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Dynamic, focused, and diligent professional with proven strength in emergency management system implementation; complemented with excellent interpersonal, organizational, multitasking, and management skills. Possess strong background in developing and implementing system solutions having positive impact on the organization. Demonstrate exceptional leadership, negotiation, organizational, and planning abilities. Identify and solve problems using available resources; flexible to changing priorities. Maintain calm, reassuring demeanor in high-risk and traumatic situations.

  • Self-motivated, able to work independently and unsupervised; equally effective as a team member; and highly capable of motivating others.
  • Adept at managing conflicting deadlines and priorities; willing to accept tasks beyond immediate job duties in special projects as requested by the management.
  • Equipped with excellent administrative and analytical skills, as evidenced by the ability to continuously improve organizational operations, provide protection, and maintain stability during crises.
  • Computer-literate, with proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Incident Action Plan software as well as ability to type 50 words per minute.


  • Gained broad understanding in all four phases of emergency management training (Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery) while at University of North Texas.
  • Assessed and critiqued principles of situational analysis and planning while at North Texas.
  • Determined new and old approaches in emergency management.
  • Conducted research and study on human behaviors, previous mistakes, and effects of terrorism during disasters.
  • Ensured accurate identification of all resources within forward operating base (FOB) during the gulf oil spill response.
  • NIMS 100, 200, 700, and 800 certified.
  • Completed FEMA Independent Studies 120, 130, 139, 235 dealing with exercise design and planning.


Consultant | 2018-Present

Oversee TRG operations within the site during the MC252 oil spill response. Assume full responsibility in overseeing all TRG personnel on-site, organizing schedules, and strategically assigning personnel throughout the area. Ensure effective and accurate completion of all assigned tasks. Respond to command in encountered logistical issues.

  • Served as the direct link to command, exercising leadership in executing the need from command directly to the TRG personnel on-site.
  • Gained knowledge on crucial Incident Action Plan (IAP) forms related to resource and personnel tracking.
  • Organized meetings between contractor management personnel and BP representatives to ensure proper site operations as well as progress achievement.
  • Learned and utilized the incident command system (ICS) for eight months.
  • Managed time building, created spreadsheets, and managed database functions.

Intern | 2017

Worked for emergency management office, updating more than 14 local emergency response plan annexes. Contributed in the development of points of distribution (PODs) plan and continuity of operations plan (COOP). Trained with Galveston County Special Need Evacuation System and WebEOC.

  • Revised and updated local mitigation plan and helped with the initial meetings.
  • Prepared numerous PowerPoint presentations for educational and public awareness, along with pamphlets for public distribution, such as mitigation survey, Blackboard Connect system information, and hurricane preparedness.
  • Coordinated in developing new ideas for town’s annual hurricane meeting.


Window Cleaner | 2016-2017

Production Worker | 2014-2015


Bachelor of Science in Emergency Administration and Planning; Minor in Geography (GPA 3.51/4.0)
Tau Sigma National Honor Society

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Independent Study Courses Completed:

  • IS-00100.a: Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS-100
  • IS-00200.a: ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents, ICS-200
  • IS-00700.a: National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction
  • IS-00800.b: National Response Framework, An Introduction
  • IS-00139: Exercise Design
  • IS-00230.a: Fundamentals of Emergency Management
  • IS-00100.SCa: Introduction to Incident Command System, ICS-100 for School
  • IS-00100.HE: Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS-100 for Higher Education
  • IS-00100.HC: Introduction to Incident Command System, ICS-100 for Healthcare/Hospitals
  • IS-00235: Emergency Planning
  • IS-00546: Continuity of Operations (COOP) Awareness Course
  • IS-00026: Guide to Points of Distribution
  • IS-00208: State Disaster Management
  • IS-00230.a: Fundamentals of Emergency Management
  • IS-00120.a: An Introduction to Exercises
  • IS-00130: Exercise Evaluation and Improvement Planning
  • PEC Training: Gulf Clean Up 2