Liaison officer between U.S. Congress and the U.S. Navy
• Planned, prepared, executed, and lead worldwide congressional delegation visits of diplomatic missions for numerous committees, including House Armed Services, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs
• Fielded questions and inquiries from House members and staff on proposed legislation and military issues
• Tracked congressional inquiries for the record and constituent inquiries regarding Navy policy
• Developed logistical plans for international travel via vehicles, planes, trains and motorcades
• Coordinated directly with State Department for international visits regarding high level meetings, briefings, receptions, dinners, site visits, accompanying persons schedules and personal security requirements for high threat level areas
• Executed international visits between Congress Members and staff and heads of state, parliament, Ministers/Secretaries of Defense, Energy, and various commissioners around the world
• Planned official high-level engagements, press events, luncheons, conferences and receptions with the most senior officials of the executive, legislative and judicial branches
• Ensured committee members received advance materials for international commission visits
• Attended posture hearings and prepared summaries for the Secretary of the Navy and Chief of Naval Operations
• Created and maintained positive bipartisan relationships with congress members and staff
• Mentor and trained fellow liaisons on proper protocol functions for different regions of the world
• Trained co-workers for successful interactions with congressional offices on the Hill
• Consulted for liaison hiring committee to review packages of potential candidates for employment
- Congressional Liaison Officer at U.S. Navy
- Congressional Fellow at Congresswoman Susan Davis (D-CA)
- Law Office Manager/Discipline Officer at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
- Senior Paralegal Supervisor at Carrier Strike Group ELEVEN, USS NIMITZ
3 years at this Job
- PARALEGAL CERTIFICATE - Paralegal Studies
As the Community Liaison Officer I was responsible for developing and managing a program based on community demographics and post specific needs. Development and implementation of the program has direct impact on post morale and affected overall work performance, productivity, retention, community spirit, and individual and family well-being in a foreign environment. As CLO, I developed an evaluation criteria and conducted periodic surveys to assess program efficacy, based on analysis of formal and informal surveys. As CLO my position required the knowledge of understanding the complexity of issues that exist on a daily basis at Post and the administration of the program required the knowledge of pertinent DOS regulations, programs, and policies, as well as host-country laws, practices, and more. This knowledge was critical to my performance as CLO as the employment liaison, education liaison, member of the crisis management team, and security liaison where USG and State Department regulations, policies and initiatives govern programs and benefits critical to the general well-being of FS employees and family members overseas. As the CLO, I was afforded the ability to exercise my judgement as a full member of the Management staff team, attended regularly scheduled Management meetings and met one on one with the Management Officer/Counselor on a regular basis as well as the Consulate General. As CLO, I attended country team meetings and served as a member of the Senior Staff, Emergency Action Committee, Post Employment Committee, Inter-Agency Housing Board, and Employee Association Board at post. As CLO, I was tasked with the authority to make commitments regarding Federal law prohibiting the use of appropriated funds to support the CLO program. This arrangement forced me to become inclined in working with other organizations at post to defray the cost of programs that are not self-supporting, or to obtain advance funding for activities. As CLO I was responsible for the dissemination of information internally to family members, mission employees at all levels including Ambassador Level, and the Consulate General to discuss complex and sensitive issues. In terms of external contacts, I had close working relationships with those that included local business, educational, and service communities; and many instances I had to discuss sensitive issues with school administrators as well as family members.
As the CLO, my duties were defined in eight areas of responsibility: employment liaison, crisis management and security liaison, education liaison, information and resource management, guidance and referral, welcoming and orientation, community liaison, and events planning. The CLO develops and administers a program plan across the eight areas, which is client-driven and responsive to post-specific needs.
• Advocate for family member employment opportunities within the Mission and on the local economy; recommend policy initiatives to post management.
• Advertise employment opportunities within the Mission and on the local economy.
• Serve on the Post Employment Committee and advocate for family member preference.
• Promote negotiation of reciprocal bilateral work agreements.
• Encourage and facilitate alternative employment options such as telework and home-based businesses.
• Organize and facilitate career planning workshops and employment seminars for family members.
• Inform family members on EFM employment programs managed by the DOS.
• Inform family members on employment resources within the DOS.
• Encourage and assist family members to apply for functional training.
• Publicize and promote the POST Overseas Seasonal Hire Program (OSHP).
• Coordinate and maintain post's Family Member Employment Report (FAMER). Crisis Management and Security Liaison:
• Relay critical security information between post management and the community.
• Represent the interests and concerns of community members when security or crisis situations arise.
• Serve on the Emergency Action Committee with primary responsibility for rumor control.
• Work with RSO to organize security briefings, contingency planning seminars, and town meetings to disseminate information and ensure emergency preparedness.
• Develop and maintain a warden system database for all employees and family members that include safe haven information.
• Provide and explain evacuation regulations and allowances to community members.
• Provide departure and safe haven info to FLO during an evacuation.
• Work in the FLO Office as an evacuated CLO as circumstances and funding permit.
• Crisis aftermath - work with post management to rebuild the community. Education Liaison:
• Establish and maintain liaison with schools used by post families.
• Provide information and referral service on educational options available to employees and family members at post. Provide current information and resources on overseas schools, Washington area schools, boarding schools, education allowances, special needs resources, home schooling, distance learning, adult education opportunities and childcare issues.
• Facilitate programs that support students and youth at post.
• Prepare annual School Summary Report for Office of Overseas Schools and Child Care Report for FLO. Information and Resource Management:
• Gather, maintain and disseminate information to the community, post management, and appropriate functional offices in the Department.
• Pursue and develop resources within and outside the Mission to best serve constituent needs.
• Establish and maintain a community resource center that includes Internet/Intranet access.
• Develop and consolidate written resource materials under welcome/orientation/reentry, as well as other areas of CLO responsibility.
• Develop client database and CLO page on post website.
• Market the CLO program to the community and post management to garner support for programs.
• Submit semi-annual activity report to FLO.
• Submit updated post information to OBC. Guidance and Referral:
• Provide confidential support to individuals and groups within the community (divorce, spouse/child abuse, adoption, death, mental health concerns, etc.).
• Utilize available resources to address concerns and meet needs.
• Recommend referrals as appropriate.
• Represent individual and/or collective concerns to post management as appropriate and help formulate solutions and family friendly policies. Welcoming and Orientation:
• Provide pre and post arrival information and resources to ensure successful acclimation to post environment.
• Organize and maintain an effective sponsorship program.
• Organize post welcome activities.
• Coordinate official post orientation program.
• Coordinate reentry workshop for departing employees and family members. Community Liaison:
• Establish and maintain an effective working relationship with all agencies and sections of the Mission.
• Pursue and develop effective working relationship with local community organizations and resources that benefit members of the post community and enhance quality of life at post.
• Serve as community representative on Mission committees (IAHB, EAC, PEC and Commissary Association).
• Attend country team and regularly scheduled briefings with ADMIN and the AMB or DCM.
• Develop an effective working relationship with CLOs from other English-speaking Missions. Events Planning:
• Coordinate the development and implementation of relevant programs to enhance post morale in the following three categories: U.S. traditions, host country culture, social, educational and recreational activities.
• Encourage volunteerism through community outreach.
• Facilitate morale-enhancing seminars and workshops organized by other groups or individuals at post.
- COMMUNITY LIAISON OFFICER at United States Department of State, U.S. Consulate Matamoros, TAMPS MX
- Recruiting Manager/Community Relations Manager at Convergys Corp
- Marketing and Community Relations Manager at Laredo Bucks
- Sales / Marketing Director at Camino Colombia/VMS, Inc
3 years at this Job
- BA in Communication - Communication
Action and Liaison Officer, Headquarters Marine Corps and Deployed Overseas 2009 - Present
•Deployed to Afghanistan to work with Task Force Spotlight in driving compliance actions and oversight of private security companies in Afghanistan. Developed a network of 20 private security companies with more than 5,000 guards and contracts worth $286.1M+. Worked closely with the Afghan Ministry of Interior and Afghan Public Protection Force to develop policies and doctrines that supported building and maintaining a strong national security posture. Received professional commendations from a General Officer.
•Advised the branch director of trends, developments, and problem areas regarding logistic capabilities in Marine Corps logistics communities.
•Participated in numerous working groups and conferences that helped to shape policy and future Marine Corps logistics doctrine.
•Championed the logistics community’s involvement in the 202,000 Personnel Capability Assessment Review (202k CAR). Collaborated with global Marine Corps logistical elements and chaired multiple working groups and conferences. Enhanced logistics capabilities. Advocacy secured an increase in the force structure by 1,167 Marines. Analyzed and re-designed the task organizations of expeditionary logistics units to better support the war fighter.
•Participated in cross-departmental strategy and planning sessions to synchronize capabilities and force structure requirements between operations, intelligence, communications, and budget
- Action and Liaison Officer at Installations & Logistics Department
- Senior Logistics Officer at Combat Logistics Battalion 24
- Transportation Platoon Commander and Special Staff Officer at 3d Battalion, 2d Marines
9 years, 8 months at this Job
- Formal School - Tactical Logistics Operations Course
- Formal School - Joint Logistics Course
- Formal School
- Bachelors of Science - Economics
- Masters of Business Administration
- - Project Management Certification Lv1
ANDSF) Liaison Officer (LNO)/Intelligence Analyst, collaborated with Battalion and Company level assets and analyzed intelligence reports and provided different courses of action for companies and a battalion to conduct operations. Operated independently and within small groups to assess current and future outcomes and presented senior leadership with potential solutions. Regularly demonstrated creative problem solving utilizing gathered intelligence to fulfill my commander's intent.
- Liaison Officer (LNO)/Intelligence Analyst at Battalion Afghan National Defense Security Forces
- Specialty Platoon Leader at Kandahar Afghanistan
- Platoon Leader at
- Company Executive Officer at
1 month at this Job
- B.S. - Mechanical Engineering
Tinker AFB, OK - Medical Treatment Facility NCOIC: TSgt Matthew Gough - 405-582-6046 I serve as a Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Officer (PEBLO) in the Medical Evaluation Board (MEB) program I am responsible for effectively counseling Active Duty and Reserve Component members to include Air force, Navy, and Marines in our geographical areas of responsibility on program requirements, military benefits, legal rights, and appeals processes. I coordinate Aeromedical evacuation or other patient travel requirements, Temporary Disability Retirement Listings (TDRL) re-evaluations, fitness for duty determinations, lines of duty (LOD) and other correlated program requirements related to the Disability Evaluation System (DES). I am responsible for interpreting, analyzing and providing up to date medical data to executive members of the 72nd Medical Group to include the group commander, all flight commanders, and the supporting staff in the facility. Additionally, I track and analyze specific trends in such data and assist in implementing necessary changes. Such tracked data collected is provided monthly, quarterly, and annually to higher headquarters for review. Once a week I participate in a Deployment Availability Working Group (DAWG) to discuss mobility restricting profiled members and make executive determinations on possible submission for a Medical Evaluation. I prepare case file packages routinely to provide to board members for higher adjudication. I am in continuous communication with the member on board results and available options. I manage information associated with the pre-screening process portion of the IDES procedure to include gathering medical information, submitting results to the Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC) for determination and initiating or finalizing actions to complete a medical board or return the service member to duty. When requested, I coordinate and process Deployment Medical Waivers for members who are in need of distinctive authorizations through AFCENT, AFSOUTH, PACAF and so forth. I work with primary care physicians, and the member's chain of command to ensure timely and accurate turn-around times. Furthermore, I also communicate and assist in coordinating Veterans Affairs (VA) appointment times and dates for service members while supplying the VA with precise medical records and accurate information on the member. Executing an exchange in medical documentation requires maintaining current Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Privacy Act directives. On a continuous basis I am responsible for keeping multiple data analysis structures updated with patient information and their status during their Medical Board process. Additionally, the Tinker AFB military treatment facility was chosen to participate in a pilot program, which may be used on every military instillation, with every branch of the military. The pilot program is eCFT, electronic Case File Transfers. I am responsible for implementing this program daily, while providing weekly feedback to the pilot administrators.
- Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Officer at PEBLO
- Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Officer Admin at PEBLO
- Medical Clerk at
- Resident Specialist at Balfour Beatty Communities
1 year, 10 months at this Job
- BAS - Clinical Psychology
- Bachelors - Arts and Science
- Associates in Arts - Arts and Science
LIAISON OFFICER In charge and responsible in processing and preparation in submitting Govement Clearance requied for Bidding and for the renewal of Clearances for the company as required by the Government Resposible in monitoring of items/ product of the company in warehouse Encoding and submitting outgoing and incoming chemicals/ items for the Goverment Agency (Phil. Drug Enforcement Agency and Phil. National Police) ADMINISTRATION AND ASSISTANT STAFF In Charge and responsible in prpeparation of monthly contribution of SSS,Medicare, Loans , and Pag-Ibig Responsile to monitor the yearly insurance of the vehicle of th company In charge of preparation of Billing Statement and Sales Invoice Responsible to fo;;ow up collections current and past due. Responsible of safekeeping of important Document of the Company.(Financial Statement, Company Properties Documents, Business Documents and Contracts).
- Liaison Officer and Adminintravive Staff at Philippine HOH Industries Incorporation
- Finance and Administration Officer/Secretary at Masigasig Security and Manpower Agency
- FACTORY WORKER-OVERSEAS CONTRACT WORKER at KOU YUAN YEE FOODS COMAPNY
- Checker/Cashier at SM Department Store
1 year, 10 months at this Job
- Bachelor's - Business Administration in Secretarial Education
•Executive Liaison Officer: Managed administrative and operational support relating to USMC student aviator training and production goals; provided guidance and mentorship to students, junior officers, and enlisted personnel. Managed 12 Instructors and 40 Student Pilots on the successful completion of Primary Naval Aviation Training. Advised the Navy Commanding Officer on unit morale, personnel, equipment readiness, training and professional military education processes for all Marines.
•Instructor Pilot: Piloted various type training flights to instruct military student aviators; explained operation of flight controls and interpretation of flight instrument panel in cockpit qualified student for particular type training plane when flight proficiency was demonstrated.
•Conducted nine service level reviews boards of Marine student performance in Naval Aviation Training. Process used by Marine Aviation Training Support Groups to conduct performance reviews for Marine Aviator candidates in training. Project Management
•Screened and selected for Technology Advancements for Next Generation working group EXPO for a NASA AAMES Research Project designed to concept methods of operating in a communication degraded environment. Team developed 2 of 21 concepts. Personally responsible for leading the team to pitch one concept that has led to funding for initial research and development- 'ARVIS'
•Determined, communicated, and coordinated required USMC instructor manning level associated with 17 different training squadrons across naval aviation training.
•Special Projects Manager: Administered and managed special projects as assigned by leadership and headquarters guidance; prepared or presented project assessment reports.
- Executive Liaison Officer/Instructor Pilot/ Projects Manager at Marine Aviation Training Support Group
- Director of Safety and Standardization & Aviation Safety Officer at Marine Aircraft Group 36 and Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 262, MCAS Futenma, Japan
- Operations Officer at Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 262, MCAS Futenma, Japan
2 years, 7 months at this Job
- - International Relations
- Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics - Mathematics
Full-Time: 60 Hrs per week ~~~~~~~~~~~ Senior fire support officer in the lethal targeting cell responsible for managing the integration of joint military effects in support of a Regiment of over 4,000 Troopers. Regimental planner, responsible for ensuring the synchronization of assets and personnel to achieve success during home station operations and deployment preparation activities. Key Highlights: o One of two Regimental personnel to be awarded a Joint training badge for aiding in the integration of Air Force lethal strikes during NTC 18-04 a multi-million dollar, pre- deployment, training event. o Led the planning and synchronizing efforts of all Regimental fire support assets (aviation, artillery, electronic, joint service and multi-national) for a consolidated annual train up consisting of over three Regimental Field Training exercises, in preparation for 3d CR's Combat deployment to Iraq, which included over 1,000 artillery live fire missions, 300 hours of unmanned aviation surveillance support, 160 hours of rotary wing (AH-64) support, and 100 hours of fixed wing (F-16) support. o Enhanced the Regiment's fire support certification process through an innovative program that involved six senior level officers and three non-commissioned officers. The final outcome was a vetted fire support certification program that enabled the integration of multiple perspectives and maintained the core objective of meeting all the mandatory training gates while enabling a more efficient certification process. o Facilitated the establishment of a security checkpoint as well as the procedural inspection process of Regimental personnel as they attended classified fire support briefings prior to OIR deployment. The security checkpoint enabled the proper background checks of personnel attending strike cell briefs as well as controlled the physical security of the facility where the classified material was being presented.
- Liaison Officer at Field Artillery
- Operations Officer at Field Artillery
- Leader at Army Captains Career Course Student
- Platoon Leader at Company FSO
1 year, 2 months at this Job
- Bachelor of Arts - Criminal Justice
Present) Hours/week: 50
Supervisor: MG Stephen L. Farmen (910-570-6533)
Serves as liaison officer to U.S Transportation Command provides expertise in all facets of the deployment process ICW USTRANSCOM, Air Mobility Command (AMC) and Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC). Serves as a subject matter expert, adviser, and manager for all COCOM Warfighter deployment requirements; interact with other staffs, agencies and MSC's to ensure synchronization of effort. Providing technical oversight for movement validations; provide reach-back capabilities to FORSCOM directives for purpose of deployment or information papers. Responsible for developing coordinating cost estimates supporting established timelines for future evaluations; travel to installations and A/SPOEs to develop transportation feasibility assessments and to confirm capability and capacity to support strategic movement requirements. As FORSCOM LNO, leads, synchronizes OPTs and provides information on unit movements and associated friction points.
• Team Building: Working with entities from SDDC, TRANSCOM and AMC building relationships and discussing processes that will improve mobilization activities at all ports in the world.
• Process Improvement: Established a LNO workgroup (ASC, AMC, SDDC, TRANSCOM and MSC) to collaborate plans and ideas to posture a position of positive reinforcement between the LNO's and the organizations we support.
• Strategic Planning: Work with Department of Defense leadership to develop plans for 18 month forecast of Strategic Ports to utilize during an OPLAN activation. Plans are developed and utilized during training exercises at military training facilities. All aspects of transportation are used to expedite full effect of mobilization activities at multiple air and seaports aligned throughout the world.
• Conflict Management: Worked with multiple organizations to resolve friction points in achieving strategic objectives. Put metrics in place and briefed leadership on actions taken to ensure logistics for transportation of units was satisfactorily managed at the COL level.
- FORSCOM LIAISON OFFICER TO USTRANSCOM, COLONEL at DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
- SUPERVISORY LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT OFFICER at ARIZONA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
- at ARIZONA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
- CJTF PLANNER/LNO at ARIZONA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
11 months at this Job
- - Strategic Planning
- M.B.A. - Transportation & Logistics
- B.S. - Business Administration
Middletown, CT 4/07 - Present Office Supervisor/Records Management Liaison Officer
➢ Recommends staffing changes and assists in recruitment of personnel.
➢ Develops productivity plans for employees to improve the quality and quantity of their work.
➢ Prioritizes and plans workloads, work flows, deadlines and work objectives.
➢ Manages conflict resolution and conducts informal mediation sessions when necessary.
➢ Evaluates processes for inefficiency and develops solutions for improved performance.
➢ Reviews and approves time and attendance records in the state's electronic system, CORE-CT.
➢ Instructs employees on agency policies and procedures, as well as methods and procedures regarding retention and disclosure of public records.
➢ Develops and maintains unit policy and procedural guidelines.
➢ Supervises the daily operations of duplication services and the mailroom.
➢ Provides technical assistance and training in computer software programs.
➢ Prepares various administrative, statistical, productivity and financial reports.
➢ Serves as a liaison to local, state and federal agencies, and to agency attorneys and state's attorneys.
➢ Administers contract and grant compliance.
➢ Interprets and applies state statutes regarding the dissemination of State Police investigative reports to the public, criminal justice agencies, and to state, federal and municipal agencies.
➢ Reviews complex investigative files regarding alleged violations of statutes.
➢ Researches state laws, federal programs, agency policies and procedures and proposed legislation.
➢ Developed and maintains centralized fiscal accounting system for accounts receivable and cash management.
➢ Maintains Connecticut State Police investigative files in the agency's central repository.
➢ Serves as disaster recovery coordinator for agency flooding incidents impacting agency records.
➢ Established and published the agency's Records Retention Guidelines in accordance with State Library requirements.
- Office Supervisor/Records Management Liaison Officer at Dept. of Emergency Services and Public Protection, State of Connecticut
- Processing Technician at Dept. of Public Safety, State of Connecticut
- Processing Technician at Dept. of Social Services, State of Connecticut
- Office Assistant at Department of Social Services, State of Connecticut
11 years, 9 months at this Job
- Degree - Paralegal
- Diploma - Administrative Assistant