3.90 GPA, Summa Cum Laude Honors
Member of Alpha Chi National College Honor Society
Member ofTri-Beta National Biological Honor Society
Pre-Professional Club (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014): President 2013-2014 and Vice president, 2012-2013. Fostered professional relationships through community and scholastic involvement. Bridged a partnership with NWMSU pre-professional organization and organized a Financial Aid presentation, “How to Pay for Professional School”, organized multiple medical, dental, and other professional program campus visits and presentations, developed and led a MCAT study group, led a dissection lab during Super Science Saturday, developed and organized a judging panel for a high school level science fair which awarded the first ever Pre-Professional Award, and developed a dental outreach program that was awarded a $500 scholarship.
Dental Community Outreach Program (Spring 2013):Developed and led an oral hygiene health program to mentor middle school students.
Eagle Scout Merit Badge College (2011, 2012, 2013): Citizenship in the world merit badge instructor. This course is a requirement for Eagle Scout.
Elementary School Tutor (August 2010-May 2011): Mentored 6th graders in science and math at a Title 1 school.
Toys for Tots (2011, 2012, 2013): Volunteered at the local boys home during the holiday season, providing dinner and distributing gifts.
Super Science Saturday Volunteer (2013, 2014): Lead the dissection lab.
MARSEF Science Fair Judge (2013, 2014): Organized and led a judging panel that awarded the first ever pre-professional award given to the student who demonstrated the proper scientific exploration into a medically relevant topic.
Business Relations Chairman, Children's Miracle Network (2015, 2016):
Manage physician workflow through documentation, coordination between hospital departments and time management. Trained in Heartland Regional Medical Centers electronic records system and worked side by side with emergency medicine physicians documenting patient history, medical examinations, diagnosis, procedures performed in the emergency department, and the disposition of the patient. Proved instrumental in the coordination of different hospital specialties to ensure quick transfer and evaluation of the patient ensuring the highest of quality of care.
Strategically manage passenger and cargo handling operations for a C-130 military aircraft. Manage load planning through the analysis of documentation and manifests. Reference a variety of manuals to ensure standards are enforced and upheld when executing tasks. Communicate effectively with numerous air terminal representatives to ensure the expedited movement of personnel and cargo, thus increasing efficiency. Use mathematical formulas to calculate the weight and balance of the aircraft and allowable movement of cargo under emergency situations. Oversee safety regulations among passengers and ground personnel. Maintain proficiency in knowledge of job duties. Employ equipment and personnel airdrops in a deployed location under combat conditions. 640 hours.
Notified next of kin that their loved one had passed away. Arranged for the transportation and disposition of remains from the site of death to the final place of internment. Ensured mortuary entitlements, escorts, and military honors are arranged. Established and maintained mortuary case files. Plans and coordinates visitation and funeral services as well as the inspection of the remains. Worked technical mortuary functions such as supervising teams for the search and recovery of human remains. A Key facilitator in maintaining and managing $150 million worth of equipment. Revamped and organized records system and accountability of government assets with 100% financial accuracy. Postured 65 unit personnel for contingency/war time deployments. Managed and supervised Unit Control Center for Search and Recovery mortuary affairs exercises. Managed a merger of two military squadrons consisting of more than 2,000 civilian and military personnel.
2016 Officer of the Year: 139th Medical Squadron, 139th Medical Group
MWSU Pre-Professional Outstanding Student of the Year Award, 2013 and 2014
MWSU Department of Biology Scholastic Key, 2012, 2013, 2014
MWSU Presidents Honor Roll, Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2014, and Spring 2014
Earned $500 scholarship for the Pre-Professional Organization from MOSDOH by designing and implementing community health initiative
Services Airman of the Year Award, Scott AFB 2009
Airman of the Month Award, Kuwait 2007
Outstanding performer during a Operational Readiness Inspection, 2008
Military Decoration: Air Force Commendation Medal, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award (2), Combat Readiness Medal, Good Conduct Medal (1), National Defense Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terror Service Medal, Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon, Air Force longevity Service (1), USAF NCO PME Graduate Ribbon, Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon, AF Training Ribbon
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