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I listen to my students and work with them to create lesson plans that work for them and achieve their academic goals. I believe that we can learn from each other. I am very interactive. I am not a one sided teacher.

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I have a DBA in HLS Leadership and Policy and a MSIR in International Relations. I have been mentoring students for about 10 years in career and academic development. I am a poet, writer, editor, novelist and love helping people achieve their goals.

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Lee'Ann's resume

LEE’ANN D. IMEL-HARTFORD
PO Box 2198, Edgewood, NM 87015
Cell Number: (concealed information)
Email: (concealed information)

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE
•Retired Air Force MSgt with over 21 years of active duty
•hirty plus years’ administrative/human resources experience in public/military sectors
•Eight years’ experience as a Force Protection Instructor
•Developed unit Force Protection lesson plans and briefed over 700 personnel annually
•Provided instruction on disaster preparedness, home security, and personal safety
•Created OJT training plans, developed written and performance based tests
•Mentored 20+ Information Managers in career field progression and off-duty education annually
•Computer professional with expertise in all Microsoft Office Products and Windows Operating Systems. Also familiar with WANG Systems, Oracle, Solaris and Java
•Demonstrated talent in working with Senior Military Leaders from a multitude of countries

EDUCATION
Doctor of Business Administration in Homeland Security Leadership and Policy, Northcentral University, Prescott Valley, AZ, 2013
Master of Science in International Relations National Security Policy, Troy State University Florida Region, Ft Walton Beach, FL, 2003
Bachelor of Arts in International Relations, Hawaii Pacific University, Honolulu, HI, 1999
Associate of Arts in Applied Science, Community College of the Air Force, Randolph AFB, TX, 1997
Associate of Arts in General Curriculum, University of Maryland University College Asian Division, Osan AB, Korea, 1996
Dynamics of International Terrorism Course, Air Force Special Operations School, Hurlburt Field, Fl, 1998
Level II Antiterrorism Officer Training, United States Army, Honolulu, HI, 1998

ACADEMIC HONORS AND AWARDS
Pi Sigma Alpha National Honor Society,
The National Deans List
Alpha Phi Sigma National Honor Society
Delta Mu Delta National Honor Society

PUBLICATIONS
Dissertation - The Preppers: A Multiple Case Study of Individuals Who Choose a Moderate Survivalist Lifestyle

RELAVENT COURSES TAKEN

USDA IT Fellows, March – December 2018
A 9 months senior leadership development program focusing on broadening the participants’ perspectives on the role of IT leaders in achieving USDA’s mission and serving the public good.

Middle Leader Program, UNM Continuing Education, 2014
Topics coved were: Supervision, Effective Communication, Team Building, Feedback, Conflict Management, Resource Management, and Change Management.
New Leader Program, Graduate School, March 2010- October 2010
Completed 6 months and 120 hours of class instructional time. Topics coved were: Introduction to Supervision, Effective Communication, Team Building, Feedback, Conflict Management, Resource Management, and Change Management.
USAF Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy, USAF, March 2005 – May 2005
Completed 12 weeks and 66 hours of class instructional time. Topics coved were: Introduction to Supervision, Effective Communication, Team Building, Coaching, Feedback and Delegation, Coaching, Delivering Powerful Performance Appraisals, Conflict Management, Hiring Right, Basic Budget and Resource Management, Change Management, Employment Law and Human Resources, and Empowerment.
HS7006 Leadership, Management, and Public Policy in Homeland Security, February 2009 – April 2009
This course introduces the graduate student to the calculation, use, and interpretation of descriptive statistics and inferential statistical analysis. The emphasis of this course is on providing a working knowledge of basic statistical concepts and helping students to understand statistical methodologies used in business, and more generally, to develop a working knowledge of statistical usage in everyday life.
POL6635 National Security Policy, 2003
An examination of the structures, motivations, and major objectives of national security policymaking from a comparative perspective with particular emphasis on the politics of national defense in the United States.
MGMT5028 Statistical Analysis, March 2008 – May 2008
This course introduces the graduate student to the calculation, use, and interpretation of descriptive statistics and inferential statistical analysis. The emphasis of this course is on providing a working knowledge of basic statistical concepts and helping students to understand statistical methodologies used in business, and more generally, to develop a working knowledge of statistical usage in everyday life.
RSH9103MMB Mixed Methods, December 2009 – February 2010
This purpose of this course is to provide the Learner with skills essential for the interpretation and application of mixed methods research, data collection and data analyses appropriate for mixed methods inquiry. For this course, it is assumed that the Learner has a basic knowledge of both quantitative and qualitative methods. This course is designed to provide Learners with an overview of mixed method research approaches.

HIGHLIGHTS OF PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Training Experience
•Coordinated with training managers to ensure proper On-the-Job training was administered to 10 personnel in various specialties to include developing lesson plans, obtaining required classroom based and computer based courses and monitoring skills development
•Worked one-on-one with two individuals to ensure they passed a skills development test the first time.
Coordinated study time and developed practice tests to assist in test preparation. Test had a 50% failure rate.
•Three plus years experience helping individuals develop long-term educational goals, select courses for their particular program, reviewed transcripts, apply for graduation, etc.
Program Management
•Managed Antiterrorism Training program for all individuals assigned to USCINCPAC, Honolulu, HI
•Responsible for Force Protection training for all US personnel assigned to AFSOUTH.
•Developed unit family evacuation program, responsible for over 200 Air Force families assigned to Naples, Italy
•Ensured safety of family members in a medium/high terrorist threat environment
•Coordinated with US Navy personnel to ensure Air Force families were evacuated in the event of an natural disaster or war
•Helped families to gather important paperwork to be used in event of an evacuation, maintained database of all personnel and household location
•Briefed senior leaders of readiness and accountability
•Managed career field deployments for 10 personnel, ensured individuals had training and equipment to operate during peacetime and war
•Managed 20 classified and unclassified computer systems and 2 classified servers (valued over $150,000) at a 24 hour crisis management facility (2002-2005)
Supervision/Manning
•Supervised 7 international personnel in a stressful 24-hr work center environment
•Ensured workload was evenly distributed as well as ensured right personnel were in the appropriate position and trained accordingly
•Coordinated disciplinary actions and grievance complaints, trained individuals in workplace ethics
•Supervised 20+ volunteers in various organizational activities to include fund raising events and party planning; developed work schedules and obtained needed supplies and materials
Information Technology Experience
•Over 28 years of experience working with various types of word processors, personal computers, servers and main frame computers and software including all Microsoft products
•Six years of experience as a workgroup manager troubleshooting software and hardware issues, performing maintenance, software upgrades, maintaining computer security and accountability, budgeting and acquisitioning and other computer related duties
WORK HISTORY
14 Jul 2013 - Present – Client Liaison, GS-0301-12, US Forest Service, 333 Broadway SE, Albuquerque NM 87102, Supervisor – Lynn McBee, (concealed information)

4 Nov 2009 – 13 Jul 2013 – Program Specialist, GS-0301-11, US Forest Service, 101B Sun Ave NE, Albuquerque NM 87109, Supervisor – Mary Ann Montano, (concealed information)

8 Jul 2007 – 3 Nov 2009 – Program Specialist, GS-0301-09, US Forest Service, 101B Sun Ave NE, Albuquerque NM 87109, Supervisor – Mary Ann Montano, (concealed information)

27 Feb 2006-7 Jul 2007 – Production Planner – CVI Laser, 200 Dorado PL SE, Albuquerque NM 87123, Supervisor – Tad Smith, (concealed information)

9 Oct 1984-31 Mar 2006 - Information Manager - United States Air Force Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ (last duty station), Last Supervisor – Lt Col David Bailey, (concealed information), 2915 S. Twelfth AF Drive, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 85707
US Forest Service
Albuquerque, New Mexico 2013-Present
Client Liaison – Acts as supervisor of 20+ employees and contractors in his absence. Works with Forest Service customers within the states of Arizona and New Mexico to ensure their technical needs are addressed. Assists clients with business needs by asking questions to identify issues with current business solutions, what works and does not work and to identify solutions for improved business practices. Follows up with clients to ensure work is completed in a timely manner. Provides excellent customer service to employees and contractors of assigned region. Works with clients to identify business needs by understanding all aspects of the Chief Information Office and the abilities to successfully address those needs. Suggest alternatives when needed. Provides exceptional client experience by working one-on-one with clients to ensure their business needs are addressed. Spends extra time developing relationships and asks questions concerning business needs to develop solutions and planning implementation. Successful in building client relationships by diffusing confrontational situations with often difficult, hostile and distressed customers through patience, encouragement and honesty. Works well with employees and contractors of diverse backgrounds to include those whose first language is other than English. Instructs users on different software if they need assistance. Understands each individuals’ learning styles and tailors instruction towards that learning style. Utilizes various forms of communications to assist customers, uses Microsoft Lync, LiveMeeting, video teleconferencing and phone to provide instruction and assistance. I also use Skype in my assistance with a University of Kent PhD candidate to assist him with developing his dissertation.

US Forest Service
Albuquerque, New Mexico 2009-2013
Program Specialist - Acts as team leader when supervisor and team leader are absent. Creates operating instructions to ensure all processes are documented in a variety of Human Resources programs. Resolves issues involved in complex program or administrative issues or problems. Responsible for all types of Human Resources related programs such as personnel actions, pay, telework, etc. Acts as liaison between Human Resources and employees and supervisors. Coordinated supervisor’s training and conflict management training, secures training facilities and instructors, recruits trainees and verifies attendance. Provides statistical analysis of training completed for managers. Trained three temporary supervisors on the processes for the Management Support Group, provided OJT for each supervisor showing them processes and procedures to ensure their duty period would be successful. Presented disaster preparedness safety briefing for all CIO personnel. Developed slides and handouts explaining to individuals the importance of maintaining an emergency supply stock in the event of an emergency. Explained the Homeland Security Threat Matrix, explained airport security initiatives and provided them with appropriate FEMA information for disasters. Graduated from New Leader Program, a 6-month course in leadership. As part of this leadership program, learned skills to improve problem solving techniques, partnering, external awareness, and building alliances. Learned skills to improve leadership in mentoring subordinates toward achieving goals. As part of a 30 day developmental assignment at the Sandia Ranger District as part of the New Leader Program. During this assignment, was responsible for conducting a security and safety analysis of the Helibase Site and recommend security upgrades to include specific areas which needed to be included inside a secure fence-line, lighting and lock mechanism upgrades, and other safety issues. Also was responsible for creating documents for closure of the site to include a closure order, scoping letter, and decision memo. Was able to complete in four weeks what others were not able to complete in 2 years. Certified Coach

US Forest Service
Albuquerque, New Mexico 2007-2009
Program Specialist - Works with sensitive personnel data such as performance evaluations and other Privacy Act data including personnel records. Researches and/or analyzes administrative and/or program issues. Determines pertinent issues and collects relevant information from a variety of sources. Analyzes data utilized in workforce planning such as attrition rates, recruitment levels and other information used for workforce planning analysis. Reviews information and applies standard analytical techniques. Develops recommendations and proposals. Creates operating instruction to ensure all process is documented in a variety of Human Resources programs. Assists in the resolution of complex program or administrative issues or problems. Independently resolves well-precedented and new issues. Manages Length of Service Awards program, ensures individual employees are recognized, orders certificates and year pins, creates annual awards ceremony. Manages mandatory training program, works closely with senior managers to assist individuals in ensuring personnel complete mandatory training such as civil rights and computer security. Responsible for all types all of Human Resources Related programs such as personnel actions, pay, telework, etc. Assists in providing guidance on routine aspects of tasks to support the administration of established quality and productivity programs for the organization. Participates in developing short- and long-range goals and in providing guidance for the organization's quality assurance plan. Generates required reports for key managers and organizations. Maintains organization chart ensuring all personnel are accounted for.

CVI Laser
Albuquerque, New Mexico 2006-2007
Production Planner – Sole production planner for the filter department. As such, I was responsible for completing work orders, filling purchase orders, ordering supplies and expediting for my entire department. One special project was for a subsidiary of Microsoft. The order was for 50,000 pieces of a special filter for the new Microsoft Surface. The subsidiary wanted the complete order in just four months. Responsibilities included ordering the special glass, creating work orders to have the glass coated and laminated, creating work orders to have the glass cut, assembled and shipped. Was responsible for ensuring that all workers on this project had all the supplies and any additional help that was needed. Product had a high scrap rate, the plates had to be cut a special way, and therefore I had to ensure the core driller cut the plate the correct way. Also, due to the high scrap rate the pieces had to be assembled the same day. Ensured the assembly people had enough workers to do this job and continue with their other responsibilities. The wrong paint was ordered and we had to troubleshoot hat other paint products could be used since the paint we needed took two weeks to arrive. I was also part of a group of individuals from each section assigned to troubleshoot issues, such as separation, to brainstorm ideas as to ways of increasing yield of the product. This project was a huge success and this resulted in the company ordering over 100,000 additional pieces. Responsible for maintaining stock of catalog and customer specific optics and filters to include government contracts and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM). Analyses trends in usage to maintain adequate stock levels for two separate product lines to include polished optics and filters. Establishes yearly purchasing requirements for polished products, colored glass and other materials. Utilizes Microsoft Excel to track status of incoming supply orders. Creates work orders and assigns to appropriate personnel. Maintains follow-up procedures and establishes work priorities to maintain on-time status. Works directly with senior managers to develop and maintain work flow procedures to improve product line output. Utilizes specialized computer software (Glovia) for analyzing trends and maintaining stock. Utilizes computer security principles. Key member of Continuous Process Improvement committee charted with improving on-time deliver status for entire company. Analyzed late orders and utilized troubleshooting techniques to identify problem areas, recommended improvements to Chief Executive Officer and senior staff. Responsible for ensuring all products are manufactured and shipped on time to customer.

12TH AIR FORCE LOGISTICS
DAVIS-MONTHAN AFB, ARIZONA 2005-2006
Superintendent, Information Management – Senior Information Manager in headquarters level unit. Provided all administrative services for 50 person staff to include completing travel documents, personnel evaluations and briefings. Works with sensitive Privacy Act material to include personnel evaluations and other sensitive data to include personnel records. Supervise one individual and ensured individual was trained according to standards and receives additional training as necessary. Traveled with unit to conduct lower level unit inspections. Responsibilities included creating briefings and maintaining a database of evaluations to present to senior base officials. Created self-inspection checklists. Responsible for $100,000 worth of classified and unclassified computer equipment. Responsible for all computer security related functions to include ensuring personnel had appropriate clearances, reporting COMPUSEC violations and sanitizing classified material from unclassified media. Installed security patches and other upgrades. Processed Classified Message Incident reports as necessary. Provided customer service and training on assigned systems. Troubleshoot and repaired computer malfunctions to include hardware and software errors. Responsible for the budgeting and acquisitioning of all computer-related products to include hardware and software. Maintained proficiency in all Microsoft Office related products to include troubleshooting errors and assisting other users. Functional Area Records Manager – supervised four records manager in the creation of file plans, electronic records, etc. Responsible for their training and development; records management program was 6 years out of date. Brought program into 21st Century and received a 100% rating on Staff Assistance Visit. Interpreted records management policies and regulations and explained them to fellow records managers. Attended the United States Air Force’s prestigious Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy, a senior leadership course attended by only a select few military members yearly. As Privacy Act/Freedom of Information Act Manager I ensured unit personnel information is protected according to Federal Law.

REGIONAL AIR OPERATIONS CENTER, HQ AIRSOUTH
NAPLES, ITALY 2002 – 2005
Superintendent, Information Management – Senior U.S. representative in crisis management unit, responsible for monitoring NATO air space and promoting national security objectives in Southern Europe. Performed the duties of a Major (senior manager), ensured manning and training were accomplished for 20 international personnel. Created Non-combatant Evacuation Operation (NEO)/Force Protection programs for over 200 USAF personnel and their families, in a Medium-High Terrorist Threat environment. Ensured their safety and security in the event of a natural disaster or war. Trained individuals on evacuation processes as well as force protection issues. Developed NEO policy and procedures, worked with host unit anti-terrorism board to ensure all AF families were part of US evacuation plans. Developed country specific force protection briefings for US personnel. Utilized classified intelligence information and open source materials to brief US military personnel about possible threats prior to deployments. Worked closely with senior military officers of a variety of countries and supervised six USAF/USN Crisis Management personnel and one German Information Manager. I was responsible for the career development for all Information Managers assigned to the base. I developed testing to identify the competency levels of each individual and developed lesson plans to ensure each individual’s acquired the skills necessary for their assigned duties. I created individualized curriculums for each individual based on their independent needs and utilized available online training courses to assist in training needs as required by the agency. I was in charge of all administrative services for a multinational, multi-service staff. Provided program management for 20 classified and unclassified computer systems to include PCs and Oracle based air operations computers. Ensured computer users had appropriate NATO security clearances and processed annual security requirements for NATO personnel assigned. I also assisted with database management for a classified air operations program and provided server management. These systems were valued at over $200,000. Maintains proficiency in all Microsoft Office related products to include troubleshooting errors and assisting other users. I continuously worked manning issues during the movement of the unit from Italy to Turkey. Ensured the proper career field was utilized and manned by the appropriate country. Managed classified holdings account. Responsible for over 100 pieces of accountable documentation, protected, destroyed and filed as necessary. While on temporary duty to Bulgaria, I was responsible for assisting officers from Partnership for Peace countries (including Bulgaria, Ukraine, and Moldova). My duties included ensuring the officers understood NATO’s operational planning procedures and helping the officers to read, write and comprehend information presented in English. I earned both Information Manager of the Year and Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Year recognition.

377TH SECURITY FORCES SQUADRON
KIRTLAND AFB, NEW MEXICO 2000-2002
NCOIC, Systems Administration/Chief, Commander Support Staff – Senior Information Manager in unit. Worked with Security Forces Personnel in developing Base Force Protection Procedures. Utilized local security procedures to ensure personnel safety. Delivered force protection training to assigned personnel. I was responsible for the training and management of five information managers/personnelists to include records management, records management policy interpretation, Privacy Act material handling to include personnel records, Article 15 information, weight management, and leave and pay information. I was responsible for training newly assigned Information Managers, I developed lesson plans and utilized established training materials to ensure these individuals had the material necessary to carry out their duties. I created learning objectives for each lesson and created tests in order to ensure individuals were progressing. I also created task evaluations as another method of instructions. The career development test had a 50 percent failure rate and both of my assigned trainees passed the first time. Responsible for all computer training for assigned personnel. Utilizing information from a variety of resources, to include Air Force regulations and federal laws, analyzed the data to establish unit policies to be signed by the commander. I briefed unit personnel on changes of administrative procedures, either through written correspondence or oral presentation, to ensure compliance with new procedures. Responsible for the workings of the unit personnel programs to include pay issues, leaves, and other personnel issues. Responsible for ensuring unit personnel information was protected in accordance with the Privacy Act. Managed the computer program for 357 users. Responsible for the maintenance and upkeep over 100 stand alone and network computers and a comparable amount of printers and other automated equipment. Provided yearly computer and software training for 357 unit personnel. Troubleshot and repaired hardware and software errors. Procured new equipment as necessary and managed computer-related monies to stay within established budgets. Maintains proficiency in all Microsoft Office related products to include troubleshooting errors and assisting other users. Communications Security Manager. I ensured monthly accountability of secure communications to include telephone and computer equipment. Suspensed, reviewed and corrected personnel evaluations and personal achievement recognitions. As building custodian, ensured security of facilities and ensured necessary repairs were completed in a timely manner.

HQ USCINCPAC
CAMP SMITH HAWAII 1996 – 1999
NCOIC, Antiterrorism Administration and Training –Managed 2 web sites. Attended Force Protection Level 2 Instructor training with both the Army and Navy. Attended the Dynamics of International Terrorism Course at Hurlburt Field, Florida. Responsible for training over 700 military and civilian personnel yearly in Antiterrorism/Force Protection measures. I developed briefings for senior military leaders of all services to include general officers. Duties included creating training presentations, coordinating location for training, securing any needed supplies and equipment, and tracking training completion. I provided management officials advice on training content and which methods of training were appropriate for the specific training needs. For example, for mass training a PowerPoint presentation and video was utilized. For one-on-one training, a paper copy of the training was utilized along with the video. Ensured all administrative correspondence adhered to proper format and was ready for signatures. Authored communications for senior management signature, developed charts, graphs, and tables with data to present status of projects or mission-critical initiatives and to recommend course of action. Experience creating and presenting documents utilized in my higher education endeavors such as powerpoint presentations and executive level thesis documents Handled Top Secret military documents and ensured their accountability. Maintains proficiency in all Microsoft Office related products to include troubleshooting errors and assisting other users. I earned Information Manager of the Year recognition.

51ST FIGHTER WING
OSAN AB, KOREA 1995 – 1996
Chief, Information Management – Responsible for management of wing command section’s IM function at remote location. I worked closely with a 1-star general commander and colonel deputy commander to ensure their administrative needs were met. I supported 4 groups and 18 major support tenants consisting of over 10,000 military and civilian personnel. I managed the personnel achievement recognition program for entire base. Created unit operating instructions utilizing information from a variety of resources, to include Air Force regulations and federal laws, analyzed the data to establish unit policies to be signed by the commander. I briefed unit personnel on changes of administrative procedures, either through written correspondence or oral presentation, to ensure compliance with new procedures. Maintains proficiency in all Microsoft Office related products to include troubleshooting errors and assisting other users. Shelter manager for primary command post, responsible for the safety and survivability for one star general and other senior level personnel. Conducted UXO sweeps and reported all findings.

353D SPECIAL OPERATIONS GROUP
KADENA AB, JAPAN 1992 – 1995
Asst NCOIC, IM/Chief Group Administration – Responsible for all personnel evaluations and personnel achievement recognition program for major Special Operations unit consisting of over 2,000 personnel. Developed self-inspection checklists and evaluated unit programs such as leave, records management, and computer management. Evaluated lower level unit programs to ensure programs were being carried out according to regulations, recorded findings and developed briefings for commanders. Deployed on a regular basis in support of Special Operations throughout the Pacific theater of operations, supervised the administrative function and performed several staff assistant visits to lower level unit in Korea. I managed administrative deployments to include manning issues and training of information managers on their deployment duties which included records and information management. I was responsible for training unit administrators in policies and procedures for job requirements during deployments. I developed lesson plans and instructional materials and presented training for 10 administrators. I also created continuity binders for each deployment site which would be utilized as training aids to ensure all administrators where familiar with duty requirements for each deployment location. I created testing procedures and evaluated all administrators to ensure they were qualified to perform their assigned duties during deployments. I earned Information Manager of the Year recognition.

93D COMBAT SUPPORT GROUP/93D MISSION SUPPORT SQUDRON
CASTLE AFB, CALIFORNIA 1989 – 1992
NCOIC, Executive Support/Procurement Admin Clerk – Responsible for assisting and maintaining the Wing computer system (WANG) for the contracting office. Maintained daily computer operations to include maintenance, information backup and troubleshooting. Responsible for accepting contracts and purchase requests and ensuring they were time stamped and directed to the appropriate office. Maintained several thousand files consisting of supplies contracts/purchase orders, services contracts and construction contracts. Maintained the Federal Acquisition Regulation. I deployed for 9 months to Operation DESERT STORM. I was responsible for the administration for the crisis management center during wartime operations. I maintained a high on-time rate for all programs to include files management, personnel evaluations and suspenses. I earned Administrator of the Year recognition.

1964TH COMMUNICATIONS GROUP
RAMSTIEN AB, GERMANY 1987 – 1989
NCOIC/Administrative Actions/Administrative Specialist – Provided customer support for over 800 military personnel. This included assigning of meal cards, ration cards, leaves, emergency data cards, and administration of the unit personnel computer database. Managed weight management program for entire unit and monitored 80 personnel who were on the weight management program. Ensured they received dietary/medical appointments and were afforded opportunity to return to healthy lifestyle. Responsible for the protection of unit personnel information in accordance with the Privacy Act. I earned the prestigious John Levitow leadership award at the Noncommissioned Officer Preparatory course. Acted as shelter manager for over 900 military and civilian personnel. Ensure food and protection equipment was in place and ready at all times. Ensured shelter ventilation systems functioned properly.

52D EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SQUADRON
SPANGDAHLEM AB, GERMANY 1985 – 1987
NCOIC, Munitions Branch Administration/Administrative Specialist – While assigned to the Munitions Branch as an E-3, I was responsible for 2 other military personnel and responsible for administrative support for 250 military personnel. I updated computer databases and tracked personnel information. As Administrative Specialist I was responsible for all decorations and performance evaluations for over 400 personnel. I also acted as Alternate Forms Account Representative for five sections, ordering and distributing hundreds of forms monthly and ensuring all pertinent regulations were maintained and current. Disaster Preparedness augmentee. Responsible for providing reconnaissance services such as unexploded ordinance identification and reporting, chemical detection services utilizing M-256 kits as well and M8 and M9 paper. Established safety cordons as necessary and set-up and ran decontamination lines. Utilized with chemical and radiological protection equipment such as MCU-2P and M17-A1 and all MOPP levels

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For critical support in Thesis, and Dissertation writing (Social Sciences & Humanities subjects).
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Syed
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Paris 13e, France
Student in engineering school / passed by a Parisian prep (maths-sup / maths spé), offers courses in maths and physics
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Idir
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Do you have gaps in math or physics that you want to catch up with? Do you want to succeed in your math year and better...

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Paris 8e, France
Engineering student gives courses in methodology and writing at all levels only by webcam
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Jules
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My methodology is based on a good understanding of the course as a whole with the writing of summary sheet allowing to...

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Ottignies-Louvain-La-Neuve, Wallonia
PhD student and teaching assistant in statistics at UCLouvain gives classes in statistics and probability to university students, helps for the statistical part of their thesis or homework on RStudio
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Antoine
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Hello, here is my methodology for the classes. My teaching method is based on the one used in universities, that is, apply...

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Paris 5e, France
PhD in Cognitive Psychology helps you in the writing of your research paper or manuscript thesis
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Jérôme
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Holder of a PhD in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience, a Master 2 in Biology and a Master 2 Pro in Science Communication,...

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London, United Kingdom
PhD and university lecturer, London-based, will help you write your best dissertation or thesis.
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Alexis
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As an experienced writer, assessor, and book reviewer, I will come to our first lesson armed with numerous ideas and...

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