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DARYL GRAHAM PO Box 79098 ~ Atlanta, GA 30357 ~ DarylGrahamMedia@yahoo.

com Seasoned Project Manager Contractor in Government & Private Sector US Security Clearance: Confidential Public Trust Member FBI Multicultural Advisory Committee/Graduate FBI Citizens Academy Georgia Military College - Criminal Justice Major Fort McPherson, Atlanta, GA. Assistant Manager for Field Operations & Technology U.S. CENSUS BUREAU Atlanta North District (2010) Project manager and principal technical advisor of large-scale and complex gover nment statistical survey, data input & collection operations for the 2010 Decenn ial Census. Managed materials and assignment preparation and production. Thoroughly analyzed budget, quality, and production data reports to monitor prog ress of operation and staff. Identified problems and swiftly made corrective act ions. Responsible for the privacy & confidentiality of all Personally Identifiable Inf ormation (PII) data that was gathered & inputted in compliance with Title 13 of the U.S. Code. Directly managed 15 supervisors. Indirectly managed 60 team leaders, 35 office c lerks, and 900+ frontline census workers. Finished as the #1 field operations team in the three state region. (AL, GA, FL) Consistently surpassed all production & performance goals set by headquarters th rough solid planning, execution, and coaching of staff. Directed IT Security and managed all computer & telecommunications systems. Successfully completed field work in a timely and cost efficient manner.

Regional Outreach Coordinator East Coast INDEPENDENT TELEVISION SERVICE ITVS (2008-2009) Managed the Community Cinema civic engagement program in nine cities. Drafted memorandum of understandings (MOU) with partners to showcase ITVS progra mming in compliance with the Public Telecommunications Act of 1988. Oversaw the collection of critical audience feedback regarding ITVS programming. Wrote and submitted reports and outcome data. Ensured the thorough and accurate inputting of data into custom tracking databas e. Managed vendors, coordinated filmmaker and talent appearances, secured venues, a nd booked speakers. Effectively negotiated with programming executives for the scheduling of ITVS co ntent in primetime. Provided day-to-day guidance and supervision to event producers in the field. Daryl Graham, page 2

Purchasing/Facilities Assistant KILPATRICK TOWNSEND & STOCKTON (2007-2008) Responsible for procurement services for large Atlanta-based law firm with 650 a ttorneys and 18 field offices.

Provided purchasing, inventory, stocking, receiving and accounts payable assista nce. Processed incoming requisitions, created purchase orders, handled invoices, and maintained and updated inventory tracking database. Maintained office operations and coordinated large-scale logistical office moves . Prepared meeting rooms for all staff-requested meetings, including setting up eq uipment. Skilled with purchase order systems, pricing, bidding, reconciling invoices, ord ering and receiving and inventory procedures.

Project Manager SPELMAN COLLEGE (2006) Successfully administered U.S. Department of Justice federal technical grant/con tract. Spelman College was selected to serve as the fiscal agent for the contrac t. Ensured that all parties adhered to scope of services (SSA) and statement of Wor k (SOW) required in the awarding of the contract. Managed budget and wrote program evaluation reports ensuring accountability. Managed partnership between the City of Atlanta Mayors Office, Spelman College, Atlanta Police Department, and several non-profit organizations. Successfully developed and conducted confidential surveys. Secured public buy-in and generated positive media coverage for all stakeholders . Supervised a fulltime staff of 15. Administrative/Technical Support Specialist ST. JUDES RECOVERY CENTER (2001-2004) Responsible for administrative and information technology functions in the day-t o-day operation of Georgias largest clinical non-profit substance abuse treatmen t center. Administered all applications and databases utilized for patient intake/assessme nts, treatment plans, follow-up, discharges, and continuing care. Managed agency network, servers, Internet & Intranet sites, and email accounts. Served on the HIPAA Privacy Team, ensuring compliance of all Protected Health In formation (PHI) and the confidentiality of all records, documents, and assets. Coordinated community outreach with non-profit and corporate partners including The Home Depot, Atlanta Falcons, Hands on Atlanta, and United Way.