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Mission-driven Intelligence Analyst with over ten years of experience and expertise in conducting all-source intelligence analysis to directly support more than 2,500 military personnel and government employees. Proven record of applying advanced intelligence analytic skills to identify, assess, interpret, and report potential threats. Ability to work collaboratively with inter-agency Department of Defense personnel in high-pressure situations and under tight deadlines and brief on military-political leadership, national military strategy, strategic doctrine, and regional relations with regards to their impact on force developments.
|Core Competencies include:|
|All-Source Intelligence||Threat Assessments|
|Research & Analysis||Data Collection|
|Intelligence Systems / Databases||Inter-Agency Collaboration|
|Reporting / Briefing Skills||Problem Solving|
|Military / DoD Operations|
CLEARANCE AND CERTIFICATIONS
CURRENT TS/SCI CLEARANCE (with Counterintelligence Polygraph) PR Date: May 2009
MANTECH INTERNATIONAL, Fairfax, VA 2012 – Present
- Screen, research, analyze, and interpret all-source intelligence information, including Counterintelligence / Human Intelligence (CI/HUMINT), regional analysis, and political analysis, for classified area of responsibility in order to produce detailed written analytical products.
- Identify information gaps and potential threats by evaluating relevance and accuracy of gathered information using various analytical methodologies and intelligence database systems.
- Disseminate warning and threat analysis and brief executive and senior management on actionable intelligence contingencies on a daily basis.
- Update extensive intelligence databases, systems, and mechanisms for sharing relevant intelligence information to support ongoing and planned projects.
- Lead technical development and strategic implementation of various new intelligence initiatives.
DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, Washington, DC 2007 – 2011
- Produced complex multi-source intelligence products derived from intelligence data collection, analysis, evaluation, and interpretation.
- Created intelligence presentations in order to brief five senior-level government agency officials as threats emerged.
- Administered dissemination of intelligence products to inter-agency analysts, including National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security.
- Detected and contributed advanced persistent threat information to NSA Threat Operations Center’s biweekly serialized report and online publication, CyberInsights.
- Directed thorough review of four junior cyber analysts’ briefings and assessments ensuring comprehensive and accurate products.
- Mentored junior cyber analysts in agency and intelligence community policies, standards, and procedures.
- Inputted cyber threat assessments and produced weekly reports in the Common Platform Enumeration (CPE) Product Dictionary.
L-3 STRATIS, Kabul, Afghanistan 2004 – 2006
- Served on five-person multiple discipline team conducting missions on the ground assessing threats to Department of Defense entities within area of responsibility.
- Conducted targeted all-source intelligence analysis to support approximately 2,500 Special Forces and Federal civilian intelligence employees.
- Researched and analyzed data to make recommendations to government personnel about potential threats and persons of interest.
- Vetted more than 200 Afghan National Security Forces in order to counter emerging threats on Coalition forces.
- Entered and processed biometric system enrollment to capture, store, and detect identification in order to aid in counterintelligence screenings.
UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS, Karabilah, Iraq 2002 – 2003
Senior Intelligence Analyst
- Produced daily intelligence reports on assigned area of operations for submission to unit headquarters during twelve-month deployment to Iraq.
- Advised more than 250 Marines on current enemy tactics, techniques, and procedures via weekly intelligence briefings.
- Trained 30 junior Marines in effective use of Command and Control PC (C2PC), FalconView, and Analyst Notebook intelligence software.
- Developed and strengthened essential ties with various government agencies by interfacing with intelligence community at interagency and international briefings.
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, Washington, DC
Master of Arts in International Relations
PENN STATE UNIVERSITY, Reading, PA
Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies
Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), ESRI ArcGIS, ARCMap, FalconView, APIX Viewer, QueryTree, and C2PC.