition Management On-line (CAMO) system for ammunition purchased.
  • Provided guidance, expert technical advice, and training to internal and external customers regarding the processing of financial transactions or reconciliation of accounting/financial reports.
  • Influenced others to accept and comply with published policy and procedures.
  • Utilized various financial systems, policies and procedures to get funds allocated and executed by using the FMR, PPBE and breadth of knowledge.
  • During the budget formulation to ensured that assumption and pricing were consistent between the Army and Marine Corps.
  • Developed specialized reports and ensured erroneous or unclear data, reports, or documentation were detected and corrected prior to release of final financial reports.
Lead Financial Analyst 01/2007 to 09/2007 CSC Quantico, VA
  • Advised financial and program managers on the most difficult financial operations situations and problems, and determined actions required to improve the effectiveness of the operating program and maintain the integrity of financial information.
  • Conducted independent research and performed analysis for projects or studies to identify and address issues.
  • Studies and projects consisted of difficult and complex issues which required coordination of various internal and external parties.
  • Examined internal control systems to ensure that systems provide for the integrity, accuracy, and validity of reported financial data.
  • Prepared, updated, and implemented standard operating procedures to correct deficiencies in internal controls.
  • Develops guidelines for system users.
  • Reviewed and certified payments, and performed other duties in support of the day-to-day operations and the processing of a variety of accounting transactions.
  • Reviewed and submitted or processed obligations, modifications, change documents, vendor updates, check cancellations, journal entries, interagency transactions, or other types of transactions or entries.
  • Processed a variety of incoming, outgoing, and summary financial reports to ensure the accuracy, reliability, and integrity of financial operations and reports submitted from operating activities.
  • Interprets financial data to identify trends, real or potential financial problems, or to forecast funding shortfalls.
  • Monitored and coordinated operational, analytical and/or processing activities.
  • Provided guidance and direction for operational activities to lower level analysts, ensuring that agency priorities and requirements were met and in compliance with established policies and guidelines.
  • Prepared submissions to HQMC Program & Review (P&R) Financial Data Calls.
  • Contributed to the improvement of the Financial Sustainment Management Team (FSMT) Financial & Service Ordering Business Processes and Procedures.
Sr. Financial Analyst 07/2006 to 11/2006 KCI Quantico, VA
  • Performed complex functional projects for various departments and activities including projects assigned by the Chief Financial Officer and the Deputy Director of Business Operations.
  • Provided on-site financial management support, funding allocation changes, and financial data to Product Group (PG) 15 Ground Transportation & Engineering systems (GTES).
Financial Analyst 10/2005 to 03/2010 BAE Systems Quantico, VA
  • Analyzed financial management systems to ensure all operations were completed in the processing of applications, claims and payments.
  • Verified all Information Technology Configuration Sheets and compiled requirements information for Marine Corps Common Hardware (MCHS) contained all the necessary items entered for specified requirements.
  • Monitored delivery orders by utilizing Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF) and CHOOSE payment system, and corresponded with diverse clients and vendors on discrepancies and issues for the Tri-Annual Review (TAR).
  • During Program Reviews ensured adequacy of available funds were meet for program requirements.
  • Analyzed and improved internal reporting issues by developing SOPs and checklists for Justifications and Approvals.
Project Budget Analyst 10/2004 to 05/2006 MTC Services Corporation Quantico, VA
  • Oversaw the budget formulation, review and execution of Marine Corps appropriations and funds totaling over $10 million annually.
  • Developed a Fund Controls reporting system for Tactical Remote Sensor System (TRSS) Project from the ground up.
  • Collected all pertinent data to import and form a valuable accounting system to utilize and manipulate data for the.
Accountant 10/2001 to 08/2003 Department of Homeland Security Quantico, VA
  • Researched all transactions made by Immigration And Naturalization Services( INS) employees that work for the Embassies worldwide and processed the accrued amount.
  • Monitored and made any changes to advancements, advancement collections, disbursements, reimbursements, and refunds for all embassy procurements.
  • Verified and validated all obligations made through Immigration And Naturalization Services( INS) for accuracy before quarterly audits.
  • Ensured proper corrections were made to errors found, by contacting correct division with recommended solution(s).
  • Notified vendors of payment(s) made or duplicate invoices that have been paid and needed to be reversed.
  • Conducted research on for government contract documents and created procurement management reports.
  • Coordinated with the technical team to ensure certification of appropriate funding prior to award of purchase orders.
  • Processed bilateral and unilateral purchase order modifications requested by Contracting Officer's Technical Representatives (COTRs).
Military Service Personnel Specialist 06/1988 to 06/1995 United States Air Force
  • Supervised and performed personnel activities and functions, including personnel action requests, source documents, unit, field, and master personnel records, and orderly room tasks.
  • Interviewed and classified Airmen and Officers in career progression.
  • Updated Personnel Data System (PDS) records.
  • Managed Air Force retention programs, assisted military personnel in making career decisions, advised on personal affairs matters and ensured all actions were in compliance with personnel policies, directives, and procedures.
Project Officer and Project Leader
  • Monitored and modified all changes made to the Master Funding Workbook.
  • Identified operational processes inefficiencies and recommended necessary improvements.
  • Processed and prepared Federal Acquisition Forms including the FAR checklist, Procurement Request NAVCOMPT Form 2276, Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPRs), and completed PDF Forms used to make government purchases.
  • Tracked all incoming and outgoing shipments by project number.
  • Processed all shipping request through the Tracking Inventory Control System to account for equipment.
  • Researched item(s) for price, availability and other specifications needed before submission for final approval and processing.
  • Monitored milestone schedules, budgets, and costs while adapting plans to meet custom-curtailed program requirements assuring the success for the program.
Education and Training
Associate of Science: Accounting 1998 University of Maryland Accounting

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Professional Summary

Ambitious, detail-oriented business/fiance professional versed in balancing priorities and meeting deadlines under pressure. Adapts quickly to challenges, changing environments and adept at managing the administrative side as well as technical aspects of business analytics.

  • Financial and management accounting
  • Business development
  • Financial forecasting
  • Needs assessments
  • Strategic cost management
  • SAS
  • SQL
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Financial reporting and analysis
  • Web-based reporting tools
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Budgeting
Work History
Fund Financial Analyst 01/2018 to Current
Vanguard Malvern, PA
  • Developed forecasting tools to analyze revenue variance, business pipeline and industry trends.
  • Improved operational efficiency and cultivated cost reduction and increased productivity.
  • Conducted financial and legal research and analysis for high net-worth individuals.
  • Collected data and developed detailed spreadsheets to identify trends and create revenue, profitability and expense forecasts.
  • Gathered, organized and input information into digital database.
  • Reviewed performance benchmarks and established metrics for future tracking.
  • Applied knowledge of data modeling and statistical analysis to note trends and draw conclusions.
  • Documented business processes and analyzed procedures to align with changing business needs.
Budget Analyst 03/2016 to 01/2018
1Love4Animals Chester Springs, PA
  • Tracked financial progress by creating quarterly and yearly balance sheets.
  • Reconciled company bank, credit card and line of credit accounts.
  • Generated reports detailing various metrics and account information.
  • Analyzed monthly balance sheet accounts for corporate reporting.
  • Performed complex general accounting functions, including preparation of journal entries, account analysis and balance sheet reconciliations.
  • Created presentation formats for monthly/quarterly reviews of expense charge-outs.
  • Created periodic reports comparing budgeted costs to actual costs.
Business Analyst 01/2013 to 10/2015
Philidor RX Services Hatboro, PA

  • Developed start-up and scaling cost estimates for business plans proposed to venture capital firms.
  • Researched and resolved issues regarding the integrity of data flow into databases.
  • Developed a set of metrics derived from raw company data to track improvements in organizational efficiency.
  • Partnered with CFO to create and revise annual budget.
  • Recommended operational improvements based on tracking and analysis.
  • Performed competitor bench marking analysis and identified savings opportunities and potential product enhancements.
Assistant Clinical Support Specialist 02/2012 to 12/2012
GlaxoSmithKline Oaks, PA
  • Collaborated with project managers to ensure that file content and format are consistent with good, ethical clinical practice and standard operating procedures, including data management documents
  • Answered and managed incoming and outgoing calls while recording accurate messages.
  • Provided document QC support ensuring formatting, styles, tables and graphics were within FDA submission standards.
  • Assisted in developing records management presentations, tracking record and information assets throughout the records life cycle ; from receipt to disposition, and capturing information assets. The capture of information may include indexing, cataloging, data entry, scanning, and file transfer.
MBA: Business Administration 2019 West Chester University - West Chester, PA
CORe: Credential of Readiness 2018 HBX - Harvard Business School
Bachelor of Arts: Human Services 2014 Chestnut Hill College - Philadelphia, PA

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Capable Accountant successful at managing multiple projects and consistently meeting deadlines under pressure. Extensive knowledge of accounting software and processes.
  • Financial statement analysis
  • Budget forecasting expertise
  • Account reconciliation expert
  • General ledger accounting
  • Expert in customer relations
  • Advanced computer proficiency (PC and Mac)
  • Effective time management 
  • Excellent managerial techniques
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Superior research skills  
  • Flexible team player
  • Intermediate Excel Experience
  • Intermediate Access Experience
  • Experience Microsoft Word
06/2012 to 07/2017
Budget Analyst II Federal Management Systems Inc Grand Prairie, TX
  • Processed a large number invoices per month for a large-scale organization.
  • Reduced time and costs and increased efficiency by introducing new accounting procedures.
  • Renegotiated payment terms with dozens of suppliers.
  • Calculated figures such as discounts, percentage allocations and credits.
  • Verified details of transactions, including funds received and total account balances.
  • Researched and resolved billing and invoice problems.
  • Balanced batch summary reports for verification and approval.
  • Conducted month-end balance sheet reviews and reconciled any variances.
  • Monitored $350,000,000 annually to ensure adequate funding 
  • Prepared reports for Verification & Validation (V&V), Undeliverable Orders (UDO's), Security Work Authorizations (SWA) and Negative Security Work Authorization 
  • Prepared reports for bi-weekly and 1/12 billing 
  • Validated electronic systems were processing transactions accurately and reflecting current financial and account procedures 
  • Conducted contract administration by processing receiving reports and invoices in Web View and FFMS 
03/2010 to 12/2010
Accountant DRO/CIS: Intergovernmental Service Agreements Dallas, TX
Contract through Federal Management System Incorporation (FMSI) for the Dallas Finance Center (DFC) as a Staff Accountant in the Detention and Removal Operations
  • performing a segment of account payable functions
  • financial analysis
  • administration work
  • manages a variety of contracts
  • process multi-million dollar payments for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
  • Adjudicate and post payment according to the Improper Payment Act (IPA) and the Prompt Payment Act (PPA)
  • All of what I do facilitates according to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the various payments
03/2000 to 03/2010
Financial Analyst Federal Management System Inc Dallas , Texas
Verified details of transactions, including funds received and total account balances.Suggested process improvements to secure prompt and regular receipts for the organization.Coded the general ledger and processed vendor invoice payments.
  • Deposited third party checks, as well as monthly reserve transfers.
  • Revamped accounting quality system to prepare for important audits.
  • Directed and educated junior team members on auditing techniques and software.
  • Monitored new trends and technologies as they applied to audit areas.
  • Systematically prepared documents and assembled financial statements for independent auditors.
Education and Training
James Madison High School
Associate Degree: Accounting/Computer Science International Technical Institute Accounting/Computer Science Federal Management Systems, Inc.
March 2010
DRO/CIS: Intergovernmental Service Agreements (IGSA), Marshall Support Service Agreements (MSSA), Delivery Orders (DO), Contracts (CONTR), Purchase Orders (PO), and Employee Training and Employee Expense (EMPEXP). Dallas, Texas Contract through Federal Management System Incorporation (FMSI) for the Dallas Finance Center (DFC) as a Staff Accountant in the Detention and Removal Operations (DRO)/Customs Immigration Services (CIS) department, performing a segment of account payable functions, financial analysis, administration work, manages a variety of contracts, process multimillion dollar payments for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Adjudicate and post payment according to the Improper Payment Act (IPA) and the Prompt Payment Act (PPA). All of what I do facilitates according to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the various payments in
June 2000
Responsible for correction, creating spreadsheet, new hire, processing payroll for emergency room physicians, printing checks, create direct deposit, filing upon completion of the payroll, verifying physician's employment; working as a team member assisting and training others. Entry Level Accountant Dallas, Texas Accountable for performing quality and professional work as a contractor; performed such task as processing payroll and physicians verification at EMCARE Incorporation. Crediting returns and shortages, maintain orderly files for president of Plastic Manufacturing Inc. Performed billing and invoicing renter agreement for UPS Trust Leasing. Also, performed various duties for other companies such as an accounts payable, account receivable general ledgers, and others accounting duties. Also' completing the assignments and always was hired through the several company.
Activities and Honors
  • Over 10 years of accounting experience 
  • Liaison with HQ Financial Management Audit team working to reconcile prior SCA Wage Adjustments in a 4-year span in the amount of $500,000,000
  • Worked as project manager for Hurricane IKE
  • Assist in the development of the Nationwide COR (Contracting Office Representative) Business Matric which is being used by all the regions under FPS 
  • Worked on 3 major disasters projects as part of the emergency response team 

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Professional Summary
Results-oriented Resource Manager with a decade of specialized experience in increased effectiveness, efficiency and economy of military and private sector operations. Demonstrated success in evaluating, planning, programing and coordinating programs to maximize quality and productivity. Well-versed in finance, accounting (Cost, Managerial, Financial, and Budgetary), budgeting and coordinating manpower, inventory and services needed to a support complex programs. Proactive, continually identifying and implementing improvements to policy and procedures. Excellent communicator, with strong interpersonal skills; able to foster and maintain positive professional relationships with individuals at all organizational levels. Army Cost Management warrior, with expertise in both finance and technology, with the ability to leverage the Army's investment in SAP, both LMP and GFEBS, to deliver dynamic costing and controlling solutions.
  • Budget Execution
  • Advanced financial analysis
  • Strategic cost management
  • Financial and operational reporting
  • BI and Controlling Solutions
  • Advanced analytics
  • Budget analysis expert
  • Performance measurement
  • Comprehensive ERP Knowledge
  • Resource Management
  • Budget Formulation
  • Project managementCross functional leadership
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • GAAP and statutory reporting
  • General ledger accounting
  • Data Trending
  • Audit Readiness (JRP, Attestation, Assurance)
  • Comptrollership & Decision Support
Certified Defense Financial Manager, Defense Financial Management Certification Level 2, Certified Government Financial Manager, Certified Management Accountant
Work History
07/2017 to Current
Chief, Mission Support Branch Supervisory Budget Analyst US European Command AP
  • GS-13-0560 , Salary: $85,935/year, Supervisor: COL Styer, , 40 hours/week.
  • Manages a $186 million in budget authority across four appropriations and fourteen functional areas with annual budget that grew 15% in two years with European Deterrence Initiative (EDI) funding.
  • Managed high volumes of financial activity in a fast-paced, risk-based COCOM environment.
  • Analyses key aspects of budget execution to evaluate the factors driving results and summarised results into briefings GO/FO level briefings.
12/2014 to Current
Aviation and Missile Command Redstone Arsenal, AL
Senior Staff Accountant
  • GS-13-0510 , Salary: $85,935/year, Supervisor: Felicia Williams, , 40 hours/week.
  • Expertly applied financial management optimization concepts, principles, and practices in order to leverage SAP and other ERP solutions.
  • Shined in several accounting and budget execution roles, while leading successful change management IPTs, excelled during periods of expedited promotions and rapid increases in responsibilities.
  • Plans, directs, controls and executes all managerial accounting and budget execution activities for Industrial Operations (IO) Business Analysis Division Serves as the liaison with AMC, all LCMCs, Depots, PEOs, IMCOM, AMRDEC, and DFAS in support of the overall mission and goals of the AMCOM LCMC IO Resource Management mission.
  • Maintain and analyze depot financial, budget, and accounting metric data and utilizes that data to keep AMCOM command group informed of Depot Net Operating Results (NOR) and for reporting the depot financial metrics.
  • Certified management accountant instrumental in correcting $100M accounting error entered into the LEAD charts of transactions for daily execution limiting the activities' risk exposure in the year of execution.
  • Delivers advice and consultation on the technical aspects of forecasting and cost management and estimation to accomplishing program objectives and the control of AMCOM appropriations across several diverse and differing revenue sources.
  • Provides budget relevant data centric reports to the Directors, senior executives, program managers and recommendations as needed to resolve budget problems.
  • Develops, reconciles, and submits the budget schedules, spend plans, and created own budgetary metric known as earn & burn rate to higher headquarters.
  • Coordinates external stakeholders on issues ranging from policy and procedures to UFR's or requests for additional allocations.
  • Explains budget and resourcing limitations, program requirements and directives.
  • Provides budgetary and technical leadership for development of cost estimates associated budget requirements for the preparation and submission of budget estimates.
  • Analyzes program and budget guidance and instructions from higher headquarters to determine impact on organizational ongoing operations.
  • Formulates organizational internal operating budget based on cost data submitted by cost center managers.
  • Analyzes budget submissions; conduct trend comparisons between programs and consistency with prior and current year cost data.
  • Attends and briefs Program Budget Advisory Committee (PBAC) and represent and defend organizational position on all resource management matters.
  • Develops and implement policies and procedures to ensure adequate control over execution of the operating budget.
  • Performs role as a fund certifying officer; follow-up on commitments/obligations and unliquidated obligations for current and prior years.
  • Analyze trends in fund utilization and reconcile expenditures and status of funds in order to provide a micro level view for the preparation and execution of the operating budgets for Letterkenny Army Depot and Corpus Christi Army Depot.
  • Conducts comparative analysis on budget variances and trend analysis involving workload, project performance, cost-benefit, return on investment, direct labor hours, overhead, and budget management relationships to include evaluation of dependable performance metrics.
  • Leads working groups, IPTs, in development of RM programs and initiatives focusing on increasing the effective and efficient utilization of resources through management redesign and business process improvement.
  • Developed AMCOM wide policy for Cost Transfer and Journal voucher processing and preparation and created an Accounting report reconciliation system to assist in reconciling proprietary and budgetary reports, and the system is able to reconcile the budgetary ledgers to Industrial Operations execution expense and revenue reports enabling instant access to historical reconciliation.
  • Serves as the AMCOM Logistics Center Industrial Operations Business Division Senior Accounting Officer and audit readiness lead, JRP lead, with complete accounting program authority as defined by GAAP and IAW DFAS-IN 37-1.
  • Implemented internal controls to ensure financial reports accurately reflect the actual position of the organization and adequate controls are in place to track funds received through various channels for Depot Maintenance internal and external workload enabling/increasing a more transparent audit trail of nearly $2B in Army, DOD, FMS, and Federal Funding.
  • Remarkably performs Accounting role allowing for dissolving of an Accounting team saving AMCOM 3.3M in labor cost avoidance over 24 months.
  • Manages $940 million in revenue program forecasting, operations, accounting and budgetary reporting.
  • Compiled financial reports pertaining to cash receipts, expenditures and profit and loss via DFAS 1307 and other Army Financial reports.
  • Performed complex general accounting functions, including preparation of journal entries, account analysis and balance sheet reconciliations.
  • Proposed and published metrics and KPIs to be incorporated into the monthly financials and scorecards.
  • Worked with management at the project level to ensure expense plans are achieved.
  • Performed periodic budgeting and revenue modeling to project monthly resourcing objectives.
  • Daily monitoring, interpretations of budget execution trends, and analysis of financial reports.
  • Compiled financial statements and Status of fund reports on a short schedule with nearly 100% accuracy.
  • Generated financial statements and facilitated account closing procedures each month, and during Year End close.
  • Modified a comprehensive financial reporting packages to reflect growing organizational complexity.
  • Expertly applies accounting principles, theories, concepts, and practices in new or novel ways to solve problems where no clear precedents exist.
  • Serves as Industrial Operations command financial advisor on budget formulation and budget execution, to ensure budget program milestones and the solution of complex budgetary issues.
  • Defines and priority shortfalls and variances based on knowledge of command resourcing priorities and CG objectives.
  • Develops comprehensive year-end closeout objectives and closely monitors subordinate commands execution at yearend to ensure most effective and efficient stewardship of funds.
12/2012 to 12/2014
Financial Management Analyst United States Army Japan & I Corp Zama, AP
  • GS-0501-11, $52,935/year Supervisor: Missy Lee, , 40 hours/week.
  • Expertly distilled 30 years' worth of support agreement financial, budgetary, and resource management documentation and indexed everything to a single source electronic repository.
  • Evaluated the accounting and budget systems and the accounting services rendered, and devised and recommended changes that increase efficiency of accounting and budget execution procedures and overall management operations.
  • Monitored unfavorable trends or deviations and suggested necessary corrective actions.
  • Assisted management officials in applying financial data and information derived from ERP sources (GFEBS, STANFINS, GCSS-A).
  • Expert professional knowledge of and skill in applying accounting and budget principles, theories, and techniques to independently perform accounting work for operational programs or systems and to analyzing, and providing advice to management on accounting and financial matters.
  • Controlled elements of execution that are typically analyzed include the gamut of financial transactions (Commitment, obligations, Expenditures, Disbursements, Reconciliations), as well as reimbursements, debt, and cash management programs.
  • Actively participated in decision-making sessions with managers and provides interpretations of accounting and budget reports, statements, and other financial data.
  • Served as acting Manpower Division Chief as needed, overseeing the coordination, formulation, execution and analysis of manpower/equipment and management studies, projects and assignments.
  • Managed initiatives related to short/ long range strategic planning and future focus, strategic development, management and program analysis, information management and continuous process improvement initiatives.
  • Performed quantitative and qualitative analysis of program measures to isolate, identify and correct enforcement deficiencies in order to determine funds and budget allocations.
  • Provided advice and assistance to the G-8, other staff offices, subordinate commands and other Army activities on Burdersharing, Manpower programs, Budget execution, accounting.
  • Analyzed the impact of cost sharing programs on Army resources and missions.
  • Develop special studies, models, and projections for cost sharing issues.
  • Addressed requests for civilian personnel actions.
  • Review requests for compliance with manpower and financial constraints and Coordinate personnel actions with local CPAC.
  • Served as USARJ representative to Major Command United States Army Pacific for Force Management Synchronization.
  • Lead ten-year budget execution analysis and audit trail of USARJ staff and special staffs.
  • Provided advice and recommendations on all aspects of the OMA, and other Army programs budgets to the MSC's budget officials and program managers.
  • Drafted analyses, which examines the impact and significance to the MSC's program budget of new or revised legislation, policies, procedures, and program requirements.
  • Develops narrative Justifications in support of new or revised program and budgetary requirements.
  • Served as Analyst, Host Nation Cost Sharing/Programs function with responsibilities for 1) assigned current and out year special funding programs, 2) providing assistance with the host Nation Support programs.
  • Army Expert on GOJ Cost Sharing Program and Policy for Army in Japan with estimated annual value of $332M (labor cost sharing for 3,800 MLC employees at $200M, utilities cost sharing for Army at $16M, FIP at $100M, indirect cost at $16M).
  • Expert knowledge of qualitative, quantitative, and analytical techniques used in evaluating and measuring the effectiveness, efficiency, and productivity of administrative and resource funding programs; combined with knowledge of the mission, organization, and work processes of activities throughout the installation.
  • Effectively and efficiently assisted in the management of the DTS travel program for the command.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of DOD travel regulations, pertinent, congressional laws, and finance and accounting standards pertaining to travel and per diem and associated accounting concepts.
  • Drafted POM submission; linked requirements to dollars - postured subordinate Aviation Battalion for outlying years operations.
  • Oversaw the budget execution $20 million of theater specific exercise funding; including Yama Sakura, Orient Shield, and other JCS exercises.
  • Integrated manpower management activities necessary to structure and resource the Army's force program within the guidance and constraints of Congress, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, HQDA, and the major commands.
  • Spearheaded unique USARJ Host Nation TDA consolidation, and implementation of CG MLC directives.
  • Expertly performed Lead Analyst role for the submission USARJ FY15 Command Plan analysis and documentation (Sections I, II, and III) resulting in a savings of $46,000 to USARJ.
  • Tracked expenditures when necessary to secure 99.9% execution to balance the government funds to budget, while member of MAO.
  • Provided resource management advice and services to management to meet the day-to-day and long-range management needs of the command.
  • Expertly distilled 30 years' worth of support agreement documentation and indexed everything to a single source electronic repository.
  • Evaluated the accounting systems and the accounting services rendered, and devises and recommends changes that will increase efficiency of accounting procedures and benefit management operations.
  • Monitored unfavorable trends or deviations and suggested necessary corrective actions.
  • Assisted management officials in applying financial data and information derived from ERP sources (GFEBS, STANFINS, GCSS-A).
  • Installation Management Command (USAGJ) Camp Zama, Japan Operations Officer GS-2150-07, Salary: $35,930/year Supervisor: Daniel Fladger, 40 hours/week.
  • Managed the day to day operation of Airfield Directorate.
  • Enhanced business relationships between MLCs, DA Civilians, Soldiers, and contractors by using knowledge of Japanese language skills and cultural awareness.
  • Led monthly meetings with directors to analyze spending and provide financial recommendations.
  • Created and maintained precise and accurate models, charts and reports.
  • Developed forecasting tools, dashboards, and other metrics measures to analyze performance.
  • Budgeted active and proposed projects by accurately determining pricing, margins and risk factors.
  • Processed flight notification with Air Traffic Control facilities.
  • Coordinated and provide general airfield management services and administrative duties.
  • Inspected condition of runways, taxiways, aprons, operational status of airfield support facilities (airfield lighting, barriers, and navigational aids) and obstacles in violation of airfield standards.
  • Performed job hazard analysis to identify potential dangers and safety issues.
  • Assisted in mishap investigations and provided safety training as needed.
  • Relayed departure, arrival, delay, aircraft and airfield status, and other pertinent information.
  • Coordinated communications between ATC and maintenance personnel.
  • Processed extended and local flight plans, to include the examination for conformance with Army Regulations and other flight planning rules and regulations.
  • Alerted appropriate agencies in the event of an overdue aircraft, emergency or crash landings using search and rescue (SAR) procedures.
  • Effectively directed flight planning, Notice to Airman processing, refueling, weather, and flight operations services for 800+ flight plans and 800+ serviced aircraft exceeding baseline requirements by 30% with only 60% of authorized personnel.
  • Provided integral leadership and technical support at Kastner Airfield Operations mission to support Japan in disaster relief following the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
01/2010 to 12/2010
Financial Management Analyst CLSA Asia Pacific Tokyo, Japan
  • Salary: $85,935/year, Supervisor: S.A, Ishida, 81-9026-6205, 50 hours/week.
  • Monitored, verified, evaluated, audited, and revised accounting reports and financial operations for multiple financial management/accounting systems.
  • Directed all financial data retrieval, organization, preparation, reconciliation, and submission of financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Practices (GAAP).
  • Prepared monthly financial statements, reports, budgets, payroll, and sales taxes.
  • Confirmed inter-company balances for all boat group divisions.
  • Inspected accounting information, documents, and records to confirm compliance with revised rules and regulations, acknowledged accounting strategies at large, and new operating procedures.
  • Performed broad cost calculation duties for numerous projects and ensured maintenance of expenditure control by reviewing the accounting and budgeting documentation.
  • Articulated operational recommendations for the reduction of cost; provided education of fiscal systems to office personnel; prepared balance sheets and financial statements.
  • Successfully passed four financial audits, two bank audits, an IRS Audit, and an internal controls audit.
  • Researched historical data, analyzed accounting inefficiencies, and instituted a financial reporting system that met GAAP standards.
  • Accurately balanced multi-million dollar financial plan managed all duties correlated to the financial plan preparation using the structural pertinent software.
  • Maintained financial bookkeeping systems, consolidated budget and issued financial reports to CFO and division executive hedge fund manager.
  • Developed forecasting tools and dashboards to analyze revenue variance, business pipeline and industry trends.
12/2005 to 01/2010
Operations Officer (Soldier) United States Army
  • Salary: $65,935/year, Supervisor: LTC Mills, , 60 hours/week.
  • Directed unit resource management planning activities.
  • Assured unit equipment was properly maintained and the necessary level of unit readiness to accomplish missions.
  • Developed and implemented comprehensive training program, integrating airfield manager's procedures and directives.
  • Procured, produced and provided information on the safe operation of aircraft, such as flight planning publications, operations publications, charts and maps, and weather information.
  • Coordinated with base agencies to meet aircrew requirements for billeting, messing, refueling, transportation, and transient aircraft maintenance.
  • Awarded numerous Army awards for action directly related to unit Operations and organizational Safety.
  • Enabled multi-million landing strip development and construction projects and directed airbase enhancements, progressive procedures, and maintenances.
  • Presented "what if" scenarios for budget assumptions and forecasting strategies.
  • Ran and analyzed monthly risk reports for the executive team.
Ph.D: Business Administration California Intercontinental University - Irvine, CA
Business Administration
MBA: Business Administration California Intercontinental University - Irvine, CA
Business Administration
Bachelor of Arts: Social Science University of California - Santa Barbara, CA
Social Science
Professional Certificate Army Comptroller Course Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, CA Army Cost Management Coure Army Staff and Management College Fort Leavenworth, KS Foundation, Basic, Intermediate, Supervisor Development, Managers Development Courses: Syracuse University - Syracuse, NY