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Melvin Markell McPhearson 54 Oakton Drive Clayton, North Carolina (919) 300-1771 mmfd8b78@westpost.

net Objective To support the work of the CEO by providing professionalism, leadership skills, business knowledge, technical support and continuity to accomplish every task on time or ahead of schedule. Professional Profile Over 35 years of invaluable business knowledge, managerial skills, leadership sk ills, counseling experience and experience as a project management. Coordinated and managed engineering projects doctoral candidates and college professors and instructor. Updated, briefed and gave written and verbal presentations to mili tary commanders, project supervisors, senior and mid-level managers, college pre sidents, deans, and administrators. Also, provided project management and leade rship to multiple locations; Korea, Hawaii, Washington State, Washington, DC, a nd Missouri simultaneously. Education 2005 Virginia University of Lynchburg, Lynchburg, Virginia Doctor of Ministry

2002 Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology, Virginia Union University, Richmond, Virginia Master of Divinity with Special Emphasizes in Christian Education 1992 Columbia College, Jefferson City, Missouri Bachelor of Science (Business Administration - Management) EMPLOYMENT: Mar 2009 - Nov 2010 Restoration Family Services, Inc. - Mental Health Qualified Professional Provide daily and weekly structured face-to-face therapeutic interventions to at least seventeen mental health clients simultaneously. Provide support and guid ance in all areas of life domains: educational/vocational, community, interperso nal, home, and social in preventing, overcoming, or managing the recipient's lev el of functioning and enhancing his/her ability to remain in the community. Orga nize/lead individual and group social activities for individual. Provide direct clinical services to consumers on an individual, group and family basis in the c ommunity; Consult with community agencies and families to maintain coordination in the treatment process. Provide on-call crisis intervention as per designated schedule for after hours and weekend response. Sep 2006 - Jun 2008 Virginia University of Lynchburg - Doctoral Advisor Coordinated, communicated (written and verbally) and advised doctoral student. Taught college level classes and specialized in quantitative and qualitative met hodologies of evaluating data. Also, counseled students from diverse backgrounds (military and civilians).

Sep 2006 - Jun 2008 Virginia University of Lynchburg - Site Director Coordinated, communicated (written and verbally) education services for students and instructors in completing and submitting applications and financial documen ts. Also, counseled students from diverse backgrounds (military and civilians) f or educational concerns and submitted all reports to the university's main campu s. Oct 2006 - Mar 2008 Odyssey Health Care - Hospice Chaplain and Bereavement Coor dinator Provided effective spiritual care, pastoral care and bereavement counseling to h ospice patients and their families during their end-of-life crises. In addition , developed spiritual care plans, conducted memorial and funeral services to civ ilians, retired military personnel and their family members while coordinating w ith installation chaplains and funeral homes and cemetery directors. Jan 2002 - Mar 2008 Mount Olivet Baptist Church - Director of Church Ministries & Associate Coordinated and directed over 52 local church ministries and 13 committees withi n the church. Organized and facilitated workshops and ministry meetings; direct ed and managed the Military Ministry, which coordinated relief efforts to active duty and retired military personnel and their family members. Organized and tau ght marriage ministry seminars, Sunday school classes and computer classes. Pro vided instruction and facilitated classes at the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology Christian Education Conference at Virginia Union University. Oct 2003 - May 2004 Central State Hospital - Mental Health Chaplain Assisted patients with crises, loss, mental concerns and provided support to men tal health patients. Provided religious services, bible study and helped patient s fulfill their religious needs. Engaged clients and families in a therapeutic a lliance, and function as an active member of the multi-disciplinary Mental Healt h / Forensic Treatment Program / Treatment Team Aug 1999 - Oct 2003 United Airlines - Customer Service Representative Provided work as a customer assistance representative in the following areas: ti cket counter, lobby, gate, baggage services, flight departures and arrivals, ram p services, and customer assistance areas. Aug 1975 - Feb 1999 U. S. Army - Company First Sergeant - Construction Engineer Supervisor Provided directed support and daily briefings to commanders, supervised four mas ter sergeants and numerous noncommissioned officers in multiple locations while providing leadership and counseling support to soldiers and their family members . Responsible for analyzing survey reports, maps, drawings and blueprints to pl an projects. Inspected project sites to monitor progress and ensure conformance to design specifications and safety. Worked harmoniously in diverse locations an d provided briefings to companies, battalions, task forces and the U.S. Army Cor ps of Engineers. Interviewed, counseled students and families, provided briefin gs, coordinated testing and results to students and counselors, participating in local job fairs and career day programs, and counsel army personnel about caree r opportunities and benefits.