Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Masters of Business Administration, 2002
Active in Operations, Consulting, and Sports and Entertainment Management
Awarded Ernest and Patricia Wuliger Scholarship for “significant academic
Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA
Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering, 1990
Army ROTC Top 5% National Fellowship Award
Dean’s List, Distinguished Military Graduate (Top 20% of graduating class)
Summer 2001 Booz-Allen & Hamilton McLean, VA
Assisted in developing a global procurement strategy for a leading
Researched industry best practices in the areas of performance metrics and
Interviewed client staff to evaluate client practices against industry best
Identified improvement opportunities within the above initiatives, estimated
cost/benefit for each
opportunity, and presented recommendations to client.
1997 - 2000 Honeywell International (AlliedSignal) Richmond, VA
Led ten-person, multi-plant team to increase alternate polymer performance.
performance improvement with an estimated annual benefit of $855,000.
Managed five fiber production lines with an annual output of 47 million
pounds. Applied Six Sigma
methodology to systematically improve output, efficiency, and quality.
Assisted in development of “Operator Goals and Expectations” for hourly
employees, the first formalized
performance tool of its kind.
Directed 40 hourly employees on rotating shifts in a union environment.
Improved production efficiency 5% by coaching employees and eliminating
Selected for promotion one year ahead of schedule.
1990 - 1997 Captain, United States Army
Assistant Logistics Officer South Korea
Coordinated development and execution of a $31 million budget for a brigade
of 1,400 soldiers.
Planned and directed logistical support for three field training exercises
involving 800 soldiers, 64
Apache helicopters, and 32 Patriot missile systems.
Intelligence Officer South Korea
Produced and disseminated classified intelligence products regarding the
missile defense strategy of the
Republic of Korea. Briefed senior army officers and trained over 150
soldiers on unit readiness, security
procedures, and enemy threat.
Developed IT capabilities enabling automated intelligence dissemination of
Plans Officer Fort Bragg, NC
Planned three training exercises for 680-man airborne infantry battalion.
Forecasted, allocated, and monitored the usage of training ammunition,
firing ranges, and aircraft.
Awarded Army Commendation Medals for performance during Operation Uphold
and for leading the rescue of an injured soldier.
Volunteer: Christmas in April, Community Outreach, and Values Based
MBA Resume for Project