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Xxxxxx, XXXXXX xxxxxx ￨ (xxx-xxx-xxxx ￨ firstname.lastname@example.org
Specializing in HUMINT and Excelling at Building a Consensus Across Organizational Boundaries to Drive Success
Security Operations ￨ Geopolitical Analysis ￨ Risk Mitigation / Management ￨ Program Management
Infrastructure Security Assessments ￨ Strategic Planning ￨ Policy Development ￨ Legislative Advocacy
Team Building / Training ￨ Budget Analysis / Control ￨ Operational Recovery ￨ Regulatory Compliance
Highly Accomplished U.S. DoD Executive who makes sound decisions to reflect positively on analytical, security, surveillance, strategy development, and risk management initiatives in alignment with a targeted vision. Top Performer who ac a competitive adxxxxxxntage via solutions-centric critical thinking for insightful, change-driven results. Visionary Professional who rises above globally based challenges to attain winning outcomes, including quickly adapting to evolving scenarios, as well as independently resolving in-depth issues. Excellent Communicator who develops synergistic relationships with cross-geographical decision-makers and teams; who builds and sustains integral programs, policies, plans, and processes; and who offers a background managing military of 500+ personnel and worldwide organizations of 2,000+ people across 185 countries.
Senior Expert of Outreach Europe & Eurasia Center (2013 2017)
Capitalized on the opportunity to lead forward-thinking coordination of analytics and intelligence operations of the DIA with prixxxxxxte-sector, NATO, academia, and foreign partners to promote collaborative European and Eurasian analytic assessments and strategy for the U.S. government compatible with allied efforts. Directed information gathering and analysis while coordinating key positions with NATO nations and partners.
Actively negotiated burden-sharing agreements and core responsibilities with allied nations.
Consistently ensured broad spectrum coverage on critical security and counterterrorism issues.
Coordinated agreements on bilateral security operations and sensitive, complicated training efforts.
Led a year-long effort combined with foreign partners and Defense enterprise experts to develop in-depth assessments of Russia s expected capabilities in 2020, as well as anticipated strategy for execution, tactics, and procedures; assessments included why Russia behaves as they do, Russian efforts in unattributable warfare, Russia s limited crisis attacks in Syria, and an assessment of global strategic strikes without use of nuclear weapons; assessments were well-received and briefed to JCS Chairman, the Combatant commanders, Congress, NATO, and many allied governments.
Director Joint Intelligence & Debriefing Center, Parwan, Afghanistan (2013)
Strategically steered analytical production and information development of a 200-person multinational operation supporting NATO efforts in Afghanistan, including conducting operations and investigations and planning military operations to lead security and risk management initiatives. Installed sensitive electronic monitoring systems to support operations. Developed policies for electronic monitoring, prixxxxxxcy issues, and operational contingencies for electronic monitoring requirements per strict DoD policy.
Led analytical production and created analytical assessments to support U.S. and NATO forces.
Developed personnel security policies and training procedures to ensure safe, secure operations.
Created an extensive personnel recovery program to train Afghan military officers in best practices.
Chief of Staff Defense Clandestine Service (2010 2013)
Spearheaded results-centric operations of the largest service within the DIA, including coordinating and managing all HR and Logistics of 2,000+ personnel while handling risk management initiatives for several hundred employees working in extremely hazardous regions of the world. Drove operations growth by recruiting, training, mentoring, and managing a headquarters staff to sustain operations across 40 countries. Developed and executed multimillion-dollar annual budgets, and ensured all projects were funded and budgets and projects were completed on time. Directed disaster recovery planning, including developing offsite capabilities, personnel accountability, continuity of operations plans, and for protecting and recovering lost data.
Developed and / or revised policies, plans, and programs to secure key property and personnel.
Planned disaster recovery processes, and ensured others safety while securing U.S. personnel.
Received two performance bonuses reserved for the Top 8% of senior executives within the DIA.
Built a team capable of managing dynamic challenges in complex tactical and strategic environments.
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Senior Defense Representative U.S. Forces, Afghanistan (2009 2010)
Supported U.S. and NATO Forces in Afghanistan, including managing information collection and analytical operations for 500+ deployed personnel in support of NATO coalition forces to stabilize Afghanistan. Led risk mitigation efforts, reviewed safety policies, and approved plans for soundness of enforcing a safe work environment. Managed security development, force protection, and defense of agency-owned properties.
Coordinated extensive security operations for diverse DIA personnel in Afghanistan.
Received a performance bonus reserved for the Top 8% of Senior Executives within DIA.
Expanded and managed an entire logistics network to keep pace with operational growth.
Developed personnel security policies to oversee protective details of senior ISAF officials.
Led installation of electronic security systems and retained guard force to secure U.S. personnel.
Chief of Operations Defense HUMINT Service (2005 2009)
Led solutions-focused decision-making as a recognized Senior Advisor / Expert to defense leadership for pivotal security operations and investigations within the DoD. Directed all policy development, basing, planning, training, and doctrine development, and supervised security operations and activities of globally based HUMINT collectors. Executed a multimillion-dollar operational budget annually to ensure proper financial discipline and guarantee resources were dedicated to organization s highest priorities.
Doubled size of and capacity of organization in response to September 11th attacks.
Created new capabilities and expanded core Security and Risk Management initiatives.
Designed and developed comprehensive training programs to meet all new requirements.
Served as a liaison with Congress and policymakers to develop legislation to protect rights.
Ensured legislative language allowed the U.S. government to continue to secure its borders.
Program Manager ￨ Overt Operations Directorate HUMINT (2003 2005)
Served as Senior Advisor to DHS Leadership on Non-Attach overt HUMINT issues encompassing programs, policy, doctrine, procedures, and capabilities of overt HUMINT operations. Developed intelligence operations policies, including manuals, Secretary of Defense Directives, DIA Policy guidance, and procedures.
Deployed to establish an Iraqi operation to support U.S. military and coalition forces.
Led a 120-person multinational organization in driving logistics and operational execution.
Overt Operations Manager Global Operations Division (2001 2003)
Recognized as a Senior Intelligence Officer responsible for managing Global Operations Division functions.
Expertly managed overt HUMINT intelligence collections and analysis initiatives.
Detachment Chief ￨ Intelligence Officer (1992 2001)
Led a four-man detachment, and coordinated key operations with U.S. federal and state government agencies.
Conducted debriefing operations in an 11-state territory focused on Russia.
Deployed Task Force Falcon, Kosovo (2000)
Completed deployment to support Kosovo-based Multinational Forces and exceed targeted military objectives.
Optimized intelligence efforts for three intelligence organizations of 60+ people.
Military Experience U.S. Army Counterintelligence Agent ￨ Interrogation Specialist; Details Upon Request
National War College
Master of Science in National Security Studies (International Relations ￨ National Security ￨ Foreign Policy)
United States Army Command & General Staff College
Master of Military Art & Science (Operations Management ￨ Development Planning & Leadership)
University of Saint Mary
Master of Science in Business Management (Business Development ￨ Business Management)
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies (Magna Cum Laude Honors)
United States Army Intelligence Center & School
Counterintelligence Agent Training ￨ Human Intelligence Specialist Training
Defense Language Institute
Russian Language & Cultural Studies
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