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THEODORE D.

SEYMOUR
Winter Springs, FL • Mobile 321.246.7518 • tseymour06@gmail.com

MANAGEMENT

High impact leader offering more than two decades of experience establishing critical priorities and strategic
objectives. Accomplished manager who has demonstrated excellence in operations, logistics and program
execution. Possess the analytical skills to evaluate complex systems and processes and then map out winning
solutions to increase performance and efficiencies. Articulate communicator, effectively working with Senior
Executives, peers, and clients; has the skills to socialize ideas, make recommendations and gather team consensus
in reaching decisions. Experienced in creating high-performance teams; understands the building blocks of market
focus, position, and leveraging distinctive capabilities and partnerships to develop and maintain customer base.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

• LEADERSHIP #1 Asset. Strong history of leading multi-disciplined teams and entire organizations—large and small
• Experienced P&L manager; familiar using Earned Value Management; managed budgets as big as $2M annually.
• Successfully led complex organizations as large as 500 people, 7 business units, and $1M+ operating budget.
• Experienced business developer, client relationship management, staff management, and business operations: key
to capturing over $2B in potential client work; led over 20 engagements, 10 as repeat business valued at $10M.
• Competency lead for 50 operations managers working in 7 specialties. In collaboration with 4 complementary
operating units, developed professional development program consisting of standardized training and job rotation.
• Conducted analysis of complex supply chains using value mapping to understand, analyze, and refine business
processes. Analysis resulted in reduced costs and inventory to produce the same system availability.
• Change management specialist; led the restructuring of a transportation unit; developed vehicle operator training
program and increased efficiency of maintenance shop—increased vehicle in-commission rate to 95%.
• Collaborated in developing company’s Certification Program. Mentored team of 15; created training plans and
guided efforts; 12 of 15 achieved Project Management Professional (PMP) or Life Cycle Logistics certifications.
• Developed strategies and metrics for supply chain management; drove better asset utilization, faster turnaround,
and cost avoidance during supply chain evaluation and implementation planning; achieved 98% effectiveness rating.
• Procurement specialist; led evaluation of two upgrade proposals for National Tactical Warning System; expert
evaluation directly responsible for saving more than $8.6M on the program.
• Developed supply chain tracking strategy using Automated Identification Technologies to increase efficiencies and
asset protection for armored vehicle spare parts; implementation led to increased vehicle availability.
• Evaluated supply chain issues for $150M program. Interfaced with purchasing, logistics, supply chain managers,
suppliers and customers to develop supply chain for system repair and distribution; saved $5.5M over life cycle.
• Took over failing program; performed project management activities; identified deficiencies in schedule and
budget management; reduced risk profile and got program back on schedule and within cost planning baseline.
• Project lead for performance-based logistics business case analyses and strategy development for two Army
programs. Identified most cost effective support strategies; resulted in costs savings of $40M over the life cycle.
• Led 12-person team supporting 5 programs; logistics lead for Cheyenne Mountain (ACAT IM) air and space defense
upgrade; supported software/hardware support packages. Responsible for oversight of $400M support contract.
• Led logistics for joint service program. Authored warranty management plan and an Integrated Logistics Support
Plan for aircraft avionic equipment (Global Positioning System/Inertial Navigation Unit Program).

CAREER EXPERIENCE
Executive Manager
Booz Allen Hamilton – McLean Virginia 2006 - Present
Responsible to Senior Executives, adding value as the functional lead providing guidance to functional staff across
three markets. Led a team of 15 direct reports; mentored and guided staff development. Directly responsible for
P&L management, business development, and maintaining positive client relationships. Collaborates with market
and functional teams to drive cross-sell opportunities, monitor performance metrics and maintain a positive client
relations. Lead development of proposals, client briefings and white papers. Work with leadership to develop
supply chain strategy, boost operational efficiency, and ensure the flexibility to react quickly to the changing
needs of the customer.
THEODORE SEYMOUR Mobile 321.246.7518 • tseymour06@gmail.com

Director of Logistics Operations


United States Air Force—McGuire, AFB, NJ 2003 – 2006
Executive Manager of diverse operation comprised of 7 separate business units consisting of 540 personnel.
Controlled $2.1M operations budget and provided oversight for mobility and operating supplies held in a revolving,
working capital account, valued at $76M. Provided oversight for deployment planning for over 6,000 personnel
and 4,300 tons of equipment. Competency lead for 50 officers; developed policies and procedures for training
and professional development programs. Managed the maintenance, storage, and rotation of $10M War Reserve
Materiel program, including equipment and supplies used to support Operation Iraqi Freedom. Responsible for
5.6M gallons of bulk fuel storage and the operations and maintenance of over 1000 vehicles, valued at $91M.
Director of Operations ― Baghdad, Iraq (2003)
Performed as Executive Program Manager for the complex $458M, 500 employee Logistics Capability Augmentation
Program (LOGCAP) contract supplying total life support for the 4,000-person Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA)
Directed policy and procedures development; managed and executed procedures for use of non-tactical vehicle
fleet, air transportation of people and cargo, and life support activities, to include lodging, fuel, dining facilities,
supply, laundry, and ammunition control.
Director of Maintenance and Production ― McGuire AFB, Wrightstown, NJ (2000–2002)
Directly responsible for the administration, morale, and welfare of a 389-person unit. Provided guidance and
leadership for eight business units conducting equipment maintenance on three different aircraft types. Managed
an annual operating budget of $1.1M and was accountable for $100M worth of test equipment. Directed the
training and equipping of personnel to meet world-wide taskings. Ensured strict compliance with technical orders,
safety regulations, and environmental laws.
Prior experience
PROGRAM MANAGER / SENIOR BUSINESS ANALYST
Pentagon (1998–2000)
PLANNING AND OPERATIONS MANAGER
Andersen AB, Guam (1997-1998)
DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION / DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF LOGISTICS
Hanscom AFB, Bedford, MA (1994 – 1997)
PROGRAM MANAGER / INTEGRATED LOGISTICS SUPPORT MANAGER
Wright Patterson AFB, OH (1990 – 1994)
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS MANAGER
Pease AFB, Portsmouth, NH (1986 – 1990)

EDUCATION • PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT


Doctorate Business Administration, Expected Graduation 2012 (Current GPA 3.91)
NORTHCENTRAL UNIVERSITY, Prescott Valley, Arizona
Senior Leadership Development Course, 1998-1999
MARINE CORPS COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE, Quantico MCB, Virginia
Leadership and Management Course, 1991 (Distinguished Graduate and Outstanding Contributor)
SQUADRON OFFICER SCHOOL, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio
Masters of Science, Logistics Management, 1991 (Dean’s List, GPA 3.67)
AIR FORCE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Dayton, Ohio
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, 1985
RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE, Providence, Rhode Island

CERTIFICATIONS
Project Management Professional (PMP)
Certified Supply Chain Professional (APICS)
DAWIA Certification, Level III Program Management
DAWIA Certification, Level III Logistics Management
SECURITY CLEARANCE -- Top Secret; SSBI, PR Date Mar 08