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State of North Carolina Property and Casualty Insurance
Advanced Human Resources Leadership Course- Fort
Jackson, South Carolina
The course emphasized advanced skills in Human Resources Systems and Personnel Assistance Center actions to include Personnel Accounting and Strength Reporting (PASR), Casualty Reporting, Personnel Pay Operations, Postal Operations and other Human Resources core competencies within the Human Resource Office.
Basic Leadership Course- Fort Lewis, Washington
Provided training in basic leadership skills, manager duties, responsibilities and authority, and how to conduct performance- oriented training. It focused on leader training for first time leaders. Produced high-productivity, competent leaders using small group instruction with practical application, followed by hands-on, performance-oriented training.
Administrative Assistant Course- Fort Jackson, South Carolina
Provided training in correspondence. Employed
composition and grammar principles in preparing all
correspondences. Proofread typed documents against
documents. Prepared registered/certified mail for
Prepared suspense control documents and maintaining
files. Signed for property and picked up registered
mail. Performed typing and clerical duties shown at
high level of
skill and provided technical guidance on
to typists and clerical personnel. Answered
inquiries from staff;
advised personnel on administrative and clerical
matters. Set up
and maintained logs, rosters, status boards,
charts, graphs, and viewgraphs.
Hobbies. Soccer, Golf, Snowboard, Travelling, Philosophy / Assistant in a center for homeless people (cold season).
French, native tongue.
English fluent, numerous stays in the United States/Canada.
Good oral and written skills in Spanish
Physics & Electromagnetism 98-00 Travelling in US/Canada. 96-98 Classe préparatoire, Lycée Turgot, Paris, France. 2 years program preparing for the national competitive exam for entry to engineering schools.
Senior Cyber Operations Professional with over 20 years of military service with experience in Cyber Operations and Information Technology. An exceptionally competent and detail-oriented leader with a goal-oriented focus. Excellent team-building skills with impeccable work ethics. Consistently seeks out and analyzes organizational issues and performance-enhancing opportunities for implementation.
Senior Research Scientist for national critical infrastructure, public-private partnerships, and cyber exercises within the Army Cyber Institute (ACI) to accomplish objectives in support of the Department of Defense, and the Army's mission in cyberspace. Responsible to further the development of the Cyber Branch and the advancement of education within the military. Conducts outreach, provides expertise and advises leaders on government, industry, and academia collaborative efforts to develop and evolve public-private partnerships. Serves as the ACI cyber operations expert.
Led a joint team of 44 soldiers, airmen, and civilians to build, develop, and maintain the prototype Defensive Cyber Operations (DCO) platform for the Joint Mission Operations Center (JMOC) in support of the Cyber Mission Force. Served as a subject matter expert on cyberspace operations and coordinated directly with US Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM), Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER), the National Security Agency, and other partner organizations to enable operations in support of national and combatant command objectives. Conducted and coordinated incident response actions to ensure multiple contiguous operations. Led training and mentored fellow DCO personnel regarding technical competencies and challenges. Developed and administered policies to address mission requirements and establish operational guidelines.
Cyberspace Operations Element Lead for 44 National Mission Team, working in direct support of the Commander of USCYBERCOM, responsible for protecting critical infrastructure for the United States. Assigned as an Exploitation Analyst (EA), responsible for leading integrated operations and analysis on the execution of critical, time-sensitive, collection and analysis in support of national, joint and Army requirements. Served as the Task Force Technical Director, responsible for providing technical guidance to 13 teams on the employment of offensive and defensive cyberspace missions. Functioned as a Mission Commander, responsible for leading offensive cyberspace operations. Served as the Battalion EA Curator, responsible for the health and advancement of 96 EAs across the brigade.
Responsible for leading, directing, and synchronizing a world-wide deployable team to detect, illuminate, and respond to adversarial presence on the DoD Information Network and networks of national importance. As the team's Planner, responsible for evaluating team response to events in cyberspace. Advised the Team Leader on the correct tactical actions during planning and operations. Served as the team Intelligence Oversight Officer.
Directed actions, training, and mission alignment of a national-level Discovery and Counter-Infiltration Team, responsible for the development of the sensor strategy and deployed sensor capabilities to support mission risk mitigation strategies. Characterized advanced adversarial tradecraft within US and coalition networks that evade routine security measures. Developed, created, and modified existing computer applications, software, or specialized utility programs. Developed and conducted tests of systems and processes to ensure their compliance with security requirements and regulations. Served as the team Intelligence Oversight Officer.
Served as the Army-level subject matter expert on application based security. Responsible for leading, directing, and evaluating plans, policies, and procedures for the Department of Army's Cyber and Information Technology capabilities and services for the nation. Directly supported cyber operations by providing advice and guidance to strategic and expeditionary forces on IT capabilities; Information Assurance security and compliance; command and control systems; hardware installation; configuration management; project planning. Responsible for the development of tactics, techniques, and procedures, orders, and planning for Army HBSS implementation and operations.
Network Defense Planner for the Army Cyber Operations and Integration Center, responsible for directing and managing a multidisciplinary team consisting of service members and civilians. Assisted in planning, integrating, and synchronizing network operations and the defense of all Army networks. Ensured Army orders, directives, and initiatives are integrated and synchronized within ARCYBER processes and enforces compliance across six theaters of operation. Provided ARCYBER, Defense Information Systems Agency, Army CIO/G6, and USCYBERCOM leadership with situational awareness and compliance reporting.
Technical expert for the Brigade Combat Team on the technical employment of battlefield distributed communications and automation systems. Responsible for leading a team consisting of 20 service members and civilians. Maintained, operated, integrated, and secured the Brigade Combat Team's networks, Army Battle Command Systems, Combat Net Radio systems, Global Broadcast System, Joint Automated Deep Operations Coordination System, and Persistent Surveillance and Dissemination System of Systems. Responsible for the management of the training of personnel on the installation, maintenance, operations, integration, security, and troubleshooting of the tactical intranets and video teleconferencing systems. Planned and performed communications security account management oversight in garrison and combat operations. Implemented Information Assurance plans as the Brigade Information Assurance Manager.
Medium Internet Protocol Package Team Chief responsible for the health, welfare, and training, and combat readiness of 18 Joint Service Personnel; managed communications and networking equipment in excess of $8.5 million. Assigned to a selectively manned Joint Airborne Communications unit; provides complete communications for two Joint Task Forces and two Joint Special Operations Task Force Headquarters; direct reporting to US Joint Forces Command, which deployed worldwide in direct support of combatant commanders for contingencies ranging from major theater conflicts to humanitarian relief missions.
Provided communications support to the 82nd Airborne, four Joint Task Forces, and the Joint Special Operations Task Force Headquarters. Directly reported to US Joint Forces Command , deployed worldwide in direct support of the combatant commanders for contingencies ranging from the major theater wars to humanitarian relief missions; responsible for the training, installation, operations, and maintenance of military satellite terminals, Global Broadcast System, and the Cable News Network terminal.
(ABD-Anticipated Completion 2020)