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Evelyn Y.

Sutton 3410 Blackstone Run San Antonio, TX 78259 Home (210) 497-8843; Mobile (210) 861-5580 Email: Country of Citizenship: United States of America Veterans' Preference: 10-point preference based on a compensable service-connec ted disability of 30 percent or more. Availability: Job Type: Permanent Work Schedule: Full Time Desired Location: US-TX-San Antonio SUMMARY OF SKILLS: Motivated professional! Meticulous manager with 27-years of documented leadership and technical success in the areas of logistics, strategic planning, acquisition, procedural guidance and writing, human resources, workf orce development, integrated supply chain and inventory management, automated su pply systems, program and project management, organizational development/design, customer service/support, training and education, customer complaint program, a ircraft maintenance support, and maintenance-supply liaison. Skilled in briefin g and speech presentations. Active DOD Secret security clearance. EXPERIENCE and EMPLOYMENT HISTORY May 2009 - May 2010; Aircrew Bookstore Technician; 12 Operations Support Squadro n, Randolph AFB, Texas, Miss Debbie, USAF - Provided assistance to customers, contractors, and other organizations. Respo nded to 30-40 visitor/telephone inquiries daily regarding supply concerns. Condu cted intense research to resolve customer concerns in accordance with establishe d procedures and guidelines; 100% customer satisfaction - Superb organizer! Implemented self-help projects to improve bin row appearance : created display folders for loose-leaf pubs; expedited issue and drastically r educed possibility of issuing incorrect items - Utilized First in/First out concept; issued shelf-life items prior to expirati on date; prevented loss of 3K monthly - Performed stock control operations, printed, received/issued, follow-up action s and stockroom maintenance on approximately 30K Aircrew publications and forms - Conducted physical inventories and processed over 200 transactions weekly on c ritical Combat Systems Officer training Instructor/Student Study Guides - Verified status of overdue items with vendor, higher headquarter agencies and/ or inventory item manager to determine reasons for delay; resolved over 95% disc repancies within 2-day period Salary: $29,259.00 per year Hours per week: 40 Sep 2006 - Oct 2007; Distribution Warehouse and Sales Manager; 23rd Logistics Re adiness Squadron, Moody AFB, Georgia, Vincent Davis, USAF - Led and mentored 51 military and 8 civilian personnel; planned and scheduled w ork in a manner that promoted a smooth flow and even distribution - Managed Base Supply activities involved in developing, operating, implementing , and analyzing manual and automated supply systems; maintained inventory contro l of over 12,800 line items valued at $21M; 96 percent inventory accuracy rate - Managed item and monetary accounting procedures, inventory control, financial

planning, receipt, storage, and issue of Base Supply supplies and equipment to b ase customers; oversaw processing of turn-ins, movements, pulls, and deliveries through the standard asset tracking system - Researched, interpreted, analyzed data; ensured compliance with USAF Standard Base Supply System Directives - Established policies and procedures for accomplishment of a complete range of support to supply customers; provided a single point of contact for resolution o f all supply problems - Served as the wing's focal point for requisitioning, receipt and storage of se rviceable and unserviceable assets in the supply system. - Scheduled and conducted periodic inspections of key supply processes to ensure compliance with current guidance; reviewed findings and recommended corrective courses of action Salary: $56,500 per year Hours per week: 50 Sep 2004 - Sep 2006; Supervisor, Communications and Stock Control; 31st Logistic s Readiness Squadron, Aviano Air Base, Italy, Thomas G. Sadlo, Lt. Col. - Supervised and directed 66 military and civilian personnel; prepared and revie wed work accomplished by subordinates, set and adjusted short-term priorities an d work schedules. Provided advice, guidance and direction on functional areas a nd administrative issues - Responsible to unit commander for effective logistical support to the 31 Fight er Wing, 48 assigned F-16s, NATO deployed forces and 3 Geographically Separated Units - Conducted annual surveillance, analyzed document control and inventory practic es - Led Customer Support Evaluation team; met with 32+ maintenance centers, assess ed customer satisfaction, resolved supply related concerns; enhanced customer se rvice - Coordinated plans and schedules with other organization managers and customers as appropriate. Ensured optimal operation of the Standard Base Supply System, Standard Assets Tracking System and overall computer support for over 400 PCs - Directed upgrade training and oversight for the efficient management of 380 pe rsonnel. Published guidance for supply customers and provided supply computer sy stems support Salary: $53,100 per year Hours per week: 55 Jun 2003 - Sep 2004; Distribution Warehouse and Transportation Manager; 39th Log istics Readiness Squadron, Incirlik AB, Turkey, Timothy A. Wright, Captain - Mentored and led 51 military personnel in support of 3 missions: 39th Air Base Wing, Operation ENDURING FREEDOM and Operation IRAQI FREEDOM - Managed the materiel management sections comprised of 6 elements: Storage, Fli ght Service Center, Hazardous Materiel Pharmacy, Receiving, Base Service Store a nd Individual Equipment - Served as wing's focal point for requisitioning, receipt and storage of servic eable and unserviceable assets in the supply system - Reviewed management listings to verify proper warehouse storage, security, acc ountability and timely processing of 9.5K line-items/$35M in 6 geographically se parated locations. Initiated corrective actions for delinquent documents Salary: $49,000 per year Hours per week: 45 Sep 2002 - Jun 2003; Superintendent, Materiel Management Flight; U.S. Air Force, 99th Logistics Readiness Squadron, Nellis AFB, Nevada, Darryl E. Garrett, CMSgt , USAF.

- Led 80 military and 15 civilian personnel; maintained inventory control of ove r 30,000 line items valued at $60M - Provided dedicated support to eight aircraft maintenance units and all aircraf t repair shops including air Warrior, Red Flag, and Weapons School - Directed ordering, receipt, storage, issue, and all repair cycle activities fo r the A-10, F-15 C/D, F-15E, F-16, F/A-22, HH-60G and Predator weapons systems, including jet engines and aerospace ground equipment - Ensured classified, pilferable, electronic sensitive device and radioactive as sets were stored correctly. Reviewed management reports to verify accountability , timely and correct storage, bin row maintenance and management of mission esse ntial assets Salary: $45,400 per year Hours per week: 55 Jul 2001 - Sep 2002; Superintendent, HH-60 Parts Store; U.S. Air Force, 99th Sup ply Squadron, Nellis AFB, Nevada, Darryl E. Garrett, CMSgt, USAF - Supervised 11 military personnel in effective leadership and management of the HH-60G Aircraft Parts Store - Implemented plans and policies to enhance wealth, morale and welfare for fligh t personnel. Provided direct mission support to 66th Rescue Squadron, Air Warrio r and Red Flag exercises, and numerous temporary duty maintenance units - Coordinated operational requirements with aircraft maintenance personnel and p repared temporary mission support kits for deployment - Implemented AF directed pinpoint delivery process and validated warehouse accu racy Salary: $39,000 USD Per Year Hours per week: 45 Jul 2000 - Jul 2001; Superintendent, Flight Service Center; U.S. Air Force, 99th Supply Squadron, Nellis AFB, Nevada, Yolanda C. Burroughs, CMSgt, USAF - Led and provided counseling/guidance to 21 military personnel and 1 civilian i n daily operations of the Flight Service Center - Provided repair cycle support to the 57th Wing, Air Warfare Center, Air Warrio r, Red Flag exercise and numerous deployed units - Managed $400M due-in-from maintenance aircraft weapon system assets. Managed the materiel/quality deficiency reports, delinquent document, reject management, and time compliance technical order programs - Provided direct mission support to 24 on- and off-base supply points. Ensured customer service and supply problem solving for over 30 maintenance work center s - Oversaw processing of turn-ins, movements, pulls, and deliveries through the s tandard asset tracking system - Served as Wing Exercise Evaluation Team Member and Acting First Sergeant. Salary: $33,800 per year Hours per week: 50 Mar 1999 - Jul 2000; Superintendent, Document Control/Inventory; U.S. Air Force, 18th Supply Squadron, Kadena AB, Japan, Rogelio A. Hudson, CMSgt, USAF - Directly managed the activities of 15 local national personnel to ensure the a ccuracy of the Chief of Supply's 182,300 line-item, $345M account - Implemented plans and policies to enhance health, morale and welfare for fligh t personnel - Conducted inventories of in-stock assets, verified physical balances matched c omputer records and identified potential areas for training - Researched and analyzed inventory data to identify and correct adverse trends - Managed Daily Delinquent Document List to ensure transactions were processed i n a timely manner

- Planned work to be accomplished by subordinates, set and adjusted short-term p riorities, and prepared schedules. Balanced workload and provided advice, guida nce, and direction of functional area and administrative issues - Served as Squadron Blue Two senior enlisted advisor and Supply Readiness Contr ol center supervisor. Salary: $31,900 per year Hours per week: 40 Mar 1998 - Mar 1999; Chief, Procedures and Analysis Element; U.S. Air Force, 18t h Supply Squadron (PACAF), Kadena AB, Japan, Rogelio A. Hudson, CMSgt, USAF - Managed the activities of 5 military personnel; ensured the health of the Chie f of Supply's 72,000 line-item $500M account - Advised and assisted squadron personnel with implementation of policies, proce dures, and software support to over 99 combat aircraft - Scheduled/conducted periodic inspections of key supply processes; reviewed sel f-inspection findings and How-Goes-It presentation - Provided continuous oversight of the account through targeted analysis; provid ed decision makers with critical information on key programs. Reviewed and deve loped procedural policy option - Served as Top 3 Treasurer and Secretary, Squadron Recycle Monitor, and Supply Readiness Control Center Augmentee. Salary: $31,000 per year Hours per week: 50 LICENSES/CERTIFICATES: Active Secret Clearance EDUCATION: In-Resident Graduate, AF Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Sep 2002 A.A. Applied Science: Logistics Management, Community College of the Air Force, Aug 1999 Correspondent Graduate, AF Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Feb 1999 Graduate, AF Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Feb 1994 2 credits, Leadership & Communications, Central Texas College, 1988 Child Care Services Advanced Training, 1976 Graduate, Niceville Senior High School, 1976 SPECIALIZED TRAINING: USAF Career Training: -Customer College Training, Feb 2006 -Senior Noncommissioned Office Academy, Sep 2002 -International Merchant Purchase Training, Jan 2001 -Senior Noncommissioned Office Academy Correspondence, Feb 1999 -Microsoft Windows 95 (Basic Course), Mar 1997 -Equal Opportunity and Treatment Education, Feb 1997 -Equipment Management Training, May 1995 -Repair Cycle/Aircraft Parts Turn-in Training, May 1995 -Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Feb 1994 -Air Force Leadership and Communications, Jun 1988 -Work Center/Section Supervisors' OJT Course, Dec 1987 -OJT Trainer/Supervisors' Familiarization Course, Sep 1986 -Equipment Management Training, Feb 1985 -Supervisors' Phase II Course, Aug 1983 -Supervisor Orientation Course, Jul 1981 -Inventory Management Specialist, Jun 1980 -Child Care Services (Level 1 - Advanced), Jun 1976

AWARDS: -AF Commendation Medal (3 OLCs) -AF Meritorious Service Medal (5 OLCs) -DoD Joint Service Achievement Medal w/Citation -AF Aviano Top Three Association Enlisted Pride Wall: 2006 -AF ACC's 2001 Lance P. Sijan Leadership Award, Senior Enlisted Category -AF Certificate of Achievement: 18th Supply Squadron Senior NCO of Quarter, Jul - Sep 1998 -AF Certificate of Achievement: 18th Logistics Group Senior NCO of Quarter, Jul - Sep 1998 -AF Strike AMU Support Technician of the Quarter (NCO), Jan - Mar 1996 -AF Certificate of Achievement: Scoring 90 or above on Career Development Course examination 2S051B -AF Certificate of Achievement: Scoring 90 on Career Development Course examinat ion 2S071 -AF Superior Performance Award: Contributions to Unit's Improvement in Overall E ffectiveness -AF1994 Professional Provider of the Year: Exemplary Supply Performance -AF NCO Leadership School, Speaker's Award, 1990 -AF TAC Certificate of Recognition: Senior Airman Below-the-Zone -Rebuilding Together with Christmas in April Certificate of Recognition for Hour s Donated working with Low-Income, Elderly and Disabled Residents, 2002