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Senior Management Executive
Accounting & Finance ~ Operations Leadership ~ Business Management ~ Project Coordination
Program Development & Management ~ Process Improvements ~ Personnel Training & Leadership
Seasoned background in developing, delivering, and managing broad-based initiatives and programs with proven talents in driving revenue growth, identifying cost savings, and ensuring strict budget compliance.
Adept at all facets of business management from strategic planning and analysis to financial management.
- Outstanding skills in developing processes, systems, and tools to align with corporate and regulatory criteria while sufficiently meeting a company s financial reporting and operational support needs.
Highly adept at building, motivating, supervising, evaluating, and leading cohesive and quality-focused teams.
- Proactively evaluate existing processes, systems and procedures to uncover areas of weakness, and swiftly implement solutions and controls that streamline and enhance operations.
Extremely collaborative and focused on fostering lasting relationships, critical to mutual goal attainment.
Federal Bureau of Prisons / Federal Prison Industries (FCI), Washington, DC, 2004 to Present
Chief Financial Officer/Controller (2015 to Present)
Spearheaded full-scope finance, accounting, and procurement functions for FPI, a wholly-owned government corporation within the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Establish and implement financial and cost accounting policies and procedures, prepare forecasts, perform strategic planning, and oversee Customer Services Center which handles sales order processing.
Strategically revised FPI investment strategy which fueled investment income by 61%.
Joined forces with leadership team to consolidate manufacturing capacity to successfully improve utilization and yield significant cost savings.
Currently implementing Excel interface with SAP and new inmate payroll system (using SAP Human Resource module and Kronos) to enhance accounting procedures.
General Manager New Business Development (2013 to 2015)
Formulated systems, programs, processes to include identify business development opportunities.
Masterminded business plans including capital equipment budgets, costing/pricing of prospective products or services, presentation of business and product plans to executive-level decision makers, and contract negotiations.
Formed an Agri-business Business Group and oversaw financial analysis of BOP farm operations.
Launched Prison Industries Enhancement Program featuring over 40 repatriation projects which have resulted in 1,200+ inmate jobs.
Effectively orchestrated $50M+ in contract actions on behalf of other agencies.
Championed large-scale corporate projects including oversight, task assignment, executive-level briefings, financial and operational processes, statements of work, and presentations to corporate management, executive staff, and board of directors.
Supervised five program managers, seven associates, and Agri-business Group comprised of two farm managers and 15 associates.
General Manager, Electronics Business Group (2004 to 2013)
Steered strategic planning for 19 operational factories while concurrently holding accountability for operating budgets, revenue forecasts, inventory levels, and analysis of capital equipment budgets.
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Conducted in-depth research and analysis to secure sustainable opportunities for inmate employment.
Created supply chain management program that increased inventory turns and accelerated customer lead time by 33 days.
Led EBG to achieve annual average revenues of $176M+ and earnings exceeding $24M.
Proficiently handled military inter-department purchase requests of $600M+ with Department of Defense including Army, Navy, Army Reserves, and Air Force.
Administered $200M+ inter-agency agreement with Department of State and Department of Homeland Security.
Project-managed initiatives to reduce procurement and customer lead times, boost product throughput for Northrop Grumman product lines, and propel throughput for radio mount lines.
Trained cost accounting staff to fortify managerial accounting processes and enhance use of automated enterprise resource system.
Captured more than $5M in savings by resourcefully consolidating four operations.
Led and participated in evaluations of supervisory program managers, supervisory contracting officer, and 10+ additional staff employees.
Federal Bureau of Prisons, FPI - FCI Bastrop, Bastrop, TX, 2001 to 2004
Associate Warden, Industries and Education
Commanded industrial, education, vocational training and recreational programs while holding a critical role in ensuring security and safety of over 1,500 designated inmates.
Handpicked as Acting Warden during two-day institutional lockdown in 2003 and led American Correctional Audit accreditation process in 2002.
Managed production, financial, procurement, inventory, and security processes for up-fit program of law enforcement vehicles which skyrocketed production from 70 vehicles per month to 300+ vehicles per month.
Slashed excess and obsolete inventory by $3M over a 12-month period of time.
Directed, evaluated, and counseled five department heads and 40 assistant department heads and line staff.
Federal Bureau of Prisons, FPI, Estill, SC, 2000 to 2001
Superintendent of Industries
Headed industrial, education, vocational training and recreational programs for 1,200+ designated inmates.
Play a pivotal role in evaluating and reinforcing institution security processes, inmate programs, budgetary control, and other administrative functions.
Pioneered toy-building vocational training program that provided inmates with carpentry skills and American Contractors Association certification, as well as HVAC program that provided inmates with an Environmental Protection Agency Refrigerant certification; 120 inmates earned industry-recognized certifications in first year.
Mentored, supervised, directed, and counseled 30+ employees.
Federal Bureau of Prisons, FPI, Sheridan, OR, 1998 to 2000
General Business Manager
Oversaw financial accounting, cost accounting, financial reporting, payroll accounting, variance analysis, audits, and warehouse functions for two factories.
Governed material management for UNICOR operations at FCI Sheridan including procurement, receiving of raw material items, shipment of finished goods, and storage of raw materials and finished goods.
Proactively converted FCI Sheridan to approved cost center model to better track and compare actual overhead expenses to budgeted expenses.
Directed, trained, and evaluated staff in UNICOR business office, procurement, and warehouse functional areas.
Field Financial Administrator, Federal Bureau of Prisons, FPI, Washington, DC, 1996 to 1998
General Business Manager, Federal Bureau of Prisons, FPI - FCI Tallahassee, Tallahassee, FL, 1993 to 1996
Supervisory Accountant, Federal Bureau of Prisons, FPI - USP Lompoc, Lompoc, CA, 1992 to 1993
Operating Accountant, Federal Bureau of Prisons, FPI - FCI Sheridan, Sheridan, OR, 1990 to 1992
Bachelor's Degree, Accounting/English, Brigham Young University Hawaii Laie, HI
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt
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