BAE Systems (05/22/2010 - Present) - Social Scientist Leavenworth, Kansas United States Supervisor: Mark Solomon - 913-364

-5052 x2; Contact:Yes

Salary: $96,690.00 per year Hours per week: 40 Duties: In training for a Social Scientist position on a Human Terrain Team (HTT) which is now assigned to US military units in Iraq or Afghanistan. When deployed I will plan, design, and authorize highly complex research projects to provide a framework for collection and analysis. Create overarching research plans. Conduct and manage ethnographic research, determine methodology, and analysis to develop research instruments for interview protocols and surveys. Provide authoritative advice on all phases, types of social-cultural research, and analysis to develop a common operating picture of the socio-cultural combat environment for recommendations into the military decision making process. Direct and participate in qualitative and quantitative data collection methodologies to include direct observation, visual ethnography, key leader engagement, participant observation, depth interviewing, group or focus group interviewing, surveying, secondary source research, and mixed method approaches. Assess research processes and methods to improve future research, analysis, and products.

UNESCO (10/02/2009 - 05/17/2010) - Researcher and Advisor Bangkok, [Not Applicable] Thailand Supervisor: Dr. Darryl Macer - 66-2-391-0577 x141; Contact:Yes

Salary: $0.00 per hour Hours per week: 40 Duties: While serving as a Volunteer Researcher and Advisor to the Regional Unit for Social and Human Services in Asia and Pacific (RUSHSAP) at UNESCO Regional HQ I conducted primary and secondary research in updating, greatly expanding, proofreading and editing a UNESCO-sponsored standard university undergraduate textbook for use in the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) area entitled "Peace and Human Security in the SAARC Region". Additionally, I personally conducted and managed over several dozen individualized Case Studies

based on primary and secondary socio-cultural and ethnographic research methodologies which were included in the above draft textbook. In the Case Studies section I made specific recommendations on resolving various agricultural and business development and social problems through innovative self-help, alternative livelihood and privately-funded, non-governmental, future self-sustaining solutions. These Case Studies were focused on South and Central Asia, especially in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and based on primary research I conducted while assigned as an International Advisor to the Counter-Narcotics Advisory Team (CNAT), based in Lashkar Gah, Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Also assisted in composing and proofreading a compilation of papers into two UNESCO-sponsored books entitled "Asian-Arab Philosophical Dialogue on War and Peace" and "AsianArab Philosophical Dialogue on Globalization, Democracy and Human Rights".

MPRI (10/04/2008 - 06/15/2009) - US Army Recruiter Friendswood, Texas United States Supervisor: Julie Osborn - 2703517274; Contact:Yes

Salary: $33,000.00 per year Hours per week: 40 Duties: US Army civilian contract recruiter. Responsible for recruiting and processing US citizens and "Green Card" holders/permanent residents into accessing all US Army active duty and reserve officer, warrant officer and enlisted programs. Conducted interviews at information stands, spoke at meetings, attended trade and job fairs, disseminated information on all US Army programs.

Civilian Police International (CPI), Inc. (05/10/2007 - 05/09/2008) - International Advisor Lashkar Gah, Helmand Province, Armed Forces Overseas Afghanistan Supervisor: Frank Balazs - 541-485-4379; Contact:Yes

Salary: $214,000.00 per year Hours per week: 84

Duties: While assigned as an International Advisor to a Counter-Narcotics Advisory Team (CNAT), Lashkar Gah, Helmand Province, Afghanistan under a US Department of State (DOS) contract I conducted primary socio-cultural and ethnographic research for anti-narcotics, development and self-help projects and information gathering purposes. I compiled, collated, analyzed, processed and passed this standardized formatted research from various quantitative and qualitative data, with specific recommendations for action, and made empirical observations to the US Embassy-Kabul International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL) Section through weekly e-mailed reports and periodic e-mailed special updates for evaluation, discussion and commentary. These reports were also further transmitted to DOS HQ in Washington, DC, and CPI HQ in Kabul, and also shared with various British military (CIMIC, PSYOPS, infantry, intelligence, etc.) and British civilian officials (DFID, FCO, etc.) at Camp Bastion, outside of Lashkar Gah, Helmand Province, and to other DOS, US Embassy and USAID officials and additional interested official or government organizations such as the Afghan Ministry of Counter-Narcotics in Kabul. This primary research instruments included extensive face-to-face individual and group interviews, often through Pashto and Darispeaking interpreters, with provincial farmers, a wide range of provincial women and women's group leaders, business leaders, agricultural officials, religious and tribal leaders (usually through 'shuras' or large meetings), a large assortment of locally-operating NGOs and IGOs, various area UN organizations, Colombo Plan representatives, local educators, local and provincial government officials including close association and communication with the Helmand Province Governor, Asadullah Wafa and his staff members. Additionally, my primary research methodology included direct observation, visual ethnography, participant observation, surveying, independent secondary source research, compilation of data and in-depth analysis. These research methodologies included short and longterm projects based on a continuing analysis of information collected from the local and provincial populace perspectives. I also assisted in the formulation of research questions with the local CNAT staff and included other research questions into my interview protocols and surveys as directed by DOS-INL, US Embassy-Kabul and higher authorities in DOS to project an accurate overall picture of the local and provincial dynamics and current, rapidly-changing, very fluid situation. My primary research directly pertained to DOS, the US and UK governments overall counternarcotics, anti-insurgency, rural and agricultural development, alternative livelihoods, some limited US, but primarily UK, military operations and decisionmaking processes. My primary research also was used to counteract and alleviate the problems associated with large-scale provincial opium production (Helmand Province produces 50% of the world's opium), wide-ranging insurgency, chronic underdevelopment and local government corruption.

Kellogg, Brown & Root (KBR) Services, Inc. (03/15/2005 - 12/15/2006) - Manager

Baghdad, Armed Forces Overseas Iraq Supervisor: Jessie Rich - 931-648-0539; Contact:Yes

Salary: $116,000.00 per year Hours per week: 84 Duties: Assigned as a Senior Security Technician at Camp Hope, Camp Prosperity and Camp Victory North, Baghdad, Iraq (Mar 05-Apr 06); Labor Manager at Camp Victory North, Baghdad, Iraq (Apr 06-Oct 06) and Associate Sub-Contracts Administrator at Camp Taji, Iraq (Oct 06-Dec 06). Responsible for security at consecutive KBR sites in support of US Army's Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF); for directing teams of Third-Country Nationals on cleaning and maintenance in Living Space Areas, and processing and reviewing local Iraqi and third-country national sub-contracts.

Saif Thi al-Fekar Co., Ltd. (07/30/2003 - 08/31/2004) - General Manager/CEO Basra, [Not Applicable] Iraq Supervisor: Alberto Santiago - 964-1-616-488; Contact:Yes

Salary: $19,200.00 per year Hours per week: 84 Duties: General Manager/CEO of 475 local employees of an Iraq-based contracting firm. Provided local workers under sub-contract to Kellogg, Brown & Root (KBR) Services, Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA), US Consulate-Basra, British Army, British Police, British Broadcasting Services (BBC), joint British military/policeoperated South Iraq Police Academy, Erinys Security (UK), RTI International and other firms in South Iraq. Provided HR staffing, administrative and personnel records keeping, finance/ payroll services, personal and convoy security, maintenance and operations services and related services to the above organizations.

ITT Services, Inc. (07/15/2002 - 07/14/2003) - Anti-Terrorist Security Advisor

Camp McGovern, Armed Forces Overseas Bosnia and Herzegovina Supervisor: Frank Sarver - Unknown; Contact:Yes

Salary: $14.65 per hour Hours per week: 56 Duties: Anti-Terrorist Security Advisor to US Army at Camp McGovern, Brcko, Bosnia. Advised on force protection, base defense, internal security and related matters.

Combat Support Associates (CSA), Ltd. (02/02/2001 - 07/04/2002) - Anti-Terrorist Security Advisor Camp Doha, Armed Forces Overseas Kuwait Supervisor: William Sherman - DSN: 318-242-1425; Contact:Yes

Salary: $14.00 per hour Hours per week: 87.5 Duties: Advisor on Anti-Terrorist Security Measures with US Army at Camp Doha, Kuwait. Responsible for advising on force protection measures, internal and external security, convoy escorts, base defense and related matters.

State of FL Department of Children and Families (03/20/2000 - 01/31/2001) Protective Investigator Miami, Florida United States Supervisor: Mrs. Vanessa Miller - 305-337-5055; Contact:Yes

Salary: $26,000.00 per year Hours per week: 40 Duties: Responsible for investigating claims of child abuse, neglect and abandonment in the greater South Miami area. Conducted interviews, made

recommendations and helped to coordinate responses from other medical, legal, police and social services professionals to assist families and children in crisis.

Flagship Healthcare Group, Inc. (12/02/1997 - 10/30/1998) - Corporate Recruiter Hialeah, Florida United States Supervisor: Francis L. Shea III - 508-946-4088; Contact:Yes

Salary: $55,000.00 per year Hours per week: 40 Duties: Responsible for recruiting Registered Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech-Language Therapists, Certified Nursing Assistants and other health service and office professionals for contract home and hospital services. Assisted HR Manager with personnel records keeping, new hire orientation and other HR matters.

Fortune Engineering Co., Ltd. (10/15/1991 - 10/15/1997) - Operations MANAGER Bangkok, [Not Applicable] Thailand Supervisor: Thomas Christo - Unknown; Contact:Yes

Salary: $12,000.00 per year Hours per week: 72 Duties: Acted as Operations Manager for a building and construction materials and electronic signs import firm serving Southeast Asia.

US Navy Recruiting (04/02/1998 - 09/30/1991) - Minority Officer Recruiter Los Angeles, California United States Supervisor: LT Tony Pantoja - Unknown; Contact:Yes

Salary: $35,000.00 per year

Hours per week: 40 Duties: Led of team of seven US Navy officer recruiters in processing minority high school and college graduate candidates for accession into all US Navy commissioning programs. Received 14 Gold Wreaths for Recruiting Excellence.

US Navy Recruiting (10/15/1985 - 02/01/1988) - Minority Officer Recruiter El Paso, Texas United States Supervisor: LCDR Ernesto Saenz - Unknown; Contact:Yes

Salary: $20,000.00 per year Hours per week: 40 Duties: Assigned as Officer-in-Charge, Processing "A" Station, and Minority Officer Recruiter in processing minority high school and college graduate candidates into all US Navy Officer Commissioning Programs. Received numerous recruiting awards.