Retired U.S. Navy Officer with 30+ years of experience in curriculum design, development, and management as well as extensive training and life/leadership coaching experience.
Currently Certified Life Coach (2019-present), after providing instruction and mentoring to 120+ adults and leaders in various aspects of coaching education. Developed and presented life skills training program to residents of Loudoun Homeless Services Center.
Management & Program Analyst, National Heart & Lung Institute, NIH (2015-2017), where he led 59-person team to review and resolve process and quality issues related to 980-member workforce. Eliminated 15 years of leave balance discrepancies and implemented new workstream and training and documentation protocols.
Served in various leadership capacities at U.S. Navy Medicine Professional Development Center (2006-2015), including Instructional Systems Specialist and Master Training Specialist. Promoted to improve training program development and lifecycle management in accordance with ADDIE development standards. Received professional excellence award in training and honorable mention for web-based training tool. Led training management program responsible for 1,500+ students attending 120+ universities with a budget of $80M.
Served 22 years in the U.S. Navy.
Proficient in Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), social media, podcasting and video conferencing platforms.
BS, Healthcare Administration, Southern Illinois University and MBA, Webster University. MPS, Professional Studies in Education, Capella University.