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SUMMARY: Consummate professional. Very resourceful and creative. Accountable risk-taker t o accomplish tasks and mandates.

Ethical, dependable and possesses a strong mora l compass. Embraces and engages challenges, undeterred. Extremely well versed in extensive research, analytical, critical and logical skills. Maintains strong b usiness acumen. Strong negotiations skills, inclusive of volatile environments. Extremely poised and communicative orator. Makes clear and convincing oral prese ntations; listens effectively; clarifies information as needed to effectuate sou nd results. Expert leadership qualities and abilities to follow, lead and direc t others. Written Communication: Writes in a clear, concise, organized, and conv incing manner for the intended audience. Attention to Detail: Is thorough and pr ecise when accomplishing a task with concern for all aspects of the job involved ; double-checks the accuracy of information and work products to provide consist ently accurate and high-quality work. Knowledgeable in sector compliance and ma intains the ability to enforce policy, procedures, protocols, rules, enforce res pective governing laws and regulations. Applies knowledge of evaluation methodol ogy including metrics, fact-finding and investigative techniques. Engages in str ong team-building initiatives and maintains intestinal fortitude to guide self a nd others toward goal accomplishments. Inspires self and others to perform at st ratospheric levels, constantly motivates and stimulates cooperative working rela tionships. Exercises sound, researched, good judgment in making well-informed de cisions that affect team and self. Fosters commitment to goals, team spirit and trust. Strong mentoring disposition. Renders extensive coaching and guidance. De cisive and renders effective and timely decisions even under unpleasant conditio ns. Proactive approach to all mandates. Strong planning and evaluating skills. D etermines objectives and strategies to effectuate success. Strong organizational skill-set, sets priorities, determines resource requirements; coordinates with other parts of the organization to accomplish goals; monitors and evaluates the progress and outcomes of operational plans; anticipates potential threats or opp ortunities. Accountability: Assures that effective controls are developed and m aintained to ensure the integrity of the organization. Holds self and others ac countable for rules and responsibilities. Can be relied upon to ensure that pro jects within areas of specific responsibility are completed in a timely manner a nd within budget. Monitors and evaluates plans, focuses on results and measurin g attainment of outcomes. Conflict Management: Identifies and takes steps to pr event potential situations that could result in unpleasant confrontations. Mana ges and resolves conflicts and disagreements in a positive and constructive mann er to minimize negative impact. Leadership: Inspires, motivates and guides othe rs toward goal accomplishment; coaches, mentors and challenges subordinates; Ada pts leadership styles to a variety of situations; models high standards of hones ty, integrity, trust, openness, and respect for individuals by applying these va lues to daily behaviors. Partnering: Develops networks and builds alliances; col laborates across boundaries to build strategic relationships and achieve common goals. Seek advice, direction and guidance to mitigate losses to company, partne rs, stakeholders, employees and self. QUALIFICATIONS and ABILITIES: SUPERIOR MASTER LEVEL ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT & TRAIN ING, 12/2006 to PRESENT: 2011 POST-MASTERS on to PhD LEVELS Transnational Crime and Narcotics: Research/access/explore transnational crime and narcotics and its effects on national security, political, social, and econo mic development of countries around the world. Major focal point: proliferation and expanding influence of organized crime groups, the increasing links among cr ime groups, corruption, and links to terrorism from transnational crime and narc otics. Research/access/explore diverse dimensions of transnational crime and na rcotics in the context of increasing globalization and the exponential impact of technology advances; Recent developments in Narco-trafficking, illicit finance, corruption, the rule of law in conflict areas, the use of technology to facilit ate crime, and terrorist ties to crime and narcotics; concentration on the emerg ent links among crime groups, corruption and terrorism; diverse range of activit

ies of transnational crime groups in both the legitimate and illegitimate econom y; In depth analysis of the illicit narcotics issues specific to Mexico, Central /South America inclusive of the Caribbean, Afghanistan, Near and Far East countr ies, as well as an evaluation of security policy considerations relevant to tran snational crime and narcotics; Understand the significance of transnational crim e and narcotics as a national security policy concern; Identify and explain the significance of transnational crime and narcotics in the prolongation of conflic t and the distinguish the difference in how transnational crime and narcotics is perceived in the developing world from the developed world; Identify and explai n the significance of transnational crime and narcotics and linkages between tra nsnational crime, narcotics, corruption and terrorism; Understand the significan ce of technology as facilitator of transnational crime and narcotics trafficking ; Identify, analyze and explain significant policy and practical opportunities a nd challenges to combating transnational crime and narcotics trafficking. Drug Cartels and the Narcotics Threat: Research/assess/explore vast range of car tels, organizations, factions, groups and their organization, production, and di stribution networks. Research/examine/evaluate the U.S. counter-drug efforts on illicit drugs, Narco-terrorism and interdiction. Research/assess international d rug cartels and the threat they pose to the national security of the United Stat es. Research/examine/evaluate illicit drugs, produced outside of the United Stat es, as a national security issue. Research/examine/evaluate the National Drug Co ntrol Strategy changes from one Presidential Administration to another; Explore/ assess the basis for the threat, modus operandi of organizations, as well as the resources deployed against the threat. Review/determine variations in the strat egy of the deployment; Examine the scope of the threat as well as the potential of future threats; Analyze/explore U.S. international drug control efforts inclu ding maritime interdiction/Plan Colombia; Research money trail, laundering, Blac k Market Peso Exchange (BMPE). Evaluate significance of bureaucratic politics in the counter-drug effort. Analyze the financial mechanisms and economic signific ance of the drug trade. Compare and contrast the roles of different internationa l criminal organizations. Extensive knowledge in drug-interdiction efforts by SO UTHCOM, JIATF S, N, W. Coast Guard, PANEX N/S, and multiple counter-drug agencie s (DEA, ICE, CBP). Organized Crime: Demonstrate knowledge of the attributes and structure of organi zed crime; Assess organized crime through application of sociological and crimin ological theory; Interpret the historical and socio-political patterns of organi zed crime in the United States; Appraise the varieties and characteristics of tr ansnational organized crime; Contrast the major business components of organized crime controlled enterprises; Demonstrate knowledge of the history and evolutio n of drug trafficking by organized crime; and, Interpret the major organized cri me statutes, law enforcement entities, and investigative tools; Assessment and c omparative analysis of organized crime in the United States from an historical p erspective, with attention to causes and effects, and transnational effects and implications; Review/assess/explore activities associated with organized strateg ic aspects (i.e. profit-oriented ventures such as extortion, credit card fraud, counterfeiting, prostitution, drug trafficking, smuggling) and tactical issues ( i.e. activities that support the criminal organization such as money laundering, violence, corruption, collusion and recruitment. Port Security: Maritime/Seaport security threat assessments; Devise a nd implement defensive measures to protect ports from disruption or asymmetric a ttack, international cooperation, and national legislation. Define recommendati ons and solutions; Plans correlate with IMO mandates; Mitigate vulnerabilities a nd losses; Implement strategic security solutions under the IMO mandates for res pective seaport; Seaport technologies regarding access- ingress/egress, waterbor ne threats, communications, live-feed cameras, sensors (perimeter/waterborne), p erpetual monitoring of facility, intrusion detectors (spanning the entire seapor t spectrum), small craft Improvised Explosive Device (IED) barriers, underwater/

waterborne intrusion detection systems. CONUS and International Maritime Securit y Regulations; International Maritime Organization; Maritime Transportation Secu rity Act (2002); 24-Hour Advanced Manifest Rule; Container Security Initiative ( CSI); Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT); International Ship a nd Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code; International Port Security Program; Oper ation Safe Commerce (OSC); Smart Box Initiative; Ship Security Alert System; Aut omated Targeting System (ATS); 96-Hour Advance Notice of Arrival; National Targe ting Center (NTC); Maritime Intelligence Infusion Centers; High Interest Vessel Boarding; Operation Port Shield; Automatic Identification System; Area maritime Security Committees; Port Security Assessment Program; Non-Intrusive Inspection Technology (NII); Maritime Safety and Security Teams (MSSTs); Guarding In-Betwee n the Ports; Operation Dry-dock; Transportation Workers Identity Card (TWIC). Information Warfare: Research/assess/explore emerging area of Information Warfar e (IW), Information Operations (IO), C4I doctrine, Cyberspace/Cyberwarfare; Key elements of an Integrated Air Defense System (IADS); ISR; C2W; Open & Closed Sou rce Intelligence: HUMINT, SIGINT, OSINT, IMINT, MASINT, NETINT, COMINT, ELINT, F ISINT, TELINT. IO disciplines as Electronic Warfare (EW), Computer Network Attac k (CNA), Psychological Operations (PSYOP), Military Deception (MILDEC), and Oper ations Security (OPSEC). Render actions necessary to deny, degrade, disrupt, des troy or influence an adversary. Strategic Intelligence: Extensive research/analysis of the IC its organization s, operations and management structure. Intelligence Reform Act (2004). Assess f oundation/research and establish current formulations on recommended changes to the IC, post 9-11. Assess the intelligence cycle, types of intelligence, utility of intelligence, and structure of IC. Research/assess National Intelligence Org anizations; primary roles each member of the Defense Department Intelligence Org anizations; Functions of the Military Service Intelligence Organizations; Unifi ed Command Intelligence Organizations; Civilian Intelligence Organizations. Anal yze various types of intelligence analysis and production; Address how IC produc es reports, assessments, and evaluations; Cooperates with other governments inte lligence organizations; performs counterintelligence; and conducts covert operat ions. Assess the intelligence cycle, intelligence planning, collection, exploita tion, analysis, production, and dissemination phases; intelligence oversight str uctures/restrictions on U.S. national intelligence community activities as presc ribed by federal law, executive and agency directives, and the intelligence over sight system. Human Intelligence: Proficient in ARMY HUMINT MANUAL FM 2-22.3 Human Intelligenc e Collector Operations, 2006. Research/analyze/explore the fundamentals/control led Human Intelligence (HUMINT) operations from a management perspective, to inc lude mission-target analysis; operational planning, execution and evaluation; co ver, security and communications; collection and reporting; and financial manage ment as required to perform as a HUMINT collector or collection manager; Ability to assess, articulate and defend the soundness of operational concepts, plans a nd budgets. Research/evaluate basic HUMINT theory and procedures required to sp ot, assess, recruit, and run HUMINT sources; Explore procedures for assessing/us e of personality types in HUMINT operations/conduct of intelligence interrogatio n operations; perpetually formulating, re-assessing and re-addressing the HUMINT cases to effectuate results. Domestic Terrorism and Extremist Groups: Research/assess/explore history, emerge nce, and growth of domestic terrorist and extremist groups in U.S. Research, stu dy and assess various groups intentions, capabilities, and activities within con texts of and ramifications on political, national security, and legal paradigms. Evaluate radical roots of domestic extremist in the United States. Assess and e valuate principal drivers behind contemporary political violence in the United S tates. Assess/implement/execute the National Strategy for Homeland Security and Patriot Act (PL107-56); Safeguard the provisions of the Constitution.

Homeland Defense: Research/assess/explore the national security mission by exam ining threats, actors, and the organizational structures/resources required to d efend homeland. Examine/assess/research defensive/offensive measures against a w ide variety of asymmetric threats posed by international terrorism. Assess, rese arch and describe the sources of terrorism; Identify organizations, enemies, str ategies, programs, principles and state of preparedness of homeland security; As sess border security, internal home-grown threats of multiple groups and establi shes actionable measures to maintain intelligence against same groups. Assess of fensive/defensive measures to reactive and proactive actions against the wide va riety of asymmetric threats posed by Global Terrorism. Airport Security Design: Assess/explore comprehensive overview of current stateof-the-art airport security; Oversight of FAA/TSA/DHS mandates are adhered to; E xplore National Counterterrorism Center; TIDE; Terrorist Screening Database (FBI ). Air terminal security: physical security considerations, baggage screening, training requirements for security personnel, employee screening and awareness p rograms, aircraft security, ground and air security technologies, integrating se curity systems for maximum coverage and protection, effective local, state, and federal liaison, counter and anti-terrorism measures, narcotics and contraband the use of working dog teams, duty specific access and security considerations. Evaluate the architectural infrastructure of modern airports. Develop a layered /tiered basic security operations program and apply airport scenarios. Assess se curity information/breach/infiltration/penetration; choose proven methods, conce pts, and theories to devise unique and innovative solutions to problems associat ed with rapidly changing airport situations and technologies. Synthesize new par adigms regarding the management of international air terminals; Prepare airport contingency plans; Develop a state-of-the-art airport security system based on c urrent regulatory requirements and intimate knowledge of new technologies. Estab lish a concentric security plan for airport proper and surrounding landscapes to shore up the security and integrity of the airport security systems. International Terrorism: Research/assess/explore global terrorism phenomenon and social, economic, political, and religious conditions of select states, groups, and individuals that influence the terrorist mindset. Research/examine definiti ons, origins and development of terror as a means of influencing public policy d ecisions and in fostering transitions in public power to promote group goals. Ev aluate/assess/analyze geography and geopolitics of terrorism, origins and histor y of terrorism, characteristics and goals of terrorism, role of politics and rel igion in terrorism, media impact on terrorism recruiting, past events, current e vents and preemptive actionable plans to curtail future events; differentiate tr ans-national/global and domestic terrorism; distinguish lawful use of force rega rding guerrilla warfare, criminal assault, terrorism and acts of war. Research/c ompare/contrast the emergence of numerous domestic and international terrorist c ells and networks; Global Terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), Transnat ional Crimes. Weapons of Mass Destruction and the New Terrorism: Research/assess/explore the t hreat of weapons of mass destruction (WMD). Research/examine/explore potential threat(s) and the various responses to prevent, prepare, and respond to threats. Evaluate/analyze terrorist groups (foreign & domestic) likely or unlikely to us e WMD and CBRNEs (inclusive of IEDs). Analyze/review evidence after an attack an d re-trace means by which terrorist acquired, infiltrated, implanted & detonated weapons. Describe alternative forms of terrorist nuclear, chemical, biological attacks/weapons. Explore the physiological, psychological, and social impacts of biological weapons, and potential terrorist use of these weapons. Evaluate/asse ss effects of agro-terrorism on the agricultural/livestock sector/economy and im plications of same. Homeland Security Policy: Research/assess/explore theory, practice, challenges a nd prospects for securing America against terrorist attacks and protecting citiz

ens/resources/infrastructures from the consequences of natural disaster. Assess policy and fundamental challenges in political order and the strategic issues re garding terrorism. Assess/research/analyze current events and emerging policy so lutions. Render strategic solutions to current and emerging threats/asymmetric t hreats. Research Methods in Homeland Security: Research/examine ethics and the collecti on of empirical data in Homeland Security, concentrating on and not discounting any and every possible foreseeable or unforeseeable threat-factor in defending H omeland. Knowledgeable and maintains the latest homeland security intelligence m ethods for analysis of competing hypotheses and predictive analysis techniques. Able to establish strategic system for hypothesis-based and need-based projects and preparation of winning grant proposals; Proficient in contract review, contr act proposals, RFPs and contract execution and oversight of all provisions. Crisis Action Planning: Research/assess/explore events that cause crises; Assess capabilities and limitations of systems and procedures affecting joint planning ; Assess criteria for the use of force, and the need for Crisis Action Planning (CAP); ICS, NIMS, NIC, HSEEP, NRF, UTL, TCL, CSEPP, REP, NLD, National Strategy for Homeland Security, HSPD-5, Management of Domestic Incidents, HSPD-8, Nation al Preparedness, National Exercise Program (NEP), National Preparedness System; MACs, EOCs, HCC, ICPs, CEM, Emergency Command, Emergency Management. Versed in: IS 100, 200, 700, 800; JCAHO, Compliance; Initiate crisis action management; Ass ess/present leadership, management, solutions, tools to crisis planning situatio ns. Assess and formulate strategic approaches to crises; Review historical event s/data, strategies, and techniques to prevent/address emerging or impending cris es. Manage media involvement, pitfalls, intra-inter organizational strengths and weaknesses. Implement plans/contingencies. Jan 2006 to present: Completed Undergrad and Masters Program(s), Post-Masters on to Pre-PhD. EDUCATION: Doctoral Candidate: PhD National Security: Summer 2011 9/12 Classes in Masters of Arts in National Security Studies (at present) Masters of Arts Homeland Security, with Honors, 2009 Bachelor Degree: Major/Business Mgmt Minor/Psychology, 2008 American Military University Presidents/Deans List: 4.0 & 3.9725 GPA Language Skills: Spanish (completing re-fresher course), Arabic (Stage 1), Hindi /Urdu/Pashto (Novice) Continuing Education: Contract review, procurement and analysis. Psych profiling ; Information extraction; Human behavior: non-verbal communication. EXPERIENCE: DATES ARE APPROXIMATE Coupled with Exec experience and Master Level studies and training, maintains th e ability and propensity to instruct, write, teach and tailor materials, lesson plans, doctrine, protocols, and procedures to targeted audience, both large and small. Have conducted training sessions, planning, scheduling and coordinating, mentoring and instructional programs along with independent rigorous research, a nalysis and presentations of numerous subject matters relative to current mandat e(s); Conducted reviews, assessments, testing, feedback, direction, discussions to ensure audience grasps concepts at an elevated level. 1997-2005 Assistant Vice President, MCMS. Tampa, Florida. DATES ARE APPROX Collective medical industry experience: 18 years and worked areas of contract re view, RFPs, procurement, mediation, arbitration, coordinating "high risk" domest ic and foreign transplant patients, handled other international patients and all of the corresponding legal issues, political red-tape and affairs for up to 12

Hospitals at a time, along with oversight of the private Co. I worked for as act ing VP. I also worked closely with local, State and Federal entities along with the Air Force and Marine Corps; some interaction with ICE, Coast Guard and CBP, and numerous contacts with foreign embassies and consulates in issues relating t o my previous career. Conducted high-level or Executive Level updates, briefings , status/situational and recommendations to mitigate losses for a multitude of s ector issues. Managed all aspects of the daily business operation including: com plex policy/procedures; direction and oversight to 24 Full Time Employees (FTEs) , including the call center and off-site personnel. Conducted extensive training in office and field/support in all matters of Insurance, Self-Pay, and Legal/Le gislative, as well as formal preparation of all protocols and procedures; Prepar ed appropriate documentation for staff attorneys for ongoing litigation with cli ents. Attended depositions, hearings, mediation, court cases, and testified as n eeded. Personally mediated cases between patients and clients; briefing clients on legal progress of cases. 1993-1997 Provider Relations Director, MCMS. Tampa, Florida. DATES ARE APPROX Responsible for daily exchange of information between clients and staff; Designa ted Staff Trainer for over 350 medical personnel covering 8 to 12 hospitals; Tro ubleshoot and respond to all client requests, correspondence, inquiries, and pat ient complaints; Conduct site visits to all clients. Provide all other support a nd/or additional training in legal and customer service areas. 1990-1993 Manager, Collection/Insurance MCMS/Healthcare Support Group. Tampa, Fl orida. DATES ARE APPROX Responsible for supervising 14 FTEs including inception to closing on patient ac counts; Responsible for all aspects of insurance and third-party collections ave raging $17M of accounts receivable per month; Generated and presented reports to the director each month or as needed. 1987-1989 Technician, Collector/Self-Pay & Insurance. Tampa, Florida. DATES ARE APPROX Responsible for individual desk of $2.2M of accounts receivable per month. Routi nely exceeded monthly collection quota. Monitored daily activity of all team mem bers desk accounts Software Proficiency Windows, Excel, PowerPoint, Invision, SMS, Citrix , ASAP, WebMD, CUBS, CBI, Quic ken, Complete Skip Tracing, as well as various business Microsoft Desktop progra ms Certifications, Affiliations & Awards Golden Key International Honor Society Delta Epsilon Tau International Honor Society Epsilon Pi Phi Honor Society Alpha Phi Sigma Honor Society International Association for Counterterrorism & Security Professionals International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) Society Global Mentor Network via American Military University ASIS International Air Safe Aviation Association Certified: FDCPA, FCRA, CPAT, AFCH, and CPR/First Aid, ALF & AFCH Core training Member, National Association of Female Executives (NAFE), 1999 to 2006 Member, American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management (AAHAM), 19 96-2005 Member, Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), 1996-2005 Recipient, numerous employer / industry awards, plaques, and certificates of rec ognition Certificates and Workshops via AAHAM featuring: Patient Relations, Litigation, S elf-Pay, Collection, HIPAA, Patient Bill of Rights Training received: Hillsborough County Sheriff and Florida Department of Law Enf

orcement Employee/Background Screening Procedures