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0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


Work xxx-xxx-xxxx    

Cell: 571.275.0420


Country of Citizenship: United States

SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx



Vacancy Posting:



Core Competencies


Executive Management, Administrative Management, Policy and Program Analysis, Program Administration, Project Management, Process Reviews, Reorganizations, Start-Ups, Procurement, Contracting, Grants/Funding, Budgeting, Financial Management, Strategic Planning, Logistics, Event Coordination, Staffing, Team Leadership, Communications (Verbal and Written), Presentations, Information Technology, Decision Making, Problem Solving



September 1996-Present


United States Department of Justice

Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office)

Assistant Director for Administration; January 2008-Present

Hours per Week: 40+

Salary: GS-15
Supervisor: Deputy Director David Buchanan; Phone: 202-616-9416; May Contact

Currently hold position of public trust clearance, with accountability for full-scope Administrative operations of Finance, Information Technology, Procurement, and Strategic Management and Planning business units employing 45 Federal and contractual staff and including 5 direct reports; spearheaded reorganization of entire division.


Strategically formulate and execute budgets as high as $1.5B to maximize use of resources and control costs while meeting critical operational goals.  Cost-effectively manage both major and minor procurements, including contracts and reimbursable agreements.  Entrusted with authorizing financial signatory for all procurements, trainings and travel.


Contribute technology expertise toward steering systems and data management. Actively drive strategic planning activities including ongoing organization-wide business process reengineering project focused on boosting bottom-line performance.


Have successfully led operations to consistently achieve clean annual audit opinions.  Effectively defended 2 COPS Office reorganizations to attain Attorney General and Congressional approval.


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Acting Deputy Director for Management; January 2009-March 2010

Hours per Week: 40+

Salary: GS-15

Supervisor: Acting Director Timothy Quinn; Phone: 202-395-6732; May Contact
Supervisor: Acting Director David Buchanan; Phone: 202-616-9416; May Contact

Concurrent with serving as Assistant Director for Administration, oversaw Facilities, Human Capital Planning and Special Projects.  Led planning for upcoming office move, projected for October 2010, entailing the efficient relocation of 140 Federal employees as well as 70+ contractors. Served as approving financial signatory for all procurements, trainings and travel.


Substantially enhanced productivity by spearheading creation of an innovative online system accommodating efficient submission of approximately 8K applications representing over $8B in requests for Recover Act Funding; completed project within 6 weeks, including testing, with no significant technical issues.  Further contributed to funding program success by effectively coordinating and leading team in mapping and implementing timeline, from appropriation to award, allowing for award of $1B in recover funds in only five months. 


Deputy Chief of Staff; April 2003-January 2008

Hours per Week: 40+

Salary: GS-14

Supervisor: Chief of Staff Timothy Quinn; Phone: 202-395-6732; May Contact

Conducted comprehensive program and policy analysis, business process review and internal monitoring to evaluate overall performance and actively supported Chief of Staff.  Spearheaded creation, staffing and launch of new Management and Budget business unit designed to manage budget formulation, office-wide e-Government activities and strategic planning/ business process mapping of all state, local and tribal entity pre/post grant award processes and related administrative functions, from appropriation through monitoring and audit.  Oversaw ongoing mapping providing effective identification and remediation of gaps and resulting in enhanced efficiencies and improved grant making processes.


Special Assistant to the Director/Deputy Director; May 1998-April 2003

Hours per Week: 40+

Salary: GS-13

Supervisor: Deputy Director Timothy Quinn; Phone: 202-395-6732; May Contact
Supervisor: Director Carl Peed; Phone: 703-581-3604; May Contact
Supervisor: Acting Director Mary Lou Leary; Phone: 202-307-5973; May Contact
Supervisor: Deputy Director Ben Tucker; Phone: 202-395-4693; May Contact

Contributed expertise in operations of all office divisions and grant programs toward supporting multiple senior management team members in achieving COPS Office objectives.  Effectively anticipated problems and provided solutions-focused options for Director.  Applied strong communication and liaising skills toward presenting Director views at meetings and to workgroups and teams, both internal and external.


Demonstrated exceptional decision making and project management skills as well as keen ability to generate fast results in successfully coordinating waiver of $10M to New York City in support of hiring replacement police officers within days of 9/11 terror attack.

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Communications Specialist; September 1996-May 1998

Hours per Week: 40+

Salary: GS-9

Supervisor: Teri Black-Brann; Phone: 310-377-2612; May Contact

Spearheaded planning of and participation in varied White House and related events, including writing and editing all external materials and driving broad-scope external communication initiatives.  Played vital role in achieving goal of funding 100K community policing officers nationwide. Instrumental in organizing and staffing successful 100,000 Officer event held in White House Rose Garden through direct coordination with White House Domestic Policy Council Staff.  Collaborated in identifying notable officers nationwide who had been funded by COPS Office and had distinguished themselves on the job in support of 75,000 Officer event. As a result of successful location and selection of top candidates, one officer was subsequently selected to attend State of the Union Address with then First Lady Hillary Clinton.




California State University Long Beach

Degree: MS, Criminal Justice 

Earned: 1986


Trinity College, Washington, DC

Degree: BA, Political Science  

Earned: 1985


Oxford University Program, Oxford University, England

Program: British Literature, History and Theology

Dates: Full-Year program, 1982



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